Brittany Spoto
Brittany Spoto
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Staten Island, N.Y.

High School:
St. Joseph Hill Academy

Position:
Throws


05/04/2014

#Seawolves dominate women's 1,500-meter preliminaries on first day of conference championships

Six Stony Brook runners advance to Sunday's women's 1,500-meter finals

04/04/2014

Burne headlines #Seawolves' first day at Colonial Relays

Burne, Melian notch ECAC qualifiers

03/29/2014

#Seawolves host successful outdoor opener

Seawolves combine for 21 top-three finishes at Stony Brook Quad Meet

2013-14:
Outdoor: Placed first in the javelin on a 35.24-meter throw at the Stony Brook Quad Meet (3/29)...placed seven in the javelin on a 38.30-meter toss at the America East Outdoor Championships (5/3).

High School: Three-year letterwinner in track at St. Joseph Hill Academy...also was the starting point guard for the varsity basketball team for three seasons, captaining the squad her senior year and earning the team MVP and Defensive Player of the Year awards...ranked No. 1 in javelin in New York State in 2013...set meet record and was crowned 2013 champion in javelin at the NYC Mayor's cup...also captured championships in javelin at the Staten Island High, CHSAA Sectional and Eastern States meets as a senior...notched second-place at the Glenn Loucks games....won a gold medal in javelin at the Monsignor Farrell Invitational...qualified for and placed 16th in javelin at the New Balance High School Nationals meet...holds school records in javelin and long jump...nabbed St. Joseph Hill Academy Athletic Department Award for outstanding contributions to the athletics department...honor roll student...member of National Society of High School Scholars...president of Trashbusters...member of the Art Club...Unity Games volunteer...served as a volunteer basketball coach for the CYO Youth Summer League.

Personal: Majoring in mathematics...daughter of Matthew and Anne Spoto...sister of Ashley and Amanda Spoto...sister, Amanda, was a thower for Dartmouth in 2010...lists biggest influence on her as an athlete as her father.