Prior to the final meet of the indoor season, Ajomale—a native of Richmond Hill, Canada—was ranked in the top five in the U.S. in three different sprint events this year. He ranked first in both the 60-meter and 200-meter events. In the latter, he broke the normal-condition NCAA DII record. His performance in both events brought him his second career USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week award. Ajomale ranked fourth at 400 meters (47.25 seconds) and was a member of the Academy’s 4x400 relay.
Track & Field Head Coach Kevin LaSure says of Ajomale, “Every time we challenged him to achieve something he had never done, whether in the classroom or on the track, he met each challenge head on and conquered them all. I couldn't be more excited for him and proud of him for accomplishing all that he has thus far, and I am truly excited to see all that he achieves in the future.”