2008: Ran the anchor leg on Baylor's national champion 4x400-meter relay that won its fourth-straight NCAA title...Championship relay time of 3:00.22 ranks as the second-fastest in Baylor history and the fifth-fastest collegiate time ever...Ran the anchor leg on Baylor's Midwest Region champion 4x400-meter relay...Ran the anchor leg on Baylor's Big 12 Outdoor champion 4x400-meter relay...Finished second in the 400 meters at the Big 12 Outdoor Championships with a career-best time of 45.46...Competed in the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in the 400 meters, finishing 11th overall with a time of 45.84...His time of 45.87 in the preliminaries was the second-fastest of the first-round...Ran on Baylor's winning 4x400-meter relay at Drake Relays, helping the Bears to a record seven relay titles...Finished second in the 400 meters at the Michael Johnson Classic with a time of 46.36...Won the 400 meters at the ACU Triangular with a time of 47.82...During the indoor season, battled a stress fracture in his foot that limited his racing action...Finished third in the 400 meters at the Razorback Invitational with a season-best time of 46.77...Won the Arkansas Invitational with a time of 47.02...Named the Big 12 Athlete of the Week on Jan. 14.
2007: NCAA Outdoor champion in the 4x400-meter relay, breaking a 12-year-old school record with a time of 3:00.04...NCAA Championships participant in the open 400 meters...Won the NCAA Midwest Regional 400 meters with a season-best time of 45.62...Anchored Baylor's 4x400-meter relay to the nation's fastest time of 3:01.66 at the Midwest Regional...Ran the second leg on Baylor's Big 12 champion 4x400-meter relay team...Finished third in the open 400 meters with a season-best time of 45.84...Clocked three times under 46 seconds on the season...Ran the anchor leg when Baylor recorded a time of 3:02.00 in the 4x400-meter relay at Drake Relays...Recorded a season-best time of 21.56 in the 200 meters at the Dr Pepper Invitational...Helped Baylor to the 4x400-meter and sprint medley relay titles at the Drake Relays when Baylor won all four sprint relay titles (4x100-, 4x200-, 4x400- and sprint medley relays), the first time a time accomplished the feat since Illinois in 1944, a span of 63 years...During indoor, ran the anchor leg on Baylor's NCAA champion 4x400-meter relay team that clocked 3:04.24, the second-fastest time in Baylor history...Ran a season-fastest time of 46.07 in the 400 meters to finish third overall at the NCAA Championships and earn All-America honors...Anchored Baylor's 4x400-meter relay team to the conference championship with a time of 3:04.96...Finished second in the 400 meters at the Big 12 Championships for the second straight year...Won his preliminary heat in 47.08, and finished second in the finals with 46.31 at the conference meet...Ranks fourth in the nation entering the weekend.
2006: Ran a 46.02 to win the gold medal in the 400 meters at the United States Junior Track & Field Championships...Anchored United States' 4x400-meter relay team to a gold medal at the World Junior Championships...Earned All-America honors as the lead-off leg on the Bears' 4x400-meter relay, which finished third at the NCAA Outdoor Championships with a time of 3:02.93...Ran the anchor leg on the Bears' NCAA Midwest Regional champion 4x400-meter relay...Also anchored the mile relay to Big 12 Outdoor title...Earned all-conference honors by finishing third in the 400 meters with a season-best time of 46.35 at the Big 12 Outdoor Championships...Won the 400-meter title at the Stanford Invitational...During the indoor season, anchored the Bears' 4x400-meter relay to the conference title at the Big 12 Indoor Championships...Earned all-conference honors in the 400 meters with a time of 47.00 to finish second at the Big 12 Indoor...Ran a season-best 46.70 to claim the 400-meter title at the Tyson Invitational.
High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Keith Randle at Madison High School in San Antonio...As a senior, finished second in the state in the 400 meters and led the Mavericks' 4x400-meter relay to a state runner-up finish...Holds the school record in the 200 and was part of the school record sprint medley, 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400-meter relays...Member of city-record holding 4x400-meter relay squad...Ran a 46.3 to win the AAU Junior Olympics 400-meter title...Team took second in the nation in the 4x400-meter relay with a time of 3:11...Named team MVP.
Personal: Full name is Quentin Jarrod Iglehart-Summers...Born May 29, 1987, in San Antonio, Texas...Son of William Summers and Cheryle Iglehart...Majoring in sociology.