2001 Indoor: His triple jump of 50-11 at LSU was a personal best and only bettered by teammate Carl White in school history. His top long jump (23-07.25) came at the C-USA Championships, where he finished fourth.
2000 Outdoor: Posted a triple-jump distance of 50-0.75 to break his own school record at the U.S. Collegiate Series Meet in Houston (4/1). Notched a personal best in the long jump (25-0.75) during the Conference USA Championships (5/11). That was the second-best long jump in Tulane outdoor track history.
2000 Indoor: Recorded a season-best for Tulane in the long jump at 23-3.25 at the New York Sports Museum Invitational (1/15). Also had the Wave's best triple jump of the year in New York (45-6.5).
1999 Outdoor: A specialist in the jumps, registered the top marks of the year in the long jump (24-07.75) and triple jump (49-01.75). Posted top-10 finishes at the C-USA Outdoor Championships in both the long jump (4th) and triple jump (7th).
1999 Indoor: An all-conference performer. Set a school record in the triple jump of 48-4.75. Finished second in the C-USA Championship meet in the long jump (24-9), his best effort of the year and the third-best in school history. Also competed in the 4x400-meter relay.
1998 Outdoor: Set the school record in the triple jump, leaping 49-9.75 at the Alabama Relays. Season best long jump of 7.27m at LSU Invitational.
1998 Indoor: Posted seasonal bests of 7.27m in the long jump and 48-0 in the triple jump, setting a new school record. Showed versatility by running a leg on the 4x400 relay team. A two-time all-conference honoree, finishing second in the long jump and third in the triple jump.
Prep: Two-time Jamaican Junior representative at Carifta and Pan Am Games. Seventh place at the Junior Pan Am games in the triple jump. Placed first at boys' championships in triple jump. Longest jump was 49 feet.
Personal: Born April 24, 1978. Full name is Noel Neville St. Osborne Comrie. Son of Neville and Yvonne Comrie. Has five brothers. Enjoys sports, reading, cooking and music. Plans to major in mechanical engineering.