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INTRO

2018 LSU TRACK & FIELD RECORD BOOK THIS IS LSU TRACK & FIELD 1 2 3 4 7 8 10 11 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 29 30 32 34 36 38 39

LSU Track & Field Staff/2017 Meet Information 2017 Men’s Track & Field Roster 2017 Women’s Track & Field Roster LSU Track & Field: An Era of Excellence All-Time Results Dominance on the Track The Winning Streak History of the 4x100-Meter Relay The Bowerman Award The X-Man Games of the XXXI Olympiad Games of the XXX Olympiad Games of the XXIX Olympiad LSU’s Olympic Medalists Wall of Champions LSU Athletics Hall of Fame World’s Fastest Football Player Track Stars on the Gridiron History of the LSU Track & Field Banquet LSU Track & Field Officials Association Academic Success Bernie Moore Track Stadium Team Locker Rooms Team Meeting Room

HISTORY 40 41 43 48 57 58 62 66 67 68

LSU Olympians World-Class Tigers NCAA Champions SEC Champions SEC Commissioner’s Trophy Men’s All-Americans Women’s All-Americans Career All-America Honors LSU at the Texas Relays LSU at the Penn Relays

RECORDS 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 83

Men’s All-Time Indoor Records Women’s All-Time Indoor Records Men’s All-Time Outdoor Records Women’s All-Time Outdoor Records Men’s All-Time Relay Records Women’s All-Time Relay Records Men’s Indoor Record Book Women’s Indoor Record Book Men’s Outdoor Record Book Women’s Outdoor Record Book Multi-Event Record Book Cross Country Record Book Tiger Letterwinners Lady Tiger Letterwinners

UNIVERSITY

Location: Baton Rouge, La. Founded: 1860 Enrollment: 31,527 Nickname: Tigers or Fighting Tigers Colors: Purple (PMS 268) and Gold (PMS 123) Mascot: Mike the Tiger Facilities (Capacity): Indoor – Carl Maddox Field House (3,000); Outdoor – Bernie Moore Track Stadium (5,680) Conference: Southeastern President: Dr. F. King Alexander Faculty Representative: Dr. Bill DeMastes

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT

Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics: Sr. Assoc. AD/External Affairs: Deputy Director of Athletics: Sr. Associate AD/Chief Financial Officer: Sr. Associate AD/Sr. Woman Administrator: Sr. Associate AD/Compliance & Planning: Sr. Associate AD/Facility Management: Associate AD/Ticket Manager: Associate AD/Facilities & Projects: Assistant AD/Fiscal Operations:

ATHLETICS PHONE DIRECTORY LSU Athletics Department: Sports Information Department: Sports Information Fax:

Joe Alleva Robert Munson Verge Ausberry Mark Ewing Miriam Segar Bo Bahnsen Ronnie Haliburton Brian Broussard Emmitt David Neal Lamonica

(225) 578-8001 (225) 578-8226 (225) 578-1861

CREDITS

Editor: Graphic Design: Photography:

PJ Odom Errol Anderson, Robert Black, Steve Franz, Wesley Hitt, Brad Messina, Bryan Wayne

© Copyright LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY The 2018 LSU Track & Field Record Book was written by the LSU Athletic Communications Department and designed by the LSU Creative Services Staff on an Apple Mac Pro using InDesign and Adobe Photoshop CS3. All text and photo content is property of Louisiana State University and LSU Athletics and can not be reproduced without permission from the LSU Sports Information Office.

Visit the official Web site of LSU Athletics for the latest track and field and cross country statistics, schedules, live and on demand audio, video, behind the scene features and articles.

TRACK & FIELD STAFF Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Managers: Athletic Trainers:

Brandon Berrio/ Aaron Hyder

Dennis Shaver (UT-Arlington, 1979) 23rd season at LSU 14th season as Head Coach Bennie Brazell (LSU, 2011), 7th season Todd Lane (Luther College, 1995), 11th season Tamara Ards (Colorado, 1995), 1st season Mark Rinker (James Madison, 2008), 1st season Andrea Tepe, (Miami of Ohio, 2008), 5th season Ashlie Dubuy, Brittany Jones, Wayne Scalisi, Trey Talley, Daniel Triggs, Jeremiah Turner CJ Walker (Assistant AT) John Michel (Grad. Asst. AT)

SPORTS INFORMATION

Associate AD/Communications Dir.: Sr. Associate Communications Director: Sr. Associate Communications Director: Sr. Associate Communications Director: Assistant Communications Director: Assistant Communications Director: Assistant Communications Director: Executive Director of Creative Services: Creative Services Manager: Creative Services Coordinator: Photographer: Administrative Specialist:

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Michael Bonnette Kent Lowe Bill Franques Judy Willson Brandon Berrio Aaron Hyder Chelsey Chamberlain Jason Feirman PJ Odom Lindsey Thompson Chris Parent Pam LeBlanc

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2018 Men’s Track & Field Roster NAME

Jace Attuso Da’Quan Bellard JuVaughn Blake Christian Boyd Dajour Braxton Tommy Brocato Chadd Burns Cameron Cooper Eric Coston Jaron Flournoy Andre Girouard Rayvon Grey Luke Hebert Akanni Hislop Renard Howell Chris Lewis DC Lipani Harrison Martingayle Christian Miller Correion Mosby Xavier Mulugata Jonathan Nelsen Jake Norris Arthur Price Matthew Rhorer Bryan Stamey Daniel Tanner Damion Thomas Jahnoy Thompson Jacob Thornton Kary Vincent Jr. Jack Wilkes

EVENT

Jumps Jumps Jumps Hurdles M. Distance M. Distance Pole Vault M. Distance Distance Sprints Throws Jumps Distance Sprints Sprints Sprints Distance Distance Jumps Sprints Sprints Pole Vault Throws Sprints M. Distance Distance Distance Hurdles Sprints Multi Sprints M. Distance

HEIGHT

5-8 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-2 5-9 6-1/ 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-0

CLASS

EXPERIENCE

So./So. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./So. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Jr. So./Fr. So./So. Jr./Jr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr.

1L/SQ 2L/2L HS/HS JC/JC 2L/2L SQ/SQ 2L/2L HS/HS HS/HS 2L/2L RS/1L 1L/1L HS/HS 1L/1L SQ/1L RS/RS SQ/1L 1L/RS 1L/1L JC/JC 1L/1L 1L/2L HS/HS TR/TR 1L/SQ SQ/SQ SQ/SQ HS/HS TR/TR HS/HS HS/HS 3L/3L

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) Opelousas, La. (Opelousas HS) Huntsville, Ala. (Columbia HS) Keatchie, La. (North Desoto HS/Hinds CC) Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial HS) Hammond, La. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) Detroit, Mich. (Oak Park HS) Covington, La. (St. Paul’s School) Detroit, Mich. (Westland John Glenn HS) Abbeville, La. (Vermillion Catholic HS) Beacon, N.Y. (Beacon HS) Baton Rouge, La. (St. Michael The Archangel HS) Sou Sou Lands, Tobago (Bishop’s HS) Bensalem, Pa. (South Plains College) (Trenton Central HS) Heflin, La. (Meridian CC) (Lakeside HS) Mandeville, La. (St. Paul’s School) Virginia Beach, Va. (Princess Anne HS) Monroe, La. (Northside HS) Natchitoches, La. (Natchitoches Central HS/Hinds CC) Barataria, Trinidad & Tobago (Fatima College) Mandeville, La. (Mandeville HS) Windsor, Berkshire, England (Desborough College) Baton Rouge, La. (UL-Lafayette) (Catholic HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Episcopal HS) Shreveport, La. (C. E. Byrd HS) Sunrise, Fla. (Northeast HS) White Hill District, Jamaica (Manchester HS/SUNO) Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) Port Arthur, Texas (Port Arthur Memorial HS) Bossier City, La. (Airline HS)

Classification and Experience are separated for indoor and outdoor seasons.

MEN’S PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Da’Quan Bellard Jace Attuso Keane Bland Dajour Braxton Tommy Brocato LaMar Bruton

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DAY-kwon, BUH-lard Jase, Ah-TOO-so Kee-on DUH-jyour BRO-cah-toe BROO-ton

Jaron Flournoy Andre Girouard Akanni Hislop Donte Jackson DC Lipani Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake

JUH-ron, Floor-NOY Ahn-DRAY, JOO-rard Ah-KAH-knee Don-TAY LI-pan-ee Neth-uh-NEEL

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Xavier Mulugata Tinashe Mutanga Cameron Robichaux Josef Schuster Bryan Stamey Marcus Tiner

ZAY-vier, Moo-loo-gah-tah Ti-NAH-shay, MOO-tanga ROE-bi-show SHOO-ster STAY-mee TYNE-er


2018 Women’s Track & Field Roster NAME

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EXPERIENCE

Noel Baker Hannah Bourque Mikiah Brisco Heather Cizek Madison Danna Kristin Delgado Zakiya Denoon Amber Desselle Bria Druilhet Ersula Farrow Monica Guillot Dominique Hailey Cassondra Hall Keterra Harris Isabella Hemb Aleia Hobbs Brittley Humphrey Kortnei Johnson Annie Jung Briana Kelly Brittany Kelly Oksana Lawrence Erika Lewis Rebecca Little Tonea Marshall Kyndal McKnight Rachel Misher Cori Mitchell Abby O’Donoghue Hollie Parker Kymber Payne Danielle Phillips Allyson Seals Savannah Sledd Alicia Stamey Amy Stelly Courtney Tapocik Marvalyn Vernon Kaitlyn Walker Ashley Welborn Amelie Whitehurst Jurnee Woodward Shayna Yon Milan Young

Throws Distance Sprints/Hurdles Distance Throws Distance Sprints Distance Jumps Distance Distance Throws Sprints M. Distance Distance Sprints Hurdles Sprints Distance Jumps Multi Sprints M. Distance Distance Hurdles Jumps Sprints Distance Jumps M. Distance Hurdles Jumps Distance Throws Distance Pole Vault Distance Throws Jumps Distance Distance Hurdles Jumps Hurdles

5-8 5-3 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-8 5-8 5-4 5-3 5-8 5-8 5-5 5-0 5-11 5-5 5-10 5-6 5-9 5-5 5-9 5-4 5-3 5-10 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-1 5-4 - 5-3 5-1 5-11 5-8 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-9

Fr./Fr. So./Jr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Jr. Jr./Jr. So./Jr. So./So. So./So. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr. So./So. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. So./So. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. Jr./So. Fr./Fr. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./So. Fr./Fr.

HS/HS SQ/SQ 3L/3L RS/RS SQ/SQ HS/HS JC/JC HS/HS 2L/2L TR/TR SQ/SQ SQ/SQ 1L/1L 1L/1L RS/RS 3L/3L 1L/1L 2L/2L RS/RS 2L/2L 1L/1L 1L/1L 2L/2L SQ/SQ 1L/1L HS/HS 2L/2L HS/HS HS/HS 2L/2L 2L/3L 3L/3L RS/RS SQ/SQ HS/HS SQ/SQ RS/RS 2L/1L SQ/1L 1L/SQ RS/RS HS/HS 2L/1L HS/HS

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Franklin, La. (Hanson Memorial HS) Youngsville, La. (St. Thomas More HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Baton Rouge Magnet HS) Downers Grove, Ill. (James B. Conant HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Baton Rouge Magnet HS) The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands HS) Belle Garden, Tobago (Speyside HS/Monroe College) Baton Rouge, La. (Parkview Baptist HS) Sugar Land, Texas (Stephen F. Austin HS) Detroit, Mich. (Clemson) (Oak Park HS) Covington, La. (St. Scholastica Academy) Zachary, La. (Musselman HS) Eastman, Ga. (Warner Robins HS) Marrero, La. (St. Mary’s Academy) New Orleans, La. (Mount Carmel Academy) New Orleans, La. (McMain HS) Hoover, Ala. (Hoover HS) Italy, Texas (Italy HS) Brusly, La. (St. Scholastica Academy) Clarksville, Tenn. (Austin Peay) (Northeast HS) Clarksville, Tenn. (Ole Miss) (Northeast HS) Dayton, Ohio (Meadowdale HS) West Des Moines, Iowa (Waukee HS) Austin, Texas (Westlake HS) Arlington, Texas (Juan Seguin HS) Denton, Texas (Marcus HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Episcopal HS) Denham Springs, La. (Denham Springs HS) Denham Springs, La. (Denham Springs HS) Cambridge, England (Coleridge CC) (Kings School) Compton, Calif. (Long Beach Poly HS) Cocoa, Fla. (Rockledge Senior HS) Mandeville, La. (St. Scholastica Academy) Highland Park, Ill. (Highland Park HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Episcopal HS) Washington, La. (Opelousas Catholic HS) DeRidder, La. (DeRidder HS) Hammond, La. (Ponchatoula HS) Gonzales, La. (Episcopal HS) Knoxville, Tenn. (Knoxville Catholic HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Episcopal HS) Vacaville, Calif. (Vacaville HS) Denver, Colo. (Cherokee Trail HS) Houston, Texas (Mirabeau B. Lamar Senior HS)

Classification and Experience are separated for indoor and outdoor seasons.

WOMEN’S PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Hannah Bourque Mikiah Brisco Bria Druilhet Nataliyah Friar Monica Guillot

Bork Mik-EYE-uh, Bris-COE DROOL-yet Nuh-tah-LEE-uh, FRY-er GEE-yoh

Rushell Harvey Aleia Hobbs Ka’Lynn Jupiter Tonea Marshall Jada Martin

ROO-shell Ah-LEE-ah KAY-lynn Toe-KNEE-uh JAY-duh

Kymber Payne Morgan Schuetz Ruby Stauber

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An Era

OF EXCELLENCE

2008 Women’s NCAA Outdoor National Champions Since 1897, LSU Track & Field has built an illustrious history filled with some of the most memorable performers and achievements in the school’s colorful athletic heritage. From its quiet birth at the Tulane Spring Games to its seat atop collegiate track prominence, there are two factors that have remained consistent in the 115-year history of the program -- success through hard work and an unmatched will to win. H. Warren Taylor, Jr., LSU Track & Field historian, wrote it best when he said, “Tom Sherburne and Devall drew the distinction of being the first men of the Old War Skule to carry the purple and gold on the cinder path. That they failed to win in their events does not distract from their envious place in Tiger track history; for they were the forerunners of a host of sterling athletes that have established a record of consistent winning unsurpassed in the southland.” The rest is history.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

After winning five Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association conference championships between 1913-1922 and capturing three consecutive SIC titles, LSU Track & Field burst onto the national scene with

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an improbable upset of heavily-favored Southern California to win the 1933 national championship at Soldier Field in Chicago. The LSU track team was led by the speed of Glenn “Slats” Hardin and the strength of Jack Torrance. Hardin set new world records in the 440-yard dash (47.1) and 220 low hurdles (22.9), while Torrance did the same in the shot put (52-10). Despite their record-breaking performances, the national title did not rest in the Tigers’ hands until the final event when Matt Gordy cleared 14 feet in the pole vault for the first time in his career to secure LSU’s first ever national championship in any sport. With the men already firmly established among the nation’s elite, the Lady Tigers captured their first national championship in 1987 in the program’s sixth season of existence. Led by NCAA individual champions Schowonda Williams, Sylvia Brydson and Sheila Echols, the LSU women swept both the indoor and outdoor national titles that season. They went on to repeat their outdoor success in 1988. The LSU Track & Field program then reached a pinnacle in 1989 and 1990 as the teams brought a combined five national championships to Baton Rouge. The Tigers and Lady Tigers each won backto-back NCAA Outdoor titles, while the women added

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an indoor title during the 1989 season. LSU’s success during the two-year span marked the first time in NCAA history that the same school won both the men’s and women’s crowns at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. The Lady Tigers pulled off another sweep in 1991, again claiming NCAA team titles at both the indoor and outdoor national meets. One of the most memorable moments in LSU track lore came at the 1992 national championships in Austin, Texas. Trailing Florida entering the final day of competition, the Lady Tigers used a team effort to rally and defeat the Lady Gators, 87-81, for an unprecedented sixth-consecutive national crown. The Lady Tigers showed their dominance once again by winning two more national titles in 1993. They captured their fourth indoor national championship in seven years by winning the last event of the meet - the 4x400-meter relay - in a then school-record time of 3 minutes, 33.63 seconds. LSU dominated the competition to win its seventhconsecutive NCAA Outdoor championship. The Lady Tigers did so in record-breaking fashion, scoring a school record 93 points to outscore their nearest competitor by a remarkable 49 points. They made history again in 1996 by winning their 10th-straight outdoor national championship. Never before had a women’s team won at least 10-straight titles in any NCAA sport. Led by seniors D’Andre Hill, Kim Carson and Zundra Feagin, the Lady Tigers stormed into historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, and took their place in history. While an outsider might see an 11th-straight NCAA Outdoor title in 1997 as just another day at the office, it was far from it. A heavy underdog, the LSU women exploded for 43 points on the meet’s final day to capture the outdoor crown once again in Bloomington, Indiana. The competition came down to a single event between LSU and Texas - the 200-meter final. LSU qualified Astia Walker and Peta-Gaye Dowdie, while Texas countered with two runners as well. The Lady Tigers knew they had to outscore Texas by a single point in the event to win the title. Walker finished second and Dowdie placed fifth, while Nanceen Perry and Angie Vaughan of Texas placed third and fourth, respectively. When the points were tallied, LSU outscored Texas, 12-11, in the most crucial race of the meet to give the Lady Tigers the one-point advantage they needed to clinch the overall title by the score of 63-62. The Lady Tigers also claimed a fifth-straight

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NCAA Indoor crown in 1997 for their eighth in an 11-year span. Remarkably, the LSU women took home 19 of a possible 22 NCAA team championships between the 1987-97 seasons, creating a dynasty unmatched by any other in the history of women’s athletics. Despite a three-year hiatus, the Lady Tigers regained the title they last held in 1997 by winning their 12th title at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 2000. The Lady Tigers scored 46 points on the final day of competition to edge USC, 58-54. LSU picked up yet another national title in 2001, but this time, it was the men’s team stealing the spotlight. Needing a miracle in the final event of the NCAA Indoor Championships, the Tigers’ prayers were answered when the foursome of Robert Parham, Lueroy Colquhoun, Pedro Tunon and Alleyne Francique won the 4x400-meter relay and TCU failed to score, giving the Tigers a 34-33 edge over the Horned Frogs in one of the most exciting finishes in NCAA history. Walter Davis scored 18 of LSU’s 34 points in the meet, winning the triple jump and finishing second in the long jump. Both teams added championships to their already impressive resumes in 2002 with the women winning the team title at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and the men capturing the crown at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in front of a home crowd at the Bernie Moore Track Stadium in Baton Rouge. The Lady Tigers would go on to sweep NCAA Indoor and Outdoor titles in 2003 while being led by individual champions Muna Lee and Lolo Jones, as well as a 4x100-meter relay team that set the low-altitude collegiate record of 42.55 at the NCAA Outdoor meet that stood for six seasons. LSU made history once again in 2004 as it became the first school in NCAA history to claim both the men’s and women’s titles at the indoor national championships. Spearheaded by Lee’s national title in the 60-meter dash and runner-up performances by Jones in the 60-meter hurdles and Neisha Bernard-Thomas in the 800 meters, the Lady Tigers squeaked out a 52-51 win over UCLA. It was LSU’s jumps corps that proved to be the difference in the Tigers’ victory as the team was led by the likes of John Moffitt, LeJuan Simon and Willie Bradley to its first indoor crown since 2001. Moffitt won the long jump title and was then part of the Tigers’ unprecedented 1-2-3 sweep in the triple jump. Simon won the individual title with Moffitt finishing second and Bradley coming in third. Since the Lady Tigers won their first national championship in 1987, no four-year senior class had ever left Baton Rouge without winning at least one team title at the NCAA Championships until 2012. It’s a remarkable streak that spanned 23 seasons and a legacy that is with the squad each time it steps onto the track. But in 2008, it appeared the streak might come to an end at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. After joining the program as freshmen in 2005, members of the Class of 2008 had finished runner-

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up at the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships three times, but without a title to show for their efforts. That would all change in dramatic fashion at Drake Stadium on the campus of Drake University. LSU and defending NCAA Outdoor champion Arizona State entered the final event of the track meet - the 4x400-meter relay - tied with 59 points apiece and a foursome on the track. The team that crossed the finish line first would walk away as national champions of the 2008 outdoor season. On this day, it was LSU winning the team title behind the efforts of senior Brooklynn Morris, senior Kelly Baptiste, sophomore LaTavia Thomas and senior Deonna Lawrence, who finished the relay in second place ahead of the fifth-place finish by the Sun Devils. And for eight Lady Tiger seniors who made the trip to Des Moines, it was their first time to lift the national championship trophy in celebration of their accomplishment. Baptiste was the star for the Lady Tigers, scoring 19 of LSU’s 67 points for the meet with an NCAA title in the 100-meter dash, along with All-America performances in the 200 meters, 4x100-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay.

OLYMPICS AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The LSU Track & Field program is recognized worldwide for its contribution to the sport, and the purple and gold is certainly on display every four years as the Tigers and Lady Tigers are among the elite performers at the Olympic Games. That was certainly the case in Rio de Janeiro last summer as nine members of the program representing five countries from around the world competed on the world’s grandest stage. LSU emerged from the Games of the XXXI Olympiad with 17 Olympic medals won all-time as 2016 senior Fitzroy Dunkley struck silver as a member of Jamaica’s 4x400-meter relay team. With Dunkley’s performance, the Tigers and Lady Tigers have now won a total of six gold medals, seven silver medals and four bronze medals all-time at the Olympic Games. LSU’s participation in major international competition can be traced back to 1928 in Amsterdam when Sid Bowman became the first Tiger to compete at the Olympic Games, finishing sixth in the triple jump. Bowman and LSU legend Glenn “Slats” Hardin later placed at the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles as Hardin became LSU’s first medal winner by taking the silver in the 400 hurdles. At the 1936 Berlin Games, Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany watched as LSU’s Hardin, Jack Torrance and Billy Brown competed for the United States. Hardin made history in the 400 hurdles, becoming the first and only LSU track athlete to win an individual Olympic gold medal. LSU’s next Olympic Games participant came in 1964 as Billy Hardin ran the 400 hurdles for the United States in Tokyo, Japan. It would then be 24 years before LSU had another athlete perform in this international arena once again.

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Kelly Willie was a 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist in the 4x400 relay. At the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, Sheila Echols of the United States became the first Lady Tiger to win a gold medal as she earned distinction as a member of the United States’ gold-medal-winning 4x100-meter relay team. She competed in Seoul alongside LSU greats Schowonda Williams (United States), Robin van Helden (Holland), Mikael Olander (Sweden), Laverne Eve (Bahamas) and Angela Phipps (Canada). The LSU contingent at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics was led by 21-time All-American Esther Jones of the United States, who won a gold medal as a member of the winning 4x100-meter relay. It marked the second-straight Olympics that a Lady Tiger led the United States to gold in the event as she followed in the footsteps of Echols in 1988. LSU Track & Field was well-represented once again at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta as a former athlete won Olympic gold for the thirdstraight games. Glenroy Gilbert ran the second leg on Canada’s 4x100-meter relay that shocked the United States to win gold. The only American collegiate woman to compete in a track event in Atlanta, D’Andre Hill advanced to the semifinals of the 100-meter dash. While representing Jamaica, Debbie Parris just missed the medal stand by placing fourth in the 400-meter hurdles, while David Kiptoo finished sixth in the men’s 800 meters while running for Kenya. During the 1999 indoor season, former Tiger AllAmerican Rohsaan Griffin made a splash in the 200meter dash by smashing the American indoor record in the event with a time of 20.32. His blistering mark won him the American title that year and qualified him into the finals at World Indoor Championships. Just a year later, LSU once again had its share of representatives at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Eight athletes with LSU ties made the trek halfway across the world to compete for their respective countries. Claston Bernard and

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Bernie Moore, 1930-47

Al Moreau, 1949-63

Walter Davis made the trip down under representing Jamaica and the United States, respectively, while 2000 NCAA champions Dowdie and Keisha Spencer each represented Jamaica. LSU’s success on the world stage continued in the summer of 2003 as five former athletes all placed at the World Championships in Paris. Both Brew and Ronetta Smith medaled as Brew won gold as part of the United States’ 4x400-meter relay team and Smith secured bronze as a member of Jamaica’s 4x400 relay. Also securing top-10 finishes were Walter Davis in the long jump (seventh), Laverne Eve in the javelin (eighth) and Claston Bernard in the decathlon (ninth). At the 2004 World Indoor Championships, former Tigers Alleyne Francique and Lueroy Colquhoun won gold for their native countries of Grenada and Jamaica, respectively. Francique won the individual crown in the 400 meters, while Colquhoun helped Jamaica to a first-place finish in the 4x400-meter relay. The 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece, was a showcase for LSU talent as 15 athletes with ties to the program made the trip overseas and brought home a total of six Olympic medals. Brew, Kelly Willie and John Moffitt each medaled for the United States. Brew won bronze in the 400 meters before joining forces with Willie to win gold in the 4x400meter relay. Moffitt was part of a 1-2 American finish in the long jump, finishing second in his first major international competition. On the women’s side, Nadia Davy and Ronetta Smith helped lead their native Jamaica to a bronze medal in the 4x400 relay. The 2005 World Championships were once again peppered with current and former LSU athletes as 13 Tigers and Lady Tigers made the trip to Helsinki, Finland. Four former standouts turned in stellar performances while bringing home medals from the championship meet. Davis won individual gold for the United States, taking home the men’s triple jump title. Lee and Brew also helped the United States to gold-medal winning performances in the women’s 4x100 relay and the men’s 4x400 relay, respectively. In addition, Smith helped Jamaica to a silver medal in the women’s 4x400-meter relay. Davis added another individual gold medal in the triple jump to his resume at the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships when he posted a personal best and meet-winning leap of 58-2 for the

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Pat Henry, 1988-2004

United States. Francique added the second world championship of his stellar career at the indoor meet as he won gold in the 400 meters while competing for Grenada. Davis took his place on the medal stand once again as he won a bronze medal in the triple jump at the 2007 IAAF World Outdoor Championships in Osaka, Japan. The Baton Rouge native was one of 10 current and former LSU athletes to compete in the prestigious event and the only one to bring home a medal. Lady Tiger great Lolo Jones then added her name to LSU’s list of athletes to be crowned World Champion with her win in the 60-meter hurdles at the 2008 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Valencia, Spain. In 2010, Jones made history yet again by becoming the first athlete in meet history to defend her World Indoor gold medal in the 60-meter hurdles. And she did so in stunning fashion by smashing Gail Devers’ 7-year-old American record in the event with a winning time of 7.72. Devers set the previous record of 7.74 back in 2003. LSU athletes then added a pair of bronze medals at the 2011 IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea, as Trinidadian Kelly Baptiste (100 meters) and Jamaican Riker Hylton (4x400) placed for their countries. LSU made its presence felt once again in Olympic competition in 2012 when former sprint stars Richard Thompson, Samantha Henry and Ade Alleyne-Forte won medals at the London Games. Thompson, a three-time Olympian for Trinidad & Tobago, became the most decorated track and field Olympian in the history of LSU Athletics while anchoring his country to the silver medal in the 4x100-meter relay. He also won a pair of silver medals in the 100-meter dash and 4x100-meter relay at the 2008 Olympic Games held in Beijing. Alleyne-Forte joined Thompson as a medalist for Trinidad & Tobago as he ran the third leg on the team that took home the bronze in the 4x400 relay. Henry also claimed a silver medal in her Olympics debut as she ran on Jamaica’s 4x100-meter relay team in the prelim.

THE COACHES

LSU Track & Field has been blessed with exceptional coaching talent, but during its first 18

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years, LSU did not have a coach whose tenure lasted more than three seasons. The program’s first fulltime coach was Tad Gormley, who arrived on the Baton Rouge campus in 1916. During his 12-year stint, LSU won three SIAA titles. After Gormley’s departure, the legendary Bernie Moore took over the program in 1930. Moore molded the the Tigers into a national power, and in 1933, guided the team to its first national championship, as well as a win at the inaugural SEC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The Tigers reigned over the young Southeastern Conference by capturing 12 championships in the next 18 seasons under Moore. Former Tiger great Al Moreau then took over the program in 1949, and LSU Track & Field never broke stride. Under Moreau, LSU captured six SEC Outdoor titles and two SEC Indoor crowns. LSU Track & Field then reached its zenith under the direction of head coach Pat Henry, and what he accomplished in 17 seasons was nothing short of remarkable. The most successful coach in school history in any sport, Henry became only the second coach in NCAA history to win 20 NCAA titles as the Lady Tigers came away victorious at the 2000 NCAA Outdoor Championships in Durham, North Carolina. Henry then added seven additional NCAA team titles to his resume before his departure in 2004. In his 17 years in Baton Rouge, Henry guided the Lady Tigers to 12 outdoor and 10 indoor titles, while leading the Tigers to three outdoor crowns and two indoor titles. Dennis Shaver has added his name alongside the likes of Moore, Henry and Sam Seemes as coaches to lead LSU to a national championship as head coach. Shaver guided the Lady Tigers to their 25th national championship and the 31st team title in the history of LSU Track & Field with a win at the NCAA Outdoor meet in 2008. The Lady Tigers have also won seven SEC team championships under Shaver, including five outdoor and two indoor championships since 2005.


All-Time Results MEN’S TEAM FINISHES

(NCAA and SEC, 1933-2016) Year SEC NCAA Indoor Indoor 1933 - - 1934 - - 1935 - - 1936 - - 1937 - - 1938 - - 1939 - - 1940 - - 1941 - - 1942 - - 1943 - - 1944 - - 1945 - - 1946 - - 1947 - - 1948 - - 1949 - - 1950 - - 1951 - - 1952 - - 1953 - - 1954 - - 1955 - - 1956 - - 1957 1st - 1958 dnc - 1959 dnc - 1960 dnc - 1961 5th - 1962 dnc - 1963 1st - 1964 3rd - 1965 2nd T13th 1966 3rd dnc 1967 4th dnc 1968 7th dnc 1969 3rd dnc 1970 5th dnc 1971 4th dnc 1972 4th dnc 1973 5th dnc 1974 4th T43rd 1975 2nd T21st 1976 6th T14th 1977 8th dnc 1978 4th T32rd 1979 4th dnc 1980 2nd 11th 1981 3rd dnc 1982 6th T31st 1983 8th dnc 1984 3rd T39th 1985 4th dnc 1986 2nd T13th 1987 4th 11th 1988 2nd 4th 1989 1st T6th 1990 1st T5th 1991 2nd T39th 1992 4th T5th 1993 3rd 12th 1994 4th T53rd 1995 4th T14th 1996 6th T9th 1997 5th T10th 1998 2nd T19th 1999 6th T7th 2000 2nd T7th 2001 2nd 1st 2002 4th 3rd 2003 6th 3rd 2004 4th 1st 2005 6th T20th

SEC NCAA Outdoor Outdoor 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st T7th 1st dnc 2nd dnc 1st dnc 1st T17th 1st 5th 1st 5th 1st T20th 1st dnc 2nd dnc 2nd 19th 1st 15th 1st dnc 1st T52rd 2nd dnc 2nd dnc 1st dnc 5th T17th 6th dnc 2nd dnc 5th dnc 3rd dnc 1st dnc 1st dnc 1st dnc 1st dnc 2nd dnc 2nd T41st 1st dnc 3rd T18th 3rd 53rd 3rd T39th 3rd T19th 5th dnc 3rd dnc 2nd dnc 4th dnc 3rd dnc 3rd dnc 3rd T21st 3rd T21st 8th dnc 7th dnc 6th dnc 4th T8th 4th T13th 5th 16th 6th T40th 8th dnc 7th dnc 4th T50th 2nd 13th 3rd 5th 1st T5th 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 6th 3rd 7th 2nd 2nd 3rd T6th 3rd 3rd 3rd 7th 3rd T27th 2nd T4th 5th T9th 2nd 5th 6th 5th 4th 1st 6th 4th 5th 3rd 5th 3rd

2006 4th 2nd 2007 4th T10th 2008 2nd 4th 2009 6th 4th 2010 3rd 4th 2011 3rd 4th 2012 4th 5th 2013 5th 15th 2014 10th T8th 2015 5th T7th 2016 T5th 4th 2017 8th 6th

4th 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 4th 2nd 4th 8th 4th 4th 7th

(NCAA and SEC, 1981-2016) Year SEC NCAA Indoor Indoor 1981 - - 1982 - - 1983 - dnc 1984 6th dnc 1985 1st 3rd 1986 2nd 5th 1987 1st 1st 1988 1st 6th 1989 1st 1st 1990 2nd 11th 1991 1st 1st 1992 2nd T4th 1993 1st 1st 1994 2nd 1st 1995 1st 1st 1996 1st 1st 1997 2nd 1st 1998 1st 2nd 1999 1st 2nd 2000 4th 4th 2001 4th 14th 2002 3rd 1st 2003 4th 1st 2004 3rd 1st 2005 3rd T6th 2006 7th 7th 2007 3rd 2nd 2008 1st 2nd 2009 2nd 6th 2010 3rd 3rd 2011 1st 3rd 2012 2nd 3rd 2013 2nd 3rd 2014 6th T12th 2015 5th T9th 2016 2nd T14th 2017 2nd 18th

SEC NCAA Outdoor Outdoor 7th dnc 7th 22rd 6th T24th 5th 68th 1st T2nd 2nd 12th 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 5th T22nd 3rd 5th 3rd 1st 4th 6th 4th 4th 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 6th T24th 4th T7th 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 6th 1st 6th 1st 3rd 1st 1st* 2nd 4th 6th 6th 4th 11th 5th 6th 2nd T7th

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2nd 2nd T2nd 5th 6th 4th 2nd 7th T4th 4th 5th T7th

* - NCAA Championship later vacated in accordance with NCAA Bylaws 19.5.2.2 (e), 31.2.2 and 31.2.2.3 (a) and (b).

COACHING HISTORY

LSU Head Coaches (1905-present) 1905-06 D. A. Killian 1907-09 E. R. Wingard 1910-11 J. W. Mayhew 1912 F. Long 1913-15 F. C. Beckler 1916-27 F. Tad Gormley 1928 F. C. Frey 1929 Ridge Edwards 1930-47 Bernie Moore 1948 Jules Roux 1949-63 Al Moreau 1964-76 Joe May 1977-81 Bill McClure 1982 Murrell “Boots” Garland 1983-86 Billy Maxwell 1987 Sam Seemes 1988-2004 Pat Henry 2004-present Dennis Shaver

COACHES OF LSU’S MEN’S NCAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

2001 2004

Pat Henry Pat Henry

COACHES OF LSU’S MEN’S NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1933 1989 1990 2002

Bernie Moore Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry

COACHES OF LSU’S WOMEN’S NCAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1987 1989 1991 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 2002 2003 2004

Sam Seemes Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry

COACHES OF LSU’S WOMEN’S NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 2000 2003 2008

Sam Seemes Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Dennis Shaver

COACHES OF LSU’S MEN’S SEC OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAMS

1933 1934 1935 1936 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1946 1947 1948 1951 1957 1958 1959 1960 1963 1988 1989 1990

COACHES OF LSU’S WOMEN’S SEC OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 1996 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012

COACHES OF LSU’S MEN’S SEC INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1957 1963 1989 1990

Al Moreau Al Moreau Pat Henry Pat Henry

COACHES OF LSU’S WOMEN’S SEC INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1985 1987 1988 1989 1991 1993 1995 1996 1998 1999 2008 2011

Billy Maxwell Sam Seemes Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry Dennis Shaver Dennis Shaver

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Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Bernie Moore Jules Roux Al Moreau Al Moreau Al Moreau Al Moreau Al Moreau Al Moreau Pat Henry Pat Henry Pat Henry

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At the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, the men’s 4x400-meter relay team of Reggie Dardar, Kelly Willie, Bennie Brazell and Xavier Carter set a new collegiate record of 2 minutes, 59.59 seconds to win its third outdoor national title in

Dominance ON THE TRACK

With 31 national championships in the record books, LSU has created the most balanced track and field program in the nation. The Lady Tigers have set a standard in women’s sports that may never be matched. Between 1987 and 1997, the Lady Tigers won an unprecedented 11 consecutive outdoor national championships, a streak that stands as the benchmark of excellence in women’s collegiate athletics to this day.

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The Lady Tigers returned to their rightful place atop the awards stand after winning the national title at the 2008 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. The LSU women have set a standard of excellence for

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NATION’S BEST

Their streak is impressive even when considering men’s sports. The lone streak that betters the LSU women is the 12-straight indoor championships won by the Arkansas men’s track and field team from 1984-95. However, when considering the dominance of the Lady Tiger track program in just the parameters of women’s track and field, there is no other team in the history of the sport that can compare. Since the inception of the women’s NCAA Track & Field Championships in 1982, the Lady Tigers have won 14 (1987-97, 2000, 2003, 2008) of the 32 outdoor championships contested, and have finished second at three additional contests (1985, 2004, 2007). The Lady Tigers scored an average of 74.7 points a year

during their run of 11-straight titles and dominated the field in 1993 and 1994, doubling the team points scored by the respective second-place finishers in both seasons. Not to be overshadowed by the accomplishments of the Lady Tigers, LSU’s total track and field program has made NCAA history several times as well. In 1989, both the men’s and women’s programs won NCAA Outdoor titles, marking the first time in history that one school claimed both the men’s and women’s outdoor national championships during the same season. It went on to repeat the feat in 1990, again rewriting NCAA track and field history. In 2004, LSU once again became the first school to ever sweep both the men’s and women’s national crowns at the

NCAA Indoor Championships. In addition to the program’s team success, former LSU great Xavier Carter made history at the 2006 NCAA Outdoor Championships by becoming the first collegiate athlete since Ohio State’s Jesse Owens in 1936 to win four individual titles at a single NCAA meet. Carter won titles in the 100 meters, 400 meters, 4x100-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay. With the 2017 season now underway, the Tigers and Lady Tigers are poised to challenge for SEC and NCAA titles once again during both the indoor and outdoor seasons. Head coach Dennis Shaver will lead two of the nation’s more talented squads as they look to carry the torch for this storied LSU program.

RELAY LEGACY

(Above) Fitzroy Dunkley, Quincy Downing, Vernon Norwood and Cyril Grayson ended the 2015 season as NCAA Outdoor Champions in the men’s 4x100meter relay after running 3 minutes, 1.96 seconds in the national final. Norwood also swept NCAA Indoor and NCAA Outdoor titles in the 400 meters a year ago. (Above, Right) The Lady Tigers wrapped up the 2007 NCAA Outdoor Championships with a bang by successfully defending their national title in the 4x400 relay. Nickiesha Wilson, Cynetheia Rooks, LaTavia Thomas and Deonna Lawrence ran 3:28.07 to win it. LSU has won a total of 42 NCAA relay titles in the 4x100 and 4x400 relays between the men’s and women’s teams.

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The Winning Streak The Lady Tigers’ string of 11 consecutive NCAA Outdoor titles from 1987-97 is an astounding accomplishment unmatched at the Division I level in any women’s collegiate sport. From its beginning in Baton Rouge in 1987 to its conclusion in 1997 at Indiana University, the streak was filled with some of the most incredible performances and amazing athletes in Lady Tiger track history. It was a streak with everything: down-to-the-wire finishes, blowouts, gut-wrenching drama, all the moments in which legends are made. While the names and faces responsible for the 11 titles changed, the level of consistency and drive to ascend to the pinnacle of the sport remained throughout the streak’s entirety. The following is a look back at the Lady Tigers’ remarkable streak.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS BY YEAR 1987

Sheila Echols Laverne Eve

Long Jump Javelin

1988

Schowonda Williams

1989

Esther Jones Cinnamon Sheffield Dawn Sowell Tananjalyn Stanley

1990

Dawn Bowles Esther Jones Cinnamon Sheffield Tananjalyn Stanley

1991

Dawn Bowles Sharon Jaklofsky

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400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 100 Meters 200 Meters 4x100 Relay 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 100 Meters 200 Meters 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 100 Hurdles Heptathlon

YEAR-BY-YEAR HISTORY OF THE LADY TIGERS’ WINNING STREAK YEAR 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

1992

Dawn Bowles Dahlia Duhaney Cinnamon Sheffield Cheryl Taplin

1993

Indira Hamilton Danyel Mitchell Debbie Parris Daphne Saunders Cheryl Taplin Heather Van Norman Youlanda Warren

1994

Zundra Feagin Gai Kapernick D’Andre Hill Danyel Mitchell Debbie Parris Cheryl Taplin

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LSU POINTS 62 61.5 86.5 53.5 78.5 87.5 93 86 69 81 63

100 Hurdles 200 Meters 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Discus 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Long Jump 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay High Jump 4x100 Relay Discus 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay

RUNNER-UP (POINTS) Alabama (53) UCLA (58) UCLA (47) UCLA (46) Texas (67) Florida (81) Wisconsin (44.5) Texas (43) UCLA (58) Texas (52) Texas (62)

1995

Kwajalein Butler Zundra Feagin D’Andre Hill Marita Hunt Charlene Maulseed Sheila Powell LaTarsha Stroman Youlanda Warren

1996

Kwajalein Butler Kim Carson Zundra Feagin D’Andre Hill Suzette Lee Astia Walker

1997

Kwajalein Butler Peta-Gaye Dowdie Suzette Lee LaTarsha Stroman Sa’Donna Thornton Astia Walker

SITE Baton Rouge, La. Eugene, Ore. Provo, Utah Durham, N.C. Eugene, Ore. Austin, Texas New Orleans, La. Boise, Idaho Knoxville, Tenn. Eugene, Ore. Bloomington, Ind.

4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 100 Meters 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 100 Hurdles 200 Meters 4x100 Relay 100 Meters 4x100 Relay Triple Jump 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay Triple Jump 400 Meters 4x100 Relay 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay


History of the 4x100-Meter Relay For more than 20 years, LSU’s men’s and women’s relay teams have been a hallmark of its track and field program at the NCAA Championships. LSU is the only school to ever win both the men’s and women’s 4x100-meter relays in the same year as it has done so five times, winning consecutive championships between 1992-94 and again in 2003 and 2016.

WOMEN

YEAR PLACE RELAY MEMBERS TIME 1985 1st Morris, Echols, King, Phipps 43.82 1986 DQ Not available False Start 1987 2nd Echols, Age, Morris, Wofford 43.54 1988 3rd Stanley, Age, Wofford, Jones 43.83 1989 1st Stanley, Sowell, Sheffield, Jones 42.50 1990 1st Jones, Sheffield, Stanley, Bowles 43.99 1991 2nd Taplin, Duhaney, Bowles, Jones 42.96 1992 1st Duhaney, Bowles, Sheffield, Taplin 43.03 1993 1st Parris, Van Norman, Warren, Taplin 43.39 1994 1st Parris, Feagin, Hill, Taplin 43.26 1995 1st Hunt, Butler, Feagin, Hill 43.10 1996 1st Walker, Butler, Feagin, Hill 43.03 1997 1st Walker, Butler, Thornton, Dowdie 43.17 1998 2nd Thornton, Butler, Combs, Dowdie 43.03 1999 DNF Bates, Marshall, Combs, Dowdie Did Not Finish 2000 2nd Bates, Bass, Combs, Dowdie 43.16 2001 1st Thornton, Durst, Combs, Lee 43.35 2002 2nd Rockett, Jones, Durst, Lee 43.28 2003 1st Durst, Hall, Jones, Lee 42.55 2004 1st Jones, Hall, Durst, Lee 42.61 2005 5th Owens, Lawrence, Ohanaja, Baptiste 43.67 2006 2nd Fletcher, Morris, Broaddus, Baptiste 42.94 2007 2nd Ohanaja, Henry, Morris, Fletcher 43.14 2008 2nd Wilson, Henry, Morris, Baptiste 42.85 2009 DNF Cabral, Henry, Davis, Wilson Missed Handoff 2010 2nd Henry, Duncan, Pinckney, Wilson 43.72 2011 1st Wilson, Hackett, Alexander, Duncan 42.64 2012 1st* Pinckney, Hackett, Alexander, Duncan 42.75 2013 6th McDermott, Duncan, Pinckney, Sylvester 44.21 2014 DNF Stowers, Harvey, Martin, Friar Did Not Finish 2015 5th Harvey, Hobbs, Martin, Brisco 43.69 2016 1st Brisco, Johnson, Martin, Harvey 42.65 2017 DQ Brisco, Johnson, Martin, Hobbs * - NCAA relay title later vacated in accordance with NCAA Bylaws 19.5.2.2 (e), 31.2.2 and 31.2.2.3 (a) and (b).

MEN

YEAR PLACE 1989 4th 1990 DNF 1991 DNC 1992 1st 1993 1st 1994 1st 1995 2nd 1996 DQ 1997 3rd 1998 2nd 1999 DNC 2000 3rd 2001 DNF 2002 1st 2003 1st 2004 DNF 2005 4th 2006 1st 2007 2nd 2008 1st 2009 2nd 2010 3rd 2011 4th 2012 1st 2013 4th 2014 3rd 2015 3rd 2016 1st 2017 DNF

RELAY MEMBERS Napier, Watkins, Starks, Rose Bernard, Starks, King, Brown

TIME 38.97 Dropped Stick

Jones, Williams, King, Sanders Jones, Gilbert, King, Muyaba Kennison, Muyaba, Thymes, Williams Grant, Cummings, Kennison, Griffin Cummings, Cummins, Logan, Griffin Buller, Alridge, Grant, Cummings Grant, Alridge, Logan, Perry

38.70 38.70 38.91 38.64 (SR) Zone Violation 39.01 38.24 (SR)

2016 NCAA Champions Women’s 4x100-Meter Relay

2016 NCAA Champions Men’s 4x100-Meter Relay

The Tigers school-record-breaking time of 38.24 at the 1998 NCAA Outdoor Championships went down as the third-fastest 4x100-meter relay time in NCAA history. The Lady Tigers have left their mark in the NCAA record books as well, dominating the NCAA’s all-time 4x100-meter relay list over the years. In fact, the Lady Tigers have run five of the 10 fastest times in NCAA history, which is tied for the most than any other program in the history of collegiate track and field.

TOP 10 WOMEN’S COLLEGIATE 4X100-METER RELAY TIMES

1. 42.12 42.12 3. 42.14 4. 42.32 5. 42.34 6. 42.35 7. 42.36 8. 42.49 9. 42.50 10 42.51

LSU Oregon LSU LSU Oregon Oregon Texas A&M Texas A&M LSU Kentucky

2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2009 2010 1989 2017

Buller, Brew, Patterson, Barrett 39.07 Henderson, Parham, Coley, Barrett Dropped Stick Davis, Parham, Coley, Brazell 38.48 Willie, Parham, Coley, Brazell 38.65 Willie, Stevenson, Parham, Brazell Missed Handoff Thompson, Carter, Willie, Brazell 38.86 Thompson, Carter, Stevenson, Willie 38.44 Hicks, Thompson, Stevenson, Holliday 38.85 Hayes, Thompson, Mvumvure, Holliday 38.42 Nugent, Coppage, Hayes, Holliday 38.67 Nugent, Coppage, Hayes, Mvumvure 39.27 Nugent, H. Williams, Talley, Mvumvure 39.20 Nugent, Ernest, Talley, Allsop 38.38 Forbes, Ernest, Mitchell-Blake, Allsop 38.78 Mitchell-Blake, Ernest, Acy, Allsop 38.85 Thompson, Norwood, Acy, Ernest 38.62 Flournoy, Howell, Acy, Mitchell-Blake 38.44 Hislop, Mitchell-Blake, Mutanga, Flournoy

Trindon Holliday at the 2008 NCAA Outdoor Championships

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THE BOWERMAN TROPHY

In its first iteration, weighing over 35 pounds and standing at 20 inches tall and 20 inches wide, the body of the trophy is milled from a solid block of aluminum and plated with 18-karat gold. An acrylic fin is attached at the top portion of the trophy embossed with a three-dimensional image of Bowerman. One of the most unique, and telling, characteristics of the trophy is its use of a rubber, waffle-shaped outsole for its bottom layer, a tribute to Bowerman’s invention of the waffle-shaped shoe sole. The Bowerman trophy is a stunning, oneof-a-kind figure that embodies the spirit of Bill Bowerman, combining aspects of speed, shape and asymmetry to forge a symbol of excellence in track and field.

THE

Bowerman AWARD

WHAT IS THE BOWERMAN?

Now in its sixth year of existence, The Bowerman is collegiate track and field’s equivalent to the Heisman Trophy in college football and is presented annually by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association to the top athlete at the collegiate level on the men’s and women’s sides. It is presented annually as part of the USTFCCCA National Convention. The USTFCCCA publishes a “watch list” of 10 men and 10 women under consideration for The Bowerman during the collegiate season each year. The Bowerman Advisory Board then finalizes a list of 10 semifinalists for both genders following the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships before announcing three finalists during the summer. The Bowerman voters consist of national and regional media personnel, track and field statisticians, NCAA collegiate administrators and presidents of affiliated organizations. In addition, USTFCCCA members collectively receive one (1) vote and fans collectively receive one (1) vote in voting for The Bowerman each year.

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WHO IS BILL BOWERMAN?

Bill Bowerman’s legacy in track and field is undeniable. He served as the University of Oregon’s head track and field coach from 1949-72 and remained active at the University and in the coaching world even as the shoe company he founded, Nike, grew into a global sports giant. A University of Oregon graduate, Bowerman returned to his alma mater as its head track and field and cross country coach in 1948. Over the next 23 years, the Ducks experienced new levels of success, winning four national championships and twice finishing as the national runner-up. Bowerman’s athletes were equally as successful as he coached 24 NCAA individual champions, 33 Olympians and 64 AllAmericans, and athletes who have achieved 13 world records and 23 American records. Bowerman’s contributions extend far beyond the University of Oregon. Bowerman served as the National Collegiate Track Coaches Association’s (NCTCA) vice president in 1958-59 and took the helm as its president in 1959-60. The NCTCA is one of several predecessor organizations that now form

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the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Bowerman also served as the head track and field coach for the 1972 U.S. Olympic Team and played a leading role in Eugene’s successful bids to host the 1972, 1976 and 1980 U.S. Olympic Trials. Although Bowerman’s tenure at Oregon is long over, his impact on the University, on track and field and on the global sports arena continues to be felt. For his numerous contributions to the sport of track and field and to the coaching profession, Bowerman was an inaugural inductee into the USTFCCCA Hall of Fame in 1995. Note: This information has been compiled from the official website of the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association at www.ustfccca.org.


LSU’s Kimberlyn Duncan (third from left) took home The Bowerman as the nation’s premier women’s track and field athlete of 2012. Southern Utah’s Cam Levins (third from right) was honored as the men’s recipient in the same season. Other 2012 finalists included (from left to right) Oregon’s Brianne Theisen, Arizona’s Brigetta Barrett, Florida’s Tony McQuay and Illinois’ Andrew Riley.

LSU AND THE BOWERMAN WATCH LIST 2011 2011 2016 2017

Semoy Hackett Walter Henning Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Aleia Hobbs

SEMIFINALISTS 2010 2013 2015

Walter Henning Kimberlyn Duncan Vernon Norwood

LSU’s Kimberlyn Duncan made history in 2012 as she became the first SEC athlete in the The Bowerman’s existence to win the award honoring the premier athlete in collegiate track and field. She also made history as the first two-time finalist in the history of the award after being honored among the nation’s elite for the first time in 2011. Duncan was announced as the women’s recipient of The Bowerman following the 2012 season as she was joined by two other finalists in Arizona high jumper Brigetta Barrett and Oregon heptathlete Brianne Theisen. Distance runner Cam Levins of Southern Utah was honored as the men’s recipient of The Bowerman as a highlight of the 2012 U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association National Convention held at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida. It marked the second year in a row in which Duncan was honored as a finalist for the NCAA’s top individual award in track and field. She was recognized as a finalist following her sophomore season in 2011 along with Texas A&M’s Jessica Beard and Arkansas’ Tina Sutej. “I’m in total shock right now, I don’t even know what to say,” Duncan said following her announcement as The Bowerman recipient in 2012. “When I heard them call my name, I had to take a moment just to make sure I heard them right. It’s so surreal. To know that those voting for this award see me as the best athlete at this level is very humbling to me. We have some amazing athletes from some great programs here tonight. Any one of them is deserving of this award. Of course, I’m very excited to win it this year while representing my school and my team at LSU. “This only pushes me and motivates me to reach my full potential in this sport. I’m very honored to receive this award, and will work even harder.” Winners of The Bowerman also include Oregon’s Galen Rupp (2009) and Ashton Eaton (2010), Florida State’s Ngoni Makusha (2011), Levins (2012), Indiana’s Derek Drouin (2013), Texas A&M’s Deon Lendore (2014), Florida’s Marquis Dendy (2015) and Arkansas’ Jarrion Lawson (2016) on the men’s side; and Colorado’s Jenny Barringer (2009), Virginia Tech’s Queen Harrison (2010), Beard (2011), Clemson’s Brianna

FINALISTS 2011 2012

Kimberlyn Duncan Kimberlyn Duncan*

* - Denotes winner of The Bowerman

Rollins (2013), Oregon’s Laura Roesler (2014) and Jenna Prandini (2015) and Texas’ Courtney Okolo (2016) on the women’s side.

Duncan was joined on stage by LSU head coach Dennis Shaver following The Bowerman Ceremony at the 2012 USTFCCCA National Convention.

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The X-Man

SHADES OF JESSE OWENS LSU’S CARTER MAKES HISTORY AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

JESSE OWENS

Prior to Carter’s performance, Jesse Owens of Ohio State was the only collegiate athlete to win four individual national titles at a single NCAA meet as he earned four gold medals at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 1935 and 1936.

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June 10, 2006, is a date that is sure live forever in the proud and storied history of the LSU Track & Field program. On a warm afternoon at the Alex G. Spanos Sports Complex on the campus of Sacramento State University in Sacramento, California, LSU great Xavier Carter stepped into history while matching a feat only accomplished by one other man in the history of collegiate track and field – the legendary Jesse Owens. Not since Owens competed for Ohio State in 1935 and 1936 had a collegiate athlete won four NCAA gold medals at a single national championship meet. That’s until Carter snapped the 70-year drought and added his name alongside one of the true icons of the sport by capturing NCAA championships in the 100-meter dash, 400-meter dash, 4x100-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay. In fact, Carter became the first athlete in meet history to double with NCAA wins in the 100 meters and 400 meters in the same season. And Carter did so in record-setting fashion while becoming the fastest man in LSU Track & Field history in one of the most exciting NCAA Championships of all-time. It is a performance that will likely never be equaled by another athlete as long as the NCAA Championships are contested and one that should always be celebrated as one of the greatest individual feats in college sports.

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4X100-METER RELAY

Carter struck gold for the first time at the national meet in on June 9, 2006, by running the second leg on LSU’s 4x100-meter relay team that wrapped up an undefeated season with a comfortable win in the finals while running what was then the sixth-fastest time in NCAA history at 38.44. LSU featured a star-studded lineup as Carter teamed with the likes of future Olympic silver medalist Richard Thompson on the first leg, Marvin Stevenson on the third leg and Olympic gold medalist and seven-time NCAA champion Kelly Willie on the anchor leg to defeat Tennessee (38.86) by more than four-tenths of a second. UTEP finished well back in third place with a time of 38.99. Pictured (from left to right) is the team of Carter, Thompson, Willie and Stevenson following its win at the 2006 Penn Relays.

4X400-METER RELAY

With three NCAA gold medals already in the bag, Carter returned to the track for the third time on the meet’s final day to run the anchor leg of LSU’s fearsome 4x400-meter relay team. Just one season after it smashed the collegiate record with an NCAAtitle-winning time of 2:59.59 at the national meet, the squad defended its crown and put an exclamation point onto the end of an undefeated 2006 season with a win in Sacramento. Carter joined Reggie Dardar on the first leg, Kelly Willie on the second leg and Melville Rogers on the third leg to run 3:01.58 and finish more than a half second ahead of TCU (3:02.12) for the title. Baylor finished more than one second behind in third place at 3:02.93. LSU’s victory in the mile relay led to a second-place finish in the final team standings with 51 points for the meet.

400-METER DASH

Perhaps Carter’s most impressive feat of the 2006 NCAA Outdoor Championships came in the 400-meter final when he had only 40 minutes to rest following his win in the 100 meters. After allowing the field to go out fast while holding his ground through the first 300 meters, Carter turned on the jets around the last turn to cross the finish line with another personal-best time of 44.53 that remains as the second-fastest run in the history of the LSU Track & Field program. While crossing his arms in the form of an “X” as he ran through the finish line, Carter took the title ahead of Ricardo Chambers of Florida State (44.71) and future Olympic 400-meter bronze medalist David Neville of Indiana (44.94). In a grueling performance that may never be duplicated, Carter remains the only sprinter in meet history to successfully complete the 100/400 double at the NCAA Championships.

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In one of the deepest fields ever assembled for the 100-meter final at the NCAA Championships, Carter outlasted them all to win his second event title of the meet. With defending champion and future Olympic bronze medalist Walter Dix playing the role of favorite, Carter was seen as an All-America contender, but someone who would have to pull out an upset to take the title. That’s exactly what Carter did to dethrone Dix (10.18) as the NCAA champion as he took home the gold with a then school-record time of 10.09 run into a strong headwind. The national final also featured the likes of future collegiate record holder Travis Padgett of Clemson (10.24), future Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles of Texas (10.27) and Churandy Martina of Texas-El Paso (10.29).

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LSU Track & Field was represented by 10 current and former athletes from five countries around the world as they joined the sports greatest athletes in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at the 2016 Olympic Games. Led by Fitzroy Dunkley (pictured, second from left) winning a silver medal with Jamaica in the 4x400meter relay, LSU’s athletes made three finals appearances with Jamaican teammate Damar Forbes advancing to his first Olympic final in the long jump and Kelly-Ann Baptiste running in the 4x100-meter relay final for Trinidad & Tobago.

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The final event of the 2016 Olympic Games saw LSU senior Fitzroy Dunkley score a silver medal as a member of Jamaica’s 4x400-meter relay team as he teamed with his fellow countrymen Peter Matthews, Nathon Allen and Javon Francis to run

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2:58.16 for second place behind Team USA’s goldmedal-winning 2:57.30. Dunkley split 44.82 seconds on the third leg as he became LSU Track & Field’s 13th Olympic medalist in history while winning the program’s 17th Olympic medal all-time.

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It proved a fitting end to the 2016 season for Dunkley as his Olympic success followed his best collegiate season with the Tigers as he was a member of LSU’s NCAA Indoor and NCAA Outdoor champion 4x400-meter relay teams while also being crowned the NCAA Outdoor Silver Medalist in the 400-meter dash. Dunkley actually made his Olympics debut on the opening night of the athletics program in Rio when he lined up in the qualifying round of the 400-meter dash. It would be another eight days before he returned to the track to score his first Olympic medal in the men’s 4x400-meter relay final. Dunkley was not the only one of LSU’s 10 Olympians to compete in a final at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad as former Lady Tiger Kelly-Ann Baptiste was a member of Trinidad & Tobago’s fifthplace 4x100-meter relay team and former Tiger NCAA Champion Damar Forbes competed in his first Olympic final in the long jump. Baptiste, who also lined up in the women’s 100meter dash while making her fourth career Olympic Games appearance, was the closest to Dunkley in adding to LSU’s medal haul when she helped her country run a seasonal best of 42.12 in the women’s sprint relay final. Forbes jumped 25 feet, 8 inches for 12th in the men’s long jump final. There were three members of LSU’s 2016 men’s and women’s teams who made their Olympic debuts that summer as Dunkley was also joined in Rio by Canadian hurdler Chanice Chase and British sprinter Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake. While Chase competed in the first round of the women’s 400-meter hurdles,

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DID YOU KNOW? Former Lady Tiger sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste made her fourth Olympic Games appearance when she lined up for Trinidad & Tobago in both the 100 meters and 4x100-meter relay at the Rio Olympics. Baptiste made her Olympics debut as a teenager at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Mitchell-Blake advanced to the semifinal round of the men’s 200 meters in his first appearance with Team GB as one of his country’s up-and-coming stars. Mitchell-Blake actually received international attention just months before when he sprinted to a personal best of 19.95 and captured the title of SEC Outdoor Champion in the 200-meter dash among his three event wins at the 2016 SEC Outdoor Championships. He was just one one-hundredth of a second off of John Regis’ British record of 19.94 in as one of the world’s best sprinters for 2016. Dunkley, Chase and Mitchell-Blake were not the only LSU athletes to compete in their first Olympic Games in Rio as former NCAA 800-meter champion Natoya Goule joined her Jamaican teammates and former Tiger sprinter Gabriel Mvumvure lined up in the men’s 100 meters for his native Zimbabwe. Rounding out LSU’s Olympic roster at the Rio Games was former NCAA Champion hurdler Nickiesha Wilson making her third career Olympics appearance for Jamaica and former Lady Tiger sprinter Semoy Hackett of Trinidad & Tobago. Wilson had run the 400 hurdles for her native Jamaica in Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012, but took to the track in the sprint hurdles for the first time in Rio de Janeiro. Each of these athletes added to an already proud tradition for the LSU Track & Field program at the Olympic Games that includes 62 different athletes representing 17 different nations since Sid Bowman became the first to compete for the United States in Amsterdam way back in 1928. Since then, LSU’s athletes have won 17 Olympic medals all-time, including seven gold, six silver and four bronze medals. Zimbabwe became the 17th country represented by an LSU Track & Field athlete when

Mvumvure qualified for the first time in 2016 as other nationalities include Algeria, Bahamas, Barbados, Canada, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Kenya, Liberia,

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The Netherlands, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts & Nevis, Sweden, Trinidad & Tobago and the United Kingdom along with the United States.

ATHLETE EVENT Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) 27th-100 Meters, 5th-4x100 Relay Chanice Chase (Canada) 47th-400 Hurdles Fitzroy Dunkley (Jamaica) 24th-400 Meters, 2nd-4x400 Relay Damar Forbes (Jamaia) 12th-Long Jump Natoya Goule (Jamaica) 25th-800 Meters Semoy Hackett (Trinidad & Tobago) 16th-100 Meters, 20th-200 Meters Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (United Kingdom) 11th-200 Meters Gabriel Mvumvure (Zimbabwe) 37th-100 Meters Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) 40th-100 Meters, 4x100 Relay Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica) 19th-100 Hurdles

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Ten current and former members of the LSU Track & Field program representing four countries from around the world made the trip to London, England, to compete in the 2012 Olympic Games in the most prestigious competition the sport has to offer. They certainly made their school proud with their performance in London once again as LSU’s 10 athletes ranked No. 5 for Olympic representation among all programs in collegiate track and field.

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Led by the performance of medalists Ade AlleyneForte and Richard Thompson of Trinidad & Tobago and Samantha Henry of Jamaica, the Tigers and Lady Tigers were well-represented with 10 athletes competing at the Games of the XXX Olympiad held in

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London, England, in the summer of 2012. Following his Olympics debut in 2008 in which he captured a pair of silver medals for his nation in the 100-meter dash and 4x100-meter relay, Thompson became the most decorated Olympian in the history

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of LSU athletics when he anchored his country to the silver medal in the 4x100 relay to claim a third Olympic medal as one of the world’s bright young sprint stars. In what proved to be the fastest relay race in history, Thompson anchored a Trinidad & Tobago team that also featured Keston Bledman, Marc Burns and Emmanuel Callender to a second-place finish with a run of 38.12 seconds in the final in London. Jamaica became the first relay team in history to break 37 seconds in breaking its own world record with a gold-medal-winning run of 36.84. The United States finished second in the race, but was later stripped of its silver medal by the International Olympic Committee. That performance earned Thompson the distinction of being LSU’s first athlete regardless of sport to win three Olympic medals in a career as he now owns three silver medals from the Olympic Games. Not only that, but Thompson also lined up in the 100-meter final for the second-straight time as he crossed the finish line in seventh place with a 9.98 clocking after taking the silver medal with a run of 9.89 in 2008. Jamaica’s Usain Bolt defended his Olympic gold medal with an Olympic record of 9.63, and Jamaican Yohan Blake struck silver in 9.75 with American Justin Gatlin taking the bronze in 9.79. Like Thompson, Alleyne-Forte helped Trinidad & Tobago capture a bronze medal while running the third leg for his country in the 4x400-meter relay final. While making his Olympics debut following an All-American senior season with the Tigers, Alleyne-

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DID YOU KNOW? Former Tiger sprinter Richard Thompson is the most decorated track & field Olympian in school history. Thompson’s three Olympic medals won in 2008 and 2012 also equal the most of any other LSU athlete in history regardless of sport.

Forte split 45.44 as he joined with Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon and Deon Lendore in setting a national record of 2 minutes, 59.40 seconds to finish behind only the Bahamas (2:56.72) and United States (2:57.05) on the medal podium. Also claiming a medal in her Olympics debut was former Lady Tiger standout Samantha Henry as she ran the leadoff leg for the Jamaicans in the qualifying round of the 4x100-meter relay. Jamaica had a silvermedal-winning second-place finish in the Olympic final. With its athletes winning three medals during the competition in London, members of the LSU Track & Field program have now won 16 medals all-time with their performance at the Olympic Games. Since 400meter hurdler Glenn “Slats” Hardin won a silver medal in Los Angeles, California, in 1932 and a gold medal in Berlin, Germany, in 1936, the Tigers and Lady Tigers have won six gold medals, six silver medals and four bronze medals all-time at the Olympic Games. Three other Lady Tigers also lined up in Olympic finals during the competition in London in 2012 as hurdler Lolo Jones of the United States and sprinters Kelly Baptiste and Semoy Hackett of Trinidad & Tobago proved themselves among the world’s premier performers in their events. Jones nearly earned her place on the medal podium in her second Olympics appearance after earning a fourth-place finish in the final of the women’s 100-meter hurdles. Baptiste, the reigning World Championships bronze medalist in the women’s 100-meter dash, took sixth place in the deepest 100-meter field of the 2012 campaign, while Hackett crossed the finish line in eighth place in the 200-meter final in her Olympics debut in London. Also making their second career appearance at

the Olympic Games were former Lady Tigers Neisha Bernard-Thomas (Grenada) in the 800 meters and Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica) in the 400 hurdles, while

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Tiger seniors Damar Forbes (long jump) and Riker Hylton (4x400 relay) made their Olympic debuts for Team Jamaica.

ATHLETE EVENT Ade Alleyne-Forte (Trinidad & Tobago) 3rd-4x400 Relay Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) 6th-100 Meters, 4x100 Relay Neisha Bernard-Thomas (Grenada) 16th-800 Meters Damar Forbes (Jamaica) 18th-Long Jump Semoy Hackett (Trinidad & Tobago) 16th-100 Meters, 8th-200 Meters, 4x100 Relay Samantha Henry (Jamaica) 2nd-4x100 Relay Riker Hylton (Jamaica) 4x400 Relay Lolo Jones (United States) 4th-100 Hurdles Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) 7th-100 Meters, 2nd-4x100 Relay Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica) 13th-400 Hurdles

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The LSU Track & Field program certainly made its presence felt at the 2008 Olympic Games as 12 Tigers and Lady Tigers past and present made the trip to Beijing, China, to compete against the world’s best athletes in the sport’s most prestigious competition. In fact, LSU had more track and field athletes qualify for the Beijing Games than any other collegiate program with seven countries represented in all, including the United States, Bahamas, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Liberia and Trinidad & Tobago.

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Senior Richard Thompson of Trinidad & Tobago carried the torch for the LSU program by winning two medals in his Olympics debut. With the spotlight shining brightly on American Tyson Gay and Jamaicans Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell entering the first round of 100-meter qualifying, the only question was where they would place on the medal podium after racing in the final. Thompson was an afterthought, despite lining up with the fifth-fastest time in the world of all the 100meter sprinters in Beijing. After cruising through three rounds of qualifying while matching his personal best with a time of 9.93 seconds in the semifinals, Thompson returned to the track two hours later and took his mark in lane five with Bolt to his left and American Walter Dix to his right. The stage was set for a dramatic conclusion to perhaps the most anticipated 100-meter final in the history of the Olympic Games, and Thompson did not disappoint. Thompson was the first in the eight-man field to fire out of the blocks with a 0.133 reaction time and raced to the finish line with a new personal best of 9.89 to win the silver medal for both his country and LSU in his debut. He is LSU’s first-ever medalist in the 100-meter dash and is the school’s second individual Olympic medalist in the sprint events all-time after former Tiger standout Derrick Brew won a bronze medal in the 400-meter dash in Athens, Greece, in 2004. But Thompson didn’t stop there as he went on to anchor his country’s 4x100-meter relay team to a silver medal to put an exclamation point on a truly unforgettable season. That silver medal turned to gold nine years later in 2017 when Jamaica was stripped of its medal after one of its runners was later found to have failed a drug test.

The 2008 season also saw the emergence of former Lady Tiger star Lolo Jones as the world’s premier sprint hurdler with her dominating victory in the 100 hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Jones carried the title of gold-medal favorite into the finals of her first career Olympic Games after setting a world-leading and personal-best time of 12.43 in the semifinals in Beijing. And Jones could already see the gold medal being placed around her neck after racing out to a commanding lead over the rest of the field through eight hurdles in the final. But dreams of Olympic gold were dashed in a split second as she failed to clear the ninth hurdle of the race with the same ease that she has shown throughout her career. With a comfortable two-meter lead on the rest of the field, Jones raised her right leg to clear the hurdle, but sent it crashing to the track in an instant. She struggled to keep her balance over the last hurdle and finished in seventh place. Despite her misfortune in Beijing, Jones showed the grace and class that has endeared her to fans of American track and field

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KELLY BAPTISTE (left) and MUNA LEE (right)

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DID YOU KNOW? LSU was represented by more track and field athletes at the 2008 Olympic Games than any other collegiate program as 12 Tigers and Lady Tigers made the trip to Beijing.

throughout her career. An editorial printed in the Aug. 20, 2008, edition of the Los Angeles Times said it best that “A champion is the class of the field. No one in these Olympics has shown any more class than Lolo Jones.” While Thompson and Jones were the most recognizable LSU stars to compete in Beijing, they were not alone as former Lady Tiger Muna Lee represented the United States well after earning a fourth-place finish in the 200 meters and a fifthplace finish in the 100 meters. For Lee, it was her second career appearance in the Olympic Games after competing in Athens in 2004. One Tiger also received the honor of carrying his nation’s flag during the opening ceremonies as former LSU star Alleyne Francique led the Grenada contingent around the track and onto the infield of the “Bird’s Nest” National Stadium on opening night. Francique competed in the 400 meters at the Olympics for the second time in his career. Like Francique, former Lady Tiger halfmiler Marian Burnett of Guyana made her second appearance, while Laverne Eve of the Bahamas threw the javelin for a school-record fifth time at the Olympic Games. Also making their Olympics debut in Beijing were Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago), Neisha BernardThomas (Grenada), Sherry Fletcher (Grenada), Isa Phillips (Jamaica), Siraj Williams (Liberia) and Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica).

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ATHLETE EVENT Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) 22nd-100 Meters, 4x100 Relay Neisha Bernard-Thomas (Grenada) 21st-800 Meters Marian Burnett (Guyana) 27th-800 Meters Laverne Eve (Bahamas) 20th-Javelin Sherry Fletcher (Grenada) 41st-100 Meters Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 25th-400 Meters Lolo Jones (United States) 7th-100 Hurdles Muna Lee (United States) 4th-200 Meters, 5th-100 Meters Isa Phillips (Jamaica) 9th-400 Hurdles Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) 2nd-100 Meters, 1st-4x100 Relay Siraj Williams (Liberia) 52nd-400 Meters Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica) 9th-400 Hurdles

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OLYMPIC MEDALISTS GLENN “SLATS” HARDIN

ESTHER JONES

Glenn “Slats” Hardin holds the distinction as being the only LSU Track & Field athlete to win a gold medal in an individual event at the Olympic Games. The most dominant 400-meter hurdler in the first half of the 20th century, Hardin won a silver medal in Los Angeles in 1932 and a gold medal in Berlin in 1936. He wrapped up a brilliant career at LSU in 1935 as a fourtime NCAA champion, six-time SEC champion and six-time All-American.

Arguably the most dominant sprinter to ever wear the Lady Tiger uniform, Esther Jones became the third Olympic gold medalist in the history of the track and field program with her win in the 4x100-meter relay for the United States in Barcelona, Spain, in 1992. She earned a school record 21 All-America honors for the Lady Tigers from 1988-91 and swept NCAA titles in the 100 meters and 200 meters during her junior season in 1990.

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GLENROY GILBERT

Sheila Echols became the first Lady Tiger to win an Olympic medal as she struck gold as a member of the United States’ 4x100-meter relay team at the Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, in 1988. Despite her Olympic glory in the sprint relay, Echols actually made a name for herself at LSU as the nation’s premier long jumper as she won an NCAA title in the event in 1987. Echols was a two-time NCAA champion and seven-time All-American during her LSU career.

The LSU Track & Field program was represented by nine athletes at the centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996, and none shined brighter than Glenroy Gilbert as he guided Canada’s 4x100-meter relay to an improbable gold medal over the favored foursome from the United States. During his brief two-year career with the Tigers, Gilbert earned three All-America honors and ran on LSU’s NCAA champion relay team during the 1993 season.

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WALTER DAVIS

NADIA DAVY

• 2005 World Outdoor Champion (Triple Jump) • 2006 World Indoor Champion (Triple Jump) • 2-time Olympian

• 2004 Olympic Bronze Medalist (4x400 Relay) • 2004 Olympian

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• 2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist (4x400 Relay)

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PETA-GAYE DOWDIE JAMAICA

• 1999 World Outdoor Bronze Medalist (4x100 Relay) • 2000 Olympian

FITZROY DUNKLEY JAMAICA

• 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist (4x400 Relay) • 3-time NCAA Champion


The following eight individuals are members of the LSU Track & Field program who have won gold and silver medals in the 118-year history of the modern Olympic Games. LSU athletes have won a total of 17 medals all-time at the Olympic Games, including 12 for the Tigers and five for the Lady Tigers. LSU is well-represented each year as at least one athlete has competed in 12 different Olympic Games all-time.

DERRICK BREW

KELLY WILLIE

The Tigers have produced many of the world’s premier quartermilers over the years, and Derrick Brew certainly ranks among the all-time greats at LSU following his effort at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Brew became the first LSU sprinter to medal in an individual event as he won bronze in the 400-meter dash, while he also struck gold as a member of the United States’ 4x400-meter relay at the site of the inaugural Olympic Games in 1896.

Derrick Brew was not the only Tiger to win a gold medal as a member of the United States’ 4x400-meter relay at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens as fellow LSU star Kelly Willie also took his place on top of the medal podium as a gold medalist in the event. Willie became the youngest gold medalist in the history of the LSU program with his performance as a sophomore in 2004. Willie won seven NCAA titles and 19 All-America honors with the Tigers from 2003-06.

JOHN MOFFITT

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After being crowned NCAA champion in the long jump during his senior season in 2004, John Moffitt made a splash in his Olympics debut with Team USA as he soared to a silver medal in the event in Athens, Greece. Moffitt, who earned six All-America honors during a two-year career with the Tigers in 2003-04, quickly earned a reputation as one of the world’s preeminent talents with his performance. Moffitt swept NCAA Indoor and Outdoor titles as a senior in 2004.

Former LSU star Richard Thompson solidified his reputation as the most decorated Olympian in the history of LSU athletics as he claimed his third Olympic medal in London in 2012 as he anchored Trinidad & Tobago to a silver medal in the 4x100-meter relay. His effort in London followed his Olympic debut in Beijing, China, in 2008 when he captured the silver medal in the 100-meter dash as the runner-up to Usain Bolt before winning a gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay.

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MUNA LEE

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RONETTA SMITH

• 2012 Olympic Silver Medalist (4x100 Relay)

• 2008 World Indoor Champion (60 Hurdles) • 2010 World Indoor Champion (60 Hurdles) • 2-time Olympic finalist

• 2005 World Outdoor Champion (4x100 Relay) • 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials Champion (100 Meters) • 2-time Olympian

• 2001 World Outdoor Champion (4x400 Relay) • 2-time Olympian

• 2004 Olympic Bronze Medalist (4x400 Relay) • 2005 World Outdoor Silver Medalist (4x400 Relay)

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Wall OF CHAMPIONS

In 2005, LSU Track & Field established its Wall of Champions in the Tiger track and field offices. A total of 33 Tigers and Lady Tigers have earned their spot on this honorary wall. Induction occurs when student-athletes excel at the highest level. All members have won SEC and NCAA titles and have competed for their native countries at the Olympic Games. A complete list of LSU athletes achieving these three exceptional accomplishments are listed on the following page.

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LOLO JONES Class of 2008 NAME Kelly Baptiste Claston Bernard Neisha Bernard-Thomas Sid Bowman Billy Brown Marian Burnett Walter Davis Peta-Gaye Dowdie Dahlia Duhaney Sheila Echols Laverne Eve Alleyne Francique

YEARS LETTERED AT LSU 2005-08 1999-2002 2003-05 1930-32 1938-41 2002-03 2001-02 1997-2000 1989-92 1989-92 1986-88 2001-02

KELLY BAPTISTE Class of 2008 NAME Damon Forbes Natoya Goule Billy Hardin Glenn Hardin D’Andre Hill Sharon Jaklofsky Esther Jones Lolo Jones Muna Lee Suzette Lee John Moffitt

YEARS LETTERED AT LSU 2010-13 2013 1962-64 1933-35 1992-96 1991-93 1988-91 2001-04 2001-04 1996-97 2003-04

RICHARD THOMPSON Class of 2008 NAME Mikael Olander Debbie Parris Keisha Spencer Richard Thompson Jack Torrance Robin van Helden Astia Walker Claudine Williams Schowonda Williams Simon Williams Nickiesha Wilson

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YEARS LETTERED AT LSU 1985-88 1991-94 1999-2000 2005-08 1932-35 1985-89 1996-98 1999-2000 1985-88 1990-92 2007-08

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ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME QUALIFICATION

In order for an athlete to join the LSU Athletics Hall of Fame, he or she must have earned a baccalaureate, professional or graduate degree from LSU or by some other regionally accredited institution of higher learning, have earned one or more letters in a varsity sport at LSU, have gained national distinction through superlative

performance as an athlete and have established a personal reputation for character and citizenship which reflects favorably on the University. Former LSU athletes are eligible only after three or more years have elapsed since the conferring of his or her degree. In order for a coach or administrator to join the LSU Athletics Hall of Fame, the individual must have made significant contributions to LSU

Athletics in a capacity other than as an athlete, have gained national distinction through exceptional accomplishments in his or her field of expertise and established a personal reputation of character for citizenship which reflects favorably on the University. Former LSU coaches and administrators are eligible for nomination only after five years or more have elapsed since retiring from the profession for which the individual is nominated.

1933 NCAA CHAMPIONS

Pictured is the five-man team (from left to right) of Nathan “Buddy” Blair, Glenn “Slats” Hardin, Jack Torrance, Al Moreau and Matt Gordy, which captured LSU’s first of 31 NCAA track championships way back in 1933 with a 58-54 victory over the heavily-favored Trojans of Southern California. As LSU’s first national championship team in any sport, these men were inducted into the LSU Athletics Hall of Fame as part of the inaugural class of 1937, cementing their place among the legends of the sport.

SIDNEY BOWMAN

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A three-year letterwinner at LSU from 1930-32, Sidney Bowman owns the distinction of being the first in a proud and storied tradition of LSU Olympians as he competed as part of the U.S. Olympic Team in Amsterdam in 1928 and Los Angeles in 1932. In fact, Bowman made his Olympics debut in 1928 following his high school graduation in Hammond, Louisiana, before even setting foot on LSU’s campus for his freshman season. Bowman was also inducted as part

With his induction in 1970, Billy Hardin joined his father, Glenn “Slats” Hardin, as a member of the LSU Athletics Hall of Fame following a distinguished collegiate career. Billy Hardin, who represented the United States at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, matched his father’s achievement by winning the NCAA championship in the 400-meter hurdles during his senior season in 1964. A three-time All-American and seven-time SEC champion, the younger Hardin is perhaps the greatest LSU Track &

The most accomplished LSU Track & Field athlete of the 1950s, Harry Carpenter racked up an incredible eight SEC event titles during a brief two-year collegiate career from 1956-57, while also leading the Tigers to an SEC team championship during the 1957 season. Most notably, Carpenter captured backto-back league titles in both the 220-yard dash and 220-yard hurdles at the SEC Outdoor Championships as one of the SEC’s most dominant sprinters and hurdlers of the decade. He was honored with induction into the LSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1986.

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BILLY BROWN

- Inducted in 1941 - Lettered in 1938-41 - 1936 U.S. Olympian - 1941 NCAA Long Jump Champion

ORIS “ARKY” ERWIN

- Inducted in 1947 - Lettered in 1941-42 - 4-time SEC Champion - 1942 NCAA All-American

ROBERT LOWTHER

- Inducted in 1978 - Lettered in 1946-48 - 2-time NCAA All-American - 4-time SEC Champion

DELMON MCNABB

- Inducted in 1978 - Lettered in 1965-67 - 1967 NCAA Javelin Champion - 2-time SEC Champion

JOSEPH T. BUTLER, SR. - Inducted in 1982

D’ANDRE HILL

BERNIE MOORE

Lady Tiger great D’Andre Hill owns the distinction of being the only LSU sprinter on either the men’s or women’s teams to win back-to-back NCAA 100-meter titles with her victories at the NCAA Championships in 1995 and 1996. The 2006 LSU Athletics Hall of Fame inductee won six NCAA titles, six SEC titles and 15 All-America honors during an LSU career spanning five seasons from 1992-96. Hill also competed for Team USA at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.

Bernie Moore’s accomplishments as LSU’s head track and field coach speak for themselves. In 18 seasons from 1930-47, the Tigers captured 12 Southeastern Conference championships during a stretch of 15 years following the league’s creation in 1933, as well as the school’s first of 31 NCAA team titles during the 1933 season. Moore, who also compiled an 83-39-6 overall record with two SEC crowns in 13 seasons as LSU’s head football coach, went on to serve as the SEC commissioner for 18 years from 1948-66.

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ERIC REID

- Inducted in 2005 - Lettered in 1984-87 - 1987 NCAA 110 Hurdles Champion - 3-time NCAA All-American

BOB SMITH

- Inducted in 2005 - Lettered in 1972-75 - 1974 NCAA All-American - 8-time SEC Champion

LURLINE STRUPPECK - Inducted in 1991

SCHOWONDA WILLIAMS

- Inducted in 1998 - Lettered in 1985-88 - 1988 NCAA 400 Hurdles Champion - 1988 U.S. Olympian

SUZETTE LEE

- Inducted in 2011 - Lettered in 1996-97 - 3-time NCAA Triple Jump Champion - NCAA Indoor Record Holder - 1996 Olympian

KIM CARSON

- Inducted in 2015 - Lettered in 1993-96 - 1996 NCAA 100 Hurdles Champion - 1996 NCAA 55 Hurdles Champion - 7-time NCAA All-American

LAVERNE EVE

- Inducted in 2015 - Lettered in 1986-88 - 1987 NCAA Javelin Champion - 2-time NCAA All-American - 5-time Olympian

RUSS BULLER

CHERYL TAPLIN

ESTHER JONES

Cheryl Taplin joined D’Andre Hill as an inductee into the LSU Athletics Hall of Fame during the summer of 2006 in honor of her career as one of the NCAA’s leading sprinters during the 1990s. Taplin, who won three-straight NCAA crowns as a member of LSU’s prolific 4x100-meter relay team in 1992, 1993 and 1994, competed for the Lady Tiger program for four seasons while leading the team to seven NCAA team titles from 1991-94. She racked up 16 All-America honors during that time, which ranks fourth on LSU’s all-time list for career All-America accolades.

No athlete in the combined history of the LSU Track & Field program has been named an All-American more times than the great Esther Jones. With 21 All-America selections during her prolific collegiate career from 1988-91, Jones helped lead the Lady Tigers to six NCAA championships with two indoor and four outdoor crowns during that span. The 1990 NCAA 100-meter and 200-meter champion brought home a gold medal from the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain, where she ran on the title-winning 4x100-meter relay team for the United States.

CLASS OF 2006

CLASS OF 2008

- Inducted in 2017 - Lettered in 1997-2000 - Seven-time All-American - Six-time SEC champion

DEBBIE PARRIS-THYMES - Inducted in 2017 - Lettered in 1993-94 - Two-time Olympian - Five-time NCAA champion

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WORLD’S FASTEST FOOTBALL PLAYER

TRINDON HOLLIDAY

After recording a personal-best time of 10.00 seconds in the NCAA final en route to winning the NCAA 100-meter title in 2009, the case can be made that Trindon Holliday is the fastest football player in the history of the sport at any level. There have been a total of 117 men in history who have run a faster time in the 100-meter dash than Holliday’s personal-best wind-legal time of 10.00. It is known who they are, where they are from and when their times were recorded ... and none played the game of football at the time of their achievement. There have been 20 collegiate athletes who have recorded a faster time in the 100 meters than Holliday, but none played college football when they set their wind-legal PRs. The bottom line is that no high school, college or professional football player has ever run faster than Holliday during their football career. With this in mind, it is only fitting that Holliday be referred to as the fastest football player in the history of the sport.

WORLD’S FASTEST FOOTBALL PLAYERS Athlete Trindon Holliday Jeff Demps Jacoby Ford “Bullet” Bob Hayes Ron Brown Alvis Whitted Darrell Green Willie Gault Johnny “Lam” Jones Herschel Walker Jamaal Charles Marvin Bracy Deion Sanders C.J. Spiller Raghib “Rocket” Ismail Bo Jackson Renaldo Nehemiah

ON THE TRACK

Top Time 10.00 10.01 10.01 10.06 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.10 10.14 10.23 10.23 10.25 10.26 10.29 10.34 10.44 10.18w

Holliday cetainly proved to be one of the nation’s most electrifying two-sport athletes with his performance on the football field and the track during his collegiate career at LSU. A seven-time All-American on the track, Holliday cemented his position among the elite sprinters in collegiate track and field in 2009 as he was crowned NCAA Champion in the 100-meter dash after crossing the finish line in 10.00 seconds in the event final at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships. He also finished second and third in the 100-meter final at the NCAA Championships during his career. Not only that, but Holliday anchored the Tigers’ 4x100-meter relay to an NCAA Championship at the outdoor national meet in 2008 with what was the sixth-fastest time in collegiate history at 38.42. The Zachary native has also competed in the 100 meters at the U.S. Olympic Trials and USA Outdoor Championships during his career.

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ON THE GRIDIRON

Holliday’s success is not limited to the track as he was one of the nation’s elite return specialists on the football field while returning four kicks for touchdowns during his brilliant LSU career from 2006-09. Among his highlights is a 92-yard punt return for a touchdown in a 41-3 win over North Texas on Sept. 13, 2008, before finishing the game with 163 punt return yards, which is the second-most in a single game in the history of the Southeastern Conference. He also returned two kicks for touchdowns against Arkansas, including a 92-yard kickoff return in 2006 and an 87-yard punt return in 2009. In all, Holliday racked up 3,297 all-purpose yards and scored eight touchdowns in four seasons as a member of the LSU football team. He was selected by the Houston Texans in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He also played for the Denver Broncos and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in his five NFL seasons, even returning four kicks for touchdowns for Denver in 2012 and 2013.

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Track Stars

ON THE GRIDIRON

LSU boasts one of the proudest traditions in all of collegiate athletics with many of its student-athletes enjoying great success competing in both track and field and on the gridiron. In fact, 13 football standouts have earned All-America honors in track and field during their careers at LSU.

BENNIE BRAZELL

Brazell finished his career as the first athlete in the school’s storied history to compete on national championship teams in two different sports. He led the men’s track team to an outdoor national title in 2002 and an indoor national title in 2004, while also playing wide receiver on LSU’s national championship football team in 2003.

SHAWN BURKS

An All-American performer in the javelin during his four-year career in Baton Rouge, Burks was a dominating middle linebacker for the Tigers under former head coach Bill Arnsarger as he earned a pair of All-SEC selections in 1984 and 1985.

A four-time letterwinner as a starting cornerback for then head coach Gerry DiNardo, Cummings also enjoyed a stellar career on the oval with five career All-America honors and a trio of SEC titles from 1995-98. He doubled as the 100-meter and 200-meter champion at the SEC Outdoor Championships in 1997.

RICKY JEAN-FRANCOIS

An All-SEC shot putter, Jean-Francois proved to be one of the more dominant defensive linemen in all of college football during his career at LSU from 2006-08. He helped lead the Tigers to a national championship with a 38-24 win over Ohio State in the BCS National Championship Game in New Orleans on Jan. 7, 2008, while being named the game’s Defensive MVP with six tackles, one sack and a blocked field goal.

EDDIE KENNISON

A former first-round draft pick of the St. Louis Rams in the 1996 NFL Draft, Kennison was a sixtime All-American and four-time SEC champion on the track as a member of LSU’s prolific 4x100 and 4x400-meter relay teams. In fact, he anchored the 4x100 squad to a national title at NCAA Outdoor Championships in 1994.

BILLY CANNON

Billy Cannon cemented his place in LSU lore as the 1959 Heisman Trophy winner after leading the Tigers to a national championship in 1958. Cannon’s most memorable performance came in 1959 against Ole Miss when No. 1 LSU trailed No. 3 Ole Miss, 3-0, in the fourth quarter. He fielded a punt, broke seven tackles and returned it 89 yards for the 7-3 victory. A two-sport star during his career at LSU, Cannon also won an SEC title in the 100-meter dash as a member of the track and field team in 1958.

XAVIER CARTER

CHRIS CUMMINGS

JACK TORRANCE

A former world-record holder in the shot put, Torrance was an All-SEC offensive lineman with the Tigers from 1931-33. He earned three All-America honors in the shot put at LSU before representing his country at the infamous 1936 Olympic Games held in Nazi-controlled Berlin, Germany.

DONTE JACKSON

Carter, who came to LSU in 2004 as arguably the No. 1-ranked wide receiver recruit in the country, enjoyed the most prolific two-year career in the history of the men’s track and field program with a school-record-tying seven individual national titles and a total of 10 All-America honors.

Jackson was the lead leg of the 2017 SEC gold medal 4x100 meter relay squad helping the squad to a time of 38.71. Jackson has tallied four career interceptions, forced a fumble that he recovered and registered a sack as a junior. At the 2018 LSU football Pro Day, Jackson clocked a blazing time of 4.31 in the 40-yard dash to record the fastest 40 time in the history of LSU’s Pro Day.

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Outlook

History of the

More than 100 LSU Track & Field alumni representing six decades of excellence were on hand for the inaugural LSU Track & Field Team Awards and Alumni Recognition Banquet held April 16, 2010.

LSU TRACK & FIELD BANQUET

LSU Track & Field has set aside one weekend to serve as a true celebration of the rich history and tradition of the NCAA’s most storied track and field program as the Tigers and Lady Tigers have welcomed alumni back to Baton Rouge as part of the LSU Track & Field Team Awards and Alumni Recognition Banquet. The event has been held in each of the past five years. The program enjoyed a historic evening on the night of April 16, 2010, when it hosted the inaugural LSU Track & Field Team Awards and Alumni Recognition Banquet with a crowd of more than 500 athletes, coaches, family and alumni in attendance at the Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge. In attendance at the inaugural banquet were more than 100 LSU Track & Field alums representing six decades of the most recognized combined program in all of collegiate track and field. The event was established to recognize the current members of the LSU Track & Field program for their outstanding performance in competition, in the classroom and in the community, as well as honor the alumni who have laid the foundation of success enjoyed by the program today. The second-annual team banquet was held on Easter weekend in 2011 as the event again saw a strong alumni representation on a glorious Good Friday at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. ESPN’s Emmy award-winning track and field commentator Larry Rawson was on hand to serve as the Master of Ceremonies of the event that year. The event returned to the PMAC for two more years in 2012 and 2013 before moving over to the Carl Maddox Field House in 2014 and 2015 as the event has now established a tradition all its own.

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MEN’S AWARDS

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2010 – Caleb Williams 2011 – Horatio Williams 2012 – Riker Hylton 2013 – Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake 2014 – Vernon Norwood 2015 – Jordan Moore 2016 – Michael Cherry CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2010 – Cullen Doody 2011 – Richard Chautin 2012 – Cullen Doody 2013 – Roger Cooke 2014 – Philip Primeaux 2015 – Travis Pope 2016 – Dajour Braxton THE KENNER DAY AWARD 2010 – Barrett Nugent 2011 – Barrett Nugent 2012 – Michael Lauro 2013 – Damar Forbes 2014 – Joseph Caraway 2015 – Quincy Downing 2016 – Blair Henderon MOST IMPROVED ATHLETE AWARD 2010 – Zedric Thomas 2011 – Michael Lauro 2012 – Damar Forbes/Caleb Williams 2013 – Rodney Brown 2014 – Quincy Downing 2015 – Tremayne Acy 2016 – Fitzroy Dunkley THE KIRT BENNETT AWARD 2010 – Kyle Rose 2011 – Brandon Gordon 2012 – Brandon Gordon 2013 – Joseph Caraway 2014 – David Collins 2015 – Philip Dempsey 2016 – Morgan Wells MOST OUTSTANDING FIELD ATHLETE AWARD 2010 – Walter Henning 2011 – Walter Henning 2012 – Damar Forbes 2013 – Damar Forbes 2014 – Rodney Brown 2015 – Rodney Brown 2016 – David Collins MOST OUTSTANDING TRACK ATHLETE AWARD 2010 – Trindon Holliday 2011 – Barrett Nugent 2012 – Barrett Nugent 2013 – Aaron Ernest 2014 – Vernon Norwood 2015 – Vernon Norwood 2016 – Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2010 – Rabun Fox 2011 – Kyle Rose 2012 – Cullen Doody 2013 – Philip Dempsey 2014 – Philip Dempsey 2015 – Philip Dempsey 2016 – Christian Johnson

EYE OF THE TIGER AWARD 2010 – Richard Jones 2011 – Walter Henning 2012 – Barrett Nugent 2013 – Rodney Brown 2014 – Quincy Downing 2015 – Joshua Thompson 2016 – Cyril Grayson

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD 2010 – Lauren Saucier 2011 – Lauren Saucier 2012 – Katie Carroll 2013 – Laura Carleton 2014 – Tori Bliss 2015 – Tori Bliss 2016 – Shanice Holmes

LEJUAN SIMON PERSEVERANCE AWARD 2015 – Aaron Ernest 2016 – Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake

MOST OUTSTANDING FIELD ATHLETE AWARD 2010 – Brittani Carter 2011 – Brittani Carter 2012 – Brittani Carter 2013 – Denise Hinton 2014 – Denise Hinton 2015 – Nataliyah Friar 2016 – Rebekah Wales

L CLUB CAPTAIN AWARD 2010 – Jeremy Hicks 2011 – Walter Henning 2012 – Michael Lauro 2013 – Barrett Nugent 2014 – Jaora Johnson 2015 – Rodney Brown/Quincy Downing/Vernon Norwood 2016 – Fitzroy Dunkley, Cyril Grayson THE GLENN “SLATS” HARDIN AWARD 2010 – Walter Henning 2011 – Walter Henning 2012 – Barrett Nugent 2013 – Damar Forbes 2014 – Vernon Norwood 2015 – Vernon Norwood 2016 – Fitzroy Dunkley

WOMEN’S AWARDS

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2010 – Takeia Pinckney 2011 – Jasmin Stowers 2012 – Semoy Hackett 2013 – Natoya Goule 2014 – Nataliyah Friar 2015 – Daeshon Gordon 2016 – Kortnei Johnson CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2010 – Jenna Henssler 2011 – Laura Carleton 2012 – Leigh-Ann Naccari 2013 – Laura Carleton 2014 – Morgan Schuetz 2015 – Morgan Schuetz 2016 – Ashley Welborn ACADEMIC/ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENT 2010 – Samantha Henry 2011 – Melissa Ogbourne 2012 – Laura Carleton 2013 – Laura Carleton 2014 – Denise Hinton/Jasmin Stowers 2015 – Mikiah Brisco 2016 – Morgan Scheutz MOST IMPROVED ATHLETE AWARD 2010 – Brittany Hall 2011 – Kimberlyn Duncan 2012 – Denise Hinton 2013 – Laura Carleton 2014 – Tori Bliss/Chanice Chase 2015 – Morgan Schuetz 2016 – Ka’Lynn Jupiter

MOST OUTSTANDING TRACK ATHLETE AWARD 2010 – LaTavia Thomas 2011 – Kimberlyn Duncan 2012 – Kimberlyn Duncan 2013 – Kimberlyn Duncan/Natoya Goule 2014 – Jasmin Stowers 2015 – Aleia Hobbs 2016 – Mikiah Brisco ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2010 – Anna Lyons 2011 – Laura Carleton 2012 – Laura Carleton 2013 – Andria Aguilar 2014 – Therese Jernbeck/Chaiss Matthews 2015 – Andria Aguilar/Chaiss Matthews 2016 – Monica Guillot EYE OF THE TIGER AWARD 2010 – LaTavia Thomas 2011 – LaTavia Thomas 2012 – Charlene Lipsey 2013 – Natoya Goule 2014 – Nikita Tracey 2015 – Rebekah Wales 2016 – Morgan Schuetz LEJUAN SIMON PERSEVERANCE AWARD 2014 – Denise Hinton 2015 – Annie Simoneaux L CLUB CAPTAIN AWARD 2010 – Katelyn Rodrigue 2011 – LaTavia Thomas 2012 – Melissa Ogbourne 2013 – Rebecca Alexander 2014 – Lynnika Pitts/Jasmin Stowers 2015 – Tori Bliss 2016 – Chanice Chase, Shanice Hall MOST OUTSTANDING FEMALE PERFORMER 2010 – LaTavia Thomas 2011 – Kimberlyn Duncan 2012 – Kimberlyn Duncan 2013 – Kimberlyn Duncan 2014 – Jasmin Stowers 2015 – Tori Bliss 2016 – Mikiah Brisco

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Track and Field

OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION

The mission of the LSU Track & Field Officials’ Association is to provide track and field officiating expertise for all meets sanctioned by the LSU Track & Field Office. It seeks to provide all manner of support to the LSU Track & Field teams, coaches and staff to achieve and maintain excellence in the sport, and provide financial support to the LSU Track & Field program, provided all expenditures meet LSU and NCAA guidelines. In addition, the LSU Track & Field Officials’ Association seeks to promote the sport of track and field within the state of Louisiana and to encourage participation therein by the youth in the state.

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2018 OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER

Jeff Hoffmann Keary Ragusa Marijane Archibald Paul Stelly

2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Marijane Archibald Paul Bowman Larry Broussard Helen Coklin E.L. Gueho John Hayes Donald Heltz Jeff Hoffmann Larry Jonas Nolan LeBlanc Sr. Delores Murray Adrian Newby Keary Ragusa Paul Stelly Williams “Chip” Stirling

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PAST PRESIDENTS 1981 1982-83 1984 1985 1986 1987-89 1990 1991-93 1993-95 1996-97 1998 1999-2000 2001-02 2003-04 2005-06 2007-08 2009 2010-11 2012-13 2014-15 2015-16

Goober Morse Malcolm Bollinger Jimmy Gilbert Brad Myers Gene Hermesch Dean Landry Francis Furrate Lew Carter Jimmy Gilbert L.J. Raymond Dora Gilbert L.J. Raymond John Hayes Dwight Woosley E.L. Gueho Dwight Woosley E.L. Gueho Dwight Woosley Francis Becnel Jeff Hoffman John Hayes


An official will be considered an “active” official during any track season in which that official works three or more days at track meets hosted by LSU, including all high school and college meets normally hosted by LSU, as well as irregular meets such as the SEC and NCAA Championships. Anyone working two days or less will be considered “inactive” for a given year. Service awards are presented based on “active” years as a member of the LSU Track & Field Officials’ Association and include 5-year and 10-year pins, 15-year and 20-year plaques and a 30-year watch. Hall of Fame eligibility is granted following 10 years of service as an “active” official.

25 YEAR SERVICE AWARDS

1997

1994

Mike Boyer Vernon Dugas

2003

1999

2004

Paul Adams Malcolm Bollinger

1995

Pete Boudreaux Simon Chaisson Jimmy Gilbert

1996

Walter Banks J.C. Matthews

L.J. Matthews

1998

Warren Byrd Allen Conque Carol Conque

2001

John Desselles

2002

E.L. Gueho Bob Lewis Brad Myers Stewart Blue William “Chip” Sterling

2006

John Hayes Tony Leger William “Bill” Morris

2007

2014

2008

2015

Byron Goodwin Harold Newman

2009

Ray Taylor Frank Wolfsheimer

2010

Lew Carter Lynn Roberts

2013

Mary Dunbar Jean Broussard Johnnie Broussard

2016

John Boyer Zachary Winfield 2017 Arthur Caron Jr. Paul Stelly

Karen Hayes

LSU TRACK & FIELD OFFICIALS’ ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME Paul Adams* Marijane Archibald Walter Banks* Francis Becnel Jim “Biggie” Bickford Malcolm Bollinger* Pat Boudreaux Pete Boudreaux Mike Boyer Carol Broussard Jean Broussard Johnnie Broussard “Big Fuzz” Brown* Kirk Brown* “Little Fuzz” Brown Warren Byrd Arthur Caron Jr. Darlene Caron

Lew Carter* Simon Chiasson Helen Coklin Allen Conque Kenner Day* John Desselles Vernon Dugas Donald Dunbar* Mary Dunbar Bruce Edwards Benny Falcon Linda Falcon Russell Faust Wilbert Floyd Carl T. Ford Jr. J.B. Francioni* Francis Furrate Dora Gilbert*

Jimmy Gilbert* Byron Goodwin “Bat” Gourrier* E.L. Gueho Sherry Gueho John A. Hayes, Jr. Karen Hayes Tom Hickcox Shirley Hicks Jeffrey Hoffman Morty Hurston* T. Willie Hutchins* Bill Jolly Larry Jonas George Jones Jiji Jones Darwin Klar Dean Landry*

Leo LeBlanc* Nolan LeBlanc, Jr.* Nolan LeBlanc, Sr. Tony Leger Bob Lewis Sam Losavio Mike Lyons J.C. Matthews* Terry McClure Ralph McDade* Donald Mills William “Bill” Morris “Goober” Morse* “Legs” Murphy* Brad Myers Adrian Newby Harold Newman* Keary Ragusa

L.J. Raymond* Charles J. Roberts Clabo Roberts* Lynn Roberts “Boo” Schexnayder Irving Schexnayder Myrna Schexnayder Lynn Sherrill* John Stelly Paul Stelly Chip Sterling Ray Taylor Pat Thomas Ted Varnado Zachary Winfield Frank Wolfsheimer Dwight Woosley* * - Denotes deceased member

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Outlook

University Medal

Academic SUCCESS

Three members of the LSU Track & Field program have received the University Medal as part of commencement ceremonies since 2008, recognizing students with the highest grade-point average in their graduating class. Lady Tiger distance standout Laura Carleton (pictured) is the latest to receive the University Medal after graduating with her degree in management with a perfect 4.0 cumulative GPA. Carleton, the 2013 SEC Indoor 5k champion, also graduated in May 2013 with her Master of Business Administration while posting a 3.96 GPA in two years of graduate work.

CRITICAL TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STUDENT-ATHLETE IS AN ADEQUATE ACADEMIC FACILITY AND CAPABLE STAFF TO FURTHER THE ATHLETE’S PROGRESS. The Cox Communications Academic Center for StudentAthletes is responsible for overseeing the educational development and progress toward graduation for all student-athletes. The staff acts as a liaison between the student-athlete and the academic communities and insures that student-athletes comply with academic rules established by the University, Southeastern Conference and NCAA. The staff also coordinates academic programs designed to assist student-athletes in acquiring a quality education. “There is no better environment for a student-athlete to compete at the highest level of our sport while receiving a world-class education than we have here at LSU. We provide our young men and women with the support they need to work toward their degree and the tools to then go out and flourish in the career path they choose.”

- LSU head coach Dennis Shaver

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Anna Lyons enjoyed an outstanding four-year career with the Lady Tigers as one of the elite javelin throwers in the Southeastern Conference. On Aug. 7, 2009, Lyons was honored as a University Medal recipient during


The LSU Track & Field team led all campus sports in 2016 by having 34 of its studentathletes named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for their outstanding work in the classroom. In 12 seasons under Dennis Shaver, LSU Track & Field has had 378 selections to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. To earn honor roll honors, a student-athlete must have

WOMEN

Camille Arceneaux Danielle Avery Hannah Bourque Mikiah Brisco Madison Danna Hannah Deworth Bria Druilhet Kiersten Duncan Elizabeth Dunning Nataliyah Friar Monica Guillot Tahlaya Hardin Jalea Jackson

Erika Lewis Rebecca Little Madison McDaniel Cayla Nikodemus Bryiana Richardson Mallory Robichaux Morgan Schuetz Annie Simoneaux Naomi Smith Amy Stelly Rebekah Wales Ashley Welborn Sidnie Wilder

MEN

Chadd Burns Jaron Flournoy Blair Henderson Christian Johnson

Matthew Rhorer Ross Quinlan Daniel Tanner Jack Wilkes

2016 LSU Track & Field Like Lyons, former Lady Tiger middle distance runner Lindsay Day was also a recipient of the University Medal during commencement exercises in December of 2008 when she graduated with her degree in kinesiology. Day, who was also named the LSU Female ScholarAthlete of the Year by the Tiger Athletic

Ellen Barkemeyer Tori Bliss David Collins Kiersten Duncan Fitzroy Dunkly Elizabeth Dunning Andreas Duplantis Aaron Ernest Shanice Hall

Shanice Holmes Terry Hughes Jalea Jackson Therese Jernbeck Garret LeBouef Jordan Moore Bryan Mutell Annie Simoneaux Morgan Wells

CoSIDA Academic All-District Selections 2006 Megan Akre First Team

2007 Ryan Fontenot First Team

Anna Lyons Second Team

2009 Rabun Fox First Team

Samantha

Henry

Second Team

Anna Lyons Second Team

2010 Rachel Laurent First Team

Jenna Henssler Second Team

Melissa Ogbourne

Second Team

Katelyn Rodrigue

Second Team

Alan Sticker

2014 Andria Aguilar

2011 Laura Carleton

2012 Laura Carleton

Joseph Caraway

Rachel Laurent

Cullen Doody

Therese Jernbeck

Aaron Moore

2013 Laura Carleton

Second Team

First Team

Second Team Second Team

Melissa Ogbourne

Second Team

First Team First Team

First Team

First Team

First Team

First Team

Fitzroy Dunkley 2016 Olympic Silver

Academic All-Americans 2009 Rabun Fox Third Team

2013 Laura Carleton First Team

2014 Joseph Caraway First Team

Therese Jernbeck First Team

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“We are excited about the opportunity to compete at the Bernie Moore Track Stadium. With the installation of a Mondo FTX surface, the same surface used during recent Olympic Games, and complete renovation of the jumps and throws areas, our athletes now have one of the premier venues in the NCAA in which to compete.” - Dennis Shaver, Head Coach

Bernie Moore Track Stadium

Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Built - 1969 • Renovated - 2010 • Capacity - 5,680

Home OF THE CHAMPIONS The heart of any track and field program lies in its facility. LSU is fortunate enough to own one of the finest track facilities in America and the world in the Bernie Moore Track Stadium.

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The Tigers and Lady Tigers hosted the 2012 SEC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The stadium was named in 1971 after legendary head coach Bernie Moore, who guided the LSU Track & Field program for 18 years (1930-47) and led the Tigers to their first NCAA Championship in 1933, as well as 12 SEC crowns during his tenure. The Bernie Moore Track Stadium underwent an extensive $5 million renovation in 2010 and 2011, which included a complete resurfacing of the track, restructuring of the infield and redesign of the throws field to give the LSU teams one of the finest facilities in the country in which to compete. The track was resurfaced with Mondo FTX, which is the same surface used in the 2008 Olympic Games held in Beijing, China. In addition to the 400-meter oval, the infield also features a sprints and hurdles straightaway, each with nine lanes with 48 inches in width. The field event areas include two dual directional horizontal jump runways, four dual directional pole vault runways, two shot put areas with a total of six throws circles and one multi-purpose high jump area capable of having three high jump competitions at once.

In addition, located at the South end of the stadium are two javelin runways and two hammer and discus cages worthy of hosting competition for the nation’s premier throwers. In 1969, prior to its naming after Moore, the stadium was laid with a tartan surface making it one of a select few all-weather tracks in the United States and a perfect host site for many of the track world’s elite events. A sampling of these prestigious competitions include the NCAA Championships in 1973 and 1981, the 1982 TAC National Decathlon Championships, the 1982 Decathlon Dual Meet with West Germany, the 1984 SEC Championships and the 1984 TAC National Junior Olympics. Further renovations were completed at the Bernie Moore Track Stadium in 1987, as $1.3 million was spent to lay the nine-lane, 400-meter oval track with Rekotran in time for the NCAA Outdoor Championships. In addition, the nine-lane infield straightaway -- the first of its kind in the world -was installed. The facility’s improvements and new benefits were seen immediately as 12 NCAA meet records and three collegiate records were set at the

national meet that year. With the reputation as one of the finest track facilities in the country firmly intact, the Bernie Moore Track Stadium went on to serve as host for several more prestigious track and field events, including the 1993 National Senior Olympics and the 1993 USATF National Junior Olympics. In order to keep up with the advancements of the sport, the Bernie Moore Track Stadium once again underwent massive renovations in 1999. That year, a brand new nine-lane 400-meter oval track was laid by Martin Surfacing, the makers of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic track. In addition, the stadium’s signature nine-lane infield sprint straightaway was also resurfaced. And with its latest round of renovations completed in early 2011, the Bernie Moore Track Stadium has continued in its tradition of excellence as a perfect site for competition. Most recently, LSU played host to the 2002 NCAA Outdoor Championships, 2004 NCAA Mideast Regional Championships and 2012 SEC Outdoor Championships.

Carl Maddox Field House

The Carl Maddox Field House underwent an extensive renovation project that was completed in February 2014, transforming the indoor home of the Tigers and Lady Tigers. The newly-renovated facility features brand new locker rooms for both teams and a team meeting room featuring multimedia capabilities. The competition area features the same Mondo track surface as the Bernie Moore Track Stadium outdoors, as well as two long jump/triple jump runways, a new pole vault runway and new throwing cirlces. Fans also enjoy the inclusion of permanent bleacher seating and new concession stands now in the Carl Maddox Field House for a comfortable viewing experience.

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Locker ROOMS

Assigned Lockers

LSU’s locker rooms are each furnished with 46 full-sized lockers that are individually named for the athletes to which they have been assigned. Athletes have the peace of mind knowing their own personal belongings are secure before, during or after training and competition.

Each LSU Track & Field athlete is able to prepare for training or meet day in style with separate locker room facilities for both the Tigers and Lady Tigers. Both locker rooms are fully-equipped with flatscreen televisions installed along the walls and satellite TV for athletes to enjoy as they prepare themselves to compete.

Team Showers

Separate shower facilities have also been provided for both the men’s and women’s teams as part of the renovation project to the Carl Maddox Field House. Athletes can feel refreshed as they go to class if needing to shower after practice or as they head home after a successful meet day.

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Meeting ROOM

Podium

Coach Shaver has full view of his athletes as he talks training, trips or breaks down competition video for them using state-of-the-art multimedia on multiple flatscreen TVs installed around the room.

Opened in the spring of 2015, LSU Track & Field’s brand new meeting room in the Carl Maddox Field House is the perfect setting for head coach Dennis Shaver and his fellow coaches to address their athletes. Whether going over training and meet schedules, breaking down competition video or meeting ahead of their next road trip, the team meeting room allows coaches and athletes to always staytt on the same page. Brand new graphics were also installed in the fall of 2016 in the team room and both locker rooms that tell the story of LSU’s history at the NCAA Championships and Olympic Games.

Video Analysis

The team meeting room in the Carl Maddox Field House is fully-equipped with video analysis technology so that the Tigers and Lady Tigers can analyze their performances over the course of a season. Video is stored on remote servers and can be accessed by athlete name, meet name or season.

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Golden Tigers Dating back to Sid Bowman earning a spot on the 1928 U.S. Olympic team, LSU Track & Field has a longstanding tradition among the forefront of track and field, not only at the collegiate level, but also on the international scene. The following is a list of athletes who have competed in the Olympic Games.

KELLY WILLIE

RICHARD THOMPSON

LOLO JONES

MUNA LEE

Kelly Willie’s gold medal from the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. Willie was a member of the United States’ 4x400-meter relay team.

LSU OLYMPIANS

1928, THE IX OLYMPIAD - AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS Sid Bowman (United States)

6th-Triple Jump

1932, THE X OLYMPIAD - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Sid Bowman (United States) Glenn “Slats” Hardin (United States)

7th-Triple Jump 2nd-400 Hurdles

1936, THE XI OLYMPIAD - BERLIN, GERMANY Billy Brown (United States) Glenn “Slats” Hardin (United States) Jack Torrance (United States)

Triple Jump 1st-400 Hurdles 5th-Shot Put

1964, THE XVIII OLYMPIAD - TOKYO, JAPAN Billy Hardin (United States)

400 Hurdles

1988, THE XXIV OLYMPIAD - SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA Sheila Echols (United States) Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Angela Phipps (Canada) Mikael Olander (Sweden) Robin van Helden (The Netherlands) Schowonda Williams (United States)

1st-4x100 Relay Javelin 4x100 Relay Decathlon 800 Meters 400 Hurdles

1992, THE XXV OLYMPIAD - BARCELONA, SPAIN Kym Carter (United States) Dahlia Duhaney (Jamaica) Donalda Duprey (Canada) Sheila Echols (United States) Esther Jones (United States) Lotfi Khaida (Algeria) Claudine Williams (Jamaica) Simon Williams (United Kingdom)

11th-Heptathlon 4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles 8th-Long Jump 1st-4x100 Relay Triple Jump 4x400 Relay Discus

1996, THE XXVI OLYMPIAD - ATLANTA, GEORGIA Kirk Cummins (Barbados) Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Glenroy Gilbert (Canada) D’Andre Hill (United States) Sharon Jaklofsky (The Netherlands) David Kiptoo (Kenya) Suzette Lee (Jamaica) Joyce Melendez (Puerto Rico) Debbie Parris (Jamaica) 2000, THE XXVII OLYMPIAD - SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Valma Bass (St. Kitts & Nevis) Claston Bernard (Jamaica) Celena Clarke (Jamaica) Walter Davis (United States) Peta-Gaye Dowdie (Jamaica) Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Glenroy Gilbert (Canada) Keisha Spencer (Jamaica) Astia Walker (Jamaica)

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100 Meters Javelin 1st-4x100 Relay, 100 Meters 100 Meters 12th-Long Jump 6th-800 Meters Triple Jump 400 Hurdles 4th-400 Hurdles 100 Meters, 200 Meters, 4x100 Relay Decathlon 4x400 Relay Triple Jump 100 Meters, 4x100 Relay Javelin 4x100 Relay Triple Jump 200 Meters, 4x100 Relay

2004, THE XXVIII OLYMPIAD - ATHENS, GREECE Claston Bernard (Jamaica) Bennie Brazell (United States) Derrick Brew (United States) Marian Burnett (Guyana) Walter Davis (United States) Nadia Davy (Jamaica) Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Alleyne Francique (Grenada) Muna Lee (United States) John Moffitt (United States) Debbie Parris (Jamaica) Hazelann Regis (Grenada) LeJuan Simon (Trinidad & Tobago) Ronetta Smith (Jamaica) Kelly Willie (United States) 2008, THE XXIX OLYMPIAD - BEIJING, CHINA Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) Neisha Bernard-Thomas (Grenada) Marian Burnett (Guyana) Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Sherry Fletcher (Grenada) Alleyne Francique (Grenada) Lolo Jones (United States) Muna Lee (United States) Isa Phillips (Jamaica) Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) Siraj Williams (Liberia) Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica)

9th-Decathlon 8th-400 Hurdles 1st-4x400 Relay, 3rd-400 Meters 22nd-800 Meters 11th-Triple Jump, 23rd-Long Jump 3rd-4x400 Relay, 25th-400 Meters 6th-Javelin 4th-400 Meters 7th-200 Meters 2nd-Long Jump 10th-400 Hurdles 15th-400 Meters 36th-Triple Jump 3rd-4x400 Relay 1st-4x400 Relay 22nd-100 Meters, 4x100 Relay 21st-800 Meters 27th-800 Meters 20th-Javelin 41st-100 Meters 35th-400 Meters 7th-100 Hurdles 4th-200 Meters, 5th-100 Meters 9th-400 Hurdles 2nd-100 Meters, 1st-4x100 Relay 52nd-400 Meters 9th-400 Hurdles

2012, THE XXX OLYMPIAD - LONDON, ENGLAND Ade Alleyne-Forte (Trinidad & Tobago) 3rd-4x400 Relay Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) 6th-100 Meters, 4x100 Relay Neisha Bernard-Thomas (Grenada) 16th-800 Meters Damar Forbes (Jamaica) 19th-Long Jump Semoy Hackett (Trinidad & Tobago) 16th-100 Meters, 8th-200 Meters, 4x100 Relay Samantha Henry-Robinson (Jamaica) 2nd-4x100 Relay Riker Hylton (Jamaica) 4x400 Relay Lolo Jones (United States) 4th-100 Hurdles Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) 7th-100 Meters, 2nd-4x100 Relay Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica) 13th-400 Hurdles 2016, THE XXXI OLYMPIAD - RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) 27th-100 Meters, 5th-4x100 Relay Chanice Chase (Canada) 47th-400 Hurdles Fitzroy Dunkley (Jamaica) 24th-400 Meters, 2nd-4x400 Relay Damar Forbes (Jamaia) 12th-Long Jump Natoya Goule (Jamaica) 25th-800 Meters Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (United Kingdom) 11th-200 Meters Gabriel Mvumvure (Zimbabwe) 37th-100 Meters Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) 40th-100 Meters, 4x100 Relay Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica) 19th-100 Hurdles

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HISTORY

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1987 INDOOR - INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Angela Phipps (Canada)

6th-200 Meters

1987 OUTDOOR - ROME, ITALY

Sheila Echols (United States) Long Jump Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Javelin Robin van Helden (The Netherlands) 800 Meters Mikael Olander (Sweden) Decathlon Angela Phipps (Canada) 100 Meters, 4x100 Relay Schowonda Williams (United States) 7th-400 Hurdles

Glenroy Gilbert (Canada) D’Andre Hill (United States) Lotfi Khaida (Algeria) Danyel Mitchell (United States) Debbie Parris (Jamaica)

100 Meters 4x100 Relay Long Jump Discus 400 Hurdles

1997 INDOOR - PARIS, FRANCE Rohsaan Griffin (United States)

5th-200 Meters

1997 OUTDOOR - ATHENS, GREECE

Dawn Bowles (United States) 100 Hurdles Kym Carter (United States) 20th-Heptathlon Edgar Diaz (Puerto Rico) Pole Vault Dahlia Duhaney (Jamaica) 1st-4x100 Relay, Long Jump Donalda Duprey (Canada) 400 Hurdles, 4x400 Relay Sheila Echols (United States) Long Jump Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Javelin Sharon Jaklofsky (Australia) 19th-Heptathlon Esther Jones (United States) 200 Meters, 4x100 Relay Lotfi Khaida (Algeria) Long Jump, Triple Jump Simon Williams (United Kingdom) Discus

Dawn Bowles (United States) Kym Carter (United States) Edgar Diaz (Puerto Rico) Donalda Duprey (Canada) Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Zundra Feagin (United States) Glenroy Gilbert (Canada) D’Andre Hill (United States) Sharon Jaklofsky (The Netherlands) Suzette Lee (Jamaica) Debbie Parris (Jamaica) Kathy Rounds (United States) Cheryl Taplin (United States) Astia Walker (Jamaica)

1993 INDOOR - TORONTO, CANADA

1999 INDOOR - MAEBASHI, JAPAN

Kym Carter (United States) 5th-Pentathlon Donalda Duprey (Canada) 400 Meters, 4x400 Relay, DMR

Zundra Feagin-Alexander (United States) 200 Meters Rohsaan Griffin (United States) 6th-200 Meters

1993 OUTDOOR - STUTTGART, GERMANY

1999 OUTDOOR - SEVILLE, SPAIN

1991 OUTDOOR - TOKYO, JAPAN

Dawn Bowles (United States) 100 Hurdles Kym Carter (United States) Heptathlon Dahlia Duhaney (Jamaica) 200 Meters, 4x100 Relay Donalda Duprey (Canada) 400 Hurdles Sheila Echols (United States) Long Jump, 4x100 Relay Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Javelin Glenroy Gilbert (Canada) 2nd-100M, 200M, 4x100 Relay Reggie Jones (United States) Triple Jump Lotfi Khaida (Algeria) Triple Jump Joyce Melendez (Puerto Rico) 100 Hurdles Fabian Muyaba (Zambia) 100M, 200M, 4x100 Relay Debbie Parris (Jamaica) 400 Hurdles Daphnie Saunders (Bahamas) Long Jump Cheryl Taplin (United States) 4x100 Relay Youlanda Warren (United States) 4x400 Relay

1995 OUTDOOR - GOTEBORG, SWEDEN

Kirk Cummins (Barbados) 100 Meters Dahlia Duhaney (Jamaica) 200 Meters, 400 Meters Laverne Eve (Bahamas) Javelin Passmore Furusa (Zimbabwe) 800 Meters, 1,500 Meters

100 Hurdles Heptathlon Pole Vault 400 Hurdles Javelin 200 Meters 1st-4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay Long Jump Triple Jump 5th-400 Hurdles 800 Meters 200 Meters 100 Hurdles

Derrick Brew (United States) 4x400 Relay Peta-Gaye Dowdie (Jamaica) 3rd-4x100, 100 Meters Glenroy Gilbert (Canada) 4x100 Relay Rohsaan Griffin (United States) 200 Meters Sharon Jaklofsky (The Netherlands) Long Jump Suzette Lee (Jamaica) Triple Jump Debbie Parris (Jamaica) 8th-400 Hurdles Curtis Perry (United States) 200 Meters Gunnar Pfingsten (Germany) Shot Put Kathi Rounds (United States) 800 Meters Cheryl Taplin (United States) 4th-4x100 Relay, 100 Meters Claudine Williams (Jamaica) 5th-4x400 Relay, 400 Meters

2001 OUTDOOR - EDMONTON, ALBERTA, CANADA Valma Bass (St. Kitts & Nevis) 100M, 200M, 4x100 Relay Derrick Brew (United States) 1st-4x400 Relay Russ Buller (United States) Pole Vault Walter Davis (United States) ­­5th-Triple Jump Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 7th-400 Meters Glenroy Gilbert (Canada) 4x100 Relay Debbie Parris (Jamaica) 1st-4x400, 5th-400 Hurdles Astia Walker (Jamaica) 100 Meters, 4x100 Relay

2003 INDOOR - BIRMINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM Derrick Brew (United States) 1st-4x400 Relay Lueroy Colquhoun (Jamaica) 2nd-4x400 Relay Walter Davis (United States) 2nd-Triple Jump Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 400 Meters Ronetta Smith (Jamaica) 2nd-4x400 Relay, 400 Meters

2003 OUTDOOR - PARIS, FRANCE

Claston Bernard (Jamaica) 9th-Decathlon Derrick Brew (United States) 1st-4x400 Relay Walter Davis (United States) 7th-Long Jump Laverne Eve (Bahamas) 8th-Javelin Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 8th-400 Meters Hazelann Regis (Grenada) 400 Meters Ronetta Smith (Jamaica) 2nd-4x400, 13th-400 Meters

2004 INDOOR - BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

Valma Bass (St. Kitts & Nevis) 27th-60 Meters Marian Burnett (Guyana) 13th-800 Meters Lueroy Colquhoun (Jamaica) 1st-4x400 Relay Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 1st-400 Meters Ronetta Smith (Jamaica) 5th-4x400 Relay, 13th-400 Meters

2005 OUTDOOR - HELSINKI, FINLAND

Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) 18th-100 Meters Claston Bernard (Jamaica) Decathlon Neisha Bernard-Thomas (Grenada) 27th-800 Meters Derrick Brew (United States) 1st-4x400 Relay Marian Burnett (Guyana) 33rd-800 Meters Walter Davis (United States) 1st-Triple Jump, 19th-Long Jump Laverne Eve (Bahamas) 10th-Javelin Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 13th-400 Meters Muna Lee (United States) 1st-4x100, 7th-100 Meters Debbie Parris (Jamaica) 14th-400 Hurdles Hazelann Regis (Grenada) 28th-400 Meters Ronetta Smith (Jamaica) 2nd-4x400, 25th-400 Meters

2006 INDOOR - MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Marian Burnett (Guyana) 19th-800 Meters Walter Davis (United States) 1st-Triple Jump Alleyne Francique (Grenada) 1st-400 Meters Ronetta Smith (Jamaica) 5th-4x400 Relay, 15th-400 Meters

2007 OUTDOOR - OSAKA, JAPAN Marian Burnett (Guyana) 20th-800 Meters Walter Davis (United States) 3rd-Triple Jump, Long Jump Laverne Eve (Bahamas) 21st-Javelin

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2017 OUTDOOR - LONDON, ENGLAND Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (Great Britain) Michael Cherry (United States) Kelly-Ann Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) Kimberlyn Duncan (United States) Cassandra Tate (United States) Travia Jones (Canada) Damar Forbes (Jamaica)

1st-4x100 Relay, 4th-200 Meters 2nd-4x400 Relay 6th-4x100 Relay, 8th-100 Meters 6th-200 Meters 7th-400 Hurdles 11th-4x400 Relay 12th-Long Jump

WORLD RECORD HOLDERS * = also American record

INDOOR

Derrick Brew (far right) was on gold-medal 4x400-meter relay teams at the World Championships and Goodwill Games in 2001, World Championships in 2003 and Olympic Games in 2004.

Sherry Fletcher (Grenada) Alleyne Francique (Grenada) Lolo Jones (United States) Isa Phillips (Jamaica) Hazelann Regis (Grenada) Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica)

2008 INDOOR - VALENCIA, SPAIN Marian Burnett (Guyana) Alleyne Francique (Grenada) Lolo Jones (United States) John Moffitt (United States)

2009 OUTDOOR - BERLIN, GERMANY Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) Neisha Bernard-Thomas (Grenada) Marian Burnett (Guyana) Walter Davis (United States) Muna Lee (United States) Gabriel Mvumvure (Zimbabwe) Isa Phillips (Jamaica) Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica)

2010 INDOOR – DOHA, QATAR Lolo Jones (United States)

2011 OUTDOOR - DAEGU, SOUTH KOREA Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) Walter Davis (United States) Damar Forbes (Jamaica) Semoy Hackett (Trinidad & Tobago) Riker Hylton (Jamaica) Gabriel Mvumvure (Zimbabwe) Isa Phillips (Jamaica) Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica)

2013 OUTDOOR - MOSCOW, RUSSIA Kimberlyn Duncan (United States) Damar Forbes (Jamaica) Natoya Goule (Jamaica) Gabriel Mvumvure (Zimbabwe) Isa Phillips (Jamaica) Richard Thompson (Trinidad & Tobago) Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica)

2014 INDOOR - SOPOT, POLAND Damar Forbes (Jamaica) Gabriel Mvumvure (Zimbabwe) Cassandra Tate (United States)

2015 OUTDOOR - BEIJING, CHINA Kelly Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) Rodney Brown (United States) Damar Forbes (Jamaica) Natoya Goule (Jamaica) Vernon Norwood (United States) Cassandra Tate (United States)

2016 INDOOR - PORTLAND, OREGON Kelly-Ann Baptiste (Trinidad & Tobago) Fitzroy Dunkley (Jamaica) Natoya Goule (Jamaica) Gabriel Mvumvure (Zimbabwe) Vernon Norwood (United States)

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10th-200 Meters 17th-400 Meters 6th-100 Hurdles 17th-400 Hurdles 39th-400 Meters 31st-100 Meters 4th-400 Hurdles 800 Meters 400 Meters 1st-60 Hurdles Long Jump 9th-100 Meters, 13th-200 Meters 28th-800 Meters 21st-800 Meters 22nd-Triple Jump 4th-200 Meters, 10th-100 Meters 59th-200 Meters 9th-400 Hurdles 2nd-4x100 Relay, 5th-100 Meters 10th-400 Hurdles

Jack Torrance (1935)* Sheldon Blockburger (1987)* Tananjalyn Stanley, Cheryl Wilson, Schowonda Williams, Julie Lewis (1987)* Cheryl Wilson, Opal Cunningham, Sylvia Brydson, Dawn Sowell (1989)

OUTDOOR

Glenn “Slats” Hardin (1932)* Al Moreau (1933)* Glenn “Slats” Hardin (1934)* Glenn “Slats” Hardin (1934)* Glenn “Slats” Hardin (1934)* Jack Torrance (1934)* Jack Torrance (1934)* Jack Torrance (1934)* Jack Torrance (1934)* Jack Torrance (1934)* Al Moreau (1935)* Schowonda Williams, Cheryl Wilson, Carlette Smith, Alicia Bass (1986)* Mikael Olander (1986) Mikael Olander (1987) Mikael Olander (1987) Enno Tjepkema (1989) Donalda Duprey, Mary Cobb, Dawn Bowles, Cinnamon Sheffield (1991)

Shot Put (53-1 1/2) Pentathlon (4,451 points) 4x60-Yard Hurdle Relay (31.1) 4x400 Relay (3:33.98) 400 Hurdles (51.9) 120 Hurdles (14.2) 220 Hurdles (22.7) 400 Hurdles (51.8) 400 Hurdles (50.6) Shot Put (53-5 3/4) Shot Put (53-6 1/2) Shot Put (55-1 1/2) Shot Put (55-5) Shot Put (57-1) 110 Hurdles (14.2) 4x100 Shuttle Hurdle Relay (56.2) Decathlon Javelin (244-3) Decathlon Javelin (247-0) Decathlon Javelin (247-11) Decathlon Javelin (248-10) 4x100 Shuttle Hurdle Relay (53.0)

AMERICAN RECORD HOLDERS

In addition to asterisked record holders above, these athletes hold or have held records at one time.

INDOOR 1st-60 Hurdles 3rd-100 Meters, 4th-4x100 Relay 22nd-Triple Jump 20th-Long Jump 4th-4x100 Relay, 10th-100 Meters 3rd-4x400 Relay, 24th-400 Meters 28th-200 Meters, 43rd-100 Meters 10th-400 Hurdles 10th-100 Meters, 6th-4x100 Relay 17th-400 Hurdles 13th-200 Meters 8th-Long Jump 18th-800 Meters 19th-100 Meters 13th-400 Hurldes 18th-100 Meters, 7th-4x100 Relay 8th-400 Hurdles

Danyel Wofford-Simmons, Sylvia Brydson, Wendy Truvillion, Schowonda Williams (1987) Bruce Reid (1989) Dawn Sowell (1989) Dawn Sowell (1989) Rohsaan Grifffin (1999) Zundra Feagin (1999) Lolo Jones (2010)

OUTDOOR

Lana Zimmerman (1983) Tananjalyn Stanley, Sylvia Brydson, Esther Jones, Dawn Sowell (1989) D’Andre Hill, Karen Boone, Eureka Hall, Cheryl Taplin (1994)

4x400 Relay (3:35.49) Pentathlon (4,399) 60 Meters (7.16) 200 Meters (22.87) 200 Meters (20.32) 4x400 Relay (3:27.59) 60 Hurdles (7.72) Heptathlon 800 Meters (2:08.15) 4x200 Relay (1:32.57) 4x200 Relay (1:32.55)

15th-Long Jump 11th-60 Meters 1st-4x400 Relay 6th-100 Meters, 3rd-4x100 Relay Discus 26th-Long Jump 33rd-800 Meters 18th-400 Meters, 1st-4x400 Relay 3rd-400 Hurdles 10th-60 Meters 11th-400 Meters, 4th-4x400 Relay 17th-800 Meters T18th-60 Meters 400 Meters, 1st-4x400 Relay

Lady Tiger great Lolo Jones became the new American record holder in the 60-meter hurdles on March 13, 2010, as she clocked 7.72 to defend her IAAF World Indoor Championships gold medal in the event. She broke Gail Devers’ 7-year-old record of 7.74 held since 2003.

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NCAA Champions

HISTORY

ALLEYNE FRANCIQUE

MEN’S NCAA INDOOR CHAMPIONS 1965

Leland Albright

Weight Throw (77-3 3/4)

Walter Henning

Weight Throw (72-8 1/2)

2014

1992 Tom Lange

Walter Henning

60 Hurdles (7.29)

1,000 Meters (2:20.51)

Darrell Bush Quincy Downing Cyril Grayson Vernon Norwood

4x400 Relay (3:04.01) 4x400 Relay (3:04.01) 4x400 Relay (3:04.01) 4x400 Relay (3:04.01)

High Jump (7-6 1/2)

Russ Buller

Vernon Norwood Pole Vault (18-8 1/4)

2001 Lueroy Colquhoun Walter Davis Alleyne Francique Robert Parham Pedro Tunon

4x400 Relay (3:04.44) Triple Jump (55-5) 4x400 Relay (3:04.44) 4x400 Relay (3:04.44) 4x400 Relay (3:04.44)

2002 Walter Davis Alleyne Francique

Triple Jump (56-6 1/2) 400 Meters (45.58)

400 Meters (45.31)

2016 LaMar Bruton Michael Cherry Fitzroy Dunkley Cyril Grayson

4x400 Relay (3:04.28) 4x400 Relay (3:04.28) 4x400 Relay (3:04.28) 4x400 Relay (3:04.28)

2017 Johnnie Jackson

Weight Throw (75-0 3/4)

WOMEN’S NCAA INDOOR CHAMPIONS 1985

Christine Slythe

2003 Bennie Brazell Pete Coley Marlon Greensword Kelly Willie

4x400 Relay (3:04.79) 4x400 Relay (3:04.79) 4x400 Relay (3:04.79) 4x400 Relay (3:04.79)

2004 John Moffitt LeJuan Simon

Long Jump (26-9 3/4) Triple Jump (55-11 3/4)

2006 Xavier Carter Reggie Dardar Melville Rogers Kelly Willie

400 Meters (45.28) 4x400 Relay (3:04.01) 4x400 Relay (3:04.01) 4x400 Relay (3:04.01) 4x400 Relay (3:04.01)

Richard Thompson

1,000 Meters (2:42.23)

1987 Sylvia Brydson Sheila Echols Wendy Truvillion Schowonda Williams Danyel Wofford

4x400 Relay (3:35.49) Long Jump (21-6) 4x400 Relay (3:35.49) 4x400 Relay (3:35.49) 4x400 Relay (3:35.49)

1989 Sylvia Brydson Opal Cunningham Dawn Sowell Tananjalyn Stanley Cheryl Wilson

4x400 Relay (3:33.98) 4x400 Relay (3:33.98) 55 Meters (6.62) 200 Meters (22.96) 4x400 Relay (3:33.98) 55 Hurdles (7.47) 4x400 Relay (3:33.98)

1991

2008 60 Meters (6.51)

Mary Cobb

Dahlia Duhaney Indira Hamilton Danyel Mitchell Daphnie Saunders Heather Van Norman Youlanda Warren

55 Hurdles (7.61)

4x400 Relay (3:33.63) 4x400 Relay (3:33.63) Shot Put (55-5 3/4) Long Jump (21-2 3/4) 4x400 Relay (3:33.63) 4x400 Relay (3:33.63)

1994

Daphnie Saunders

Long Jump (22-1)

1995 Youlanda Warren

2015 2000

ASTIA WALKER

1993

2010 2011

1987 Robin van Helden

DAWN SOWELL

600 Yards (1:10.0)

1976 Allen Misher

LEJUAN SIMON

400 Meters (52.39)

1996 Kim Carson D’Andre Hill Charlene Maulseed Sheila Powell LaTarsha Stroman Astia Walker

55 Hurdles (7.44) 55 Meters (6.69) 4x400 Relay (3:32.53) 4x400 Relay (3:32.53) 4x400 Relay (3:32.53) 4x400 Relay (3:32.53)

1997 Suzette Lee LaTarsha Stroman

Triple Jump (46-9) 400 Meters (52.77)

1998 Kwajalein Butler

55 Meters (6.78)

1999 Joyce Bates Peta-Gaye Dowdie

60 Hurdles (8.02) 200 Meters (22.83)

2000 Keisha Spencer

Triple Jump (46-1 1/2)

2002 Marian Burnett Muna Lee Nicole Toney

800 Meters (2:05.33) 200 Meters (22.82) Triple Jump (45-0 1/4)

2003 Lolo Jones Muna Lee

60 Hurdles (8.00) 60 Meters (7.17) 200 Meters (22.61)

2004

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MUNA LEE Muna Lee

60 Meters (7.21)

SIMON WILLIAMS

1964 Billy Hardin

2006 Juanita Broaddus Deonna Lawrence Brooklynn Morris Cynetheia Rooks

4x400 Relay (3:29.33) 4x400 Relay (3:29.33) 4x400 Relay (3:29.33) 4x400 Relay (3:29.33)

Kelly Baptiste Deonna Lawrence Brooklynn Morris LaTavia Thomas Nickiesha Wilson

60 Meters (7.17) 4x400 Relay (3:31.14) 4x400 Relay (3:31.14) 800 Meters (2:05.07) 4x400 Relay (3:31.14) 4x400 Relay (3:31.14)

Delmon McNabb

Javelin (263-5)

120 Hurdles (13.91)

Kimberlyn Duncan

200 Meters (22.85)

Eric Reid

4x400 Relay (3:04.67) 4x400 Relay (3:04.67) 4x400 Relay (3:04.67) 4x400 Relay (3:04.67)

110 Hurdles (13.51)

1988

2012 Rebecca Alexander Jonique Day Kimberlyn Duncan Siedda Herbert Cassandra Tate

4x400 Relay (3:31.89) 4x400 Relay (3:31.89) 200 Meters (22.74) 4x400 Relay (3:31.89) 4x400 Relay (3:31.89)

Mikael Olander

Kimberlyn Duncan Natoya Goule

200 Meters (22.58) 800 Meters (2:02.00)

MEN’S NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONS 1933

Matt Gordy Glenn “Slats” Hardin Jack Torrance

Pole Vault (14-0) 440 Yards (47.1) 220 Hurdles (22.9) Shot Put (52-10)

Decathlon (8,021)

1989 John Nichols

Discus (208-1)

1990 Llewellyn Starks

2013

Long Jump (26-5 3/4)

1991 Terry Thornton Simon Williams

10,000 Meters (28:25.92) Shot Put (61-4)

1992 Reggie Jones Chris King Jason Sanders Bryant Williams

4x100 Relay (38.70) 4x100 Relay (38.70) 4x100 Relay (38.70) 4x100 Relay (38.70)

1993

1934 Glenn “Slats” Hardin Jack Torrance

440 Yards (47.0) 220 Hurdles (22.7) Shot Put (54-6 9/16)

1941 Billy Brown

Long Jump (24-7 3/8)

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Reggie Jones Glenroy Gilbert Chris King Fabian Muyaba

4x100 Relay (38.70) 4x100 Relay (38.70) 4x100 Relay (38.70) 4x100 Relay (38.70)

Decathlon (8,172)

Rohsaan Griffin

200 Meters (20.24)

Curtis Perry

200 Meters (20.40)

1999 LeVar Anderson

Triple Jump (56-2)

2000 Russ Buller

Pole Vault (18-4 1/2)

2001 Walter Davis

Triple Jump (54-4)

2002 Claston Bernard Bennie Brazell Pete Coley Walter Davis Robert Parham

Decathlon (8,094) 4x100 Relay (38.48) 4x100 Relay (38.48) Long Jump (26-6 1/4) Triple Jump (56-10 3/4) 4x100 Relay (38.48) 4x100 Relay (38.48)

2003 Bennie Brazell Pete Coley Robert Parham Kelly Willie

4x100 Relay (38.65) 4x400 Relay (3:02.01) 4x100 Relay (38.65) 4x400 Relay (3:02.01) 4x100 Relay (38.65) 4x400 Relay (3:02.01) 4x100 Relay (38.65) 4x400 Relay (3:02.01)

2004 John Moffitt

Long Jump (27-6 3/4)

2005

1994 Eddie Kennison Fabian Muyaba

Mario Sategna

1998

1979

1987

2011

4x100 Relay (38.91) 4x100 Relay (38.91)

1996

1975

Efrem Coley Greg Hill Pearson Jordan ReVey Scott

Derrick Thymes Bryant Williams

1995

1967

Larry Shipp

2008

400 Hurdles (50.2)

4x100 Relay (38.91) 4x100 Relay (38.91)

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Bennie Brazell Xavier Carter Reggie Dardar

4x400 Relay (2:59.59) 4x400 Relay (2:59.59) 4x400 Relay (2:59.59)


NCAA Champions

HISTORY

In 2006, Xavier Carter won four individual titles at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, joining Ohio State’s Jesse Owens in 1935 and 1936 as the only collegiate athletes to accomplish the feat.

Kelly Willie

4x400 Relay (2:59.59)

2006 Xavier Carter Reggie Dardar Melville Rogers Marvin Stevenson Richard Thompson Siraj Williams Kelly Willie

100 Meters (10.09) 400 Meters (44.53) 4x100 Relay (38.44) 4x400 Relay (3:01.58) 4x400 Relay (3:01.58) 4x400 Relay (3:01.58) 4x100 Relay (38.44) 4x400 Relay (3:01.58) 4x100 Relay (38.44) 4x400 Relay (3:01.58) 4x100 Relay (38.44) 4x400 Relay (3:01.58)

400 Hurdles (48.51)

2008 Armanti Hayes Trindon Holliday Gabriel Mvumvure Richard Thompson

4x100 Relay (38.42) 4x100 Relay (38.42) 4x100 Relay (38.42) 100 Meters (10.12) 4x100 Relay (38.42)

2009 Trindon Holliday

100 Meters (10.00)

Hammer Throw (238-10)

2011 Barrett Nugent

110 Hurdles (13.28w)

2012 Shermund Allsop Aaron Ernest Barrett Nugent Keyth Talley

4x100 Relay (38.38) 4x100 Relay (38.38) 4x100 Relay (38.38) 4x100 Relay (38.38)

2013 Damar Forbes

Long Jump (27-4 3/4w)

2015 Quincy Downing Fitzroy Dunkley

Tremayne Acy LaMar Bruton Michael Cherry Fitzroy Dunkley Cyril Grayson Jaron Flournoy Renard Howell Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake

4x400 Relay (3:01.96) 4x400 Relay (3:01.96)

4x100 Relay (38.44) 4x400 Relay (3:00.69) 4x400 Relay (3:00.69) 4x400 Relay (3:00.69) 4x400 Relay (3:00.69) 4x100 Relay (38.44) 4x100 Relay (38.44) 4x100 Relay (38.44)

WOMEN’S NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONS 1985

Camille Cato Sheila Echols Michelle King Michele Morris Angela Phipps Wendy Truvillion Schowonda Williams

4x400 Relay (3:30.29) 4x100 Relay (43.82) 4x100 Relay (43.82) 4x100 Relay (43.82) 4x400 Relay (3:30.29) 4x100 Relay (43.82) 4x400 Relay (3:30.29) 4x400 Relay (3:30.29)

1987 Sheila Echols Laverne Eve

Long Jump (22-9 1/4) Javelin (182-5 1/4)

1988 Schowonda Williams

2010 Walter Henning

4x400 Relay (3:01.96) 400 Meters (45.10) 4x400 Relay (3:01.96)

2016

2007 Isa Phillips

Cyril Grayson Vernon Norwood

In 2008, Kelly Baptiste became the fifth Lady Tiger in the program’s storied history to win the 100-meter title at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

400 Hurdles (55.53)

1989 Esther Jones Cinnamon Sheffield Dawn Sowell Tananjalyn Stanley

4x100 Relay (42.50) 4x100 Relay (42.50) 100 Meters (10.78) 200 Meters (22.04) 4x100 Relay (42.50) 100 Hurdles (12.70) 4x100 Relay (42.50)

1990 Dawn Bowles Esther Jones Cinnamon Sheffield Tananjalyn Stanley

4x100 Relay (43.99) 100 Meters (11.14w) 200 Meters (22.49) 4x100 Relay (43.99) 4x100 Relay (43.99) 4x100 Relay (43.99)

1991 Dawn Bowles Sharon Jaklofsky

100 Hurdles (12.70) Heptathlon (5,732)

1992 Dawn Bowles Dahlia Duhaney Cinnamon Sheffield Cheryl Taplin

4x100 Relay (43.03) 200 Meters (22.80) 4x100 Relay (43.03) 4x100 Relay (43.03) 4x100 Relay (43.03)

1993 Indira Hamilton Danyel Mitchell Debbie Parris Daphnie Saunders Cheryl Taplin Heather Van Norman Youlanda Warren

4x400 Relay (3:27.97) Discus (186-6) 400 Hurdles (56.37) 4x100 Relay (43.49) 4x400 Relay (3:27.97) Long Jump (22-2 1/2) 4x100 Relay (43.49) 4x100 Relay (43.49) 4x400 Relay (3:27.97) 4x100 Relay (43.49) 4x400 Relay (3:27.97)

1994 Zundra Feagin D’Andre Hill Gai Kapernick Danyel Mitchell Debbie Parris Cheryl Taplin

4x100 Relay (43.26) 4x100 Relay (43.26) High Jump (6-2 1/4) Discus (193-10) 400 Hurdles (55.54) 4x100 Relay (43.26) 4x100 Relay (43.26)

1995 Kwajalein Butler Zundra Feagin D’Andre Hill Marita Hunt Charlene Maulseed Sheila Powell LaTarsha Stroman Youlanda Warren

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HISTORY

D’ANDRE HILL

NEISHA BERNARD-THOMAS Kenyanna Wilson

1996

2006

Kwajalein Butler Kim Carson Zundra Feagin D’Andre Hill Suzette Lee Astia Walker

4x100 Relay (43.03) 100 Hurdles (12.82) 200 Meters (22.44) 4x100 Relay (43.03) 100 Meters (11.03) 4x100 Relay (43.03) Triple Jump (45-1) 4x100 Relay (43.03)

1997 Kwajalein Butler Peta-Gaye Dowdie Suzette Lee LaTarsha Stroman Sa’Donna Thornton Astia Walker

4x100 Relay (43.17) 4x100 Relay (43.17) Triple Jump (45-8) 400 Meters (50.60) 4x100 Relay (43.17) 100 Hurdles (12.85) 4x100 Relay (43.17)

1999 Claudine Williams

800 Meters (2:03.38)

2000 Joyce Bates Peta-Gaye Dowdie Keisha Spencer

Meisue Francis Deonna Lawrence Brooklynn Morris Cynetheia Rooks

2012 4x400 Relay (3:25.78) 4x400 Relay (3:25.78) 4x400 Relay (3:25.78) 4x400 Relay (3:25.78)

100 Meters (11.20) 4x400 Relay (3:28.07) 4x400 Relay (3:28.07) 4x400 Relay (3:28.07) 4x400 Relay (3:28.07)

2008 Kelly Baptiste Nickiesha Wilson

Kimberlyn Duncan Cassandra Tate

100 Meters (11.20) 400 Hurdles (54.45)

200 Meters (22.86) 400 Hurdles (55.22)

2013 Kimberlyn Duncan Natoya Goule

2007 Sherry Fletcher Deonna Lawrence Cynetheia Rooks LaTavia Thomas Nickiesha Wilson

4x100 Relay (42.64)

200 Meters (22.04w) 800 Meters (2:00.06)

2016 Mikiah Brisco Rushell Harvey Kortnei Johnson Jada Martin

4x100 Relay (42.65) 4x100 Relay (42.65) 4x100 Relay (42.65) 4x100 Relay (42.65)

2017 Mikiah Brisco

100 Meters (10.96)

2011 Rebecca Alexander Kimberlyn Duncan Semoy Hackett

4x100 Relay (42.64) 200 Meters (22.24) 4x100 Relay (42.64) 4x100 Relay (42.64)

100 Hurdles (12.85) 200 Meters (22.51) Triple Jump (45-10)

2001 Myra Combs Stephanie Durst Muna Lee Sa’Donna Thornton

4x100 Relay (43.35) 4x100 Relay (43.35) 4x100 Relay (43.35) 4x100 Relay (43.35)

2003 Stephanie Durst Monique Hall Lolo Jones Muna Lee

4x100 Relay (42.55) 4x100 Relay (42.55) 4x100 Relay (42.55) 4x100 Relay (42.55)

2004 Neisha Bernard-Thomas Nadia Davy Stephanie Durst Monique Hall Lolo Jones Muna Lee Hazelann Regis

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800 Meters (2:02.86) 4x400 Relay (3:25.26) 4x400 Relay (3:25.26) 4x100 Relay (42.61) 4x100 Relay (42.61) 4x400 Relay (3:25.26) 4x100 Relay (42.61) 4x100 Relay (42.61) 4x400 Relay (3:25.26)

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NCAA Champions

HISTORY

MEN’S CAREER NCAA TITLES NAME (YEARS) Xavier Carter (2005-06) Kelly Willie (2003-06) Walter Davis (2001-02) Bennie Brazell (2002-05) Pete Coley (2001-05) Cyril Grayson (2013-16) Glenn “Slats” Hardin (1933-34) Vernon Norwood (2014-15) Robert Parham (2001-04) Richard Thompson (2005-08) Reggie Dardar (2005-08) Fitzroy Dunkley (2013-16) Walter Henning (2009-11) LaMar Bruton (2016-present) Russ Buller (1997-2000) Michael Cherry (2016-present) Quincy Downing (2012-15) Alleyne Francique (2001-02) Trindon Holliday (2006-09) Reggie Jones (1992-93) Chris King (1992-93) John Moffitt (2003-04) Fabian Muyaba (1993-94) Barrett Nugent (2009-12) Melville Rogers (2006-07) Marvin Stevenson (2004-07) Jack Torrance (1933-34) Bryant Williams (1992, 1994)

INDOOR 2 2 3 1 1 2 0 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

OUTDOOR 5 5 3 4 3 2 4 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2

TOTAL 7 7 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

There are 45 Tigers tied with one NCAA title each.

WOMEN’S CAREER NCAA TITLES NAME (YEARS) Kimberlyn Duncan (2010-13) Muna Lee (2001-04) D’Andre Hill (1994-96) Dawn Sowell (1989) Debbie Parris (1993-94) Youlanda Warren (1991-95) Kwajalein Butler (1995-98) Zundra Feagin (1992, 1994-96) Esther Jones (1989-90) Deonna Lawrence (2005-08) Tananjalyn Stanley (1989-90) LaTarsha Stroman (1994-97) Astia Walker (1996-98) Dawn Bowles (1990-92) Peta-Gaye Dowdie (1997-2000) Dahlia Duhaney (1992-93) Stephanie Durst (2001-04) Sheila Echols (1985-87) Monique Hall (2003-04) Lolo Jones (2001-04) Suzette Lee (1996-97) Danyel Mitchell (1993-94) Brooklynn Morris (2005-08) Cynetheia Rooks (2006-07) Daphnie Saunders (1993-94) Cinnamon Sheffield (1989-90) Cheryl Taplin (1992-94) LaTavia Thomas (2007-10) Heather Van Norman (1993) Schowonda Williams (1987-88) Nickiesha Wilson (2007-08) Mikiah Brisco (2015-Present) Rebecca Alexander (2011-12) Kelly Baptiste (2005-08) Joyce Bates (1999-2000) Neisha Bernard-Thomas (2003-04) Juanita Broaddus (2006-08) Sylvia Brydson (1987-88) Kim Carson (1993-96) Natoya Goule (2013) Indira Hamilton (1993) Charlene Maulseed (1995-96) Michelle Morris (1985) Sheila Powell (1994-96) Keisha Spencer (1999-2000) Cassandra Tate (2009-12) Sa’Donna Thornton (1997-98, 2000) Wendy Truvillion (1985-87)

INDOOR 3 4 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1

OUTDOOR 4 3 5 3 5 3 3 4 4 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1

There are 31 Lady Tigers tied with one NCAA title each.

Seven-Time National Champions

Xavier Carter, Kelly Willie (left), Kimberlyn Duncan (right) and Muna Lee hold the LSU career record for individual NCAA event championships with seven national titles during their collegiate careers.

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TOTAL 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2


SEC Champions

HISTORY 1986

The following is a list of LSU athletes who have captured first-place honors at the SEC Championships in program history. In parenthesis is the winning time or distance of each champion.

Bob Dielis Mark Fowler Raven Lewis Mike Smith Robin van Helden Bernard Whyte Ricky Wright

MEN’S SEC INDOOR CHAMPIONS 1957

Joe Blanchard Harry Carpenter Tommy Dukes Robert Mack Jerry Moore King Mott Ernest Wall

60 Low Hurdles (7.3) 300 Yards (32.1) Mile Relay (3:33.5) High Jump (6-0) Long Jump (22-10) Mile Relay (3:33.5) Pole Vault (13-5 1/2) 880 Yards (2:04.4) Mile Relay (3:33.5) Mile Relay (3:33.5)

1987 Sheldon Blockburger Bob Dielis Mark Fowler Paul Marmaro Robin van Helden

Frank Mazza Bruce Reid Robin van Helden

Pole Vault (13-6)

PASSMORE FURUSA

1963 (BEGINNING OF SEC INDOOR) James Andrews Ron Hernandez Larry Shirey

Pole Vault (14-0) Shot Put (55-11 1/2) Mile (4:26.7)

1965 Leland Albright Pete Boudreaux Randy Geyer

600 Yards (1:13.6) Pole Vault (15-1 1/2) High Jump (6-4)

James Epps Ted Heroman Bob Smith

Robert Cavanaugh Randy Geyer

600 Yards (1:14.2) High Jump (6-4)

1967 David Eckert

Pole Vault (15-0 1/2)

1973

Al Coffee

1,000 Meters (2:08.3)

1974 Larry Shipp Bob Smith

60 Hurdles (7.1) 1,000 Meters (2:10.1)

1975 Larry Shipp Bob Smith

1969

600 Meters (1:10.8) High Jump (6-8) 800 Meters (1:52.4)

60 Hurdles (7.0) 1,000 Meters (2:09.4)

60 Meters (6.3)

1976

1970 Al Coffee

60 Meters (6.2)

1971 Al Coffee James Epps Marc Spangenberg Lloyd Wills

Mile Relay (3:17.00) 600 Yards (1:11.7) Mile Relay (3:17.00) Mile Relay (3:17.00) Mile Relay (3:17.00)

Jim Davis Larry Shipp

880 Yards (1:52.5) 60 Hurdles (7.0)

Shot Put (60-0 1/4) Pentathlon (4,147) Mile (4:09.56)

1989 Bruce Reid Terry Thornton

1972

Bob Smith

1966

Pentathlon (4,451) 4x800 Relay (7:27.66) 4x800 Relay (7:27.66) 4x800 Relay (7:27.66) 1,000 Meters (2:21.47) 4x800 Relay (7:27.66)

1988

1961 Joe Harris

4x800 Relay (7:32.93) 4x800 Relay (7:32.93) 4x800 Relay (7:32.93) Three-Mile (13:46.98) 880 Yards (1:50.31) 4x800 Relay (7:32.93) 440 Yards (47.47) Pole Vault (17-5 1/2)

Pentathlon (4,399) 5,000 Meters (14:06.39)

1990 Mark Elliott Bruce Reid Llewellyn Starks Slip Watkins Simon Williams

5,000 Meters (13:46.14) Pentathlon (4,182) Long Jump (25-8 3/4) 55 Meters (6.25) 200 Meters (21.31) Shot Put (63-1 1/4)

1991 Sherman Morris

55 Hurdles (7.31)

1992 Chris King Tom Lange Earl Marcelle David Singoei Derrick Thymes

4x400 Relay (3:08.96) High Jump (7-2 1/2) 4x400 Relay (3:08.96) 4x400 Relay (3:08.96) 4x400 Relay (3:08.96)

1994

1978

Passmore Furusa

Jim Davis Willie Turner

Mile (4:10.36)

880 Yards (1:52.5) 60 Meters (6.25)

1979 ReVey Scott

440 Yards (48.22)

1980 Chris Duhon Eugene McCain Mike Quigley ReVey Scott

Pole Vault (16-3) Long Jump (25-7) Two-Mile (8:45.00) 440 Yards (48.20)

1981 Joe Maciejczyk Eugene McCain

Shot Put (66-0 1/4) Long Jump (25-3 1/4)

1982 Larey Weaver

High Jump (7-0 1/4)

1983 Mark Rose

Pole Vault (17-0)

1984 Bobby Beck Greg Rappe

Mile (4:06.70) Pole Vault (17-3)

1985 LARRY SHIPP

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Robin van Helden

880 Yards (1:50.31)

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SEC Champions

HISTORY 2003 John Moffitt Daniel Trosclair

Long Jump (26-6 1/4) Pole Vault (17-6 1/2)

2004 Bennie Brazell Pete Coley Siraj Williams Kelly Willie

4x400 Relay (3:06.79) 4x400 Relay (3:06.79) 4x400 Relay (3:06.79) 400 Meters (46.12) 4x400 Relay (3:06.79)

2005 Kelly Willie

60 Meters (6.69)

2006 Edwin Billot Xavier Carter Reggie Dardar Melville Rogers Kelly Willie

Heptathlon (5,504) 400 Meters (46.98) 4x400 Relay (3:09.67) 4x400 Relay (3:09.67) 4x400 Relay (3:09.67) 200 Meters (21.01) 4x400 Relay (3:09.67)

2007 BENNIE BRAZELL

Reggie Dardar Jamaal James

400 Meters (46.11) 800 Meters (1:49.08)

DAWN SOWELL

2008 1995 Rohsaan Griffin Eddie Kennison Milton Mallard Regan Nichols

200 Meters (21.00) 4x400 Relay (3:10.87) 4x400 Relay (3:10.87) 4x400 Relay (3:10.87) 4x400 Relay (3:10.87)

1996 Rohsaan Griffin Eddie Kennison Regan Nichols Steve Pettes Bert Rareshide

200 Meters (20.76) 4x400 Relay (3:07.72) 4x400 Relay (3:07.72) 4x400 Relay (3:07.72) 4x400 Relay (3:07.72) 60 Hurdles (7.77)

200 Meters (21.29)

200 Meters (21.21)

1999 LeVar Anderson Derrick Brew Russ Buller

2009 Walter Henning Trindon Holliday Robert Simmons

Weight Throw (74-5 1/2) 60 Meters (6.58) 400 Meters (46.22)

2010 Walter Henning Richard Jones Barrett Nugent

Weight Throw (78-1) 800 Meters (1:47.78) 60 Hurdles (7.65)

Walter Henning

Weight Throw (73-8)

2012

1998 Jermaine Grant

800 Meters (1:48.18) Mile (3:59.85) 3,000 Meters (7:57.76) 60 Meters (6.59)

2011

1997 Byron Logan

Elkana Kosgei John Kosgei Richard Thompson

Triple Jump (54-8 1/4) 400 Meters (46.69) Pole Vault (18-2 1/2)

Ade Alleyne-Forte Riker Hylton Keyth Talley Caleb Williams

4x400 Relay (3:06.48) 4x400 Relay (3:06.48) 4x400 Relay (3:06.48) 4x400 Relay (3:06.48)

2013 Aaron Ernest

200 Meters (20.53)

2000 Derrick Brew Russ Buller Lueroy Colquhoun Wynand Dempers Deryell Patterson Marcus Thomas

4x400 Relay (3:08.40) Pole Vault (18-4 1/2) 4x400 Relay (3:08.40) 4x400 Relay (3:08.40) 4x400 Relay (3:08.40) Long Jump (26-3 3/4)

4x400 Relay (3:06.73) Long Jump (26-8 1/2) Triple Jump (53-7 1/4) 4x400 Relay (3:06.73) 4x400 Relay (3:06.73) 4x400 Relay (3:06.73)

Pentathlon (4,350) 4x400 Relay (3:04.75) 4x400 Relay (3:04.75) Triple Jump (56-2 1/2) 400 Meters (45.35) 4x400 Relay (3:04.75) 4x400 Relay (3:04.75)

200 Meters (20.69)

2016 Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Jordan Moore

200 Meters (20.53) 60 Hurdles (7.60)

WOMEN’S SEC INDOOR CHAMPIONS 1985

Camille Cato Sharon Clarke Sheila Echols Muffy McLeod Leslie Nixon Christine Slythe Danyel Wofford Lana Zimmerman

4x800 Relay (8:51.66) Triple Jump (40-8 1/2) Long Jump (20-4 1/2) Distance Medley Relay (11:37.24) 4x800 Relay (8:51.66 Distance Medley Relay (11:37.24) 1,000 Meters (2:27.13) Mile (4:38.67) 4x800 Relay (8:51.66) Distance Medley Relay (11:37.24) Distance Medley Relay (11:37.24) 4x800 Relay (8:51.66)

1986 Sharon Clarke Claire Connor Schowonda Williams Teresa Williford

Sylvia Brydson Kym Carter Sheila Echols Teresa Williford Cheryl Wilson

Triple Jump (42-7) Long Jump (20-2 1/2) 600 Meters (1:19.22) Shot Put (55-2 1/2)

500 Meters (1:11.74) High Jump (6-0 3/4) Long Jump (21-11 3/4) Shot Put (51-10) Pentathlon (3,994)

1988 Sylvia Brydson Opal Cunningham Rhonda Phillips Schowonda Williams Danyel Wofford

2002 Claston Bernard Pete Coley Lueroy Colquhoun Walter Davis Alleyne Francique Robert Parham

Aaron Ernest

1987

2001 Lueroy Colquhoun Walter Davis Alleyne Francique Robert Parham Pedro Tunon

2015

4x400 Relay (3:38.70) 4x400 Relay (3:38.70) Pentathlon (3,677) 500 Meters (1:12.21) 4x400 Relay (3:38.70) 4x400 Relay (3:38.70)

1989

WALTER HENNING

Sylvia Brydson Opal Cunningham

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500 Meters (1:11.84) 800 Meters (2:07.68) 4x400 Relay (3:40.02) 400 Meters (54.55) 4x400 Relay (3:40.02)

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SEC Champions Roslyn Rucker Dawn Sowell Tananjalyn Stanley Cheryl Wilson

1990

Esther Jones Cinnamon Sheffield Laurie Trapp

1991

Dahlia Duhaney Camille Jackson Esther Jones

1992

Sharon Jaklofsky Danyel Mitchell Heather Van Norman

HISTORY

4x400 Relay (3:40.02) 55 Meters (6.58) 200 Meters (22.87) 4x400 Relay (3:40.02) 55 Hurdles (7.68) Pentathlon (4,002)

Brooklynn Morris Hazelann Regis

2006

Megan Akre Juanita Broaddus Deonna Lawrence Brooklynn Morris Cynetheia Rooks

200 Meters (23.45) 55 Hurdles (7.69) Shot Put (46-11 1/2)

2007

Shaunette Davidson Deonna Lawrence Brooklynn Morris Jessica Ohanaja Cynetheia Rooks LaTavia Thomas

Long Jump (20-10 3/4) Triple Jump (42-0 3/4) 200 Meters (23.95) Pentathlon (4,212) Shot Put (50-3 1/2) 400 Meters (53.05)

2008 ANDREA LINTON

1993

Gai Kapernick Danyel Mitchell Daphnie Saunders Cheryl Taplin Youlanda Warren

1994

Danyel Mitchell Debbie Parris Daphnie Saunders

1995

Karen Boone Zundra Feagin Gai Kapernick Sheila Powell LaTarsha Stroman Youlanda Warren

1996

Kim Carson D’Andre Hill Suzette Lee

High Jump (6-0) Shot Put (51-10) Long Jump (20-10) Triple Jump (42-8 1/4) 55 Meters (6.76) 400 Meters (54.19) Shot Put (54-5 1/2) 400 Meters (54.05) Long Jump (22-4 1/2) Triple Jump (43-5 3/4) Long Jump (19-11 3/4) 4x400 Relay (3:37.40) High Jump (5-9 1/4) 4x400 Relay (3:37.40) 4x400 Relay (3:37.40) 4x400 Relay (3:37.40) 60 Hurdles (8.05) 60 Meters (7.21) 200 Meters (23.42) Triple Jump (44-8 1/4)

1997

Carmis Franks Eureka Hall Suzette Lee LaTarsha Stroman

4x400 Relay (3:35.72) 4x400 Relay (3:35.72) Triple Jump (45-10 1/2) 400 Meters (52.45)

Astia Walker

1998

Myra Combs Peta-Gaye Dowdie Gretchen Francois Carmis Franks Somalia Lindsay Astia Walker

1999

Joyce Bates Celena Clarke Myra Combs Peta-Gaye Dowdie Monique Freeman Keisha Spencer Claudine Williams

2000

Peta-Gaye Dowdie Keisha Spencer

2001

Muna Lee Bianca Rockett Sa’Donna Thornton

2002

Marian Burnett Lolo Jones Muna Lee

2003

Marian Burnett Lolo Jones Muna Lee Hazelann Regis

2004

Neisha Bernard-Thomas Nadia Davy Monique Hall Lolo Jones Muna Lee Hazelann Regis

2005 SHARON JAKLOFSKY

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Neisha Bernard-Thomas Deonna Lawrence

4x400 Relay (3:35.72) 200 Meters (23.23) 4x400 Relay (3:35.72) 4x400 Relay (3:40.95) 4x400 Relay (3:40.95) High Jump (6-0) 4x400 Relay (3:40.95) 4x400 Relay (3:40.95) 200 Meters (23.15) 55 Hurdles (7.61) 4x400 Relay (3:32.06) 4x400 Relay (3:32.06) 200 Meters (22.99) 4x400 Relay (3:32.06) Long Jump (21-2) High Jump (5-11 1/4) Triple Jump (43-3) 4x400 Relay (3:32.06) 60 Meters (7.28) 200 Meters (23.06) Triple Jump (46-0 1/2) 200 Meters (23.36) Triple Jump (43-3) 60 Meters (7.29) 800 Meters (2:06.20) 60 Hurdles (8.21) 60 Meters (7.26) 200 Meters (22.91) 800 Meters (2:05.42) 55 Hurdles (7.57) 200 Meters (23.26) 400 Meters (52.80) 4x400 Relay (3:29.42) 4x400 Relay (3:29.42) 4x400 Relay (3:29.42) 60 Hurdles (8.08) 60 Meters (7.17) 400 Meters (51.13) 4x400 Relay (3:29.42) 4x400 Relay (3:29.06) 4x400 Relay (3:29.06)

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Kelly Baptiste Deonna Lawrence Andrea Linton Brooklynn Morris Jessica Ohanaja LaTavia Thomas Nickiesha Wilson

2009

Samantha Henry Rachel Laurent

2010

4x400 Relay (3:29.06) 200 Meters (23.02) 4x400 Relay (3:29.06) Pentathlon (3,971) 4x400 Relay (3:32.20) 4x400 Relay (3:32.20) 4x400 Relay (3:32.20) 4x400 Relay (3:32.20) Pentathlon (3,896) 4x400 Relay (3:29.86) 4x400 Relay (3:29.86) 60 Hurdles (8.03) 4x400 Relay (3:29.86) 800 Meters (2:05.76) 4x400 Relay (3:29.86) 60 Meters (7.13) 4x400 Relay (3:31.89) Triple Jump (44-6 1/4) 4x400 Relay (3:31.89) 60 Hurdles (8.11) 800 Meters (2:06.56) 4x400 Relay (3:31.89) 4x400 Relay (3:31.89) 60 Meters (7.21) 200 Meters (23.45) Pole Vault (14-0 1/2)

Brittani Carter

High Jump (5-11 1/4)

2011 Brittani Carter Jen Clayton Kimberlyn Duncan Jasmin Stowers

High Jump (6-0 3/4) Long Jump (20-3 1/2) 200 Meters (22.78) 60 Hurdles (8.12)

2012

Rebecca Alexander Jonique Day Kimberlyn Duncan Siedda Herbert Jasmin Stowers Cassandra Tate

2013

Laura Carleton Kimberlyn Duncan Denise Hinton Charlene Lipsey Jasmin Stowers

2014

Denise Hinton

2015

Tori Bliss

2016

Mikiah Brisco Morgan Schuetz

2017

Jada Martin Aleia Hobbs Travia Jones Jada Martin Rachel Misher Kymber Payne

400 Meters (52.77) 4x400 Relay (3:34.02) 200 Meters (23.07) 4x400 Relay (3:34.02) 4x400 Relay (3:34.02) 60 Hurdles (8.03) 4x400 Relay (3:34.02) 5,000 Meters (16:18.20) 60 Meters (7.24) 200 Meters (22.54) Weight Throw (69-6 1/4) 800 Meters (2:02.48) 60 Hurdles (8.06) Weight Throw (73-11) Shot Put (60-1) 60 Meters (7.18) 60 Hurdles (8.05) 800 Meters (2:05.68) 60 Meters (7.21) 200 Meters (22.99) 4x400 Relay (3:31.50) 4x400 Relay (3:31.50) 4x400 Relay (3:31.50) 4x400 Relay (3:31.50)


SEC Champions

HISTORY Sal Torros Halliburton Ware Jake Waterer

Mile Relay (3:16.5) 220 Yards (21.8) 120 Hurdles (14.5)

1939 Billy Brown Dick Burge Frank Church Dan Rachal Sal Torros

Broad Jump (23-8 1/4) Mile Relay (3:19.7) 880 Yards (1:56.2) Mile Relay (3:19.7) Mile Relay (3:19.7) Mile Relay (3:19.7)

1940 Billy Brown Frank Church J.C. Devall Don Siple

100 Meters (9.9) 220 Yards (22.5) Broad Jump (22-0) 440 Yards (47.0) 880 Yards (1:57.1) High Jump (5-11) Pole Vault (13-0)

1941 AL MOREAU

MEN’S SEC OUTDOOR CHAMPIONS 1933

Johnny Boughton Bill David Matt Gordy Glenn “Slats” Hardin Al Moreau Ted O’Neal E. Scarborough Jack Torrance

Mile Relay (3:21.6) High Jump (6-3) Pole Vault (13-3 1/8) 440 Yards (47.3) 220 Hurdles (23.3) Mile Relay (3:21.6) 120 Hurdles (14.4) Mile Relay (3:21.6) Mile Relay (3:21.6) Shot Put (49-5 5/8) Discus (149-0 1/2)

1934 Buddy Blair Johnny Boughton George Fisher Glenn “Slats” Hardin Red Lehman Ted O’Neal John Sanders E. Scarborough Jack Torrance

Javelin (199-2 3/4) Mile Relay (3:22.6) 120 Hurdles (14.7) 440 Yards (46.8) 220 Hurdles (23.4) 880 Yards (1:55.6) Mile Relay (3:22.6) Mile Relay (3:22.6) Two-Mile (9:51.5) Mile Relay (3:22.6) Shot Put (53-6 1/2) Discus (147-5 1/2)

Billy Brown Oris Erwin Jim Gilliland Woodrow Holland Al Sanders

100 Meters (9.5) 220 Yards (20.6) 220 Hurdles (24.1) Broad Jump (24-2 1/2) Mile Relay (3:18.4) 880 Yards (1:58.2) Mile Relay (3:18.4) 120 Hurdles (14.7) Mile Relay (3:18.4) Mile Relay (3:18.4)

1944

1942 Oris Erwin Jim Gilliland Woodrow Holland Felix Jumonville Delwin Laguens Al Sanders

440 Yards (48.3) Mile Relay (3:26.4) 120 Hurdles (14.7) Mile Relay (3:26.4) Mile Relay (3:26.4) Broad Jump (22-4 3/4) Mile Relay (3:26.4)

1943 Jeff Burkett Buddy Frank Robert Percy Leo Pourciau

High Jump (6-0) Pole Vault (11-8) 100 Meters (10.2) 220 Yards (22.8) Pole Vault (11-8)

Broad Jump (23-4 1/2) Javelin (195-2 3/4) 440 Yards (47.2) 220 Hurdles (23.4) High Jump (6-4) 880 Yards (1:55.2) Two-Mile (9:54.3)

John Breathwit Carroll Butler Tom Dickey Herb Graves Jim Loflin Bobby Lowther Bill Yerger

Pole Vault (12-6) Shot Put (47-3 3/4)

Pole Vault (13-4 1/4) High Jump (6-3) Shot Put (47-11 5/8)

Mile Relay (3:16.5) Mile Relay (3:16.5) Mile Relay (3:16.5) High Jump (6-3 13/16)

100 Meters (9.8) 220 Yards (21.8) Javelin (188-5 3/4) High Jump (5-11 3/4)

100 Meters (9.8) 220 Yards (21.6) Broad Jump (22-2 1/4) High Jump (5-11 3/4) Pole Vault (12-6) Javelin (195-7) High Jump (5-11 3/4)

Mile Relay (3:20.1) Mile Relay (3:20.1) 440 Yards (48.2) Mile Relay (3:20.1) Discus (149-1) Javelin (187-6) Pole Vault (12-6) Mile Relay (3:20.1)

1948

1938 Dick Burge Frank Church Dan Rachal Fred Shelton

Tom Dickey Gene Knight James Pickett

1947

1937 Arnold Bryan Hiney Kent Gordon Lester

Mile Relay (3:27.6) Broad Jump (22-0 3/4) Two-Mile (10:13.2) Mile Relay (3:27.6) High Jump (5-11) Mile Relay (3:27.6) 220 Yards (21.9) 220 Hurdles (24.9) Mile Relay (3:27.6)

1945

Tom Dickey Ronnie Knecht Bobby Lowther James Pickett

1936 Arnold Bryan Ben Friend

Al Bourgeois Marty Broussard Fabio DeOliverio Clyde Love James Pickett Willard Bill Yerger

1946

1935 Buddy Blair Glenn “Slats” Hardin Hiney Kent Ted O’Neal John Sanders

BILLY BROWN

NATHAN “BUDDY” BLAIR

Carroll Butler Bill Covington Tom Dickey Herb Graves Ronnie Knecht Bobby Lowther Frank Sullwood

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Mile Relay (3:19.5) Mile Relay (3:19.5) 440 Yards (48.4) Mile Relay (3:19.5) Discus (152-5 1/4) High Jump (6-5 7/8) Javelin (195-5 1/4) Mile Relay (3:19.5)

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SEC Champions

HISTORY

1949 Al Bourgeois John Breathwit Bill Covington Frank Sullwood Harold Voss

Dave McDonald Jack O’Neil Roy Tregre

Mile Relay (3:18.9) Mile Relay (3:18.9) Mile Relay (3:18.9) 440 Yards (48.1) Mile Relay (3:18.9) Shot Put (45-6)

1962 Billy Hardin Ron Hernandez

1950 John Breathwit Bill Covington Frank Sullwood John Venable

Mile Relay (3:18.8) 440 Yards (48.7) Mile Relay (3:18.8) Mile Relay (3:18.8) Mile Relay (3:18.8)

1951 John Brock Bill Covington Bob Holleman Joe Preston John Venable

Mile Relay (3:21.7) 440 Yards (48.7) Mile Relay (3:21.7) Mile Relay (3:21.7) 100 Meters (9.8) 220 Yards (21.3) Mile Relay (3:21.7)

1952 Charles Johnson Fred Nordier

100 Meters (9.9) Broad Jump (21-11 1/4) Pole Vault (13-3)

1953 Clayton James Paul Adams Charles Smith Herman Sweeney

Mile Relay (3:20.4) Mile Relay (3:20.4) Mile Relay (3:20.4) Mile Relay (3:20.4)

1954 Joe Childress Charles Henningan Clayton James Charles Smith Lee Yoder

Javelin (196-3 3/4) Mile Relay (3:20.6) Mile Relay (3:20.6) Mile Relay (3:20.6) Mile Relay (3:20.6)

1955 Joe May

Javelin (192-6)

440 Relay (41.7) 440 Relay (41.7) Mile Relay (3:17.8) Javelin (206-4)

BILLY HARDIN 1956 Harry Carpenter John Davis Bobby Mack Joe May Bob Westerman

220 Yards (21.0) 220 Hurdles (23.1) 440 Relay (43.0) Broad Jump (23-1 1/4) 440 Relay (43.0) 440 Relay (43.0) 440 Relay (43.0)

1957 Nathan Blair Harry Carpenter Tommy Dukes Jerry Moore King Mott Ernest Wall

Mile Relay (3:20.4) 220 Yards (21.5) 220 Hurdles (23.7) Mile Relay (3:20.4) High Jump (6-3 1/2) Broad Jump (24-1 1/2) Pole Vault (13-6) 440 Yards (47.9) Mile Relay (3:20.4) Mile Relay (3:20.4)

1958 Billy Cannon Jack Griswold King Mott Carl Seefield Ernest Wall Wayne Young

100 Meters (9.9) Discus (140-4 1/2) Mile Relay (3:19.2) Mile Relay (3:19.2) 880 Yards (1:55.4) Mile Relay (3:19.2) Mile Relay (3:19.2)

Mile Relay (3:13.5) Pole Vault (14-0) High Jump (6-4 3/4) 330 Hurdles (37.1) Mile Relay (3:13.5) Shot Put (54-2) Discus (157-7) 440 Yards (46.8) Mile Relay (3:13.5) Mile (4:14.7) Mile Relay (3:13.5)

1964 Leland Albright Buddy Hamic Billy Hardin Ron Hernandez

880 Yards (1:52.9) Javelin (219-4 1/2) 120 Hurdles (13.9) 330 Hurdles (36.9) Shot Put (55-11 3/4) Discus (163-11 1/2)

1965 Leland Albright Robert Cavanaugh Mike Dougherty David Eckert Randy Geyer Delmon McNabb George Porter

Mile Relay (3:13.3) Mile Relay (3:13.3) Mile Relay (3:13.3) Pole Vault (14-7) High Jump (6-10 1/2) Javelin (225-11) Mile Relay (3:13.3)

1966 Sammy Grezaffi

100 Meters (9.5)

1967 Carl Hight Delmon McNabb

100 Meters (9.8) 220 Yards (21.4) Javelin (224-7)

1968 Carl Hight

100 Meters (9.6)

1969

1959 Lloyd Engerson Ralph Fabian Jesse Featheree

1963 Leland Albright James Andrews Randy Geyer Billy Hardin Ron Hernandez Jack O’Neil Larry Shirey Robert Yates

100 Meters (10.0) 120 Hurdles (14.3) 220 Hurdles (23.0) Shot Put (56-0)

Broad Jump (22-5 1/2) 100 Meters (10.0) 220 Yards (21.4) 220 Hurdles (22.8) Pole Vault (13-4)

Al Coffee

440 Yards (45.6)

1960 Doug Constant Ralph Fabian Jim Fornaris Joe Harris Ross LeFevre

220 Yards (21.8) 440 Relay (42.1) 440 Relay (42.1) 440 Relay (42.1) Pole Vault (14-1 1/2) 440 Relay (42.1)

1961

BILLY CANNON

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Bo Campbell Doug Constant Jesse Featheree Jim Fornaris Joe Harris

Mile Relay (3:17.8) 100 Meters (9.6) 220 Yards (21.0) 440 Relay (41.7) Mile Relay (3:17.8) Pole Vault (14-4 1/4) 440 Relay (41.7) Mile Relay (3:17.8) Pole Vault (14-4 1/4)

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SEC Champions

HISTORY 1970 Al Coffee Mark Lumpkin

220 Yards (20.8) 440 Yards (46.2) Discus (177-4)

1971 Al Coffee James Epps Tim Olack Lloyd Wills

Mile Relay (3:09.4) Mile Relay (3:09.4) Mile Relay (3:09.4) 440 Yards (46.7) Mile Relay (3:09.4)

1972 Al Coffee Ted Heroman Bob Smith Greg Stephens John Stewart Lloyd Wills

100 Meters (9.7) High Jump (6-11) 880 Yards (1:47.6) 440 Yards (46.4) Mile (4:03.2) 440 Yards (46.4)

1973 Tim Olack Bob Smith Greg Stephens Lloyd Wills

Mile Relay (3:08.5) Mile Relay (3:08.5) Mile Relay (3:08.5) Mile Relay (3:08.5)

1974 Larry Shipp Bob Smith

Ernest Marvin Orlando McDaniel

Triple Jump (52-5 1/4) 110 Hurdles (13.8)

1982 Greg Duplantis Joe Maciejczyk Larey Weaver

Pole Vault (17-0) Shot Put (65-7) High Jump (7-3 3/4)

1983 Greg Rappe

Pole Vault (17-0 3/4)

1985 Bernard Williams

Stuart Mee Mikael Olander Robin van Helden

1989

1980

110 Hurdles (13.73)

Decathlon (7,737) Pole Vault (17-8 1/2) 800 Meters (1:48.61)

1987

Pole Vault (17-2) 440 Hurdles (50.6) 120 Hurdles (13.4) 880 Yards (1:49.4)

Javelin (225-10) Long Jump (26-1 1/2)

1995

Sheldon Blockburger Greg Duplantis Robin van Helden

1988

1979 Gray Barrow Eugene McCain

1986

120 Hurdles (13.7) Mile (4:03.0)

1975 Bob Anding Carey Schimpf Larry Shipp Bob Smith

TOM LANGE

3,000 Steeplechase (8:49.26) Decathlon (7,815) 1,500 Meters (3:43.44)

John Nichols Mikael Olander Bernard Williams

Discus (188-0) Decathlon (8,126) 400 Hurdles (50.16)

Mark Elliott Bengt Jarlsjo Frank Mazza John Nichols Llewellyn Starks Robin van Helden

10,000 Meters (29:05.56) Decathlon (7,384) Shot Put (59-3 1/2) Discus (205-9) Long Jump (26-3 3/4) 1,500 Meters (3:48.32)

1990 Magnus Bengtsson Tom Lange John Nichols Terry Thornton Simon Williams

3,000 Steeplechase (8:46.76) High Jump (7-5 3/4) Discus (197-9) 10,000 Meters (28:47.15) Shot Put (60-10 3/4)

1991 Mark Morris Simon Williams

Javelin (229-2) Shot Put (62-10 3/4) Discus (193-8)

1992 Reggie Jones Chris King John Nichols Jason Sanders David Singoei Bryant Williams

4x100 Relay (39.24) 4x100 Relay (39.24) Discus (191-7) 4x100 Relay (39.24) 400 Hurdles (50.69) 4x100 Relay (39.24)

1993 Derrick Farrell Glenroy Gilbert Reggie Jones Chris King Fabian Muyaba

Discus (192-5) 200 Meters (20.88) 4x100 Relay (39.17) Triple Jump (55-7 3/4) 4x100 Relay (39.17) 4x100 Relay (39.17) 100 Meters (10.21) 4x100 Relay (39.17)

1994

JOHN NICHOLS

Passmore Furusa Eddie Kennison Fabian Muyaba Mario Sategna Derrick Thymes Bryant Williams

3,000 Steeplechase (8:51.6) 4x100 Relay (38.92) 4x100 Relay (38.92) Decathlon (7,489) 4x100 Relay (38.92) 4x100 Relay (38.92)

Passmore Furusa Rohsaan Griffin Eddie Kennison Regan Nichols Steve Pettes

1,500 Meters (3:39.71) 4x400 Relay (3:05.94) 4x400 Relay (3:05.94) 400 Hurdles (49.80) 4x400 Relay (3:05.94) 4x400 Relay (3:05.94)

1996 Mike Alridge Chris Cummings Kirk Cummins Rohsaan Griffin Byron Logan Regan Nichols Steve Pettes

4x400 Relay (3:06.37) 4x100 Relay (39.23) 4x100 Relay (39.23) 200 Meters (20.68) 4x100 Relay (39.23) 4x400 Relay (3:06.37) 4x100 Relay (39.23) 400 Hurdles (50.28) 4x400 Relay (3:06.37) 4x400 Relay (3:06.37)

1997 Russ Buller Chris Cummings

Pole Vault (18-4 1/2) 100 Meters (10.26) 200 Meters (20.91)

1998 Mike Alridge Russ Buller Jermaine Grant Byron Logan Curtis Perry

4x100 Relay (38.69) Pole Vault (17-9 3/4) 4x100 Relay (38.69) 100 Meters (10.15) 200 Meters (20.41) 4x100 Relay (38.69) 4x100 Relay (38.69)

1999 Claston Bernard Derrick Brew Russ Buller

Decathlon (7,444) 400 Meters (44.29) Pole Vault (17-4 1/2)

2000 Claston Bernard Derrick Brew Russ Buller Blake Theriot Marcus Thomas

Decathlon (7,706) 400 Meters (44.70) Pole Vault (17-11) Javelin (231-8) Triple Jump (54-6 3/4)

2001 Claston Bernard Pete Coley Lueroy Colquhoun Walter Davis Alleyne Francique Robert Parham

Decathlon (8,024) 4x400 Relay (3:03.63) 4x400 Relay (3:03.63) Long Jump (26-9 1/4w) Triple Jump (55-11) 4x400 Relay (3:03.63) 4x400 Relay (3:03.63)

2002 Lueroy Colquhoun Walter Davis

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400 Hurdles (48.91) Long Jump (26-5 3/4) Triple Jump (56-2 1/2)

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HISTORY

2003 John Moffitt

Long Jump (25-10)

2004 Kelly Willie

400 Meters (45.16)

2005 Xavier Carter Kelly Willie

200 Meters (20.16) 400 Meters (45.51)

2006 Xavier Carter Reggie Dardar Melville Rogers Marvin Stevenson Richard Thompson Siraj Williams Kelly Willie

200 Meters (20.20) 400 Meters (45.26) 4x100 Relay (39.35) 4x400 Relay (3:05.98) 4x400 Relay (3:05.98) 4x100 Relay (39.35) 4x400 Relay (3:05.98) 4x100 Relay (39.35) 4x400 Relay (3:05.98) 4x100 Relay (39.35)

TANANJALYN STANLEY

2007 Armanti Hayes Trindon Holliday Jamaal James Chad Radgowski Melville Rogers Marvin Stevenson Siraj Williams

4x400 Relay (3:03.62) 100 Meters (10.08) 800 Meters (1:47.00) Javelin (239-8) 4x400 Relay (3:03.62) 4x400 Relay (3:03.62) 4x400 Relay (3:03.62)

2008 Elkana Kosgei Armanti Hayes Trindon Holliday Gabriel Mvumvure Richard Thompson

800 Meters (1:47.05) 4x100 Relay (38.67) 4x100 Relay (38.67) 4x100 Relay (38.67) 100 Meters (9.93) 200 Meters (20.23) 4x100 Relay (38.67)

2012 Barrett Nugent

1987 4x100 Relay (38.98) Discus (203-1) 4x100 Relay (38.98) 4x100 Relay (38.98) Long Jump (27-4 1/4w) 4x100 Relay (38.98)

2015 Rodney Brown Julian Parker

Discus (208-4) 800 Meters (1:46.17)

2016

2009 Walter Henning Trindon Holliday

Hammer Throw (229-5) 100 Meters (10.01)

2010 Walter Henning Richard Jones Barrett Nugent

Hammer Throw (229-5) 800 Meters (1:46.81) 110 Hurdles (13.56)

2011 Walter Henning Barrett Nugent

Hammer Throw (225-4) 110 Hurdles (13.61w)

Tremayne Acy LaMar Bruton Michael Cherry Fitzroy Dunkley Jaron Flournoy Cyril Grayson Renard Howell Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Jordan Moore

4x100 Relay (38.33) 4x400 Relay (3:00.48) 4x400 Relay (3:00.48) 4x400 Relay (3:00.48) 4x100 Relay (38.33) 4x400 Relay (3:00.48) 4x100 Relay (38.33) 100 Meters (10.16) 200 Meters (19.95) 4x100 Relay (38.33) 110 Hurdles (13.53)

2017 Jaron Flournoy Donte Jackson Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Tinashe Mutanga

4x100 Relay (38.71) 4x100 Relay (38.71) 4x100 Relay (38.71) 4x100 Relay (38.71)

WOMEN’S SEC OUTDOOR CHAMPIONS 1984

Teresa Williford

Shot Put (52-6 1/2)

800 Meters (2:03.57) Long Jump (21-5 1/2) 4x100 Relay (44.47) 4x100 Relay (44.47) Triple Jump (42-0) 4x100 Relay (44.47) 4x100 Relay (44.47) 400 Hurdles (56.66)

1986

TRINDON HOLLIDAY

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Sharon Clarke Schowonda Williams

Kym Carter Laverne Eve Schowonda Williams

Shot Put (47-9) Javelin (204-9) 400 Hurdles (56.25)

1988 Zina Age Jackie Bobien Sylvia Brydson Cheryl Coker Claire Connor Opal Cunningham Esther Jones Julie Lewis Leslie Nixon Rhonda Phillips Tananjalyn Stanley Schowonda Williams Danyel Wofford Tammie Young

4x100 Relay (44.23) 4x400 Relay (3:34.85) 4x400 Relay (3:34.85) Javelin (165-10) Long Jump (21-3 1/2) 4x400 Relay (3:34.85) 4x100 Relay (44.23) Triple Jump (42-0) High Jump (5-11 3/4) Heptathlon (5,128) 4x100 Relay (44.23) 400 Hurdles (58.17) 4x100 Relay (44.23) 4x400 Relay (3:34.85)

1989 Sylvia Brydson Opal Cunningham Donalda Duprey Esther Jones Roslyn Rucker Cinnamon Sheffield Dawn Sowell Tananjalyn Stanley Cheryl Wilson

800 Meters (2:03.75) 4x400 Relay (3:35.83) 4x400 Relay (3:35.83) 4x400 Relay (3:35.83) 4x100 Relay (43.86) 4x400 Relay (3:35.83) 4x100 Relay (43.86) 100 Meters (11.32) 200 Meters (22.87) 4x100 Relay (43.86) 100 Hurdles (13.26) 4x100 Relay (43.86) Heptathlon (5,671)

1990

1985 Camille Cato Sharon Clarke Sheila Echols Michelle King Julie Lewis Rose Lofton Angela Phipps Schowonda Williams

Shot Put (48-10 3/4) Heptathlon (5,627)

110 Hurdles (13.40w)

2013 Shermund Allsop Rodney Brown Aaron Ernest Damar Forbes Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake

CHERYL TAPLIN Teresa Williford Cheryl Wilson

Long Jump (20-7 3/4) Triple Jump (42-8) 400 Hurdles (57.64)

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Dawn Bowles Esther Jones Cinnamon Sheffield Tananjalyn Stanley

4x100 Relay (44.25) 100 Meters (11.15) 200 Meters (23.19) 4x100 Relay (44.25) 4x100 Relay (44.25) 100 Hurdles (12.92) 4x100 Relay (44.25)

1991 Dawn Bowles Mary Cobb Dahlia Duhaney Sharon Jaklofsky

4x100 Relay (43.77) 100 Hurdles (13.17) Long Jump (20-8) 4x100 Relay (43.77) Heptathlon (5,969)


SEC Champions

HISTORY Esther Jones Danyel Mitchell Cheryl Taplin

100 Meters (11.35) 200 Meters (23.23) 4x100 Relay (43.77) Shot Put (48-0 3/4) 4x100 Relay (43.77)

Celena Clarke Myra Combs Peta-Gaye Dowdie Sa’Donna Thornton

4x100 Relay (43.89) 200 Meters (23.04) 4x100 Relay (43.89) Heptathlon (5,904) Shot Put (53-9) 4x100 Relay (43.89) 4x100 Relay (43.89)

1999

Triple Jump (44-3 1/4) Heptathlon (5,628) High Jump (6-0 1/2) Shot Put (54-1 1/4) Discus (187-2) 400 Hurdles (57.50) Long Jump (22-6 1/4) 100 Meters (11.08) 400 Meters (52.23)

2000

1992 Dawn Bowles Dahlia Duhaney Sharon Jaklofsky Danyel Mitchell Cinnamon Sheffield Cheryl Taplin

1993 Camille Jackson Sharon Jaklofsky Gai Kapernick Danyel Mitchell Debbie Parris Daphnie Saunders Cheryl Taplin Youlanda Warren

1994 Zundra Feagin Eureka Hall Gai Kapernick Danyel Mitchell Debbie Parris Sheila Powell Cheryl Taplin

4x400 Relay (3:34.72) 4x400 Relay (3:34.72) High Jump (6-0 1/2) Shot Put (53-6 1/2) Discus (194-4) 100 Hurdles (13.11w) 400 Hurdles (56.82) 4x400 Relay (3:34.72) 4x400 Relay (3:34.72) 100 Meters (11.14)

1995 Kwajalein Butler Kim Carson Zundra Feagin D’Andre Hill Marita Hunt Charlene Maulseed Sheila Powell Youlanda Warren

4x100 Relay (43.68) 100 Hurdles (13.23) 200 Meters (22.84) 4x100 Relay (43.68) 4x400 Relay (3:32.67) 100 Meters (11.10) 4x100 Relay (43.68) Long Jump (21-5 1/2) 4x400 Relay (3:32.67) 4x400 Relay (3:32.67) 400 Meters (51.61) 4x100 Relay (43.68) 4x400 Relay (3:32.67)

1996 Kwajalein Butler Kim Carson Zundra Feagin D’Andre Hill Suzette Lee Astia Walker

4x100 Relay (43.19) 100 Hurdles (12.72) 200 Meters (22.71) 4x100 Relay (43.19) 100 Meters (11.19) 4x100 Relay (43.19) Triple Jump (45-10 3/4) 4x100 Relay (43.19)

High Jump (5-10 1/2) 100 Meters (11.28) 4x100 Relay (43.59) 4x100 Relay (43.59) Triple Jump (43-2 1/4) 4x100 Relay (43.59) 200 Meters (22.69) 100 Hurdles (12.82) 4x100 Relay (43.59)

1998 Valma Bass Kwajalein Butler

4x100 Relay (43.80) 4x100 Relay (43.80) 4x100 Relay (43.80) Long Jump (20-11) 4x100 Relay (43.80) Triple Jump (43-8 3/4) 800 Meters (2:02.52)

4x400 Relay (3:30.89) 4x100 Relay (43.51)

Brooklynn Morris LaTavia Thomas Kayann Thompson Nickiesha Wilson

4x100 Relay (42.80) 800 Meters (2:03.39) 4x400 Relay (3:32.09) 4x400 Relay (3:32.09) 100 Hurdles (12.81w) 4x400 Relay (3:32.09)

2009 Brittany Hall Samantha Henry Cassandra Tate LaTavia Thomas Kayann Thompson Kenyanna Wilson

4x400 Relay (3:34.11) 200 Meters (23.36) 4x400 Relay (3:34.11) 4x400 Relay (3:34.11) 4x400 Relay (3:34.11) 100 Meters (11.32)

2010

Valma Bass Joyce Bates Myra Combs Peta-Gaye Dowdie Keisha Spencer

4x100 Relay (43.83) 100 Hurdles (12.89) 4x100 Relay (43.83) 4x100 Relay (43.83) 100 Meters (11.20) 4x100 Relay (43.83) Triple Jump (46-2 3/4w)

2001 Myra Combs Muna Lee

Long Jump (20-7 3/4w) 100 Meters (11.28) 200 Meters (23.13)

2002 Stephanie Durst Lolo Jones Muna Lee Bianca Rockett Nicole Toney

200 Meters (22.48) 4x100 Relay (43.06) 100 Hurdles (13.01) 4x100 Relay (43.06) 100 Meters (11.19) 4x100 Relay (43.06) 4x100 Relay (43.06) Triple Jump (43-7)

2003 Stephanie Durst Monique Hall Lolo Jones Muna Lee Nicole Toney

4x100 Relay (43.22) 4x100 Relay (43.22) 100 Hurdles (13.05) 4x100 Relay (43.22) 100 Meters (11.12) 4x100 Relay (43.22) Triple Jump (43-11 3/4)

Samia Stokes Cassandra Tate

Discus (168-5) 400 Hurdles (57.12)

2011 Rebecca Alexander Kimberlyn Duncan Semoy Hackett Jasmin Stowers Kenyanna Wilson

4x100 Relay (43.47) 200 Meters (22.27w) 4x100 Relay (43.47) 100 Meters (11.01w) 4x100 Relay (43.47) 100 Hurdles (12.88) 4x100 Relay (43.47)

2012 Rebecca Alexander Jonique Day Kimberlyn Duncan Semoy Hackett Charlene Lipsey Latoya McDermott Takeia Pinckney Jasmin Stowers Cassandra Tate

4x100 Relay (43.27) 4x400 Relay (3:29.25) 4x400 Relay (3:29.25) 100 Meters (10.96) 200 Meters (22.12w) 4x100 Relay (43.27) 4x100 Relay (43.27) 800 Meters (2:02.60) 4x400 Relay (3:29.25) 4x100 Relay (43.27) 100 Hurdles (12.96) 4x400 Relay (3:29.25)

2013 Kimberlyn Duncan Natoya Goule

100 Meters (11.32) 200 Meters (22.35) 800 Meters (2:01.12)

2015 Rebekah Wales

2004 Neisha Bernard-Thomas Nadia Davy Stephanie Durst Monique Hall Lolo Jones Muna Lee Hazelann Regis Maria Romero

4x400 Relay (3:27.04) 4x400 Relay (3:27.04) 4x100 Relay (43.15) 4x100 Relay (43.15) 4x400 Relay (3:27.04) 100 Hurdles (12.83) 4x100 Relay (43.15) 4x100 Relay (43.15) 400 Meters (50.64) 4x400 Relay (3:27.04) Javelin (138-3)

2006

1997 Hareldau Argyle Peta-Gaye Dowdie Marita Hunt Suzette Lee Sa’Donna Thornton Astia Walker

Joyce Bates Myra Combs Peta-Gaye Dowdie Monique Freeman Chenelle Marshall Keisha Spencer Claudine Williams

4x400 Relay (3:30.89) 4x100 Relay (43.51) 4x400 Relay (3:30.89) 4x100 Relay (43.51) 4x400 Relay (3:30.89) 4x100 Relay (43.51)

Tanya Osbourne

800 Meters (2:06.26)

2007 Andrea Linton Jessica Ohanaja LaTavia Thomas Nickiesha Wilson

Triple Jump (44-1 1/4) 100 Hurdles (13.10) 800 Meters (2:05.07) 400 Hurdles (55.77)

Javelin (177-0)

2016 Mikiah Brisco Rushell Harvey Kortnei Johnson Jada Martin

4x100 Relay (42.77) 4x100 Relay (42.77) 4x100 Relay (42.77) 4x100 Relay (42.77)

2017 Mikiah Brisco Aleia Hobbs Kortnei Johnson Jada Martin Rebekah Wales

4x100 Relay (42.56) 100 Meters (11.02) 4x100 Relay (42.56) 4x100 Relay (42.56) 4x100 Relay (42.56) Javelin (191-0)

The SEC Indoor Championships were first held in 1963. From 1957-62, the highest-scoring SEC team at the Garrett Coliseum Relays was considered the conference champion.

2008 Kelly Baptiste Juanita Broaddus Samantha Henry Deonna Lawrence

100 Meters (11.09) 4x100 Relay (42.80) 4x100 Relay (42.80) 4x100 Relay (42.80) 4x400 Relay (3:32.09)

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MEN’S CAREER SEC TITLES

NAME (YEARS) Billy Brown (1939-41) Tom Dickey (1945-48) Robin van Helden (1986-89) Harry Carpenter (1956-57) Al Coffee (1970-72) Rohsaan Griffin (1995-96) Bob Smith (1972-75) Kelly Willie (2003-06) Walter Davis (2001-2002) Billy Hardin (1962-64) Glenn “Slats” Hardin (1933-35) Russ Buller (1997-2000) Xavier Carter (2005-06) Doug Constant (1960-61) Bill Covington (1948-51) Walter Henning (2009-11) Ron Hernandez (1962-64) Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (2013-2017) Regan Nichols (1995-96) Frank Church (1938-40) Lueroy Colquhoun (1999-2002) Byron Logan (1995-98) King Mott (1957) Larry Shipp (1974-76) Richard Thompson (2005-08) Lloyd Wills (1971-73) Leland Albright (1963-65) Claston Bernard (1999-2002) Derrick Brew (1999-2000) Tommy Dukes (1957) James Epps (1971-72) Oris Erwin (1941-42) Ralph Fabian (1959-60) Alleyne Francique (2001-02) Randy Geyer (1963-66) Trindon Holliday (2006-09) Eddie Kennison (1994-96) Bob Lowther (1946-48) John Nichols (1988-92) Barrett Nugent (2009-12) Jack O’Neil (1961-62) Frank Sullwood (1948-50) Jack Torrance (1933-34) Ernest Wall (1957-58) Simon Williams (1990-91) Bill Yerger (1944-47) Buddy Blair (1934-35) Jim Breathwit (1947-49) Pete Coley (2001-05) Chris Cummings (1995-98) Reggie Dardar (2005-08) Aaron Ernest (2012-15) Jim Fornaris (1960-61) Joe Harris (1960-61) Reggie Jones (1992-93) Chris King (1992-93) Eugene McCain (1979-81) Fabian Muyaba (1993-94) Mikael Olander (1987-88) Ted O’Neal (1933-35) Robert Parham (2001-04) Steve Pettes (1995-97) James Pickett (1944-46) Bruce Reid (1988-90) Melville Rogers (2006-07) Marvin Stevenson (2004-07) Siraj Williams (2004-07)

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HISTORY

INDOOR 0 0 6 2 3 4 4 5 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 3 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 0 0 3 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 1 0 1

OUTDOOR 9 9 3 6 5 4 4 3 4 7 7 4 4 6 6 3 5 5 4 5 2 4 3 2 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 4 4 1 2 3 2 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 1 3 2 1 3 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 3 0 2 3 2

TOTAL 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

KIMBERLYN DUNCAN

WOMEN’S CAREER SEC TITLES

NAME (YEARS) Peta-Gaye Dowdie (1997-2000) Kimberlyn Duncan (2010-13) Muna Lee (2001-04) Esther Jones (1989-91) Lolo Jones (2001-04) Danyel Mitchell (1991-94) Sylvia Brydson (1987-89) LaTavia Thomas (2007-10) Myra Combs (1998-2001) Hazelann Regis (2003-05) Astia Walker (1996-98) Schowonda Williams (1985-88) Zundra Feagin (1992-96) D’Andre Hill (1994-96) Dawn Sowell (1989) Tananjalyn Stanley (1988-90) Youlanda Warren (1991-95) Sharon Clarke (1985-86) Opal Cunningham (1988-89) Dahlia Duhaney (1991-93) Deonna Lawrence (2005-08) Debbie Parris (1993-94) Daphnie Saunders (1993-94) Keisha Spencer (1999-2000) Jasmin Stowers (2011-14) Cheryl Taplin (1991-94) Rebecca Alexander (2011-12) Mikiah Brisco (2015-present) Joyce Bates (1999-2000) Stephanie Durst (2001-04) Monique Hall (2003-04) Samantha Henry (2007-10) Sharon Jaklofsky (1991-93) Gai Kapernick (1993-95) Suzette Lee (1996-97) Jada Martin (2014-17) Brooklynn Morris (2005-08) Cinnamon Sheffield (1989-92) Christine Slythe (1985) Cassandra Tate (2009-12) Teresa Williford (1984-86) Nickiesha Wilson (2007-08) Kelly Baptiste (2005-08) Neisha Bernard-Thomas (2003-05) Dawn Bowles (1990-92) Kwajalein Butler (1995-99) Kim Carson (1993-96) Semoy Hackett (2011-12) Aleia Hobbs (2015-present) Charlene Lipsey (2010-13) Jessica Ohanaja (2005-08) LaTarsha Stroman (1994-97) Sa’Donna Thornton (1997-2001) Cheryl Wilson (1987-89) Danyel Wofford (1985-88)

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INDOOR 5 5 5 2 3 3 5 4 2 5 3 3 1 2 3 1 2 2 3 1 4 1 4 3 3 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 1 4 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 1 2 2

OUTDOOR 7 7 7 8 6 6 3 4 5 2 4 4 5 4 3 5 4 3 2 4 1 4 1 2 2 4 3 2 3 4 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 3 0 3 2 3 2 1 3 3 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1

TOTAL 12 12 12 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3


SEC Commissioner’s Trophy

HISTORY

SCHOWONDA WILLIAMS

1988 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

ASTIA WALKER

1997 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

SEMOY HACKETT

2011 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

MIKAEL OLANDER

1988 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

BYRON LOGAN

1998 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

KIMBERLYN DUNCAN

2013 CLIFF HARPER TROPHY 2013 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

DAWN SOWELL

1989 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

KEISHA SPENCER

1999 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

MIKIAH BRISCO

2016 CLIFF HARPER TROPHY

DAHLIA DUHANEY

1991 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

DERRICK BREW

2000 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

SHARON JAKLOFSKY

1993 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

JOHN KOSGEI

2008 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

NETHANEEL MITCHELL-BLAKE 2016 COMMISSIONER’S TROPHY

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HISTORY

WALTER DAVIS

ROHSAAN GRIFFIN

BILLY BROWN

RUSS BULLER

LUEROY COLQUHOUN

REGGIE JONES

MIKAEL OLANDER

SIMON WILLIAMS

PETE COLEY

ALLEYNE FRANCIQUE

GLENN HARDIN

EDDIE KENNISON

KELLY WILLIE (19) Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters Outdoor 400 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

BARRETT NUGENT (10) 2006 2003-05 2003-06 2006 2003-05 2003, 2005-06 2003-06

BENNIE BRAZELL (14) Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2003-05 2002-05 2002-04 2002-05

PETE COLEY (12) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2002 2001-05 2002 2002-03 2002-04

AARON ERNEST (11) Indoor 200 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2013, 2015 2012-13 2012, 2014-15 2012-15

XAVIER CARTER (10) Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters Outdoor 400 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2006 2005-06 2005-06

BILLY BROWN (7) 2010-12 2010-12 2009-12

WALTER DAVIS (9) Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump 4x100 Relay

QUINCY DOWNING (9) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurldes Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2015 2013-14 2014-15 2012-15

ROHSAAN GRIFFIN (8) Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995 1995

TRINDON HOLLIDAY (8) 60 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

2008-09 2007-09 2007-09

VERNON NORWOOD (8) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor 4x400 Relay 2007, 2009-10 Distance Medley Relay 2008 Outdoor 400 Meters 2010 4x100 Relay 2008-09 Outdoor 4x400 Relay 2007, 2009-10

NETHANEEL MITCHELL-BLAKE (10) Indoor 200 Meters 2016, 17 100 Meters 2016, 17 Outdoor 200 Meters 2017 4x100 Relay 2013, 14, 16, 17 Indoor 4x400 Relay 2017

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2014-15 2014 2014-15 2015 2014-15

1939-41 1940-41 1940-41

Indoor Pole Vault Outdoor Pole Vault 4x100 Relay

1997-2000 2000 1997, 2000

MICHAEL CHERRY (7) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2016, 17 2016, 17 2016, 17 2016

Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2000, 2002 2001-02 2002 2001-02

CYRIL GRAYSON (7) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2013-14, 2016 2013-16

REGGIE JONES (7) Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump 4x100 Relay

2001-03 2002 2002-03 2001, 2003

1992-93 1993 1992-93 1992-93

Indoor Long Jump Outdoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay

2012-13 2011-13 2013

ALLEYNE FRANCIQUE (6) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2001-02 2001-02 2001 2001

GLENN “SLATS” HARDIN (6) 220 Yards 440 Yards

1933-35 1933-35

Weight Throw Hammer Throw

2009-11 2009-11

EDDIE KENNISON (6) Indoor 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1995-96 1994-95 1994-95

JOHN MOFFITT (6) Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump

2003-04 2003-04 2003-04

ROBERT SIMMONS (6)

MIKAEL OLANDER (7)

Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Javelin 1986-88 Decathlon 1985-88

TERRY THORNTON (6)

Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

2000 2000-01 2000 1998-2000

CALEB WILLIAMS (7) 2008 2007-08 2008 2005-08

DAMAR FORBES (6)

WALTER HENNING (6)

LUEROY COLQUHOUN (7)

MARCUS THOMAS (7)

RICHARD THOMPSON (8) 60 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

Long Jump 100 Yards 220 Yards

RUSS BULLER (7) 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2002

ROBERT PARHAM (8)

ARMANTI HAYES (10)

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60 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2012 2010-13 2011, 2013

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1989 1989 1990 1989-91

SLIP WATKINS (6) Indoor 200 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

1988, 1990 1988-89 1989 1989

ADE ALLEYNE-FORTE (5)

SIMON WILLIAMS (7) Indoor Shot Put Outdoor Shot Put Discus

2009 2009-11 2011-12

1990-92 1990-91 1990, 1992

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2009, 2012 2009, 2011-12


Men’s All-Americans

HISTORY

TERRY THORNTON

SLIP WATKINS

CHRIS CUMMINGS

PASSMORE FURUSA

ROBIN VAN HELDEN

ROBERT PARHAM

LLEWELLYN STARKS

LEVAR ANDERSON

DERRICK BREW

MARK ELLIOTT

BYRON LOGAN

JOE MACIEJCZYK

MIKE ALRIDGE (5)

ZEDRIC THOMAS (5)

Indoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1996-97 1997-98 1998

CHRIS CUMMINGS (5) 100 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1996-97 1995, 1997 1998

FITZROY DUNKLEY (5) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2016 2016 2016 2015-16

PASSMORE FURUSA (5) Indoor Mile Indoor 3,000 Meters 1,500 Meters 3,000-Meter Steeplechase

1995 1994 1994-95 1994

RICHARD JONES (5) Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2010 2010 2009-10 2009

1992 1992 1992-93 1990

MICHAEL LAURO (5) Weight Throw Hammer Throw

2010, 2012 2010-12

REGAN NICHOLS (5) Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1995-96 1995-96 1995

LLEWELLYN STARKS (5) Indoor Long Jump Outdoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay

2010-11 2010-11 2010

Indoor 1,000 Meters Indoor Mile Outdoor 800 Meters 1,500 Meters

1986-87 1988 1987 1989

2011 2011 2011 2011 2011

TREMAYNE ACY (4) Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2015 2014-16

LEVAR ANDERSON (4) Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

1989-90 1989-90 1989

Indoor 400 Meters Outdoor 400 Meters 4x100 Relay

1998-99 1998-99

1999-2000 1999 2000

2006 2005-07

1989 1990 1989 1990

JERMAINE GRANT (4) 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

LOTFI KHAIDA (4)

1996 1998 1998 1998

JOE MACIEJCZYK (4) Indoor Shot Put Outdoor Shot Put

1980-81 1980, 1982

JOHN NICHOLS (4) 1988-90, 1992

Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor 4x400 Relay 100 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2012-14

1999-2000, 2002

KYRON BLAISE (3) Indoor Long Jump Outdoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

2007 2006-07 2007

1991 1992 1992 1994

1975 1973-75

2012 2012 2012

LAMAR BRUTON (3) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2016 2016, 17

WILL COPPAGE (3) Indoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay

LARRY SHIPP (4)

2007 2009-10

JARON FLOURNOY (3) 4x100 Relay Indoor 4x400 Relay

2016, 17 2017

GLENROY GILBERT (3) 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

1993 1993 1993

BILLY HARDIN (3) 400 Hurdles

1962-64

GREG HILL (3)

MARVIN STEVENSON (4)

Indoor 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2007 2007 2006-07

4x100 Relay

Decathlon

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2006-07 2004, 2006

DERRICK THYMES (4) 1995, 1997-98 1998

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

CLASTON BERNARD (3)

BYRON LOGAN (4)

4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1988 1985-86, 1988

SHERMUND ALLSOP (3) 1992-93 1991, 1993

60-Yard Hurdles 120-Yard Hurdles

MARK ELLIOTT (4) 3,000 Meters Indoor 5,000 Meters Outdoor 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters

2011-12 2011-12

JASON SANDERS (4) 2013-14 2013-14

REGGIE DARDAR (4) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Discus

55 Hurdles 400 Hurdles

SIRAJ WILLIAMS (4)

ISA PHILLIPS (4)

DARRELL BUSH (4) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2009 2007, 2009 2007

Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

HORATIO WILLIAMS (5) 60 Meters Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

BERNARD WILLIAMS (4)

Indoor Long Jump Outdoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay

RIKER HYLTON (4)

ROBIN VAN HELDEN (5)

DERRICK BREW (4)

CHRIS KING (5) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

JEREMY HICKS (4)

Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

1991-92 1994 1994

Indoor 600 Yards Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1979 1979 1979

CHARLES JAMES (3) 55 Hurdles 110 Hurdles

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HISTORY

JOHN NICHOLS

JASON SANDERS

LARRY SHIPP

CLASTON BERNARD

BENNIE BRAZELL

GLENROY GILBERT

BILLY HARDIN

GREG HIL

CHARLES JAMES

ORLANDO MCDANIEL

FABIAN MUYABA

ERIC REID

JAMAAL JAMES (3)

LEJUAN SIMON (3)

Indoor 800 Meters Distance Medley Relay

2007, 2010 2008

ROLF KAHLES (3) Indoor Shot Put Outdoor Shot Put

1997 1997-98

ALLEYNE LETT (3)

ORLANDO MCDANIEL (3)

JACK TORRANCE (3)

FABIAN MUYABA (3)

Outdoor Shot Put Discus

1993 1993-94

GABRIEL MVUMVURE (3) 2008 , 2010-11

Indoor Pole Vault Outdoor Pole Vault

1995-96 1996

55 Hurdles 110 Hurdles

1987 1986-87

2006-07 2006

MATTHEW ROSE (3) Outdoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay

1988-89 1989

MARIO SATEGNA (3) Decathlon

1978 1979 1979

1980-81 1981

1992, 1994 1994

2005 2004

REVEY SCOTT (3) 1978 1979 1979

1933-34

SHELDON BLOCKBURGER (2) 1986-87

2004 2004

1979 1979

2009 2009

Weight Throw Hammer Throw Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2016 2016

Indoor Shot Put Outdoor Shot Put

Indoor Shot Put

JOSHUA THOMPSON (2)

BENGT JARLSJO (2)

110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Outdoor Pole Vault Javelin

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Outdoor Long Jump

Indoor Pole Vault 1979 1979

1997-98

2015 2015

1946 1946

1995 1995

2003-04

LELAND ALBRIGHT (1) Indoor 600 Yards

1965

DWHYTE BARRETT (1) 4x100 Relay

2000

GRAY BARROW (1) Javelin

1980

EDWIN BILLOT (1) 1991-92

Heptathlon 2006

WILLIE BOUDLOCHE (1) 1980-81

Javelin

1993

ANDRE BROWN (1) 1979, 1981

4x400 Relay

1990

RODNEY BROWN (1)

DELMON MCNABB (2)

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1993 1994

DANIEL TROSCLAIR (2)

ERNEST MARVIN (2) Outdoor Triple Jump

1998 1998

1989-90

EARL MARCELLE (2) Indoor 4x400 Relay

1993 1993

GUNNAR PFINGSTEN (2)

Weight Throw 2017 Hammer 2017

Decathlon

1989 1989

SCOTT PETERSEN (2)

JOHNNIE JACKSON (2)

Javelin

60

Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

CURTIS PERRY (2)

EUGENE MCCAIN (2)

EFREM COLEY (2) 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

1975-76

DAVID PADDISON (2) 1991 1990

MILTON MALLARD (2)

BUDDY BLAIR (2)

Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

2003 2002

BOB LOWTHER (2)

AUSTIN BENTON (2)

Decathlon

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

60-Yard Hurdles

DINO NAPIER (2)

PEARSON JORDAN (2)

WILLIE BRADLEY (2) 1993-95

60 Yards 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

RENARD HOWELL (2)

BRYANT WILLIAMS (3)

Javelin

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1933-34 1933

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

MELVILLE ROGERS (3)

1945 1946

MAURICE HORTON (2)

JAMAR HOWARD (2)

LARRY WEAVER (3)

4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

ERIC REID (3)

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2012 2011-12

60 Yards 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

Indoor High Jump Outdoor High Jump

DERRICK PRENTICE (3)

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1993 1992 1993

WILLIE TURNER (3)

100 Meters 4x100 Relay

4x100 Relay

Indoor 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay

ALLEN MISHER (2)

100 Yards 880 Yards

MARLON GREENSWORD (2)

Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters

KEYTH TALLEY (3)

1980 1980-81

2004 2004 2003

DAVID SINGOEI (3)

60 Hurdles 2007 110 Hurdles 2007 Decathlon 2005

60-Yard Hurdles 110 Hurdles

TOM DICKEY (2)

Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

1966-67

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Men’s All-Americans

HISTORY

DINO NAPIER

LELAND ALBRIGHT

GRAY BARROW

TOM LANGE

AL MOREAU

JAVIER NIETO

MATTHEW ROSE

MARIO SATEGNA

REVEY SCOTT

JACK TORRANCE

WILLIE TURNER

LARRY WEAVER

JOHN MOFFITT

KELLY WILLIE

AL COFFEE

PEARSON JORDAN

ALLEN MISHER

DAVID PADDISON

SHAWN BURKS (1) Javelin

1985

Outdoor Pole Vault

PRESTON CHATHAM (1) Javelin

2008

440 Yards

1969

JOSH DOMINGUEZ (1) Outdoor Pole Vault

2010

ORIS ERWIN (1) 440 Yards

1942

GEORGE FISHER (1) 110 Hurdles

1934

ALEX FORST (1) Discus

1998

MARK FOWLER (1) Indoor 800 Meters

1988

RANDY GEYER (1) High Jump

MICHAEL LAURO

1965

1933

1984

110 Hurdles

2017

120-Yard Hurdles

BLAIR HENDERSON (1) Indoor 800 Meters

1989

Distance Medley Relay

2008

2017

1952

2008

880 Yards

Indoor High Jump

1992

4x400 Relay

1942

Indoor Triple Jump

1982

MARIO SATEGNA

4x100 Relay

MELVILLE ROGERS

BOB SMITH (1)

TRAUN SMITH (1) Indoor Triple Jump

BLAKE THERIOT (1) Javelin

Indoor 4x400 Relay Indoor 800 Meters

TROY TWILLIE (1)

Outdoor Long Jump 1990

BILL YERGER (1) 440 Yards

DERYELL PATTERSON (1)

ED LLOYD (1)

2-Mile Run

REUBEN TWIJUKYE (1)

CHARLES ONSARE (1)

TOM LANGE (1)

JOHN SANDERS (1)

PEDRO TUNON (1) 2002

TED O’NEAL (1)

JOHN KOSGEI (1) Distance Medley Relay

1991

4x100 2017

Hammer Throw

Javelin 2007

Indoor 1,000 Yards

JAVIER NIETO (1)

CHARLEY JOHNSON (1) Triple Jump

1933

TINASHE MUTANGA (1)

AKANNI HISLOP (1) 4x100 Relay

AL MOREAU (1)

Javelin

Heptathlon 2006

CHAD RADGOWSKI (1) 2016

MARK MORRIS (1)

MICHAEL HENDRY (1)

REGGIE DARDAR

Indoor Shot Put

JORDAN MOORE (1)

ROD GREEN (1) Indoor 500 Meters

AL COFFEE (1)

DARION POWELL (1)

FRANK MAZZA (1)

MATT GORDY (1)

1934 1974 2002 2000 2001 2008 1995 1945

2000

BOB SMITH

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Women’s All-Americans

HISTORY

ESTHER JONES

PETA-GAYE DOWDIE

CHERYL TAPLIN

SCHOWONDA WILLIAMS

D’ANDRE HILL

SYLVIA BRYDSON

MYRA COMBS

YOULANDA WARREN

DAHLIA DUHANEY

ASTIA WALKER

KWAJALEIN BUTLER

MUNA LEE

ESTHER JONES (21)

D’ANDRE HILL (15)

55 Meters Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

1988-91 1988-91 1991 1988-91 1988-91 1988-91

60 Meters Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2002-04 2001-04 2002 2001-04 2001-04 2001-04

55 Meters 1997-98 60 Meters 2000 Indoor 200 Meters 1998-99 Indoor 4x400 Relay 1998-2000 100 Meters 1997, 1999-2000 Outdoor 200 Meters 1997, 1999-2000 4x100 Relay 1997-98, 2000 Outdoor 4x400 Relay 1999-2000

CHERYL TAPLIN (16) 55 Meters Indoor 200 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

60 Meters Indoor 200 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2006-08 2006-07 2005, 2008 2005-06, 2008 2005-06, 2008 2008

KIMBERLYN DUNCAN (14)

PETA-GAYE DOWDIE (19)

1992-94 1993 1991-94 1991-94 1991-94

SCHOWONDA WILLIAMS (16) 55 Hurdles 1988 Indoor 500 Hurdles 1986-87 Indoor 4x400 Relay 1986-87 Indoor 4x800 Relay 1988 100 Hurdles 1986-88 400 Hurdles 1985, 1987-88 Outdoor 4x400 Relay 1985-88

SAMANTHA HENRY (15)

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1994-96 1994-96 1994-96 1994-96 1994-96

KELLY BAPTISTE (14)

MUNA LEE (20)

60 Meters Indoor 200 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

DAHLIA DUHANEY (12)

55 Meters Indoor 200 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2008-10 2009-10 2008-09 2008-10 2007-08, 2010 2009-10

60 Meters Indoor 200 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2012-13 2011-13 2011-13 2011-13 2010-13

SYLVIA BRYDSON (13) Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Indoor 4x800 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1989 1987, 1989 1987-89 1987-89 1986-89

MYRA COMBS (13) Indoor Long Jump 1998-99 Indoor 4x400 Relay 1998-2001 Outdoor 200 Meters 2001 4x100 Relay 1998, 2000-01 Outdoor 4x400 Relay 1998-2001

YOULANDA WARREN (13) Indoor 400 Meters 1992-93, 1995 Indoor 4x400 Relay 1991, 1993, 1995 Outdoor 400 Meters 1992-93, 1995 4x100 Relay 1993 Outdoor 4x400 Relay 1992-93, 1995

55 Meters Indoor 200 Meters Indoor Long Jump 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters Outdoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

BROOKLYNN MORRIS (11) 1991-93 1992 1991 1991-92 1992 1989 1991-92 1993

STEPHANIE DURST (12) Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2002-04 2001-03 2002 2002 2001-04

ZUNDRA FEAGIN (12) 55 Meters 1995 Indoor 200 Meters 1995 Indoor 4x400 Relay 1994 100 Meters 1995-96 Outdoor 200 Meters 1992, 1995-96 4x100 Relay 1994-96 Outdoor 4x400 Relay 1994

LATAVIA THOMAS (12) Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4X400 Relay

2008-10 2008, 2010 2008-10 2007-10

1998 1997-98 1997 1996, 1998 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97

LOLO JONES (11) 60 Meters 60 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

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2006 2005-08 2006 2006-08 2006, 2008

KWAJALEIN BUTLER (10) 55 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

1996-98 1995-97 1995-98

DEONNA LAWRENCE (10) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2006 2005-08 2006 2005 2006-08

DANYEL MITCHELL (10) Indoor Shot Put Outdoor Shot Put Discus

1992-94 1992-94 1991-94

HAZELANN REGIS (10) Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2005 2004-05 2003-05 2003-04 2003-04

CINNAMON SHEFFIELD (10)

ASTIA WALKER (12) 55 Meters 55 Hurdles Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2003 2001-04 2002-04 2002-04

55 Hurdles 100 Meters 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

1990, 1992 1992 1989-92 1989-90, 1992

NICKIESHA WILSON (9) 60 Hurdles Indoor 4x400 Relay 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007


Women’s All-Americans

HISTORY

DANYEL MICHELL

CINNAMON SHEFFIELD

DEBBIE PARRIS

TANANJALYN STANLEY

LATARSHA STROMAN

DAWN BOWLES

KIM CARSON

STEPHANIE DURST

SHEILA ECHOLS

CAMILLE CATO

DANYEL WOFFORD

DAWN SOWELL

NEISHA BERNARD-THOMAS (8)

SHEILA ECHOLS (7)

Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

55 Meters Indoor Long Jump 100 Meters Outdoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay

2004-05 2004-05 2003-04 2003-04

1985, 1987 1987 1987 1987 1985, 1987

DEBBIE PARRIS (8) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1994 1994 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94

TANANJALYN STANLEY (8) 55 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

1987-89 1989-90 1988-90

LATARSHA STROMAN (8) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1997 1994-96 1995, 1997 1994-95

KENYANNA WILSON (8) 60 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

2009-11 2009, 2011 2008, 2010-11

MIKIAH BRISCO (8) 60 Meters 60 Hurdles 100 Meters 4x100 Relay 2015-16

2015, 16, 17 2016 2016, 17

1991 1990-92 1990-92

KIM CARSON (7) 55 Hurdles 100 Hurdles

1994-96 1993-96

NADIA DAVY (7) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2003-04 2003 2003-04 2003-04

JADA MARTIN (7) Outdoor 200 Meters Indoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2015, 17 2017 2015-16 2016, 17

MICHELE MORRIS (7) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1985 1985-86 1985, 1987 1985, 1987

JASMIN STOWERS (7) 60 Hurdles 100 Hurdles

2011-14 2012-14

NICOLE TONEY (7) Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

2004 2002-04 2002-04

CAMILLE CATO (6)

DAWN BOWLES (7) 55 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

MONIQUE HALL (7)

2003-04 2003-04 2003 2003-04

Indoor 4x400 Relay Indoor 4x800 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1985 1985, 1987 1987 1985-86

JESSICA OHANAJA (6) 60 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

2007-08 2007-08 2005, 2007

55 Meters Indoor 200 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay

1989 1989 1989

CHANICE CHASE (5)

1999 1999-2000 2000 1999-2000

CLAIRE CONNOR (5)

KEISHA SPENCER (6) Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2010-12 2012 2010, 2012

HEATHER VAN NORMAN (6) Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1991 1991, 1993 1993 1992-93

Indoor 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1986-87 1987-88 1987-88

REBECCA ALEXANDER (5) 2011-12 2012 2011 2012

VALMA BASS (5) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2000 2000 2000 1998, 2000

JOYCE BATES (5) 60 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

2015-16 2014, 2016 2016

Indoor Long Jump Outdoor Long Jump

1986-88 1987-88

60 Meters 100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2007 2007 2007 2006-07

CAMILLE JACKSON (5) Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

1991 1993 1990-91, 1993

SHARON JAKLOFSKY (5)

DANYEL WOFFORD (6)

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles Outdoor 4x400 Relay

SHERRY FLETCHER (5)

CASSANDRA TATE (6)

1999-2000 1999-2000 2000

BRITTANI CARTER (5) Indoor High Jump Outdoor High Jump

DAWN SOWELL (6)

1989 1989 1989

100 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

2009-11 2009, 2011

Indoor Long Jump Heptathlon

1992-93 1991-93

SUZETTE LEE (5) Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

1997 1996-97 1996-97

CHARLENE LIPSEY (5) Indoor 800 Meters Outdoor 800 Meters

2012-13 2011-13

SHEILA POWELL (5) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 200 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1995-96 1996 1994-95

DAPHNIE SAUNDERS (5) Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump

1993-94 1994 1993-94

SA’DONNA THORNTON (5) 60 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

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Women’s All-Americans

HISTORY

KEISHA SPENCER

JOYCE BATES

CLAIR CONNOR

SHARON JAKLOFSKY

SUZETTE LEE

SHEILA POWELL

DAPHNIE SAUNDERS

SA’DONNA THORNTON

WENDY TRUVILLION

CLAUDINE WILLIAMS

TERESA WILLIFORD

LANA ZIMMERMAN

WENDY TRUVILLION (5) Indoor 500 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

MARY COBB (4) 1985 1985-87 1985

1999 1999-2000 1999 1999

TERESA WILLIFORD (5) Indoor Shot Put Outdoor Shot Put Discus

1985-87 1986 1987

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

SEMOY HACKETT (4)

Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x800 Relay Heptathlon

60 Meters Indoor 200 Meters Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

1983 1985 1982-83, 1985

JACKIE BOBIEN (4) 1985 1987-88 1986

JUANITA BROADDUS (4) Indoor 4x400 Relay 100 Meters 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Gai Kapernick

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1989 1989 1988-89

TAKEIA PINCKNEY (4)

2013 2013 2013 2013

2011 2011 2011 2011

RACHEL LAURENT (4) Indoor Pole Vault Outdoor Pole Vault

2006 2008 2006 2006

2009-10, 2012 2011

Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

1986 1986 1986 1986

Michelle King

60 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

2010 2010 2010, 2013

2006-07 2006-07

2001 2001-02 2001

2008 2009 2006-07

2010 2010 2009-10

Indoor 4x400 Relay Heptathlon

2013 2013-14 2013

Angela Phipps

1989 1985-86, 1989

Roslyn Rucker

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1999 1999 1998

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2011-12 2012

Indoor 4x400 Relay Indoor 4x800 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1991 1989 1989

Indoor Long Jump Outdoor Long Jump

1999-2000 2000

BRITTANY HALL (3) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2010 2009 2009

INDIRA HAMILTON (3)

TORI BLISS (3) Indoor Shot Put Outdoor Shot Put

Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

MONIQUE FREEMAN (3)

CHERYL WILSON (4) 1995-96 1995 1995

1987 1987 1987

DONALDA DUPREY (3)

KAYANN THOMPSON (4)

Indoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor High Jump Outdoor High Jump Heptathlon

JONIQUE DAY (3)

Indoor 400 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2002-03 2002

CELENA CLARKE (3)

CYNETHEIA ROOKS (4) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay

KYM CARTER (3)

NIKITA TRACEY (4)

CHARLENE MAULSEED (4) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 400 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

MARIAN BURNETT (3) 2011 2013 2012-13

RONETTA SMITH (4)

ANDREA LINTON (4)

SHARON CLARKE (4) Indoor Long Jump Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

Indoor 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

NATOYA GOULE (4)

LANA ZIMMERMAN (5)

Indoor 4x400 Meters Indoor 4x800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Meters

1990-91 1990-91

OPAL CUNNINGHAM (4)

CLAUDINE WILLIAMS (5) Indoor 800 Meters Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters Outdoor 4x400 Relay

LATOYA MCDERMOTT (4)

55 Hurdles 100 Hurdles

2015 2014-15

Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Muffy McLeod

1993 1992-93

Marian Burnett


Women’s All-Americans

HISTORY

KYM CARTER

SHARON CLARKE

MARY COBB

OPAL CUNNINGHAM

LOLO JONES

RONETTA SMITH

MONIQUE FREEMAN

NICOLE TONEY

NEISHA BERNARD-THOMAS

LAVERNE EVE

JULIE LEWIS-HARRIS

CHRISTINE SLYTHE

SIEDDA HERBERT (3) Indoor 4x400 Relay Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2012-13 2013

ALEIA HOBBS (3) 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

2015, 17 2015

2013-14 2014

1985 1985 1985

2015, 16, 17

1986 1988

1988 1987

2015 2015

2016 2015

RUSHELL HARVEY (2) 4x100 Relay

1993-94

MICHELLE KING (2) 1985 1985

1988 1985

2015-16

Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2002 2002

1999-2000

CARMIS FRANKS (1)

Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1992 1988

2013

Indoor 4x800 Relay

2006

CHENELLE MARSHALL (1) Outdoor Long Jump

2001

CHARLOTTE MAYOCK (1) 1997

MUFFY MCLEOD (1) 1985

LESLIE NIXON (1) Indoor 4x800 Relay

1988

Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2004

4x100 Relay

2005

MONTENAE ROYE-SPEIGHT (1) 1998

Indoor 4x400 Relay

2013

MORGAN SCHUETZ (1) 1994

Outdoor 800 Meters

2016

RUBY STAUBER (1) 1987

Indoor 800 Meters

2017

TOSHIKA SYLVESTER (1)

TINA HARRIS (1) Outdoor Long Jump

2001

ASHLEY OWENS (1)

KATHI HARRIS (1) 2011 2010

Indoor 4x400 Relay

TANYA OSBOURNE (1)

EUREKA HALL (1) Indoor 4x400 Relay

XYLLENA LYNCH (1)

Indoor 4x800 Relay

KERI EMANUEL (1) Indoor Triple Jump

2004

Indoor Mile

CHERYL COKER (1)

2016, 17

2017 2017

1989 1989

1998

BRITTANY LITTLEJOHN (1) 100 Hurdles

EUNICE ALLEN (1) Outdoor 4x400 Relay

1999

Indoor 4x400 Relay 1985 1985

APRIL SAMS (2)

MEISUE FRANCIS (1)

MELISSA OGBOURNE (2) Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

Indoor 4x800 Relay Outdoor 4x Relay

1991-92

KYMBER PAYNE (2) Outdoor 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles

Indoor Triple Jump 4x100 Relay

Javelin

RACHEL MISHER (2) Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Outdoor 200 Meters 4x100 Relay

60 Hurdles

SOMALIA LINDSAY (1)

ROSLYN RUCKER (2) 2016, 2017

GAI KAPERNICK (2)

Heptathlon

DAESHON GORDON (2) 60 Hurdles 100 Hurdles

2016 2017

JOVENNIE MCDUFFIE (2)

NATALIYAH FRIAR (2) Indoor Long Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

4x100 Relay 60 Meters

Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

SELENA LEWIS (1) 1989 1988

BIANCA ROCKETT (2)

JULIE LEWIS-HARRIS (2)

LAVERNE EVE (2) Indoor Shot Put Javelin

1995 1995

1987-88

ALICIA BASS (2) 55 Hurdles 100 Hurdles

Outdoor Long Jump 4x100 Relay

100 Meters 4x100 Relay

ZINA AGE (2) 4x100 Relay

MARITA HUNT (2)

Outdoor 4x400 Relay

Indoor 4x800 Relay Heptathlon

ANGELA PHIPPS (2)

Outdoor High Jump

REBEKAH WALES (3) Javelin

2014 2014

TRAVIA JONES (2)

CHRISTINE SLYTHE (3) Indoor 1,000 Meters Indoor 4x800 Relay Outdoor 800 Meters

Weight Throw Hammer Throw

KORTNEI JOHNSON (2)

LYNNIKA PITTS (3) Indoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

RHONDA PHILLIPS (2)

DENISE HINTON (2)

2004

4x100 Relays

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Career All-American Honors

PETE COLEY

WALTER DAVIS

MEN’S CAREER ALL-AMERICA HONORS NAME

TOTAL

Kelly Willie Bennie Brazell Pete Coley Aaron Ernest Xavier Carter Armanti Hayes Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Barrett Nugent Walter Davis Quincy Downing Rohsaan Griffin Trindon Holliday Vernon Norwood Robert Parham Richard Thompson Billy Brown Russ Buller Michael Cherry Lueroy Colquhoun Cyril Grayson Reggie Jones Mikael Olander Marcus Thomas Caleb Williams Simon Williams Damar Forbes Alleyne Francique Glenn “Slats” Hardin Walter Henning Eddie Kennison John Moffitt Robert Simmons Terry Thornton Slip Watkins Ade Alleyne-Forte Mike Alridge Chris Cummings Fitzroy Dunkley Passmore Furusa Richard Jones Chris King Michael Lauro Regan Nichols Llewellyn Starks Zedric Thomas Robin van Helden Horatio Williams

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19 14 12 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Tremayne Acy LeVar Anderson Derrick Brew Darrell Bush Reggie Dardar Mark Elliott Jermaine Grant Jeremy Hicks Riker Hylton Lotfi Khaida Byron Logan Joe Maciejczyk John Nichols Isa Phillips Jason Sanders Larry Shipp Marvin Stevenson Derrick Thymes Bernard Williams Siraj Williams Shermund Allsop Claston Bernard Kyron Blaise LaMar Bruton Will Coppage Jaron Flournoy Glenroy Gilbert Billy Hardin Greg Hill Charles James Jamaal James Rolf Kahles Alleyne Lett Orlando McDaniel Fabian Muyaba Gabriel Mvumvure Derrick Prentice Eric Reid Melville Rogers Matthew Rose Mario Sategna ReVey Scott LeJuan Simon David Singoei Keyth Talley Jack Torrance Willie Turner Larry Weaver Bryant Williams Austin Benton Buddy Blair

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2

Sheldon Blockburger Willie Bradley Efrem Coley Tom Dickey Marlon Greensword Maurice Horton Jamar Howard Renard Howell Johnnie Jackson Bengt Jarlsjo Pearson Jordan Elkana Kosgei Bob Lowther Milton Mallard Earl Marcelle Ernest Marvin Eugene McCain Delmon McNabb Allen Misher Dino Napier David Paddison Curtis Perry Scott Petersen Gunnar Pfingsten Joshua Thompson Daniel Trosclair

HISTORY

ESTHER JONES 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

WOMEN’S CAREER ALL-AMERICA HONORS NAME

Esther Jones Muna Lee Peta-Gaye Dowdie Cheryl Taplin Schowonda Williams Samantha Henry D’Andre Hill Kelly Baptiste Kimberlyn Duncan Sylvia Brydson Myra Combs Youlanda Warren Dahlia Duhaney Stephanie Durst Zundra Feagin LaTavia Thomas Astia Walker Lolo Jones Brooklynn Morris Kwajalein Butler

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TOTAL 21 20 19 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 10

Deonna Lawrence Danyel Mitchell Hazelann Regis Cinnamon Sheffield Nickiesha Wilson Neisha Bernard-Thomas Debbie Parris Tananjalyn Stanley LaTarsha Stroman Kenyanna Wilson Dawn Bowles Kim Carson Nadia Davy Sheila Echols Monique Hall Jada Martin Michele Morris Jasmin Stowers Nicole Toney Mikiah Brisco Camille Cato Jessica Ohanaja Dawn Sowell Keisha Spencer Cassandra Tate Heather Van Norman Danyel Wofford Rebecca Alexander Valma Bass Joyce Bates Brittani Carter Chanice Chase Claire Connor Sherry Fletcher Camille Jackson Sharon Jaklofsky Suzette Lee Charlene Lipsey Sheila Powell Daphnie Saunders Sa’Donna Thornton Wendy Truvillion Claudine Williams Teresa Williford Lana Zimmerman Jackie Bobien Juanita Broaddus Sharon Clarke Mary Cobb Opal Cunningham Natoya Goule

PETA-GAYE DOWDIE 10 10 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Semoy Hackett Rachel Laurent Andrea Linton Charlene Maulseed Latoya McDermott Takeia Pinckney Cynetheia Rooks Ronetta Smith Kayann Thompson Nikita Tracey Cheryl Wilson Tori Bliss Marian Burnett Kym Carter Celena Clarke Jonique Day Donalda Duprey Monique Freeman Brittany Hall Indira Hamilton Siedda Herbert Aleia Hobbs Lynnika Pitts Christine Slythe Rebekah Wales Zina Age Alicia Bass Laverne Eve Nataliyah Friar Daeshon Gordon Rushell Harvey Denise Hinton Marita Hunt Kortnei Johnson Travia Jones Gai Kapernick Michelle King Julie Lewis-Harris Jovennie McDuffie Rachel Misher Melissa Ogbourne Kymber Payne Rhonda Phillips Angela Phipps Bianca Rockett Roslyn Rucker April Sams

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2


LSU at the Texas Relays

HISTORY

Kimberlyn Duncan was named Most Outstanding Performer in 2012

For many collegiate programs across the country, the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays marks the true beginning of the outdoor season as many of the nation’s top teams travel to Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin for one of the most prestigious meets during the regular season. LSU is world famous for the performance of its men’s and women’s relay teams, and its success at the Texas Relays rivals that of any program in the NCAA. The Tigers and Lady Tigers have combined for 81 relay titles and 78 individual titles in the University division at the Texas Relays, and the squads will be looking to add to their impressive resume in 2018. 4X1,500-METER RELAY (1)

MEN’S UNIVERSITY RELAY CHAMPIONS

1989 (15:09.74)

4X200-METER RELAY (11)

1973 (1:23.3), 1978 (1:22.87), 1979 (1:22.37), 1980 (1:22.35), 1996 (1:22.80), 1997 (1:21.78), 1998 (1:21.77), 2007 (1:26.06), 2011 (1:20.45), 2015 (1:22.60), 2017 (1:22.28)

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY (2) 2008 (9:40.66), 2017 (9:46.61)

CLYDE LITTLEFIELD 4X100-METER RELAY (9) 1993 (39.39), 1995 (39.01), 1998 (38.91), 2004 (38.93), 2005 (38.94), 2006 (38.97), 2007 (40.57), 2008 (38.74), 2017 (38.97)

1939 (3:18.8), 1940 (3:18.4), 2002 (3:06.41), 2006 (3:02.31), 2007 (3:09.93), 2012 (3:04.54), 2016 (3:01.83)

1935 (7:51.6), 1995 (7:24.64), 2010 (7:30.25)

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY (2)

100 METERS

1978 1996 2006 2008 2008

Revy Scott Chris Cummings Kelly Willie Trindon Holliday Richard Thompson*

1,500 METERS

1979 Mike Quigley 110 HURDLES

1975 Larry Shipp 2011 Barrett Nugent 2012 Barrett Nugent 400 HURDLES

1964 Billy Hardin 1983 John Dutton 1986 Bernard Williams

2002 Lueroy Colquhoun 2007 Isa Phillips 10.22 10.23 10.18 10.20 10.00 3:46.99 13.7 13.19w 13.37w 50.8 51.01 50.0

50.14 50.71

POLE VAULT

1987 Ricky Wright 1999 Russ Buller 2000 Russ Buller LONG JUMP

1941 1981 1990 1998 2002

Billy Brown Eugene McCain Llewellyn Starks Mike Alridge Walter Davis

2004 LeJuan Simon

25-8w

TRIPLE JUMP

1979 Mark Dobbins 8:43.02 1990 Magnus Bengtsson 8:39.83 1938 Fred Shelton 1940 Ivan Devall

2000 (1:33.77), 2001 (1:31.63), 2002 (1:33.05), 2003 (1:30.07), 2004 (1:30.42), 2006 (1:32.70), 2011 (1:30.88), 2012 (1:30.01), 2016 (1:31.30)

1993 (3:30.81), 1994 (3:31.52), 1995 (3:29.82), 2008 (3:29.72), 2009 (3:31.81)

4X800-METER RELAY (6) 1985 (8:34.10), 2008 (8:45.04), 2009 (8:46.23), 2011 (8:39.19), 2013 (8:41.25), 2017 (9:39.57)

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY (2) 2012 (11:16.82), 2013 (11:23.55)

3,000 STEEPLECHASE

HIGH JUMP

Schowonda Williams Dawn Sowell Dawn Bowles Cheryl Taplin Lolo Jones Kimberlyn Duncan

4X400-METER RELAY (5)

1972 (3:18.48), 2010 (3:16.01) MEN’S UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONS

1987 1989 1992 1994 2003 2012

1987 (1:39.04), 1989 (1:36.81), 1991 (1:38.10), 1992 (1:37.90), 1993 (1:37.95), 1997 (3:50.44), 1999 (3:44.18), 2002 (3:48.54), 2004 (3:44.20), 2009 (3:50.89), 2010 (3:43.98), 2012 (3:43.79), 2013 (3:43.98)

1989 (43.33), 1991 (43.82), 1992 (43.98), 1994 (43.25), 1995 (43.68), 1996 (43.31), 2001 (43.43), 2003 (42.63), 2004 (43.34), 2012 (42.99), 2016 (43.25)

LSU Women LSU Women LSU Women LSU Women LSU Women

TEXAS RELAYS MOST OUTSTANDING PERFORMERS

4X200-METER RELAY (9)

4X100-METER RELAY (11)

4X800-METER RELAY (3)

1989 1995 1996 2003 2012

WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY RELAY CHAMPIONS SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY (13)

CLEBURNE PRICE, JR. 4X400-METER RELAY (7)

TEXAS RELAYS MOST OUTSTANDING TEAMS

6-2 6-3 1/2 16-10 18-2 1/2 18-8 3/4 25-7 24-9 26-3 1/2 25-1 3/4 26-7 3/4

1998 2001 2003 2012

Levar Anderson 51-5 3/4 Walter Davis 54-11 1/2 John Moffitt 54-6 1/2w Kyron Blaise 53-6 1/2w

HAMMER

2010 Walter Henning

236-1

JAVELIN

1935 1946 1965 1966 1967

Buddy Blair 206-6 Bob Lowther 197-3 1/2 Delmon McNabb 221-5 1/4 Jack Dyer 235-4 Delmon McNabb 250-0

DISCUS

1989 1990 1992 2015

John Nichols John Nichols John Nichols Rodney Brown

204-1 202-3 201-0 209-8

WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONS 100 METERS

1987 1989 1993 1994 1995 2003 2004 2005 2008 2012 2013 2017

Sheila Echols Dawn Sowell Cheryl Taplin Cheryl Taplin Zundra Feagin Muna Lee Muna Lee Kelly Baptiste Kelly Baptiste* Kimberlyn Duncan Kimberlyn Duncan Kortnei Johnson

100 HURDLES

1986 1989 1991 1992

Alicia Bass Tananjalyn Stanley Mary Cobb Dawn Bowles

11.37 10.93 11.45 10.99w 11.12w 10.97w 11.31 11.04w 11.06 10.94w 11.06w 11.19w

1996 2000 2003 2007 2008

Kim Carson Joyce Bates Lolo Jones Jessica Ohanaja Nickiesha Wilson

400 HURDLES

1985 1986 1987 1993 2007 2017

Schowonda Williams Schowonda Williams Schowonda Williams Debbie Parris Nickiesha Wilson Kymber Payne

HIGH JUMP

2010 Brittani Carter POLE VAULT

13.26 12.94 13.15 13.05

12.73w 12.82w 12.90 13.34 12.85

2009 Rachel Laurent

56.57 57.80 58.56 58.02 57.12 56.12

2016 Nataliyah Friar TRIPLE JUMP

1996 1997 2000 2002

Suzette Lee Suzette Lee Keisha Spencer Nicole Toney

DISCUS

44-6 44-11 1/2 45-10 43-7 1/4

1994 Danyel Mitchell 183-3 * Indicates winner of an invitational race

6-0 1/2 14-1 1/4

LONG JUMP

1993 Daphnie Saunders 20-8 2014 Keri Emanuel 21-6 1/4

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HISTORY

2011 Penn Relays 4x100 Relay Champions

Each year, track athletes from around the world converge on historic Franklin Field in Philadelphia for the annual Penn Relay Carnival to take part in one of the true spectacles in the sport of track and field. The LSU Track & Field program has been one of the featured attractions over the years as the Tigers and Lady Tigers put their talent on display for the more than 100,000 fans that fill the stands to make the Penn Relays one of the unique events in all of sports. The teams have won a combined 70 Championship of America relay titles, while having 70 athletes crowned University champions throughout the storied history of the meet. The Lady Tigers are the winningest women’s program in meet history as their 46 total relay titles all-time is more than any other women’s program in collegiate track and field. The Tigers have won 24 relay titles of their own. LSU made history in 2008 by winning a combined six relay titles between the men’s and women’s teams, which is a meet record for a combined program.

PENN RELAYS MOST OUTSTANDING ATHLETES 1994 1996 2003 2006 2006 2008 2009 2009 2010 2014

Cheryl Taplin D’Andre Hill Muna Lee Kelly Baptiste Kellie Willie LaTavia Thomas Rachel Laurent Jeremy Hicks Walter Henning Rodney Brown

College Women’s Outstanding Relay Runner College Women’s Outstanding Relay Runner College Women’s Outstanding Relay Runner College Women’s Individual Athlete of the Meet College Men’s Outstanding Relay Runner College Women’s Outstanding Relay Runner College Women’s Individual Athlete of the Meet College Men’s Individual Athlete of the Meet College Men’s Individual Athlete of the Meet College Men’s Individual Athlete of the Meet

MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP OF AMERICA RELAY TITLES

WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP OF AMERICA RELAY TITLES

1979 (40.00), 1992 (39.70), 1993 (39.49), 1995 (39.47), 2005 (39.06), 2006 (39.22), 2007 (39.73), 2008 (39.18), 2011 (38.77)

1985 (44.61), 1991 (43.96), 1992 (44.14), 1995 (43.99), 1996 (43.66), 1997 (43.51), 1998 (43.42), 2000 (43.98), 2003 (42.73), 2004 (42.92), 2007 (43.66), 2008 (42.59)

4X100-METER RELAY (9)

4X200-METER RELAY (5)

1992 (1:22.02), 1997 (1:21.50), 1998 (1:22.28), 2006 (1:21.31), 2011 (1:20.62)

4X400-METER RELAY (5)

2002 (3:05.14), 2006 (3:02.21), 2007 (3:07.34), 2012 (3:04.47),2015 (3:02.61)

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY (3)

2008 (3:16.68), 2010 (3:17.65), 2014 (3:17.96)

4X800-METER RELAY (1)

4X100-METER RELAY (12)

4X200-METER RELAY (12)

1991 (1:32.2), 1994 (1:32.55), 1995 (1:32.61), 1996 (1:31.60), 1997 (1:31.29), 1999 (1:32.46), 2001 (1:31.24), 2002 (1:31.58), 2003 (1:29.78), 2004 (1:30.54), 2006 (1:31.65), 2012 (1:31.86)

SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY (10)

1991 (53.0), 1992 (53.8), 1999 (54.01), 2000 (54.57), 2003 (53.04), 2004 (53.43), 2006 (54.24), 2008 (52.77), 2012 (54.68), 2015 (54.22)

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY (8)

1935 (7:49.0)

2002 (3:47.48), 2003 (3:44.68), 2007 (3:47.09), 2008 (3:46.65), 2009 (3:47.26), 2010 (3:48.36), 2011 (3:48.45), 2013 (3:44.26)

SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY (1) 1987 (55.73)

4X400-METER RELAY (2)

1987 (3:35.66), 1993 (3:29.91)

4X800-METER RELAY (2)

1987 (8:25.95), 2008 (8:30.98) MEN’S UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONS

LONG JUMP

100 METERS

2009 Trindon Holliday 2011 Gabriel Mvumvure

10.16 10.36

110 HURDLES

2010 Barrett Nugent 2015 Jordan Moore

13.58 13.84

400 HURDLES

1935 Glenn Hardin

54.7

10,000 METERS

1990 Terry Thornton POLE VAULT

1997 2000 2004 2010

Russ Buller Russ Buller Daniel Trosclair Josh Dominguez

28:32.98 18-0 1/2 18-6 1/2 17-4 1/2 17-8 1/2

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2001 2002 2004 2009 2013

Walter Davis Walter Davis John Moffitt Jeremy Hicks Damar Forbes

TRIPLE JUMP

1932 1935 1999 2001 2002

Sid Bowman Buddy Blair Levar Anderson Walter Davis Walter Davis

25-10 1/4 26-8 1/2 26-5 3/4 26-3 25-11 47-9 3/8 47-6 54-2 3/4 55-0 3/4 54-11 1/2

1997 Gunnar Pfingsten 61-5 1/2 1999 2000 2014 2015

Alex Forst Alex Forst Rodney Brown Rodney Brown

2008 2009 2010 2011

Rabun Fox Walter Henning Walter Henning Walter Henning

JAVELIN

SHOT PUT DISCUS

HAMMER

184-3 188-11 210-10 213-5

1991 Mark Morris 2008 Chad Radgowski DECATHLON

1992 Kanon Vanderhoff

208-8 225-6 237-9 208-3 225-2 228-8 7,177

WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONS

100 METERS

1985 1991 1993 1994 1995

Michelle King Esther Jones Cheryl Taplin Cheryl Taplin Kwajalein Butler

11.66 11.33 11.36 11.16 11.40

1996 1998 2001 2002 2003 2006 2009

D’Andre Hill Peta Gaye-Dowdie Muna Lee Muna Lee Muna Lee Kelly Baptiste Samantha Henry

100 HURDLES

1991 1992 1996 2004 2007 2008 2011 2012 2014

Mary Cobb Dawn Bowles Kim Carson Lolo Jones Jessica Ohanaja Nickiesha Wilson Jasmin Stowers Jasmin Stowers Jasmin Stowers

400 HURDLES

11.14 11.37 11.24 11.38 11.23 11.10 11.22 13.06 13.06 13.03 13.04w 13.09 13.03 13.16 13.05 12.99

1986 Schowonda Williams 55.78 1987 Schowonda Williams 56.98

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2010 Brittani Carter POLE VAULT 2008 Katelyn Rodrigue

2009 Rachel Laurent

56.99 6-0 13-7 1/4 13-10 1/2

LONG JUMP

1993 Daphnie Saunders 20-1 1/2w 2015 Nataliyah Friar 20-7 3/4 TRIPLE JUMP

1996 2002 2003 2011

Suzette Lee 45-3 Nicole Toney 43-1 Nicole Toney 44-4 Melissa Ogbourne 42-10 3/4

SHOT PUT

1992 Danyel Mitchell

52-6 1/2

2015 Tori Bliss DISCUS

1993 Danyel Mitchell 1994 Danyel Mitchell JAVELIN

1987 Laverne Eve

56-5 3/4 175-7 183-7 174-2


Men’s All-Time Indoor Records

RECORDS Abbreviations: c = converted from equivalent distance, y = time achieved at yard equivalent, a = time achieved at altitude

55 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9.

Chris Cummings Clyde Bishop Willie Turner Slip Watkins Jermaine Grant Glenroy Gilbert Efram Coley ReVey Scott Rohsaan Griffin Anthony Druilhet

60 METERS

1. Richard Thompson 2. Trindon Holliday 3. Horatio Williams 4. Donte Jackson 5. Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Tremayne Acy 7. Rynell Parson Kelly Willie 9. Aaron Ernest Keyth Talley

200 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Xavier Carter Kelly Willie Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Aaron Ernest Horatio Williams Rohsaan Griffin Tremayne Acy Robert Parham Vernon Norwood Derrick Brew

400 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Xavier Carter Vernon Norwood Alleyne Francique Pete Coley Kelly Willie Michael Cherry Caleb Williams Reggie Dardar Derrick Brew Quincy Downing

800 METERS

1. Blair Henderson 2. Richard Jones 3. Jeffrey Fisher 4. Elkana Kosgei 5. Reuben Twijukye 6. Jamaal James 7. Mark Fowler 8. Passmore Furusa 9. Robin van Helden 10. Sadiki White OVERSIZED TRACK: 1. Jeffrey Fisher

MILE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Passmore Furusa John Kosgei Robin van Helden Patrick Gavin Terry Thornton Bobby Beck Mike Quigley Michael Hendry Dajour Braxton Mark Elliott

3,000 METERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

John Kosgei Terry Thornton Mark Elliott Passmore Furusa Mike Quigley Curtis Conaway Dajour Braxton Tom Douple Bobby Beck Mark Dobbins

1998 1982 1978 1990 1998 1993 1979 1978 1996 1986

6.13a 6.14y 6.19y 6.21 6.22a 6.24 6.24y 6.24y 6.25 6.25y

5,000 METERS

1. Terry Thornton 2. Mark Elliott 3. Jimmy Wiggins 4. Mike Smith 5. Mark Dobbins 6. Joseph Simuchimba 7. Likhaya Dayile 8. Richard Chautin 9. Cullen Doody 10. Jacob Simmons OVERSIZED TRACK: 1. Sam Mwape

55 HURDLES

2008 2008 2011 2016 2017 2015 2012 2006 2015 2012

6.51 6.54 6.61 6.63 6.65 6.65 6.66 6.66 6.67 6.67

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Larry Shipp Bernard Williams Charles James Orlando McDaniel Bert Rareshide Eric Reid Derek Hopkins Allen Misher George Boutte Sherman Morris

60 HURDLES 2006 2006 2017 2013 2011 1996 2017 2003 2015 1999

20.30 20.46 20.49 20.53 20.68 20.69 20.80 20.91 20.92 20.94

2006 2015 2002 2002 2005 2016 2011 2007 2000 2015

45.28 45.31 45.35 45.37 45.41 45.61 46.08 46.11 46.12 46.13

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Barrett Nugent Jordan Moore Ryan Fontenot Alleyne Lett Joshua Thompson Bert Rareshide Greg Scott Patrick Lee Keane Bland Joshua Lamers

HIGH JUMP

2017 2010 2005 2008 2008 2007 1988 1995 1985 2010

1:47.34 1:47.78 1:47.84 1:48.18 1:48.29 1:48.58 1:49.31 1:49.40 1:49.61c 1:49.62

2004

1:48.44

1995 2008 1988 2006 1990 1982 1980 2008 2016 1989

3:58.77 3:59.85 4:00.42 4:02.73 4:03.06 4:03.14 4:04.29 4:05.03 4:05.29 4:06.31

2008 1989 1989 1994 1980 1982 2017 1975 1980 1979

7:55.49 7:56.66 8:00.03 8:04.90 8:07.00c 8:08.0 8:08.55 8:10.4c 8:14.14c 8:15.15c

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Tom Lange Alain Metellus Larey Weaver J.J. Barton Claston Bernard Louis Callaway Bruce Reid John Dupont Fitzroy Dunkley Phillip Malcolm Juan Thomas Dennis Harris Sheldon Blockburger Harry Palles

POLE VAULT

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Russ Buller Daniel Trosclair Greg Rappe Andreas Duplantis Derrick Prentice Marcus McGehee Joseph Caraway Ricky Wright Edgar Diaz Greg Duplantis

LONG JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

John Moffitt Damar Forbes Walter Davis Llewellyn Starks Zedric Thomas Marcus Thomas Jeremy Hicks Mike Alridge Matthew Rose Glenroy Gilbert

TRIPLE JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Walter Davis LeJuan Simon John Moffitt LeVar Anderson Willie Bradley Reggie Jones Lotfi Khaida Marcus Thomas Ed Lloyd Kyron Blaise

1990 1990 2005 1986 1980 2008 2000 2011 2012 2009

13:39.68 13:43.34 14:14.94 14:16.98c 14:21.8c 14:24.46 14:25.85 14:29.11 14:30.25 14:34.75

2004

14:31.39

1976 1985 1986 1981 1996 1987 1990 1973 1978 1991

7.11y 7.15y 7.16y 7.16y 7.17c 7.19y 7.22 7.24yc 7.26y 7.31

2012 2016 2008 2007 2015 1996 2000 2009 2017 2014

7.55 7.58 7.69 7.70 7.73 7.77 7.82 7.86 7.89 7.91

1992 1986 1983 1999 2002 1987 1989 1995 2013 2007 1994 1990 1988 1981

7-6 1/2 7-3 1/2 7-3 7-3 7-1 3/4 7-1 1/2 6-11 3/4 6-11 6-10 3/4 6-10 3/4 6-10 3/4 6-10 3/4 6-10 3/4 6-10 3/4

1999 2004 1984 2013 1995 2011 2014 1987 1991 1986

19-0 1/4 18-1 18-1 17-9 1/4 17-7 3/4 17-7 1/2 17-7 17-7 17-6 1/4 17-5 1/2

2004 2013 2002 1990 2011 2000 2009 1996 1989 1993

27-1 3/4 26-11 1/4 26-9 26-7 1/4 26-6 1/4 26-3 3/4 26-3 1/2 25-10 25-10 25-8 3/4

2002 2004 2004 1999 2004 1993 1992 2001 1981 2011

56-6 1/2 55-11 1/4 55-1 55-0 3/4 54-5 1/4 54-2 3/4 54-1 1/4 54-0 1/2 53-11 53-8 1/4

SHOT PUT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Joe Maciejczyk Simon Williams Rolf Kahles Gunnar Pfingsten Scott Petersen Frank Mazza Christian Nehme Ricky Jean-Francois Alex Forst Tom Marshall

WEIGHT THROW 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Walter Henning Johnnie Jackson Michael Lauro Dave Paddison Rodney Brown David Collins Ross Roubion Patrick Geers Javier Nieto Rabun Fox

PENTATHLON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Sheldon Blockburger Bruce Reid Claston Bernard Bengt Jarlsjo Mikael Olander Enno Tjepkema Kanon Vanderhoff

HEPTATHLON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Darion Powell Edwin Billot Gavin Fleming Alleyne Lett Kwami Roberts

1981 1990 1997 1998 1994 1989 1999 2006 1999 1980

66-0 1/4 63-1 1/4 62-11 1/4 62-10 1/2 62-0 1/4 61-5 3/4 61-5 60-1 1/4 60- 0 1/2 59-8 1/4

2010 2017 2012 1994 2015 2016 2011 2016 2002 2009

78-1 77-3 3/4 72-6 1/4 69-11 1/2 69-3 1/4 68-3 3/4 67-0 1/2 66-11 1/2 66-6 1/2 65-7 1/2

1987 1989 2002 1989 1988 1988 1992

4,451 4,399 4,350 4,085 4,053 3,925 3,877

2006 2006 2005 2005 2005

5,707 5,652 5,077 5,072 4,822

4X400-METER RELAY

1. Kelly Willie, Reggie Dardar, Melville Rogers, Xavier Carter 2. Darrell Bush, Quincy Downing, Cyril Grayson, Vernon Norwood 3. Cyril Grayson, LaMar Bruton, Michael Cherry, Fitzroy Dunkley 4. Robert Parham, Lueroy Colquhoun, Pedro Tunon, Alleyne Francique 5. Cyril Grayson, LaMar Bruton, Michael Cherry, Fitzroy Dunkley 6. Darrell Bush, Quincy Downing, Cyril Grayson, Vernon Norwood 7. Darrell Bush, Quincy Downing, Cyril Grayson, Vernon Norwood 8. Lueroy Colquhoun, Pete Coley, Robert Parham, Alleyne Francique 9. Pete Coley, Marlon Greensword, Bennie Brazell, Kelly Willie 10. Robert Parham, Pete Coley, Bennie Brazell, Kelly Willie OVERSIZED TRACK: 1. Robert Parham, Pete Coley, Bennie Brazell, Kelly Willie

2006

3:04.01

2014

3:04.04

2016

3:04.28

2001

3:04.44

2016

3:04.46

2014

3:04.54a

2014

3:04.60

2002

3:04.75

2003

3:04.79

2004

3:04.84

2004

3:03.97

2017

9:31.66

2008

9:35.31

2016

9:35.90

2017

9:36.22

2006

9:41.04

2016

9:42.56

1995

9:45.64

1982

9:46.24

2015

9:47.84

2014

9:48.01

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

1. Blair Henderson, Jaron Flournoy, Jack Wilkes, Dajour Braxton 2. Elkana Kosgei, Armanti Hayes, Jamaal James, John Kosgei 3. Blair Henderson, Cyril Grayson, Jack Wilkes, Dajour Braxton 4. Blair Henderson, Marcus Tiner, Jack Wilkes, Dajour Braxton 5. Michael Hendry, Austin Benton, Isa Phillips, Patrick Gavin 6. Jack Wilkes, Matthew Rhorer, Blair Henderson, Dajour Braxtonn 7. Tre Hendry, Kurt Dietrich, James Hook, Passmore Furusa 8. Scott Ainsworth, Calvin Kennon, John Sauerhage, Bobby Beck 9. Blair Henderson, Fitzroy Dunkley, Jack Wilkes, Philip Primeaux 10. Julian Parker, Cyril Grayson, Blair Henderson, Philip Primeaux

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Women’s All-Time Indoor Records Abbreviations: c = converted from equivalent distance, a = time achieved at altitude

55 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Dawn Sowell D’Andre Hill Peta-Gaye Dowdie Esther Jones Sheila Echols Cheryl Taplin Kelly Baptiste Muna Lee Dahlia Duhaney Kwajalein Butler

60 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 10.

Kelly Baptiste Muna Lee Kimberlyn Duncan Mikiah Brisco Aleia Hobbs Kenyanna Wilson Samantha Henry Kortnei Johnson D’Andre Hill Semoy Hackett

200 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Muna Lee Kimberlyn Duncan Peta-Gaye Dowdie Semoy Hackett Brooklynn Morris Jada Martin Dawn Sowell Kelly Baptiste Rebecca Alexander Stephanie Durst

400 METERS

1. Hazelann Regis 2. Nadia Davy 3. Youlanda Warren 4. LaTarsha Stroman 5. Deonna Lawrence 6. Ronetta Smith 7. Rebecca Alexander 8. Nickiesha Wilson 9. Travia Jones 10. Heather Van Norman OVERSIZED TRACK: 1. Hazelann Regis

800 METERS 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

MILE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

6.58 6.65 6.68a 6.69 6.70 6.72 6.73 6.73 6.76 6.77

2008 2003 2013 2016 2017 2008 2008 2017 1996 2011

7.13 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 7.18 7.18 7.21 7.21 7.22

2003 2013 1999 2011 2006 2017 1989 2007 2011 2002

22.49 22.54 22.83 22.84 22.84 22.85 22.87 22.90 22.96 23.00

2005 2004 1995 1997 2005 2002 2012 2007 2017 1992

50.92 52.00 52.39 52.45 52.48 52.59 52.66 52.82 52.92 53.05

2004

51.13

Natoya Goule Charlene Lipsey Morgan Schuetz Ruby Stauber Claudine Williams LaTavia Thomas Neisha Bernard-Thomas Marian Burnett Nikita Tracey Brittany Hall

2013 2013 2017 2017 1999 2010 2005 2003 2014 2011

2:02.00 2:02.47 2:03.01 2:03.01 2:03.38 2:03.77 2:03.93 2:04.57 2:05.28 2:05.50

Morgan Schuetz Christine Slythe Muffy McLeod Charlotte Mayock Silje Rasmussen Laura Carleton Ruby Stauber Charlene Lipsey Lisa Reed Hollie Parker

2017 1985 1985 1997 1997 2012 2017 2013 1987 2016

4:38.45 4:38.67 4:41.54c 4:41.98 4:42.91 4:43.12 4:43.17 4:44.20 4:45.20 4:49.71

1987 2013 2016 1985 2000 2001 1981 2015 2006 2015

9:19.11 9:21.92 9:36.91 9:40.44c 9:51.83 9:52.71 10:00.78c 10:00.81 10:01.13 10:01.99

3,000 METERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1989 1996 1998 1989 1987 1994 2006 2003 1993 1996

Lisa Reed Laura Carleton Morgan Schuetz Muffy McLeod Bridget Cusack Susanne Strunz Michelle Gross Andria Aguilar Michelle Hymel Chaiss Matthews

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5,000 METERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Laura Carleton Bridgette Cusack Katie Denton Elaine Gomez Brea Goodman Kate Accardo Dakota Goodman Lisa Reed Hannah Bourque Ashley Welborn

55 HURDLES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kim Carson Astia Walker Tananjalyn Stanley Dawn Bowles Lolo Jones Joyce Bates Cinnamon Sheffield Mary Cobb Jessica Ohanaja Alicia Bass

60 HURDLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jasmin Stowers Mikiah Brisco Joyce Bates Jessica Ohanaja Lolo Jones Nickiesha Wilson Daeshon Gordon Kim Carson Astia Walker Selena Lewis

HIGH JUMP

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Gai Kapernick Brittani Carter Gretchen Francois Kym Carter Kelli Flynn Keisha Spencer Hareldau Argyle Shanice Hall Shaunette Davidson Kim Fenton

POLE VAULT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rachel Laurent Katelyn Rodrigue Lacey Sanchez Mallory Thompson Amy Stelly Randi Opperman Lauren Saucier Brianne Bergeron Calah Young Megan Duet

LONG JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Daphnie Saunders Sheila Echols Monique Freeman Tina Harris Dahlia Duhaney Suzette Lee Nataliyah Friar Sharon Jaklofsky Kathy Coleman Andrea Linton

TRIPLE JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Suzette Lee Keisha Spencer Nicole Toney Andrea Linton Daphnie Saunders Keri Emanuel Lynnika Pitts Bianca Rockett Melissa Ogbourne Nataliyah Friar

RECORDS

2013 2000 2005 1984 2011 2008 2011 1985 2017 2014

16:11.58 17:16.95c 17:26.60 17:30.21c 17:33.34 17:35.60 17:36.18 17:36.58c 17:58.67 17:59.28

1996 1998 1989 1992 2003 1999 1992 1991 2006 1986

7.40 7.46a 7.47 7.51 7.57 7.58 7.59 7.61 7.62 7.63y

2014 2017 2000 2007 2004 2007 2016 1996 1998 1999

7.96aa 7.98 7.99 8.00 8.00 8.01 8.04 8.05 8.08 8.09

1993 2011 1998 1987 1991 1999 1996 2016 2006 1989

6-1 1/2 6-1 1/4 6-1 1/4 6-0 3/4 5-11 1/2 5-11 1/4 5-10 3/4 5-10 5-10 5-10

2010 2008 2012 2008 2017 2002 2008 2012 2005 2005

14-3 1/2 13-6 1/2 12-9 1/2 12-0 11-10 11-9 3/4 11-9 11-7 1/4 11-6 1/2 11-3 3/4

1994 1987 2000 2005 1991 1997 2015 1992 2008 2008

22-4 1/2 21-11 3/4 21-4 1/2 21-1 1/2 21-1 1/2 21-1 1/4 21-0 20-11 1/4 20-10 1/2 20-10

1997 2000 2003 2008 1994 2013 2014 2002 2010 2016

46-9 46-1 1/2 45-2 1/4 44-6 1/4 44-5 1/4 44-2 44-0 3/4 44-0 43-5 42-9

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SHOT PUT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tori Bliss Danyel Mitchell Teresa Williford Nickolette Dunbar Katie McKeever Laverne Eve Laurie Trapp Brieanna Kennedy Kym Carter Jacqui Sheffield

WEIGHT THROW 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Denise Hinton Jordan McClendon Mallory McDonald Karen Henning Brieanna Kennedy Gabby Figueroa Marvalyn Vernon Samia Stokes Candice Gonzalez Sidnie Wilder

PENTATHLON 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sharon Jaklofsky Katarina Hallberg Cheryl Wilson Rhonda Phillips Megan Akre Shaunette Davidson Jovennie McDuffie Brittany Kelly Therese Jernbeck Alex Gochenour

2015 1994 1986 2017 2003 1987 1992 2010 1987 1984

60-7 1/4 55-10 1/2 55-9 1/4 54-1 3/4 52-1 51-7 3/4 49-8 1/4 49-2 1/4 48-0 47-1 3/4

2014 2017 2003 2013 2012 2015 2017 2010 2002 2015

73-11 69-3 1/4 65-2 3/4 61-10 1/2 61-9 1/2 61-1 1/4 61-0 3/4 60-8 3/4 60-0 1/2 58-10 1/4

1992 1990 1989 1989 2006 2007 1992 2017 2013 2012

4,212 4,002 4,002 3,988 3,971 3,896 3,890 3,881 3,864 3,855

4X400-METER RELAY

1. Brooklynn Morris, Neisha Bernard-Thomas, Deonna Lawrence, Hazelann Regis 2005 2. Brooklynn Morris, Juanita Broaddus, Cynetheia Rooks, Deonna Lawrence 2006 3. Brooklynn Morris, Cynetheia Rooks, LaTavia Thomas, Deonna Lawrence 2007 4. Hazelann Regis, Neisha Bernard-Thomas, Monique Hall, Nadia Davy 2004 5. Brooklynn Morris, Nickiesha Wilson, Cynetheia Rooks, Deonna Lawrence 2007 6. Rebecca Alexander, Cassandra Tate, Latoya McDermott, Jonique Day 2011 7. Brooklynn Morris, Kelly Baptiste, Juanita Broaddus, Deonna Lawrence 2006 8. Brooklynn Morris, Nickiesha Wilson, LaTavia Thomas, Deonna Lawrence 2008 9. Rebecca Alexander, Cassandra Tate, Siedda Herbert, Jonique Day 2012 10. Brooklynn Morris, Deonna Lawrence, LaTavia Thomas, Nickiesha Wilson 2007 OVERSIZED TRACK: 1. Hazelann Regis, Neisha Bernard-Thomas, Monique Hall, Nadia Davy 2004

3:29.06 3:29.33 3:29.86 3:30.14 3:30.26 3:30.37 3:30.43 3:31.14 3:31.55 3:31.77 3:29.42

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ruby Stauber, Travia Jones, Hollie Parker, Morgan Schuetz 2017 Hollie Parker, Travia Jones, Hannah Deworth, Morgan Schuetz 2016 Ruby Stauber, Travia Jones, Erika Lewis, Morgan Schuetz 2017 Ruby Stauber, Travia Jones, Hollie Parker, Morgan Schuetz 2017 Hollie Parker, Chanice Chase, Hannah Deworth, Morgan Schuetz 2016 Hollie Parker, Keterra Harris, Hannah Deworth, Morgan Schuetz 2016 Hollie Parker, Oksana Lawrence, Erika Lewis, Morgan Schuetz 2017 Charlene Lipsey, Jonique Day, Samantha Levin, Laura Carleton 2012 Andria Aguilar, Keterra Harris, Danielle Avery, Morgan Schuetz 2015 Laura Carleton, Montenae Roye-Speight, Nikita Tracey, Charlene Lipsey 2013

10:57.66 11:05.34 11:06.83 11:08.44 11:15.43 11:16.92 11:17.28 11:18.75 11:19.10 11:22.74


Men’s All-Time Outdoor Records

RECORDS Abbreviations and Notes : c = time converted from yard equivalent, w = wind-aided decathlon or heptathlon (over 4.0 mps), * = decathlon or heptathlon rescored on 1985 IAAF Tables In running events, hand times are carried in 10ths, while automatic times are carried in 100ths. Hand times are placed with auto times by adding either 0.24 seconds (for events less than 400m), or 0.14 seconds (400m and up) to the hand time. Starting in 1980, only automatic times were accepted for events less than 400 meters. With the exception of the decathlon. Wind-aided performances are not eligible for these lists.

100 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Richard Thompson Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Trindon Holliday Xavier Carter Aaron Ernest Slip Watkins Fabian Muyaba Byron Logan 9. Tremayne Acy Glenroy Gilbert

200 METERS

1. Xavier Carter 2. Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake 3. Aaron Ernest 4. Renard Howell 5. Tremayne Acy 6. Richard Thompson 7. Rohsaan Griffin 8. Jaron Flournoy 9. Curtis Perry 10. Efram Coley

400 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Derrick Brew Vernon Norwood Xavier Carter Kelly Willie Michael Cherry Alleyne Francique Pete Coley Fitzroy Dunkley Riker Hylton Al Coffee

800 METERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robin van Helden David Singoei Julian Parker Richard Jones Bob Smith Jamaal James Blair Henderson Elkana Kosgei Reuben Twijukye Sadiki White

1,500 METERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Passmore Furusa Bobby Beck Terry Thornton Mike Quigley Robin van Helden John Kosgei John Stewart Bob Smith Mark Elliott Patrick Gavin

5,000 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mark Elliott Terry Thornton John Kosgei John Stewart Mike Smith Abderrzak Merchoud Mike Quigley Tom Douple Sam Mwape Jimmy Wiggins

2008 2017 2009 2006 2015 1989 1993 1998 2015 1993

9.89 9.99 10.00 10.09 10.12 10.15 10.15 10.15 10.16 10.16

2006 2016 2014 2016 2015 2008 1996 2017 1997 1980

19.63 19.95 20.14 20.15 20.17 20.18 20.21 20.24 20.25 20.35

1999 2015 2006 2005 2017 2002 2002 2016 2011 1969

44.29 44.44 44.53 44.63 44.67 44.87 44.89 45.06 45.30 45.44c

1987 1993 2015 2010 1972 2007 2015 2008 2007 2010

1:45.53 1:45.64 1:46.17 1:46.42 1:46.9c 1:47.00 1:47.03 1:47.05 1:47.11 1:47.57

1995 1984 1989 1980 1989 2008 1972 1974 1989 2006

3:39.71 3:41.8 3:42.20 3:42.36 3:42.37 3:42.98 3:44.2c 3:44.3c 3:44.52 3:45.03

1989 1989 2008 1971 1986 1997 1980 1974 2004 2004

13:33.10 13:49.69 13:54.40 14:04.0c 14:10.74 14:12.79 14:13.43 14:13.4 14:14.52 14:14.90

10,000 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Terry Thornton Mark Elliott Likhaya Dayile Mike Smith Joseph Simuchimba Jimmy Wiggins Sam Mwape Pablo Presedo Dajour Braxton Richard Chautin

110 HURDLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Barrett Nugent Jordan Moore Eric Reid Joshua Thompson Larry Shipp Alleyne Lett Ryan Fontenot Orlando McDaniel Charles James Bernard Williams Allen Misher

400 HURDLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bennie Brazell Isa Phillips Lueroy Colquhoun Regan Nichols Quincy Downing Bernard Williams Billy Hardin Carey Schimph David Singoei Glenn “Slats” Hardin

1990 1989 2001 1986 2007 2005 2005 1988 2017 2010

28:18.68 28:32.44 29:16.82 29:18.88 29:39.83 29:50.94 30:02.83 30:12.65 30:15.26 30:28.04

2012 2015 1987 2015 1975 2007 2008 1980 1984 1985 1973

13.32 13.47 13.50 13.55 13.55 13.57 13.64 13.64 13.67 13.73 13.73

2005 2007 2002 1996 2014 1986 1964 1975 1992 1934

47.67 48.51 48.91 49.43 49.63 49.65 49.94c 50.44c 50.69 50.74c

3,000-METER STEEPLECHASE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Magnus Bengtsson Mark Dobbins Terry Thornton Passmore Furusa Bobby Beck Paul Marmaro Stuart Mee David Hall Bob Wyman Jaime Bastidas

HIGH JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tom Lange J.J. Barton Larey Weaver Alain Metellus Claston Bernard Louis Callaway Bruce Reid John Dupont Juan Thomas Ted Heroman

POLE VAULT

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Russ Buller Greg Duplantis Derrick Prentice Grey Rappe Thomas Reinecke Edgar Daiz Josh Dominguez Ricky Wright Marcus McGehee Andreas Duplantis

LONG JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

John Moffitt Damar Forbes Llewellyn Starks Walter Davis Reggie Jones LeJuan Simon Jeremy Hicks Lotfi Khaida Matthew Rose Marcus Thomas Eugene McCain

1990 1979 1991 1994 1981 1987 1987 1986 1993 1998

8:38.14 8:39.72 8:44.19 8:45.33 8:47.35 8:47.83 8:48.26 8:56.01 9:00.40 9:02.64

1990 1997 1982 1986 2002 1986 1988 1995 1994 1972

7-5 3/4 7-4 1/2 7-3 3/4 7-3 1/4 7-2 1/4 7-1 7-0 1/4 6-11 3/4 6-11 1/2 6-11

2000 1986 1996 1983 2013 1991 2010 1986 2011 2013

18-8 3/4 18-5 1/4 18-0 1/2 18-0 1/2 17-9 17-9 17-8 1/2 17-8 1/2 17-7 3/4 17-7

2004 2013 1990 2001 1993 2004 2009 1992 1989 2000 1979

27-9 1/2 27-0 3/4 27-0 1/2 26-8 1/4 26-5 3/4 26-3 1/2 26-3 26-2 1/4 26-2 1/4 26-1 1/2 26-1 1/2

TRIPLE JUMP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Walter Davis Reggie Jones Lotfi Khaida Marcus Thomas Zedric Thomas LeJuan Simon John Moffitt LeVar Anderson Kyron Blaise Jermaine Grant

SHOT PUT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Joe Maciejczyk Simon Williams Gunnar Pfingsten Rolf Kahles Scott Petersen Alex Forst John Dermody Frank Mazza Tom Marshall Christian Nehme

DISCUS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Rodney Brown John Nichols Simon Williams Alex Forst Mike Yasolsky Derrick Farrell Dave Paddison Johnnie Jackson Dave Grant Rolf Kahles

HAMMER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Walter Henning Johnnie Jackson Michael Lauro Dave Paddison Jeremy Tuttle Javier Nieto Rabun Fox David Collins Patrick Geers John Woosley

JAVELIN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Mikael Olander Chad Radgowski Mark Morris Preston Chatham Willie Boudloche Blake Theriot Aaron Moore Craig Nall Jeremy Tuttle Anthony Martel

2002 1992 1993 2000 2011 2004 2003 1999 2012 1995 1982 1991 1997 1997 1993 2000 1996 1989 1980 1998

Mario Sategna Mikael Olander Claston Bernard Sheldon Blockburger Bruce Reid Bengt Jarlsjo Darion Powell Alleyne Lett Edwin Billot Kanon Vanderhoff

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65-7 62-10 3/4 62-4 1/2 62-3 62-1 60-10 3/4 60-7 1/4 60-4 1/2 59-8 59-7

2015 1989 1992 1998 1989 1993 1991 2017 1995 1997

213-5 209-1 200-7 195-7 193-4 192-5 183-11 183-10 183-10 181-3

2010 2017 2011 1994 2014 1999 2008 2016 2016 1998

239-5 235-4 223-0 222-3 216-8 216-5 215-11 212-2 212-0 202-1

1987 2007 1992 2008 1993 2000 2012 2000 2012 2009

247-11 239-8 236-1 234-7 231-11 231-8 229-6 229-6 227-6 221-7

DECATHLON (1985 IAAF TABLES) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

57-8 1/2 56-2 55-6 1/4 54-6 3/4 54-5 1/2 54-4 1/2 54-2 3/4 54-2 3/4 54-1 1/4 53-1 3/4

1995 1988 2002 1987 1988 1989 2006 2005 2006 1992

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8,172 8,126 8,094 7,964 7,900w 7,733 7,640 7,550 7,468 7,449w


Women’s All-Time Outdoor Records 100 METERS

1. Dawn Sowell 2. Aleia Hobbs 3. D’Andre Hill 4. Mikiah Brisco Kimberlyn Duncan 6. Peta-Gaye Dowdie 7. Semoy Hackett Muna Lee 9. Kelly Baptiste 10. Cheryl Taplin

200 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Dawn Sowell Kimberlyn Duncan Zundra Feagin Muna Lee Stephanie Durst D’Andre Hill Esther Jones Peta-Gaye Dowdie Semoy Hackett Jada Martin

400 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

LaTarsha Stroman Hazelann Regis Nadia Davy Rebecca Alexander Claudine Williams Youlanda Warren Ronetta Smith Travia Jones Deonna Lawrence Monique Hall

800 METERS 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Natoya Goule Neisha Bernard-Thomas Charlene Lipsey LaTavia Thomas Morgan Schuetz Claudine Williams Camille Cato Sylvia Brydson Kayann Thompson Lee Ann Van Landingham

1,500 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Christine Slythe Charlene Lipsey Charlotte Mayock Laura Carleton Morgan Schuetz Muffy McLeod Natoya Goule Silje Rasmussen Ruby Stauber Andria Aguilar

3,000 METERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lisa Reed Laura Carleton Charlotte Mayock Muffy McLeod Morgan Schuetz Suzanne Strunz Michelle Gross Colleen Scanlan Bridget Cusack Ann Quigley

5,000 METERS

1. Laura Carleton 2. Muffy McLeod 3. Lisa Reed 4. Ruth Nanyinza 5. Katie Denton 6. Andria Aguilar 7. Hollie Parker 8. Ann Quigley 9. Suzanne Strunz 10. Bridget Cusack

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1989 2017 1996 2017 2012 1999 2012 2003 2008 1994

10.78 10.85 10.92 10.96 10.96 11.03 11.04 11.04 11.06 11.07

1989 2012 1996 2004 2002 1996 1990 2000 2012 2016

22.04 22.19 22.30 22.47 22.48 22.49 22.49 22.51 22.55 22.60

1997 2004 2003 2012 1999 1992 2002 2017 2006 2004

50.60 50.64 50.66 51.13 51.40 51.55 51.62 51.63 51.75 51.93

2013 2004 2012 2010 2016 1999 1987 1989 2010 1982

1:59.93 2:01.32 2:01.40 2:01.40 2:02.29 2:02.52 2:02.73 2:03.02 2:03.54 2:03.54

1985 2012 1997 2013 2016 1985 2013 1996 2017 2014

4:17.14 4:18.16 4:18.68 4:19.99 4:20.21 4:20.25 4:20.35 4:20.96 4:24.20 4:24.86

1987 2013 1997 1985 2016 2000 1981 1986 2000 1980

9:22.04 9:22.69 9:25.58 9:32.28 9:44.41 9:52.50 9:56.1 9:57.4 9:58.61 10:03.92

2013 1985 1988 2004 2005 2015 2017 1980 2000 2000

15:44.41 16:18.89 16:27.65 17:03.02 17:10.47 17:15.54 17:17.74 17:22.0 17:22.02 17:27.43

10,000 METERS 1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Laura Carleton Lisa Reed Katie Denton Bridget Cusack Elaine Gomez

100 HURDLES

1. Tananjalyn Stanley 2. Jasmin Stowers 3. Kim Carson 4. Lolo Jones 5. Dawn Bowles Astia Walker 7. Mikiah Brisco Nickiesha Wilson Joyce Bates 10. Chanice Chase

400 HURDLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nickiesha Wilson Schowonda Williams Debbie Parris Nikita Tracey Cassandra Tate Chanice Chase Kymber Payne Donalda Duprey Ka’Lynn Jupiter Bryiana Richardson Daeshon Gordon

2013 1988 2005 2001 1984

34:01.65 35:27.94 35:39.94 36:32.79 36:37.25

1989 2014 1996 2004 1991 1997 2017 2008 2000 2015

12.70 12.71 12.72 12.77 12.82 12.82 12.85 12.85 12.85 12.94

2007 1987 1994 2014 2012 2016 2017 1991 2016 2017 2015

53.97 54.82 55.17 55.18 55.22 55.35 55.50 56.29 56.63 57.24 57.24

3,000-METER STEEPLECHASE 1. 2. 3.

Susanne Strunz Kate Accardo Sandra Smith

HIGH JUMP

1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Gai Kapernick Brittani Carter Kelli Flynn Kym Carter Hareldau Argyle Gretchen Francois Kim Fenton Shaunette Davidson Sharon Jaklofsky Lynnika Pitts Leslie Nixon

POLE VAULT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Rachel Laurent Katelyn Rodrigue Lacey Sanchez Mallory Thompson Calah Young Lauren Saucier Brianne Bergeron Randi Opperman Megan Duet Amy Stelly

LONG JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Sheila Echols Daphnie Saunders Claire Connor Keisha Spencer Marita Hunt Tina Harris Camille Jackson Dahlia Duhaney Julie Lewis Nataliyah Friar

TRIPLE JUMP

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Keisha Spencer Suzette Lee Nicole Toney Lynnika Pitts Andrea Linton Sharon Clarke Nataliyah Friar Melissa Ogbourne Camille Jackson Bianca Rockett

RECORDS

2001 2006 2003

10:18.54ht 11:35.10 11:57.98

1994 2010 1993 1987 1997 1998 1989 2007 1991 2013 1988

6-2 1/4 6-0 1/2 6-0 1/2 6-0 1/2 6-0 5-11 1/4 5-10 3/4 5-10 1/2 5-10 1/2 5-10 5-10

2011 2008 2013 2008 2005 2011 2013 2002 2005 2017

14-3 1/4 13-7 1/4 13-1 3/4 12-2 1/2 11-11 3/4 11-10 1/2 11-8 11-5 3/4 11-5 3/4 11-2 1/2

1987 1993 1988 2000 1995 2005 1993 1991 1988 2015

22-9 1/4 22-2 1/2 21-9 21-8 1/4 21-5 1/2 21-4 3/4 21-3 1/2 21-3 1/2 21-1 1/4 21-0 3/4

2000 1997 2003 2014 2007 1986 2015 2010 1993 1999

45-10 45-8 44-6 3/4 44-1 1/4 44-1 1/4 43-11 3/4 43-10 43-8 43-6 43-0 1/4

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SHOT PUT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tori Bliss Danyel Mitchell Nickolette Dunbar Teresa Williford Katie McKeever Laurie Trapp Kym Carter Lavern Eve Jacqui Sheffield Brieanna Kennedy

DISCUS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Danyel Mitchell Samia Stokes Tori Bliss Laurie Trapp Katie McKeever Teresa Williford Brieanna Kennedy Mallory McDonald Laverne Eve Anyssa Olivarez

JAVELIN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Laverne Eve Rebekah Wales Cheryl Coker Wanda Ferster Anna Lyons Amanda Harmata Mayme Cook Annie Simoneaux Maria Romero Doren Welch

HAMMER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Denise Hinton Britney Henry Brieanna Kennedy Karen Henning Mallory McDonald Kim Williams Candice Gonzalez Jordan McClendon Gabby Figueroa Sidnie Wilder

HEPTATHLON

1. Sharon Jaklofsky 2. Cheryl Wilson 3. Jovennie McDuffie 4. Lana Zimmerman 5. Kym Carter 6. Camilla Strid 7. Katarina Hallberg 8. Brittany Kelly 9. Loren Leaverton 10. Rhonda Phillips

2015 1994 2017 1986 2003 1992 1987 1986 1984 2011

60-8 54-6 1/2 53-11 53-5 51-9 3/4 49-0 3/4 48-7 1/4 48-2 47-8 1/2 47-6 1/2

1994 2012 2015 1992 2003 1987 2012 2002 1987 1996

194-4 181-0 178-4 175-11 173-10 172-10 163-6 162-9 161-1 157-8

1987 2017 1988 1989 2009 2007 2015 2015 2003 2014

204-9 191-0 179-1 169-11 168-11 166-4 165-11 165-6 157-4 154-9

2014 2004 2012 2013 2003 2010 2002 2017 2015 2016

218-0 205-11 205-3 201-0 197-4 195-9 188-1 187-1 184-1 183-1

1992 1989 1991 1985 1987 1991 1990 2017 2000 1988

6,013w 5,855 5,778 5,606w 5,545 5,532 5,506w 5,438 5,366 5,363w


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RECORDS 4X100-METER RELAY, (0.2) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jermaine Grant, Mike Alridge, Byron Logan, Curtis Perry Walter Davis, Robert Parham, Pete Coley, Bennie Brazell Jaron Flournoy, Renard Howell, Tremayne Acy, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Barrett Nugent, Aaron Ernest, Keyth Talley, Shermund Allsop Jaron Flournoy, Renard Howell, Tremayne Acy, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Armanti Hayes, Richard Thompson, Gabriel Mvumvure, Trindon Holliday Richard Thompson, Xavier Carter, Marvin Stevenson, Kelly Willie Donte Jackson, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, Tremayne Acy, Jaron Flournoy Joshua Thompson, Vernon Norwood, Tremayne Acy, Aaron Ernest Jermaine Grant, Chris Cummings, Eddie Kennison, Rohsaan Griffin

4X1,500-METER RELAY

1998

38.24

2002

38.32

2016

38.33

2012

38.38

2016

38.42

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2008

38.42

4X1,600-METER RELAY, (6.0)

2006

38.44

2017

38.57

2015

38.62

1. 2. 3.

1995

38.64

800-METER SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY, (100, 100, 200, 400)

Keyth Talley, Horatio Williams, Tristan Walker, Gabriel Mvumvure Riker Hylton, Horatio Williams, Tristan Walker, Gabriel Mvumvure Eddie Kennison, Milton Mallard, Byron Logan, Rohsaan Griffin Riker Hylton, Horatio Williams, Keyth Talley, Gabriel Mvumvure Reggie Dardar, Bennie Brazell, Kelly Willie, Xavier Carter Fitzroy Dunkley, Tinashe Mutanga, Jaron Flournoy, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Melville Rogers, Xavier Carter, Marvin Stevenson, Kelly Willie Darrell Bush, Aaron Ernest, Tremayne Acy, Shermund Allsop Byron Logan, Mike Alridge, Chris Cummings, Curtis Perry Eddie Kennison, Bryant Williams, Kevin Franklin, Fabian Muyaba Reggie Dardar, Kelly Willie, Bennie Brazell, Xavier Carter LaMar Bruton, Michael Cherry, Cyril Grayson, Fitzroy Dunkley LaMar Bruton, Michael Cherry, Cyril Grayson, Fitzroy Dunkley LaMar Bruton, Michael Cherry, Cyril Grayson, Fitzroy Dunkley Robert Simmons, Ade Alleyne-Forte, Caleb Williams, Riker Hylton Robert Simmons, Quincy Downing, Ade Alleyne-Forte, Riker Hylton Marvin Stevenson, Bennie Brazell, Kelly Willie, Pete Coley Reggie Dardar, Kelly Willie, Melville Rogers, Xavier Carter Quincy Downing, Darrell Bush, Cyril Grayson, Vernon Norwood Quincy Downing, Cyril Grayson, Fitzroy Dunkley, Vernon Norwood

Paul Marmaro, Mark Fowler, Bob Dielis, Robin van Helden Raven Lewis, Robin van Helden, Bob Dielis, Mark Fowler Bobby Beck, Rodney Louis, Rod Green, Raven Lewis Michael Hendry, Jamaal James, Reuben Twijukye, Elkana Kosgei Tim Olack, James Epps, John Stewart, Bob Smith Christian Ladner, Charles Onsare, Andre Brown, Maurice Horton Michael Hendry, Jamaal James, Jeffrey Parker, Reuben Twijukye Michael Hendry, Jamaal James, Jeffrey Parker, Reuben Twijukye Rodney Louis, Rod Green, Travers, Bobby Beck Reuben Twijukye, John Kosgei, Jamaal James, Elkana Kosgei

15:31.41

2010

15:32.74

1991

15:37.95

1999

15:48.41

1989

16:24.67

1980

16:33.26c

1975

16:57.34c

2011

1:20.62

1,600-METER SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY, (1.2) (200, 200, 400, 800)

1995

1:20.85

2011

1:20.99

2005

1:21.06

2016

1:21.14

2006

1:21.31

2014

1:21.47

1997

1:21.50

1994

1:21.71

2005

2:59.59*

2016

3:00.38

2016

3:00.48

2016

3:00.69

2011

3:01.07

2012

3:01.21

2004

3:01.39

2006

3:01.58

2014

3:01.60

2015

3:01.63

4X800-METER RELAY, (3.0)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1990

1:20.45

1987

7:15.73

1986

7:16.58

1984

7:18.45

2008

7:19.89

1972

7:21.34c

1990

7:22.36

2007

7:23.32

2007

7:23.75

1984

7:24.04

2008

7:24.42

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bennie Brazell, Marvin Stevenson, Kelly Willie, Pete Coley Bennie Brazell, Marvin Stevenson, Reggie Dardar, Xavier Carter

15:09.74

2011

4X400-METER RELAY, (0.3) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Magnus Bengtsson, Mark Elliott, Terry Thornton, Robin van Helden Jim Davis, Mike Vargas, Bobby Beck, Mike Quigley Tom Douple, Paul Meyer, Eric Stuart, Tommy Francise

1989

1. 2.

4X200-METER RELAY, (0.5) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Magnus Bengtsson, Mark Elliott, Terry Thornton, Robin van Helden Magnus Bengtsson, Christian Ladner, Mark Elliott, Terry Thornton Michael Florek, Sadiki White, Richard Chautin, Alan Sticker Bob Wyman, Magnus Bengtsson, Terry Thornton, Kees-Jan Bongaertz William Bohlke, Brent Martin, Cordelle Seals, Frans Schimper

Caleb Williams, Gabriel Mvumvure, Robert Simmons, Richard Jones Lloyd Wills, Allen Misher, Greg Stephens, Bob Smith Bernard Whyte, Anthony Druilhet, Andre Brown, Robin van Helden Trindon Holliday, Richard Thompson, Reggie Dardar, Elkana Kosgei Drake Relays Team Carey Schmipf, Barney Cobb, Gene Mobley, Bob Smith Gabriel Mvumvure, Armanti Hayes, Ade Alleyne-Forte, Richard Jones Darrell Bush, Fitzroy Dunkley, Julian Parker, Blair Henderson Marvin Stevenson, Richard Thompson, Isa Phillips, Jamaal James Richard DeSoto, Al Coffee, Lloyd Willis, James Epps

2004

1:26.48

2005

1:29.91

2010

3:16.01

1973

3:16.24c

1986

3:16.67

2008 1972

3:16.68 3:17.04c

1974

3:17.14c

2010

3:17.65

2015

3:17.73

2007

3:17.83

1972

3:17.84c

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY, (3.4) (1200, 400, 800, 1600)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Scott Ainsworth, Greg Davis, Mike Quigley, Bobby Beck Mark Fowler, Andre Brown, Jeff Slater, Robin van Helden Elkana Kosgei, Jamaal James, Reuben Twijukye, John Kosgei Robin van Helden, Dino Napier, Darrin Browder, Mark Elliott Tre Hendry, Steven Pettes, Kurt Dietrich, Passmore Furusa Michael Hendry, Austin Benton, Isa Phillips, Patrick Gavin Bob Dielis, Bernard Whyte, Mark Fowler, Robin van Helden Paper-Tiger Relays Team Mark Elliott, Dino Napier, Charles Onsare, Robin van Helden Kees-Jan Bongaetz, Maurice Horton, Charles Onsare, Christian Ladner

1981

9:35.58

1986

9:40.61

2008

9:40.66

1989

9:40.72

1995

9:41.61

2006

9:41.76

1986 1984

9:43.24c 9:44.62

1989

9:45.53

1990

9:46.75

1986

55.54

1987

55.64c

1984

56.14c

1987

56.34c

1975

56.74c

1995 1985 1985 1975

57.21 57.46c 57.67 58.44c

1984

3:31.64c

4X110-METER SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY, (0.2)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Bernard Williams, David Herbert, Eric Reid, Charles James Charles James, David Herbert, Bruce Reid, Eric Reid John Duhon, Bernard Williams, Eric Reid, Charles James Bruce Reid, David Herbert, Charles James, Eric Reid Larry Shipp, Mike Thompson, Allen Misher, Carey Schimpf Troy Twillie, Robert Brickham, James Rainey, Bert Rareshide Penn Relays Team Paper-Tiger Relays Team Drake Relays Team

4X400-METER HURDLE RELAY TEAM

1. Domino’s Pizza Relay Team * Denotes collegiate record

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Women’s All-Time Relay Records 4X100-METER RELAY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mikiah Brisco, Kortnei Johnson, Jada Martin, Aleia Hobbs Mikiah Brisco, Kortnei Johnson, Jada Martin, Aleia Hobbs Mikiah Brisco, Kortnei Johnson, Jada Martin, Aleia Hobbs Tananjalyn Stanley, Dawn Sowell, Cinnamon Sheffield, Esther Jones Stephanie Durst, Monique Hall, Lolo Jones, Muna Lee Mikiah Brisco, Kortnei Johnson, Jada Martin, Aleia Hobbs Brooklynn Morris, Samantha Henry, Juanita Broaddus, Kelly Baptiste Lolo Jones, Monique Hall, Stephanie Durst, Muna Lee Kenyanna Wilson, Semoy Hackett, Rebecca Alexander, Kimberlyn Duncan Mikiah Brisco, Kortnei Johnson, Jada Martin, Rushell Harvey

800-METER SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY, (100, 100, 200, 400)

2017

42.12

2017

42.14

2017

42.32

1989

42.50

2003

42.55

2017

42.56

2008

42.59

2004

42.61

2011

42.64

2016

42.65

4X200-METER RELAY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nadia Davy, Monique Hall, Stephanie Durst, Muna Lee Cassandra Tate, Semoy Hackett, Rebecca Alexander, Kimberlyn Duncan Hazelann Regis, Monique Hall, Nadia Davy, Muna Lee Nadia Davy, Monique Hall, Stephanie Durst, Muna Lee Rebecca Alexander, Semoy Hackett, Cassandra Tate, Kimberlyn Duncan Ronetta Smith, Myra Combs, Stephanie Durst, Muna Lee Valma Bass, Kwajalein Butler, Myra Combs, Peta-Gaye Dowdie Eureka Hall, Peta-Gaye Dowdie, LaTarsha Stroman, Astia Walker Rushell Harvey, Kortnei Johnson, Rachel Misher, Jada Martin Sherry Fletcher, Samantha Henry, Brooklynn Morris, Kelly Baptiste Lolo Jones, Ronetta Smith, Stephanie Durst, Muna Lee Latoya McDermott, Rebecca Alexander, Cassandra Tate, Jonique Day N. Bernard-Thomas, Hazelann Regis, Monique Hall, Nadia Davy Brooklynn Morris, Meisue Francis, Cynetheia Rooks, Deonna Lawrence Rachel Misher, Jada Martin, Kymber Payne, Travia Jones Nadia Davy, Neisha Bernard-Thomas, Monique Hall, Hazelann Regis Nadia Davy, Monique Hall, N. Bernard-Thomas, Hazelann Regis Brooklynn Morris, Meisue Francis Deonna Lawrence, Cynetheia Rooks Debbie Parris, Indira Hamilton, H. Van Norman, Youlanda Warren Latoya McDermott, Rebecca Alexander, Cassandra Tate, Jonique Day Nickiesha Wilson, Cynetheia Rooks, LaTavia Thomas, Deonna Lawrence

Samantha Levin, Natoya Goule, Nikita Tracey, Charlene Lipsey Charlene Lipsey, Kayann Thompson, Brittany Hall, LaTavia Thomas Jackie Bobien, Kathi Harris, Sylvia Brydson, Camille Cato Jackie Bobien, Sylvia Brydson, Schowonda Williams, Camille Cato Jackie Bobien, Camille Cato, Muffy McLeod, Christine Slythe Lindsay Day, Kayann Thompson, Brittany Hall, LaTavia Thomas Lana Zimmerman, Jackie Bobien, Camille Cato, Christine Slythe Whitney Mitchell, Ruth Nanyinza, Tanya Osbourne, Neisha Bernard-Thomas Brittany Hall, Charlene Lipsey, Kayann Thompson, LaTavia Thomas Jackie Bobien, Leslie Nixon, Tammie Young, Sylvia Brydson

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Tananjalyn Stanley, Cinnamon Sheffield, Esther Jones, Dawn Sowell Kim Carson, Cheryl Taplin, Heather Van Norman, Youlanda Warren Jovennie McDuffie, Cheryl Taplin, Dahlia Duhaney, Youlanda Warren Cheryl Taplin, Dahlia Duhaney, Esther Jones, Youlanda Warren Danyel Wofford, Zina Age, Sheila Echols, Schowonda Williams Sheila Echols, Michelle King, Angela Phipps, Wendy Truvillion Tananjalyn Stanley, Opal Cunningham, Danyel Wofford, Schowonda Williams Lolo Jones, Monique Hall, Brittany Harris, Hazelann Regis RaNysha LeBlanc, Tania Woods, Muna Lee, Nadia Davy Tananjalyn Stanley, Cinnamon Sheffield, Esther Jones, Opal Cunningham

2003

1:29.78

2012

1:30.01

2004

1:30.42

2004

1:30.54

2011

1:30.88

2001

1:31.24

1998

1:31.27

1997

1:31.29

2016

1:31.30

2007

1:31.58

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2002

1:31.58

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY, (4.0)

Semoy Hackett, Kimberlyn Duncan, Cassandra Tate, Charlene Lipsey Latoya McDermott, Kimberlyn Duncan, Siedda Herbert, Natoya Goule Samantha Henry, Kimberlyn Duncan, Cassandra Tate, LaTavia Thomas Myra Combs, Peta-Gaye Dowdie, Celena Clarke, Claudine Williams Monique Hall, Nadia Davy, Hazelann Regis, Neisha Bernard-Thomas Latoya McDermott, Kimberlyn Duncan, Nikita Tracey, Natoya Goule Semoy Hackett, Kimberlyn Duncan, Jonique Day, Charlene Lipsey Stephanie Durst, Monique Hall, Hazelann Regis, Neisha Bernard-Thomas Stephanie Durst, Monique Hall, Hazelann Regis, Neisha Bernard-Thomas Stephanie Durst, Nadia Davy, Hazelann Regis, Neisha Bernard-Thomas

2012

3:24.59

2004

3:25.26

2006

3:25.78

2017

3:26.99

2003

3:27.04

2003

3:27.88

2006

3.27.85

1993

3:27.97

2012

3:28.01

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2007

3:28.07

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4X800-METER RELAY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1989

1:36.81

1993

1:37.95

1992

1:37.97

1991

1:38.24c

1987

1:39.04

1985

1:39.10

1988

1:39.55

2004

1:39.78

2004

1:39.87

1989

1:40.29

1,600-METER SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY, (4.0) (200, 200, 400, 800)

4X400-METER RELAY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

RECORDS

2013

8:19.43

2010

8:19.77

1987

8:25.95

1986

8:28.74c

1985

8:29.97

2008

8:30.98

1985

8:34.24c

2004

8:34.97

2010

8:35.64

1988

8:36.05

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Muffy McLeod, Wendy Truvillion, Camille Cato, Christine Slythe Charlene Lipsey, Montenae Roye-Speight, Samantha Levin, Laura Carleton Charlene Lipsey, Siedda Herbert, Brittany Hall, Laura Carleton Laura Carleton, Latoya McDermott, Andria Aguilar, Charlene Lipsey Andria Aguilar, Montenae Roye-Speight, Samantha Levin, Laura Carleton Silje Rasmussen, LaTarsha Stroman, Tanqueray Hayward, Charlotte Mayock Charlene Lipsey, Latoya McDermott, Kayann Thompson, Jenna Henssler Dakota Goodman, Siedda Herbert, Brittany Hall, Laura Carleton Camille Cato, Sylvia Brydson, Jackie Bobien, Lisa Reed Lindsay Day, Monique Cabral, Kayann Thompson, Katie Dawson Tenaya Jones, Angel Boyd, Jessica Ohanaja, Nickiesha Wilson Donalda Duprey, Mary Cobb, Dawn Bowles, Cinnamon Sheffield Zamyal Jackson, Tiffany Robinson, Lolo Jones, RaNysha LeBlanc Danielle Phillips, Mikiah Brisco, Chanice Chase, Daeshon Gordon Brittany Littlejohn, Tiffany Robinson, RaNysha LeBlanc, Lolo Jones Nickiesha Wilson, Shaunette Davidson, Angel Boyd, Jessica Ohanaja Jovennie McDuffie, Sharon Jaklofsky, Dawn Bowles, Cinnamon Sheffield Sharon Jaklofsky, Cinnamon Sheffield, Joyce Melendez, Dawn Bowles Yolanda Brown, Astia Walker, Karen Boone, Kim Carson Jessica Ohanaja, Megan Akre, Angel Boyd, RaNysha LeBlanc

2012

3:43.79

2013

3:43.98

2010

3:43.98

1999

3:44.18

2004

3:44.20

2013

3:44.26

2012

3:44.50

2003

3:44.68

2004

3:44.97

2003

3:45.65

1985

11:10.94c

2012

11:16.82

2011

11:20.15

2013

11:22.71

2013

11:23.55

1997

11:27.26

2010

11:32.34

2011

11:34.29

1987

11:34.94

2008

11:38.16

2008

52.77

1991

53.0

2003

53.04

2016

53.21

2004

53.43

2007

53.73

1992

53.80

1992

53.8

1996

53.83

2005

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RECORDS EVENT LSU RECORD 55 METERS 6.13, Chris Cummings, 1998

LSU FIELD HOUSE RECORD 6.09, Mel Lattany (Georgia), 1981; Sam Graddy (Tennessee), 1986

SEC RECORD 6.03, Sam Graddy (Tennessee), 1986

COLLEGIATE RECORD 5.99, Obedale Thompson (UTEP), 1997

60 METERS 6.51, Richard Thompson, 2008

6.59, Trell Kimmons (Hinds CC), 2005; Richard Thompson (Tiger Olympians), 2010

6.51, Richard Thompson (LSU), 2008

6.45, Leonard Myles-Mills (BYU), 1999

200 METERS 20.30, Xavier Carter, 2006

20.89, Lorenzo Daniel (Mississippi State), 1988

20.10, Wallace Spearmon (Arkansas), 2005

20.10, Wallace Spearmon (Arkansas), 2005

400 METERS 45.28, Xavier Carter, 2006

46.37, Clifton Campbell (Auburn), 1988

44.57, Kerron Clement (Florida), 2005

500 METERS 1:02.26, Rod Green, 1984

1:02.21, Larry Cantrell (Alabama), 1988

1:01.02, Dennis Mitchell (Florida), 1987

800 METERS 1:47.78, Richard Jones, 2010

1:47.38, George Kersh (Mississippi), 1991

1:45.93, Donovan Brazier (Texas A&M), 2016

1,000 METERS 2:20.51, Robin van Helden, 1987

2:25.10, Russell Nally (Kentucky), 1988

2:20.51, Robin van Helden (LSU), 1987

MILE 3:58.77, Passmore Furusa, 1995

3:59.54, Steve Bolt (Alabama), 1976

3:55.72, Graham Hood (Arkansas), 1995

3:52.88, Lawi Lalang (Arizona), 2014

3,000 METERS 7:55.49, John Kosgei, 2008

8:00.04, Mark Elliott (LSU), 1990

7:38.59, Alistair Cragg (Arkansas), 2004

7:38.59, Alistair Cragg (Arkansas), 2004

5,000 METERS 13:39.68, Terry Thornton, 1990

13:53.99, Todd Williams (Tennessee), 1991

13:28.93, Alistair Cragg (Arkansas), 2003

13:08.28, Lawi Lalang (Arizona), 2012

55 HURDLES 7.11, Larry Shipp, 1976

7.04, Mark McKoy (Canada), 1987

6.94, Terrance Trammell (South Carolina), 1999

60 HURDLES 7.55, Barrett Nugent, 2012

7.67, Ryan Fontenot (Tiger Olympians), 2011

7.45, Omar McLeod (Arkansas), 2015

HIGH JUMP 7-6 1/2 (2.30), Tom Lange, 1992

7-6 1/2 (2.30), Brian Brown (Northwestern State), 1988

7-7 3/4 (2.33), Donald Thomas (Auburn), 2007

LONG JUMP 27-1 3/4 (8.27), John Moffitt, 2004

27-1 3/4 (8.27), John Moffitt (LSU), 2004; Carl Lewis (Houston), 1981

27-8 (8.43), Erick Walder (Arkansas), 1994

TRIPLE JUMP 56-6 1/2 (17.23), Walter Davis, 2002

56-7 1/4 (17.25), Lemark Carter (Unattached), 1998

57-0 (17.37), Marquis Dendy (Florida), 2015

57-5 (17.50), Charlie Simpkins (Baptist), 1986

POLE VAULT 19-0 1/4 (5.81), Russ Buller, 1999

18-6 1/2 (5.65), Russ Buller (Unattached), 2002

19-1 1/2 (5.83), Lawrence Johnson (Tennessee), 1994

19-4 3/4 (5.91), Shawn Barber (Akron), 2015

SHOT PUT 66-0 1/4 (20.12), Joe Maciejczyk, 1981

67-5 1/4 (20.55), Mike Stulce (Texas A&M), 1990

69-3 1/4 (21.11), Stipe Zunic (Florida), 2015

71-3 1/2 (21.73), Ryan Whiting (Arizona State), 2008

WEIGHT THROW 78-1 (23.80), Walter Henning, 2010

76-6 1/4 (23.32), Walter Henning (LSU), 2011

80-2 (24.43), Andras Haklits (Georgia), 2001

83-11 1/4 (25.58), Michael Lihrman (Wisconsin), 2015

PENTATHLON 4,451, Sheldon Blockburger, 1987

4,399, Bruce Reid (LSU), 1989

4,451, Sheldon Blockburger (LSU), 1987

4,451, Sheldon Blockburger (LSU), 1987

HEPTATHLON 5,707, Darion Powell, 2006

5,521, Darion Powell (LSU), 2006

6,175, Kevin Lazas (Arkansas), 2013

4X400-METER RELAY

3:04.01, 2006 Kelly Willie Reggie Dardar Melville Rogers Xavier Carter

3:09.90, Alabama, 1993

3:02.86, Texas A&M, 2015

4X800-METER RELAY

7:25.35, 1986 Raven Lewis (1:52.4) Mark Fowler (1:50.5) Rodney Lewis (1:51.4) Bob Dielis (1:51.0)

7:24.10, Florida, 1993

7:18.23, Florida, 1992

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

9:35.31, 2008 Elkana Kosgei Armanti Hayes Jamaal James John Kosgei

9:44.57, Kentucky, 1989

9:28.37, Arkansas, 2015

44.57, Kerron Clement (Florida), 2005 1:00.84, Michael Greene (Navy), 1987 1:44.84, Paul Ereng (Virginia), 1989 2:19.64, Doug Consiglio (Arkansas), 1986

6.89, Renaldo Nehemiah (Maryland), 1979 7.45, Omar McLeod (Arkansas), 2015 7-9 1/4 (2.37), Hollis Conway (Southwestern Louisiana), 1989 28-2 1/2 (8.59), Miguel Pate (Alabama), 2002

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6,499, Ashton Eaton (Oregon), 2010 3:02.86, Texas A&M, 2015

7:17.45, Clemson, 1989

9:25.97, Texas, 2008

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EVENT LSU RECORD 55 METERS 6.58, Dawn Sowell, 1989

LSU FIELD HOUSE RECORD 6.58, Dawn Sowell (LSU), 1989

SEC RECORD 6.56, Gwen Torrence (Georgia), 1987

COLLEGIATE RECORD 6.56, Gwen Torrance (Georgia), 1987

60 METERS 7.13, Kelly Baptiste, 2008

7.19, Kelly-Ann Baptiste (Tiger Olympians), 2015

7.08, Remona Burchell (Alabama), 2015

7.08, Remona Burchell (Alabama), 2015

200 METERS 22.49, Muna Lee, 2003

22.87, Dawn Sowell (LSU), 1989

22.43, Veronica Campbell (Arkansas), 2004

22.40, Bianca Knight (Texas), 2008

400 METERS 50.92, Hazelann Regis, 2005

52.70, Diane Francis (Alabama), 1991

50.80, Natasha Hastings (South Carolina), 2007

50.46, Phyllis Francis (Oregon), 2014

500 METERS 1:11.08, Schowonda Williams, 1987

1:10.76, Denise Mitchell (Florida), 1998

1:09.35, Ilrey Oliver (Tennessee), 1987

1:09.39, Cathy Rattray (Tennessee), 1984

800 METERS 2:02.00, Natoya Goule, 2013

2:03.92, Hazel Clark (Florida), 1998

2:00.75, Nicole Cook (Tennessee), 2005

1,000 METERS 2:42.23, Christine Slythe, 1985

2:47.87, Jasmin Jones (Tennessee), 1989

2:41.37, Alisa Harvey (Tennessee), 1987

2:41.56, Teena Colebrook (Cal Poly SLO), 1989

MILE 4:38.67, Christine Slythe, 1985

4:35.06, Liz Lynch (Alabama), 1986

4:31.24, Charlotte Browning (Florida), 2010

4:25.91, Jenny Barringer (Colorado), 2009

3,000 METERS 9:19.11, Lisa Reed, 1987

9:06.85, Liz Lynch (Alabama), 1986

8:52.57, Dominique Scott (Arkansas), 2015

8:42.03, Jenny Barringer (Colorado), 2009

5,000 METERS 16:11.58, Laura Carleton, 2013

16:12.23, Valerie McGovern (Kentucky), 1991

15:42.47, Chelsea Blaase (Tennessee), 2016

15:01.70, Jenny Barringer (Colorado), 2009

55 HURDLES 7.40, Kim Carson, 1996

7.49, Tananjalyn Stanley (Unattached), 1991

7.34, Michelle Freeman (Florida), 1992

60 HURDLES 7.96a, Jasmin Stowers, 2014

7.90, Jasmin Stowers (Tiger Olympians), 2015

7.87, Kendra Harrison (Kentucky), 2015

HIGH JUMP 6-1 1/2 (1.87), Gai Kapernick, 1993

6-2 (1.88), Angie Bradburn (Unattached), 1992

6-4 (1.93), Leontia Kallenou (Georgia), 2015

2:00.75, Nicole Cook (Tennessee), 2005

7.30, Tiffany Lott (BYU), 1997 7.78, Brianna Rollins (Clemson), 2013 6-6 (1.98), Destinee Hooker (Texas), 2009

LONG JUMP 22-4 1/2 (6.82), Daphnie Saunders, 1994 21-10 3/4 (6.67), Carol Lewis (Santa Monica TC), 1987

22-8 (6.91), Elva Goulbourne (Auburn), 2002; Shara Proctor (Florida), 2010

TRIPLE JUMP 46-9 (14.25), Suzette Lee, 1997

46-5 1/4 (13.56), Suzette Lee (Unattached), 1998

46-9 (14.25), Suzette Lee (LSU), 1997

46-9 (14.25), Suzette Lee (LSU), 1997

POLE VAULT 14-3 1/2 (4.36), Rachel Laurent, 2010

14-11 (4.54), Lexi Weeks (Arkansas), 2016; Rachel Laurent

15-3 1/2 (4.66), Sandy Morris (Arkansas), 2015

15-7 (4.75), Demi Payne (Stephen F. Austin), 2015

SHOT PUT 60-7 1/4 (18.42), Tori Bliss, 2015

58-7 1/2 (17.87), Eileen Vanesi (Reebok), 1995

63-1 1/4 (19.23), Raven Saunders (Ole Miss), 2016

WEIGHT THROW 73-11 (22.53), Denise Hinton, 2014

70-10 1/2 (21.60), Kristal Yush (Tiger Olympians), 2008

79-5 1/4 (24.21), Candice Scott (Florida), 2005

PENTATHLON 4,212, Sharon Jaklofsky, 1992

4,196, Tonya Lee (Tennessee), 1991

4,703, Kendell Williams (Georgia), 2016

4X400-METER RELAY

3:29.06, 2005 Brooklynn Morris Neisha Bernard-Thomas Deonna Lawrence Hazelann Regis

3:37.40, LSU, 1995 LaTarsha Stroman (54.6) Sheila Powell (54.7) Zundra Feagin (54.4) Youlanda Warren (53.4)

3:28.25, South Carolina, 2003

3:27.40, Oregon, 2014

4X800-METER RELAY

8:26.04, 1987 8:42.27, Florida, 1986 Jackie Bobien (2:07.4) Kathi Harris (2:07.9) Camille Cato (2:04.8) Sylvia Brydson (2:05.9)

8:26.04, LSU, 1987 Jackie Bobien (2:07.4) Kathi Harris (2:07.9) Camille Cato (2:04.8) Sylvia Brydson (2:05.9)

8:25.5, Villanova, 1987

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

11:05.34, 2016 Hollie Parker Travia Jones Hannah Deworth Morgan Schuetz

10:50.98, Tennessee, 2009

11:20.87, Alabama, 1986

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22-8 (6.91), Elva Goulbourne (Auburn), 2002; Shara Proctor (Florida), 2010

63-0 3/4 (19.22), Tia Brooks (Oklahoma), 2013 83-10 1/4 (25.56), Brittany Riley (Southern Illinois), 2007 4,703, Kendell Williams (Georgia), 2016

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RECORDS

EVENT LSU RECORD BERNIE MOORE STADIUM RECORD SEC RECORD COLLEGIATE RECORD 100 METERS 9.89, Richard Thompson, 2008 9.99, Donovan Bailey 9.89, Richard Thompson 9.89, Travis Padgett (Clemson), 2008; (Unattached), 1995 (LSU), 2008 Richard Thompson (LSU), 2008; Ngonidzashe Makusha (Florida State), 2011 200 METERS 19.63, Xavier Carter, 2006

19.98, Justin Gatlin (Tennessee), 2002

19.87, Lorenzo Daniel (MSU), 1988; John Capel (Florida), 1999

400 METERS 44.29, Derrick Brew, 1999

44.13, Butch Reynolds (Ohio State), 1987

44.29, Derrick Brew (LSU), 1999

800 METERS 1:45.53, Robin van Helden, 1987

1:45.17, Otukile Lekote (South Carolina), 2002

1:43.55, Donovan Brazier (Texas A&M), 2016

1:41.77, Joaquim Cruz (Oregon), 1984

1,500 METERS 3:38.41, Passmore Furusa, 1995

3:35.30, Sydney Maree (Villanova), 1981

3:37.23, Senecca Lassifer (Arkansas), 1999

3:30.56, Bernard Lagat (Washington State), 1999

5,000 METERS 13:33.10, Mark Elliott, 1989

13:38.94, Suleiman Nyambui (UTEP), 1981

13:16.98, Alistair Cragg (Arkansas), 2004

13:08.4, Henry Rono (Washington State), 1978

10,000 METERS 28:18.68, Terry Thornton, 1990

28:32.10, Boaz Cheboiywo (Eastern Michigan), 2002

27:52.10, Shawn Forrest (Arkansas), 2009

27:08.39, Sam Chelanga (Liberty), 2010

110 HURDLES 13.32, Barrett Nugent, 2012

13.36, Ron Bramlett (Alabama), 2002

13.20, Wayne Davis III (Texas A&M), 2014

13.00, Renaldo Nehemiah (Maryland), 1979

400 HURDLES 47.67, Bennie Brazell, 2005

48.16, Rickey Harris (Florida), 2002

47.10, Samuel Matete (Auburn), 1991

47.10, Samuel Matete (Auburn), 1991

3,000-METER 8:38.14, Magnus Bengtsson, 1990 STEEPLECHASE

8:22.34, Daniel Lincoln (Arkansas), 2002

8:23.16, Henry Lelei (Texas A&M), 2013

HIGH JUMP 7-5 3/4 (2.28), Tom Lange, 1990

7-5 3/4 (2.28), Tom Smith (Illinois State), 1987; Dothel Edwards (Georgia), 1987; Troy Kemp (Boise State), 1987

7-8 (2.34), Donald Thomas (Auburn), 2007

7-9 3/4 (2.38), Hollis Conway (Southwestern Louisiana), 1989

LONG JUMP 27-9 1/2 (8.47), John Moffitt, 2004

27-10 1/4 (8.49), Melvin Lister (Arkansas), 2000

28-8 1/4 (8.74) (a) Erick Walder (Arkansas), 1994

28-8 1/4 (8.74) (a) Erick Walder (Arkansas), 1994

TRIPLE JUMP 57-8 1/2 (17.59), Walter Davis, 2002

56-10 3/4 (17.34), Walter Davis (LSU), 2002

57-8 1/2 (17.59), Walter Davis (LSU), 2002

POLE VAULT 18-8 3/4 (5.71), Russ Buller, 2000

18-9 1/4 (5.72), Russ Buller (Tiger Olympians), 2007; Andrew Irwin (Arkansas), 2012

19-7 1/2 (5.98), Lawrence Johnson 19-7 1/2 (5.98), Lawrence Johnson (Tennessee), 1996 (Tennessee), 1996

SHOT PUT 65-7 (19.99), Joe Maciejczyk, 1982

70-10 1/2 (21.60), Janus Roberts (SMU), 2002

68-6 (20.88), Edis Elkasevic (Auburn), 2005

DISCUS 213-5 (65.04), Rodney Brown, 2015

208-6 (63.56), Mike Buncic (Kentucky), 1985

219-9 (66.99), Gabor Mate (Auburn), 2003

223-7 (68.16), Julian Wruck (UCLA), 2013

HAMMER 239-5 (72.98), Walter Henning, 2010

253-8 (77.32), Andras Haklits (Georgia), 2002

243-2 (74.13), Cory Martin (Auburn), 2008

270-10 (82.56), Balazs Kiss (Southern California), 1995

JAVELIN 247-11 (75.56), Mikael Olander, 1987

264-5 (80.60), Andreas Linden (Unattached), 1998

273-3 (83.28), Tom Pukstys (Florida), 1990

292-4 (89.10), Patrik Boden (Texas), 1990

DECATHLON 8,172, Mario Sategna, 1995

8,166, Sheldon Blockburger (Unattached), 1991

8,463, Tom Pappas (Tennessee), 1999

4X100-METER RELAY

38.24, 1998 Mike Alridge, Jermaine Grant, Byron Logan, Curtis Perry

38.32, LSU, 2002 Walter Davis, Robert Parham, Pete Coley, Bennie Brazell

38.24, LSU, 1998 Mike Alridge, Jermaine Grant Byron Logan, Curtis Perry

4X200-METER RELAY

1:20.45, 2011 Keyth Talley, Horatio Williams, Tristan Walker, Gabriel Mvumvure

1:20.99, LSU, 2011 Riker Hylton, Horatio Williams, Keyth Talley, Gabriel Mvumvure

1:20.20, Tennessee, 2002

4X400-METER RELAY

2:59:59, 2005 Reggie Dardar, Kelly Willie, Bennie Brazell, Xavier Carter

3:00.38, LSU, 2016 LaMar Bruton, Michael Cherry, Cyril Grayson, Fitzroy Dunkley

2:59:59, LSU, 2005 Reggie Dardar, Kelly Willie, Bennie Brazell, Xavier Carter

4X800-METER RELAY

7:15.73, 1987 Paul Marmaro, Mark Fowler, Bob Dielis, Robin van Helden

7:31.86, Akron, 2011

7:13.87, Arkansas, 1999

4X1,500-METER RELAY

15:09.74, 1989 Magnus Bengtsson, Mark Elliott, Terry Thornton, Robin van Helden

Not yet contested

14:52.81, Arkansas, 1994

14:50.2, Arkansas, 1985

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY 3:16.01, 2010 (200, 200, 400, 800) Caleb Williams, Gabriel Mvumvure,

3:19.27, LSU, 2008 Armanti Hayes, Gabriel Mvumvure, Robert Simmons, Richard Jones

3:12.13, Arkansas, 2000

3:12.13, Arkansas, 2000

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

9:35.58, 1981 Scott Ainsworth, Bobby Beck, Greg Davis, Mike Quigley

9:40.61, LSU, 1986

9:23.42, Arkansas, 1995

9:20.10, Arkansas, 1989

4X110-METER SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY (a) = Altitude

55.54, 1986 Bernard Williams, David Hebert, Eric Reid, Charles James

55.54, LSU, 1986 Bernard Williams, David Hebert, Eric Reid, Charles James

54.40, Tennessee, 1981

54.40, Tennessee, 1981

19.69, Walter Dix (Florida State), 2007 43.50, Quincy Watts (Southern California), 1992

8:05.40, Henry Rono (Washington State), 1978

58-7 1/4 (17.89), Charlie Simpkins (Baptist), 1985

72-2 1/4 (22.00), John Godina (UCLA), 1995

8,465, Trey Hardee (Texas), 2006 38.04, TCU, 1998

1:19.67, TCU, 2000

2:59:59, LSU, 2005 Reggie Dardar, Kelly Willie, Bennie Brazell, Xavier Carter 7:08.96, Arizona State, 1984

Reggie Dardar, John Kosgei

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RECORDS

EVENT LSU RECORD 100 METERS 10.78, Dawn Sowell, 1989

BERNIE MOORE STADIUM RECORD 10.96, Kimberlyn Duncan (LSU), 2012

SEC RECORD 10.78, Dawn Sowell (LSU), 1989

COLLEGIATE RECORD 10.78, Dawn Sowell (LSU), 1989

200 METERS 22.04, Dawn Sowell, 1989

22.47, Muna Lee (LSU), 2004

22.04, Dawn Sowell (LSU), 1989

22.04, Dawn Sowell (LSU), 1989

400 METERS 50.60, LaTarsha Stroman, 1997

49.71, Courtney Okolo (Texas), 2016

49.95, Lillie Leatherwood (Alabama), 1987

800 METERS 1:59.93, Natoya Goule, 2013

2:00.76, Natoya Goule (LSU), 2013

1:59.93, Natoya Goule (LSU), 2013

1,500 METERS 4:17.14, Christine Slythe, 1985

4:09.85, Suzy Favor (Wisconsin), 1987

4:06.75, Tiffany McWilliams (Mississippi State), 2003

3,000 METERS 9:22.04, Lisa Reed, 1987

8:53.07, Vicki Huber (Villanova), 1988

8:58.00, Heidi Olafsdottir (Alabama), 1987

5,000 METERS 15:44.41, Laura Carleton, 2013

15:46.00, Anne Schweitzer (Texas), 1987

15:25.10, Dominique Scott (Arkansas), 2016

15:07.56, Cathy Branta (Wisconsin), 1985

10,000 METERS 34:01.65, Laura Carleton, 2013

33:28.27, Patty Murray (Western Illinois), 1987

31:56.84, Dominique Scott (Arkansas), 2016

31:18.07, Lisa Koll (Iowa State), 2010

100 HURDLES 12.70, Tananjalyn Stanley, 1989

12.71, Lolo Jones (Tiger Olympians), 2010

12.50, Kendra Harrison (Kentucky), 2015

400 HURDLES 53.97, Nickiesha Wilson, 2007

54.85, Lashinda Demus (South Carolina), 2002

53.51, Shamier Little (Texas A&M), 2016

3,000-METER 10:18.54ht, Susanne Strunz, 2001 STEEPLECHASE

9:45.94, Michaela Manova (BYU), 2002

9:41.28, Jessica Kamilos (Arkansas), 2016

HIGH JUMP 6-2 1/4 (1.88), Gai Kapernick, 1994

6-2 1/4 (1.88), Mazel Thomas (Abilene Christian), 1987

6-5 (1.96), Jeannelle Scheper (South Carolina), 2015

6-6 1/4 (1.99), Brigetta Barrett (Arizona), 2013

LONG JUMP 22-9 1/4 (6.94), Sheila Echols, 1987

22-9 1/4 (6.94), Sheila Echols (LSU), 1987

22-9 1/4 (6.94), Sheila Echols (LSU), 1987

23-9 (7.24), Jackie Joyner (UCLA), 1985

TRIPLE JUMP 45-10 (13.97), Keisha Spencer, 2000

46-2 3/4 (14.09), Suzette Lee (Unattached), 2000

47-8 (14.53), Keturah Orji (Georgia), 2016

47-8 (14.53), Keturah Orji (Georgia), 2016

POLE VAULT 14-3 1/4 (4.35), Rachel Laurent, 2011

14-9 1/2 (4.50), Morgann Leleux (Louisiana-Lafayette), 2016

15-5 3/4 (4.72), Sandi Morris (Arkansas), 2015

15-5 3/4 (4.72), Sandi Morris (Arkansas), 2015

SHOT PUT 60-8 (18.49), Tori Bliss, 2015

60-8 (18.49), Tori Bliss (LSU), 2015

63-5 (19.33), Raven Saunders (Ole Miss), 2016

63-5 (19.33), Raven Saunders (Ole Miss), 2016

DISCUS 194-4 (59.24), Danyel Mitchell, 1994

204-4 (62.28), Meg Ritchie (Arizona), 1983

211-8 (64.52), Shelbi Vaughan (Texas A&M), 2015

221-5 (67.48), Meg Ritchie (Arizona), 1981

JAVELIN 204-9 (62.42), Laverne Eve, 1987

198-5 (60.48), Laverne Eve (Bahamas), 1989

228-11 (69.79), Candice Scott (Florida), 2003

228-11 (69.79), Candice Scott (Florida), 2003

HAMMER 218-0 (66.46), Denise Hinton, 2014

220-10 (67.30), Chelsea Cassulo (Arizona State), 2013

239-4 (72.94), Jennifer Dahlgren (Georgia), 2006

HEPTATHLON 6,013, Sharon Jaklofsky, 1992

6,068, Jolanda Jones (Houston), 1987

6,250, Erica Bougard (Mississippi State), 2015

4X100-METER RELAY

42.50, 1989 Esther Jones, Cinnamon Sheffield, Dawn Sowell, Tananjalyn Stanley

42.84, LSU, 2008 Brooklynn Morris, Samantha Henry, Juanita Broaddus, Kelly Baptiste

42.50, LSU, 1989 42.36, Texas A&M, 2009 Esther Jones, Cinnamon Sheffield, Dawn Sowell, Tananjalyn Stanley

4X200-METER RELAY

1:29.78, 2003 Stephanie Durst, Monique Hall, Lolo Jones, Muna Lee

1:32.33, LSU, 2011 Latoya McDermott, Semoy Hackett, Jonique Day, Kimberlyn Duncan

1:29.78, LSU, 2003 1:29.42, Texas A&M, 2010 Stephanie Durst, Monique Hall, Lolo Jones, Muna Lee

4X400-METER RELAY

3:24.59, 2012 3:26.46, South Carolina, 2002 Latoya McDermott, Rebecca Alexander, Cassandra Tate, Jonique Day

3:24.59, LSU, 2012 Latoya McDermott, Rebecca Alexander, Cassandra Tate, Jonique Day

4X800-METER RELAY

8:19.43, 2013 Samantha Levin, Natoya Goule, Nikita Tracey, Charlene Lipsey

8:57.72, LSU, 2011 Brea Goodman, Laura Carleton, Dakota Goodman, Charlene Lipsey

8:17.91, Tennessee, 2009

8:17.45, Villanova, 2013

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY (200, 200, 400, 800)

3:43.79, 2012 Semoy Hackett, Kimberlyn Duncan, Cassandra Tate, Charlene Lipsey

3:47.55, LSU, 2008 Samantha Henry, Kelly Baptiste, Deonna Lawrence, Brittany Hall

3:41.78, Tennessee, 2004

3:41.78, Tennessee, 2004

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

11:10.94, 1985 Camille Cato, Muffy McLeod, Christine Slythe, Wendy Truvillion

11:21.57, Kentucky, 1986

10:50.51, Tennessee, 2008

10:48.38, Villanova, 1988

4X100-METER SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY

52.77, 2008 Tenaya Jones, Angel Boyd, Jessica Ohanaja, Nickiesha Wilson

53.21, LSU, 2016 Danielle Phillips, Mikiah Brisco, Chanice Chase, Daeshon Gordon

52.77, LSU, 2008 Tenaya Jones, Angel Boyd, Jessica Ohanaja, Nickiesha Wilson

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49.71, Courtney Okolo (Texas), 2016 1:58.33, Claudette Groenendaal (Oregon), 1985 3:59.90, Jenny Barringer (Colorado), 2009 8:47.35, Vicki Huber (Villanova), 1988

12.39, Brianna Rollins (Clemson), 2013 53.21, Kori Carter (Stanford), 2013 9:24.41, Courtney Frerichs (New Mexico), 2016

239-4 (72.94), Jennifer Dahlgren (Georgia), 2006 6,718, Jackie Joyner (UCLA), 1985

3:23.75, Texas, 2004

52.50, Texas A&M, 2010


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RECORDS

MEN’S DECATHLON

EVENT LSU RECORD 100 METERS 10.60, Sheldon Blockburger, 1987

BERNIE MOORE STADIUM RECORD 10.44, Jeff Huggins (Kentucky), 1975

SEC RECORD 10.44, Jeff Huggins (Kentucky), 1975

LONG JUMP 25-2 3/4 (7.69), Sheldon Blockburger, 1986

25-11 (7.90), Dannie Jackson (Arizona State), 1981

25-2 3/4 (7.69), Sheldon Blockburger (LSU), 1986

SHOT PUT 55-7 (16.94), Bengt Jarlsjo, 1989

56-11 1/4 (17.35), Bengt Jarlsjo (Unattached), 1991

55-7 (16.94), Bengt Jarlsjo (LSU), 1989

58-3 1/4 (17.76), Russ Hodge (Foothill CC), 1966

HIGH JUMP 7-0 1/4 (2.14), Bruce Reid, 1988; 7-2 1/4 (2.19), Sheldon Blockburger Claston Bernard, 2001 (Unattached), 1991

7-1 3/4 (2.18), Marcel Uibo (Georgia), 2015; Aric Long (Tennessee), 1992

7-3 (2.21), Thomas Eriksson (Lamar), 1985

400 METERS 48.18, Mario Sategna, 1995

47.70, Doug Hedrick (Tennessee), 1987

47.08, Matt Shelton (Tennessee), 1992

46.28, Ashton Eaton (Oregon), 2010

DAY 1 4,342, Claston Bernard, 2001

4,266, Sheldon Blockburger (LSU), 1987

4,451, Tom Pappas (Tennessee), 1999

4,500, Ashton Eaton (Oregon), 2010

110 HURDLES 13.88, Alleyne Lett, 2005

14.15, Alleyne Lett (LSU), 2005

13.70, Jangy Addy (Tennessee), 2008

13.68, Ashton Eaton (Oregon), 2010

DISCUS 174-10 (53.30), Alleyne Lett, 2005

172-10 (52.68), Brian Brophy (Tennessee), 1991

179-0 (54.56), Victor Lindon (Texas A&M), 2016

POLE VAULT 17-0 3/4 (5.20), Mario Sategna, 1995

16-10 3/4 (5.15), Kevin Lazas (Arkansas), 2012

19-3 (5.87), Lawrence Johnson (Tennessee), 1996

19-3 (5.87), Lawrence Johnson (Tennessee), 1996

JAVELIN 247-11 (75.56), Mikael Olander, 1987

247-11 (75.56), Mikael Olander (LSU), 1987

247-11 (75.56), Mikael Olander (LSU), 1987

247-11 (75.56), Mikael Olander (LSU), 1987

1,500 METERS 4:27.23, Chip Troxclair, 1978

4:11.73, Scott Daniels (Utah), 1981

4:10.45, John Crist (Alabama), 1976

DAY 2 4,100, Mikael Olander, 1988

4,070, Tito Steiner (BYU), 1981

4,100, Mikael Olander (LSU), 1988

TOTAL 8,172, Mario Sategna, 1995

8,166, Sheldon Blockburger (Unattached), 1991

8,463, Tom Pappas (Tennessee), 1999

WOMEN’S HEPTATHLON

COLLEGIATE RECORD 10.37, Ashton Eaton (Oregon), 2010 26-2 3/4 (7.99), Dannie Jackson (Arizona State), 1981

179-0 (54.56), Victor Lindon (Texas A&M), 2016

3:59.13, Curtis Beach (Duke), 2011 4,117, Mauricio Bardales (UC Irvine), 1978 8,465, Trey Hardee (Texas), 2006

EVENT LSU RECORD 100 HURDLES 13.42, Cheryl Wilson, 1989

BERNIE MOORE STADIUM RECORD SEC RECORD 13.64, Sharon Jaklofsky (LSU), 1991; 12.83, Kendell Williams Jovennie McDuffie (LSU), 1991 (Georgia), 2016

COLLEGIATE RECORD 12.83, Kendell Williams (Georgia), 2016

HIGH JUMP 6-0 1/2 (1.84), Kelli Flynn, 1993

6-1 1/4 (1.86), Jolanda Jones (Houston), 1987

6-2 (1.88), Makeba Alcide (Arkansas), 2013

SHOT PUT 46-10 (14.27), Kym Carter, 1987

52-8 3/4 (16.07), Austra Skujyte (Kansas State), 2002

47-9 1/4 (14.56), Quintyunya Chapman (Georgia), 2015

200 METERS 23.86, Jovennie McDuffie, 1991

23.84, Tacita Bass (South Carolina), 2002

23.48, Erica Bougard (Mississippi State), 2015

23.28, Akela Jones (Kansas State), 2016

DAY 1 4,309, Sharon Jaklofsky, 1991

3,628, Jolanda Jones (Houston), 1987

4,309, Sharon Jaklofsky (LSU), 1991

4,063, Akela Jones (Kansas State), 2016

LONG JUMP 20-9 (6.33), Sharon Jaklofsky, 1991

21-6 (6.55), Eva Karblom (BYU), 1987

20-10 1/2 (6.36), Brittany Bozeman (Ole Miss), 2010

JAVELIN 141-5 (43.10), Camilla Strid, 1991

153-2 (46.70), Camilla Strid (Unattached), 1992

160-1 (48.80), Jena Hemann (Texas A&M), 2015

800 METERS 2:08.15, Lana Zimmerman, 1983

2:14.10, Jolanda Jones (Houston), 1987

2:08.15, Lana Zimmerman (LSU), 1983

DAY 2 2,433, Lana Zimmerman, 1983

2,440, Jolanda Jones (Houston), 1987

2,433, Lana Zimmerman (LSU), 1983

2,799, Diane Guthrie-Gresham (George Mason), 2006

TOTAL 6,013, Sharon Jaklofsky, 1992

6,068, Jolanda Jones (Houston), 1987

6,250, Erica Bougard (Mississippi State), 2015

6,718, Jackie Joyner (UCLA), 1985

6-4 3/4 (1.95), Akela Jones (Kansas State), 2016 52-8 3/4 (16.07), Austra Skujyte (Kansas State), 2002

21-11 1/2 (6.69), Jackie Joyner (UCLA), 1985

2018 TRACK & FIELD RECORD BOOK

179-8 (54.76), Susie Ray (UCLA), 1983 2:08.15, Lana Zimmerman (LSU), 1983

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RECORDS

TOP REGIONAL FINISHES

TEAM

HIGHEST SEC FINISHES 2nd: 3rd: 4th:

1938 (tie), 1989 1939, 1985 (tie) 1970, 1971, 1984, 2000

HIGHEST REGIONAL FINISHES 5th: 2007 6th: 2000, 2004, 2005 7th: 1999, 2008 8th: 1997* 9th: 1989, 2001 10th: 1984, 1998 11th: 2003 * = In 1997, LSU moved from the District III Region to the District VI Region (currently the South Central Region).

2nd: 3rd: 6th: 7th 8th: 11th:

HIGHEST REGIONAL FINISHES

Terry Thornton* Passmore Furusa* Likhaya Dayile* Terry Thornton* Likhaya Dayile* Mark Elliott* Joseph Simuchimba* Dajour Braxton

1989 1994 2000 1990 2001 1989 2007 2016

NCAA PERFORMANCES 4th: 44th: 68th: 115th: DNF:

Terry Thornton# Likhaya Dayile Joseph Simuchimba Likhaya Dayile Mark Elliott Terry Thornton Passmore Furusa

1989 2001 2007 2000 1989 1990 1994

* = NCAA Qualifier | # = All-America | DNF = Did Not Finish

INDIVIDUAL

TOP 10 SEC FINISHES (SINCE 1965) 2nd: 5th: 6th: 9th: 10th:

Terry Thornton Passmore Furusa John Stewart Likhaya Dayile Mark Elliott Passmore Furusa Bobby Beck Likhaya Dayile Joseph Simuchimba

1989, 1990 1994 1969, 1970, 1971 2001 1989 1995 1981 2000 2007

WOMEN TEAM

HIGHEST SEC FINISHES 4th: 1999 5th: 1996 6th: 1983, 1988

YEAR 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

TEAM 6th 8th 6th 4th t3rd 7th 7th 6th 2nd 7th 11th 11th 12th 6th 6th 6th 6th 5th 8th 4th 7th 8th 9th 6th 6th 9th 8th 10th 11th 9th 10th 13th 12th 13th 13th 11th 11th

80

TOP INDIVIDUAL Bobby Beck Bobby Beck Matt Dobbins Mike Smith Mike Smith Paul Marmaro Pablo Presedo Pablo Presedo Terry Thornton Terry Thornton Magnus Bengstsson Bob Wyman Tre Hendry Passmore Furusa Passmore Furusa Abderrazak Merchoud Robby LeBlanc Frans Schimper Frans Schimper Likhaya Dayile Likhaya Dayile Andrew Huston Jimmy Wiggins Patrick Gavin Drew Haro Drew Haro Joseph Simuchimba Richard Chautin Cullen Doody Richard Chautin Cullen Doody Roger Cooke Philip Primeaux Philip Primeaux Dajour Braxton Dajour Braxton Eric Coston

INDIVIDUAL

TOP 10 SEC FINISHES 4th: 5th: 8th: 9th: 10th:

Silje Rasmussen Lisa Reed Charlotte Mayock Susanne Strunz Lisa Reed Lisa Reed Lisa Reed

1996 1988 1996 2001 1986 1987 1984

TOP REGIONAL FINISHES 6th: 12th: 13th: 17th: 20th 26th: 28th:

Charlotte Mayock* Morgan Schuetz Susanne Strunz Silje Rasmussen Bridget Cusack Laura Carleton Silje Rasmussen Martina Barkman Amanda Occhi

1996 2015 2001 1996 1999 2012 1994 1998, 1999 1999

TOP NCAA FINISHES 62nd: Charlotte Mayock * = NCAA Qualifier

SEC FINISHES (SINCE 1981) MEN

6th: 1999 8th: 2012 10th: 2005 11th: 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 12th: 2000, 2014

PLACE 9th 12th 20th 13th 11th 17th 5th 16th 2nd 2nd 18th 38th 50th 2nd 6th 14th 14th 17th 29th 9th 5th 41st 28th 22nd 21st 23rd 10th 38th 71st 24th 19th 69th 42nd 36th 30th 36th 34th

WOMEN YEAR 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

2018 TRACK & FIELD RECORD BOOK

TEAM 6th 7th 7th 7th 9th 6th 10th 10th 10th 12th 12th 11th 12th 5th 9th 8th 4th 11th 8th 9th 11th 9th 10th 9th 9th 12th 11th 11th 12th 7th 14th 14th 14th 12th 14th

TOP INDIVIDUAL Elaine Gomez Lisa Reed Anika Lewin Lisa Reed Lisa Reed Lisa Reed Michelle Munson Sally Lanier Sally Lanier Shannon Cox Michelle McDaniel Silje Rasmussen Eunice Flores Silje Rasmussen Bridget Cusack Bridget Cusack Martina Barkman Susanne Strunz Susanne Strunz Marian Burnett Katie Denton Ruth Nanyinza Michelle Hymel Rachael Graham Kate Accardo Christina Porter Charlene Lipsey Laura Carleton Charlene Lipsey Laura Carleton Morgan Schuetz Morgan Schuetz Morgan Schuetz Ruby Stauber Ersula Farrow

1996

PLACE 23rd 10th 11th 8th 8th 5th 34th 59th 64th 59th 71st 31st 60th 4th 29th 23rd 13th 15th 5th 26th 44th 21st 43rd 39th 49th 51st 63rd 37th 60th 12th 102nd 52nd 69th 54th 65th


Tiger Letterwinners

RECORDS

A

ABOTT, W. (1933-34) ABY, C. (1927-29) ACCARDO, Nick (2002-05) ACY, Tremayne (2014-17) ADAMS, C.R. (1916) ADAMS, Paul (1953) ADDY, Ken (1971-74) ADOLPH, Jeffrey (2007-09) AINSWORTH, Scott (1981-82) ALBRIGHT, Leland (1963-65) ALBRITTON, O. (1926-29) ALFRED, Don (1997-2000) ALLEN, Alvin (1949-50) ALLEN, R. (1928) ALLEN, Tommy (1967) ALLEYNE-FORTE, Ade (2009-12) ALLSOP, Shermund (2012-14) ALRIDGE, Mike (1996-98) ANDERSON, David (1984) ANDERSON, LeVar (1998-99) ANDING, Robert (1972-75) ANDREWS, James (1962-63) ANDRUS, Craig (1980) ATIYEH, Walead (1999-2000) ATTUSO, Jason (2017) AVERY, Butler (1948-50)

B

BABERS, B. (1927) BAGWELL, J. (1933-34) BAINE, Troy (1956) BAKER, Bobby (1994-95) BAKER, Buck (2013) BAKER, Keith (1978) BAKER, Larry (1989) BALL, J.N. (1923) BANDARIES, Ludwin (1960-61) BANKHEAD, Bill (1957-58) BANKS, Leon (1979) BARHAM, J.R. (1907) BARNARD, Gerhard (1990-91) BARRETT, Dwhyte (1998-2001) BARRON, Ed (1956) BARROW, Gray (1979-81) BARTHELEMY, L.J. (1911) BARTON, J.J. (1997-2000) BASTIDAS, Jaime (1997-98) BATSON, Bryan (1999-2001) BECK, Bobby (1980) BECKER, J. (1938) BECKHAM, Richard (1971) BEIDENHARN, Joseph (1954) BELLARD, Da’Quan (2016-17) BENGTSSON, Magnus (1988-91) BENNETT, Bart (1963-64) BENNETT, F. (1927) BENNETT, Kirk (1988) BENTON, Austin (2004-07) BENTON, Tommy (1950) BERNARD, Claston (1999-2002) BERWICK, J. (1927-28) BILLEAUD, Craig (1997-98) BILLOT, Edwin (2006) BISHOP, Clyde (1982) BLACK, E.A. (1935) BLACK, Gary (1971) BLAIR, N. (1933-35) BLAIR, Walter (1957) BLAISE, Kyron (2011-12) BLAKE, Phillip (1989) BLANKD, Keane (2017) BLANCHARD, B.O. (1905, 1907-08) BLANCHARD, Joe (1957-58) BLESS, Chris (2008-10) BLOCKBURGER, Sheldon (1986-87) BOBO, Taylor (2003) BOGGESS, Bob (1950) BOGUSKI, Bob (1957) BOHLKE, Billy (1999-2002) BOHN, Frank (2009) BOLDEN, Brett (2001) BONGAERTZ, Kees-Jan (1989-91) BORDELON (1930) BORNE, Brett (2007) BORNMAN, J.P. (1923-25) BOTLEY, Johnnie (1974-76)

BOUCHE, Michael (1969) BOUDLOCHE, Willie (1991-93) BOUDREAUX, Pete (1964-66) BOUGHTON, J.F. (1932-34) BOURG, Avie (1959) BOURGEOIS, James (1949-50) BOUTTE, George (1980) BOUTTE, Harold (2007) BOWMAN, G. (1934-36) BOWMAN, S.S. (1930-32) BRADLEY, Willie (2002-05) BRASHER (1905) BRAXTON, Dajour (2015-17) BRAZELL, Bennie (2002-05) BREATHWIT, John (1947, 1949-50) BREATHWIT, Mack (1949-50) BRENTS, Jess (1969) BREW, Derrick (1999-2000) BRICKHAM, Robert (1994-95) BRIDGES (1925-26) BRIDGES, Kenneth (1953) BRIEDE, Richard (1974-77) BRIEN, Clark (1968) BROCK, John (1951) BROOKS, Larry (1952, 1954-55) BROUSSARD Carson, (2001-03) BROUSSARD, Francis (1981) BROWDER, Darrin (1989) BROWN, Andre (1985-86) BROWN, Billy (1938-41) BROWN, Ellis (1996) BROWN, H.M. (1925-27) BROWN, Harry (1929) BROWN, J.E. (1917) BROWN, L.P. (1928-30) BROWN, Lorenzo (1990) BROWN, Rodney (2012-15) BRUNER, J.C. (1914-15) BRUTON, LaMar (2016-17) BRYAN, A. (1935-37) BRYANT, J.T. (1917) BUELL, N. (1937-38) BULLER, Russ (1997-2000) BURGE, D.P. (1933) BURGE (1938) BURKS, Shawn (1985) BURLEIGH, Joe (Ivan) (1950-51) BURNETT, J. (1927-29) BURNS, Chadd (2016-17) BURRIS, W.B. (1913-16) BURTON, Harry (1952) BURTON, John (1957) BUSBY, Bill (1960) BUSCH, Herman (1953) BUSH, Darrell (2013-15) BUTLER, Carroll (1948) BUTLER, J. (1921-25) BUTLER, King (1961) BUTLER, S.L. (1906-07) BUTLER, W.E. (1931)

C

CAILLETEAU, F. (1925-26) CAIN, Chris (1996-97) CALDWELL (1919) CALE, Frederick (1968) CALHOUN, D. (1927) CALLAWAY, Louis (1984-87) CALLOWAY, Jason (1999) CAMPBELL, C.C. (1924-25) CAMPBELL, Charles (1961) CAMPBELL, Steve (1979) CANGELOSI, James (1965) CANNON, Billy (1958-59) CANNON, Harvey (1953-56) CAPDEVILLE (1905) CARAWAY, Gabriel (2001-04) CARAWAY, Joseph (2010-14) CARPENTER, Harry (1954-57) CARROLL, Jason (2000-02) CARROLL, Matthew (2003-04) CARRUTH (1922-23) CARTER, Jamison (2001-04) CARTER, John (1968-69) CARTER, Xavier (2005-06) CASANOVA, Tommy (1970) CASTAGNOS, Leonce (1962-64) CATLETT, W.R. (1905)

CAVANAUGH, Robert (1964-66) CAZA, Mike (1995) CHANDLER, W.B. (1924-26) CHAPMAN, Keith (1948) CHATHAM, Preston (2007-08) CHAUTIN, Richard (2008-11) CHERAISI, Samuel (1998) CHERRY, Michael (2016-17) CHILDRESS, Robert (1953) CHOPPIN, Purnell (1948) CHRETIEN, John (2003-05) CHRISTINA, Carlo (1949-51) CHURCH, F. (1938) CLARK, Fred (1959-60) CLEARMAN, Jerry (1961) COBB, Barney (1973-74) COCKERHAM, J.H. (1911-13) COCKERHAM, S. (1916) COFFEE, Al (1969-72) COLE, Eddie (1971) COLE, Jack (1950) COLEY, Efrem (1979-81) COLEY, Pete (2001-05) COLLINS, David (2015-16) COLQUHOUN, Lueroy (1999-02) CONSTANT, Doug (1960-61) COOKE, Roger (2009-13) COOLEY, C. (1926-29) COOPER, P. (1915-16) COPPAGE, Will (2007-10) CORKERY, Rip (1965) CORLEY, M.F. (1905) CORREA, Elton (1948) COVINGTON, Bill (1948-51) COVINGTON, W.W. (1920-22) COX, Chris (1984) CRANFORD, Charles (1960) CRASS, W. (1935-36) CREVLING, Bill (1960) CREWS, Eddie (1974-77) CRONAN, Tommy (1965) CULLEN, Bob (1975) CUMMINGS, Chris (1995-98) CUMMINS, Kirk (1995-96) CUPIT, Brad (1997)

D

DAFFIN, Tim (1984) DALTON, Jeffery (1958-59) DALY (1923) DAMN, Doug (1973) DARDAR, Reggie (2005-08) DARLING, B. (1938) DASPIT, Woodson (1948) DAUTERIVE, L.J. (1907) DAVIES, Dick (1959) DAVIS, G. (1938) DAVIS, Greg (1981-83) DAVIS, Jim (1976-77, 1979-80) DAVIS, John (1956-57) DAVIS, Walter (2001-02) DAY, J. (1931) DAY, K. (1937) DAY, S. (1925) DAYILE, Likhaya (2000-02) DEAN, Robert (1954) DeBLANC, Mark (2008-11) DEGRAVELLE, G.A. (1924-25) DeHOLLANDER, Robert (1986-87, 89) DEMMICK, O. (1926) DEMPERS, Wynand (1999-2001) DEMPSEY, Philip (2011, 2013-15) DERMODY, John (1996-97) DeSOTO, Richard (1971-72) DESSAUER, Luke (2008-10) DEVALL, Ivan (1970) DIAZ, Edgar (1991) DICKEY, Tom (1948) DIEL, Kendall (1968-69) DIEL, Winston (1973) DIELIS, Albertus (1986-87) DIETRICH, Kurt (1992-95) DILL (1921) DOBBINS, Mark (1978-80) DOBBINS, Matt (1984) DOMINGUEZ, Josh (2007-11) DOODY, Cullen (2009-12) DOUGHERTY, Mike (1965-67)

DOUPLE, Tom (1973-75) DOUSAY, Jim (1966) DOWNING, Ben (1968) DOWNING, Quincy (2012-15) DRUILHET, Anthony (1985-87) DUHON, Chris (1978-81) DUHON, John (1981-84) DUHON, Phil (1993) DUKES, Tommy (1957) DUNKLEY, Fitzroy (2013-16) DUNN, Jack (1963-64) DUPIGNY, Sean (1993-94, 1996) DUPLANTIS, Andreas (2012-15) DUPLANTIS, Greg (1982, 1984-86) DUPONT, J. (1928-29) DUPONT, John (1994-95) DURHAM, Dickie (1959-61) DURINGER, Darral (1971-73) DUTTON, C. (1925, 1927) DUTTON, T.W. (1911-14) DYER, Jack (1948) DYER, Jack (1965-67)

E

EAST, J.L. (1925-27) EASTMAN, John (1966) ECKERT, David (1965-67) EDGERLY, W.S. (1907) EDMOND, Greg P. (1975) EDMOND, Tim (1971) EDMONSTON, M.N. (1923-24) EDWARDS, Courtney (2012) EDWARDS, F.M. (1905) EHRHARDT, Ken (2008-10) ELLIOTT, Mark (1989-90) ELLISON, Dave (1953) ENGERAN, Loyd (1959) ENSLEY, Frank (1997-99) EPPS, James (1971-72) ERNEST, Aaron (2012-15) EUBANK, Neil W. (1987-88) EVANS, J. (1938) EVANS, W.M. (1912) EWERS, Anthony (2003-04)

F

FABIAN, Ralph (1958-60) FARQUE, Zach (2012) FARRELL, Derrick (1993-94) FATHEREE, Jesse Jr. (1958-61) FAULK, Ronnie (1966-68) FAUST, Michael (1991-94) FAY, T. (1905) FERRO, R. (1905) FISHER, G. (1932-33, 1935) FISHER, Jeffrey (2001-05) FLEMING, Gavin (2005, 2007) FLESHMAN, Fred (1978-80) FLOREK, Michael (2007-11) FLOURNOY, Jaron (2016-17) FLOYD, J.C. (1920) FONTENOT, M. (1927-29) FONTENOT, Ryan (2005-08) FORBES, Damar (2010-13) FORBES, I.L. (1924) FORNARIS, Jim (1960-62) FORST, Alex (1997-2000) FOTI, Russell (1948) FOUNTAIN, Jackson (2015) FOWLER, James (1964) FOWLER, Mark (1985-88) FOX, Rabun (2005-06, 2008-09) FRANCIQUE, Alleyne (2001-02) FRANCISE, Tommy (1974) FRANKLIN, Kevin (1995) FREY, F.C. (1917-21) FRIEND, B. (1936-38) FUNK, J.L. (1915-17, 1920) FURUSA, Passmore (1994-95) FUSELIER, Eric (1992-94)

G

GALLOWAY, E. (1913-15) GALLOWAY, J.U. (1917) GALLUP, Ryan (1999-2003) GALVAN, Dave (1996) GARCIA, Carlos (1999-2000) GARDNER, Paul (1999)

GAVIN, Patrick (2005-06) GEERS, Patrick (2015-16) GEORGE, I. (1927-28) GEYER, Randy (1963-66) GIBBENS, D.J. (1953-54) GIBSON, Marvin (1994-95) GIBSON, Tommy (1992) GILBERT, Glenroy (1992-93) GILBERT, Larry (1976) GILFOIL, Billy (1963-66) GIROUARD, Andre (2017) GODBOLD, H. (1934-35) GOHRES, Jace (2004, 2007) GOODWIN, Randal (1952-53) GORDY, Matt (1932-33) GOTT, Malcolm (1966) GRAHAM, Kevin (1951) GRANT, Carl (1955) GRANT, David (1992-95) GRANT, Jermaine (1995, 1997-98) GRAVES, Carl (1955) GRAYSON, Cyril (2013-16) GREEN, Gerald (2000-01) GREEN, Earnest (2011-12) GREEN, Nigel (1994-97) GREEN, Red (1984) GREENLEY, N. (1928) GREENSWORD, Marlon (2002-03) GREY, Andrew (2017) GREZAFFI, Sammy (1966) GRIFFIN, Rohsaan (1995-96) GRIFFITH, Keith (2011-12) GRISWOLD, Jack (1958-59) GUILLORY, Brandon (2000-03) GUY, Matthew (2007)

H

HAGUE, P.G. (1919-20) HALL (1931) HALL, Bobby (1948-50) HALL, David (1986-87) HAMIC, Buddy (1964) HAMILTON, L. (1936-37) HAMMAN, Biff (1965-67) HANCHEY, Gene (1958-59) HARDIN, Billy (1962-64) HARDIN, Glenn (1933-35) HARDIN, J.L. (1938) HARKIN, T.I. (1926-27) HARNANDEZ, Ronald (1961-64) HARO, Drew (2004-05, 2007-08) HARRELL, R. (1926-27) HARRELL, Milton (2017) HARRIS, Dennis (1989-90) HARRIS, Joe (1960-62) HARRIS, Steve (1989) HARRIS, Tom (1971) HARTSELL, Glen (1960-61) HASLOM, Reggie (2007-10) HATCHER (1925) HAWKINS, A.M. (1911-12) HAYES, Armanti (2007-10) HAYES, R.S. (1919) HAZLIP, S.W. (1913-14) HEARN, Steve (1971-72) HEBERT, David (1985-87) HECKER, Kyle (2007-10) HELM, N.C. (1920-23) HENDERSON, Blair (2014-17) HENDERSON, Devery (2001-02) HENDRIX, J. (1929-31) HENDRY, Michael (2005-08) HENDRY, Tre (1992-95) HENK, Daniel (1997-99) HENNIGAN, Charles (1954) HENNING, Walter (2009-11) HENRY, Barry (1991) HENRY, Kenny (2000, 2002-03) HEROMAN, Ted (1971-74) HEWETT (1905) HICKS, Jeremy (2006-09) HIGHT, Carroll T. (1967-69) HIGHT, Freddie C. (1967-69) HILL, Greg (1976-79) HILL, Jerel (2010) HILTON, Michael (2000-02) HISLOP, Milton (2017) HITCHCOCK (1925)

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HOFFIELD, Keith (1997) HOLBROOCK, C.S. (1907-08) HOLDERMAN, F.H. (1931-34) HOLLEMAN, Bob (1951-52) HOLLIDAY, Trindon (2006-09) HOLLIDAY, W.N. (1926-28) HOLMES, Walter (1964) HOOK, James (1995) HOOVER, John (1954-55) HOPKINS, Derek (1989-90) HORNE, Jackie (1957) HORTON, Brett (1996-97) HORTON, Maurice (1990-91) HOTARD, P. (1928) HOWARD, Jamar (2009) HOWARD, Marc (1984) HOWELL, Renard (2016) HUGHES, Terry (2015-16) HUGHS, C.B. (1922) HULL, H. (1920-23) HUNT, Donald (1950-51) HUSTON, Andrew (2002-05) HUTCHINS, T.W. (1930-31) HYLTON, Riker (2011-12)

I

IVES, C.A. (1919-22)

J

JACKSON, Anthony (1978-79) JACKSON, Chris (2003-05) JACKSON, Donte (2016-17) JACKSON, Johnnie (2016-17) JAMES, Charles (1984, 86-87) JAMES, Clayton (1952-55) JAMES, Jamaal (2007-10) JARLSJO, Bengt (1988-90) JEAN-FRANCOIS, Ricky (2006, 2008) JEANSONNE, Greg (1989-90) JEFFERSON, Omar (1996) JENKINS, D.B. (1916-17) JENKINS, H. (1905) JENKINS, M.R. (1914-15) JOHNSON, A.R. (1948-49) JOHNSON, Charles (1951-52) JOHNSON, Christian (2015-17) JOHNSON, F.F. (1921-23) JOHNSON, F.L. (1929-31) JOHNSON, Glenn (1954) JOHNSON, J.C. (1938) JOHNSON, Jaora (2012-14) JOHNSON, Joe (1953-54) JOHNSON, Johnathan (2010) JOHNSON, M.F. (1911) JONES, Billy Gene (1955) JONES, Geno (2011) JONES, Reggie (1992-93) JONES, Richard (2009-10) JORDAN, Pearson (1976-79)

K

KAHLES, Rolf (1997-98) KALBAUGH, Steve (1990) KEEN, R.C. (1919-20) KELLY, Don (1948) KENNEDY, K.K. (1951-52) KENNISON, Eddie (1994-96) KENNON, Calvin (1982) KENT, H. (1935-37) KEPLER, Jack (1951-53) KHAIDA, Lotfi (1991-93) KIMES, Nathan (1949) KING, Chris (1989-92) KINGFISHER, Hayden (2015) KINNARD, Luke (2002-03) KIRCHNER, Kevin (2013) KLAMKE, A. (1930-31) KLEINPETER, Russell (1955) KLEINPETER, T. (1936) KLESTER, Pat (1995-96) KLOCK, E.L. (1905) KNECHT, Ronald (1948) KNOX, Ken (1950) KOENCK, Aaron (2012-13) KOPFLER, Joe (1970) KOSGEI, Elkana (2008) KOSGEI, John (2008) KRAMER, T.F. (1921)

81


Tiger Letterwinners L

LaBAUVE, Randall (1988-90) LACASSAGNE, Herb (1960) LACOSTE (1930-31) LACOSTE, Jay (1959-61) LACY, David (1968) LADNER, Christian (1990) LAINE, Jason (2003) LAMBDIN, Gregg (1976) LAMBERT, S. (1928-29) LAMERS, Joshua (2013-14) LANDRY, Tim (2008-09, 2011) LANE, H. (1938) LANGE, Tom (1989-92) LANIER, H.A. (1929-30) LANSING, Bill (1950-51) LANSING, Fred (1953-54) LASALLE, J. (1935-36) LASALLE, L.J. (1905, 1907) LAURO, Michael (2009-12) LAVIN, James (1954-57) LeBLANC, Lee (1986) LeBLANC, Christen (1995-96) LeBLANC, Phillip (2011-13) LeBLANC, Robby (1997-98) LeBLANC, Roland (2004) LeBLANC, William (2012) LeBLEU, C.A. (1930) LEE, Patrick (2008-09) LeFEVRE, Ross (1960) LeFLEUR (1911) LeFLEUR, L. (1927-29) LeFLEUR, P.G. (1907) LEHMAN, J. (1932-34) LESSOR, Gabriel (1993) LESTER, G. (1935-37) LETT, Alleyne (2005, 2007) LEWIS, R.E. (1911, 1913) LEWIS, Ravin (1984, 1986) LEWIS, Rodney (1983-84, 1986) LEWIS, W.S. (1915, 1917) LIPANI, DC (2014-17) LITTLE, C.W. (1911-12) LLOYD, Edward (1982-83) LOBDELL, W. (1933) LOCHRIDGE, Joe (2003-04) LOE, S.R. (1916-17, 1919) LOFLIN, J.T. (1948) LOGAN, Byron (1995-98) LOGSDON, Steve (1990-91) LORMAND, Ben (1995-96) LOVE, Mickey (1955) LOWRY, James (1949-51) LOWTHER, Charles (1948-49) LOWTHER, Robert (1948) LUMPKIN, Mark (1969-70) LYLES, Melvin (1949)

M

MACIEJCZYK, Joe (1979-81) MACK, Bobby (1956-58) MAHLER, Scott (1996-98) MAJOR, H.A. (1907) MALCOLM, Phillip (2007) MALLARD, Milton (1995) MALLOY, Pat (1938) MARCELLE, Earl (1991-94) MARMARO, Paul (1985, 87) MARSHALL, Tom (1976-80) MARTEL, Anthony (2009) MARTIN, Brent (1999-2002) MARTINGAYLE, Harrison (2017) MARVIN, Ernest (1979-81) MASCARO, Nathan (1996-97) MATHEWS, Gerald (1971-74) MATTIA, Raymond (1976) MATTIA, Robert (1976) MAY, Dudley (1965-66) MAY, Joe (1953-56) MAYES, Adrian (2001-02) MAYEUX, Herman (1968-69) MAZZA, Frank S. (1987-90) McARTHUR, Bryan (1992-95) McBRIDE, Homer (1951-53) McCAIN, Eugene (1978-81) McCALL, H.L. (1925-26) McCARRON, Harry (1967-68)

82

McCOLLISTER, E.P. (1916) McDANIEL, Orlando (1979-81) McDONALD, David (1961) McDONALD, John (1953-55) McFARLAND, R.A. (1919-20) McGAREY, Donald (1983-84) McGEHEE, Marcus (2009-12) McGOWAN, C.L. (1934) McGUINESS, Charles (1985) McHERNY, B.G. (1911) McKELLAR, Fred (1960-62) McKINNON, John (1970-73) McLEOD, Ralph (1951-53) McNABB, Delmon (1965-67) McNASPY, M. (1906) McRAE, G. (1938) MEDLOCK, Recie (2000) MEE, Stuart (1986-87) MELANCON, O.O. (1905) MELENDEZ, Efran (1989-90) MERCHOUD, Abderrazak (1997) METELLUS, Alain (1986-88) METRAILER, Phillip (1970) MEYER, Paul (1974-77) MIELKE, Charles (1970) MILLER, Barrett (2012-13) MILLER, Christian (2017) MILLER, C.S. (1908) MILLER, F.L. (1929-31) MILLER, Paul (1951-53) MILLET, E. (1927-29) MILLS, Robert (1973*) MILLSEPS, P. (1936-38) MILTON, Terry (1986) MIMMS, George (1990) MISHER, Allen (1973-76) MITCHELL, L. (1924-27) MITCHELL-BLAKE, Nethaneel (201314, 2016-17) MOBLEY, Gene (1972-74) MOFFITT, John (2003-04) MOODY, Philip (1984-85) MOON, Lynn (1957-58) MOORE, Aaron (2009-12) MOORE, Jerry (1957-58) MOORE, Joey (1999) MOORE, Jordan (2015-16) MOORE, Robert (1956) MOORE, Ronald (1969) MOREAU, Al (1931-33) MORELAND, J.F. (1921-24) MORGAN, S. (1927) MORGAN, R.B. (1931) MORRIS, Mark (1989-92) MORRIS, Sherman (1991) MOTT, King (1956-58) MOUTON, R.L. (1905-07) MULUGATA, Xavier (2017) MURPHY, P. (1935-37) MUTANGA, Tinashe (2016-17) MUTELL, Bryan (2011-15) MUYABA, Fabian (1993-94) MVUMVURE, Gabriel (2008-11) MWAPE, Sam (2004-05) MYRICK, Don (1964-65)

N

NALL, Craig (2000) NALLY, Daniel (2011-12) NAPIER, Dino (1989) NEHME, Christian (1997-2000) NELSEN, Jonathan (2016-17) NELSON, Trevis (2006) NESOM, G.W. (1927-29) NETTLES, B.J. (1913-14) NEUHAUSER, C.A. (1913-15) NEURIG (1951) NEWELL, R. (1934-35) NEWSOME, Dan (1949-50) NICHOLS, John (1988-90, 1992) NICHOLS, Regan (1995-96) NICHOLS, Tim (1979) NIETO, Javier (1999-2002) NOBLERS, Steve (1972-73) NOBLETT, O.H. (1908) NODIER, Fred (1952-53) NORWOOD, Vernon (2014-15) NUGENT, Barrett (2009-12)

RECORDS NUNEZ, Keith (2000-03)

O

OBIOHA, Daniel (2011-13) OLACK, Tim (1971-74) OLANDER, Mikael (1985-88) OLIVER, David (1967-70) ONSARE, Charles (1989-90) O’NEAL, T. (1933-35) O’NEIL, Jack (1961-63) O’NEIL, Ted (1965)

P

PADDISON, Dave (1991-94) PALLES, Harry (1981-82, 1984-85) PARHAM, Robert (2001-04) PARKER, A.W. (1930) PARKER, Jeffrey (2007) PARKER, Julian (2013, 2015) PARSON, Rynell (2010-13) PASCAL, Robert (1973-76) PASSENTINO, Carl (1997) PATRON, Ron (1997) PEEBLES, L. (1932) PELAEZ, Felipe (2015) PENN, Ryan (2010) PERKINS, B. (1928) PERRIEN, Patrick (2003-05) PERRY, Curtis (1997-98) PETERMAN (1916) PETERSEN, Scott (1991-94) PETTES, Steve (1995-96) PETTIT, Bob (1952-54) PFINGSTEN, Gunnar (1997-98) PHILLIPE, J.C. (1938) PHILLIPS, F.R. (1906) PHILLIPS, Isa (2006-07) PHILLIPS, John (1952-55) PICKENS, F.W. (1917,19) PINNOCK, Marvin (2004) PIPES, D.Y. (1919) PITT, Jonathan (2014-15) PITTMAN, J.S. (1916) POPE, Travis (2012-15) PORTERM, George (1965) POWELL, Darion (2006) POWELL, Erik (2008) POWELL, Keith (1995-97) POWELL, R. (1932) PRENTICE (1925) PRENTICE, Derrick (1993-96) PRESEDO, Pablo (1986, 1988-89) PRESLEY, James (2004) PRESTON, Joe (1948-51) PRIMEAUX, Philip (2011-15) PUGH, Travis (1956-57)

Q

QUIGLEY, Mike (1979-81)

R

RABENHORST, O.D. (1920-23) RACCA, Brandon (2003-05, 2007) RACHAL, D. (1938) RADECKER, Eric (2007) RADGOWSKI, Chad (2006-08) RAINEY, James (1993, 1995) RANDOLPH, Dave (1979) RAPEK, Andy (1988-89) RAPPE, Greg (1983-84) RARESHIDE, Bert (1993-96) RASBERRY, Mike (1970-71) RATELLE, E. (1933-34) REA, Butch (1993-96) REID, A.J. (1914-16) REID, Bruce (1987-90) REID, Eric (1984-87) REID, Michael (1984-86) REILEY (1920) REINECKE, Thomas (2010-13) REYES, Felipe (2005) RHORER, Matthew (2016) RICE, R.E. (1916) RICHARD, G. (1922-23) RICKEY, David (1959) ROANE, Sanders (1949) ROBERTS, C. (1934-35) ROBERTS, C.A. (1908)

ROBERTS, Kwami (2004-05) ROBERTSON, E.W. (1908) ROBICHAUX, Cameron (2015-17) ROBINSON, Lester (1952) ROBINSON, W.G. (1935) ROBINSON, W.T. (1933-34) ROCHE’, Jarett (2002-04) ROEBUCK (1908) ROGERS, H. (1937) ROGERS, Melville (2006-07) ROSE, Kyle (2008-09, 2011) ROSE, Mark (1981-83) ROSE, Matthew (1986-89) ROSSBOTTOM, Harold (1953) ROUBION, Ross (2008-11) ROUBION, Ryan (2009-12) ROUSSEL, Keith (1968-69) ROUSSEL, Les (1978-79) RUSSELL, S. (1937-38) RYAN, Scott (1990)

S

SANDERS, H. (1911) SANDERS, J. (1933-35) SANDERS, Jason (1991-92, 1994) SANDERS, Joe (1962) SANDOZ, Jeff (1973-75) SANFORD, C. (1935-37) SANFORD, Jim (1951) SANSONE, Trevor (2012) SANTACRUZ, Austin (2015) SATEGNA, Mario (1992-95) SAUERHAGE, John (1981-82) SAVOIE, Michael (1994-96) SAXON, H. (1934-35) SCARBOROUGH, D.C. (1905-06) SCARBOROUGH, E. (1933-34) SCHAFFER, Tom (1959) SCHALOW, Terrence (1987) SCHIFFMAN, Kenneth (2009-10) SCHIMPER, Frans (1997-2000) SCHIMPF, Carey (1973-76) SCHLOEGEL (1932) SCHMIDT, G. (1937-38) SCOTT, Greg (1999-2001) SCOTT, ReVey (1977-80) SEALS, Cordelle (1999-2001) SEEFELD, Carl (1958-60) SEGURA, Jennings (1996) SEIP, J.J. (1908) SEVIN, Ty (1990) SHAFER, R.A. (1920) SHAH, Paras (2009) SHELLNUT, Mike (1981-82, 1984) SHELTON, F. (1938) SHEPARD, Howard (2012) SHIPP, Larry (1973-76) SHIREY, Larry (1963) SHIRLEY, Buddy (1966) SHIRLEY, E.M. (1920-23) SHIRLEY, James (1952) SHORT (1929-30) SHUMAKER, Ben (2001-04) SIMMONS, Jacob (2007-09) SIMMONS, M. (1936) SIMMONS, Robert (2009-12) SIMON, LeJuan (2003-04) SIMON, Peter (2001-03) SIMONTON, Sam (1961-63) SIMPSON, Joe (1975) SIMS, Phil (1993-96) SIMUCHIMBA, Joseph (2007-08) SINGLETARY, C.N. (1916) SINGLETARY, Mike (1991-92) SINGOEI, David (1992-93) SIPLE, D. (1938) SLATER, Jeff (1985-86) SLAUGHTER, W.S. (1898) SLOCUM (1917) SMITH, A.F. (1907) SMITH, Bob (1972-75) SMITH, C.I. (1906) SMITH, Charles (1952-54) SMITH, Marc (1998-2000) SMITH, Mike (1984-86) SMITH, N. (1927-28) SMITH, Traun (2000-03) SMITHERMAN, D.E. (1917)

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SONGY (1928-30) SOOTER, Jason (1975-76) SOWA, Brad (2004) SPANGENBERG, Marc (1970-71) SPIERS, L. (1926-27) SPRAUL, Gary (1951) ST. AMANT, Eugene (1966) ST. CYR, Joseph (2013-14) STAMEY, Bryan (2014-17) STARKS, Llewellyn (1989-90) STAYTON, W.D. (1905) STEELE, Sidney (1949-51) STENSON, J. (1938) STEPHENS, Greg (1972-75) STEVENS, B.A. (1935-36) STEVENS, H.G. (1922-25) STEVENSON, Marvin (2004-07) STEWART, Charles (1970) STEWART, G. (1932-34) STEWART, John (1969-72) STICKER, Alan (2007-11) STOCKWELL, E. (1932-34) STOCKWELL, O. (1928) STOKES, David (1966-67) STOVALL, R.F. (1907) STRATFORD, Charles (1952-53) STRUPPECK, Robert (1967-69) STUART, Eric (1974-76) SUHY, Jeff (1984-85) SULLIVAN, Dan (1972) SULLIVAN, W. (1933-35) SULLWOLD, Frank (1948-51) SWANNER, Sean (2008-10) SWAYZE, Taylor (1976) SWEENEY, Herman (1952-53)

T

TADLOCK, Randy (1998)

TALLEY, Keyth (2011-12) TANNER, Daniel (2014-17) TARROSOVIC, George (1952) TAYLOR, Gerald (2004-05) TAYLOR, Jonathan K. (1988) TAYLOR, Michael (1985) TAYLOR, Randall (1987) TERRY, Eddie (1981) THERIOT, Blake (1999-2002) THOM, Jim (1965-66) THOMAS, Anthony (1985) THOMAS, Juan (1994) THOMAS, Marcus (1998-2000) THOMAS, Paul (2002-03) THOMAS, Tomario (2001-03) THOMAS, Zedric (2008-11) THOMPSON, Garrek (2009-10) THOMPSON, John (2005) THOMPSON, Joshua (2013-15) THOMPSON, Paul (2002-04) THOMPSON, Ralph (1955) THOMPSON, Richard (2005-08) THORGERSON, G.H. (1924) THORGERSON, R.C. (1914-17) THORNTON, S. (1921-24) THORNTON, Terry (1989-91) THURN, James (2010, 2012) THYMES, Derrick (1991-94) TINER, Marcus (2017) TJEPKEMA, Enno (1986-88) TORRANCE, J. (1932-35) TORROS, S. (1936-38) TOUSSAINT, Ronnie (1960) TREADWAY, J. (1936-37) TREGRE, Roy (1961) TRIESCHMANN, Wayne (1956) TROSCLAIR, Daniel (2001-04) TROXCLAIR, Chip (1976-79) TUCKER, Ed (1951-53) TUNON, Pedro (2001-03) TURNER, Nathan (1996-98) TURNER, Willie (1978-79) TUTTLE, Jeremy (2012-15) TWIJUKYE, Reuben (2007-08) TWILLIE, Troy (1995, 1997) TYSON, Todd (1996-97)

U

UFFMAN, Chip (1997-98) UPTON, James (1968)

UPTON, M.R. (1911-14)

V

VALE, Louis (1953) VAN HELDEN, Robin (1985-87, 89) VANDERHOFF, Kanon (1991-92) VARAS, Mike (1978-80) VARGAS, Marcell (1978) VENABLE, John (1950-51) VINCENT, Matthew (2002-05) VOLLMER, Larry (1972-74) VONDENSTEIN, Wayne (1969-72) VOSS, Harold (1948-50)

W

WADDLETON, David (1997-98) WAGUESPACK, Todd (1990-91) WALKER, J. (1936) WALKER, Tristan (2011) WALL, Ernest (1957-59) WALTERS, H. (1936-38) WARE, H. (1938) WARNER, T.A. (1924-25) WATERER, J. (1937-38) WATKINS, Slip (1988-90) WATSON, Paul (2007) WEAVER, Larey (1980-81) WEICH, J. (1937) WELLMAN (1930-31) WELLS, Morgan (2016) WEMPLE (1921-23) WESTERMAN, Bob (1956-58) WHEATLEY, Mike (1967-69) WHITAKER, Anthony (2013) WHITE, Sadiki (2010) WHITE, W.G. (1948) WHITLATCH, Blake (1975) WHITNEY, Chris (1977-80) WHYTE, Bernard (1985-87) WICH, Michael (1995) WIESLER, William (2011-13) WIGGINS, Jimmy (2001-05) WILCOX, Adam (2007-09) WILKES, Jack (2015-17) WILKINSON, H. (1934) WILKINSON, Jake (2012) WILKINSON, Ralph (1964) WILLIAMS, Bernard (1984-86, 1988) WILLIAMS, Bryant (1991-94) WILLIAMS, Caleb (2010-13) WILLIAMS, Horatio (2011) WILLIAMS, John (2000) WILLIAMS, Simon (1990-92) WILLIAMS, Siraj (2004-07) WILLIAMSON, Mike (1993-96) WILLIE, Kelly (2003-06) WILLS, Harold (1974) WILLS, Lloyd (1970-73) WILSON, Jerry (1989) WOMACK, Joe (1967-68) WOOD, Glynn (1952-54) WOOD, John (1955) WOODS, Delyle (1995) WOODARD, R.E. (1921) WOOSLEY, John (1996-98) WRIGHT, O.L. (1928-30) WRIGHT, Ricky (1985-87) WYMAN, Bob (1989-92) WYNN, Wallace (1951)

Y

YARBROUGH, Lanis (1970-71) YASLOSKY, Michael (1986-89) YATES, Bob (1962-63) YAWN, F.W. (1930-32) YODER, Lee (1954-55) YOUNG, E.M. (1916, 1921-23) YOUNG, John (1956) YOUNG, Wayne (1958)


Lady Tiger Letterwinners

RECORDS

A

ABBOTT, Amber (2008-09) ACCARDO, Kate (2004, 2007) AGE, Zina (1987-88) AGUILAR, Andria (2011-15) AKRE, Megan (2003-06) ALEMAN, Laura (2010-12) ALEXANDER, Rebecca (2011-12) ALLEN, Eunice (1992-93) ALMOND, Lyndsey (1985) ANDERSON, Jackie (1991) APPLEBERRY, Doria (2002) ARGYLE, Hareldau (1996-97) AVERY, Danielle (2013-15)

B

BAILEY, Sarah (2002-04) BAKER, Jenna (2011) BAPTISTE, Kelly (2005-08) BARKEMEYER, Ellen (2017) BARTOW, Mallory (2015) BASS, Alicia (1986, 1988) BASS, Valma (1998, 2000) BATES, Joyce (1999-2000) BATTLE, Franz (1995-96) BENGTSON, Tina (1981) BERNARD-THOMAS, Neisha (2003-05) BETHEL, Ashley (2000) BLAKE, Emily (1995-98) BLISS, Tori (2012-15) BOBIEN, Jackie (1985-88) BOOKER, Andria (2002) BOONE, Karen (1994-96, 1998) BOURQUE, Hannah (2015-17) BOWLES, Dawn (1990-92) BOYD, Angel (2005-08) BREAUX, Trudy (1981) BRISCO, Mikiah (2015-17) BROADDUS, Juanita (2006, 2008) BROUSSARD, Megan (2007-08) BROWN, Youlanda (1995-96) BRYDSON, Sylvia (1986-89) BURNETT, Marian (2002-03) BUSH, Andrea (1986-88) BUTLER, Kwajalein (1995-98) BUTLER, Stephanie (2001-04)

C

CABRAL, Monique (2007-09) CAILLOUET, Dianne (1981) CALAIS, Verna (1994) CARLETON, Laura (2009-12) CARLSEN, Kelsey (2013) CARSON, Kim (1993-96) CARTER, Brittani (2008-11) CARTER, Kym (1987) CATO, Camille (1985-87) CHARBONNET, Meghan (2013) CHASE, Chanice (2013-16) CLARKE, Celena (1998-99) CLARKE, Shannon (1985-86) CLAYTON, Jen (2011) COBB, Mary (1990-91) COKER, Cheryl (1986-88) COLEMAN, Kathy (2006-08) COLOSIMO, Sarah (2004, 2007) COMBS, Myra (1998-2000) CONNOR, Claire (1985-88) COOK, Mayme (2014-15) COSTELLO, Eileen (1988) COURVILLE, Amy (2002) COX, Shannon (1993) CUENCA, Christina (1998) CUNNINGHAM, Opal (1987-90) CUSACK, Bridget (1998-2000) CUSIMANO, Katie (1995-96) CUSIMANO, Stacie (2000) CYMEK, Mattie (1994)

D

DAIGLE, Anna-Cherie (2010) DAIGLE, Lindsay (2000-02) DAVIDSON, Shaunette (2006-07) DAVIS, Kristina (2007-10) DAVY, Nadia (2003-04) DAWSON, Katie (2005, 2007-08) DAY, Carolyn (1994)

DAY, Jonique (2011-12) DAY, Lindsay (2005, 2007-09) DENTON, Katie (2002-05) DENTON, Kristi (2007-08) DERBINS, Christine (2011) DEUTSCH, Jessica (2008-09) DEWORTH, Hannah (2014-16) DOWDIE, Peta-Gaye (1997-2000) DRUILHET, Bria (2015-16) DUHANEY, Dahlia (1989-92) DUNCAN, Kiersten (2014-16) DUNCAN, Kimberlyn (2010-13) DUNBAR, Nikollette (2017) DUNNING, Elizabeth (2014-15) DUPREY, Donalda (1988-91) DURST, Stephanie (2001-04)

E

ECHOLS, Sheila (1983, 1985, 1987) EDWARDS, Patricia (1983-84) ELLIS, Jemia (1999-2002) EMANUEL, Keri (2013-14) ESMAIL, Amal (2009) EVANS, Taylor (2009) EVE, Laverne (1986-88)

F

FALGOUT, Neely (2001-02) FAVORITE, Carolyn (1981) FEAGIN, Zundra (1993-96) FENTON, Kim (1989) FERSTER, Wanda (1989) FIGUEROA, Gabby (2015) FLANDERS, Katrina (2001-04) FLETCHER, Sherry (2006-07) FLORES, Eunice (1995-96) FLYNN, Kelli (1991-94) FOUNTAIN, Rachel (2009) FOUNTAIN, Tina (1996-98) FRANCIS, Meisue (2005-07) FRANCOIS, Gretchen (1996-98) FRANKS, Carmis (1995-98) FREEMAN, Monique (1999-2000) FRIAR, Nataliyah (2014-17)

G

GARDNER, Ashley (2001-04) GARDNER, Kim (1996) GEORGETOWN, Mariah (2014-15) GILFORD, Ja’Launa (1994) GILMORE, Francine (1981-82) GOCHENOUR, Alex (2012) GOMEZ, Elaine (1981-84) GONZALES, Candice (2000-03) GOODMAN, Brea (2010-12) GOODMAN, Dakota (2010-12) GOODWIN, LaShawn (1988) GORDON, Daeshon (2015-16) GOULE, Natoya (2012-13) GRAHAM, Rachael (2005, 2007) GREGORY, Kelly (1986-87) GRIGGS, Tenisha (2005) GROSS, Michelle (1981-82) GROSS, Nedra (2005, 2007-08) GUILLOT, Monica (2015) GUTIERREZ, Kristen (1998-2000)

H

HACKETT, Semoy (2011-12) HALL, Brittany (2008-11) HALL, Cassondra (2017) HALL, Eureka (1994, 1996-97) HALL, Monique (2003-04) HALL, Shanekia (2012-13) HALL, Shanice (2013-16) HALLBERG, Katarina (1990-91) HAMEL, Katie (2009) HAMILTON, Indira (1992-93) HARDIN, Tahlaya (2015) HARGETT, Heidi (1991-94) HARMATA, Amanda (2005, 2007) HARRIS, Brittany (2004-05) HARRIS, Kathleen M. (1987) HARRIS, Keterra (2015) HARRIS, Martha (1994-95) HARRIS, Shontae (2002-05) HARRIS, Tina (2004-07) HARRISON, Dianne (2003-05)

HARVEY, Rushell (2014-17) HAYWARD, Tanqueray (1997) HEDLUND, Helena (1985-87) HENNING, Karen (2011-14) HENRY, Britney (2004) HENRY, Chariese (1981-82) HENRY, Samantha (2007-10) HENSSLER, Jenna (2009-10) HERBERT, Siedda (2010-13) HILL, D’Andre (1992-96) HINGLE, Elizabeth (2008) HINTON, Denise (2011-14) HOBBS, Aleia (2015-17) HOLMES, Shanice (2016) HORNER, Allison (2009) HOUSEHOLDER, Jennifer (1996) HUMPHREY, Brittley (2017) HUNT, Marita (1995-97) HYMEL, Michelle (2003-04)

J

JACKSON, Camille (1990-93) JACKSON, Gabrielle (2010) JACKSON, Jalea (2016) JACKSON, Zamyal (2001-03) JAKLOFSKY, Sharon (1991-93) JERNBECK, Therese (2013) JILES, Pam (1982) JOHNSON, Jennifer (1999-2000) JOHNSON, Kortnei (2016-17) JOHNSON, Whitney (2010-11) JONES, Esther (1988-91) JONES, Lolo (2001-04) JONES, Tenaya (2008-11) JONES, Travia (2014-17) JUNG, Annie (2017) JUPITER, Ka’Lynn (2015-17)

K

KAPERNICK, Gai (1993-95) KARIN, Abbey (2011) KAY, Chilli (2000) KELLMAN, Liann (2009-10) KELLY, Briana (2015-17) KELLY, Brittany (2017) KENNEDY, Brieanna (2009-12) KING, Michelle (1983-85) KLIEBERT, Megan (2003-04) KVIEN, Shannon (1993-95)

L

LAURENT, Rachel (2009-12) LAWRENCE, Deonna (2005-08) LAWRENCE, Oksana (2016-17) LEAVERTON, Loren (1999-2000) LeBLANC, Ranysha (2002-04) LEE, Muna (2001-04) LEE, Suzette (1996-97) LEVIN, Samantha (2012-13) LEWIS, Erika (2016-17) LEWIS, Julie (1985-88) LEWIS, Selena (1999) LEWIS, Shamekia (2002-03) LEWIS, Sharon (1989-90) LINDSAY, Somalia (1997-2000) LINTON, Andrea (2005-09) LIPP, Jill (2000) LIPSEY, Charlene (2010-13) LITTLE, Rebecca (2015-17) LITTLEJOHN, Brittany (2004) LOUIS, Shamekia (2002-03) LUTCHER, Keioike (2001-04) LYONS, Anna (2007-09)

M

MACK, Dechelle (2001-02) MARSHALL, Chenelle (1998-2000) MARSHALL, Tonea (2017) MARTIN, Jada (2014-17) MATTHEWS, Chaiss (2013-15) MAULSEED, Charlene (1995-96) MAXWELL, Andrea (2014) MAYOCK, Charlotte (1997-98) McCLENDON, Jordan (2017) McDANIEL, Michelle (1992-94) McDERMOTT, Latoya (2010-13) McDONALD, Mallory (2002-03) McDUFFIE, Jovennie (1990-92)

McKEEVER, Katie (2003-05) McLEOD, Muffy (1985) MEAKES, Carliesa (2006-07) MEIER, Whitney (1987) MELENDEZ, Joyce (1992) MEQUET, Rachel (1997-98) MIRANTI, Milene (2004-05) MISHER, Rachel (2016-17) MITCHELL, Danielle (2017) MITCHELL, Danyel (1991-94) MITCHELL, Lana (1982) MITCHELL, Whitney (2004) MOBLEY, Michelle (2011-14) MORANNE, Margie (1981) MOREAU, Kaitlyn (2012-13) MORRIS, Brooklynn (2005-08) MORRIS, Michele (1983, 1985-86) MUNSON, Michelle (1989-90)

N

NACCARI, Leigh-Ann (2010-12) NANYINZA, Ruth (2004-05) NERO, Sade’ (2005) NIXON, Leslie (1985-88) NUNEZ, Brandi (1992)

O

OCCHI, Amanda (1997, 1999) OGBOURNE, Melissa (2008-11) OHANAJA, Jessica (2005-08) OLIVAREZ, Anyssa (1995-97) OPPERMAN, Randi (2001-03) OSBOURNE, Tanya (2004-07) OSCAR, Lanelle (1990) OWENS, Ashley (2005)

P

PARKER, Hollie (2016-17) PARRIS, Debbie (1991-94) PAYNE, Kymber (2015-17) PAYNE, LaToya (2003-05) PETTERSSON, Maria (1997-98) PHELPS, Hope (2010) PHILLIPS, Danielle (2015-17) PHILLIPS, Rhonda (1988-89) PHIPPS, Angie (1985-86) PIERCE, LaTosha (1998) PINCKNEY, Takeia (2010, 2012-13) PITTS, Lynnika (2011-14) PLAEGER, Mitzi (1991-92) POCHE, Kim (1996-97) PORTER, Brittany (2010-13) PORTER, Christina (2008-09) POWELL, Sheila (1994-96)

Q

QUIGLEY, Ann (1981)

R

RADECKER, Jennifer (2004) RASMUSSEN, Silje (1995-97) REAVES, Margaret (1999-2000, 2002) REED, Lisa (1985, 1987-89) REGIS, Hazelann (2003-05) REYNOLDS, Rachel (2000) RICE, Kellee Monet (2001-03) RICHARDSON, Bryiana (2014-17) RIDEAU, Paula (1981) ROBINSON, Tiffany (2001-03) ROCHE, Lynley (2007) ROCKETT, Bianca (1999-2002) RODRIGUE, Katelyn (2007-10) ROE, Lindsay (2011) ROME, Cindy (1994-96) ROME, Stacey (1994-96) ROMERO, Maria (2001-04) ROOKS, Cynetheia (2006-07) RORHBACHER, Jill (1994-95) ROUSSEL, Amanda (2001-03) ROYE-SPEIGHT, Montenae (2012-13)

S

SAMS, April (1998-2000) SANCHEZ, Lacey (2012-13) SAUNDERS, Daphnie (1991-94) SCHNELKER, Suzanne (1990)

SCHUETZ, Morgan (2012-17) SCHUMANN, Christa M. (1987) SHAW, Stacy (1985-87) SHEFFIELD, Cinnamon (1989-92) SHEFFIELD, Jacquelyn (1983-84) SHEGOG, Terkeler (1985) SHEPARD, DeVone (1984) SHULER, Sarah (1990) SIMONEAUX, Annie (2011-12, 2015-16) SIMPSON, Anne (2003) SLYTHE, Christine (1985) SMITH, Carlette (1985) SMITH, Ronetta (2001-02) SMITH, Sandra (2003) SOMMERSET, Patsy (1984) SOWELL, Dawn (1989) SPENCER, Keisha (1999-2000) STANLEY, Tananjalyn (1987-90) STARK, Jennifer (2007) STAUBER, Ruby (2017) STOKES, Samia (2010-12) STOWERS, Jasmin (2011-14) STRID, Camilla (1989-91) STROMAN, LaTarsha (1994-97) STRUNZ, Susanne (1999-2000, 2002) SYLVESTER, Toshika (2011-14) SZMAJDA, Megan (2000-02)

T

TAPLIN, Cheryl (1991-94) TATE, Cassandra (2009-12) THOMAS, Althea (2000-03) THOMAS, LaTavia (2007-10) THOMPSON, Kayann (2008-10) THOMPSON, Mallory (2007-09) THORNTON, Sa’Donna (1997-98, 2000) TONEY, Nicole (2002-04) TRACEY, Nikita (2013-14) TRAPP, Laurie (1989-92) TRUVILLION, Wendy (1983-86) TURNER, Lindsey (2009)

V

VANDIVORT, Erin (2004, 2007-08) VAN LANDINGHAM, Lee Ann (1982-83) VAN NORMAN, Heather (1991-93) VANNESTE, Ann Marie (1992-94) VERNON, Marvalyn (2016-17) VIATOR, Carolyn (1981-83)

W

WALES, Rebekah (2014-17) WALKER, Astia (1996-98) WALKER, Brandy (2002-03) WALKER, Jenna (2013-17) WALKER, Kaitlyn (2017) WALPOLE, Phoebe (1992) WARREN, Youlanda (1991-93, 1995) WEBSTER, Felicia (1989-90) WELBORN, Ashley (2014-17) WELCH, Doren (2013-15) WHITE, Kendra (2012) WHITEHURST, Amelie (2017) WHITLOCK, Amanda (2000) WILDER, Sidnie (2015-17) WILLIAMS, Claudine (1999-2000) WILLIAMS, Devon (2010) WILLIAMS, Kim (2007-10) WILLIAMS, Schowonda (1985-88) WILLIFORD, Theresa (1983-86) WILSON, Cheryl (1985-87) WILSON, Kenyanna (2008-11) WILSON, Nickiesha (2007-08) WOFFORD, Danyel (1985-88) WOODS, Tania (2004)

Y

YBARZABAL, Laruen (2008-10) YON, Shayna (2016-17) YOUNG, Calah (2005) YOUNG, Tammie T. (1987-88, 1990)

Z

ZENO, Amy (1992-93) ZIMMERMAN, Lana (1981-83, 85) ZIRKLE, Christy (2007-08)

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