|City/State:||Baton Rouge, La.|
|High School:||Baton Rouge Magnet HS|
Events: 60M (7.17), 60H (8.04), 100M (11.13w/11.24), 100H (13.02w/13.10), 200M (23.52)
3-time SEC Champion
2016 SEC Indoor Cliff Harper Trophy Winner
2016 SEC Women's Indoor Runner of the Year
2015 Pan Am Junior Champion (4x100 Relay)
One of the NCAA's elite performers in both the sprints and hurdles during her sophomore season ... Crowned an NCAA Champion during the outdoor season while leading off the Lady Tigers' 4x100-meter relay that set the Hayward Field stadium record of 42.65 seconds in the national final at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon ... Teamed with Kortnei Johnson, Jada Martin and Rushell Harvey to win LSU's 14th NCAA Outdoor title in the women's 4x100 relay with the 11th-fastest time in collegiate history ... Smashed their previous seasonal-best time of 42.77 while also being crowned SEC Outdoor Champions in the event ... Also ran both the 100-meter dash and 100-meter hurdles at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Earned All-American honors in the 100 meters for the first time in her collegiate career after sprinting to a wind-aided career best of 11.13 (+2.6) in the national final ... Clocked a wind-legal PR of 11.24 (+1.5) in the NCAA semifinal ... An NCAA semifinalist in the 100 hurdles, clocking a wind-legal 13.13 (+1.1) for 14th place overall at the NCAA Championships ... Qualified for the NCAA semifinals after running a wind-aided career best of 13.02 (+2.6) in the 100 hurdles and a wind-legal 11.32 (-0.3) in the 100 meters at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds in Jacksonville, Florida ... Scored five points in the sprint hurdles at the SEC Outdoor Championships after clocking a wind-legal PR of 13.10 (+0.4) in the prelims and 13.11 (+0.7) in the conference final for fourth place overall ... Added an eighth-place finish in the 100-meter final at the SEC Championships with times of 11.34 (+0.8) in the prelims and 11.47 (-0.2) in the final ... Ran the fastest 200 meters of her collegiate career at the Battle on the Bayou with a time of 23.52 (+2.0) for ninth place ... Twice crowned an SEC Indoor Champion after sweeping event titles in the 60 meters and 60 hurdles at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas ... Made history as the first Lady Tiger to ever sweep the 60 meters and 60 hurdles titles at the SEC Indoor Championships ... Clocked winning times of 7.18 in the 60 meters and 8.05 in the 60 hurdles in her sweep of conference titles ... Won the SEC's Cliff Harper Trophy as the top individual point scorer at the SEC Indoor Championships ... Also honored as the SEC Women's Indoor Runner of the Year with her performance at the conference meet ... Went on to earn All-America honors in both events as the NCAA Indoor Bronze Medalist in the 60-meter dash and fifth-place finisher nationally in the 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships held at the Birmingham Crossplex ... Ran personal bests of 7.17 in the 60 meters and 8.04 in the 60 hurdles in both finals at the NCAA Indoor Championships to rank No. 4 and tied for No. 6, respectively, on LSU's all-time indoor performance list in each event ... Also won the 60 meters at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic (7.25) and 60 hurdles at both the Bayou Bengal Invitational (8.38) and LSU Twilight (8.06) during the indoor season ... Followed the collegiate season by running the 100-meter dash at the U.S. Olympic Track & FIeld Trials where she placed 22nd overall with a time of 11.29 (+2.0) in qualifying ... Recognized for her outstanding performance in the classroom with a selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Emerged as one of the top young sprint talents in the NCAA in her debut season with the Lady Tigers in 2015 … A two-time All-American and All-SEC performer as a freshman while running the 60 meters indoors and 100 meters and 4x100-meter relay outdoors … Earned her first career All-America honor with a fifth-place finish in the 60-meter final at the NCAA Indoor Championships held at Arkansas’ Randal Tyson Track Center … Followed a qualifying time of 7.23 for a personal best in the semifinal round with a run of 7.25 in the national final for a fifth-place finish in the 60-meter dash … Scored four points for the Lady Tigers while advancing to her first career NCAA final … Tied as the No. 9-ranked 60-meter sprinter in school history with a personal best of 7.23 at the NCAA Championships … Qualified as the No. 15 seed into the NCAA Championships after running a previous PR of 7.30 in a runner-up finish at the LSU Twilight … Also clocked 7.30 in her collegiate debut in the event to win the 60-meter title at the Auburn Indoor Invitational … Ran 7.34 in her first 60-meter race at the collegiate level in the preliminary round at the Auburn Indoor Invitational … Placed 10th in 60-meter qualifying at the SEC Indoor Championships with a time of 7.35 in the semifinal round … Earned a fourth-place finish at the New Mexico Classic with an altitude-adjusted time of 7.33 … Placed fifth in the event at the Razorback Invitational (7.37) … Also earned a pair of seventh-place finishes in the 60-meter final at the Rod McCravy Memorial (7.33) and Tyson Invitational (7.36) during the indoor season … Won the 60-meter hurdles in her first meet as a Lady Tiger at the LSU Indoor Invitational after clocking 8.46 in the final … Set a personal best of 8.42 in the semifinal round of the 60 hurdles at the Razorback Invitational before finishing in seventh place in the final … Followed with an All-American outdoor season as the anchor leg for LSU’s 4x100-meter relay team … Anchored the Lady Tigers to a fifth-place finish with a run of 43.69 in the national final at the NCAA Outdoor Championships held at Oregon’s Hayward Field … Anchored the team to a runner-up finish at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds in Jacksonville, Florida, with a time of 43.14 and a fourth-place finish in the national semifinal at the NCAA Outdoor Championships with a time of 43.32 en route to the national final … Earned her first career All-SEC honor by anchoring the Lady Tigers to a bronze-medal-winning third-place finish with a seasonal-best time of 42.80 at the SEC Outdoor Championships held at Mississippi State’s Mike Sanders Track Complex … Led off LSU’s 4x100-meter relay team that won the event at the Louisiana Classics with a time of 44.63 in its season opener … Also won back-to-back 4x100-meter relay titles as the anchor leg at the Jim Click Shootout (43.23) and LSU Alumni Gold (43.88) … An NCAA Championships semifinalist in the 100-meter dash in her debut season with the Lady Tigers … Placed 11th nationally in the semifinal round after running a career-best wind-aided time of 11.24 (+3.0) to miss a spot in the final by three places … Advanced to the national semifinals in the event for the first time in her career by clocking 11.44 (-0.2) in the first round and 11.45 (+1.4) in the quarterfinal round at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds … Nearly medaled at the SEC Championships with a fourth-place finish in the 100-meter final with a wind-legal run of 11.36 (+0.9) … Clocked her wind-legal personal best of 11.31 (+1.2) for fifth place overall in the semifinal round at the SEC Championships to advance to her first career conference final … Won the 100-meter title at LSU’s Battle on the Bayou (11.47) … Finished runner-up at both the Jim Click Shootout (11.48w) and LSU Invitational (11.47) … Also earned a third-place finish in the 100-meter final at the LSU Alumni Gold with a time of 11.49 (+0.1) … Followed the collegiate season by winning a gold medal with Team USA’s 4x100-meter relay team at the 2015 Pan American Junior Championships in Edmonton, Ontario, Canada … Earned her spot in Team USA’s sprint relay pool with a fifth-place finish in the 100-meter final at the USA Junior Championships … Honored for her academic efforts with All-Academic honors by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association and a selection to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the most decorated track and field athletes in the history of Louisiana high school athletics … Signed with the Lady Tigers with personal bests of 7.26 in the 60 meters, 11.55 in the 100 meters, 23.85w in the 200 meters, 8.45 in the 60 hurdles and 13.87 in the 100 hurdles … Capped a record-breaking senior season indoors in 2014 by being crowned the New Balance Indoor Nationals Champion in the 60-meter dash after running a meet record and prep personal best of 7.26 in the national final held at The Armory Track & Field Center in New York … Brisco broke the 15-year-old New Balance Indoor Nationals meet record of 7.29 previously set by Alexis Joyce in 1999 … Also tied the 8-year-old high school record at The Armory of 7.26 previously set by U.S. Olympian Bianca Knight in 2006 … Ended the 2014 indoor season as the No. 1-ranked high school sprinter in the United States in the 60-meter dash with her performance … Crowned a USA Track & Field Junior Olympics Champion in the 4x100-meter relay as the third leg for New Era Track Club’s winning team at the 2014 USATF National Junior Olympics in Humble, Texas … Also the fourth-place finisher in the 100-meter hurdles final at the USATF National Junior Olympics in her final prep season … Honored as a member of the American Family Insurance All-USA Girls Track & Field Team and the Gatorade Louisiana Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year following her junior season in 2013 … Stepped onto the international stage during the summer of 2013 while representing the United States at the IAAF World Youth Championships held in Donetsk, Ukraine … Brought home the IAAF World Youth bronze medal as the third-place finisher in the 100-meter hurdles while running a blistering 13.29 (+0.0) over the youth hurdles at 76.2 centimeters … Advanced to the World Youth final after running 13.73 (-0.8) in qualifying and 13.47 (+0.1) in the semifinal round … The catalyst in Baton Rouge Magnet High School winning six team state championships in four seasons during her prep career from 2011-14 … Helped guide the team to Division I indoor state championships in 2011, 2012 and 2014 and Class 5A outdoor state championships in 2011, 2012 and 2013 … Was a 26-time state champion in her events between the indoor and outdoor seasons while competing for Baton Rouge Magnet High School … Raced to personal bests of 7.31 in the 60-meter dash and 8.45 in the 60-meter hurdles in sweeping Division I state titles at the 2014 LHSAA Indoor State Championships to highlight her senior season indoors … Winning times ranked No. 1 nationally in the 60 meters and No. 7 nationally in the 60 hurdles among all classifications for the 2014 indoor season … They also set high school facility records at LSU’s Carl Maddox Field House … Brisco later dropped her PR in the 60 meters with her winning time of 7.26 at the 2014 New Balance Indoor Nationals … Swept Class 5A state titles with personal bests in the 100 meters (11.55), 200 meters (23.85w) and 100 hurdles (13.87) en route to receiving Most Outstanding Performer of the Meet honors at the 2013 LHSAA Outdoor State Track & Field Championships held at LSU’s Bernie Moore Track Stadium … Winning time of 11.55 (+1.2) was the No. 10-ranked time nationally among all classifications and the No. 3-ranked time in the Class of 2014 during the 2013 outdoor season … Winning time of 13.87 in the state final of the 100 hurdles set a new Class 5A state record in the state of Louisiana and ranked No. 11 nationally among hurdlers in the Class of 2014 … In all, swept Class 5A state championships in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 100 hurdles and 4x100-meter relay in four-straight years from 2011-14 … Won Division I indoor state titles in the 55 meters and 4x200 relay in 2011; the 55 meters, 55 hurdles, long jump and 4x200 relay in 2012; the 55 meters in 2013; and the 60 meters, 60 hurdles and long jump in 2014 … Earned her spot on Team USA for the 2013 IAAF World Youth Championships by finishing runner-up in the final of the 100 hurdles at the USA Track & Field World Youth Trials held in Edwardsville, Illinois … Won the bronze medal in the 100 meters and finished in eighth place in the 200 meters in the intermediate girls division at the 2012 USATF National Junior Olympics … Also placed fifth in the 200 meters and eighth in the 100 meters in the intermediate girls division at the 2011 USATF National Junior Olympics … Placed fifth in the 100 meters and ninth in the 100 hurdles in the young women’s division at the 2013 USATF National Junior Olympics … Invited to race in the girls 100-meter dash at the 2013 adidas Grand Prix held at Icahn Stadium in New York, where she finished in ninth place … Named to the All-Louisiana high school track and field team by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Full name is Mikiah Janee Brisco … Born on July 14, 1996 … Parents are Leroy and Pennie Brisco … Has an older sister, Dominique, who is on the track and field team at the University of Houston … An honor student who was a member of BETA Club and the National Honor Society during her time at Baton Rouge Magnet High School … Majoring in business administration.