Events: Long Jump (IN: 18-11 ¾; OUT: 19-0/19-0 ¾w), Triple Jump (IN: 40-6; OUT: 40-5 ¾/41-1w)
Jumped a lifetime personal best of 40 feet, 6 inches in the triple jump in her debut season with the Lady Tigers in 2015 … Posted her career-best jump of 40-6 in a 10th-place finish in the triple jump competition at the New Mexico Classic during the 2015 indoor season … Competed in both the long jump and triple jump at the SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships held at Kentucky’s Nutter Field House … Posted marks of 18-5 for 18th place in the long jump and 39-1 ¾ for 19th place in the triple jump in her SEC debut as a Lady Tiger … Also eclipsed the 40-foot mark in the triple jump indoors with a jump of 40-0 for third place at the LSU Twilight … Also competed in the triple jump at the LSU Invitational (37-10), Rod McCravy Memorial (38-8 ¼), Razorback Invitational (39-0 ½) and LSU High Performance Meet (38-6 ¼) during the indoor season … Jumped an indoor personal best of 18-11 ¾ in a sixth-place finish in the long jump at the Razorback Invitational … Opened her debut season outdoors by winning the triple jump title at the Louisiana Classics in Lafayette with a season-opening mark of 38-9 ½ (-0.9) … Jumped a seasonal-best all conditions mark with a windy 40-4 ¾ (+3.6) in a third-place finish at LSU’s Battle on the Bayou … Followed with a third-place finish at Arizona’s Jim Click Shootout with a mark of 39-3 … Placed 16th in the triple jump at the SEC Outdoor Championships in Starkville, Mississippi, with a series-best mark of 39-5 ¼ … Also competed in the triple jump at the LSU Alumni Gold (39-9 ¾) and LSU Invitational (39-2 ¼) during the outdoor season … Recognized for her performance in the classroom by picking up All-Academic honors from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association and earning a selection to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the top triple jump prospects in the United States for the Class of 2014 … Wrapped up her prep career at Stephen F. Austin High School by winning the Texas Class 5A bronze medal in the triple jump while jumping a wind-legal personal best of 40-5 ¾ in the state final at the 2014 University Interscholastic League Class 5A Outdoor State Track & Field Championships held at Mike A. Myers Stadium at the University of Texas … … Soared to a wind-aided mark of 40-11 ½ to win the Class 5A state championship in the triple jump to highlight her junior season in 2013 … Jumped a winning wind-aided mark of 40-11 ½ (+2.3) in the fifth round after also jumping a wind-aided 40-8 ¼ (+2.7) in the second round at the 2013 state meet … Also earned fifth place in the long jump at the Class 5A state meet in 2013 with a career-best wind-aided mark of 19-0 ¾ … Recorded a personal-best wind-aided mark of 41-1 in winning the triple jump title in a regular-season meet hosted by Cypress Springs High School during the 2013 season … Ended the 2013 outdoor season as the No. 10-ranked prep triple jumper nationally under all conditions and No. 5-ranked member of the Class of 2014 with her wind-aided best of 41-1 … Also captured the girls’ triple jump title at the 2013 Texas Relays with a winning wind-aided mark of 40-7 ¾ (+2.8) during the competition … Set her wind-legal PR of 40-5 ½ in her series at the 2013 Texas Relays for the No. 17-ranked performance at the high school level in the United States during her junior season … Was also the nation’s No. 7-ranked triple jumper with a wind-legal mark at the prep level among the Class of 2014 … Finished runner-up in her title defense at the Texas Relays as a senior in 2014 when she posted a series-best wind-aided mark of 40-11 ¾ on her sixth and final attempt of the competition … Also posted a seasonal-best wind-legal mark of 40-4 ¾ in the fifth round at the 2014 Texas Relays … Swept District 23-5A (38-10) and Region 3-5A (40-0 ¾w) in the triple jump during her junior season in 2013 … Also won the District 23-5A (18-3) and Region 3-5A (19-0) silver medals during the 2013 season … Mark of 19-0 at the 2013 regional meet set a wind-legal PR in the long jump … Crowned the young women’s gold medalist in the triple jump with a winning seasonal-best mark of 39-1 ¾ (+1.1) at the 2012 USA Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships to highlight her sophomore season … The 2012 USA Youth Outdoor Championships was held in Arlington, Texas … Earned back-to-back sixth-place finishes in the triple jump at the UIL Class 5A Outdoor State Championships as a freshman in 2011 and as a sophomore in 2012 … Also swept triple jump titles at the District 23-5A and Region 3-5A meets in the state of Texas during her freshman season in 2011.
Full name is Bria Nachell Druilhet … Born on Nov. 11, 1995 … Parents are Anthony Druilhet, Sr., and Rachella Ozan Druilhet … Stepmother is Toni Druilhet … Has four older brothers, Anthony Druilhet, Jr., Michael Frank, Jr., Jarayle Williams and Jamayle Williams … Father was a three-year letterwinner as a member of the LSU Track & Field program from 1985-87 … An honor student during her prep career at Stephen F. Austin High School while maintaining a 3.5 grade-point average … Majoring in psychology.