Bria

Druilhet

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Height: 5'7"
Class: Senior
City/State: Sugar Land, Texas
High School: Stephen F. Austin HS
Major: Psychology
Experience: 2 Letters

Bio

Events: Long Jump (IN: 18-11 ¾; OUT: 19-0/19-0 ¾w), Triple Jump (IN: 40-6; OUT: 40-5 ¾/41-1w)

2017
Posted a seasonal-best mark of 40 feet, 3 1/2 inches in the triple jump at the Commodore Invitational, placing fourth overall in her season opener in the event ... Also jumped 39-7 1/4 for 13th place in the triple jump at the Razorback Invitational held at Arkansas' Randal Tyson Track Center during the indoor season ... Opened her indoor campaign with a seasonal-best mark of 18-1 1/2 for second place in the long jump at the Purple Tiger Invitational ... Later competed in the long jump at the Auburn Invitational and triple jump at the Bayou Bengal Invitational during the indoor season ... Stepped onto the triple jump runway in one meet during the outdoor season at LSU's Battle on the Bayou ... Honored for her academic efforts with a selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second-straight season.

2016
Competed in the triple jump at the SEC Championships during both the indoor and outdoor seasons as a sophomore in 2016 ... Jumped 38-8 1/4 for 19th place overall at the SEC Indoor Championships ... Posted an indoor seasonal best of 39-10 in a sixth-place finish at the Razorback Invitational ... Also competed in the triple jump at the Bayou Bengal Invitational (39-7 3/4), New Mexico Collegiate Classic (38-11 1/2), LSU High Performance Meet (38-10 1/2) and LSU Twilight (38-11 3/4) during the indoor season ... Jumped an indoor seasonal best of 17-11 1/2 in the long jump at the Power Five Conference Clash in Birmingham, Alabama ... Finished 20th in the triple jump at the SEC Outdoor Championships with a wind-aided mark of 38-8 3/4 (+2.7) ... Placed fifth in the triple jump at the LSU Alumni Gold with an all-conditions seasonal best of 39-7 3/4 (+3.9) ... Jumped 38-9 for 10th place at the Texas Invitational and 38-6 1/4 (+2.9) for 11th place at the LSU Invitational ... Soared a seasonal best of 18-7 3/4 (+1.6) for 11th place in the long jump at the Battle on the Bayou ... Also long jumped at the Hurricane Twilight (17-9 1/2), Texas Invitational (17-8 1/4), LSU Alumni Gold (16-10) and LSU Invitational (17-6w) during the outdoor season ... Recognized for her outstanding performance in the classroom once again with a selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll following the season.

2015
Jumped a lifetime personal best of 40-6 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.

PERSONAL
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.

 

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