Competed in all seven races for the Tigers in the 2017 season … Finished in the Top 65 on four occasions … Earned his best finish to start the season at the New Orleans Invitational (5k), placing 27th at a time of 17:35.01 … Placed 39th at the LSU Invitational (6k) … Notched his final Top 65 performance of the season by finishing in 63rd-place at the Bulldog SEC Preview (8k) … Recorded a finish in 108th-place at 27:29.30 in Athens, Ga. for the SEC Championships (8k) … Concluded his senior year placing 154th at the NCAA South Central Regional (10k), recording a time of 34:44.20.
Opened his junior season by teaming with Jackson Fountain for a 13th-place finish at the McNeese State Relays where they ran 28 minutes, 41 seconds for 8k ... Followed with a 65th-place finish in the Rice Invitational, crossing with a time of 20:29.52 on the 6k course at the Rice Intramural Fields … 18th-place finish at the LSU Invitational marked his best individual finish of the season as he recorded a time of 16:22.40 for 5k at Highland Road Park in Baton Rouge … Finished 93rd at the Texas A&M Invitational with a time of 26:55.02 for 8k … Followed with an appearance at the Crimson Classic ... Finished his junior season with a 103rd-place finish at the SEC Championships with a time of 28:10.00 for 8k at the Agri Park XC Course in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Opened his sophomore year with a top-five performance at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Festival clocking a personal-best 5k time of 16 minutes, 34.0 seconds … Finished 17th at the LSU Invitational … Placed in the Top 125 at the Texas A&M Invitational with a time of 26:42.3 … Set a personal-best 8k time of 26:02.76 at the Chile Pepper Festival … Finished in the Top 130 at the Crimson Classic with a time of 26:55.51.
Finished the season as one of LSU’s top freshmen while competing in six meets … Made his collegiate debut as a Tiger at the LSU Invitational, finishing 13th place with a time of 16:24.45 in the 5k at Highland Road Park … Placed in the Top 30 at the McNeese Cowboy Stampede, clocking 20:59.6 for four miles in a 27th-place finish … Finished in 168th place with a time of 28:08.27 at the Crimson Classic … Competed at the SEC Championships for the first time in his career, placing 107th with a time of 28:11.62 … Finished the season at the NCAA South Central Regional with a time of 32:53 for 122nd place.
PRIOR TO LSU
Standout runner from Episcopal High School who helped his cross country team win the Class 2A state championship four years … Three-time state champion and named to the Class 2A All-State team three times … Broke his high school’s records in the 1,600 meters and 3,200 meters his senior season.
Full name is Bryan Taylor Stamey … Born May 10, 1996 … Parents are Robert Stamey and LaVonne Martin, who both attended LSU … Has one younger sister, Alicia Stamey … A part of the National Honors Society during his prep career at Episcopal High School … Plans to major in computer engineering.