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Lolo Jones Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 06/01/2004

Three-time National Champion
11-time All-American

Finished her career as a three-time national champion and 11-time All-American ... Ranks among the top-three all-time at LSU in both the 60 and 100-meter hurdles.

2004
Helped the Lady Tigers to their third straight NCAA Indoor team title, finishing second in the 60-meter hurdles with a PR-tying time of 8.00 ... Was undefeated in the event until that finish, winning titles at the SEC Championships (8.08), the LSU Twilight (8.10) and the Armory Invitational (8.17) ... Also an NCAA qualifier in the 60-meter dash ... Clocked a season-best time of 7.38 to win the LSU Last Chance meet ... Scored at the SEC Championships, finishing eighth overall with a time of 7.44 ... During the outdoor campaign, ran on the lead leg on the Lady Tigers' national champions 4x100-meter relay squad ... Their time of 42.61 in the finals ranks as the third fastest in collegiate history ... Was also a member of the 4x100 teams that won titles at the SEC Championships (43.15), the Penn Relays (42.92) and the Texas Relays (43.34) ... Individually, earned All-America honors with a fourth-place finish in he 100-meter hurdles at the NCAA Championships ... Time of 12.77 in the finals marked a PR in the event ... Won hurdle titles at the NCAA Mideast Regionals (12.83), the SEC Championships (12.83), the Penn Relays (13.04) and the LSU Alumni Gold (12.97) ... Ran the 200 meters three times during the outdoor season, clocking a season-best time of 23.76 at the LSU Alumni Gold.

2003
Was instrumental in the Lady Tigers' sweep of the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor national titles ... Capped off an undefeated season in the 60-meter hurdles, winning the NCAA title in the event at the NCAA Indoors with a PR of 8.00 ... Time was just .01 second off the school record mark of 7.99 set by Joyce Bates in 2000 ... Became just the fifth woman in SEC history, and the first Lady Tiger, to even win back-to-back hurdle titles at the conference meet, taking the 55-meter title in 7.57 ... Also posted first-place finishes in the hurdles at the Gator Invitational (7.60, 55h), the Armory Invitational (8.33, 60h) and the Bayou Bengal Invitational (8.35, 60h) ... Earned All-America honors in the 60-meter dash during the indoor season, finishing sixth with time of 7.30 ... Posted a PR and the fifth-best time in school history in the event during the prelims (7.29) ... Recorded three first-place finishes in the 60 during the indoor campaign, at the LSU Last Chance Meet (7.32), the SEC West Challenge (7.39) and the LSU Twilight (7.39) ... Finished fifth at the SEC Championships with a time of 7.37 ... Just as successful during the outdoor season, she earned the second individual NCAA title of her career as the third leg on the Lady Tigers' 4x100-meter relay team that clocked a low-altitude collegiate record of 42.55 at the NCAA meet ... The LSU foursome went undefeated in the 4x100 in 2003, winning 11 straight races, including titles at the NCAA Regionals (43.58), SEC Championships (43.22), Texas Relays (42.63) and Penn Relays (42.73) ... Marks at the Texas Relays and the Penn Relays were both new meet records ... Individually, earned All-America honors in the 100-meter hurdles, finishing fifth with a time 13.04 ... Won the Texas Relays with a meet record mark of 12.90w ... Clocked 12.96w during the prelims of the NCAA Regionals ... Competed in the finals at that meet, but did not finish the race after suffering a fall ... Led the Lady Tigers to a 1-2-3 finish in the 100 hurdles at the SEC Championships, winning her second straight conference title in 13.05 ... Became just the fifth woman in SEC history, and the third Lady Tiger, to win back-to-back conference titles in the event ... Also finished first at the Tiger Twilight Classic with a time of 13.22 ... Ran both the 100 and 200-meter dashes once during the outdoor season, clocking times of 11.53 and 23.50, respectively.

2002
Finished second at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.02 ... Clocked a season-best time of 12.84 in the semi-final round of competition ... Again earned All-America honors as member of the Lady Tigers' 4x100-meter relay team that finished second with a time of 43.28 ... The 2002 SEC champion in the 100-meter hurdles (13.01) ... Ran the second leg on LSU's conference champion 4x100 relay team (43.06) ... Helped the Lady Tigers to a national championship during the indoor season, placing fourth in the 60-meter hurdles (8.05) at the indoor meet ... Won the 60-meter hurdles title at the SEC Indoor Championships, clocking 8.21.

2001
Had a tremendous freshman season, becoming the first Lady Tiger true freshman to ever earn indoor All-American honors in the 60-meter hurdles ... Finished seventh in the event at the NCAA Championships ... Came up with a season-best time of 8.25 to place third at the SEC Championships ... During the outdoor season, she narrowly missed becoming the first Lady Tiger to earn All-America honors in both the indoor and outdoor hurdles as a freshman ... Advanced to the semifinal round of the 100-meter hurdles at the NCAA Championships, but finished one spot short of the finals ... Ran a season-best time of 13.17w to win the title at the Longhorn Invitational in Austin ... Despite spending the previous night in the hospital she competed in the prelims of the 100-meter hurdles at the SEC Championships and went on to a second-place finish in the event ... Opened her collegiate career with consecutive indoor victories at the SEC Quadrangular and LSU Purple Tiger Invitational.

High School
Named the Gatorade Midwest Athlete of the Year ... The Iowa state record holder in the 100-meter hurdles (13.4) ... Captured two Drake Relays titles, the first in the 100 meters and the second as a member of the 4x100-meter relay team ... Also lettered one season in basketball ... Attended the same high school as former Lady Tiger national champion hurdler Kim Carson.

 

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