Ran in SEC Championships for the third consecutive year, clocking 27:20.18 and finishing 104th … Competed in the NCAA South Central Regional for the second time in his collegiate career, marking a personal-best 10K of 33:24.2 for a 98th-place finish … Ran in the Mountain Dew Invitational where he clocked 27:18.44 for a 99th-place finish … Placed 16th at the McNeese Stampede, timing 20:51.48 … Ran a 27:06.9 at the Chile Pepper Festival … Posted a 28:13.11 at the Crimson Classic.
Enjoyed a solid sophomore campaign … Opened up the season with nearly a one-minute improvement than his previous season debut, clocking a 26:53.47 in the 8k at the Commodore Classic for 104th place … Bested his previous 8k time at the SEC Championships by nearly one minute, clocking a 26:52.35 for 102nd place overall … Ran 21:49.0 in the four mile at the McNeese Stampede … Competed in his first career 10k at the Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark., clocking 33:50.0 for 160th place.
The team’s most consistent freshman performer, finishing with three top-35 finishes … Made his collegiate debut at the MSU Invitational 8k, where he clocked a 27:38.95 for 27th place … Clocked 29:46.9 in the 8k at the LSU Invitational for 34th place … Clocked a 20:57.0 in his first collegiate four-mile race at the McNeese Stampede, finishing the event in 21st place overall … His best 8k time came at the SEC Championships, clocking a 27:38.24 for 86th place in the event … Competed in the NCAA South Central Regional for the first time in his career while finishing in 98th place with a 10k time of 34:37.6.
Did not compete in 2010.
PRIOR TO LSU
A member of the cross country and track and field teams at Mandeville High School for four years under head coach Gerald Singer … Led his high school team to the metro cross country championship in 2009 … Also guided the team to a third-place finish at the Class 5A state cross country championships in 2009 … Was the District 7-5A runner-up in cross country and 3,200 meters during the 2009 season … Was also the Class 5A bronze medalist at the state cross country championships in 2009 … Finished his high school career as the school-record holder in the indoor 3,200 meters with a best time of 10:04 … Also recorded personal-best times of 4:35 in the 1,600 meters, 9:57 in the 3,000 meters and 15:43 in the three mile during his career at Mandeville High School.
Full name is Bryan Matthew Mutell … Born on April 9, 1992 … Parents are Dennis and Karen Mutell … Has one younger brother named Nicholas … An honor student at Mandeville High School … Graduated in the top 5 percent of his senior class while maintaining a weighted 4.6 grade-point average … A member of the honor roll for a total of eight semesters during his prep career … Majoring in business.