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#999 Muna Lee
Height: 5'8"
Class: Senior
Experience: 3 Letters
City/State: Kansas City, Mo. ,
High School: Central HS
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Muna Lee Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 08/02/2005

2005 USA Outdoor Championships - 2nd, 100 Meters; 5th, 200 Meters
2005 USA Outdoor Championships - 2nd, 60 Meters
2004 Olympic Games - 7th, 200 Meters
2004 Olympic Trials - 2nd, 200 Meters

Seven-time National Champion
20-time All-American
2004 Mideast Region Women's Athlete of the Year
2003 USTCA Women's Indoor Athlete of the Year
2002 USTCA Women's Athlete of the Year
2002 SEC Women's Indoor Track Athlete of the Year

Finished her career as the most decorated athlete in LSU track and field history, winning seven NCAA titles -- four individual, three relay -- while earning All-America honors on 20 separate occasions ... All-America awards total is just one shy of the school record of 21 held by former Lady Tiger great Esther Jones ... School record holder in both the 60 (7.15) and indoor 200 meters (22.49) ... Also ranks among the top-five all-time in the 100 (11.04) and the outdoor 200 (22.47).

2004
A key contributor in helping the Lady Tigers' to a third straight NCAA Indoor team title ... Capped off an undefeated season in the 60-meter dash with the successful defense of her national title ... Clocked 7.21 in the finals to become just the fourth athlete in NCAA history to win back-to-back titles in the event ... Also earned All-America honors in the 200 meters at that meet, finishing fifth overall (22.87) ... Was an All-SEC selection in both the 60 (7.17) and 200-meter (22.97) dashes during the indoor season, earning runner-up honors in both events at the conference championships ... Time of 7.17 set meet and facility records in the event ...Won the 200 meters at the Armory Invitational, clocking a meet record time of 23.06 ... During the outdoor season, anchored the Lady Tigers to their second consecutive NCAA title in the 4x100-meter relay (42.61) ... Time ranks as the third fastest in collegiate history ... Also anchored LSU to short relay wins at the SEC Championships, the Penn Relays and the Texas Relays ...Individually, finished second in both the 100 (11.12) and the 200-meter (22.55) dashes at the NCAA Championships, earning earn All-America honors in the process ... Won both short sprint titles at the Mideast Regional Championships, clocking season-bests of 11.00w in the 100 and 22.22w in the 200 ... Earned All-SEC honors in the 100 (11.25) and the 200 meters (22.98).

2003
Named the United States Track Coaches Association's Women's Indoor Athlete of the Year ... Was instrumental in the guiding the Lady Tigers to their second straight indoor national title, winning NCAA titles in both the 60 and 200-meter dashes ... Became just the third woman in NCAA history, and the first in nine years, to sweep the short sprints at the indoor championships ... Her NCAA title in the 200 meters marked her second straight in the event ... Won the finals in 22.61, but was most impressive in the prelims, shattering the 21-year collegiate record in the event with a sizzling time of 22.49 ... Went undefeated in the 200 meters during the indoor season, winning seven straight races ... At the SEC Championships, became the first woman in conference history to three-peat in the 200, winning the race in 23.06 ... Also won titles at the Armory Invitational (23.28) and the SEC West Challenge (23.45) ... Set a school record in the prelims of the 60-meter dash at the NCAA Championships (7.15), before winning the finals in 7.17 ... Set a Carl Maddox Fieldhouse record in the event, clocking 7.20 at the Purple Tiger Invitational ... Also won titles at the Gator Invitational (6.80, 55m) and the Armory Invitational (7.25) ... Was an all-SEC selection in the 55-meter dash, finishing second with a time of 6.75 ... Was just as phenomenal during the outdoor season, anchoring the Lady Tigers to a national title in the 4x100-meter relay and earning individual All-America honors in both the 100 and 200-meter dashes ... The Lady Tigers' 4x100 time of 42.55 in the finals of the NCAA Championships set a low altitude collegiate record in the event ... The 4x100 team she anchored throughout the season went undefeated 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) ... Was the runner-up in both the 100 and 200 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, posting times of 11.22 and 22.76, respectively ... Became just the second woman in SEC history to win three straight conference titles in the 100 meters, taking home gold with a time of 11.12 ... Posted a PR time of 11.04 in the event to place second at the Mt. SAC Relays ... Time ranks as the fourth fastest in school history ... Won other 100 meter titles at the NCAA Regionals (11.17w), Texas Relays (10.97w), Penn Relays (11.31) and LSU Tiger Relays (11.34w) ... Twice anchored the Lady Tigers to a collegiate record in the 4x200-meter relay ... Joined with Nadia Davy, Monique Hall and Stephanie Durst to first break the record at the Texas Relay with a time of 1:30.07 ... Then shattered the record just three weeks later, winning the Penn Relays in 1:29.78 ... The Lady Tiger foursome was the first collegiate group to ever clock a sub-1:30.00 time in the event.

2002
Named the 2002 United States Track Coaches Association's Women's Athlete of the Year and the SEC Women's Indoor Track Athlete of the Year ... Led the Lady Tigers to the NCAA Indoor national title winning the 200 meters in a school and SEC-record time of 22.82 ... Her time in the event ranks as the second-fastest in NCAA history ... She is just the third women in LSU history to post a sub-23 second 200-meter time ... Also earned All-America honors at the NCAA Indoor Championships placing third in the 60 meters (7.23) and third as part of the Lady Tigers' 4x400-meter relay team (3:35.13) ... Earned additional All-America accolades at the NCAA Outdoor Championships finishing third in the 100 meters (11.44), fourth in the 200 meters (23.19) and second as the anchor leg on LSU's 4x100-meter relay team (43.28) ... Just as successful at the conference level, she won four SEC titles during her sophomore campaign ... Swept the short sprints at the indoor championships winning both the 60 meters and the 200 meters with times of 7.26 and 22.91, respectively ... Became just the fourth women in LSU history to sweep the short sprint at the conference level ... At the SEC Outdoor Championships she anchored the Lady Tigers to gold in the 4x100-meter relay (43.06), in addition to taking home top honors in the 100 meters (11.19).

2001
Produced one of the greatest seasons ever by an LSU freshman, earning All-America honors four times ... Anchored the Lady Tigers to the NCAA title in the 4x100-meter relay ... One of the top short sprint threats in the nation, she finished second in the 200 and fourth in the 100 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore. ... Her second-place finish in the 200-meter dash was the highest finish ever by an LSU freshman in a short sprint ... Posted top times of 11.13w (11.17 legal) in the 100-meter dash and 22.53w in the 200-meter dash ... Her 200 time was the fastest in the nation in 2001 ... She became only the second freshman in SEC history to sweep the short sprints at the SEC Outdoor Championships, taking both the 100 (11.28) and 200 (23.13) titles ... Became only the second freshman in the 107-year history of the Penn Relays to win the 100-meter dash ... Also anchored LSU to a victory in the 4x100-meter relay and a school record in the 4x200-meter relay (1:31.24) ... During the indoor season, she became the first freshman since Debbie Ferguson of Georgia - a two time Olympian - to win the SEC 200-meter title, as she blew away the field in a time of 23.04ot ... Served notice early in the season with a time of 23.38 at the Gator Invitational, then followed that with an LSU freshman record of 23.17 at the Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville ... Finished fifth in the 200 and ninth in the 60 meters at the NCAA Championships ... Finished fourth in the 60-meter dash at the SEC Championships and posted a top time of 7.30 in 2001.

High School
A two-sport athlete, she earned four letters in track and three letters in basketball ... One of the most sought after recruits in the nation, she ran the second-fastest 100-meter dash time among American juniors in 2000, clocking an amazing 11.36 at the Olympic Trials in Sacramento ... Named the AAU Most Outstanding Athlete in 1999 ... Was also named the Gatorade MVP runner-up in 1998 and 1999 ... A member of the National Honor Society.

 

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