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D'Andre Hill
Position: Sprints
Height: 5'4"
Class: Senior
Experience: 3 Letters
City/State: Cincinnati, Ohio
High School: Mt. Healthy HS
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D’Andre Hill Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 06/23/2006

Olympian (1996)
Two-time World Championships competitor
Six-time NCAA champion
15-time All-American
Six-time SEC champion
1996 NCAA Women’s Track Athlete of the Year
1996 SEC Women’s Outdoor Runner of the Year
1995 SEC Women’s Outdoor Runner of the Year

An Olympian (1996) and two-time World Championships competitor ... Her six NCAA titles (three individual, three relay) tie her with Dawn Sowell for the second-most in Lady Tiger history ... Earned a total of 15 All-America honors ... Compiled six SEC titles (four individual, two relay) ... Still ranks among the LSU’s all-time top 10 in five different events (Indoors – 55 meter, 60 meters, 200 meters; Outdoors – 100 meters, 200 meters).

SENIOR SEASON (1996)
Notched five All-America honors for the third straight season ... Claimed victory in the 55 meters (6.69) at the NCAA Indoor Championships ... Notched two more NCAA titles at the outdoor national meet, winning the 100 meters (11.03) and 4x100 relay (43.03) ... Led the Lady Tigers to a SEC Indoor title, taking home individual victories in the 60 meters (7.21) and 200 meters (23.42) ... Her domination of the SEC continued at the outdoor conference championships where she helped the Lady Tigers to a second team title by posting victories in the 100 meters (11.19) and 4x100 relay (43.19) ... Following the collegiate season, earned a spot on the United States’ Olympic Team, competing in the 100 meters.

JUNIOR SEASON (1995)
Earned five All-America honors for the second consecutive season ... Capped the year with a sensational effort at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, winning the 100 meters (11.11), anchoring the Lady Tigers to gold in the 4x100-meter relay (43.10) and placing sixth in the 200 meters (23.28) ... Was named the SEC’s Outstanding Female Track Athlete for the outdoor season after winning the 100 meters (11.10) and helping the Lady Tigers to the conference title in the 4x100 relay ... 100 time was the fastest in the SEC in 1995 and ranked as the fourth fastest in Lady Tiger history at the time ... Ran the anchor leg on the 4x100 relay teams that posted victories at the Alabama Relays (44.36), Sun Angel Classic (44.10), UTEP Invite (43.95), LSU Alumni Gold Relays (43.54) and the Penn Relays (43.99) ... Ran on the 4x200-meter relay teams that notched victories at the Sun Angel Classic (1:32.65) and the Penn Relays (1:32.61) ... Picked up individual wins in the 100 meters at the Sun Angel Classic (11.24) and the UTEP Invite (11.17) ... During the indoor season, earned a pair of All-America honors at the NCAA Championships, finishing fourth in the 55 meters (6.80) and sixth in the 200 meters (23.79) ... Ran seasonal bests in both the 55 (6.79) and 200 (23.64) during the prelims of the national meet ... SEC champion in the 55 meters (6.84) ... Also won 55-meter titles at the Patriot Games (6.89) and the LSU Last Ditch Effort (6.91) ... Picked up the 200-meter title at the Patriot Games (24.20) and finished fourth in the event at the SEC Indoor Championships (23.91).

SOPHOMORE SEASON (1994)
Burst onto the scene to earn five All-America honors as a sophomore ... Picked up three All-America accolades at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Ran the second leg on the Lady Tigers national champion 4x100-meter relay team ... Also finished third in both the 100 (11.33) and 200 (22.86w) meters ... Ran a season-best 11.12 in the semifinals of the 100 meters at the NCAA meet ... Earned runner-up honors in the 100 at the SEC Outdoor Championships (11.23) ... Finished fourth in the 200 meters (23.08) ... Ran a personal-best 22.99 in the prelims of the conference meet ... Earned runner-up finishes in the 100 at the Alabama Relays (11.68), Texas Relays (11.20w), UTEP Invite (11.34) and Penn Relays (11.32) ... Earned another two All-America honors at the NCAA Indoor Championships, finishing seventh in the 55 meters (6.92) and eighth in the 200 meters (24.10) ... Ran the fastest 200-meter time of the season in the prelims (23.97) ... Finished third in the 55 meters (6.88) and fourth in the 200 meters (24.16) at the SEC Indoor Championships ... Ran a season-best 6.80 in the 55 semis at the indoor conference meet ... Recorded a pair of victories in the 55 (7.01) and 200 (24.62) at the Holiday Inn Classic ... Did not finish lower than fourth in any race in 1994.

FRESHMAN SEASON (1993)
Did not compete as a freshman.

PREP CAREER
A three-time state champion in Ohio ... Won two 100-meter titles and one 200-meter crown ... Injured during her senior prep season ... Best mark of 11.77 in the 100 meters during the 1990 season ranked No. 1 among high school juniors and No. 8 nationally ... 200-meter time of 24.25 was fourth among high school juniors and 10th nationally that same year ... Runner-up in the 100 meters at the TAC Junior Olympics in 1990 ... Also ran on the 4x100 relay team that finished third at that meet ... In 1989, earned runner-up honors in both the 100 and 200 meters at the TAC Junior Olympics.

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