|City/State:||San Antonio, Texas|
|High School:||Converse Judson HS|
Events: 60H (8.24), 100H (12.93w/13.21)
Was a three-time participant in the 100-meter hurdles at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships during her collegiate career at LSU ... Nearly earned All-America honors in 2007 with a 12th-place finish in the event at the national meet ... Also ran the 100 hurdles at the NCAA Championships in 2006 and 2008 ... Competed in the 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor meet in 2007, finishing the meet in 13th place ... Helped the Lady Tigers win back-to-back SEC Outdoor titles in 2007 and 2008 by finishing seventh and fifth, respectively, in the 100-meter hurdles at the SEC Outdoor Championships ... Finished her career ranked No. 9 on LSU’s all-time indoor performance list with a personal-best time of 8.24 ... Also finished with a personal best of 13.21 in the 100 hurdles.
Was an NCAA Championships qualifier in the 100-meter hurdles during her senior season ... Advanced to the semifinal round at the national meet where she was disqualified ... Was 16th in the preliminary round after clocking a time of 13.40 ... Qualified automatically to compete at the NCAA Championships following her fourth-place finish at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships ... Clocked a career-best wind-aided time of 12.93 in the regional final ... Scored four points for the Lady Tigers with a fifth-place finish in the event at the SEC Outdoor Championships, crossing the finish line with a wind-aided time of 13.42 ... Helped the Lady Tigers defend their SEC Outdoor crown at the conference meet in Auburn, Ala. ... Kicked off the outdoor season by winning the 100 hurdles at the Willie Williams Classic, clocking a time of 13.43 ... Also lined up in the event at the LSU Tiger Relays (13.40), Texas Relays (13.63), LSU Alumni Gold (13.27) and Penn Relays (13.46) ... Ran on the foursome that set a new collegiate record in the shuttle hurdle relay at the 114th Penn Relays ... Teamed with Tenaya Jones, Jessica Ohanaja and Nickiesha Wilson to clock a time of 52.77 to take home the prestigious Championship of America title in the event ... Did not compete during the indoor season.
Earned her second career trip to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Sacramento where she competed in the 100-meter hurdles ... Finished 12th in the event at the national meet ... Punched her at-large ticket to Sacramento after clocking a new personal best wind-legal time of 13.21 at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships ... Helped the Lady Tigers to their first SEC Outdoor title since 1996 with a seventh place finish in the 100 hurdles at the conference meet ... Won the event title at the LSU Tiger Classic (13.23) ... Ran on the foursome that finished second in the shuttle hurdle relay at the 113th Penn Relays ... Made her first career appearance in the 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. ... Finished 13th in the event at the NCAA meet ... Clocked a new personal-best time of 8.24 in the 60 hurdles at the LSU NCAA Indoor Qualifier, moving her into the No. 9 spot on the school’s all-time indoor performance list ... Finished 10th in the event at the SEC Indoor Championships ... Earned third-place finishes in the 60 hurdles at the Purple Tiger Classic (8.33) and Lobo Invitational (8.29) ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for her outstanding performance in the classroom.
Earned a trip to the NCAA Championships in the 100-meter hurdles with a runner-up finish at the NCAA Mideast Regional, clocking a time of 13.28 in the final heat ... Ran a wind-aided time of 13.04 to win her preliminary heat at the NCAA Mideast Regional and earn a spot in the event finals ... Narrowly missed earning all-conference honors in the 100-meter hurdles as she clocked a personal-best time of 13.14 to finish in fourth place at the SEC Outdoor Championships ... Took second place in the event at the Tiger Classic with a wind-aided time of 13.65, while also finishing in third place at the LSU Tiger Relays after running a wind-aided time of 14.16 ... Competed in the 60-meter hurdles during the indoor season, clocking a seasonal best of 8.49 to finish third in her preliminary heat at the Bayou Bengal Invitational ... Finished third at the meet with a time of 8.58 in the event finals ... Also posted third-place finishes at both the Purple Tiger Invitational (8.64) and LSU Invitational (8.54) ... Finished fourth at the LSU Twilight with a time of 8.66 ... Competed in the 60 meters in just two meets during the indoor season ... Finished 12th at the SEC Championships in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.25.
Was an NCAA regional qualifier in the 100-meter hurdles ... Clocked a seasonal best of 13.62 at the SEC Championships ... Had other top times of 13.76w at the LSU Alumni Gold and 13.96 at the Sun Angel Classic ... Ran the 60-meter hurdles during the indoor season ... Won the Bayou Bengal Invitational with a personal-best time of 8.47 ... Just missed scoring at the SEC Indoor Championships, placing ninth overall with a time of 8.58 ... Also ran the 60-meter dash at two meets ... Top time of the season was 7.77 at the Holiday Inn Team Invitational.
PRIOR TO LSU
Attended the University of Texas in Austin in 2004 ... Did not compete during the outdoor season ... Four-year letterwinner at Converse Judson High School in San Antonio, Texas ... Led the Rockets to regional and district titles all four years, in addition to qualifying for the Texas 5A state championships each season ... Was the state runner-up in the 100 hurdles as a senior (13.68) ... Won the district and state titles in the 100 hurdles as a junior ... Earned All-America honors in the 100 hurdles in 2002 ... Holds Judson school records in the 100 hurdles (13.31), 100 meters (11.53), 4x100 relay (45.3) and 4x200 relay (1:38.7) ... Also holds regional, district and city record in the 100 hurdles.
Full name is Angel Laronda Boyd ... Born on Feb. 25, 1985 ... Daughter of Vince and Martha Ann Boyd ... Father, Vince, played football at Troy State ... Has three older siblings named Rodney, Myron and Vinston.