USTFCCCA Rankings – May 25, 2021

Baton Rouge, La.  –  The NCAA postseason is upon the LSU track and field program and both the women’s and men’s teams remain as the No. 1 ranked team in the nation according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association ratings index that was released on Tuesday.

by Aaron Hyder | Assistant Communications Director
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USTFCCCA Rankings – May 25, 2021

Baton Rouge, La.  –  The NCAA postseason is upon the LSU track and field program and both the women’s and men’s teams remain as the No. 1 ranked team in the nation according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association ratings index that was released on Tuesday.

LSU has 26 marks, including eight NCAA leads, that rank inside the top 10 of the NCAA descending order lists. In order to score at the NCAA championship meet, an athlete must finish in the top eight of her or his event. This marks the ninth straight week that the LSU women have been ranked No. 1 in the nation, and for the men it’s the eighth time in the last nine weeks.

The NCAA East Preliminaries begin on Wednesday and run through Saturday in Jacksonville, Florida.

All of LSU’s national marks can be viewed below.

LSU Nationally Ranked Athletes
JuVaughn Harrison – No. 1 – High Jump (7′ 8.75″/2.36 meters)
JuVaughn Harrison – No. 1 – Long Jump (27′ 8.75″/8.44 meters)
Terrance Laird – No. 1 – 100 Meter Dash (9.80w)
Terrance Laird – No. 1 – 200 Meter Dash (19.81)
Favour Ofili – No. 1 – 200 Meter Dash (22.30w)
Noah Williams – No. 1 – 400 Meter Dash (44.30)
Tonea Marshall – No. 1 – 100 Meter Hurdles (12.52)
Women’s 4×100 Meter Relay – No. 1 – 42.52
Men’s 4×100 Meter Relay – No. 2 – 38.58
Men’s 4×400 Meter Relay – No. 2 – 3:01.00
Lisa Gunnarsson – No. 2 – Pole Vault (14′ 9″/4.50 meters)
Symone Mason – No. 2 – 100 Meter Dash (11.02)
Damion Thomas – No. 2 – 110 Meter Hurdles (13.22)
Sean Burrell – No. 2 – 400 Meter Hurdles (48.92)
Abigail O’Donoghue – No. 3 – High Jump (6′ 2.25″/1.89 meters)
Eric Edwards Jr. – No. 4 – 110 Meter Hurdles (13.27w)
Brittley Humphrey – No. 4 – 400 Meter Hurdles (56.14)
Milan Young – No. 5 – 400 Meter Hurdles (56.54)
Rayvon Grey – No. 5 – Long Jump (26′ 7.75″/8.12mw)
Jake Norris – No. 6 – Hammer Throw (237′ 3″/72.31 meters)
Jurnee Woodward – No. 7 – 400 Meter Hurdles (56.64)
Aliyah Whisby – No. 8 – Long Jump (21′ 10″/6.65 meters)
Women’s 4×400 Meter Relay – No. 8 – 3:29.01
Alia Armstrong – No. 9 – 100 Meter Hurdles (12.85)
Jon Nerdal – No. 9 – Hammer throw (232′ 8″/70.92 meters)
Emma Robbins – No. 9 – Hammer Throw (220′ 4″/67.17 meters)

Outdoor Season Rankings
March 29 – Women (#1), Men (#1)
April 5 – Women (#1), Men (#2)
April 12 – Women (#1), Men (#1)
April 19 – Women (#1), Men (#1)
April 26 – Women (#1), Men (#1)
May 3 – Women (#1), Men (#1)
May 10 – Women (#1), Men (#1)
May 17 – Women (#1), Men (#1)
May 25 – Women (#1), Men (#1)