Aleia Hobbs Season 2024
Events: 60m (7.07), 100m (10.85), 200m (22.93)
Collegiate Record Holder (60 Meters – 7.07)
Low-Altitude Collegiate Record Holder (100 Meters – 10.85)
Collegiate Record Holder (4×100 Relay – 42.05)
3x NCAA Champion (2018 60 Meters, 2018 100 Meters, 2018 4×1)
5x SEC Champion
2018 Corbett Award Recipient
2018 USATF 100 Meter Dash Champion
2018 Semifinalist for The Bowerman
2018 USTFCCCA Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year
2018 USTFCCCA South Central Region Runner of the Year
2017 Bowerman Award Women’s Watch List
2017 SEC Women’s Outdoor Runner of the Year
2017 USTFCCCA South Central Region Women’s Track Athlete of the Year
2017 USTFCCCA Division I Women’s National Athlete of the Week (April 11, May 2)
2017 SEC Women’s Runner of the Week (April 11, April 18, April 25)
2017 HERO Sports NCAA NCAA Division I Women’s HERO of the Week (April 17)
2015 Pan Am Junior Champion (4×100 Relay)
2015 Pan Am Junior Silver Medalist (100 Meters)
LSU Top 10 Marks
No. 1 – 60 meters – 7.07
No. 1 – 4x100m relay – 42.05
No. 2 – 100 meters – 10.85
2018 OUTDOOR (SENIOR)
Claimed a national title as the anchor leg of the 4×100 meter relay with a time of 42.25 at the NCAA Championships … anchored the collegiate record setting 4×100 meter relay squad that ran a time of 42.05 at the SEC Championships to claim gold … anchored the 4×100 meter relay that set an NCAA Championships meet record (42.09) in the prelims … claimed individual NCAA title in the 100 meters with a time of 11.01 into a headwind, the fastest time to ever be run into a headwind in NCAA history … set meet record at the SEC Championships in the 100 meter dash to claim gold with a time of 10.92 … went 15-0 in her primary events (100 meters and 4x100m relay) … helped LSU run six of the eight fastest 4×100 meter relay times in NCAA history over the past two seasons, three of which were clocked in 2018 … owns five of the eight fastest wind-legal 100 meter dashes in NCAA history, four of which were ran in 2018 … season best of 10.90 came at the NCAA East Preliminaries … won 100 meter dash titles at the Texas Relays (10.86w), LSU Invitational (11.06), SEC Championships (10.92) and NCAA Championships (11.01) … set a personal best of 22.93 in the 200 meters at the Miami Hurricane Invitational to place third … served as the anchor leg for the 4×100 meter relay that went a perfect 10-0 and clocked six of the top eight times in NCAA history in 2018.
2018 INDOOR (SENIOR)
Claimed the first NCAA title of her career in the 60 meters with a collegiate and LSU record of 7.07 to take gold … finished second at the SEC Championships in the 60 meter dash with a readout of 7.14 … won 60 meter titles at the Purple Tiger Invitational (7.27), Larry Wieczorek Invitational (7.14), Tyson Invitational (7.12) and NCAA Championships (7.07) … took fourth in the 200 meter dash at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational with a season best of 23.90.
Enjoyed one of the most prolific seasons by a sprinter in the history of the LSU Track & Field program … Became the low-altitude collegiate-record holder in the women’s 100-meter dash when she won the event at the inaugural SEC Relays with a wind-legal personal best of 10.85 seconds (+2.0) … Moved into the No. 2 spot on the NCAA’s all-time list while trailing only the collegiate record of 10.78 run at altitude by former LSU sprinter Dawn Sowell at the 1989 NCAA Championships held in Provo, Utah … Also anchored LSU to a collegiate-record-tying 42.12 to win the 4×100-meter relay at the SEC Relays held April 29 at LSU’s Bernie Moore Track Stadium … Honored as the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division I Women’s National Athlete of the Week and SEC Women’s Runner of the Week following her performance at the SEC Relays … Carried that momentum into the championship season as she was crowned the SEC Champion in the 100-meter dash while also anchoring the Lady Tigers to the SEC title in the 4×100 relay at the SEC Outdoor Track & Field Championships held in Columbia, South Carolina … Followed a wind-legal 11.02 (+1.7) in the qualifying round with a winning 11.12 (+0.9) in the 100-meter final at the SEC Championships … Anchored LSU’s sprint relay team featuring Mikiah Brisco, Kortnei Johnson and Jada Martin to an SEC-title-winning 42.56 at the conference meet … Closed out the collegiate season by earning her second career All-America honor in the 100 meters as the fifth-place finisher nationally at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships … Matched her SEC-winning 11.12 in the national final when she crossed the finish line in fifth place to score four points for the Lady Tigers … Advanced to the NCAA final in the event after running 11.10 (+1.4) in the first round of qualifying and 11.32 (-1.0) in the quarterfinals at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds and 11.28 (-1.4) in the semifinal round at the NCAA Outdoor Championships … Also won 100-meter titles at the Battle on the Bayou (11.07) and LSU Alumni Gold (11.06w) … Added a seventh-place finish in the 100 meters at the Mt. SAC Relays with a time of 11.07 (+2.0) … Anchored LSU to three of the four fastest times in the 4×100-meter relay in NCAA history as she also helped the Lady Tigers run 42.14 at the Mt. SAC Relays and 42.32 at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds … Honored as the SEC Women’s Outdoor Runner of the Year and USTFCCCA South Central Region Women’s Track Athlete of the Year for her performance in 2017 … Named to the Bowerman Award Women’s Watch List during the outdoor season … Also named the SEC Women’s Runner of the Week in three-straight weeks during the outdoor season as she was also recognized on April 11 and April 18 before her performance at the SEC Relays … Crowned the SEC Champion in the 60-meter dash during the indoor season when she sprinted to her personal-best time of 7.18 in the final at the SEC Indoor Championships … Moved into a tie for the No. 5 spot on LSU’s indoor performance list with her winning PR of 7.18 at the SEC meet … Just missed earning a spot in her first NCAA final in the event with a ninth-place finish in qualifying at the NCAA Indoor Championships in College Station, Texas … Clocked 7.26 in NCAA qualifying … Won the 60-meter title in each of her first two appearances of the season at the Commodore Invitational (7.25) and Auburn Invitational (7.29) … Later placed second at the LSU Twilight meet with a time of 7.28 and third at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic with a time of 7.31.
Limited by injury throughout the 2016 season … An NCAA quarterfinalist in the 100-meter dash during the outdoor season after running a seasonal-best wind-legal time of 11.34 (+0.7) in the first round of qualifying at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds … Clocked 11.64 (+1.1) in the national quarterfinals to place 20th overall in the meet held in Jacksonville, Florida … Placed 12th in 100-meter qualifying at the SEC Outdoor Championships with a wind-legal time of 11.52 (+0.8) … Finished ninth at the Texas Invitational (11.51) in her outdoor debut and seventh at the LSU Alumni Gold (11.34w) … Anchored the Lady Tigers to wins in the 4×100-meter relay at the LSU Alumni Gold (43.36) and LSU Invitational (43.20) … Also ran the second leg on sprint relays that finished second at the Texas Invitational with a time of 44.56 and third at the Battle on the Bayou with a time of 44.17 … Ran an indoor seasonal best of 7.40 in the 60-meter dash three times in the prelims at the Tyson Invitational and both the prelims and final at the LSU Twilight … Was the 12th-place finisher in 60-meter qualifying at the SEC Indoor Championships with a run of 7.42 … Opened the season by placing ninth at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic with an altitude-adjusted time of 7.50.
Emerged as one of the NCAA’s elite sprinters in her debut seasons with the Lady Tigers in 2015 … Enjoyed one of the most decorated freshman seasons for a Lady Tiger in recent memory … Twice an All-American during the outdoor season as a national finalist in both the 100-meter dash and 4×100-meter relay … Earned her first career All-America honor as the second leg of LSU’s 4×100-meter relay team that clocked 43.69 seconds for a fifth-place finish nationally in the final … Advanced to the national final of the sprint relay after clocking 43.32 in the semifinal round at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships … Clocked a personal-best time of 11.13 (+2.0) for the sixth-fastest time in the semifinal round to advance to her first career NCAA final in the 100 meters … Followed by clocking a wind-aided 11.16 (+3.1) for an All-American sixth-place finish in the 100-meter final at the NCAA Championships … Advanced to the NCAA semifinals at Oregon’s Hayward Field after clocking 11.41 (-1.4) for third place in the 100 meters and 43.14 for second place in the 4×100 relay in the national quarterfinals at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds … Ran 11.43 (-0.2) in the first round of qualifying in the 100-meter dash at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds held in Jacksonville, Florida … An All-SEC performer in her debut appearance at the SEC Outdoor Championships held at Mississippi State’s Mike Sanders Track Complex … Ran the second leg of LSU’s sprint relay team that turned in an All-SEC third-place finish with a seasonal-best time of 42.80 at the conference meet … Bronze-medal-winning time of 42.80 at the SEC Championships tied for the seventh-fastest time in school history in the 4×100-meter relay … Ran the third-fastest time in the 100-meter prelims at the SEC Outdoor Championships with a wind-legal time of 11.26 (+1.6) … Did not run in the SEC final of the 100 meters … Won the 100-meter title at the LSU Invitational while running 11.39 (-0.5) in LSU’s regular-season finale … Honored as the SEC Women’s Freshman of the Week following her win at the LSU Invitational … Earned a pair of runner-up finishes in the 100 meters at the Battle of the Bayou (11.61) and LSU Alumni Gold (11.40) during the outdoor season … Placed fourth at the Jim Click Shootout (11.60) … Ran the second leg of LSU’s 4×100-meter relay team that won back-to-back titles at the Jim Click Shootout (43.23) and LSU Alumni Gold (43.88) … An NCAA Championships qualifier in the 60-meter dash in her debut season indoors with the Lady Tigers … Struggled to a 15th-place finish in the 60-meter semifinal at the NCAA Indoor Championships while nursing an injury heading into the meet … Clocked 7.68 in the national semifinals … Qualified for the NCAA Championships by running a personal-best and seasonal-best time of 7.29 in a third-place finish at the New Mexico Classic … Suffered an injury after running in the first round of qualifying in the 60 meters at the Tyson Invitational … Did not run again until she lined up in the preliminary round at the SEC Indoor Championships, where she jogged a time of 8.09 for 30th place overall … Kicked off her collegiate career by earning back-to-back runner-up finishes at the LSU Indoor Invitational (7.49) and Auburn Indoor Invitational (7.34) … Placed fourth at the Razorback Invitational (7.33) and eighth at the Rod McCravy Memorial (7.43) … Ran the 200-meter dash three times during the indoor season … Set an indoor PR of 24.40 for 20th place at the New Mexico Classic … Also ran the 200 meters at the Rod McCravy Memorial (24.48) and Razorback Invitational (24.75) … Followed the collegiate season by earning her spot on Team USA for the Pan American Junior Championships held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada … Crowned the USA Junior Silver Medalist in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.38 (+0.6) in the final to earn her spot on Team USA … Ran 11.23 (+1.4) in the preliminary round at the USA Junior Championship held at Oregon’s Hayward Field … Won two medals for the United States at the Pan Am Juniors with a gold medal in the 4×100-meter relay and silver medal in the 100-meter dash.
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the dominant sprinters in the history of high school track and field in the state of Louisiana … Capped her prep career as the 100-meter champion at the 2014 USA Track & Field National Junior Olympics held in Humble, Texas … Clocked a time of 11.77 into a very strong headwind of -1.8 meters per second to win the USATF Junior Olympics gold medal … Also led off New Era Track Club to a gold-medal-winning performance in the 4×100-meter relay at the 2014 USATF National Junior Olympics … A 13-time Louisiana state champion during her prep career at McMain High School … Sprinted to a personal best of 7.49 to win the Division II state title in the 60-meter dash at the Louisiana High School Athletics Association Indoor State Championships held at LSU’s Carl Maddox Field House during her senior season in 2014 … Cracked the Top 10 of the national rankings in the 60 meters in 2014 as the nation’s No. 10-ranked sprinter among all classifications and No. 8-ranked performer in the Class of 2014 with her PR of 7.49 … Continued her momentum into her senior season outdoors in 2014 when she sprinted to a wind-legal personal best of 11.58 (+1.7) to win the 100-meter title at the Sugar Bowl Track & Field Classic at Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans … Set the new Sugar Bowl Classic meet record and was named the Most Outstanding Performer of the Meet after setting her PR of 11.58 … Then dropped her 100-meter PR to 11.49 (+1.2) in defending her Class 3A state title and breaking her own state record at the 2014 LHSAA Outdoor State Championships … Emerged from the state meet as the nation’s No. 5-ranked wind-legal 100-meter sprinter in the United States for the 2014 outdoor season … Also capped her prep career at Eleanor McMain High School by defending her Class 3A state title in the 200 meters (23.86w) and leading off her high school team to a state title in the 4×200-meter relay … Capped her junior season outdoors in 2013 by winning four Class 3A state titles with a sweep of the 100 meters, 200 meters, 4×100 relay and 4×200 relay … Set a previous wind-legal PR and a Class 3A state record with a winning time of 11.68 (+1.8) in the state final in 2013 … Ended the 2013 outdoor season as the nation’s No. 15-ranked sprinter at 100 meters in her graduating class … Defended her Class 3A title in the 200 meters with a winning time of 23.99w in the state final … Followed the high school season in 2013 by competing with New Era Track Club at the USATF National Junior Olympic Championships held in Greensboro, North Carolina … Matched her wind-legal PR with a run of 11.68 (-0.3) to win the young women’s silver medal in the 100-meter dash at the 2013 USATF National Junior Olympics … Also set her wind-legal PR of 23.80 (+1.6) in the first round of qualifying before running 24.17 (-0.5) in the semifinals and 24.23 (-0.6) in the final for a fifth-place finish in the young women’s 200-meter dash … Ended the 2013 outdoor season as the nation’s No. 8-ranked sprinter at 200 meters among members of the Class of 2014 … Also won a silver medal with New Era Track Club in the young women’s 4×100-meter relay with a time of 45.39 in the relay final at the 2013 USATF National Junior Olympics … Also earned a fifth-place finish in the 100-meter final at the 2013 USATF World Youth Track & Field Trials held in Edwardsville, Illinois … Won a silver medal in both the 100 meters (11.75) and 200 meters (24.44) at the 2013 Sugar Bowl Classic at Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans … Took third place in the 100 meters (11.74) at the 2013 Golden West Invitational in Berkley, California … Emerged as one of the nation’s top short sprinters after sweeping 100-meter and 200-meter gold medals in the intermediate girls’ division at the 2012 USATF Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships held in Arlington, Texas … Set 2012 seasonal bests of 11.77 (+1.5) in the 100 meters and 24.19 (+1.0) in the 200 meters at the 2012 USATF Youth Outdoor Championships … Anchored New Era Track Club to the intermediate girls’ silver medal in the 4×100-meter relay … Also competed in both the 100 meters and 200 meters at the AAU Junior Olympic National Championships and AAU Club Nationals during the 2011 and 2012 outdoor seasons … Won the bronze medal in the 100 meters (12.01) at the 2011 AAU Junior Olympics … Set her 2011 seasonal best of 11.75 (+1.5) in the qualifying round of the 100 meters at the 2011 AAU Junior Olympics … Also won the silver medal in the 100 meters (11.83) at the 2011 AAU Club Nationals … Won back-to-back Class 3A state titles in the 100 meters as a freshman in 2011 (11.84w) and as a sophomore in 2012 (11.85) while competing for McMain High School … Also won the Class 3A state crown in the 200 meters with a winning time of 24.75 as a sophomore in 2012 … Captured back-to-back LHSAA Division II state titles in the 55-meter dash with winning times of 6.96 in 2012 and 7.01 in 2013 … Winning time of 6.96 in the state final in 2012 was the No. 14-ranked time nationally among all classes and the No. 2-ranked time among members of the Class of 2014 … Also an all-district and all-metro performer on the basketball court while averaging 17 points per game.
Full name is Aleia Jonquel Hobbs … Born on Feb. 24, 1996 … Parents are Margaret Hobbs and Arthur Mason … Has four sisters, Aireal, Artrevia, DaJasia and Mya, and one brother, AJ … Majoring in pre-human science and education.