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Position
Sprints
Height
5'3
Class
Sophomore
Hometown
Ughelli, Nigeria
High School
Unenurhie Secondary School
Experience
1L
Indoor Class
Sophomore

Ella Onojuvwevwo’s TFRRS profile (for top performances and meet results)

2x USTFCCCA Second Team All-American

LSU All-Time Top 10 Performance List
No. 1: Indoor Distance Medley Relay (10:56.41, 2023 Alex Wilson Invitational)
No. 9: Indoor 400 Meters (52.72aa, 2023 New Mexico Collegiate Classic)

2023 OUTDOOR (FRESHMAN)
Racked up another USTFCCCA Second Team All-American honor for helping the 4×400-meter relay team to a 15th-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships… qualified for the NCAA East Preliminaries in both the 400-meter dash and the 4×400… set a huge PR of 51.85 at the SEC Outdoor Championships to take 11th, also helped her team to a seventh-place finish in the 4×400… set a 200 meter personal-best time of 23.35 seconds at the Tome Jones Memorial Invite… opened the season with a first-place finish with the 4×400 team at the Hurricane Invitational… also, took first in the 4×400 at the LSU Battle on the Bayou… finished first in the 400 at the LSU Lloyd Wills Invitational with a time of 52.52 seconds… USTFCCCA Second Team All-American (4×400).

2023 INDOOR (FRESHMAN)
Helped the LSU 4×400-meter relay team to an 11th-place finish at the NCAA Indoor Championships, earning Onojuvwevwo Second Team All-American honors… one leg of the women’s DMR record setting team that went 10:56.41 to take fourth in a loaded Alex Wilson Invitational field… finished in 13th for the 400 meter at the SEC Indoor Championships with a time of 53.13 seconds… clocked the ninth-fastest 400-emter time in LSU indoor performance list history with 52.61@ (adjusts to 52.72 with altitude) at the New Mexico Collegiate classic… opened up her collegiate career with a second-place finish in the 400 at the Red Raider Open… in her lone 200-meter race of the season, went 24.15 at the Red Raider Open to take 13th…. USTFCCCA Second Team All-American (4×400).

PRIOR TO LSU – Unenurhie Secondary School
Comes to LSU as a specialist in the 400 for Nigeria… a two-time World U20 Champion in the 4×400-meter relay… an African Championships silver medalist in the 4×400-meter relay mixed… has a sixth-place finish in the 4×400 at the Common Wealth games… part of the African U20 record-holding 4×400-miexed relay team that went 3:19.70 in 2022, rank fourth on the world U20 all-time list… heading to LSU, holds a personal-best time of 52.59 seconds in the 400 from 2022 and 2:20.55 in the 800 from 2019.

PERSONAL
Born on March 25, 2005, in Ughelli, Nigeria… daughter of Blessing Emehi Onojuvwevwo and Monica Emehi… has six siblings – Eloho, Favour, Jason, Moses, Progress, and Stephanie… pursuing interdisciplinary studies at LSU.

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