St. David's, Grenada
Previous School
Central Arizona JC
High School
St. David's HS

Major: Psychology
Events: 60H (7.70), 110H (13.52), Heptathlon (5,072), Decathlon (7,550)

3-time All-American

One of the premier hurdlers in the history of LSU track and field … Finished his stellar career as the school record holder in the 60-meter hurdles … Clocked back-to-back times of 7.70 to finish as the national runner-up in the event at the 2007 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships … Shattered the school record of 7.77 previously set by Bert Rareshide in 1996 … Earned outdoor All-America honors in the 110-meter hurdles during his senior season … Placed third in the event at the NCAA Outdoor Championships … Wrapped up his career ranked No. 2 on the school’s all-time outdoor performance list with a personal best of 13.52 … Was a multi-event standout in his first season with the Tigers in 2005 … Received his first career All-America accolade at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 2005 with a seventh-place finish in the decathlon … Recorded the eighth best point total in school history with 7,550 points at the national meet … Broke the collegiate record in the decathlon discus at the NCAA meet with a throw of 174-10 en route to earning All-America status … Finished his LSU career ranked No. 4 in school history in the indoor heptathlon with a personal best total of 5,072 points … Was limited in his performance as a junior due to injury … Won All-SEC honors in the event with a second-place finish at the 2005 NCAA Indoor Championships … at the Also proved to be a standout in the classroom as he was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll three times.

Enjoyed a record setting senior season as the Tigers’ top hurdler in 2007 … Earned a pair of All-America honors in the sprint hurdles during both the indoor and outdoor seasons … Shattered the school record in the 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, clocking back-to-back times of 7.70 to finish as the NCAA runner-up in the event … Eclipsed former LSU standout Bert Rareshide’s 11-year-old mark of 7.77 set in 1996 … Just missed winning all-conference honors in the 60 hurdles by taking fourth place at the SEC Indoor Championships in February … Followed an outstanding indoor season by earning All-America honors during the outdoor campaign with a third-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in June … Clocked a time of 13.59 into a stiff headwind in the national final … Posted a new personal best and the second-fastest time in school history at 13.52 in the national semifinal … Automatically qualified for the NCAA meet with a third-place finish in the sprint hurdles at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships (13.57) … Nearly won All-SEC honors in the event during the outdoor season with a third-place effort at the SEC Outdoor Championships in May … Won event titles in the 110 hurdles at both the LSU Tiger Relays (13.77) and LSU Tiger Classic (13.83) … Displayed his superiority in the classroom as he was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third time in his LSU career.

Saw limited action for the Tigers in 2006 … Competed in just two meets during the indoor season … Earned a sixth-place finish in the shot put at the Purple Tiger Invitational on Jan. 14 with a heave of 49-6 ¼ … Ran the 60-meter hurdles at the New Balance Invitational in February … Followed a fourth-place finish in his preliminary heat with a false start in the finals … Clocked a time of 7.96 in the prelims of the meet … Did not compete during the outdoor season.

Established himself as the Tigers’ top multi-event threat … Earned All-America status in the decathlon, finishing seventh at the NCAA Championships with 7,476 points … Also established a new collegiate record in the decathlon discus throw at the national meet, recording a heave of 174-10 … Was an all-conference selection in the decathlon after finishing second at the SEC Championships with a personal best 7,550 points … Point total is the seventh best in school history … An exceptional performer in both the 110-meter hurdles and the discus, he qualified to the NCAA Regional Championships in both events … Finished third in the hurdles (13.80) at the regional meet but elected not to compete at the NCAA Championships in order to concentrate on the decathlon … Posted a PR in the hurdles at the Penn Relays, clocking 13.68 … Time ranks as the fifth fastest in school history … Competed in the heptathlon and the 60-meter hurdles during the indoor season … Scored for the Tigers in the heptathlon at the SEC Championships, finishing seventh overall with a personal best point total of 5,072 … Scored 5,033 points to finish second at the Razorback Invitational … Won the open 60 hurdles at two different meets, the Purple Tiger Invitational (7.88) and the Holiday Inn Team Invitational (7.92) … Time of 7.88 marks a personal best and ranks as the third-fastest in school history.

Coached by Tony Dougherty and Kurt Van-Hazel at Central Arizona Junior College … Won the javelin and finished second in the discus and 110-meter hurdles at the 2004 NJCAA Championships … The NJCAA Region I record holder in the discus and the hurdles, he won consecutive region titles in both events in 2003 and 2004 … Named the Most Outstanding Athlete at the 2003 Region I Championships … Came to LSU with PRs of 13.89 in the 110-meter hurdles, 186-9 in the discus and 193-2 in the javelin … Discus mark ranks as the third-best all-time at Central Arizona … Attended St. David’s Secondary School in Grenada.

Full name is Alleyne Ramon Lett … Born Jan. 7, 1983 … Son of Jerome and Meredith Lett … Has three siblings, Patrina, Anisha and Anderson.

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