The LSU women’s indoor track and field team was ranked ninth in the first rankings for the 2022 season by The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
LSU women have six marks that rank top 10 nationally two weeks into the start of the season. Alia Armstrong (60-meter hurdles) and Abigail O’Donoghue (high jump) both have the fourth best marks in the nation in their respective events. Armstrong owns an altitude converted 60-meter hurdle time of 7.98 seconds, and O’Donoghue has a season best clearance of 6- 1/2 in the high jump.
Favour Ofili owns the sixth fastest time in the country in the 60-meter dash with a time of 7.25, Amber Anning has the seventh-fastest 200 (23.45 seconds), and Morgan Smalls’ best long jump of the season, 20’-7 is the No. 7 mark in the NCAA in that event.
The women’s 4×400 meter relay team of Amber Anning, Symone Mason, Garriel White, and Ofili ran a altitude-converted 3:36.13 at last weekend’s Red Raider Open for the No. 10 spot nationally.