The LSU duo of Ella Onojuvwevwo and Tima Godbless had a solid outing at the NCAA Championships as they finished Top 8 in their respective individual events, earning them their First Team All-American honours.

Onojuvwevwo clocked her fifth sub-51s to place 6th in the women’s 400m final with a time of 50.72s behind Nickisha Pryce who broke the NCAA Record with a blazing time of 48.89s, over teammates Kaylyn Brown (49.13s) and Amber Anning (49.59s).

Godbless placed 8th in both the 100m and 200m finals with times of 11.10s and 22.87s respectively. She also anchored the Lady Tigers to a Silver medal position with a time of 42.57s in the women’s 4x100m.

Godbless was the only sprinter from LSU, male or female, to qualify for three finals (100m, 200m & 4x100m) at the NCAA Championships.

Gregory Airende is an enthusiastic Sportswriter and Analyst who has an in-depth knowledge of various sports like Athletics, Football, Basketball, and Gymnastics. His work experience include being a content writer at The Athletic Heat, to a Football Analyst at Sportskeeda and now a Junior Sportswriter at Making of Champions.


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