- Lorraine Graham
- Springdale, Md.
- C.H. Flowers
2013: Earned her first All-America honor with a 22nd-place finish in the women’s long jump to receive honorable mention accolades … Became second all-time in the indoor pentathlon and fourth all-time in the outdoor heptathlon in just her first year competing in multi-events … Had a personal-best leap of 6.18m/20-3.50 in the women’s long jump and took fourth in the women’s pentathlon with a personal-best 4,010 points and personal-best performances at the 60m hurdles (8.44), high jump (1.60m/5-3) and 800m (2:32.29) events at the SEC Indoor Championship … 10th all-time in 100-meter hurdles in program history, crossing the finish in 13.63 at the SEC Outdoor Championships in the women’s heptathlon.
2012: Participated in 13 meets as a sophomore, recording season bests of 8.53 (55H) and 6.20m/20-4.25 (long jump – outdoors), a leap that earned her the title at the 2012 Pepsi Florida Relays…Finished 14th at the NCAA East Preliminary Round, just barely missing out on a chance to compete at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
2011: Competed in 11 meets as a true freshman, focusing mostly on the hurdles and long jump…Registered season bests of 8.55 (60H), 13.86 (100H), 1:07.51 (400H) and 6.17m/20-3 (long jump – outdoors), a mark that scored her six points at the SEC Outdoor Championships…Advanced to the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the women’s long jump, finishing 20th overall.
Competed at C.H. Flowers High School in Springdale, Md. … Was the 2010 national scholastic indoor champion in the long jump and placed second at the Maryland State Championships in both the 100m hurdles and the 300m hurdles … Holds personal bests of 8.09 55mH), 13.92 (100mH) and 20-2.50 (LJ) … Recorded the second-best girls long jump mark in the country this past season, according to USA Today … Was Maryland’s female recipient of the Gatorade Track and Field Athlete of the Year award in 2008-09.