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  Brianna LeRoy
Brianna  LeRoy

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Gig Harbor, Wash.

High School:
Gig Harbor HS

Volunteer Assistant Coach



Utah Track and Field Earns 24 Pac-12 All-Academic Awards

Candus Aiello and Rosalie Griffin named first-team honorees.


LeRoy Takes 22nd in High Jump at NCAA Championships

Clears height of 5'8.75" (1.75m).


Mergaert Falls Just Shy of Advancing to Finals of NCAA Championships

Junior took 14th overall in the semifinals of the 1,500-meter race.


LeRoy and Mergaert to Compete at NCAA Championships

Duo heads to Des Moines, Iowa, for meet on June 7-9.


Amanda Mergaert Qualifies for NCAA Championships in 1500 Meter Run

Former Ute All-American Brianna LeRoy joins the Utah coaching staff for the 2015 track and field season as a volunteer assistant coach. LeRoy will be working with the jumps athletes.

Leroy's four-year career at Utah culminated in outdoor honorable mention All-America honors in 2012, when she finished 22nd in the high jump at the NCAA Championships. Leroy cleared a career-best height of 5' 9.75" at the Pac-12 Championships, which ranks fifth all-time at Utah.

Leroy, who competed in the heptathlon and pentathlon for Utah, finished seventh in the heptathlon at the Pac-12 Championships as a senior in 2012, scoring 5,221 points, which is third all-time at Utah. She was also fourth at the MPSF Championships in the pentathlon that year, winning the high jump event, and her 3,771 points is fourth all-time at Utah. Leroy also had a career-best mark of 19' 8.25" in the long jump as a senior, which ranks fifth all-time at Utah.

Leroy was a two-time competitor at the NCAA West Regional, qualifying in both the high jump and long jump in 2011 and 2012. In 2011, she earned all-Mountain West Conference honors in the heptathlon, finishing second overall at the conference championships, as well as the pentathlon, finishing fifth.

Leroy earned a Bachelor of Science degree in urban planning from Utah in 2013.

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