Candus Aiello and Rosalie Griffin named first-team honorees.
Clears height of 5'8.75" (1.75m).
Junior took 14th overall in the semifinals of the 1,500-meter race.
Duo heads to Des Moines, Iowa, for meet on June 7-9.
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.