LSU’s Alia Armstrong named Greater New Orleans outstanding female amateur for 2022-23

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LSU All-American hurdler Alia Armstrong has been named the Greater New Orleans outstanding female amateur athlete for 2022-23.

Armstrong, a New Orleans native, is a repeat winner of the award after also being honored after the 2021-22 school year.

Armstrong had another strong season in 2023, running the fastest all-conditions 100-meter hurdles time in collegiate history at the Southeastern Conference championships.

Her wind-aided time of 12.31 seconds came in the semifinals. The next night she won the title with a wind-legal time of 12.40, which was the third-fastest time in NCAA history.

She also ran leadoff leg on LSU’s winning 4×100 relay team, then was third in the hurdles at the NCAA meet and was on the Tigers’ third-place relay team.


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