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Brianna Steel
  Brianna Steel

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Newfane, N.Y.

High School:
Newfane HS

Height:
5-8

Position:
Jumps/Multi-Events

Birthdate:
02/21/1988

Experience:
8L


Personal Bests
Indoor: Long Jump: 5.37m, Pentathlon: 3,784
Outdoor: 200m: 25.59, High Jump: 1.66m, Heptathlon: 5,158

Tulsa: An eight-time letterwinner . . . earned first-team all-C-USA honors during the indoor campaign as a senior . . . earned second-team all-C-USA honors in both indoor and outdoor track as a freshman. . . graduated with three school records.

2010-11: (Indoor) Steel competed in six events . . . was named to the all-C-USA First Team after winning her first-career pentathlon with a school-record 3,784 points at the Conference USA Championship . . . finished third in the pentathlon at the UCM Mule Relays with 3,369 points . . . (Outdoor) Participated in four meets . . . broke the school record in the heptathlon with a first-place finish at the John McDonnell Invitational (5,158 points) . . . placed fourth in the heptathlon at the Conference USA Championship with 5,030 points . . . recorded the fourth-best marks in school history in both the pole vault (2.75m at the Tulsa Duels) and shot put (11.79m at the John McDonnell Invite).

2009-10: (Indoor) Competed in six meets . . . finished ninth in the pentathlon at the C-USA Championships with 3,303 points . . . finished third in the pentathlon at the Razorback Invitational with 3,433 points . . . had a season-best high jump of 1.65m at the KSU All-Comers event to finish third . . . (Outdoor) Participated in six meets . . . finished seventh in the heptathlon with a career-best 4,690 points . . . won the heptathlon with 4,398 points at the Oklahoma Christian Invitational . . . also won the 200-meter dash at the Tulsa Duels with a time of 28:36 . . . set the school record in the high jump with a distance of 1.65m at the John McDonnell Invitational.

2008-09: (Indoor) Competed in four meets . . . finished sixth in the pentathlon at the C-USA Championships with 3,262 points . . . placed 11th in the high jump at the conference meet . . . turned in a season-best mark of 1.62m (5-03.75) in the high jump at the Wichita State Invitational . . . (Outdoor) Participated in seven meets . . . placed sixth in the heptathlon at the conference championships with 4,483 points, the second-most points in school history . . . posted a mark of 4.83m (15-10.25) in the long jump at the Tom Botts Invitational . . . jumped 1.60m (5-03) in the high jump at the John McDonnell Invitational . . . an Athletic Director's Honor Roll and C-USA All-Academic honoree.

2007-08: (Indoor) Competed in five events . . . set a school record in the pentathlon with 3,537 points at the Conference USA Championships . . . point total was good enough for second place . . . posted a team-best and personal-best time of 9.43 seconds in the 60m hurdles at the Razorback Invitational . . . jumped 5.37m (17-7.50) in the long jump at the Missouri Southern Open, which was the top mark for the Hurricane on the season . . . (Outdoor) Participated in four meets . . . finished in second place at the C-USA Championships in the heptathlon with a school-record 4,503 points . . . set the school record in the high jump at the Tulsa Duels with a jump of 1.65m (5-05) . . . ran a team-best time of 26.55 seconds in the 200m at the Tulsa Duels.

High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Newfane High School . . . won the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) title in the pentathlon as a junior, finished second as a senior and third as a sophomore . . . finished third in the high jump at the 2006 indoor NYSPHSAA Championships . . . was first in the heptathlon at the 2006 Empire State Games . . . participated at the Junior Olympics National Championships, finishing eighth in the heptathlon . . . also lettered in soccer . . . was the senior class president.

Personal: Majoring in exercise sport science and psychology . . . enjoys mountain climbing . . . craziest ambition is to become a stand-up comedian . . . daughter of Ronald and Diane Steel . . . has three older sisters, Arica, Sarah and Jessica.