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Ducks Track & Field BIO
Annie Leblanc
Player Profile:
Annie Leblanc 818759
Position: Middle Distance
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Repentigny, Quebec
High School: Jean-Baptiste Meilleur School
Experience: High School

Four-Time All-American

2015-16: Cross Country- 26th overall finisher at the Pac-12 Championships in 20:39.8... 116th overall finisher at the NCAA Championships in 20:57.2.

2014-15: Outdoor - Was a two-time Pac-12 scorer and an all-American in a busy outdoor season...won three straight races to open the year at 1,500 meters, including the Trojan Invitational, the Pepsi Team Invitational and the Oregon Relays (4:16.17)...also won the 800 meters at the Oregon Relays (2:04.49)...helped the Ducks win the sprint medley relay at the Penn Relays (3:44.59) …ran her best 800 in a Oregon uniform, 2:03.77, in a runner-up finish at the Pac-12 Championships...that was the ninth-best time in school history...was fifth in the Pac-12 1,500 meters in a personal best the NCAA Championships, ran 2:04.52 in the 800 meter semifinals and just missed the final...earned all-America second team status...after the season, timed a personal best 2:01.87 800 running unattached at the Portland Track Festival...finished fourth in the 800 at the Canadian Championships (2:09.13)...swept the 800 (2:04.59) and the 1,500 (4:24.64) at the Quebec Regional Championships...Pac-12 all-academic honorable mention. Indoor - Ran three times at 800 meters with a best of 2:05.67 in a runner-up finish at the MPSF Championships...that was the fifth-best indoor 800 in school history. Cross Country – Was 21st at the Pac-12 Championships in 20:47 (6,000 meters)...Oregon's No. 5 runner at the NCAA West Regional, placing 24th in 20:57.3 (6,000 meters)...was 82nd at the NCAA Championships in 21:06.5 (6,000 meters)...finished 33rd in her season debut at the Washington Invitational (21:07, 6,000 meters)...Pac-12 all-academic second team honoree. Season Bests: Outdoors – 800 Meters – 2:01.87 (PR, unattached), Portland Track Festival, Portland, Ore. (6/14/15); 1,500 Meters – 4:15.67 (PR), Pac-12 Championships, Los Angeles, Calif. (5/17/15). Indoors – 800 Meters - 2:05.67 (PR), MPSF Championships, Seattle, Wash. (2/28/15).Cross Country – Was 21st at thePac-12 Championships in 20:47 (6,000 meters)...Oregon's No. 5 runner at the NCAA West Regional, placing 24th in 20:57.3 (6,000 meters)...was 82nd at the NCAA Championships in 21:06.5 (6,000 meters)...finished 33rd in her season debut at the Washington Invitational (21:07, 6,000 meters)...Pac-12 all-academic second team honoree.

Outdoors – Qualified for the Pac-12 and NCAA championships...earned second-team All-America honors in the 800 meters…helped the 4x400 team win at the Aztec Invitational (3:39.68)…clocked in at 2:06.16 in the 800 at the Pepsi Dual for second place…helped the 4x400 (3:34.49) and the 4x800 (8:22.54) team take second in both races at the Penn Relays…ran a seasonal best 800 of 2:04.28 at the Mt. SAC Relays…took third in the 800 (2:07.27) at the Pac-12 Championships and guided the 4x400 team to a sixth place finish as well (3:41.60)…crossed the finish line in 2:05.83 at the NCAA Regionals in the 800 to advance to the NCAA Championships…at the national meet, ran 2:05.29 in her semifinal.  Indoors – Scored on the distance medley relay at the NCAA Championships (6th, 11:17.38) as Oregon won its fifth straight NCAA title…Helped Oregon win the distance medley race at the Rod McCravy Invitational (10:56.77)…was a member of the 4x400 team that came in fourth at the Husky Classic (3:47.47)…finished in fifth in the mile (4:42.28) at the MPSF Indoor Championships…best mile time of 4:40.48 came at the Husky Classic. Cross Country - Posted a 21:03.19 time in the 6,000 meters at Pre-Nationals in Terra Haute, Ind., and finished 53rd in her first race of the 2013 season…finished 25th at the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships with a time of 22:31 guiding the Women of Oregon to a fourth-place finish…recorded her first top-20 finish of the season with a time of 20:04 at the NCAA West Regionals, good for 17th place on the 6,000-meter course…took 66th at the NCAA Cross Country Championship with a time of 21:03.9 on the 6,000-meter course…earned First-Team Pac-12 All-Academic accolades. Season Bests: Outdoors – 800 Meters – 2:04.28 Mt. SAC Relays, Walnut, Calif. (4/18/14); 1,500 Meters – 4:18.05, Oregon Twilight, Eugene, Ore. (5/9/14). Indoors – Mile – 4:40.48, Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (2/14/14).

2012-13: Outdoor – Finished seventh at the NCAA West Regional in the 800 with a season-best time of 2:06.20...ran a season-best in the 1,500 at the Mt. SAC Relays in 4:17.64…also took part in the 4x400 relay throughout the year and was part of the quad that finished fourth at the NCAA West regional…took fifth in the 800 at the Pac-12 Championships…Indoor – Picked up her first All-America honor as part of the distance medley relay which finished eighth at the NCAA Championships…part of winning teams in the DMR and the 4x400 at the UW Invitational…logged her fastest mile time of the season in 4:37.93 at the UW Final Qualifier…Cross Country - Debuted in the Dellinger Invitational, placing third with a time of 16:59 (5,000 meters). Helped the Ducks place second overall as a team. Ran in the Pre-Nationals and placed 27th out of 265 runners, and recorded a 20:41 finish in the 6,000 meter event. This helped the team place second overall at the meet. At the Pac-12 Conference Championships, ran 20:42 (6,000 meters) and placed 17th overall in the conference. Was a key contributor to Oregon’s first place finish in the conference. Was part of the first place team at the NCAA West Regional, recording a race time of 20:15 (6,000 meters) and placing 24th individually. A member of Oregon’s national title team contributing a 20:31.6 (6,000 meter), 68th place individual finish at the NCAA Championships. Season Bests: Outdoors – 800 Meters – 2:06.20, NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, Austin, Texas (5/25/13); 1,500 Meters – 4:17.64, Mt. SAC Relays, Walnut, Calif. (4/19/13). Indoors – 800 Meters – 2:09.21, Tyson Invitational, Fayetteville, Ark. (2/9/13); Mile – 4:37.93 (PR), UW Final Qualifier, Seattle, Wash. (3/1/13).

Prep: Wrapped up distinguished junior career by running personal bests in the 800 and 1,500 meters as a senior in 2012. At the Toronto International Track and Field Games, lowered 800 meter best to 2:03.41. Similar performance at the Victoria International Track Classic in the 1,500, where she dropped her time to 4:15.92. As a junior in 2011, ranked 12th in the world among after running 2:03.55 in the 800 meters at the Harry Jerome meet in Burnaby, B.C. Went on to win her third straight Canadian junior 800 meter title in 2011 and was the silver medalist in the 800 meters (2:06.35) at the 2011 Pan Am Junior Championships in Miramar, Fla. Also ran the second leg of the Canadians' runner-up 4x400 meter relay team (3:38.99). Was also a 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships qualifier and a 2009 World Youth competitor, both in the 800 meters. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:03.41, 2012; 1,500 Meters - 4:15.92, 2012.

Personal: Major is human physiology. Is the daughter of Chantal Desrosiers, a sprinter who qualified for the 1980 Olympics in the 200 meters, but was unable to compete due to the Western boycott of the Moscow Games.

Personal Bests

800 Meters - 2:01.87,
Portland Track Festival,
Portland, Ore., 6/14/15

1,500 Meters - 4:15.67,
Pac-12 Championships,
Los Angeles, Calif., 5/17/15
Mile – 4:37.93 (i),
UW Final Qualifier,
Seattle, Wash., 3/1/13
NCAA Outdoor Championships
2015 – 800 Meters, s-9th, 2:04.52
2015 – 4x400, 18th, 3:39.07
2014 – 800 Meters, s-3rd, 2:05.29

NCAA Indoor Championships
2014 – Distance Medley Relay, 6th, 11:17.38
2013 – Distance Medley Relay, 8th, 11:02.15

NCAA Cross Country Championships
2015 – 116th, 20:57.2

2014 – 82nd, 21:06.5
2013 - 66th, 21:03.9
2012 - 68th, 20:31.5
Pac-12 Championships
2015 – 800 Meters, 2nd, 2:03.77
2015 – 1,500 Meters, 5th, 4:15.67
2014 – 800 Meters, 3rd, 2:07.27
2014 – 4x400 Meter Relay, 6th, 3:41.60
2013 – 800 Meters, 5th, 2:08.27
2013 – 4x400 Meter Relay, 10th, 3:42.59
Pac-12 Cross Country Championships
2015 – 26th, 20:39.8
2014 – 21st, 20:47
2013 – 25th, 22:31
2012 - 17th, 20:42

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