Jasmine Johnson
Jasmine Johnson


Marietta, Ga.

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2007 Indoor: Competed primarily in the hurdles, qualifying for the finals at both the Clemson Invitational and Diet Pepsi Invitational ... Reached the semi-final at the Indiana Relays ... Ran on the 4x400 relay at Clemson that finished fourth in a time of 3:51.00 and on the DMR team at the Diet Pepsi Invitational that finished seventh in a time of 12:39.51.

2006 Outdoor: Placed fourth in the 400m hurdles at the SEC Championships in 59.96 seconds, which ranks her sixth in Auburn history ... Competed in the 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles at the NCAA Mideast Regional, posting a season-best time in the 100m hurdles of 13.78 ... Won the 400m hurdles in 1:01.97 and was second in the 100m hurdles at the Springtime Invitational ... Second in the 400m hurdles at the Seminole Invitational and third at the Yellow Jacket Invitational.

2006 Indoor: Finished 15th in the pentathlon at the SEC Championships with the fifth-best score in Auburn history (3,359) ... Also ran on the distance medley relay team at the SEC meet ... Placed seventh in the pentathlon at the Clemson Multi-Event Championships ... was seventh in the 60m hurdles at the Clemson Invitational, and had a season-best time of 8.78 seconds in the prelims ... clocked a time of 8.28 seconds in the prelims of the 55m hurdles at the Pepsi Invitational.

2005 Outdoor: Sixth in the 400m hurdles at the Sun Angel Classic and 13th at the Spec Towns Meet ... Ran the 100m hurdles at the Yellow Jacket Invitational and the 400m at the FSU Relays.

2005 Indoor: Competed in the pentathlon at the SEC Championships as well as the 60m hurdles ... Ran on the 4x400m relay team at the Clemson and Gator Invites.

Personal: Born on June 10, 1986 ... Daughter of Lucius and Nicole Johnson ... Has two siblings, Apryl and Lucius, Jr. ... Majoring in biomedical sciences (pre-med) ... Lists finishing in the top eight in the SEC in the 400m hurdles and competing at the NCAAs as her goals for 2006 ... Attended Marietta HS and trained under James "Friday" Richards.