USC senior sprinter Aaron Brown won three events at the 2014 Pac-12 Championships.
USC looks sharp in final tune-up before hosting next week's dual meet against UCLA
Trojans enjoy a big first day against top-notch competition
Trojans to be at Cal, Stanford and San Diego
Boyd wins twice and Novy and Olonade post school all-time top 10 marks
THIS YEAR: Senior BeeJay Lee begins his final season as a sprinter for the Trojans. He has enjoyed two outstanding seasons of running for USC, after transferring from New Mexico. He is co-owner of the Loker Stadium 100m dash record along with Aaron Brown.
2014: Lee had a season-best wind-legal 100m time of 10.25 (-0.7) in taking second at the USC-UCLA Dual Meet on May 4...he also took second in the 200m that day with a PR of 20.83 (+1.3). He finished third in the 100m dash with a time of 10.45 (-1.0) and fifth in the 200m race with a time of 21.01 (-2.1) at the Pac-12 Championships on May 18. He posted a season wind-aided 100m best of 10.16 (+2.7w) to advance out of the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds in fifth place. He finished 22nd at the NCAA Championships in the 100m with a time of 10.38 (+0.6). Lee ran an impressive third leg during USC's 4x100m relay race at the NCAA Championships on June 14 in which they placed fourth with a time of 39.30. It was the first time USC had qualified a men's 4x100m team for the finals since 2005 and its best finish since taking second in 1999. The quartet of Aleec Harris, Aaron Brown, Lee and Terence Abram posted the eighth-fastest time in school history of 39.08 in the NCAA semifinals on June 11. Lee also competed indoors with a 60m best of 6.63 at the UW Indoor Preview Meet on Jan. 18. He placed 11th at the NCAA Indoor Championships on March 14 in the 60m with a time of 6.66.
2013: Lee kept getting better and better as the season progressed, culminating with winning the Pac-12 100m dash title with a PR of 10:07 which tied the stadium record. His time tied him for third all-time by a Trojan, fourth all-time by a conference runner and made USC a winner in the event for the seventh time in nine seasons. He also ran the third leg for USC's 4x100m relay team which took second with a time of 39.94 at the Pac-12 Championships. Unfortunately, Lee developed tighness in his right quadricep and finished 26th at the West Regional with a time of 10.50, missing out by .005 seconds of advancing to the quarterfinals. Lee began the season by placing second at the Trojan Invitational in the men's 4x100m relay with teammates Mercado, Stewart and Brown with a time of 40.07. At the Florida Relays on April 5, he came in 11th place in the 100m dash, and ran his first 200m race of the season while placing 18th with a time of 21.33. Placed fourth in the men's 100m Olympic Development race at the Mt. SAC Relays with a wind-aided time of 10.27. Only two collegiate runners participated in this race comprised of mostly professionals, and Lee claimed the top Division 1 time. Took second at the USC-UCLA Dual Meet with a time of 10.25. Won the 4x100m relay at the same meet with his teammates for a time of 40.18.