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    Loudia Laarman
    Loudia Laarman

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Lethbridge, Alberta, CN

    High School:
    Winston Churchill

    Height:
    5-4

    Event:
    Sprints

    Birthdate:
    10/04/1991

    04/08/2014

    Johnson, Ndipagbor, Davis, Faulknor, and Gaither Named USC Credit Union Student-Athletes of the Week

    Ndipagbor, Davis, Faulknor, and Gaither set USC 4x200m relay record.

    04/19/2013

    Ruiz, Jones & Nellum Lead Trojans On Day 2 Of The Mt. SAC Relays

    USC has a strong day overall; Ready for final-day action at Mt. SAC

    04/06/2013

    USC's Women's Relays Teams Rule At Florida Relays

    Selma, Kleinsasser, Ozorai and Conatser Shine At Cal State L.A. Invitational

    04/05/2013

    Nellum And Brown Post Impressive Wins At Florida Relays

    Trojans enjoy a big first day against top-notch competition

    03/30/2013

    USC Continues Impressive Early Season Run At Cal-Nevada Championships & Stanford Invitational

    Trojans win 5 of 8 events they competed in at Cal-Nevada; Andrews PRs at Stanford

    THIS YEAR: Senior Loudia (LEW-dee-uh) Laarman is one of USC's top sprinters and leadoff leg on USC's three-time All-American 4x100m relay team. She came to USC as the Alberta Provincial junior record-holder in the 50m and 100m dashes.

    2013: Earned first-team All-America honors running the leadoff leg for the 4x100m relay team which placed seventh at the NCAA Championships with a time of 44.48. Advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds finals in the 100m dash where she placed 14th with a time of 11.83 into a -0.6 wind...missed by two spots of advancing to the NCAA Championships in the event...set a PR of 11.61 in the Preliminary Rounds semifinals on May 23. Ran the leadoff leg for the 4x100m relay team which placed fifth at the Preliminary Rounds with a time of 44.38. Was sixth in the 100m dash at the Pac-12 Championships with a time of 11.71 (-0.6)...a total of .002 seconds separated the fourth-sixth-place runners. Was ninth and missed the finals by one spot in the 200m dash at the Pac-12s with a PR of 23.91. Ran the first leg for the 4x100m relay team which took second at the conference meet with a time of 44.76. Took fourth in both the 100m (11.62) and 200m (23.96) races at the USC-UCLA Dual Meet on April 27...won with the 4x100m relay which posted a season-best time of 43.86.

    2012: Posted her best 200m time of the season of 24.11 at the Trojan Invitational on March 24. Had a time of 11.66 in the 100m dash to tie for second at the USC-UCLA Dual Meet on April 29...also took third in the 200m (24.19) and first as part of the 4x100m relay team (43.95). Ran a wind-aided PR of 11.62 in the semifinals of the 100m dash at the Pac-12 Championships in Eugene, Ore. on May 12...the next day she finished seventh with a time of 11.66...was 14th in the 200m with a time of 24.11...also ran on the second-place 4x100m relay (44.16) and the sixth-place 4x400m relay (3:41.07). Ran the leadoff leg for USC's sixth-place 4x100m relay team at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds in Austin, Texas. Earned All-America honors as the relay team finished seventh at the NCAA Championships on June 9 with a time of 44.24. They ran a season-best time of 43.94 in the semifinals on June 6.

    2011: Set a 200m PR of 24.05 in placing seventh in the University/Open race at Mt. SAC on April 15. Placed third in the 100m dash at the USC-UCLA Dual Meet on May 1 and fourth in the 200m dash...Also ran the leadoff leg for the winning 4x100m relay which posted a time of 43.96...Also helped capture a Pac-10 title in the 4x100m by running the leadoff leg for the team which posted a 43.84 time. Finished 15th at the Pac-10 Championships in the 100m (11.72) and 200m (24.08). Had a wind-legal PR of 11.62 in the 100m at the NCAA Preliminary Rounds in Eugene, Ore. to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals, but had the 15th best quarterfinals time of 11.75 and did not advance to the NCAA Championships...Again ran leadoff for the 4x100m relay team which ran 44.07 to place fourth and advance to the NCAA Championships. In the semifinals, USC's quartet posted a time of 43.59 to advance to the finals. Laarman lead off in the finals and helped USC to a season-best time of 43.42 to place third at the NCAA Championships and earn All-America honors...USC's time was the fourth-fastest in school history and the third-fastest ever by a USC women's team at the NCAA Championships.

    High School: Laarman attended Winston Churchill High in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Competed at the 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada and placed seventh in the 100m dash with a time of 11.81 into a 0.7 wind and ran anchor for Canada's 4x100m relay team which placed sixth with a time of 44.84. Laarman reached the women's 100m final by running a PR of 11.64 in the preliminary rounds and then posting a time of 11.73 in the semifinals. She was a three-time Provincial and National Champion for Canada. She is the Alberta Provincial Junior Record-Holder in the 100m with a time of 11.64 and the 60m record-holder with a time of 7.41. She also broke the Alberta Junior record in the 50m at the 2010 Knights of Columbus Indoor Games with a time of 6.48. Laarman had been a key member of the Canadian Youth relay efforts where she won a bronze in the 4x100m relay at the 2007 World Youth Championships, a bronze medal in the 4x100m relay at the 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games, and a gold medal in the 4x100m at the 2009 Canada Summer Games. Individually, she placed fourth in the 100m at the 2008 Commonwealth Games, seventh in the 100m at the 2009 Pan-American Games.

    Personal: Loudia was born on October 4, 1991 in Haiti....Lists her favorite actor as Denzel Washington and favorite movie as Man on Fire...Is a Kinesiology major at USC.

    CAREER BESTS: 100m -- 11.61 200m -- 23.91