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Ciara Leonard
Ciara  Leonard


Elkins Park, Pa.

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UVA Women in Second After Two Days of ACC Champs

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NCAA East Preliminary Rounds
2017: 100m hurdles 

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2017 Outdoor 
• Set a UVA record in the 100m hurdle with a time of 13.41 at the Virginia Grand Prix
• Competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds in the 100m hurdles 
• Finished 11th in the 100m hurdles and eighth with the 4x100m relay at the ACC Championships 
• Won the 100m hurdles at the Virginia Quad
• Finished first with the 4x100m relay team at the Virginia Grand Prix 
• Recognized on the ACC Academic HOnor Roll 

2017 Indoor 
• Finished ninth in the 60m hurdles at the ACC Championships 
• Set a career-best mark in the 60m hurdles (8.38) at the ACC Championships  

2016 Outdoor
• Set UVA freshman record in 100m hurdles with time of 13.67 at ACC Championships
• Placed 10th in 100mH at ACCs
• Time of 13.67 in 100mH ranks second on UVA's all-time list
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll

2016 Indoor
• Ran season-best times in 60m (8.00) and 60m hurdles (8.74) at National Fastrack Qualifier
• Season-best time of 8.74 in 60mH ranks 10th on UVA's all-time list and third on UVA's freshman list


• Ranked No. 3 in the class of 2015 in the 100 hurdles by Dyestat
• Two-time Pennsylvania state champion

• Daughter of Shawna and John Leonard
• Has two younger sisters, Cheyenne and Crystal


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