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Ozzie Bryan
Ozzie  Bryan


Philadelphia, Pa.

High School:
West Catholic



Lavender Wins 400m Title on Final Day of ACC Championships

Cavalier women and men finish fourth and sixth at the meet


Lavender Sets 400m School Record on Final Day of ACC Indoor Championships

Virginia men and women both finish in seventh place


Track and Field Opens Season at Terrapin Invitational

Cavaliers sweep 600m and triple jump titles

PRs: 60m- 7.16, 100m - 11.03, 200m - 21.78, 300m- 35.30, 400m - 48.81, LJ - 22'3''
NCAA East Preliminary Qualifier: 4x400m ('12)
ACC Champion:4x400 (O: '12)
All-ACC: 4x400 (O: '12)

2013 Outdoor
• Had a PR of 7.16 in the 60m

2013 Indoor
• Had a season-best 21.89 in the 200m

2012 Outdoor
• Member of the 4x400m relay that broke the school record (3:07.11) at NCAA East Preliminaries
• Part of 4x400m that won ACC Championship (3:08.80)
• Set a PR in the 100m of 10.96 at Virginia Challenge
• Achieved a PR in the 200m of 21.78 at Virginia Swashbuckle

2011-12 Indoor
• Won 400m and was part of winning 4x400m at Liberty Quad

2011 Outdoor
• Part of 4x100m that finished fifth at ACCs
• Member of 4x100m that placed 12th at IC4As

2011 Indoor
• Part of 4x400m that placed fourth at ACCs
• Finished 16th in 400m at ACCs

High School
• Earned all-state honors ('09)
• 2009 Indoor Philadelphia Catholic League (PCL) Champion in 200m and 400m
• 2009 PCL MVP award
• 2010 Outdoor PCL Champion in 400m
• Anchored a 2010 PIAA AA State Championship in 4x400m
• Was seventh in 400m and eighth in 200m at states ('10)
• Also finished third in 400m and seventh in 200m at states in 2009
• Ranked No. 17 in Pennsylvania in the 400m ('10)

• Full name is Osbert H. Bryan Jr.
• Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
• Son of Osbert and Sharon Bryan
• Has four siblings: Nafi, 16, Daiquan, 10, Shay, 5, and Gerald, 3
• Coached by Lincoln Townsend at West Catholin High School

More about Ozzie:
• Favorite class: commerce
• Favorite ice cream flavor: vanilla
• Favorite TV show: Law and Order


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