Brandon LeBeau
Brandon LeBeau

New Orleans, La.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200




Next Up: Tulane Hosts C-USA Championships

Green Wave Host C-USA Championships for First Time Since 2000

LeBeau's Career Best Performances
Event Time (Date)
100 Meter 11.32 (4/28/12)
200 Meter 23.65 (3/31/12)

2011-12 (Freshman)

Outdoor Track and Field: Competed in three of the team's eight meets...competed in the 100 and 200 meter events...ranked third on the team in the 100 meter and fifth on the squad in the 200 meter...owned the sixth fastest time on the squad in the 100 meter...held the ninth and tenth fastest times in the 200 meter...ran a season-best time of 11.32 over 100 meters at the Golden Eagle Classic (4/28)...covered 100 meters in 11.48 in the prelims at the Conference USA Championships (5/12)...ran 23.65 over 200 meters at the Jaguar Invitational (3/31)...covered 200 meters in 23.86 at the Golden Eagle Classic (4/28).

High School: Two-year letterman at McMain High for coach Kevin Roussell...rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com...helped the Mustangs to a combined 12-9 record over his final two prep seasons, including their first-ever trip to the state playoffs as a senior...for his career, completed 61-of-121 passes for 881 yards and six touchdowns, rushing 159 times for 755 yards and 15 scores, and hauling in four passes for 62 yards...as a senior, first-team all-metro (athlete) after completing 48-of-72 passes for 753 yards and 11 touchdowns, rushing 136 times for 879 yards and 14 touchdowns, catching one pass for a 43-yard score and converting 16 PATs...earned Metro Athlete of the Week honors on Nov. 3 after running for 17 yards and three scores while throwing for 145 yards and a touchdown in a 40-28 win over De La Salle, and was selected to play in the Darren Sharper Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Classic.

Personal: Born Brandon Tdarrell LeBeau on Feb. 4, 1993, in New Orleans, La...son of Tdarrell and Michelle LeBeau...has one brother, Tyree...proposed major is engineering...also recruited by Louisiana Tech and Mississippi State.