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Annamaria Leszczynska - Track & Field - University of New Mexico Lobos Athletics

Annamaria Leszczynska






Canberra, Australia

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Mountain West Conference Champion – Distance Medley Relay – Indoor Track & Field – 2023
Mountain West All-Conference – 400 Meter Hurdles – Outdoor Track & Field – 2023
Mountain West All-Conference – Distance Medley Relay – Indoor Track & Field – 2023
Big 10 Academic All-Conference – Track & Field – 2021*

 *-Indicates award was achieved during career at Purdue (2019-22).


Outdoor Track & Field (Junior): Earned all-conference by finishing as the runner-up in the 400-meter hurdles at the Mountain West Championships with a time of 59.06 seconds…member of UNM’s 4×400 meter relay team that finished fourth at the conference meet with a time of 3:40.95 minutes…qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Championships in the 400-meter hurdles…ran a personal best 400-meter hurdles time of 58.57 seconds at the Bryan Clay Invitational, finishing third among a field of 66 competitors…participated in seven meets in first outdoor season as a Lobo.

Indoor Track & Field (Senior): Mountain West champion as a member of UNM’s distance medley relay team, which won the event with a time of 11:31.55 minutes…placed 12th in the preliminary round of the 60-meter hurdles (8.84) and 19th in the preliminary round of the 400 meters (56.37) at the Mountain West Championships…ran a season best 200 meters time of 25.37 seconds at the Don Kirby Elite…ran a season best 300 meters time of 40.80 seconds at the Dr. MLK Invitational…competed in five meets during first indoor season at UNM.

Purdue University (2019-2022)
Annamaria Leszczynska TFRRS Results (Purdue)

Outdoor Track and Field (Sophomore): Competed in six meets during the outdoor season…won the 400-meter hurdles at the Miami Hurricane Invitational on March 19 with a time of 1:00.64 minutes…competed in the 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA East preliminary round.

Indoor Track and Field (Junior): Competed in eight meets during the indoor season…won the 400-meters at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational on Jan. 22 with a time of 56.98 seconds…competed on the distance medley relay team and in the 400 meters at the Big Ten Indoor Championships on Feb. 25-26.


Outdoor Track and Field (Freshman): Ran in seven meets in the 400, 400 hurdles and 4×400…at the NCAA East Prelims, ran the 400 hurdles in 59.36 to finish 29th overall on May 27…placed fifth overall in the 400 hurdles with a personal-best time of 58.94 in the final at the Big Ten Championships from May 14-16…notched a personal-best 400 time of 56,33 to finish fifth and also was fifth in the 400 hurdles (1:01.47) at the Jesse Owens Invite from April 30-May 1…finished fifth in the 400 hurdles in 59.86 at the Husker Big Ten Invite from April 16-17…was the runner-up in the 400 hurdles, in 1:00.83, and also ran the 4×400 (3:55.31) at the Big Ten Indiana Invite No. 1 on March 27…academic all-Big Ten.

Indoor Track and Field (Sophomore): Competed in three meets in the 400, 600 and 4×400…was fourth in the 4×400 (3:44.79) and fifth in the 400 (57.65) at the Hawkeye Big Ten Invite from Feb. 12-13…ran a season-best 600 time of 1:35.15 to place fifth at the Hoosier Hills Invite on Feb. 6…finished fourth in the 600 in 1:37.11 at the Gladstein Invite on Jan. 23.


Outdoor Track and Field (Canceled-COVID-19): Did not compete.

Indoor Track and Field (Freshman): Ran in eight meets and competed in the 200, 400, 600, 4×400 and distance medley relay…recorded a time of 56.88 in the 400 at the Big Ten Championships on Feb. 28…placed second in the 4×400 in 3:42.13 at the Music City Challenge on Feb. 14…earned a personal-best 400 time of 56.35 at the Meyo Invite on Feb. 7…notched a career-record 25.49 in the 200 and ran the 400 in 56.49 to finish 16th in the finals at the Razorback Invite on Jan. 31…won the 4×400 in 3:48.33, was second in the 600 with a PR time of 1:35.07 and placed third in the 400 in 57.67 at the Gene Edmonds Memorial on Jan. 10…finished third in the 600 in 1:36.21 at the Fred Wilt Open on Dec. 7 to open career.

University of Canberra Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra (Class of 2019)

Selected to participate in the World U20 Championships for Australia in Tampere, Finland in 2018…selected to represent Australia at the Oceania Championships in 2019…recipient of the Pierre de Coubertin Sportsmanship Award…also competed in basketball and represented her state at the national level from 2013-16.

Leszczynska on choosing UNM: “UNM has a long-standing tradition of being accepting to a diverse student body. I want my university experience to be a culmination of experiences and knowledge that can only be attained from submersing myself in a diverse environment. I see this reflected in the track and field team, as well as something that is emphasized by the coaches here. Above all, I know that UNM is a place where my voice matters and I will be supported as well as taken care of.”