Track and Field
Natoya Goule
Position: Middle Distance
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Clarendon, Jamaica
High School: LSU
Career Honors
• NCAA Champion, Indoor 800 (2013)
• NCAA Champion, Outdoor 800 (2013)
• USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Indoor & Outdoor 4x400 (2013)
• SEC Champion, Outdoor 800 (2013)
• All-SEC, Indoor 800 (2013)
• IAAF World Championships Participant, 800 (2013)
• IAAF World Junior Championships Bronze Medalist, 4x400 (2010)
• IAAF World Junior Championships Participant, 800 & 4x400 (2008)
• IAAF World Youth Championships Participant, 800 & 4x400 (2007)

LSU Highlights (2012-13)
• Swept the NCAA Championships in the indoor and outdoor 800 meters, a first in program history
• Only the second Lady Tiger in school history to win an NCAA indoor title in the 800, she was the third to accomplish the feat outdoors
• Established school record by running lifetime best 1:59.93 at the Jamaican Senior Championships; also set indoor standard with time of 2:02.00 in capturing the national indoor crown
• Won SEC outdoor crown in the event with a dominant time of 2:01.12; she also anchored the 4x400 relay to a bronze medal
• SEC runner-up in the indoor 800 to teammate Charlene Lipsey
• Earned pair of All-America honors with the Lady Tigers’ mile relay
• Ran season best 53.16 at LSU’s Battle of the Bayou in the 400 dash
• SEC Runner of the Week on three occasions during the combined seasons

South Plains College Highlights (2010-12)
• Won 10 career National Junior College Athletics Association titles during her decorated career, including a sweep of the 4x400 relays in 2011
• Won 2011 national junior college crowns indoor in the 600 and 800, and outdoor in the 400 and 800
• In 2012, she was NJCAA national champion in the 800, 1500, and with the 4x400 and 4x800 relays

International Highlights
• Has competed at the IAAF World Youth, Junior and Senior Championships for her native country of Jamaica
• Competed for Jamaica at the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow in the 800 meters; qualified by winning the National Championship in the event
• Earned bronze medal with the 4x400 relay at the 2010 junior worlds
• Won 12 individual gold medals at the Carifta Games from 2006-11 and a total of 17 medals overall
• Earned 15 gold medals at the Jamaican Boys & Girls Championships competing for Manchester High School, where her coach was Jerry Holness

• Born 3/30/91
• Majoring in communication studies
• Transferred from LSU, where she was a two-time NCAA Champion under new Clemson coach Mark Elliott
• Will sit out the 2013-14 season under transfer rules and be eligible for indoor and outdoor track in 2014-15
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