Darroneshia Lott
Darroneshia Lott
Height: 6-0
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Pensacola, Fla.
Major: Physical Education
Previous School: South Plains College

2017-18: Lott followed up the greatest single-season in Coker's women track and field program history with another historic season...competed in 10 meets...won the 800 meter at the NCAA DII Outdoor Track & Field Championships (May 24-26), but later disqualified for a lane violation...won the 1500 meter at the Mount Olive Final Qualifier (May 13) with a time of 4:21.69...finished second in the 800 meter at the Virginia Grand Prix (Apr. 28) with a time of 2:05.41...won the 800 meter at the South Atlantic Conference Championship (Apr. 19-20) with a time of 2:12.82...won the 1500 meter at the South Atlantic Conference Championship (Apr. 19-20) with a time of 4:29.56...finished second in the 4x400 at the South Atlantic Conference Championship (Apr. 19-20) with a total time of 3:55.28...won the 800 meter at the Raleigh Relays (Mar. 30-31) with a time of 2:06.21...won the 800 meter at the Weems Baskin Relays (Mar. 23-24) with a time of 2:08.68...finished fourth in the 800 meter at the NCAA DII Indoor Track & Field Championships (Mar. 9-10) with a time of 2:08.81...selcted to the South Atlantic Conference Preseason Watch list...awarded South Atlantic Conference Track Athlete of the Week twice (Mar. 27 and Apr. 3)...selected as SPC Credit Union Student Athlete of the Month twice (March and April)...awarded C.G. Timberlake Female Athlete of the Year at the 2018 FANG Awards...set a Coker school indoor record in the 800 meter at the NCAA DII Indoor National Championship prelimary race with a time of 2:08.74...set coker school outdoor records in the 400 meter (Phoenix Invitational), 800 meter (Virginia Grand Prix), 1500 meter (Mount Olive Qualifier), and 4x400 meter relay (South Atlantic Conference Championship).

2016-17: Lott had the greatest single-season in Coker women's track and field program history, collecting 10 wins, two of which came at the South Atlantic Conference Championships, set school records in the 800-meter (indoor & outdoor), the 1500-meter, the mile, and was a member of the 4 x 400-meter relay team that set the Coker outdoor record ... She was ranked sixth in Division II in the 800-meter run, becoming the first ever Coker track and field member to qualify for the NCAA DII National Championship ... At nationals, she qualified for the finals, running a school-record time of 2:07.40 in the finals and finishing fourth ... Lott was a USTFCCCA All-Region selection in both the indoor and outdoor season and was an NCAA All-American with her performance at NCAA DII Nationals. 

2015-16: Red-shirted this season ... Running unattached, she scored four wins, two in the 800-meter run and two in the 1500-meter run. 

Previous School: Transferred to Coker from South Plains College where she was a two-time half marathon champion and ran a personal best 2:06 800-meter run ... She was also a cross country national champion with a time of 17:48 ... She was a national indoor champion in the 1,000-meter (2:52), 3,000-meter (9:45) and the mile (4:49).

High School: Competed at Pine Forest High where she currently holds the record for the 800-meter, 1,600-meter, 5,000-meter, and was a member of the record setting 4x800 team ... Lott was a member of the back to back FHSSA class 3A girls State Championship team in 2010 and 2011 ... She was the 2009, 2010, and 2011 FHSSA Class 3A district champion, regional champion, and state champion in the 800 ... Lott was also the Class 3A district and regional champion in the 1600 in 2010 and 2011 and was the State Runner Up in the event both years ... Darroneshia competed in the 2011 Nike Nationals in Eugene, Oregon placing 3rd with a personal best time of 2:12 ... She was recognized for her athletic achievements in both across Country and Track and Field and was awarded the Cross Country athlete of the year award in 2011 ... Lott completed high school competition with the personal best times in the 800 ( 2:12 ) and the 1600 ( 4:58 ).

Personal: Daughter of Michele and Darron Lott.