Libia Rodriguez, Saint Augustine’s: NCAA DII Athlete Hall of Fame, Class of 2018

Libia Rodriguez’s medal case is bigger than most. The sprinter and relay runner captured a whopping seven titles over the course of her career for Saint Augustine’s.

Rodriguez won the 2002 and 2003 indoor 400 titles, running identical times of 53.83, while also winning the 2002 outdoor 400 with a time of 53.14. But Rodriguez also worked incredibly well as a part of a team, as she was a member of four 4×400 relay teams that scooped up national titles.

Rodriguez ran the second leg of the 1999 outdoor 4×400 squad that posted a championship-clinching time of 3:36.03 before winning indoor titles in 2000 and 2003, sandwiched around another outdoor title in 2002. Impressively, Rodriguez claimed national titles in four different seasons across five years.

A 14-time All-American (six indoor, eight outdoor), Rodriguez can be found in both the NCAA Division II indoor and outdoor record books. She was a part of the 2003 indoor 4×400 championship winning team that ran a 3:40.37, which stands as the fourth-fastest time in NCAA Division II indoor history, while her outdoor PR of 51.89 in the 400 is the 14th-best time in NCAA Division II outdoor history while also making her the ninth-best performer in the event.