Lynnsey Dailey, Fort Valley State: NCAA DII Athlete Hall of Fame, Class of 2018

Lynnsey Dailey is a five-time NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field National Championship in three different events. The product out of Fort Valley State University dominated the hurdling scene in the mid-2000s, capturing four of her titles in the 100 and 400 meter hurdles.

Dailey won the 2005 and 2006 outdoor 100 and 400 meter hurdles titles while also adding the 2005 outdoor triple jump title to her resume. Her three titles in 2005 ties her with fellow NCAA Division II Athlete Hall of Famers Chandra Sturrup and Nicole Duncan for the most individual titles captured at a single NCAA Division II Outdoor Championship.

A 12-time All-American (all outdoor), Dailey also owned the top mark in the NCAA Division II outdoor 100 meter hurdles for three years, as she ran a 12.98 on May 5, 2006 to break a record that stood for seven years. That mark currently ranks third in NCAA Division II outdoor history.

Additionally, Dailey’s time of 57.18 at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships was good for the fifth-best mark at the time it was set, and she still remains the eighth-best performer in the event in NCAA Division II outdoor history.