Ella Onojuvwevwo joins Ofili at LSU

Nigeria junior international Ella Onojuvwevwo will be competing in the NCAA athletics circuit when the indoor season begins early January after the 17 year old was unveiled last week as a student of Louisiana State University in Texas, United States of America.

Onojuvwevwo who helped the Nigerian women U20 4x400m relay and the 4x400m mixed relay teams win gold at the World U20 Championships in Nairobi, Kenya in 2021 is the third Nigeria international named in the school’s roster for the 2023 collegiate athletics season.

The others are Favour Ofili who was phenomenal for the school since she joined in January 2021, setting new Nigeria 200m indoor (22.46) and outdoor (21.96) records and Godson Oghenebrume.

Also set to debut this time in the NAIA collegiate athletics circuit is another quartermiler, Eseroghene Oguma who has joined Cumberland University which has a former Nigeria international, Cecilia Francis as an assistant coach.

Sikiru Adeyemi, a 4x400m bronze medalist at the African Athletics Championships in Mauritius last June is also listed in Cumberland University’s roster but it is not confirmed if he has travelled out of the country.

Related posts

Former head of world athletics Lamine Diack dies at 88

SD Reporter

EPL: Victory over Southampton well deserved, says Everton boss Frank Lampard

SD Reporter

EPL: Chelsea told to sign new Didier Drogba, abandon Gordon transfer

SD Reporter

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Verified by MonsterInsights