Keni Harrison, Women’s Track & Field, Sophomore, Clayton, NC
Harrison was the recipient of the ACC’s Most Valuable Track Performer award after scoring 38 out of 40 possible points, en route to helping the Tigers to their fourth straight ACC Outdoor Championship in Raleigh over the weekend. She won the 400 hurdles in a school-record time of 56.58. Harrison also ran the leadoff leg for Clemson’s gold medal 4×100 and 4×400 relays. She also was silver medalist in the 100 hurdles at the conference meet. Harrison now ranks in the top 10 on the NCAA national performance list in both hurdle events.
November 22, 2020
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