CLEMSON, S.C. — Three former Clemson track & field standouts Natoya Goule, Kendra “Keni” Harrison and Brianna McNeal (formerly Brianna Rollins) are set to compete at the 2018 IAAF Diamond League Finals Aug. 30-31. Additionally, current Clemson volunteer assistant coach Danielle Williams will also compete in the winner-take-all format meet.
Diamond League Release // Diamond League standings
Goule, who is Clemson’s all-time record holder in both the indoor and outdoor 800m, will compete in Zurich, Switzerland on Thursday, Aug. 30. She has tallied 17 points in three competed Diamond League events this season. Most recently, Goule achieved her personal best and Jamaican record in the open 800m at the IAAF Diamond League Monaco on June 30 of this year.
Harrison, McNeal and Williams are all set to compete in the 100-meter hurdles in Brussels, Belgium Friday, Aug. 31. McNeal enters as the top point-getter with a total of 38 points over the span of six events. Danielle Williams is the top Jamaican athlete in the event and No. 3 overall in the Diamond League standings with 23 points. Harrison is right behind Williams with 22 points.
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