Six FSU athletes are competing at the IAAF World Junior Championships this week in Eugene, Ore.
Five Seminoles will compete this weekend at the US Junior Track & Field Championships.
Locke, Harris and women's 4x100 are moving on to finals
Track 'Noles open NCAA Championship quest Wednesday
Discus mark, seven more NCAA qualifiers carry the day
Making his NCAA postseason debut in the 100-meter dash as a freshman...enters meet as the No. 19 seed on strength of 10.32 PR...also a member of FSU's qualifying 4x100 team...posted fastest all-conditions mark (10.20-w) in preliminary of the U20 100 at Carifta Games.
Outdoor: Despite a limited schedule has recorded the four fastest 100-meter dash times of his life this spring...personal-best 10.32 came in third-place finish at Seminole Twilight...dipped under 10.40 for the first time with a 10.38 for the win at Seminole Invitational...ran leg on Crimson Tide Invitational runner-up 4x100 (40.49)...competed in five events this spring for the Seminoles...also represented Antigua & Barbuda at the Carifta Games in the U20 100, where he was the second-fastest qualifier (10.20).
Indoor: Saw action in only two meets, competing solely in the 60-meter dash...opened season with a 6.85 at Cherry & Silver Invitational...advanced to the finals at the Razorback Invitational, where he placed sixth with his third 6.85 time of the season.
Personal: Originally signed with FSU in 2012, but did not arrive on campus until January 2014...has significant international experience, competing at 2011 World Youth and 2012 CAC's, where he claimed a pair of bronze medals, and 2012 World Juniors, where he was a semifinalist in the 100...arrived at FSU with PRs of 10.46 and 20.90 (200)...plans on majoring in business...born October 6, 1995.