Cherokee graduate Kaila Carter, a sophomore at The College of New Jersey, ran a massive PR of 14.29 in the 100-meter hurdles this week at the All-Atlantic Regional Track and Field Championships in Brockport, N.Y.
Carter lowered her PR from 14.63, which she ran placing third in the NJAC meet on her home track earlier this month.
Her time was wind-aided but ranks No. 7 in NCAA Division 3 going into the NCAA Championships.
Carter finished second to Rowan sophomore Darielle Cross, who ran a personal-best 14.24, No. 4 in NCAA Division 3.
Carter’s high school PR in the highs was 15.51 for fifth at South Jersey Group 4 sectionals in 2016.