Moorestown graduate Brandon Outlaw, a Virginia junior, ran a 400 PR of 46.35 at this weekend’s Raleigh Relays at Paul Derr Track, placing a close second to teammate Jordan Willis, who ran 46.10.
His time is No. 5 in Virginia history.
Outlaw’s previous collegiate PR was a 46.53 indoors at last year’s ACC Championships at Notre Dame on an over-sized track. His previous legal PR was a 46.69 indoors at Clemson last month It was his first outdoor 400 since the ACC Championships on his home track in Charlottesville in May of 2019. His previous outdoor PR was a 46.82 at the 2017 Group 3 sectionals at Bernards. His college outdoor PR was a 47.27 at 2019 ACCs.
Willis and Outlaw rank No. 1 and No. 2 in the ACC this year. They’re also No. 13 and No. 14 in all of NCAA Division 1. They also rank No. 30 and No. 40 in the world on the latest IAAF list and No. 12 and 13 on the U.S. list.
Outlaw also ran a personal-best wind-legal 200 of 21.62. He ran a 21.22 last week in Charlottesville with a 3.7 wind. His previous wind-legal 200 PR was a 21.79 at the Miami Hurricane Invitational in Coral Gables in May of 2018.