Camden’s Teseanna Harris, a sophomore at Bloomfield College in Essex County, won her first conference title Sunday with a collegiate-best time in the 100-meter hurdles.
Harris ran 14.70 – into a 1.1 meters-per-second wind – to win the 100-meter highs at the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championships at Georgian Court in Lakewood.
She won by nearly half a second over teammate Autumn DeMary, who placed second in 15.17.
Harris’s previous best at Bloomfield was a 14.86 just two weeks ago in a meet in Newark and before that it was 15.46 from a meet last month.
Harris was also fourth in both the 100 in 12.80 (into a 1.8 wind) and the 200 in 25.93.
Harris graduated from Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy in Camden but competed for Camden High, since Creative Arts doesn’t have a track team. She was the 2019 state Group 2 high hurdles champ.