Liberty senior Rayshawn Johnson, a graduate of Burlington County Institute of Technology, posted a huge hurdles PR Saturday in a meet in Lynchburg, Va.
Johnson won the 110-meter hurdles at the Dennis Craddock Coaches Classic in 14.67, edging teammate Luke Anderson, who ran 14.71.
His time is No. 4 in the Atlantic Sun Conference, behind teammates Prosper Ekporere [13.83] and Felix Lawrence [14.08] and Makai Williams of Kennesaw (Ga.) State [14.60].
Johnson’s previous best in his first year at Liberty was a 15.41 at a meet in Lynchburg last month. His lifetime best was a 15.08 in April of 2021 while competing for St. Peter’s in a meet in Jersey City.
Johnson competed in high school for Willingboro since BCIT doesn’t have a track team. He was the state Group 1 champ in the 55-meter hurdles in February of 2018 at the Bubble.