LSU Gold
Baton Rouge, La.
High School
Baton Rouge Magnet HS

Major: Marketing
Event: 400M (IN: 54.92; OUT: 54.14)

Finished her LSU career as a three-time letterwinner from 2004-06 … Made the trip to the 2004 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Sacramento as an alternate on the Lady Tigers’ national champion 4×400-meter relay team … Leaves LSU with personal bests in the 400 meters of 54.92 indoors and 54.14 outdoors.

Did not compete for the Lady Tigers during the 2007 season … Was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll following the season.

Competed primarily in the 400 meters during the 2006 campaign … Finished 10th in the event at the SEC Indoor Championships with a time of 55.05 … Best finish of the indoor season came at the UNM Lobo Invitational as she ran a 55.47 to finish fifth … Also competed in the 60 meters and 200 meters during the indoor season … Finished second in the 200 meters at the Bayou Bengal Invitational by clocking a time of 24.95 … Saw limited action during the outdoor campaign, competing in just three meets … Earned a second place finish in the 400 meters at the Tiger Classic, clocking a 56.41 … Clocked a season-best time in the event with a 54.82 at the Miami Elite Invitational.

Recorded a new personal best in the 400 meters during the outdoor season, clocking 54.14 at the LSU Alumni Gold … Broke 55 seconds on two other occasions, running 54.84 at the NCAA Mideast Regional and 54.97 at the Sun Angel Classic … During the indoor season, turned in a top time of 55.29 at the SEC Championships to place 11th overall … Recorded a time of 55.81 at the New Balance Invitational … Won the LSU Twilight in 56.60.

Traveled to the NCAA Championships as an alternate on the Lady Tigers’ national champion 4×400-meter relay team … Posted a season-best 55.35 in the 400 meters at the Gatorade Classic … Was just off that pace at the LSU Alumni Gold, clocking 55.36 … During the indoor season ran both the 200 and the 400 for the Lady Tigers … Top 400 meter time of 56.00 came at the SEC Championships … Clocked a season-best 25.12 in the 200 at the LSU Twilight.

A four-year letterwinner for Carnell Washington and Clarence Antoine at Baton Rouge Magnet High School … A seven-time state champion, winning four indoor titles and three outdoor crowns … Was named to the The Advocate’s East Baton Rouge all-parish track team in the 200 meters in 2003 … Was the outdoor 800 and indoor 200 meter state champion that same year … Placed fifth in the 400 meters at the 2002 AAU nationals … Was the indoor and outdoor state champion in the 400 meters in 2001 … Came to LSU with PRs of 24.3 in the 200, 55.9 in the 400 and 2:16 in the 800.

Full name is Brittany Mecaelle Harris … Born Aug. 25, 1985 … Daughter of Darion and LeJeanne Harris … Has two bothers, Jonathan and Braxton, and three sisters, Orieal, Brianna and Bricelyn.

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