Height
5'10
Class
Redshirt
Hometown
St. Elizabeth, Jamaica ,
High School
Munro College

Updated 6/30/05

Four-time National Champion
12-time All-American

Finished his career as a four-time NCAA champion and 12-time All-American … Of the 10 fastest outdoor 4×400 relay times in school history, he ran a leg on eight of those relays … Also ran on seven of the 10 fastest indoor relay teams in school history.

2005
With just an indoor season of eligibility remaining, he closed out his career at LSU by helping the Tigers to All-America honors in the 4×400-meter relay … Joined with Austin Benton, Bennie Brazell and Kelly Willie to finish fourth at the NCAA Championships as the foursome posted a season-best time of 3:04.96 … Was also an NCAA qualifier in the 400 meters … Placed 15th in the event after clocking 47.57 in the prelims … Also helped the Tigers to All-SEC honors in the 4×400, running the lead leg on a group that placed second with an indoor season-best of 3:04.90 … In addition, ran on relay teams that finished first at the Holiday Inn Team Invitational (3:07.94), Armory Invitational (3:07.73), Razorback Invitational (3:08.07) and the Purple Tiger Invitational (3:14.14) … Individually, turned in his top open quarter performance of the season at the SEC Championships, clocking 46.62 in the prelims … Placed seventh in the finals with a time of 47.01 … Posted a time of 46.79 at the NCAA Qualifiers meet … Won the 400 title in his season debut at the Razorback Invitational (47.11).

2004 
Helped the Tigers to the NCAA title during the indoor season, earning All-America honors as a member of the 4×400 relay team … Also finished 10th in the 400 meters at that meet (46.56) … Ran the second leg on LSU’s SEC champion 4×400 relay team (3:06.79) … Clocked his best indoor 400 time (46.35) at the Arkansas Invitational … During the outdoor season, again earned All-America honors as a member of the 4×400 relay … Qualified to the outdoor national meet in the 400 meters, but did not advance to the finals after aggravating a leg injury in the opening round heats … Turned in his top outdoor time of the season to win the LSU Alumni Gold (45.62) … Clocked 45.96 at the NCAA Mideast Regionals … Also a member of the Tigers’ 4×100 relay team that won the Texas Relays and finished second at regionals and third at the SEC Championships.

2003
During the outdoor season, ran on both the Tigers’ national champion 4×100 and 4×400-meter relay teams … LSU’s 4×400 team clocked the second fastest time in school history of the NCAA Championships (3:02.01), while the 4×100 recorded the fourth fastest mark all-time (38.65) … A national qualifier in the 400 meters during the outdoor season, he finished 14th with a time of 46.38 … Clocked a season-best 45.98 during the prelims … Finished fifth at the NCAA Regionals with a time of 46.46 … Ran the lead leg on the Tigers’ national champion 4×400-meter relay team during the indoor season (3:04.79) … Time ranks third all-time at LSU … Led the Tigers to All-SEC honors and a second-place finish in the 4×400 at the indoor conference championships (3:05.62) … Won the quartermile at the Iowa State Last Chance Meet with a indoor season-best time of 46.02 … Qualified to the NCAA Championships in the event and placed ninth with a time of 46.40 … Finished fourth at the Gator Invitational and third at the Armory Invitational with times of 46.60 and 46.73, respectively.

2002
Won the first national championship of his career running the third leg on LSU’s 4×100-meter relay team (38.32) at the NCAA Outdoor meet … Ran the anchor leg on the Tigers’ 4×400-meter relay team that placed third at the national championships (3:02.33), and helped LSU clinch the NCAA team title … Earned All-America accolades in the 400 meters, placing third with a time of 45.07 at the outdoor championships … His time of 44.89 in the 400 meters at the SEC Outdoor Championships ranks as the third fastest time in school history and placed him second at the conference meet … Earned two additional runner-up finishes at the SEC Outdoor meet, first, as the third leg on the Tigers’ 4×100-meter relay team (39.41) and second as the anchor leg on LSU’s 4×400-meter relay team (3:03.13) … Earned All-America honors in the 400 meters during the indoor season, finishing second to teammate Alleyne Francique with a time of 45.62 at the NCAA Championships … Ran a season-best indoor time of 45.37 at the SEC Championships to place third overall … Ran the second leg on the Tigers’ SEC Championship 4×400-meter relay team (3:04.75) … Clocked a season-best 21.00 seconds in the 200 meters at the SEC Three-Way.

2001
An NCAA qualifier in the 400 meters, he ran a personal-best time of 45.84 at the LSU Last Ditch … Finished 11th at the NCAA Championships, missing the finals by .05 seconds with his time of 46.21 in the semifinals … Helped LSU break the school record in the 4×400-meter relay on two occasions during the outdoor season, first running the third leg on the foursome that ran 3:01.73 at the Tom Tellez Invitational, then running the same leg with the group that ran the fastest time in the nation in 2001, 3:01.66, at the NCAA Outdoor Championships … Ran the third leg on the SEC champion 4×400-meter relay team … Did not compete indoors after joining the Tigers at midterm.

High School
Came to LSU from Munro College, the same high school that produced former Tigers Claston Bernard and Lueroy Colquhoun … Was his high school’s Sportsman of the Year in both 1999 and 2000 … Competed at the 2000 World Junior Championships.

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