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Bahama Championships Results
SACREMENTO, Calif. - Day two of the USATF Championships featured two Nittany Lions in action at Sacramento State's Hornet Stadium with both advancing to the next round. Also competing Friday night was Keianna Albury in the Bahama track & field championships.
Evonne Britton opened the day
Sophomore Isaiah Harris moved on to the final of the men's 800-meters grabbing an Auto-Q spot finishing third in his heat in a time of 1:45.77 - the third-fastest time on the night.
Competing at the Bahama Championships is sophomore Keianna Albury, a native of Nassau, Bahamas.
Albury posted times of 11.58 in the 100-meters - the No. 5 performance in the event in program history - and 23.40 in the 200-meters to advance to finals in each.
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