Bahamian Students Show Off Skills In College Track & Field

Bahamians at Auburn University continue to be standouts.

Competing at the Florida State Seminoles Invitational, Sheniqua ‘Q’ Ferguson won the 200m in 22.92 seconds for the second fastest time in the U.S so far this year.

In that same race her former Bahamas Speed Dynamics teammate Cache Armbrister was 4th.

Competing in the 100m for Auburn Grand Bahama’s Nivea Smith was second in 11.57 seconds, and freshman V’Alonee Robinson was ninth in 12 seconds flat.

Michael Mathieu ran unattached and won the men’s 400m in 45.80 seconds.

Competing at the Texas relays on the weekend Jeffrey Green from Oral Roberts University was 8th in the 400-hurdles.

Competing for the University of Arkansas Raymond Higgs was 4th in the long jump with a leap of 25’ 11.5”.

Jamal Wilson at the University of Texas also leaped 7’ and a half inch but finished 5th. Texas Christian’s Cameron Parker was 8th in the triple jump.

Also at the meet among the other Bahamians Lamar Delaney from the University of Houston leaped 22’ 7.75” in the long jump for 10th overall.