The decision to turn professional over the weekend was a relatively easy one for Lewiston native Isaiah Harris.
Recently removed from winning the NCAA Division I championship in the 800-meter run, the Penn State junior had little left to accomplish in the college ranks.
“I definitely wanted to check that off in my collegiate career, to be a national champion, because that’s difficult to do,” Harris said during a Sunday press conference after finishing second in the 800 at the USA Track and Field outdoor championships at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa. “It’s just as hard as winning a USA championship, …read more
Source: Bangor Daily News