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Najee Glass

Woodbridge, NJ
St. Peters Prep

Najee Glassí TFRRS Profile (for top performances and meet results)


2013: Member of the 2013 NCAA champion menís 4x400-meter relay, racing the opening leg for the Gators to clinch the NCAA team title and earn First Team All-America honors Ö Advanced to Eugene in the menís 400 to receive Honorable Mention All-America recognition Ö Competed at the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the menís 400 meters, advancing to the semifinals Ö Finished second overall in the menís 400 meters at the Pepsi Florida Relays, racing to a PR of 45.71 Ö Ran an indoor PR of 45.97 in the semifinals of the menís 400m and finished seventh in the final with a time of 46.54 and finished second in the menís 4x4 with a season-best time of 3:03.71 at NCAA Indoor Championship ÖPlaced second as a member of the menís 4x4 relay with a season-best 3:04.31 at the SEC Indoor Championship Ö Competed at the Crimson Tide Indoor Opener, claiming fourth with a time of 21.38 and ran the opening leg for the menís 4x4 that won with a time of 3:07.59 Ö Ran first leg for the menís 4x4 team that ran a then season-best and world-leading time of 3:05.93 at the Razorback Invitational.


HIGH SCHOOL/PREP: Competed at St. Peterís Preparatory High School in Woodbridge, N.J. Glass, who is the freshman record holder for the state of New Jersey in the 400 and 600 meters, has vast experience competing nationally and internationally, as he has earned podium finishes in eight national meets throughout his career. Glass, who boasts personal records of 21.23 (200m), 46.43 (400m) and 1:02.22 (500m), ran the second-fastest time in the nation and the second fastest all-time in the 500m at the New Balance Games in 2012 and qualified for the IAAF World Youth Championships in 2011, where he was a member of the sprint medley relay team that broke the world youth record, running the 300 meter leg. Glass won the 400 national crown at indoor New Balance Nationals in March, racing to a time of 46.57 to set a New Jersey record and fourth-best all-time in U.S. History. Glass was ranked in the top five nationally in five events, according to Dye Stat, including indoors for the 200 (third - 21.48), 400 (second - 46.57), 500 (second - 1:02.16), 600 (fifth - 1:20.47), and outdoors for the 400 (third - 46.43).

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