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Upper Marlboro, Md.
high school
DeMatha Catholic



Enters senior season with major momentum…a healthy 2018 outdoor season produced first-team All-American honors in the 4×100 and a new 100-meter PB (10.09)…was NCAA Outdoor Championships qualifier in two events…poised to be a major contributor as Noles chase NCAA podium finishes.



Indoor: Promising indoor season was essentially cut short by injury after two meets…opened up in the 60-meter dash at the Orange & Purple, where he advanced to the finals…finished second in the 60-meter finals at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational (6.68), despite pulling up just short of the finish line…made ACC Championships cameo in the 200 preliminaries following a month of rehab. Outdoor: Competed in eight meets, but was brought along slowly as he continued to recover…flashed progress at National Relay Championships with fourth-place 100-meter finish in NCAA East-qualifying time of 10.32…was a significant contributor to the Noles’ ACC Outdoor team title, handling a leg on the runner-up 4×100 relay and finished third in the 100-meter final (10.38); also recorded season-best 21.20 in 200 prelims…punched NCAA Championships ticket in two events at the NCAA East Preliminary, highlighted by his lifetime-best 10.09 100-meter qualifying mark; ninth-fastest in program history…handled stick on then SB 39.12 4×100…at NCAA Championships, ran legal 10.15 in 100-meter prelims – fastest 15th-place time on record – for second-team All-American honors…helped Noles reach finals in 4×100 with SB and No. 8 FSU all-time 39.00…grabbed his first first-team All-American certificate when Noles placed fifth in final…capped his season by competing at the USATF National Championships in the 100-meter dash.



Indoor – Turned in the finest season of his career, posting FSU top-10 all-time marks in both the 60- and 200-meter dashes, while advancing to the NCAA Championships individually for the first time…earned ACC Track Co-MVP honors are sweeping the 60 and 200 titles…his winning 200 of 21.07 moved him to No. 10 all-time among Noles…opened the season with a 60-meter win at Clemson Invitational but had a major breakthrough when he ran 6.59 in the 60-meter final to win the prestigious Tyson Invitational…his winning time ranks No. 6 all-time among Noles, and it also secured him a spot at the NCAA Championships…placed 14th at the NCAA Championships, pulling up with a leg injury in the prelims, which would limit his outdoor season. Outdoor – Competed in only four outdoor meets as he recovered from injury…was a member of the runner-up 4×100 relay at the ACC Championships…also handled the anchor leg on the 4×100 at the NCAA East Preliminary, where the Noles ran a season-best 39.71 but came up two positions shy of qualifying for the NCAA Championships.


Outdoor: Handled second leg at NCAA Championships where the Noles’ 4×100 posted the No. 13 time for second-team All-American honors…contributed strong second leg to auto qualifying 4×100 with SB (39.53) time…injury on first day of ACC Championships in 200 prelims (21.45) forced him from meet…won the 100 at UNF Twilight in SB 10.32…also 100 winner at Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee (10.43) and  FSU Relays (10.34)…member of eighth-place Penn Relays 4×100…posted SB 21.04 in 200 at Seminole Invitational…has qualified for USATF Junior Nationals in Clovis, Cal. later this month and will try and make IAAF World Junior Championships. Indoor: Finished second at ACC Championships in 60m dash final after posting SB (6.67) in preliminary round…placed third at meet in 200 with SB (21.31)…placed seventh in 60 at Tyson Invitational…was fifth in Razorback Invitational 60 final.


Won 2014 New Balance Nationals Outdoor Championship 100m title in 10.20 – No. 2 in country as a high school junior at DeMatha Catholic …three-time WCAC champion in 100-200… fastest 100m runner in Maryland high school history…three-year Washington Post All-Met selection for both indoor and outdoor…finished 3rd in 60m at New Balance Indoors (2015)…runner-up in 200m at New Balance Indoors (2014)…son of Darryl Haraway Sr. and Helen Haraway…also played four years of varsity football…intends to major in Interior Design…born March, 20, 1997.