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Bradford E. Morris

Hall of Fame induction:  1997

Brad, a two time NCAA Division I All American at Delaware State University, was the first student athlete in the history of the school in any sport to receive NCAA Division I All American recognition. Brad finished fifth indoors at the NCAA Championships in 1975 with a time of 49.1 and was an MEAC Conference Champion and the team captain at Delaware State.

In 1974 and 1975, Brad was an NAIA All American in the sprints. During 1974, he either held or was a co-holder of five of Delaware residents all time track and field records; quarter mile, 47.3; 440 yard relay, 41.9; 880 yard relay, 1:27.8; distance medley, 10:05.2; and sprint medley, 3:22.2. His best time in the 440 yard was 46.7 and he ran the 100 yard and 220 yard in 9.6 and 21.7.

Delaware T&F Hall of Fame member

Delaware T&F Hall of Fame member


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