IRVINGTON, N.Y. -- Irvington High School senior Kiana Lee signed a National Letter of Intent to accept a scholarship for track and field at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte on Wednesday.
Lee officially signed in front of family, coaches and administrators at Irvington High School.
Lee holds 10 school records. She recently won the Section 1 State Qualifier in the 300-meter race with a time of 39.31, the fifth fastest all-time record in Westchester County and sixth fastest time in Section I history.
She anchored the girls 4 x 400 relay at the 2013 New York Outdoor State Meet to a second place finish in division two and eighth in the federation in a time of 3:56.89, a time which still stands as the school record.
At the 2015 New York Indoor State Meet, she ran the 300-meter race and was second place among public schools and third place in the federation. Her 200 meter time of 24.98 ranks her sixth all-time in Westchester and ninth all-time in Section One.
“Kiana is a tremendously talented individual in and outside of the classroom, and she has made the District and high school administration very proud,” said Athletic Director Arthur McCormack. “Over the years, she has represented us with great pride, maintained an impressive work ethic and has accomplished so much in her time at Irvington High School. We congratulate her on committing to the University of North Carolina- Charlotte and wish her great success for years to come.”
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