St. Augustine’s University senior Tia-Adana Belle celebrates atop the podium after winning the 400-meter hurdles for the third straight year at the NCAA Women’s Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championships.
St. Augustine’s University senior Tia-Adana Belle celebrates atop the podium after winning the 400-meter hurdles for the third straight year at the NCAA Women’s Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championships. David Wilson dwilson@bradenton.com
St. Augustine’s University senior Tia-Adana Belle celebrates atop the podium after winning the 400-meter hurdles for the third straight year at the NCAA Women’s Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championships. David Wilson dwilson@bradenton.com

Barbados Olympian Tia-Adana Belle finishes storied D-II career at St. Augustine’s

May 27, 2017 09:57 PM

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