July 3, 2012
Former OBU hurdler Latoya Greaves will represent Jamaica in the 2012 Olympics, competing in the 100 meter hurdles.
Greaves placed second in the finals of the trials in Jamaica Sunday night with a personal-record of 12.77 seconds.
Greaves won the NAIA national championship for OBU in that event in 2006.
Greaves gives OBU four representatives at the London games. Former Lady Bison Nickeisha Wilson also will represent Jamaica in the 400 hurdles. Michael Rodgers is expected to be announced as a member of the USA track 4x100 relay team and Ines Remersaro will represent Uraguay in women's swimming.