Hall of Fame induction: 2014
Kami’lah was an outstanding hurdler and sprinter at all levels. She won national championships as an age-group runner, was named the William A. Thomson Award winner as the Girls’ State MVP in 2002 and indoor 2003, and was a two-time All American in the indoor 200m as a Glasgow student-athlete. She earned 24 state titles and still holds the indoor state and meet record in the 200m.
She was a three-time All-Big Ten sprinter/hurdler and was a member of Penn State’s first-ever Big Ten Championship. While at Penn State, she broke a 21 year-old record running a time 8.02 in the 55mHH. She recorded performances that currently still rank in the top 5 in Penn State history. She finished her career at Florida State. After recovering from a torn hamstring, she placed seventh in the 100m and ninth in the 200m at the ACC Championships, making 4 NCAA appearances. Post collegiately, she ran a :13.15, which ranked her amongst the top hurdlers in the world. Her personal bests were :08.50-60m HH, :13.15-100m HH, :07.47-60m, :11.56-100m, :23.60-200m.