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Track and field student-athlete BriAuna Keys receives NKU’s prestigious Regents Award

 Northern Kentucky University track and field student-athlete BriAuna Keys has been named the recipient of NKU’s prestigious Regents Award.

BriAuna Keys

The Regents Award is given to a senior student who has demonstrated professionalism and leadership within the University Community and who has an emphasis on the continuation of graduate level work. A minimum grade point average of 3.3 is required.

The student may show evidence of the intent to pursue further educational opportunities. The Northern Kentucky University Board of Regents sponsors this award.
The Mason, Ohio, native is a four-time track and field Horizon League All-Academic Team honoree. During the recent indoor track and field season, the senior took silver at the HL Indoor Championship in the 400m with a season-best time of 56.60. 
Keys is an accounting and business information systems double major. Among her numerous accolades as a student-athlete, Keys was selected to represent NKU and the Horizon League at the NCAA Student Athlete Leadership Forum. The forum is designed by the NCAA to engage a diverse and dynamic representation of student-athletes, coaches, faculty and administrations in helping to develop leadership skills, explore the relationship between personal values, core beliefs and behavioral styles, a thorough understanding of the NCAA as a whole and the valuable role of Student-Athlete Advisory Committees.

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