Florida State Men, Clemson Women Claim ACC Track & Field Titles

April 20, 2013

RALEIGH, N.C. (theACC.com) - Florida State reclaimed the Atlantic Coast Conference  Men's Track and Field Championship after a one-year absence on Saturday, and the Clemson women captured the title for the fourth straight year with a clutch performance in the meet's final event.

Buoyed by six gold medal performances and a solid balance of scoring throughout the running and field events, the Seminole men slipped ahead early Saturday remained ahead throughout the day. FSU led the ACC Championship field for the 10th time in 12 years and for the seventh time under current head coach Bob Braman.

The 11th-ranked Tiger women were pushed to the limit by Florida State, but interim head coach Sean Cobey's troops kept the trophy in Clemson with a stirring closing performance in the 4x400 relay. With the Tigers and Seminoles tied in the scoring, the Clemson quartet of Kendra Harrison, Keisha Richburg, Brittany Pringley and Nia Fluker took the gold medal with a dominating time of 3:34.87.


Florida State's men placed atop the final standing with 149 points. Defending champion Virginia Tech, which remained close enough throughout to prevent the Seminoles from getting too comfortable, followed with 138. Clemson was next at 114, while North Carolina placed fourth at 113. Duke collected 66 points, followed by Virginia 63, Georgia Tech 53, NC State39, Miami 36, Wake Forest 26, Maryland 13 and Boston College 2.

Florida State's Dentarius Locke led all runners in scoring and earned Men's Most Valuable Track honors, while Miami shot put/discus thrower Isaiah Simmons was named the Most Valuable Field Performer.

Clemson's women finished with 151 points, followed by FSU at 146, NC State at 82, and Duke and Virginia with 76 points apiece. North Carolina placed sixth at 66, followed by Virginia Tech 56, Maryland 48.5, Wake Forest 32.5, Georgia Tech 29, Miami 27 and Boston College 25.

The Tigers' five-point margin of victory was the closest since 1991, when Clemson edged North Carolina by a three-point margin.

 
 


Clemson's Harrison earned Women's Most Valuable Track Performer honors, while Maryland's Teah LaFond took the Most Valuable Field Performer award.

ACC MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP

Florida State runners taking gold medals on Saturday included Locke in the 100 meters. Locke took the race with a time of 10.12, edging Virginia Tech's Darrell Wesh (10.14) in a thrilling photo finish. James Harris provided another gold medal for the Seminoles in the 400 meters, posting a winning time of 45.25.

Wesh would later return the favor, edging out Locke at the wire in the 200 meters to become the first Hokie to win the event. But the Seeminoles' overall depth proved too much for the rest of the field to overcome.

Clemson entered Saturday's competition as the ACC's leading men's 4x100 relay team. But a mishandled baton opened the door for Florida State to win the event for the fifth straight year. David Ambler, Locke, Stefan Brits, James Harris posted a winning time of 39.49.

Virginia Tech' Grant Pollock posted a winning time of 3:44.18 in the 1,500 meters, and Clemson's Spencer Adams continued his strong season in the 110 high hurdles with a winning time of 13.70. Georgia Tech's Brandon Lasater displayed his trademark homestretch kick to claim the 800 meters with a time of 1:48.79.

Clemson's Spencer Adams (13.70 in the 110 highs) and North Carolina's Rilwan Alowole (51.55 in the 400) took gold medals in the hurdles. Virginia Tech's Thomas Curtin won the final individual gold medal of the day, taking the 5,000 meters with a time of 13:58.

The men's field events on Saturday saw Georgia Tech's Aaron Unterberger become the first Yellow Jacket to win the pole vault, clearing the bar at 17-4 ½ feet (5.30 meters).  His teammate, Jonathan Gardner added a gold medal triple jump of 50-10 (15.49m) to give the Yellow Jackets five of the last seven titles in that event.

Virginia Tech continued its dominance of the hammer throw, as Tomas Kruzliak delivered a winning toss of 232-5 (70.84 meters).  The Hokies also prevailed in the high jump, as Ronnie Black won a jump-off over Maryland's Jon Hill after both cleared heights of 7-3¼ (2.23m).

 
 

ACC WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP

Clemson entered Saturday's running event finals tied for fourth place in the team standings, 26 points out of first place. But the Tigers immediately served notice they planned to go full-speed in their quest for another ACC Championship.

The Tigers' 4x100 relay team of Kendra Harrison, Brianna Rollins, Stormy  Kendrick and Dezerea Bryant raced to victory in 43.59, just off the meet record of 43.58 set by Clemson last year. Harrison (400 meters), Rollins (100 hurdles and 200 meters) added gold medals to key the Tigers' comeback.

With Clemson and Florida State tied in the team scoring and only three events remaining, a 1-2 showing by Rollins (23.04) and Bryant (23.21) in the 200 meters, plus a fifth-place showing by Keisha Richburg, keyed a surge that pushed the Tigers ahead at 139-117.

But the Seminoles had an answer in the 5,000 meter run, where Amanda Winslow (15:54.66), Colleen Quigley (15:58.90) and Kayleigh Tyerman (16:00.64) finished 1-2-3 to pick up 24 points. Thanks to a seventh-place (two-point) effort by Clemson's Natalie Anthony, the teams entered the final of event of the meet - the 4X400 relay - all even at 141 points apiece and setting the stage by the Tigers' fast finish.

North Carolina claimed the women's 1500-meter run for the second straight year as Lianne Farber led with a time of 4:19.86. Duke's Cydney Ross was the winner in the 800 with a time of 2:06.10.

In the women's field events, Amber Melville cleared a height of 6-0 ¾ (185 meters) to give the Terps their first gold medal in the high jump 2007. Virginia Tech's  Annjulie Vester became just the third woman to win back-to-back ACC titles in the hammer throw with a distance of 202-1 (61.61m).

Vester's title, coupled with Kruzliak, on the men's side, gave Virginia Tech a sweep of the men's and women's hammer throws in the ACC Championship for the fifth straight season.

Georgia Tech's Jhanelle McLeod won the triple jump with a distance of 13.02 meters.

The top three individuals in each event and members of each first-place relay team earned All-ACC honors.

The third and final day of ACC Championship competition begins Saturday at 11:30 a.m. with men's pole vault. Finals are set in four men's and three women's field events. Running events will be held from 4 until approximately 8 p.m., when 10 men's and 10 women's finals are slated.

For complete coverage of the 2013 ACC Outdoor Track & Field Championships, visit http://theacc.co/OTFChamps

Please see below for team scoring and the top-three finishers in each completed event held Thursday through Saturday.

MEN'S TEAM SCORING
1. Florida State 149
2. Virginia Tech 138
3. Clemson 114
4. North Carolina 113
5. Duke 66
6. Virginia 63
7. Georgia Tech 53
8. NC State 39
9. Miami 36
10. Wake Forest 26
11. Maryland 13
12. Boston College 2

MEN'S DISCUS
1. Jeff Pelage, Florida State 181-5 (55.89m)
2. Austin Gamble, Duke 181-3 (55.31m)
3. Isaiah Simmons, M/iami 178-6 (54.41m)

MEN'S JAVELIN
1. Matthias Treff, Virginia Tech 249-1 (75.92m)*
2. Morne Moolman, Florida State 231-8 (70.61m)
3. Ben Lincoln, Wake Forest 229-9 (70.03m)

MEN'S SHOT PUT
1. Isaiah Simmons, Miami 61-11 ¾ (18.89m)
2. Stargell Williams, Florida State 58-8 ¾ (17.90m)
3. Stephen Boals, Duke 57-9 ½ (17.61m)

MEN'S DECATHLON
1. Joe Hutchinson, North Carolina 7013
2. Ryan Ramsey, North Carolina 6,769
3. Paul Haley, North Carolina 6,735

MEN'S LONG JUMP
1. Stefan Brits, Florida State 26-5 (8.05m)*
2. Jeff Artis-Gray, Virginia Tech 26-0 ¾ (7.94m)
3. Jameel Abdul-Mateen, Clemson 25-2 (7.67m)

MEN'S POLE VAULT
1. Aaron Unterberger, Georgia Tech 17-4 ½ (5.30m)
2. Chris Uhle, Virginia Tech 16-8 ¾ (5.10m)
3. Andrew LaHaye, Florida State 16-8 ¾ (5.10m)

MEN'S TRIPLE JUMP
1. Jonathan Gardner, Georgia Tech  50-10 (15.49m)
2. Ryan Satchell, Virginia 50-03 ¼ (15.32m)
3. Owen Cain, Florida State 50-1 ¼ (15.27m)

MEN'S HAMMER THROW
1. Tomas Kruzliak, Virginia Tech 232-5 (70.84m)
2. Denis Mahmic, Virginia Tech 208-2 (63.46m)
3. Markindey Sineus, Florida State 186-6 (56.84m)

MEN'S HIGH JUMP
1. Ronnie Black, Virginia Tech 7-3 ¼ (2.23m)
2. Jon Hill, Maryland 7-3 ¼ (2.23m)
3. Kris Kornegay-Gober, NC State 7-1 ½ (2.21m)

MEN'S 10,000 METERS
1. Breandan O'Neill, Florida State 29:59.28
2. Thomas Porter, Virginia 30:05.24
3. Mike Mowerman, Duke 30:06.35

MEN'S STEEPLECHASE
1. Zak Seddon, Florida State 8:47.80
2. Ty McCormack, Clemson 8:50.81
3. Brian Himelright, NC State 8:54.44

MEN'S 4X100 RELAY
1.  Florida State 39.49 (David Ambler, Dentarius Locke, Stefan Brits, James Harris)

MEN'S 1500 METERS
1. Grant Pollock, Virginia Tech 3:44.18
2. Isaac Presson, North Carolina 3:45.18    
3. Graham Crawford, NC State 3:45.34    

MEN'S 110 METER HIGH HURDLES
1. Spencer Adams, Clemson 13.70
2. Marcus Maxey , Clemson 14.04
3. Jeff Artis-Gray, Virginia Tech 14.21

MEN'S 400 METERS
1. James Harris, Florida State 45.25
2. Brunson Miller, Clemson 46.08
3. Alonzo Russell, Florida State 46.14

MEN'S 100 METERS
1. Dentarius Locke, Florida State 10.12
2. Darrell Wesh, Virginia Tech 10.14
3. Tevin Hester, Clemson 10.22

MEN'S 800 METERS
1. Brandon Lasater, Georgia Tech 1:48.79
2. Darrin Gibson, Florida State 149.11
3. Tihut Degfoe, Virginia Tech 149.40

MEN'S 400 METER HURDLES
1. Rilwan Alowonle, North Carolina 51.55           
2. Reynaldo Radlin, North Carolina 51.68
3. Marcus Maxey, Clemson 52.48

MEN'S 200 METERS
1. Darrell Wesh, Virginia Tech 20.70
2. Dentarius Locke, Florida State 20.73
3. Tevin Hester, Clemson 20.90

MEN'S 5000 METERS
1. Thomas Curtin, Virginia Tech 13:58.77
2. Mark Amirault, Virginia 13:59.21
3. Andrew Colley, NC State 14:00.92

MEN'S 4x400 RELAY
1.  North Carolna 3:09.34 (Rilwan Alowolne, Reynaldo Radlin,  Sean Sutton, Clayton Parros)

* Denotes ACC Championship meet record

WOMEN'S TEAM SCORING
1. Clemson  151
2. Florida State 146
3. NC State 82
4. Virginia 76
4. Duke 76
6. North Carolina 66
7. Virginia Tech 56
8. Maryland 48.5
9. Wake Forest 32.5
10. Georgia Tech 29
11. Miami 27
12. Boston College 25

WOMEN'S JAVELIN
1. Jessie Merckle, Wake Forest 162-8 (49.51m)
2. Abbey Karin, Virginia 159-06 (48.61m)
3. Chelsea Whalen, Florida State 149-11 (45.70m)

WOMEN'S DISCUS
1. Kellion Knibb 179-1 (59.54 m)
2. Sequoia Watkins, NC State 172-9 (52.65m)
3. Brittney Waller, Clemson 169-1 (51.55m)

WOMEN'S POLE VAULT
1. Martina Schultze, Virginia Tech 13-5 (4.10m)
2. Cameron Overstreet, North Carolina 13-5 (4.10m)
3. Laura Terstappen, Clemson 13-1 ½ (4.00m)

WOMEN'S SHOT PUT
1. Chelsea Whalen, Florida State 53-7 (16.33m)
2. Tremanisha Taylor, NC State 53-5 ½ (16.29m)
3. Michelle Anumba, Duke 53-4 ½ (16.27m)

WOMEN'S HEPTATHLON
1. Whitney Fountain, Clemson 5094
2. Tory Kemp, North Carolina 5078
3. Karli Johonnot, Duke 5016

WOMEN'S LONG JUMP
1. Karimah Shepherd, NC State 21-1 ¼ (6.43m)
2. Jacinda Evans, North Carolina 21-1 ¼ (6.43m)
3. Chrishawn Williams, North Carolina 20-8 ½ (6.31m)

WOMEN'S HAMMER THROW
1. Annjulie Vester, Virginia Tech 202-1 (61.61m)
2, Brittney Waller, Clemson 187-2 (57.04m)
3. Lea Johnson, Miami 185-5 (56.21m)

WOMEN'S HIGH JUMP
1. Amber Melville, Maryland 6-0 ¾ (1.85m)
2. Thea LaFond, Maryland 5-11 ½ (1.82m)
3. Lacy Shuman, NC State 5-10 ½ (1.79m)

WOMEN'S TRIPLE JUMP
1. Jhanelle McLeod, Georgia Tech 42-8 ¾ (13.02m)
2. Thea LaFond, Maryland 42-8 (13.00m)
3. Erin Brooks, Wake Forest 42-0 (12.80m)

WOMEN'S 10,000 METERS
1. Catherine White, Virginia 34:12.79
2. Andie Cozzarelli, NC State 34:15.47
3. Kayleigh Tyerman, Florida State 34:17.53

WOMEN'S STEEPLECHASE
1. Colleen Quigley, Florida State 10:01.95
2. Bridget Dahlberg, Boston College 10:11.57
3. Morgan Mueller, Boston College 10:19.14

WOMEN'S 4X100 RELAY
1.  Clemson 43.9 (Kendra Harrison, Brianna Rollins, Stormy  Kendrick, Dezerea Bryant)

WOMEN'S 1500 METERS
1. Lianne Farber, North Carolina 4:19.86
2. Vicky Fouhy, Virginia 4:21.43
3. Annie LeHardy, North Carolina 4:23.40

WOMEN'S 100 METER HURDLES
1. Brianna Rollins, Clemson 12.87
2. Kendra Harrison, Clemson 13.04
3. Anne Zagre, Florida State 13.33

WOMEN'S 400 METERS
1. Jordan Lavender, Virginia 52.95
2. Elizabeth Ichite, Florida State 53.07
3. Nia Fluker, Clemson 53.37

WOMEN'S 100 METERS
1. Dezera Bryant, Clemson 11.42
2. Stormy Kendrick, Clemson 11.58
3. Marecia Pemberton, Florida State 11.72

WOMEN'S 800 METERS
1. Cydney Ross, Duke 206.10
2. Vanessa Fabrizio, Virginia 2:06.54
3. Anima Banks, Duke 2:07.44

WOMEN'S 400 METER HURDLES
1. Kendra Harrison, Clemson 56.58
2. Sage Watson, Florida State 58.50
3. Leah Nugent, Virginia Tech 59.22

WOMEN'S 200 METERS
1. Brianna Rollins, Clemson 23.04
2. Dezerea Bryant, Clemson 23.21
3. Jordan Lavender, Virginia 23.98

WOMEN'S 5000 METERS
1. Amanda Winslow, Florida State 15:54.66
2. Colleen Quigley, Florida State 15:58.90
3. Kayleigh Tyerman, Florida State 16:00.64

WOMEN'S 4x400 RELAY
1.  Clemson  3:34.87 (Kendra Harrison, Keisha Richburg, Brittany Pringley, Nia Fluker)

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Saturday, April 20, 2013

 

Florida State Men, Clemson Women Claim ACC Track & Field Titles

Seminole men win for ninth time in 11 years; Championship is fourth straight for Tiger women

RALEIGH, N.C. (theACC.com) - Florida State reclaimed the Atlantic Coast Conference  Men's Track and Field Championship after a one-year absence on Saturday, and the Clemson women captured the title for the fourth straight year with a clutch performance in the meet's final event.

Buoyed by six gold medal performances and a solid balance of scoring throughout the running and field events, the Seminole men slipped ahead early Saturday remained ahead throughout the day. FSU led the ACC Championship field for the 10th time in 12 years and for the seventh time under current head coach Bob Braman.

The 11th-ranked Tiger women were pushed to the limit by Florida State, but interim head coach Sean Cobey's troops kept the trophy in Clemson with a stirring closing performance in the 4x400 relay. With the Tigers and Seminoles tied in the scoring, the Clemson quartet of Kendra Harrison, Keisha Richburg, Brittany Pringley and Nia Fluker took the gold medal with a dominating time of 3:34.87.

Florida State's men placed atop the final standing with 149 points. Defending champion Virginia Tech, which remained close enough throughout to prevent the Seminoles from getting too comfortable, followed with 138. Clemson was next at 114, while North Carolina placed fourth at 113. Duke collected 66 points, followed by Virginia 63, Georgia Tech 53, NC State39, Miami 36, Wake Forest 26, Maryland 13 and Boston College 2.

Florida State's Dentarius Locke led all runners in scoring and earned Men's Most Valuable Track honors, while Miami shot put/discus thrower Isaiah Simmons was named the Most Valuable Field Performer.

Clemson's women finished with 151 points, followed by FSU at 146, NC State at 82, and Duke and Virginia with 76 points apiece. North Carolina placed sixth at 66, followed by Virginia Tech 56, Maryland 48.5, Wake Forest 32.5, Georgia Tech 29, Miami 27 and Boston College 25.


The Tigers' five-point margin of victory was the closest since 1991, when Clemson edged North Carolina by a three-point margin.

Clemson's Harrison earned Women's Most Valuable Track Performer honors, while Maryland's Teah LaFond took the Most Valuable Field Performer award.

ACC MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP

Florida State runners taking gold medals on Saturday included Locke in the 100 meters. Locke took the race with a time of 10.12, edging Virginia Tech's Darrell Wesh (10.14) in a thrilling photo finish. James Harris provided another gold medal for the Seminoles in the 400 meters, posting a winning time of 45.25.

Wesh would later return the favor, edging out Locke at the wire in the 200 meters to become the first Hokie to win the event. But the Seeminoles' overall depth proved too much for the rest of the field to overcome.

Clemson entered Saturday's competition as the ACC's leading men's 4x100 relay team. But a mishandled baton opened the door for Florida State to win the event for the fifth straight year. David Ambler, Locke, Stefan Brits, James Harris posted a winning time of 39.49.

Virginia Tech' Grant Pollock posted a winning time of 3:44.18 in the 1,500 meters, and Clemson's Spencer Adams continued his strong season in the 110 high hurdles with a winning time of 13.70. Georgia Tech's Brandon Lasater displayed his trademark homestretch kick to claim the 800 meters with a time of 1:48.79.

 

Clemson's Spencer Adams (13.70 in the 110 highs) and North Carolina's Rilwan Alowole (51.55 in the 400) took gold medals in the hurdles. Virginia Tech's Thomas Curtin won the final individual gold medal of the day, taking the 5,000 meters with a time of 13:58.

The men's field events on Saturday saw Georgia Tech's Aaron Unterberger become the first Yellow Jacket to win the pole vault, clearing the bar at 17-4 ½ feet (5.30 meters).  His teammate, Jonathan Gardner added a gold medal triple jump of 50-10 (15.49m) to give the Yellow Jackets five of the last seven titles in that event.

Virginia Tech continued its dominance of the hammer throw, as Tomas Kruzliak delivered a winning toss of 232-5 (70.84 meters).  The Hokies also prevailed in the high jump, as Ronnie Black won a jump-off over Maryland's Jon Hill after both cleared heights of 7-3¼ (2.23m).

ACC WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP

Clemson entered Saturday's running event finals tied for fourth place in the team standings, 26 points out of first place. But the Tigers immediately served notice they planned to go full-speed in their quest for another ACC Championship.

The Tigers' 4x100 relay team of Kendra Harrison, Brianna Rollins, Stormy  Kendrick and Dezerea Bryant raced to victory in 43.59, just off the meet record of 43.58 set by Clemson last year. Harrison (400 meters), Rollins (100 hurdles and 200 meters) added gold medals to key the Tigers' comeback.

With Clemson and Florida State tied in the team scoring and only three events remaining, a 1-2 showing by Rollins (23.04) and Bryant (23.21) in the 200 meters, plus a fifth-place showing by Keisha Richburg, keyed a surge that pushed the Tigers ahead at 139-117.

But the Seminoles had an answer in the 5,000 meter run, where Amanda Winslow (15:54.66), Colleen Quigley (15:58.90) and Kayleigh Tyerman (16:00.64) finished 1-2-3 to pick up 24 points. Thanks to a seventh-place (two-point) effort by Clemson's Natalie Anthony, the teams entered the final of event of the meet - the 4X400 relay - all even at 141 points apiece and setting the stage by the Tigers' fast finish.

North Carolina claimed the women's 1500-meter run for the second straight year as Lianne Farber led with a time of 4:19.86. Duke's Cydney Ross was the winner in the 800 with a time of 2:06.10.

In the women's field events, Amber Melville cleared a height of 6-0 ¾ (185 meters) to give the Terps their first gold medal in the high jump 2007. Virginia Tech's  Annjulie Vester became just the third woman to win back-to-back ACC titles in the hammer throw with a distance of 202-1 (61.61m).

Vester's title, coupled with Kruzliak, on the men's side, gave Virginia Tech a sweep of the men's and women's hammer throws in the ACC Championship for the fifth straight season.

Georgia Tech's Jhanelle McLeod won the triple jump with a distance of 13.02 meters.

The top three individuals in each event and members of each first-place relay team earned All-ACC honors.

The third and final day of ACC Championship competition begins Saturday at 11:30 a.m. with men's pole vault. Finals are set in four men's and three women's field events. Running events will be held from 4 until approximately 8 p.m., when 10 men's and 10 women's finals are slated.

For complete coverage of the 2013 ACC Outdoor Track & Field Championships, visit http://theacc.co/OTFChamps

Please see below for team scoring and the top-three finishers in each completed event held Thursday through Saturday.

MEN'S TEAM SCORING
1. Florida State 149
2. Virginia Tech 138
3. Clemson 114
4. North Carolina 113
5. Duke 66
6. Virginia 63
7. Georgia Tech 53
8. NC State 39
9. Miami 36
10. Wake Forest 26
11. Maryland 13

12. Boston College 2

MEN'S DISCUS
1. Jeff Pelage, Florida State 181-5 (55.89m)
2. Austin Gamble, Duke 181-3 (55.31m)
3. Isaiah Simmons, M/iami 178-6 (54.41m)

MEN'S JAVELIN
1. Matthias Treff, Virginia Tech 249-1 (75.92m)*
2. Morne Moolman, Florida State 231-8 (70.61m)
3. Ben Lincoln, Wake Forest 229-9 (70.03m)

MEN'S SHOT PUT
1. Isaiah Simmons, Miami 61-11 ¾ (18.89m)
2. Stargell Williams, Florida State 58-8 ¾ (17.90m)
3. Stephen Boals, Duke 57-9 ½ (17.61m)

MEN'S DECATHLON
1. Joe Hutchinson, North Carolina 7013
2. Ryan Ramsey, North Carolina 6,769
3. Paul Haley, North Carolina 6,735

MEN'S LONG JUMP
1. Stefan Brits, Florida State 26-5 (8.05m)*
2. Jeff Artis-Gray, Virginia Tech 26-0 ¾ (7.94m)
3. Jameel Abdul-Mateen, Clemson 25-2 (7.67m)

MEN'S POLE VAULT

1. Aaron Unterberger, Georgia Tech 17-4 ½ (5.30m)

2. Chris Uhle, Virginia Tech 16-8 ¾ (5.10m)

3. Andrew LaHaye, Florida State 16-8 ¾ (5.10m)

 

MEN'S TRIPLE JUMP

1. Jonathan Gardner, Georgia Tech  50-10 (15.49m)
2. Ryan Satchell, Virginia 50-03 ¼ (15.32m)

3. Owen Cain, Florida State 50-1 ¼ (15.27m)

 

MEN'S HAMMER THROW

1. Tomas Kruzliak, Virginia Tech 232-5 (70.84m)

2. Denis Mahmic, Virginia Tech 208-2 (63.46m)

3. Markindey Sineus, Florida State 186-6 (56.84m)

 

MEN'S HIGH JUMP

1. Ronnie Black, Virginia Tech 7-3 ¼ (2.23m)

2. Jon Hill, Maryland 7-3 ¼ (2.23m)

3. Kris Kornegay-Gober, NC State 7-1 ½ (2.21m)


MEN'S 10,000 METERS
1. Breandan O'Neill, Florida State 29:59.28
2. Thomas Porter, Virginia 30:05.24
3. Mike Mowerman, Duke 30:06.35

MEN'S STEEPLECHASE
1. Zak Seddon, Florida State 8:47.80
2. Ty McCormack, Clemson 8:50.81
3. Brian Himelright, NC State 8:54.44

 

MEN'S 4X100 RELAY

1.  Florida State 39.49 (David Ambler, Dentarius Locke, Stefan Brits, James Harris)

 

MEN'S 1500 METERS

1. Grant Pollock, Virginia Tech 3:44.18

2. Isaac Presson, North Carolina 3:45.18    

3. Graham Crawford, NC State 3:45.34   

 

MEN'S 110 METER HIGH HURDLES

1. Spencer Adams, Clemson 13.70

2. Marcus Maxey , Clemson 14.04

3. Jeff Artis-Gray, Virginia Tech 14.21

 

MEN'S 400 METERS

1. James Harris, Florida State 45.25

2. Brunson Miller, Clemson 46.08

3. Alonzo Russell, Florida State 46.14

 

MEN'S 100 METERS

1. Dentarius Locke, Florida State 10.12

2. Darrell Wesh, Virginia Tech 10.14

3. Tevin Hester, Clemson 10.22

 

MEN'S 800 METERS

1. Brandon Lasater, Georgia Tech 1:48.79

2. Darrin Gibson, Florida State 149.11

3. Tihut Degfoe, Virginia Tech 149.40

 

MEN'S 400 METER HURDLES

1. Rilwan Alowonle, North Carolina 51.55          

2. Reynaldo Radlin, North Carolina 51.68

3. Marcus Maxey, Clemson 52.48

 

MEN'S 200 METERS

1. Darrell Wesh, Virginia Tech 20.70

2. Dentarius Locke, Florida State 20.73

3. Tevin Hester, Clemson 20.90

 

MEN'S 5000 METERS

1. Thomas Curtin, Virginia Tech 13:58.77

2. Mark Amirault, Virginia 13:59.21

3. Andrew Colley, NC State 14:00.92

 

MEN'S 4x400 RELAY

1.  North Carolna 3:09.34 (Rilwan Alowolne, Reynaldo Radlin,  Sean Sutton, Clayton Parros)

 


* Denotes ACC Championship meet record

WOMEN'S TEAM SCORING
1. Clemson  151
2. Florida State 146
3. NC State 82
4. Virginia 76

4. Duke 76
6. North Carolina 66
7. Virginia Tech 56
8. Maryland 48.5
9. Wake Forest 32.5
10. Georgia Tech 29

11. Miami 27

12. Boston College 25

WOMEN'S JAVELIN
1. Jessie Merckle, Wake Forest 162-8 (49.51m)
2. Abbey Karin, Virginia 159-06 (48.61m)
3. Chelsea Whalen, Florida State 149-11 (45.70m)

WOMEN'S DISCUS
1. Kellion Knibb 179-1 (59.54 m)
2. Sequoia Watkins, NC State 172-9 (52.65m)
3. Brittney Waller, Clemson 169-1 (51.55m)

WOMEN'S POLE VAULT
1. Martina Schultze, Virginia Tech 13-5 (4.10m)
2. Cameron Overstreet, North Carolina 13-5 (4.10m)
3. Laura Terstappen, Clemson 13-1 ½ (4.00m)

WOMEN'S SHOT PUT
1. Chelsea Whalen, Florida State 53-7 (16.33m)
2. Tremanisha Taylor, NC State 53-5 ½ (16.29m)
3. Michelle Anumba, Duke 53-4 ½ (16.27m)

WOMEN'S HEPTATHLON
1. Whitney Fountain, Clemson 5094
2. Tory Kemp, North Carolina 5078
3. Karli Johonnot, Duke 5016

WOMEN'S LONG JUMP
1. Karimah Shepherd, NC State 21-1 ¼ (6.43m)
2. Jacinda Evans, North Carolina 21-1 ¼ (6.43m)
3. Chrishawn Williams, North Carolina 20-8 ½ (6.31m)

 

WOMEN'S HAMMER THROW
1. Annjulie Vester, Virginia Tech 202-1 (61.61m)

2, Brittney Waller, Clemson 187-2 (57.04m)

3. Lea Johnson, Miami 185-5 (56.21m)

 

WOMEN'S HIGH JUMP

1. Amber Melville, Maryland 6-0 ¾ (1.85m)
2. Thea LaFond, Maryland 5-11 ½ (1.82m)

3. Lacy Shuman, NC State 5-10 ½ (1.79m)

 

WOMEN'S TRIPLE JUMP

1. Jhanelle McLeod, Georgia Tech 42-8 ¾ (13.02m)

2. Thea LaFond, Maryland 42-8 (13.00m)

3. Erin Brooks, Wake Forest 42-0 (12.80m)


WOMEN'S 10,000 METERS
1. Catherine White, Virginia 34:12.79
2. Andie Cozzarelli, NC State 34:15.47
3. Kayleigh Tyerman, Florida State 34:17.53

WOMEN'S STEEPLECHASE
1. Colleen Quigley, Florida State 10:01.95
2. Bridget Dahlberg, Boston College 10:11.57
3. Morgan Mueller, Boston College 10:19.14

 

WOMEN'S 4X100 RELAY

1.  Clemson 43.9 (Kendra Harrison, Brianna Rollins, Stormy  Kendrick, Dezerea Bryant)

 

WOMEN'S 1500 METERS

1. Lianne Farber, North Carolina 4:19.86

2. Vicky Fouhy, Virginia 4:21.43

3. Annie LeHardy, North Carolina 4:23.40

 

WOMEN'S 100 METER HURDLES

1. Brianna Rollins, Clemson 12.87

2. Kendra Harrison, Clemson 13.04

3. Anne Zagre, Florida State 13.33

 

WOMEN'S 400 METERS

1. Jordan Lavender, Virginia 52.95

2. Elizabeth Ichite, Florida State 53.07

3. Nia Fluker, Clemson 53.37

 

WOMEN'S 100 METERS

1. Dezera Bryant, Clemson 11.42

2. Stormy Kendrick, Clemson 11.58

3. Marecia Pemberton, Florida State 11.72

 

WOMEN'S 800 METERS

1. Cydney Ross, Duke 206.10

2. Vanessa Fabrizio, Virginia 2:06.54

3. Anima Banks, Duke 2:07.44

 

WOMEN'S 400 METER HURDLES

1. Kendra Harrison, Clemson 56.58

2. Sage Watson, Florida State 58.50

3. Leah Nugent, Virginia Tech 59.22

 

WOMEN'S 200 METERS

1. Brianna Rollins, Clemson 23.04

2. Dezerea Bryant, Clemson 23.21

3. Jordan Lavender, Virginia 23.98

 

WOMEN'S 5000 METERS

1. Amanda Winslow, Florida State 15:54.66

2. Colleen Quigley, Florida State 15:58.90

3. Kayleigh Tyerman, Florida State 16:00.64

 

WOMEN'S 4x400 RELAY

1.  Clemson  3:34.87 (Kendra Harrison, Keisha Richburg, Brittany Pringley, Nia Fluker)

 

 

 

 

Steve Phillips

Associate Director of Communications

The Atlantic Coast Conference

4512 Weybridge Lane

Greensboro, NC 27407

 

sphillips@theacc.org

(336) 851-6062, ext. 1004

(336) 337-7422 - cell

(336) 854-8797 - fax

 

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