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Clemson Men’s Cross Country Finishes Fourth At 2002 ACC Cross Country Championships

Clemson Men’s Cross Country Finishes Fourth At 2002 ACC Cross Country Championships

Nov. 2, 2002

ATLANTA, GA – The Clemson men’s cross country team competed at the 2002 ACC Championships Saturday at the Georgia Regional Hospital Cross Country Course. North Carolina State won the meet with 17 points, while Duke was second with 69 points. Virginia placed third with 95 points and Clemson tallied 103 points to finish fourth. Florida State recorded 123 points for fifth place, Wake Forest took sixth place with 148 points and North Carolina posted 187 points for seventh place. Maryland placed eighth with 219 points, and Georgia Tech rounded out the field with 243 points.

Senior Clay Pendleton was 55th in 27:18.2.

ACC Championships Results 1. North Carolina State 17 pts. 2. Duke 69 pts 3. Virginia 95 pts. 4. Clemson 103 pts. 5. Florida State 123 pts. 6. Wake Forest 148 pts. 7. North Carolina 187 pts. 8. Maryland 219 pts. 9. Georgia Tech 243 pts. Clemson ResultsJason Meany (4) – 24:39.0Derrick Wyatt (16) – 25:21.7Scott Shaw (18) – 25:27.6 Ryan Fenton (32) – 25:47.7 David Adams (33) – 25:51.4 Matt Pimentel (49) – 26:41.1 Clay Pendleton (55) – 27:18.2

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