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Clemson Men’s Track And Field Claims Sixth Consecutive ACC Indoor Title

Clemson Men’s Track And Field Claims Sixth Consecutive ACC Indoor Title

Feb. 16, 2002

CHAPEL HILL, NC – The Clemson men’s track and field team claimed its sixth consecutive ACC Indoor Track and Field Championship Saturday at the Dick Taylor Track in Eddie Smith Field House. Clemson scored 132 points, followed by Florida State which narrowly edged Georgia Tech, 95-94. NC State took fourth with 82 points, North Carolina was fifth (77), Wake Forest finished sixth (60), Duke and Virginia tied for seventh with 32 points, and Maryland was ninth with 14 points.

Matt Gunn was 23rd with a time of 8:48.74. The Tigers’ 4x400m relay team of Bolling, Kitchens, Potter and Hodge placed sixth with a time of 3:27.48.

In the weight throw, Andrew Kessler was 11th (14’11”). In the triple jump, Brit Barrow placed fifth with a mark of 47’11.25″, and Terrance McDaniel finished seventh with a mark of 47’3.5″.

With this ACC title, the Tigers gave head coach Bob Pollock his 20th conference championship. Under Pollock, Clemson has won 11 indoor titles, 10 outdoor championships and the 1989 cross country title.

Clemson Day Two Results

60mDwight Thomas (1) – 6.76Jacey Harper (2) – 6.77Larry Griffin (3) – 6.77Terrance Huey (6) – 6.99

60m hurdlesDwight Thomas (1) – 7.81 (prov.)Todd Matthews (2) – 7.83 (prov.)

200mJacey Harper (1) – 21.57Ato Modibo (6) – 22.10Dwight Thomas (7) – 24.56

400mAto Modibo (1) – 47.58

800mMarcus Hodge (3) – 1:53.63

One mileScott Shaw (7) – 4:14.39

3000mJason Meany (11) – 8:27.07 Matt Gunn (23) – 8:48.74

4x400m relay Bolling, Kitchens, Potter, Hodge (6) – 3:27.48

Weight throwBrett Varner (6) – 57’0.75″Colt Hodge (13) – 50’2.75″Matt Lombardi (15) – 45’5.75″

High jumpDoug Ameigh (2) – 7’3″ (prov.)Terrance McDaniel (5) – 6’9.75″Bryant Howe (6) – 6’9.75″

Pole vaultAdam Klotzbach (4) – 15’11”Ryan Lewis (7) – 15’5″ Andrew Kessler (11) – 14’11”

Triple jumpBrit Barrow (5) – 47’11.25″Terrance McDaniel (7) – 47’3.5″

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