May 31, 2001
EUGENE, OR – The Clemson men’s track and field team completed the second day of competition at the NCAA Outdoor Championships held at Hayward Field. The Tigers’ Andy Giesler finished seventh in the decathlon, while Todd Matthews, Sultan Tucker, Ato Modibo and Jacey Harper qualified for the next rounds of their events.
Giesler completed the two-day decathlon with 7498 points, good for seventh place and All-American honors. He entered today’s final five events in tenth place and jumped as high as fourth in the standings before the final results were released. Giesler recorded a time of 15.32 in the 110m hurdles and tallied a mark of 152’1″ in the discus. He cleared 13′ ” in the pole vault before posting a mark of 179’7″ in the javelin. He ran a time of 4:54.21 in the final event, the 1500m run.
Matthews and Tucker qualified for the semifinals of the 110m hurdles to be held Friday at 6:40 p.m. Matthews recorded a time of 13.71 while Tucker posted a time of 13.69 in the trials of the hurdles.
Modibo qualified for the finals of the 400m dash to be held Saturday. He recorded a time of 46.16 to claim the eighth and final qualifying position in the event.
Harper advanced to the semifinals of the 100m dash to be held Friday at 5:55 p.m. He recorded a time of 10.21, finishing fourth in his heat, to advance to the next round.
Malcolm Reynolds competed in the finals of the high jump, clearing 6’11 ” to finish 14th overall.
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