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Clemson Men’s Track And Field Team Completes Competition At NCAA Championships

Clemson Men’s Track And Field Team Completes Competition At NCAA Championships

March 13, 2004

FAYETTEVILLE, AR – The Clemson men’s track and field team completed competition at the 2004 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday at the Randal Tyson Track Center. Senior Rick Hill was forced to withdraw from the heptathlon competition after pulling a hamstring during the pole vault. The native of Chapel Hill, NC, completed the 60m hurdles in 8.48 before withdrawing from the event.

Clemson concludes the indoor season with two indoor All-Americans in junior George Kitchens and sophomore Roy Cheney. Kitchens placed seventh in the long jump en route to becoming the Tigers’ first long jump All-American, while Cheney earned the honor in the 60m hurdles. Kitchens is the Clemson all-time leader in the long jump, while Cheney ranks fourth on the all-time list in the hurdles.

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