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Clemson Men’s Track And Field Team Concludes Competition At Penn Relays

Clemson Men’s Track And Field Team Concludes Competition At Penn Relays

April 24, 2004

PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Clemson men’s track and field team concluded competition at the 110th annual Penn Relays on Saturday at Franklin Field. The Tigers’ shuttle hurdle relay team’s second-place finish in the Championship of America race was one of Clemson’s highlights this weekend. Complete Penn Relays meet results are available at www.pennathletics.com.

Lydell Perry finished eighth in the 110m hurdles with a time of 14.06 in the preliminaries and 14.35 in the finals. Lydell Perry, Lydell Perry, Lydell Perry placed second in the Championship of America with a time of 55.96.

George Kitchens placed sixth in the college men’s long jump championship, and Derek Gilson placed 10th in the shot put championship while Derek Gilson placed eighth with a mark of 158’10” and Matt Lombardi was 12th in the college men’s discus throw with his mark of 152’10”.

The Clemson men’s track and field team returns to action on May 1 as the Tigers host the NC-SC All-Star meet at the Rock Norman Track and Field Complex.

Clemson Results 100m – Larry Griffin (p) – 10.67 110m hurdle championship – Lydell Perry (8) – 14.35, (p) 14.06; Roy Cheney (p) – 14.15 400m hurdle championship – Roy Cheney (13) – 52.28; Scott Kautz (18) – 52.91 4x200m relay championship – 1:25.12 Shuttle hurdle relay Championship of America (2) – 55.96 Sprint medley relay Championship of America (10) – 3:24.55 Distance medley relay Championship of America (14) – 9:57.81 Long jump championship – George Kitchens (6) – 24’5.5″ Shot put – Derek Gilson (10) – 56’7.25″/17.25m Discus – Derek Gilson (8) – 158’10″/48.43m

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