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Clemson Reroutes To JDL Fast Track

Clemson Reroutes To JDL Fast Track

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Originally scheduled for the Notre Dame Invitational, Clemson instead will compete at the JDL Fast Track with the intent of qualifying its distance medley relay teams for the NCAA Championships.

The Tigers currently have 14 top-30 marks in the country, nine of which are from the women’s program. Mimi Land currently is in the best position for the women with the 12th best high jump in the country, totaling 6-0.

Sabria Hadley currently has two times ranked in the top 25 as she’s 13th in the 200 meter dash (23.35) and 24th in the 60 meter dash (7.36). Tevin Hester is the other Tiger with multiple times in the top 25 as his 60 meter and 200 meter times are both rank eighth in the country. Hester kicked off the season with his 6.63 in the 60m and then ran a 20.71 in the 200m this past weekend at the Tyson Invitational.

This is Clemson’s final tune-up prior to the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships being held in Boston, Massachusetts on February 25-27.

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