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Clemson Team Honored At Banquet

Clemson Team Honored At Banquet

April 23, 2002

CLEMSON, SC – The 2002 Clemson women’s track and field team was honored at a banquet held in Tiger Den on Monday evening. Awards were presented to this year’s seniors, as well as outstanding student-athletes.

The Lady Tiger seniors were recognized for their accomplishments. Kyana Elder, Perry Fields, Jamine Moton, Terri Robinson and Sheri Smith were all honored for their dedication to Clemson women’s track and field.

Perry Fields was named the Lady Tiger Cross Country Most Valuable Perfomer for the overall performance during the 2001 season.

The Lady Tiger Track and Field Most Improved Award for Cross Country was presented to Renee Keydoszius for being the Lady Tiger Upperclassman that has improved the most from the last year of competition.

Jamine Moton was honored as the Lady Tiger Track and Field Most Valuable Performer as the Lady Tiger that had the best overall performances throughout the 2002 season.

Lauren Nicholson received the Lady Tiger Track and Field Dedication Award winner. She typifies the Lady Tiger upperclassman who demonstrated true dedication, dependability, consistency, excellent work ethic and positive attitude on and off the track.

Katie Pickett was awarded the Lady Tiger Track and Field Academic Achievement Award. The award is presented to the Lady Tiger who contributed to the team’s success in the classroom as well as on the track and/or field.

Sheri Smith received the Lady Tiger Track and Field Most Improved Award and the Strength and Conditioning Award. The Most Improved award is presented to the Lady Tiger Upperclassman that has improved the most from the last year of competition, and the Strength and Conditioning Dedication Award is presented to the student-athlete whose performance in competition is directly related to her dedication and consistency in her strength and conditioning program.

Silja Ulfarsdottir was named the Lady Tiger Track and Field Rookie of the Year. That award is presented to the Lady Tiger freshman or transfer that has had a strong impact on the team during her first year of competition at Clemson.

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