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Clemson Women’s Track And Field In Fourth Place After Day One Of ACC Championships

Feb. 15, 2002

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CHAPEL HILL, NC – The Clemson women’s track and field team is in fourth place after day one of the 2002 ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships with 26 points. NC State leads the conference with 48.50 points, while Georgia Tech is second (46) and Florida State is third with 34 points.

The Lady Tigers qualified eight for Saturday’s finals, and Antisha Anderson was 13th (5’2.5″). Gisele Oliveira was the Lady Tigers’ top finisher in the long jump with a mark of 19’2.25″ and a fifth-place finish. Kenya Reed and Laura Ann Rukat, Katrina Moultrie, Tiffany Charles and Rebecca White finished ninth with a time of 13:05.09.

Clemson Qualifiers60mTerri Robinson – 7.49Shannon Murray – 7.55200m Randi Hinton – 24.71 Silja Ulfarsdottir – 24.77400m Silja Ulfarsdottir – 55.42 Randi Hinton – 56.84One MilePerry Fields – 4:51.89

Clemson Final Results – Day OneDistance Medley Relay Rukat, Moultrie, Charles, White (9) – 13:05.09High JumpKatie Pickett (4) – 5’6.5″ Antisha Anderson (T13) – 5’2.5″Pole VaultJoana Costa (4) – 12’3.5″Long Jump Gisele Oliveira (5) – 19’2.25″Sheri Smith (9) – 18’825″Terri Robinson (11) – 18’7.5″Weight ThrowJamine Moton (1) – 68’4.5″ Jackie Hudgins (9) – 52’4″Mary Gosselin (14) – 50’8.25″ Kenya Reed (16) – 45’9″

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