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Men’s Indoor Track & Field Team Records NCAA Times

Feb. 7, 2000

CLEMSON, SC – Three members of the Clemson indoor track and field teams have recorded automatic qualifying times and will compete at the NCAA Championships March 10-11 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Clemson junior Sultan Tucker won the 55m hurdles with an automatic qualifying time of 7.21 at the Gator Invitational on Sunday. The time is the third-fastest in the nation.

Senior Shawn Crawford placed second at the meet in the 200m with an automatic time of 20.91, the second-fastest time in the country so far.

Sophomore Ato Modibo of Beltsville, MD, recorded an automatic qualifying time of 46.31 to win the 400m at the Pepsi Indoor Invitational. The time is currently the second-fastest in the nation. Modibo was the 1999 400m Indoor National Champion.

Several Clemson track and field athletes have provisionally qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships.

Crawford ran the 60m in 6.64 at the Clemson Opener, the sixth-fastest time in the nation. Freshman David Collins recorded a time of 6.66 in the 60m at the Clemson Invitational to rank ninth nationally.

Senior Charles Allen posted a provisional time of 7.36 in the 55m hurdles at the Gator Invitational which places him 16th in the nation in the event.

The Tiger 4x400m relay team of Allen, Otto Spain, Crawford and Modibo ranks third nationally after recording a time of 3:10.01 at the Gator Invitational.

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