Cordell Lamb

Miami Gardens, Fla.
High School:
Miami Northwestern HS

Career Honors• USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Outdoor 4×400 (2016)• NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor 4×400 (2015,16)• ACC Champion, Indoor 4×400 (2015,16)• First-Team All-ACC, Indoor 400 (2016)• USA Junior Champion, Outdoor 400 (2015)• IAAF World Junior Championships Participant, 400 (2015)

Clemson Highlights• Ranks ninth in Clemson history in the indoor 400.

2016 Outdoor Highlights• Helped 4×400 relay to fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships, best in Clemson history• Helped relay to a season-best time of 3:03.86 at the East Preliminary Round, the third-best time on record in the event at Clemson• Second-team All-ACC in the open 400, he was fifth place with a time of 46.91 at the conference meet

2016 Indoor Highlights• Earned first-team All-ACC recognition in the 400, helping the Tigers to a podium sweep alongside teammates Jeffrey Green and Michael Cheeks• Ran leadoff for gold medal 4×400 relay for a second straight season at the ACC Championships• Posted personal indoor best 47.57 at the Tyson Invitational

2015 Outdoor Highlights• Advanced to the NCAA Championships with the 4×400 relay• Placed sixth in the 400 at the ACC Outdoor championships, earning second-team All-ACC recognition• Helped 4×100 relay to runner-up finish at the ACC Championships, and to an NCAA East Preliminary Round bid• Ran personal best 46.47 out of lane eight to claim the USA Junior crown in the 400; he competed in the event in Canada at World Juniors

2015 Indoor Highlights• Tied for 10th in Clemson’s record books in the 400 with a 46.78 time at the Aggie Invitational• Part of the 4×400 relay that won gold at the ACC Indoor championships, a group composed of three freshmen and a sophomore

Miami Northwestern High School Highlights• 2014 Golden South Classic champion in the 400 meters (46.78); his time was No. 2 in Florida and a top-15 time nationally• 2014 AAA runner-up in the state of Florida in the quarter mile• Coached by Carmen Jackson

Personal• Born 7/29/96• Majoring in management• Attended same high school that sent three-time NCAA Champion and 2016 Olympic gold medalist Brianna Rollins to Clemson