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May 09, 2019

Ahrens Strikes Bronze in Javelin at ACCs Thursday

Photos by Patrick Boling, Clemson Athletic Communications

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Thursday’s All-ACC Honorees

Javelin // 66.00m (216-6)

Dylan Ahrens registers a third-place finish to earn his second career First Team All-ACC distinction

First Team All-ACC

Long Jump // 7.55m (24-9.25)

Senior Chris McBride will conclude his Clemson career as a seven-time All-ACC selection

Second Team All-ACC

Ahrens Strikes Bronze in Javelin at ACCs Thursday

Results (PDF)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Clemson javelin thrower Dylan Ahrens rang up his second career First Team All-ACC distinction after a third-place finish in the javelin Thursday at the 2019 ACC Outdoor Championships. The senior threw a personal best of 66.00m (216-6) on his third attempt of the day to propel him from 11th to third place. Ahrens entered the meet ranking 12th among all javelin throwers. With Thursday’s mark, the Matawan, New Jersey native remains fourth all-time in program history.

Ahrens gave Clemson its first six of 11 points on the day as senior long jumper Chris McBride placed fourth overall to earn Second Team All-ACC honors along with five points.

The Clemson men (11) concluded the day in fifth place behind Pitt (12), Notre Dame (12), Syracuse (15) and Virginia (34) with just three events scored. 

The Tigers also saw four qualifying times in Thursday’s prelims. Marcus Parker (200m), Aliyah Mallard (200m), Rebekah Smith (200m) and Lakeisha Warner (400mH) all qualified for finals, which are slated for Saturday.

Up Next

The Tigers resume championship action on Friday, April 10 beginning with Grant Voeks and Zico Campbell in the men’s shot put at 3:30 p.m. On the track, Clemson will get started at 6 p.m. with women’s 100mH, which will feature Sidney Marshall and Ebony Williams. Additionally, Morgan Wittrock and Michael Smith will make their bid in Friday’s only finals race, the 3000m steeplechase at 7:50 p.m.

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Clemson Results

Women’s 400mH Prelims
5. Lakeisha Warner, 59.31 (q)
9. Markeeta Thomas, 1:00.68
15. Courtashia Felton, 1:02.09
17. Olivia Cooney, 1:05.22

Women’s 200m Prelims
7. Aliyah Mallard, 23.69 (q); placed second in heat 4
8. Rebekah Smith, 23.71 (Q); won heat 3
23. Zeniyah Lawrence, 24.61
17. Sarah Hill, 24.23

Men’s 200m Prelims
3. Marcus Parker 20.87 (Q); won heat 3
9. Alex Sands, 21.09
13. Fabian Hewitt, 21.24
— Deonte Tolbert, DNF

Women’s 1500m Prelims
27. Mikie Harris, 4:36.49

Men’s 1500m Prelims
34. Colt Griffith, 3:58.08; season best
35. Daniel Shaughnessy, 3:58.34

Women’s 10,000m Final
16. Erin McLaughlin, 37:21.60
18. Elizabeth Dawson, 37:29.86


Women’s Hammer
13. Danielle Little, 50.19m (164-8)

Men’s Javelin
3. Dylan Ahrens, 66.00 (216-6); second career First Team All-ACC distinction … personal best … remains No. 4 in program history

Women’s Long Jump
24. Kenya Livingston, 5.56m (18-3)

Men’s Long Jump
4. Chris McBride, 7.55m (24-9.25); season best … Second Team All-ACC
15. DJ Ledell, 7.06m (23-2)

 

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Lannigan Field Records (PDF)

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