Feb. 20, 2010
CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson track & field program played host to the Tiger Tuneup on Saturday, the school’s final home meet of the 2010 indoor season. The Tigers will travel to Blacksburg, VA next week to take part in the ACC Indoor Championships at Rector Field House on the Virginia Tech campus Feb. 25-27.
Carlin Bartlett won the women’s pole vault with ease. The sophomore from Charlotte, NC cleared 11’9.75″ for a personal best in the event. It was also the ninth-best indoor pole vault clearance in Clemson women’s track & field history.
Dailyn Moore, a freshman from Ohio, was runner-up in the men’s 60m hurdles with a personal best. He posted a time of 8.08, a personal best in his young career.
The Tigers produced runner-up performers in both the men’s and women’s 800m. Candace Sapp was second in the women’s race after crossing the finish line with a time of 2:18.11.
Several multi-event athletes competed in the shot put Saturday as a final preparation for the ACC Championships. Karine Farias, a freshman from Brazil, had the top mark of the day for Clemson and finished second with a distance of 37’3.25″. Linda Buchholz was third (37’0″). In the men’s shot put, Cory Thalheimer won the event with a mark of 50’8.25″, while Miller Moss was second at 44’5.25″.
In the long jump, Nakeisha Wineglass was runner-up for the women and Will Robinson placed third on the men’s side. Wineglass, a native of Alexandria, VA, hit a mark of 18’3.25″. Robinson, a freshman for the men’s team from Pennsylvania, jumped 21’6.75″ on Saturday.
The next home meet on the Tigers’ campus will be the Clemson Relays on Mar. 19-20, the first weekend of outdoor season.
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