Clemson Men’s Cross Country Places Second in Bulldog Stampede

Clemson Men’s Cross Country Places Second in Bulldog Stampede

Sept. 14, 2002

ATHENS, GA – The Clemson men’s cross country team finished in second place at the Bulldog Stampede on Saturday in Athens, GA. Georgia won the meet with 46 points, while Clemson placed second with 52 points. Tulsa finished third with 78 points, followed by Ashland with 94 points. South Florida placed fifth with 110 points and Georgia Tech finished sixth with 164 points. UNC Greensboro and South Carolina State finished seventh and eighth with 176 and 250 points, respectively.

The Tigers were led by senior Jason Meany, who finished sixth overall with a time of 26:17 in the 8K run. Junior Scott Shaw placed seventh with a time of 26:28. Clemson sophomore Ryan Fenton finished the course in 26:53, for a 13th-place finish, while sophomore Matt Pimentel posted a time of 26:59, for a 16th-place finish. Sophomore Derrick Wyatt finished 18th overall with a time of 27:02. Freshman Clay Pendleton and sophomore David Adams placed 27th and 28th with times of 27:20 and 27:33, respectively.

The Tigers will return to action on Sept. 27 at the Great American Cross Country Festival in Charlotte, NC.

Clemson ResultsJason Meany – 26:17 (6)Scott Shaw – 26:28 (7) Ryan Fenton – 26:53 (13) Matt Pimentel – 26:59 (16)Derrick Wyatt – 27:02 (18) Clay Pendleton – 27:20 (27) David Adams – 27:33 (28)