March 18, 2002
CLEMSON, SC – Clemson women’s track and field athlete Jamine Moton was named a 2002 National Strength and Conditioning Association All-American. Larry Greenlee, the Lady Tigers’ strength and conditioning coach, nominated Moton for her dedication to strength training and conditioning.
Moton, a senior from Glassboro, NJ, is a five-time All-American. Most recently, she finished as the runner-up in the weight throw at the NCAA Indoor Championships, setting a meet and collegiate record. Moton also earned All-America honors in 2002 in the shot put. Last season, she finished as the runner-up in the shot put both indoors and outdoors, as well as earning All-America honors in the weight throw indoors. She is an 11-time ACC Champion in the throwing events, and holds five Clemson records in those events.
The 2002 All-American Strength and Conditioning athletes are recognized for their athletic accomplishments, academic and personal achievements, community involvement and leadership qualities. This year, 184 athletes from 84 colleges and universities from across the country in 19 competitive sport categories were acknowledged for their passion an hard work in and out of the weight room.
The NSCA All-American athlete of the year award program is in its 19th year and made possible by a grand from Power Systems, Inc., a Knoxville, TN, fitness product leader. A complete list of 2002 All-American athletes is available on the NSCA website at www.ncsa-lift.org.
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