April 16, 2005
CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson women’s track and field team won eight events at the Solid Orange Classic held at the Rock Norman Track and Field Complex on Saturday. The Lady Tigers captured the 800m, 1500m, 3000m steeplechase, 4x400m relay, shuttle hurdle relay, high jump, pole vault and javelin throw in their final meet prior to the ACC Championships. Another Lady Tiger highlight was the regional qualification and career-best peformance of Krystal Woods in the javelin throw.
In the running events, Danielle Whaley recorded a time of 12.11 in the 100m dash to place fourth. In the 200m dash, Silja Ulfarsdottir placed third with her season-best time of 24.27, while Randi Hinton, Daniellle Whaley and Tia Perry finished sixth through eighth, with times of 24.55, 25.07 and 25.31, respectively. Tia Perry in sixth place with a time of 14.55. Multi-event athlete Jessica Earp also competed in the 100m hurdles, registering a time of 17.32. Clemson’s 4x400m relay team of Ulfarsdottir, Hinton, Hill and Perry won the event with a time of 3:44.31.
In the field events, Krystal Woods led the Lady Tigers in the discus with a second-place finish and mark of 151’6″. Krystal Woods placed third with her season-best mark of 165’9″. Krystal Woods claimed the javelin throw with a career-best and regional qualifying mark of 142’8″, while Christina Moore was seventh with a mark of 107’10”.
The Lady Tigers return to action on Thursday, Apr. 21, as they begin competition at the ACC Championships. This year’s conference meet will be held in Tallahassee, FL, and will conclude on Saturday, Apr. 23.
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