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Clemson Women’s Track & Field Concludes ACC Outdoor Championships

Clemson Women’s Track & Field Concludes ACC Outdoor Championships

April 22, 2006

Complete Results

Winston-Salem, NC – Clemson’s women’s track & field team finished 10th at the ACC Outdoor Championships held at Kentner Stadium on the Wake Forest campus. The Lady Tigers tallied 40 points overall, while three Lady Tigers posted regional-qualifying marks on Saturday. Miami won the event with 154 points scored.

In the 100m final, Randi Hinton crossed the finish line in 12.00 seconds to place sixth. Patrice McMillan finished seventh in the 800m after posting a time of 2:15.57. Jenny Barton (17:45.01) competed in the 5000m on Saturday as well.

In the 4x100m relay, the team of Renata Miyamoto, Hinton, Ope Sobanjo, and Tia Perry finished third and just missed a regional-qualifying mark with a time of 3:42.56.

Hardy placed fifth in the 100m high hurdles after tying her personal best and posting a regional-qualifying mark at 13.71. Miyamoto was eighth in that event with a time of 14.03. Hill finished fourth in the 400m hurdles after setting her personal best with a regional time of 59.58.

In the triple jump, Miyamoto posted her career-best with a leap of 41’0.5″. Her mark was a regional qualifier and good enough for seventh place. Michelle Rogers was 10th in that event at 39’4″. Anni Korhonen just missed scoring for the Lady Tigers in the high jump after tying her personal best at 5’5″. Also competing in that event for Clemson was Katie Farnan, who cleared 5’3″.

Krystal Woods competed in both the discus and javelin throws on Saturday. She was 13th in both events. She had a toss of 144’3″ in the discus. Catheryne Porter had a throw of 126’0″ in the discus as well.

The Lady Tigers return to action next weekend, April 27-29, to compete in the Penn Relays at Philadephia, PA.

Final Team Standings
1. Miami 154 pts
2. Florida State 112 pts
3. North Carolina 105 pts
4. Georgia Tech 86 pts
5. Virginia Tech 73.5 pts
6. Virginia 56.5 pts
7. Duke 51 pts
Maryland 51 pts
9. N.C. State 47 pts
10. Clemson 40 pts
11. Wake Forest 24 pts
12. Boston College 19 pts

Clemson’s All-ACC Performer Della Clark – Hammer Throw