Nov. 24, 2003
CEDAR FALLS, IA – Clemson senior Scott Shaw placed 34th of 256 harriers and earned All-America honors at the 2003 NCAA Cross Country Championships contested on Monday. The native of East Syracuse, NY, covered the 10K course in 30:13.5, despite sub-zero wind chill readings. Shaw finished among the top 30 Americans, garnering All-America accolades. He is the first Tiger All-American since the 1988 season when Yehekel Halifa and Dov Kremer earned the distinction, and is the seventh Clemson cross country runner to be named an All-American.
“I am extremely proud of Scott’s accomplishments over his career, especially as a senior,” said head coach Bob Pollock. “He closed out his cross country career on a very high note. Scott has taken his place in the Clemson history books as one of only seven cross country runners to earn All-America honors. I am also very proud of how he has represented Clemson both athletically and academically as he will receive his degree in architecture in December.”
Shaw concludes his career with three all-region honors, including an all-time best second-place performance this year. In 2002, Shaw also advanced to the NCAA meet with a third-place finish at the Southeast Region Championships, then finished 75th at the NCAA Championships with a time of 30:56.8. As a sophomore in 2001, Shaw placed 20th at the region race. He is only the fourth Tiger to be named all-region at least three times. Kevin Hogan and Hans Koeleman were four-time all-region runners, while Martin Flynn earned the accolade thrice.
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