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May 10, 2019

Hamilton Earns First Team All-ACC Honors Friday

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Schedule Update

The ACC announced a schedule change for Saturday, May 11. Clemson will kick off action in the discus at 10 a.m. The Tigers will take the track at 12:05 p.m. with the women’s 4x100m. The conference championship meet is slated to conclude with the men’s 4x400m relay at 2:50 p.m.

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Hamilton Earns First Team All-ACC Honors Friday

Results (PDF)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Clemson Track & Field’s Anthony Hamilton cleared a height of 2.11m (6-11) – his career best – in Friday’s high jump to place third overall at the 2019 ACC Outdoor Track & Field Championships on the campus of the University of Virginia. With his finish, Hamilton secured First Team All-ACC honors – a one-spot improvement from his fourth-place finish at the 2019 ACC Indoor Championships. The sophomore also helped secure six of the Tigers’ 18.5 points through Friday’s action.

The Clemson women saw their first score as Janell Fullerton earned Second Team All-ACC honors in the women’s shot put. Fullerton threw for 15.45m (50-8.25) to place sixth overall, tallying three points in the process.

On the track, the Tigers saw seven qualifiers advance to Saturday’s finals.

On the men’s side, Marcus Parker (100m), Malik Epps (800m) and LaFranz Campbell (110mH) all qualified in their respective events. Parker smashed Friday’s competition, winning prelims outright by more than 0.20 seconds.

The women saw qualifying performances from Rebekah Smith (100m), Andrea Foster (800m), Kamryn McIntosh (800m) and Ebony Williams (100mH). Smith automatically qualified after winning heat No. 2 with a time of 11.36 seconds. McIntosh (2:07.84) was the first to finish in heat No. 4, while Foster (2:07.07) was the third-highest finisher among all heats.

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Friday's Results

Women’s 100mH Prelims
8. Ebony Williams, 13.34 (q)
— Sidney Marshall, DNF

Men’s 110mH Prelims
1. LaFranz Campbell, 13.73 (Q)
— Juwan Augustine-Mayers, FS

Women’s 400m Prelims
9. Kendra Clarke, 54.78

Women’s 100m Prelims
3. Rebekah Smith, 11.36 (Q)
10. Aliyah Mallard, 11.69; personal best
17. Sarah Hill, 11.88
18. Zeniyah Lawrence, 11.91

Men’s 100m Prelims
7. Marcus Parker, 10.31 (q)
11. Fabian Hewitt, 10.46; season best
11. Alex Sands, 10.53; personal best

Women’s 800m Prelims
3. Andrea Foster, 2:07.07 (q)
7. Kamryn McIntosh, 2:07.84 (Q); won heat 4
25. Jenna Gearing, 2:19.26; personal best

Men’s 800m Prelims
4. Malik Epps, 1:51.03 (q)
6. Oliver Lloyd, 1:51.81
21. Daniel Shaughnessy, 1:55.12

Women’s 3000m Steeplechase
12. Morgan Wittrock, 10.57.31; remains No. 5 all-time

Mens’ 3000m Steeplechase
20. Michael Smith, 9:27.80; personal best


Men’s Shot Put
7. Grant Voeks, 17.62m (57-9.75); two points scored
11. Zico Campbell, 16.25m (53-3.75); personal best

Mens’ High Jump
3. Anthony Hamilton, 2.11m (6-11); First Team All-ACC … scored six points … personal best

Men’s Hammer
11. Joe Cline, 51.29m (168-3)

Women’s Shot Put
6. Janell Fullerton, 15.45m (50-8.25); Second Team All-ACC … three points scored
11. Veronica Fraley, 14.13m (46-4.25)

Thursday's Results

Women’s 400mH Prelims
5. Lakeisha Warner, 59.31 (q)
9. Markeeta Thomas, 1:00.68
15. Courtashia Felton, 1:02.09
17. Olivia Cooney, 1:05.22

Women’s 200m Prelims
7. Aliyah Mallard, 23.69 (q); placed second in heat 4
8. Rebekah Smith, 23.71 (Q); won heat 3
23. Zeniyah Lawrence, 24.61
17. Sarah Hill, 24.23

Men’s 200m Prelims
3. Marcus Parker 20.87 (Q); won heat 3
9. Alex Sands, 21.09
13. Fabian Hewitt, 21.24
— Deonte Tolbert, DNF

Women’s 1500m Prelims
27. Mikie Harris, 4:36.49

Men’s 1500m Prelims
34. Colt Griffith, 3:58.08; season best
35. Daniel Shaughnessy, 3:58.34

Women’s 10,000m Final
16. Erin McLaughlin, 37:21.60
18. Elizabeth Dawson, 37:29.86


Women’s Hammer
13. Danielle Little, 50.19m (164-8)

Men’s Javelin
3. Dylan Ahrens, 66.00 (216-6); second career First Team All-ACC distinction … personal best … remains No. 4 in program history

Women’s Long Jump
24. Kenya Livingston, 5.56m (18-3)

Men’s Long Jump
4. Chris McBride, 7.55m (24-9.25); season best … Second Team All-ACC
15. DJ Ledell, 7.06m (23-2)

 

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