July 13, 2004
SACRAMENTO, CA – Jamine Moton, a former women’s track and field standout for Clemson, qualified for the finals of the hammer throw at the US Olympic Trials on Monday. Moton recorded a qualifying round best mark of 214’1″ to post the sixth-best throw of the day and advance to Thursday’s finals. The 12 finalists will compete for three Olympic team roster spots on Thursday evening at 7:45 PM PT in Sacramento.
During her collegiate career at Clemson, Moton won the 2002 NCAA Championship in the hammer throw, and was the 2002 NCAA Runner-up in the weight throw indoors. She also earned NCAA Runner-up honors in the shot put indoor and outdoor in 2001. A six-time NCAA All-American, Moton won 13 ACC Championships and was a 16-time All-ACC honoree. Most recently, she was the runner-up at the 2003 USATF Indoor Track and Field Championships. She finished seventh in the hammer throw at the 2003 USA Championships.
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