March 26, 2005
CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson women’s track and field team wrapped up the final day of competition at the 2005 Clemson Relays with five first-place finishes, and seven more performances that listed among the top-five marks in their respective events. One of the Lady Tigers’ highlights was the 4x100m relay team of Silja Ulfarsdottir, Randi Hinton, Jessica Cousins and Sara Young qualified for the region meet in the pole vault on Friday evening. Other day two champions included Anni Korhonen in the high jump, Renata Miyamoto in the triple jump and the Lady Tigers’ 4x200m relay team of Ulfarsdottir, Hinton, Hill and Cousins.
On the track, Renata Miyamoto placed third with her time of 14.16. Hardy also competed in the 400m hurdles, crossing the finish line in 1:03.56 to place fourth. As mentioned before, the Lady Tigers’ 4x100m relay and 4x200m relay teams of Ulfarsdottir, Hinton, Hill and Cousins captured those event titles with times of 45.46 and 1:37.76, respectively. In the 4x400m relay, Sybil Sobanjo, Tia Perry, LaToya Woodberry and Jessica Earp combined to place sixth with a time of 4:03.09.
Freshman Anni Korhonen claimed the high jump competition with her clearance of 5’6″, while Miyamoto won the triple jump with a leap of 39’7.75″. Della Clark placed third in the shot put with a mark of 44’1″, and Allison Bradshaw finished fifth in the shot put with her mark of 42’11.75″. Krystal Woods was the top Lady Tiger in the discus, placing third with a mark of 144’0″. Also competing in the discus, Mikaela Patterson placed fourth with a mark of 140’8″ and Catheryne Porter finished in fifth place with a mark of 129’9″. In the hammer throw. Patterson led the Lady Tigers with a fifth-place finish and mark of 160’7″.
The Lady Tigers return to competition on Saturday, Apr. 9 at the Clemson Invitational.
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