Jan. 14, 2000
CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Clemson Invitational on Friday at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson. The Tiger men won seven of 14 events at Saturday’s meet to take first place with 171.5 points. Auburn placed second (85 points), and Georgia was third (35 points) in the men’s competition. The Tiger women placed fourth out of 15 teams with 56 points.
Freshman David Collins won the 60m with a time of 6.66, and junior Charles Allen placed first in the 300m with a time of 33.95. Sophomore Ato Modibo, the reigning NCAA Indoor Champion in the 400m, won the 500m in 1:02.30.
Sophomore Ryan Demers led the Tiger distance runners, finishing first with a time of 4:13.93 in the mile. In the field events, senior Bryan Williams won the triple jump with a mark of 50’3 1/4″, and sophomore Ryan Lewis took first place in the pole vault at 15’9″.
In the women’s meet, South Carolina won the team competition with 137 points, followed by Georgia in second place (121.5 points) and Auburn in third place (69 points). Gamecock Dee Washington established a Littlejohn Track record of 1:30.73 in the 500m, and Georgia’s Tasha Mahone set a track record of 20’11 3/4″ in the long jump competition. Western Carolina’s Val Jalajas tied the Littlejohn track record of 11’11 3/4″ to win the pole vault.
The Tigers will compete in the Virginia Tech Invitational next weekend in Blacksburg, VA.
Clemson Invitational Individual Winners – Men
Clemson Invitational Individual Winners – Women
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