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Apr 28, 2023

Men’s Sprint Medley Relay Victory Highlights Rainy Friday at Penn Relays

PHILADELPHIA — The Clemson track and field program put up several impressive performances at a rain-soaked Franklin Field on the second day of the 127th Penn Relays, concluding with the men taking home the wagon wheel for sprint medley relay. With several groups and individuals advancing to the finals, Clemson has set itself up for a thrilling final day of action on Saturday. Action will begin at 9:30 a.m. with the women’s discus throw and run until 3:35 p.m. with the men’s 4×400 meter relay.



  • The men’s sprint medley relay of Cameron Rose, Wanya McCoy, Aman Thornton and Tarees Rhoden won the event to take home a fabled Penn Relays wagon wheel with a time of 3:23.12. The win makes this the second consecutive year in which Clemson has won a wagon wheel, as the Tigers took home the 4×200 meter relay last season.
  • The women’s sprint medley relay finished second with a time of 3:51.98.
  • Ethan Cocco won the men’s javelin throw with a toss of 61.22 meters.
  • The men’s DMR of Corentin Serbource, Braden Balekly, Victor Ndiwa and Theron Bradford finished second with a time of 9:42.62.
  • The women’s 4×100 meter relay of Antoinette Van der Merwe, Shantae Foreman, Oneka Wilson and Ockera Myrie qualified for the finals with a time of 45.41. They will compete for the championship of the event on Saturday at 1:10 p.m.
  • The men’s 4×100 meter relay of Dashinelle Dyer, Guinove Joanus, Cameron Rose and Wanya McCoy ran a 40.40 to qualify for finals. They will compete for the championship at 1:15 p.m. on Saturday.
  • The men’s 4×200 meter relay of Guinove Joanus, D’Andre Anderson, Cameron Rose and Wanya McCoy finished second with a time of 1:24.32. The Tigers won this event last season with a time of
  • The women’s 4×400 meter relay of Lashanna Graham, Kayan Green, Jessica McLean and KK Gadson qualified for finals with a time of 3:44.26. They will compete for the title at 3:29 p.m on Saturday.
  • The men’s 4×400 meter relay of Tarees Rhoden, Wanya McCoy, Daniel Kidd and Aman Thornton advanced to finals with a time of 3:12.38. They’ll compete for the championship in the event at 3:35 p.m. on Saturday.


  • Brynne Sumner set a massive PR in the 1500 meter run, finishing the race in 4:20.96. That time is sixth-best in Clemson history and puts Sumner on her second top-10 list of the season. She holds the No. 7 spot in the 800 meter run.
  • Maddie Dinneen’ 10:41.77 time in the 3000 meter steeplechase puts her at No. 4 in school history. It is a huge improvement from her previous personal best of 10:49.43.
  • Marie Forbes finished fourth in the women’s hammer throw with a mark of 62.34 meters.
  • Lashanna Graham finished second in the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 56.62, just .08 seconds off her personal best.
  • Sawyer Dagan’s 14:27.17 in the 5k was a personal best.

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