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Men’s Track Victorious at Penn Relays

April 29, 1998

Philadelphia, PA.– Clemson hurdler Greg Hines won the 400m intermediate hurdles with a time of 50.57 while the shuttle hurdle relay team set a new record at the 104th annual Penn Relays. The Clemson track and field team traveled to the five day meet this weekend.

The shuttle relay team of Sultan Tucker, Aaron Haynes, Hines, and Jeremichael Williams ran a time of 55.27 for a new Penn Relay record. Clemson broke the 16 year old time of 55.40 that was held by the University of Tennessee.

Senior Hines took the victory in the 400m hurdles with his second fastest time of the year 50.57. Teammate and fellow senior Aaron Haynes also competed in this event and finished fifth with a time of 51.07.

In the110m hurdle Clemson finished third, fourth, and fifth. Hines placed third with a time of 13.87, Tucker was behind him with a time of 13.92, and Williams ran a time of 14.08 to finished fifth.

The 4x100m relay team of Carlton Chambers, Charles Allen, Shawn Crawford, and Charles Allen ran a combined NCAA provisional time of 39.47.