CLEMSON, S.C. — The Indoor Track and Field All-ACC Academic Team was announced on Wednesday morning, and it featured seven Clemson student-athletes. Marie Forbes, Trishauna Hemmings and Harleigh White represent the women’s program while Devon Brooks, Lafranz Campbell, Dashinelle Dyer and Cameron Rose were the four men named to the team.
Brooks and Campbell each represented Clemson at Indoor Nationals, finishing 10th and ninth, respectively. Both Brooks and Lafranz are graduate students competing primarily in hurdle events. Brooks studies athletic leadership while Campbell studies women’s leadership.
Dashinelle Dyer and Cameron Rose round out the men’s All-ACC Academic Team honorees. Rose finished third in the men’s 200 meter dash at ACC Championships, and was a member of the ACC Champion 4×400 meter relay team. Dyer finished fourth in the men’s 60 meter dash and seventh in the men’s 60 meter hurdles. Both sophomores, Rose is pre-business while Dyer studies communications.
Forbes broke out in her first season with the Tigers, bursting onto the scene and into the record book, notching a top-10 all-time mark in the women’s weight throw. She is a sophomore studying economics.
Hemmings scored points for the Tigers in two events at ACC Championships, finishing second in the 60-meter hurdles and seventh in the 200 meter dash. She is a senior studying women’s leadership.
White found herself on the ACC podium for the first time in her illustrious Clemson career this February, finishing second in the conference in the triple jump. She is a graduate student earning her MBA, and is also a two-time President’s List member.