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Shekera Weston and Nicole Gamble Share Women’s ACC Track Honors

February 17, 1999

CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson’s Shekera Weston and North Carolina’s Nicole Gamble have been named ACC Women’s Track co-Performers of the Week after a record weekend at the Kroger Indoor Invitational.

Weston, a sophomore out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, ran provisional times in both the 400m and 200m. Her time of 53.80 in the 400m currently leads the ACC and is the 12th best time in the nation. In the 200m, Weston’s time of 23.84 is the 15th-best in the nation and the second-fastest time in the ACC this season.

Nicole Gamble, a Tar Heel senior hailing from Sumter, SC, managed an NCAA automatic mark in the triple jump with a leap of 44’8 3/4″. The triple jump mark also leads the ACC this season and is currently the second-longest triple jump in the nation this year. Gamble also competed in the long jump, recording a provisional mark of 20’7 3/4″.

For the men, Clemson’s Sultan Tucker earns ACC Men’s Performer of the Week honors after running a time of 7.75 in the 60m hurdles. Tucker’s time stands as an NCAA provisional time, the seventh-fastest in the nation and tops the ACC this season.