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Mar 30, 2019

Stona Victorious, Relays Shine at Florida Relays Finale

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In just his third collegiate meet, Clemson freshman Roje Stona has already set the Tigers’ freshman record in the discus throw – on two occasions – and now ranks second all-time in Clemson history. Stona claimed his second career victory on Saturday at the Florida Relays, where he threw for 61.22m (200-10) in discus (Invite) at the Gators’ Percy Beard Track. Additionally, Stona’s mark is good for No. 3 on the NCAA Division I performance list, while he remains the top discus thrower in the ACC. Stona had previously set the program’s freshman record in his career opening meet – Georgia Tech’s Yellow Jacket Invitational – on March 16.

In addition to Stona, Clemson saw even more personal bests from the throws group, including three top-10 program marks in the men’s and women’s shot put from Grant Voeks, Janell Fullerton and Veronica Fraley. The Tigers also found success in a number of relays including both the men’s and women’s 4x400m and the men’s 4x100m, all three of which the Tigers earned season bests.

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Head Coach Mark Elliott

“I think the past three days have been the best performances from both teams – across the board – all season long, including indoor,” said Clemson head coach Mark Elliott. “We had great performances in women’s 4x400m against a national-championship caliber relay team as well as against the defending ACC champions, Miami. We have lot of depth at the 4x400m, and this was a good meet. It showed us where we are as a team. In the field, obviously that was a huge PR for Roje. Also, Grant and Veronica had big personal bests – there’s a lot of things to be said. Both 4x100m relays are getting better. Hopefully, we just keep building and continue to get better.”

Men's Highlights

Women's Highlights

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Saturday's Results

Men’s 4x100m Relay
4. Alex Sands, Marcus Parker, Fabian Hewitt & Deonte Tolbert, 39.59; season best

Women’s 4x100m Relay
11. Sarah Hill, Rebekah Smith, Ebony Williams & Aliyah Mallard, 44.55

Women’s 4x200m
17. Sarah Hill, Zeniyah Lawrence, Rebekah Smith & Sidney Marshall, 1:47.55

Men’s 4x400m
3. Deonte Tolbert, Fabian Hewitt, John Lewis & Marcus Parker, 3:05.63; season best by seven seconds

Women’s 4x400m
5. Lakeisha Warner, Courtashia Felton, Markeeta Thomas & Andrea Foster, 3:36.61; ‘B’ Team season best

Women’s 4x400m Relay
6. Kendra Clarke, Ebony Williams, Aliyah Mallard, Kamryn McIntosh, 3:32.67; team-leading season best by 13 seconds entering this weekend

Men’s 4x800m Relay
6. Oliver Lloyd, John Lewis, Daniel Shaughnessy & Malik Epps, 7:26.13

Men’s Triple Jump
13. DJ Ledell, 15.29m (50-2); outdoor season best

Women’s Triple Jump
10. Harleigh White, 12.62m (41-5); outdoor personal best
25. Maya Hanks, 11.85m (38-10.5)

Men’s High Jump
7. Anthony Hamilton, 2.06m (6-9); outdoor personal best

Men’s Shot Put
2. Grant Voeks, 18.07m (59-3.5); No. 4 all-time
17. Zico Campbell, 15.45m (50-8.25)

Women’s Shot Put (Invite)
14. Janell Fullerton, 14.82m (48-7.50); No. 5 all-time

Women’s Shot Put
9. Veronica Fraley, 14.75m (48-4.75); No. 7 all-time

Men’s Discus (Invite)
1. Roje Stona, 61.22m (200-10); No. 2. all-time … Freshman record … No. 3 in NCAA

Friday's Results

Friday’s Results

Men’s 100m
8. Marcus Parker, 10.39; personal best at Clemson
38. Fabian Hewitt, 10.69 (-1.3w); season best

Women’s 100m
12. Rebekah Smith, 11.41 (2.3w); season best

Women’s 200m
5. Rebekah Smith, 23.79 (-1.2w); team-leading season best

Men’s 400m
6. Deonte Tolbert, 46.33; personal best … won heat No. 6

Women’s 400m
20. Kendra Clarke, 54.06; team-leading season best

Men’s 800m
10. John Lewis, 1:48.86; team-leading season best
24. Malik Epps, 1:50.19; outdoor personal best
36. Oliver Lloyd, 1:51.08; season best

Women’s 800m
11. Andrea Foster, 2:06.69; personal best … No. 8 in program history
24. Kamryn McIntosh, 2:09.00; season best

Men’s 1500m
36. Daniel Shaughnessy, 3:58.26
36. Colt Griffith, 3:58.26

Women’s 1500m
25. Mikie Harris, 4:38.47; personal best

Women’s 3000m Steeplechase
23. Morgan Wittrock, 11:13.82; personal best

Men’s 4x400m Relay College (prelims; top-9 advance)
8. Deonte Tolbert, Fabian Hewitt, Marcus Parker, Malik Epps, 3:09.35 (q); season best

Women’s 4x400m Relay College (prelims; top-9 advance)
4. Markeeta Thomas, Lakeisha Warner, Andrea Foster, Courtashia Felton, 3:39.87 (q); season best

Women’s 100mH
8. Sidney Marshall, 13.48; PR at Clemson
19. Ebony Williams, 13.80

Men’s 110mH
9. LaFranz Campbell, 14.12 (-1.2w); season best
49. Juwan Augustine-Mayers, 15.41

Women’s 400mH
5. Lakeisha Warner, 57.86; team-leading season best
17. Markeeta Thomas, 1:00.48; season best
24. Courtashia Felton, 1:01.42; season best

Women’s High Jump
NH. Kenya Livingston

Men’s Long Jump
8. Chris McBride, 7.11m (23-4); season best

Men’s Discus
1. Grant Voeks, 55.73m (182-10.25); personal best … Remains at No. 5 all-time … Second straight victory in a throws event in as many meets

Women’s Discus
9. Veronica Fraley, 51.61m (169-4); personal best

Women’s Hammer
28. Danielle Little, 48.54m (159-3)

Thursday's Results

Women’s 5000m
6. Erin McLaughlin, 17:07.47; personal best
10. Elizabeth Dawson, 17:18.87; personal best

Men’s Hammer
20. Joe Cline, 48.34m (158-7)

Men’s Javelin
7. Dylan Ahrens, 62.13m (203-10); season best

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