April 8, 2011
Austin, TX – One school record fell and both of Clemson’s 4×100 relay teams qualified for the finals on the second day of the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays in Austin.
Sophomore Stormy Kendrick broke her school record in the 100-meter dash prelims, recording a time of 11.23, to earn a spot in tomorrow’s finals. The time is also second on the all-time all-conditions best list.
The women’s 4×100 relay of Misha Morris and La’Mont Jackson, and Spencer Adams also qualified for the finals with a time of 40.71.
Freshmen Brianna Rollins and Bridgette Owens both qualified for tomorrow’s finals in the women’s 100-meter hurdles. With times of 13.10 and 13.17, Rollins and Owens moved into second and third on Clemson’s all-time best list.
In the men’s 100-meter dash, junior Justin Murdock recorded a time of 10.30 and qualified for tomorrow’s final. The men’s 4×400 was the final Tiger entry to qualify for tomorrow’s final, recording a time of 3:12.46.
In today’s field events, senior April Sinkler recorded a mark of 6.21m in the long jump, good enough for eighth place in the finals. Also, sophomore Jasmine Brunson recorded a mark of 12.40m in the triple jump, good enough for seventh place in the section B finals.
The Tigers are back in action tomorrow, with the first of the final field events beginning at 12:00 pm central time and the first of the final track events beginning at 12:15 pm central time.
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