April 27, 2003
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Three former Clemson men’s track and field standouts competed at the 2003 Penn Relays held this weekend at Franklin Field. Shawn Crawford, Greg Hines and Sultan Tucker were all in action on Saturday.
Crawford was a member of the USA Red relay team that won the Nike men’s 4x200m race. The team recorded a time of 1:19.16 in the victory, just .05 off the Penn Relays and USA vs. the World record. He also competed as a member of the USA Olympic Development (High Performance) 4x100m relay team that placed third behind USA Red and USA Blue with a time of 38.86. Crawford was the 2001 World Indoor Champion in the 200m, and was third in the event in 2000. During his collegiate career at Clemson, Crawford was the 1998 and 2000 NCAA Champion in the 200m indoor, and the 2000 NCAA Champion in the 200m outdoor. Crawford ranks among the Tigers’ all-time leaders, holding the second-fastest 200m time in Clemson history (20.09). The 1998 and 2000 ACC Outdoor Performer of the Year was also named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary team. He won 11 ACC Championships during his career, and was named All-ACC 12 times.
Hines placed fifth in the Olympic Development 110m hurdles with a time of 14.13. He is Clemson’s all-time co-leader in the 400m hurdles with a time of 49.85, and is a member of the Tigers’ all-time leading shuttle hurdle relay team that set the Clemson record of 54.90 in 1998. Hines was a three-time ACC Champion and earned 10 all-conference honors while competing for Clemson. He was also a four-time All-American, earning the accolades in 1996 and 1998.
Tucker finished third in the Olympic Development 110m hurdles with a time of 14.04. While at Clemson, Tucker earned All-America honors on two occassions, and was a four-time ACC Champion. He also earned eight All-ACC accolades over his career.
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