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Jun 07, 2024

Women Set School Record in 4×100 Relay, Three Named Second Team All-Americans

EUGENE, Ore. – The Clemson women officially took the stage for the second day of NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene as three Tigers tabbed Second Team All-American honors and the 4×100 relay team advanced to Saturday’s finals with a school record-breaking time of 43.26.

Event-By-Event Breakdown

Hammer Throw (Finals), Marie Forbes: X

4×100 Relay (Semifinals), Clemson: 43.26 (SB), 8th place (q)

* Aleksandra Stoilova, Antoinette Van Der Merwe, Ockera Myrie, Shantae Foreman

100 Meter Hurdles (Semifinals), Oneka Wilson: 12.86, 12th place (Second Team All-American)

800 Meters (Semifinals), Gladys Chepngetich: 2:02.45, 16th place (Second Team All-American)

400 Meter Hurdles (Semifinals), Ken’Naria Gadson: 57.32, 14th place (Second Team All-American)

4×400 Relay (Semifinals), Clemson: 3:32.66, 17th place

* Courtney Williams, Ken’Naria Gadson, Mackenzie Osher, Gladys Chepngetich

Clemson shined bright in the women’s 4×100 relay as the Tiger team of Aleksandra Stoilova, Antoinette Van Der Merwe, Ockera Myrie and Shantae Foreman ran the fastest time in program history at 43.26. With that time, women officially secured their spot in Saturday’s finals for the event.

The 4×100 team broke the previous record of 43.31 that was set in 2017.

Oneka Wilson, who was crowned the 2024 ACC Outdoor Champion in the women’s 100 meter hurdles, was named a Second Team All-American following her 12th-place overall finish in the event. Wilson ran 12.86 as she wrapped up a successful outdoor campaign for the Tigers.

In the women’s 800 meters, standout freshman Gladys Chepngetich secured a 16th-place overall finish with a time of 2:02.45. Chepngetich, who was named a Second Team All-American, has now been crowned an NCAA All-American in Cross Country, Indoor Track & Field and Outdoor Track & Field in her first full season for the Tigers (2023-24).

Ken’Naria Gadson impressed in the women’s 400 meter hurdles as she ran 57.32 to earn 14th-place overall and be tabbed a Second Team All-American.

Following day two, the men’s finals are set to take place tomorrow, June 7 as Tarees Rhoden is the lone-Tiger set to compete as he will run in the 800 meter finals slated for 7:14 p.m. PT. The women’s finals are set to take place Saturday, June 8 as Clemson will compete in the 4×100 relay at 2:32 p.m. PT and Shantae Foreman will compete in the women’s triple jump as that event is set to start at 2:50 p.m. PT.

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