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Women’s Cross Country Ranked Fourth in Southeast Region

CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson women’s cross country team is ranked fourth in the Southeast Region, according to the poll released by the Women’s Cross Country Coaches Association. The Tigers moved up from an fifth-place ranking last week. This is Clemson’s highest ranking in five years.

The Tigers placed fourth at the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, IN, last Friday. Clemson will compete at Furman Saturday.

“It’s great to be recognized and gain the respect in the region,” said assistant women’s track and field coach in charge of cross country Rodney Rothoff, “but we need to keep focused on working toward the ACC meet.”

    The complete Southeast Region poll is as follows:       1.  Wake Forest    2.  N.C. State    3.  William & Mary    4.  CLEMSON    5.  Virginia    6.  Duke    7.  North Carolina    8.  Eastern Kentucky    9.  James Madison    10. Coastal Carolina