Feb. 19, 2000
BLACKSBURG, VA – The Clemson women’s indoor track and field team placed eighth with 34 points at the 2000 ACC Championship Meet in Blacksburg, VA, on Saturday. North Carolina won the meet with 158 points, and Florida State was second with 128 points.
Sophomore Keke Elder (Atlanta, GA) earned All-ACC honors after finishing second with an NCAA provisional time of 8.38 in the 60m hurdles. Junior Nyjla Littlejohn (Columbia, MD) was fifth in the event with a time of 8.50.
Freshman Marcia Smith (Decatur, GA) placed third in the 400m with a provisional time of 54.07, earning All-ACC accolades, and finished eighth in the 60m dash with a time of 7.92. Junior LaShonda Cutchin (Virginia Beach, VA) finished fourth in the event with a provisional time of 54.39.
Sophomore Sheri Smith (Bronx, NY) finished ninth in the triple jump, posting a mark of 38’11 1/2″. Freshman Joana Costa (Sao Paulo, Brazil) placed 12th in the event with a jump of 38’3 1/2″. Senior Beth Ahern (Toledo, OH) competed in the 3,000m, finishing 16th with a time of 10:10.35. Freshman Stephanie Zabel (Simpsonville, SC) recorded a time of 11:24.28 in the event for 36th place.
The top three individuals in each event earn All-ACC honors, and the top team in each relay event is awarded all-conference honors. Highlights from the meet can be seen on Fox SportSouth on Monday, February 28, at 7 p.m.
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