CLEMSON, S.C. – For the first time this season, the Clemson Women’s Track and Field has secured a spot in the Indoor DI Top 25 rankings as they have been tabbed No. 24, as announced by USTFCCCA.
On the women’s side, the Tigers have impressed this indoor season as multiple athletes have secured top-10 marks to place themselves on Clemson’s all-time list. While other athletes have had nationally-ranked finishes and performances as the Tigers are ranked within the top 50 in nine events.
This past weekend at the Bob Pollock Invitational, distance runner Gladys Chepngetich secured a first-place finish in the women’s 800 meter with a time of 2:02.68 which is the 6th fastest time in the nation for that event.
At the Clemson Invitational, Shantae Foreman and Marie Forbes impressed in their respective events as Foreman’s performance in the women’s triple jump (13.39m) is ranked 5th in the nation and Forbes is ranked 6th nationally in the weight throw (22.20m).
The Tigers also have athletes ranked within the top 50 in the 60 meter, 200 meter, 400 meter, the mile, 60 meter hurdles and the 4×400 relay.
Up next, the Tigers will travel to Blacksburg, Va. compete in the VT Challenge with events starting on Friday, Feb. 2 and wrapping up on Saturday, Feb. 3.
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