March 14, 2005
FAYETTEVILLE, AR – The Clemson women’s track and field team finished tied for 21st in team competition at the 2005 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships held Mar. 11-12 at the Randal Tyson Track Complex on the campus of the University of Arkansas. Senior Gisele Oliviera scored the Lady Tigers’ 10 points as she claimed the NCAA Championship in the triple jump. Oliveira’s national crown was the first indoor field event National Championship by a Lady Tiger and the second indoor NCAA title won by an individual under Head Coach Marcia Noad.
Overall, the Lady Tigers have finished among the top 25 teams at the NCAA Indoor Championships on seven occassions. Under Noad, Clemson has posted three of those top-25 finishes. In 2001, Clemson posted its highest finish ever, third, and the Lady Tigers placed 21st at the 2002 NCAA Championships. Prior to Noad’s tenure, Clemson finished among the top-25 three times under Wayne Coffman. The Lady Tigers were 12th in 1985 and 1986, and 22nd in 1992 under Coffman. Under Sam Colson, the Lady Tigers tied for 10th in 1983.
Clemson’s All-Time Top 25 Finishes
Year Finish Coach2005 T21st Marcia Noad2002 21st Marcia Noad2001 3rd Marcia Noad1992 22nd Wayne Coffman1986 12th Wayne Coffman1985 12th Wayne Coffman1983 T10th Sam Colson --
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