April 3, 1999
CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson women’s track and field team finished third with 210 points at the Clemson Invitational Saturday, held at the Rock Norman Track Complex on the Clemson campus. South Carolina won the met with 252 points, and Nebraska was second with 217 points. Wisconsin finished fourth with 153 points, while Georgia Tech was fifth with 115 points.
In the field events, freshman Erin Nett placed second in the pole vault with a provisional mark of 11’7 3/4″. Sophomore Jamine Moton placed fifth with a throw of 168’2″ in the hammer, setting a new Clemson record. The old record of 156′ was held by Ann Marie McAuley last year. Moton also was second in the shot put with a mark of 49’3 3/4″ and finished third in the discus (157’6″).
Sophomore Terri Robinson placed second with a long jump of 19’10 3/4″, and junior Kammie Blount was second with a javelin throw of 145′. Sophomore Dana Copeland placed fourth in the triple jump with a mark of 36′, and sophomore Mandy McLane was fourth in the high jump with a jump of 5’5 3/4″.
Senior Nikkie Bouyer finished third in the 100m high hurdles with a provisional time of 13.64 and placed fourth in the 100m with a time of 11.83. Freshman Kyana Elder placed sixth in the 400m Intermediate Hurdles (1:05.56). Junior Shekera Weston was third in the 200m at 23.72 and third in the 400m at 54.97.
Senior Brantley Epps finished ninth in the 800m with a time of 2:17.63 and was sixth in the 1500m with a time of 4:38.86. Senior Julianne Littmann placed fourth in the 3000m (10:09.19), while sophomore Erika van Reenen placed fourth in the 5000m (17:57.53).
The Clemson 4x100m placed second with a provisional qualifying time of 44.53, and the Tigers’ 4x400m team was fourth in 4:04.79.
South Carolina 252 Nebraska 217 Clemson 210 Wisconsin 153 Georgia Tech 115
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