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A SEASON TO REMEMBER TIGER WOMEN SWEEP 2010 ACC CHAMPIONSHIPS! For the first time in school history, Clemson women’s track & field earned a sweep of the ACC indoor and outdoor team championships. Some of the team’s major accomplishments include: • Won first indoor crown since 1992 • Won first outdoor crown since 1999 • Won indoor team title by 52.5-point margin and outdoor team title by 53-point margin • Won eight individual event championships and two relay crowns • Produced ACC indoor and outdoor field MVP in April Sinkler • Produced ACC Indoor Freshman of the Year Brianna Rollins and Outdoor Freshman of the Year Stormy Kendrick • Produced ACC Indoor and Outdoor Coach of the Year Lawrence Johnson

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TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information 2010: A Season to Remember Media Information Clemson Indoor Track Rock Norman Track Men’s Outlook Women’s Outlook NCAA Indoor Qualifying Standards

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The Coaches Lawrence Johnson Tim Hall Brad Herbster Mario Wilson Shawn Cobey Tamara Ards

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The Student-Athletes Men’s Roster Men’s Profiles Women’s Roster Women’s Profiles

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2009-10 Year-in-Review Indoor Season Review Outdoor Season Review Men’s Indoor Marks Men’s Outdoor Marks Women’s Indoor Marks

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Women’s Outdoor Marks All-Americans Records & History NCAA Championship Tradition Olympic Tradition Men’s All-Americans Women’s All-Americans Men’s NCAA Participants Women’s NCAA Participants Men’s ACC Champions Women’s ACC Champions Men’s All-ACC Performers Women’s All-ACC Performers All-Region Performers NCAA Results Men’s Honors Women’s Honors Men’s Indoor Records Men’s Outdoor Records Women’s Indoor Records Women’s Outdoor Records Freshman Records Facilities Records Men’s Coaching Records Women’s Coaching Records Two-Sport Athletes Letterwinners Bob Pollock Dedication

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Quick Facts University Information Location Clemson, SC 29633 Founded 1889 Enrollment 19,111 President James F. Barker Conference Atlantic Coast Nickname Tigers Colors Clemson Orange & Regalia Athletic Director Dr. Terry Don Phillips Athletic Dept. Phone (864) 656-1935 Coaching Staff Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson Alma Mater/Yr.............................Arkansas/2000 Season at Clemson............................................3rd Office Phone.................................(864) 656-2269 Johnson Email..................lawrenj@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Tim Hall Alma Mater/Yr.........South Carolina State/1994 Season at Clemson............................................3rd Office Phone.................................(864) 656-1941 Hall Email..............................hall9@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Brad Herbster Alma Mater/Yr.................. South Carolina/1991 Season at Clemson...........................................2nd Office Phone.................................(864) 656-1972 Herbster Email.................bherbst@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Mario Wilson Alma Mater/Yr..................................Marist/1998 Season at Clemson...........................................2nd Office Phone.................................(864) 656-2265 Wilson Email.................... mariow@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Shawn Cobey Alma Mater/Yr.............Youngstown State/2001 Season at Clemson...........................................2nd Office Phone.................................(864) 656-1971 Cobey Email...................... scobey@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Tamara Ards Alma Mater/Yr............................ Colorado/1995 Season at Clemson.............................................1st Office Phone.................................(864) 656-1942 Ards Email.............................tards@clemson.edu Sports Information Track & Field Contact Philip Sikes Sikes Office Phone.......................(864) 656-1985 Sikes Cell Phone...........................(864) 525-4889 Sikes Email.........................philips@clemson.edu

Clemson Athletic Department Mission Statement The Department of Athletics offers nationally prominent athletic programs. Through a dedicated commitment to educational interests, a competitive athletic program, and integrity in all areas, the student-athletes, coaches, and staff strive to bring credit and recognition to Clemson University. The mission of the Athletic Department is to sponsor a broad-based athletic program that provides educational and athletic opportunities for young men and women to grow, develop, and serve the interests of Clemson University by complementing and enhancing its diversity and quality of life. Furthermore, the Athletic Department seeks to be a source of pride for the citizens of the State of South Carolina and to be recognized as a nationally prominent program, through consistently high levels of performance and accomplishment in athletic competitions. The Athletic Department strives to develop student-athletes academically and athletically with the total commitment of aiding their efforts to graduate from Clemson University and advance to careers that will enable them to be productive members of society. The Athletic Department will act in an ethical and honest manner, dedicated to compliance with all Federal, State, NCAA, Conference, and University rules and regulations. 2

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Online Media Guide Credits The 2010-11 track & field online guide was written and edited by Philip Sikes of the sports information office. Desktop publishing also by Sikes. Photography used for the interior and exterior of the guide was provided by Atlantic Coast Conference, Rex Brown, Kerry Capps, Eddie Cliffe, Mark Crammer, Craig Mahaffey, Cheryl Treworgy and Patrick Wright. Special thanks to John Schaffhauser of Canton, MS for design of the team poster. Team Poster Team posters are free and available in the Clemson sports information office, located in the Jervey Athletic Center. Featured on the poster from the men’s team are Spencer Adams, Josh Fowler, Miller Moss and Alex Padgett. From the women’s team the featured athletes are Michaylin Golladay, Stormy Kendrick, Patricia Mamona, Kim Ruck, April Sinkler, Liane Weber and last year’s All-America 4x400m relay.


MEDIA INFORMATION Covering the Tigers

Philip Sikes Associate SID Track & Field Contact

Interview Requests Please submit requests for interviews with Clemson coaches and student-athletes at least 24 hours ahead of time. Contact Philip Sikes in the sports information office at 864-656-1985 to arrange. Interviews will be scheduled based on availability and are typically conducted at the indoor or outdoor track, or in the SID office. Coaches and student-athletes are available after competition at home meets. Please contact Philip Sikes prior to the conclusion of the meet with specific needs. Attending Meets We encourage all media covering Clemson athletics to attend home track & field meets. The Tigers have five scheduled meets at the school’s indoor facility in January and February, and two outdoor meets scheduled at Rock Norman Track in May. Both facilities are equipped with working space at the press box level. Please notify Philip Sikes ahead of time if you wish to attend. Credentials are not needed to cover meets, but please notify Philip Sikes ahead of time if you wish to attend.

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Internet Access Wireless internet access is available at both track & field facilities, courtesy the ‘clemsonguest’ network. Photography Still photographers and television camerapersons are welcome at Clemson’s home track & field meets. Please obey all requests from the public address announcer and try and stay clear of other events. Multiple events will be going on at the same time, so please be respectful of the student-athletes competing. Credentials are not needed to cover meets, but please notify Philip Sikes ahead of time if you wish to attend. Meet Results A member of the sports information office will post results during each home meet on the bulletin boards at the respective facility. At the conclusion of each meet, results will be available online at ClemsonTigers.com. Tiger Track & Field Online Updated feature stories, performance lists, rosters, bios, schedules, results, and news releases pertaining to Clemson track & field can be found on the school’s official athletic Web site, ClemsonTigers.com. Sports Information Office Tim Bourret, Assistant AD/Sports Information Director Office: 864-656-1926 Email: btimoth@clemson.edu Philip Sikes, Associate SID, Track & Field Contact Office: 864-656-1985 Email: philips@clemson.edu Sam Blackman, Senior Associate SID Office: 864-656-1924 Email: blackmj@clemson.edu Brian Hennessy, Associate SID Office: 864-656-1921 Email: bhennes@clemson.edu Libby Kehn, Associate SID/Webmaster Office: 864-656-4218 Email: elizabk@clemson.edu Jeff Kallin, Assistant SID Office: 864-656-1920 Email: jkallin@clemson.edu

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TRACK & FIELD FACILITIES Clemson Indoor Facility Clemson track & field opened its $3.6 million dollar indoor track facility in December of 2003. The track is located adjacent to the Rock Norman Outdoor Track Complex. The indoor facility contains a 200m Mondo track with an eight lane (44�) straightaway and a six-lane oval with a 73-foot radius. In the infield, the facility features one high jump apron, two pole vault runways and two long and triple jump runways. A permanent throwing cage is located outside the track for the weight throw and shot put. The facility also includes an athletic training room, seating for 1,800 spectators, restroom and concession facilities. The mezzanine level serves as home to the Tigers’ timing system, public address system, sports information and media work areas. The facility served as the host site for the 2004 and 2007 ACC Indoor Championships.

Rock Norman Outdoor Track

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TRACK & FIELD FACILITIES Rock Norman Outdoor Track Beginning in the fall of 2009, the Tigers’ outdoor facility, named in honor of former head coach Rock Norman, went through several significant and necessary renovations. The changes paid off, as Clemson played host to an oustanding ACC Outdoor Championships from April 15-17, 2010. The 10-lane track and jump pits were resurfaced in the fall by Beynon Sports Surfaces. The company, based out of Hunt Valley, MD, implemented a 2000 Hobart state-of-the-art surface. Clemson is currently one of only two universities in the nation with this type of outdoor track surface. The unique quality of the Hobart system will allow student-athletes to train, while being able to obtain world-class records and speed. The track features a steeplechase barrier and water jump area on the outer border of the track, and it was renovated last fall to incorporate a softer hurdle surface and improved signage. The facility features four pits for long jump and triple jump, and a main high jump apron area (66’x112’) which is shared with the runway for the javelin throw (175’). Also in the fall, new trees were planted along the inside and outside of the fence on the frontstretch curve. This gives the facility an aesthetic appeal. New wrought iron fencing and brick pillars were also used in the construction of a new entrance between the indoor and outdoor track facilities. The facility boasts a stadium with a seating capacity of 4,500, as well as permanent restrooms and concession areas. A $100,000 press box was added in 2001, which houses the Tigers’ timing system, media and sports information work areas. Another feature of the Rock Norman Complex is the $80,000 30’x27’ electronic scoreboard and message board. The board displays school, place and time for all 10 lanes. The board demands 56, 280 watts of electricity to operate and is run by a Venus 200 computer. Rock Norman Track, located in Jervey Meadows, is also an excellent facility for throwers with two discus and hammer circles with state-of-the-art protective cages, as well as three shot circles.

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MEN’S SEASON OUTLOOK OVERVIEW The success of the 2010-11 men’s track & field team will depend largely on the improvements made by a cast of young student-athletes. The Tigers do not have a ton of depth, so individual development will be at a premium this winter as Clemson prepares for indoor season. Clemson only suffered a few key losses off of last year’s team, headlined by All-ACC pole vaulter Xavier Tromp and school record-holder in the weight and hammer throws, Zach Berg. In fact, Clemson returns 14 lettermen from the 2010 team that placed sixth and fifth, respectively, at the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships. The Tiger men’s program has gone six seasons without a conference championship, the longest drought at Clemson since the 1983-86 era. Last season, the Tigers did not have an individual ACC champion for the first time 1986. For Clemson to take the next step and return to the upper echelon of the conference, every athlete on the roster will be asked to go above and beyond his ability for the good of the team. SPRINTS Injuries and inconsistency plagued this group last season. Warren Fraser and Justin Murdock return this season, and Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson hopes that both will make strides in 2010-11. Murdock was a freshman All-American after helping Clemson’s 4x100m relay to a third-place finish at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships. He was AllACC individually in the 60 meters last indoor season, but a hamstring injury suffered in the prelims at the conference’s outdoor meet all but ended his sophomore season. Fraser showed the typical ups and downs of a firstyear freshman in 2010. The native of Nassau, Bahamas clocked a season-best 10.46 in the IAAF World Junior Championships in July and was also the ACC’s fifthplace finisher in the 100 meter dash in April. La’Mont Jackson and Jordan Rispress will compete in the 400 meters during indoor season. Jackson was forced to red-shirt the outdoor campaign due to injury. Indoors, he just missed qualifying for the finals of the ACC Championships in both the 200 and 400. Rispress, an intermediate hurdler, was ninth in the quarter mile at the league indoor meet. The coaching staff will welcome a pair of raw sprinters to the fold this season in Joe Craig and Kyle Younkin. A two-sport athlete that red-shirted this past football season as a wide receiver, Craig won three state championships in the short sprints for Gaffney High School in South Carolina. Younkin made noise on the national scene after a third-place finish in the 400 at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals this spring. HURDLES This would have been the deepest unit on the 201011 roster for Johnson and his staff, but 2010 NCAA qualifier Charlton Rolle was deemed academically ineligible prior to the season. However, the return of All-American Spencer Adams, also a football standout, will give a jolt to a promising young group of studentathletes. Adams earned his first All-America certificate after finishing eighth last winter in the 60 hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships. It was quite a return for Adams, who missed the entire 2008-09 season after tearing his ACL in football. Adams was All-ACC outdoor in both hurdle events and participated in the 110 hurdles at the NCAA national meet in Eugene, OR. Johnson expects big things from his leading hurdler. A pair of sophomores – Claudio Delli Carpini and Marcus Maxey – could see an expanded role in the high 6

“We need those two guys (Fraser, Murdock, left to right, below) to step up. We have a great tradition of sprinters here at Clemson, and we want to keep that alive. They’re more committed to the weight room and taking care of themselves physically. They need to be focused and dedicated to being the BEST SPRINTERS in the league.” Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson

hurdles for the Tigers this season. Delli Carpini was a scorer in the 110 hurdles at the ACC meet and competed in the same event for his native Italy at the IAAF World Junior Championships. Maxey was inconsistent as well during his freshman season, but showed promise by qualifying for the NCAA East Prelims in the 110 hurdles. Jackson and Rispress will provide supporting roles in the intermediate hurdles. Rispress is a former national high school runner-up in the 400 hurdles, and Johnson is hoping for improvement from the sophomore this season. DISTANCE The Tigers have shown a great deal of promise in the middle distance and distance areas in a year and a half under event coach Brad Herbster. Last season, Chris Slate and Jasen Turnbull were among the most improved athletes on the team as both qualified for the NCAA East Prelims in the 800 meters. This season, higher expectations exist for both athletes. Slate ranks sixth in the outdoor 800 in the Tiger record books. He posted a time of 1:49.28 last season at the Orange & Purple Classic. At the same meet, Turnbull clocked a 1:49.62, which is the ninth-best time in school history. The middle distance group should receive a boost from the arrival of freshman Nathan Hendershot. The Pendleton, IN native was a two-time state meet runnerup in the 800 meters and competed in the event at the New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, NC over the summer. The top performer on the cross country squad this fall was Ty McCormack, a freshman out of Gainesville, GA. McCormack won two individual meets and was

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one position shy of earning All-ACC status in his first season. He was a New Balance All-American in the 5K last summer after finishing fourth in the event. JUMPS Arguably the thinnest event area on the men’s team this season, the Tigers will lean heavily on the talents of Josh Fowler in the horizontal jumps. Last year, Fowler’s progress under the current coaching staff culminated with a trip to the NCAA Outdoor Championships to compete in the triple jump. Fowler was 11th at the NCAA East Prelims after a career-best 51’4.5” jump, No. 4 on the school’s alltime performance list. He finished 15th at the NCAA national meet in Eugene. Fowler also showed out in the long jump with a pair of All-ACC finishes during the indoor and outdoor seasons. He ranks inside the top 10 of the Tiger record books in those events as well. The pole vault will experience a transition this season. Gone are Tromp and Chris Spear, both former All-ACC vaulters. Entering the mix this season will be several fresh faces, most notably Michael Kopanski from Dacula, GA. Kopanski was a USA Track & Field Junior Olympic champion in 2009. He earned AllAmerica honors at the 2010 New Balance Nationals after a 16-foot clearance. THROWS Alex Padgett has developed into one of the most dependable student-athletes on the roster in the last several years. Now a red-shirt senior, the Rock Hill, SC native has come into his own in the throwing events, and should be a force within the conference ranks. Padgett was a consistent scorer at the ACC championship meets last season. During the indoor season, he was fourth in the weight throw and fifth in the shot put. At the outdoor meet, he was fourth in both the shot put and hammer throw. Padgett ranks among the top five in Clemson history in both shot put events, as well as the weight and hammer throws. Thor Serafenas of Olney, MD is a newcomer who could work his way into the rotation this season. Cory Thalheimer (shot put) and Stephen White (discus) will be role players for the Tigers this season, who look to find a replacement for all-time weight and hammer throw record-holder Zach Berg. MULTI-EVENTS The top returning student-athlete on the 2010-11 roster is Miller Moss. He had a breakout season in 2010 for the Tiger program and began to reach his potential. Moss was ACC runner-up in both the heptathlon and decathlon, establishing school records in both. He earned his first All-America honor after an eighth-place finish in the heptathlon. He showed a ton of grit and determination in the weeks after a disappointing decathlon showing at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. After fouling three times in the discus, he was relegated to a low finish after having the meet of his life. Two weeks later, he shrugged off the disappointment with a fourth-place finish at the USA Championships. His effort earned him a spot as the youngest member of Team USA for the annual Thorpe Cup, where he was one of the team’s top performers. Johnson believes big things are in store for his senior leader this season. He also noted Moss could be called upon to compete in several open events, including the hurdles, long jump and pole vault.


WOMEN’S SEASON OUTLOOK OVERVIEW What could Clemson’s women’s track & field program possibly do for an encore? Last season, the Tiger women earned their firstever sweep of the ACC indoor and outdoor team championships. Clemson finished in the top 20 at both the NCAA indoor and outdoor nationals. The program produced one NCAA champion and 17 All-Americans. “The team that we have now may be even better than the team we had last year,” said Lawrence Johnson, Director of Track & Field. That should certainly be a scary thought for the Tigers’ competition. Clemson won both the indoor and outdoor conference meets by wide margins – over 50 points each time. This time around, however, the Tiger head coach expects a stiff fight at the indoor meet. Clemson will be without three of its best student-athletes – Michaylin Golladay, Patricia Mamona and Liane Weber – until the start of outdoor season. The trio exhausted their indoor eligibility last season, but will return in the spring to lead Clemson’s talented group. SPRINTS The reigning ACC Indoor Freshman of the Year, Brianna Rollins, and the ACC Outdoor Freshman of the Year, Stormy Kendrick, will spearhead one of the strongest units in the nation this season. After displaying her talents during indoor season, Kendrick took her performance to another level outdoors. She was ACC runner-up in both the 100 and 200-meter events, and then led the Tigers’ 4x100m relay to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships. Kendrick established a Tiger female record in the 100m dash with a time of 11.25 seconds. Her top achievement came after the season when she won a pair of gold medals for Team USA at the IAAF World Junior Championships. When she won the gold in the 200m dash, she became just the second Clemson female in history to win a world junior event. One of the top talents on the overall team is Rollins, also a standout hurdler. Rollins was the ACC indoor 200m champion and led the 4x400m relay team to a conference crown and All-America finish as well. The ACC’s top freshman suffered a stress fracture in her back, and was forced to red-shirt the outdoor season. The Tigers still won the team title at the ACC Outdoor Championships by over 50 points, despite being down one of the league’s most dynamic athletes. Jasmine Edgerson was a common denominator in both All-America and ACC champion relay teams a year ago. She was the anchor leg for the Tigers’ thrilling victory in the 4x100m event at home last April. Edgerson will be a factor for both relay teams again, while also increasing her individual workload in the sprints and hurdles. The two newcomers most likely to contribute in the sprints are Marlena Wesh and freshman phenom Whitney Fountain. A transfer from the University of Oklahoma, Wesh was an NCAA Preliminary Round qualifier in the quarter mile and an All-Big XII runner in the event as well. Wesh will compete in both the 200 and 400 for the Tigers, as well as the relay units. Fountain could make the biggest splash of any incoming freshman in the ACC. A dynamic all-around athlete, the Bronx native is expected to compete in not only the sprints, but also the hurdles, jumps and multievents. Fountain was the runner-up in both the 55m and 200m dash events at the 2010 National Scholastic Indoor Championships. She also ran the nation’s top time in the 300-meter event among high school athletes.

HURDLES Another strong area of the 2010-11 women’s track & field team will be the hurdles. Clemson returns every one of its top athletes in both hurdle events this season, while gaining the services of a red-shirted standout, a pair of transfers and another heralded freshman in Bridgette Owens. When healthy, Rollins was the top hurdler on the squad last season. She was an All-American in the 60m hurdles with a Tiger record 8.17 in the event. Golladay has just one season of eligibility remaining, the 2011 outdoor campaign. Last year, the Clemson graduate blossomed into one of the league’s best high hurdlers. She set the Tiger record in the 100m hurdles with a time of 13.07 at the NCAA East Prelims, and then experienced great postseason success by earning a silver medal in the event at the NACAC U23 Championships. Golladay also helped the 4x100m relay to an ACC championship and All-America showing. Owens is among a handful of athletes that can contribute for Johnson’s team in the high hurdles. The native of Oak Park, MI was the national runner-up in both high hurdle events as a high school senior in 2010. Others looking to contribute in the high hurdles are transfers Briana Johnson and Monique Gracia, and red-shirt freshman Janice Jackson. Johnson competed for San Diego State the past three seasons and was All-Mountain West as a junior in both the 60 and 100 hurdles. Gracia transferred from SC State, while Jackson has recovered from a torn ACL suffered prior to enrollment last summer. Sonni Austin is the squad’s top returning intermediate hurdler. She is fourth on Clemson’s career charts in the event and performed well at the NCAA East Prelims, finishing just two positions outside of qualifying for the outdoor national meet. Austin was an integral part of the Tigers’ 4x4 success in 2010 as well. DISTANCE When discussing the Tigers’ prospects in the distance area, all talk begins and ends with Kim Ruck. A junior and original walk-on from nearby Greer, SC, Ruck elevated her game last season to the level of an individual ACC champion and All-American in the 5K. Ruck, known for her outstanding work ethic, had a great showing during the fall cross country season as well. She finished sixth at the Southeast Regional, which solidified a bid for Ruck to the NCAA Cross Country Championships in November. While Ruck deservedly receives most of the attention among the distance group, several veterans and rookies have shown the ability to provide a supporting role. Alyssa Kulik and Stephanie Buffo made strides in the steeplechase last season, where both rank 1-2 in the Tiger record books. Kulik was named to the AllSoutheast Region team after a 25th-place finish to end the cross country season. JUMPS Few teams in the NCAA can match the quality of top-end talent that Clemson possesses in Mamona and April Sinkler. Last season, the two combined to earn six All-America certificates and seven All-ACC accolades. This season will be the final call for Mamona, who claimed the eighth individual NCAA championship in Clemson women’s track & field history last spring when she won the outdoor triple jump title. She hit a mark of just under 46 feet, but she soon surpassed that mark after an eighth-place finish at the European Championships. Mamona was the ACC’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year in 2010 and a third-team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American as well. While her primary focus will be on repeating as NCAA champion in the triple jump, Mamona will

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also contribute to the Tiger team during conference championship season by competing in the high hurdles, open long jump and multi-events. By all accounts, Sinkler could very well be the most versatile field event athlete in the nation. She is a standout in the high jump and both horizontal jumps. She owns three ACC championships apiece in the high jump and long jump, and also collected four All-America accolades last season alone in the long jump and triple jump. Sinkler is a three-time ACC meet MVP, one shy of the Clemson record of four set by Kim Graham. Sinkler, the school record-holder in both the high jump and long jump, gained confidence over the summer after capturing a pair of bronze medals at the NACAC U23 Championships. Jasmine Brunson returns for her sophomore season and should again make an impact in the long jump. She was a scorer at both ACC championship meets last season, and ranks inside the school’s top 10 performance list in both the indoor and outdoor long jump. Brunson will see more work as a triple jumper this season. Returning to the Tiger lineup in the pole vault is junior Amy Morrison, who shared All-ACC honors last season with teammate Caroline Kennedy. A fantastic athlete, Morrison should be ready to make a leap in the event after clearing a personal best and school record 12’11.5” last indoor season. THROWS The Tigers will take a hit with the loss of Linda Buchholz and Bethanie Wachna in the javelin. However, sophomore Brittney Waller returns after a successful rookie campaign and she will receive help in the form of Youngstown State transfer Danielle Curry. Waller was an All-ACC performer during both seasons as a freshman, first in the weight throw and then in the hammer. She ranks in the top five in Clemson history in both the weight throw and discus. Curry has one outdoor season and two indoor seasons left. She was an NCAA participant in the shot put last spring, the first female in Youngstown history to advance to the national outdoor meet. She won six Horizon League individual championships from 200810, including five in the shot put alone. MULTI-EVENTS The biggest question mark among this group is the health of two-time All-American Weber. After establishing an ACC record en route to winning the conference heptathlon crown last April, she suffered a torn tendon in her foot and was still walking with a boot when fall semester began. Weber has just one outdoor season of eligibility remaining. Her effect on the team was felt at both championship meets last season when she captured the women’s multi-event titles with conference records. She also placed fifth in the pentathlon at the NCAA Championships. A terrific all-around student-athlete, Weber was a first-team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American last season. Karine Farias, a sophomore from Brazil, will lead the multi-events group in Weber’s absence. Farias was a scorer at both ACC championship meets last year and already sits fourth in Clemson history in the pentathlon after accumulating 3,709 points last winter. Mamona should compete in the multi-events at the ACC championship meets. She earned the bronze medal at the ACC Outdoor Championships in April. Mamona is second in Clemson history in the pentathlon and third all-time in the heptathlon, a testament to her incredible all-around ability.

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NCAA QUALIFYING STANDARDS 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships MEN Event 55m 60m

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TRACK EVENTS AUTOMATIC FAT MT 6.14@ 6.60@

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Event 55m 60m

55m hurdles

7.17@

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60m hurdles

7.70@

200m Under 200m 200m Over 200m

21.48 21.23 20.83

400m Under 200m 200m Over 200m

TRACK EVENTS AUTOMATIC FAT MT 6.74@ 7.26@

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55m hurdles

7.57@

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60m hurdles

8.14@

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200m Under 200m 200m Over 200m

23.90 23.70 23.20

47.15 46.75 46.15

46.9 46.5 45.9

400m Under 200m 200m Over 200m

53.40 53.10 52.60

52.9 52.6 52.3

800m 200m Over 200m

1:48.90 1:48:00

1:48.6 1:47.7

800m 200m Over 200m

2:06.00 2:05.00

2:05.7 2:04.7

Mile# 200m Over 200m

4:00.80 3:59.00

4:00.5 3:58.7

Mile# 200m Over 200m

4:38.90 4:37.00

4:38.6 4:36.7

3,000m# 200m Over 200m

7:57.20 7:54.50

7:56.9 7:54.2

3,000m# 200m Over 200m

9:16.00 9:13.00

9:15.7 9:12.7

5,000m# 200m Over 200m

13:50.80 13:47.00

13:50.5 13:46.7

5,000m# 200m Over 200m

16:12.50 16:07.50

16:12.2 16:07.2

1,600m Relay Under 200m 200m Over 200m

3:10.50 3:08.90 3:06.50

3:10.2 3:08.6 3:06.2

1,600m Relay Under 200m 200m Over 200m

3:37.00 3:35.80 3:34.00

3:36.7 3:35.5 3:33.7

Mile Relay Under 200m 200m Over 200m

3:11.70 3:10.10 3:07.70

3:11.4 3:09.8 3:07.4

Mile Relay Under 200m 200m Over 200m

3:38.20 3:37.00 3:34.20

3:37.9 3:36.7 3:33.9

Distance Medley Relay-Meters# 200m 9:33.0 Over 200m 9:32.0

9:32.7 9:31.7

Distance Medley Relay-Meters# 200m 11:09.40 Over 200m 11:05.50

11:09.1 11:05.2

Distance Medley Relay-Yards# 200 m 9:35.70 Over 200 m 9:33.50

9:35.4 9:33.2

Distance Medley Relay-Yards# 200m 11:11.00 Over 200 m 11:09.00

11:10.7 11:08.7

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FIELD EVENTS Event METRIC/ENGLISH High Jump 2.24/7’4.25” Pole Vault 5.50/18’0.5” Long Jump 7.90/25’11” Triple Jump 16.15/53’0” Shot Put 19.30/63’4” 35-Pound Weight 21.50/70’6.5” Heptathlon 5,675 points

FIELD EVENTS Event METRIC/ENGLISH High Jump 1.85/6’0.75” Pole Vault 4.30/14’1.25” Long Jump 6.38/20’11.25” Triple Jump 13.30/43’7.75” Shot Put 16.90/55’5.5” 20-Pound Weight 21.00/68’10.75” Pentathlon 4,075 points

*-Size of track; #-Altitude adjustment available.

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@ Qualifying times attained at altitude of 6,000 feet and above, add .04 seconds. Times attained at altitude of 3,000-5,999 feet, add .02 seconds.

@ Qualifying times attained at altitude of 6,000 feet and above, add .04 seconds. Times attained at altitude of 3,000-5,999 feet, add .02 seconds.

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PATRICIA MAMONA 2010 NCAA Outdoor Triple Jump Champion

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HEAD COACH LAWRENCE JOHNSON Johnson’s Coaching Honors

Johnson’s Résumé

Indoor Track & Field - Southeast Region Women’s Coach-of-the-Year (2010); ACC Women’s Coach-ofthe-Year (2010)

Personal Information Name: Lawrence A. Johnson Birthday: May 25, 1975 Wife: former Lilly Montgomery Children: Desirae (15), Lawrence (10), Laniah (6), Lukas (5) Education: Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the University of Arkansas (2000)

Outdoor Track & Field - Southeast Region Women’s Coach-of-the-Year (2010); ACC Women’s Coach-ofthe-Year (2010)

DIRECTOR OF TRACK & FIELD THIRD SEASON AT CLEMSON Lawrence Johnson is in his third season as the Director of Track & Field and Cross Country at Clemson. Under his leadership, both the men’s and women’s teams have shown consistent progress. In the case of the women’s program, Clemson’s success in 2010 provided a clear illustration of Johnson’s impeccable coaching abilities. For the first time in school history, the Clemson women swept the ACC indoor and outdoor team championships last season. Johnson was the recipient of the ACC Women’s Coach-of-the-Year award for both seasons, also a Tiger coaching first. Clemson won the indoor crown in surprising fashion to some. The Tigers were thought to be underdogs heading into the three-day meet, but Johnson’s team dominated the event by tallying 145.5 points. Second-place Florida State had just 93. While the margin of victory was impressive, the women somehow improved on it at the outdoor conference meet at home, winning by 53 points over the Seminoles despite competing without ACC Indoor Freshman-ofthe-Year Brianna Rollins. Under Johnson’s watch, the women’s team totaled 17 All-America performers in 2010 alone. A school-record 10 were at the NCAA Indoor Championships, when the team tied for seventh place. It was Clemson’s highest finish since the 2001 team tied for third. The team followed with another top-20 finish in the spring, finishing 18th behind a national championship performance in the triple jump by Patricia Mamona. April Sinkler collected a program-best four All-America awards in 2010. Mamona added two, as did freshmen Jasmine Edgerson and Rollins. Spencer Adams, Sonni Austin, Michaylin Golladay, Stormy Kendrick, Miller Moss, Brittany Pringley, Kim Ruck, Kristine Scott and Liane Weber all earned one All-America certificate as well. In terms of individual accolades, several of Johnson’s athletes stood out in 2010. Mamona was named the ACC’s Outdoor Field Athlete-of-the-Year, while Sinkler was the league’s Meet MVP during both seasons. Weber was a firstteam ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American, while Mamona was named to the third team. In addition to Rollins’ indoor rookie honor, Kendrick went on to be named ACC Outdoor Freshman-ofthe-Year. It was a banner year for both individual and 10

relay championships at the ACC level as well. Sinkler won the indoor and outdoor high jump and long jump, while Weber swept the pentathlon and heptathlon with ACC records. Rollins won the indoor 200m dash, while Ruck took home her first conference title in the 5K. The Tigers capped both meets by winning a relay on the final day. Indoors, a team of four freshmen captured the 4x400m relay in dominant fashion. Outdoors, Clemson took home the 4x100m relay. Both relays went on to All-America performances at the NCAA Championships. Johnson’s ability as a coach was first displayed for the Tigers at the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships, where two-sport athlete Jacoby Ford won his first-ever national crown in the 60m dash. Clemson produced seven All-Americans in his first year alone, but that only taps the surface of what Johnson was able to accomplish in his initial campaign as a Division I head coach. Ford earned three of the All-America honors by himself in 2009 and excelled in his only season within Johnson’s system. Ford established an ACC record time of 6.51 in winning the league’s 60m dash title. He also went on to win the 100m dash outdoors. Ford capped his brilliant season with an NCAA East Regional title in the 100m dash and 4x100m relay. The 4x100m relay, consisting of Ford, C.J. Spiller, Justin Murdock and Trenton Guy, experienced a level never before seen at Clemson. Johnson and Assistant Coach Tim Hall carefully put the pieces of the puzzle together, and returned home with a third-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships after establishing a school record (38.77). The group also won the school’s first-ever regional championship in Greensboro, NC. Perhaps the most visible aspect of Johnson’s impact in his first year was the turnaround experienced by the women’s team. Clemson finished third at the 2009 ACC Indoor Championships, an incredible fivespot improvement from the previous year. As it turned out, it was only a foreshadowing of things to come. Johnson personally coached three champions at the meet, Sinkler in the high jump and long jump, and Weber in the pentathlon. Sinkler was named the ACC Field MVP at the conclusion of the meet. Weber went on to earn her first-ever AllAmerica certificate after placing sixth in the pentathlon at the NCAA Championships. Johnson, 35, was one of the top assistant coaches in collegiate track & field when approached by Clemson’s administration about the possibility of becoming the school’s next head coach. He coached the sprints, hurdles, jumps, and multi-

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Coaching History Graduate Assistant, Arkansas 2000-2001 Assistant Coach, Southern Illinois 2001-04 Assistant Coach, Virginia Tech 2005-07 Associate Women’s Head Coach, Virginia Tech 2007-08 Head Coach, Clemson 2008-Present By the Numbers 1 - Olympian, World Junior Champion 2 - NCAA, USA JR, Pan American JR Champions 3 - ACC Record-Holders (Jacoby Ford, 60m -6.51; Liane Weber, Pentathlon - 4,262; Liane Weber, Heptathlon, 5,928) 32 - ACC Champions (15 at Clemson) 36 - All-Americans (26 at Clemson) events for the men and women at Virginia Tech. He was coming off a 2008 season in which he was named Southeast Region Assistant Coach-of-the-Year by the USTFCCCA. Johnson’s groups were a big reason the Hokies claimed four straight ACC championships and two consecutive NCAA East Region titles on the women’s side since 2006-07. In 2007, he was named National Assistant Coach-of-the-Year for women’s sprints and hurdles. In total, Johnson coached 10 NCAA All-Americans and 17 ACC champions in his four years with the Virginia Tech program. He also coached eight NCAA


HEAD COACH LAWRENCE JOHNSON East Region individual champions. In 2008, he coached the Tech women’s sprinters and hurdlers to historic seasons. One of his athletes, Queen Harrison, earned a spot on the United States roster for the Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Under Johnson’s watchful eye, Harrison was the first female in Virginia Tech history to be named to a U.S. Olympic team. Also in 2008, Harrison was named Southeast Region Track Athlete-of-the-Year after setting ACC records in winning both the 100m and 400m hurdles at the NCAA East Regional in Tallahassee, FL. Harrison was also ACC champion in the 400m hurdles and runner-up in the 100m hurdles. She was an NCAA All-American indoors in the 60m hurdles. Johnson coached another exciting sophomore to great individual success in 2008. Kristi Castlin was NCAA runner-up in the 60m hurdles during the indoor season, then ACC champion in the 100m hurdles outdoors. She was also All-Region in the high hurdles outdoors after a fifth-place finish in Tallahassee. Johnson’s student-athletes have experienced great success on the international scene as well. Both Castlin and Harrison earned gold medals in the summer of 2007 at the Pan American Junior Championships. Castlin won the 100m hurdles with a meet record, while Harrison accomplished the same feat in the 400m hurdles. Harrison was also silver medalist in the 100m hurdles. Castlin was silver medalist in the 100m hurdles at the 2008 NACAC (North American, Central American and Caribbean) Under-23 Championships in Mexico. Under Johnson’s direction, both Castlin and Harrison established records at the USA Junior Championships and Pan American Junior Championships. Castlin holds the 100m hurdles record in both, while Harrison sits atop the 400m hurdles records. International success continued for Johnson’s athletes in his second year at Clemson. Kendrick

Tiger Standouts Under Johnson NCAA CHAMPIONS (2) Men’s Indoor (1) 2009 Jacoby Ford Women’s Outdoor (1) 2010 Patricia Mamona

60m Triple Jump

ALL-AMERICANS (26) Men’s Indoor (3) 2009 Jacoby Ford 60m 2010 Spencer Adams 60m Hurdles Miller Moss Heptathlon Men’s Outdoor (5) 2009 Jacoby Ford Murdock, Spiller Guy, Ford Women’s Indoor (11) 2009 Liane Weber 2010 Kim Ruck Brianna Rollins Pringley, Rollins Austin, Edgerson April Sinkler Patricia Mamona April Sinkler Liane Weber Women’s Outdoor (7) 2010 Golladay, Kendrick Scott, Edgerson April Sinkler Patricia Mamona April Sinkler

100m 4x100m Relay

Pentathlon 5000m 60m Hurdles 4x400m Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Pentathlon 4x100m Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump

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won an individual gold medal in the 200m dash at the IAAF World Junior Championships, while also adding a gold as a member of the 4x100m relay for Team USA. Kendrick’s individual championship was the first in Clemson women’s track & field history at the world juniors. She joined Kim Graham and Michelle Burgher as world junior champions in any event (both were 4x400m relay champions). Golladay (100m hurdles) and Sinkler (high jump) both earned silver medals at the 2010 NACAC U23 Championships in Miramar, FL. Sinkler added a bronze in the long jump. Miller Moss made the U.S. team for the Thorpe Cup (multi-event competition) and performed well as the youngest competitor in the event. Prior to his four-year appointment at Virginia Tech, Johnson spent two years as an assistant at Southern Illinois. Prior to that stop, he assisted with the instruction of sprints, hurdles, and jumps at the University of Arkansas from 1999-2002. The Razorbacks won backto-back SEC “triple crown” championships during that time. Johnson earned an undergraduate degree in kinesiology from Arkansas in 2000. He earned one varsity letter with the Razorbacks’ nationally-renowned program. As a sprinter, he helped Arkansas to four SEC indoor and outdoor championships and the 1998 NCAA Outdoor national championship. He competed under legendary coach John McDonnell, who retired in 2008 after leading Arkansas to an unprecedented 42 NCAA championships. In 1995, Johnson was a member of the “triple crown” national championship track & field team at Blinn College in Texas. He also was a 1996 South Coast Conference champion in the 400m at Long Beach City College before moving on to Arkansas. Johnson is married to the former Lilly Montgomery. The couple has four children, Desirae (16), Lawrence (10), Laniah (6), and Lukas (5).

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ASSISTANT COACH TIM HALL

ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON AT CLEMSON Tim Hall is in his third season as a member of Clemson’s track & field coaching staff. Hall, who is in charge of coaching the short sprints and sprint relays for Clemson’s male and female athletes, has had a major impact on the Tiger program in his first two years on the job. Clemson captured ACC Championships in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field in Hall’s second year with the program. It was the first time in program history the Tigers earned the conference sweep across both track & field seasons. The women’s team went on to top-20 NCAA finishes in both seasons as well. Hall’s groups were major parts of Clemson’s success in 2010, particularly on the women’s side. He helped Brianna Rollins to an ACC crown in the 200m dash and the 4x400m relay to an indoor conference title with a group of four freshmen (including Rollins). She went on to earn ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year honors, after the mile relay claimed fifth place at the NCAA Indoor Championships. During the outdoor season, Hall’s 4x100m relay took home an ACC crown and a fourth-place national finish at the NCAA meet in Eugene, OR. The group was comprised of first-time All-Americans Michaylin Golladay and Kristine Scott, as well as indoor mile relay All-American Jasmine Edgerson. The fourth member of the relay was Stormy Kendrick, the ACC’s Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year. Under Hall’s watch, she earned All-ACC acclaim in the 60m, 100m and 200m dash events. Kendrick’s ultimate accomplishment came at the 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships, where she captured gold medals in the 200m dash and 4x100m relay for Team USA. Her individual victory was just the second individual crown at the World Junior Championships by a Clemson athlete. Hall’s athletes made quite an impression on the Tiger record books in 2010. Kendrick broke a 12-year old record in the women’s 100m dash, while placing third on the all-time 60m charts as well. Rollins posted the No. 6 time in school history in the indoor 200m dash, before injury forced her to red-shirt the 2010 outdoor season. Scott, a senior who grew into a solid contributor her final two years under Hall’s guidance, concluded her career sixth at Clemson in both the 100m dash and 200m dash. It isn’t often a coach comes in to a new setting and guides an established student-athlete to the pinnacle of his sport, but that’s exactly what Hall did with junior two-sport standout Jacoby Ford in 2009. With Hall’s guidance, Ford captured the NCAA championship in the 60m dash, his first and the ninth individual indoor crown for the men’s track & field program at Clemson. Ford put together one of the most amazing seasons in the history of Clemson’s storied sprint program. Ford won ACC championships in both the 60m (with ACC record time 6.51) and 100m dash events, while also 12

leading the Tigers at the NCAA East Regional with a championship in the 100m dash and as anchor leg for the 4x100m relay. Due to the success of Ford and the men’s 4x100m relay, Hall was named Southeast Region Men’s Assistant Coach-of-the-Year for the outdoor season by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). It was a fitting honor for the man who guided Ford to the second-best time in Clemson history in the 100m dash (10.01) and the 4x100m relay to a school-record time of 38.77 and third-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. He also coached C.J. Spiller and Trenton Guy to All-ACC performances, as well as freshman Justin Murdock to an All-East Region finish in the 100m dash. Hall was an assistant for Charlotte from 1996-2008, and served the program as its associate head coach his final three years. During his time with the 49ers, his groups repeatedly re-wrote school and conference records. Hall was also instrumental in helping Charlotte to numerous team championships, first in ConferenceUSA and then in the Atlantic-10. His student-athletes earned numerous accolades in 2008. He coached the 49ers to 10 Atlantic-10 championships, including both the 4x100m and 4x400m relays on the women’s side and the men’s 4x100m relay as well. Hall coached Lamarra Currie, who earned conference crowns in the 100m, 200m, and 4x100m, was named women’s Most Outstanding Performer. She was also an NCAA qualifier in two events and CoSIDA first-team Academic All-American. He coached Ebonie Cunningham to a championship in the 400m dash and 4x400m relay. She was named A-10 Rookie-of-the-Year. On the men’s side, Darius Law won the 200m and

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Hall’s Résumé Personal Information Name: Timothy L. Hall Birthday: August 10, 1969 Wife: former Adrean Byers Children: TeAnna (19) and Timothy, Jr. (4) Education: Bachelor’s degree in psychology from South Carolina State University (1994) Coaching Areas: Sprints, Relays Coaching History Assistant Coach, Charlotte Associate Head Coach, Charlotte Assistant Coach, Clemson

1996-2005 2005-08 2008-Present

By the Numbers 1 - NCAA Champion (Jacoby Ford, 60m - 2009); ACC Record-Holder (Jacoby Ford, 60m - 6.51); IAAF World Junior Champion (Stormy Kendrick, 200m - 2010) 2 - Regional Coach-of-the-Year Honors 20 - All-Americans (14 at Clemson) 29 - Conference Champions Since 2006 400m and was named both A-10 Rookie-of-the-Year and Most Outstanding Performer for his efforts. In total, Hall’s athletes captured 24 event championships in just three years as a member of the Atlantic-10. His most decorated athlete while at Charlotte was Shareese Woods, a four-time USTFCCCA AllAmerican. Woods was 2007 A-10 women’s Most Outstanding Performer and won four individual conference championships during her time with the 49er program. Hall coached her to a gold medal with the 4x100m relay at the 2006 NACAC Under-23 team. Woods went on to have great success in 2008 after finishing her collegiate career. She was USA Track & Field’s 400m indoor champion in 2008, and was also bronze medalist in the same event at the IAAF World Championships. Hall also guided Courtney Patterson to All-America honors with the 49ers’ women’s team. She earned the honor in the 100m dash in 2006. Patterson was also two-time Atlantic-10 champion in the 100m dash and 4x100m relay (2006, 2007) and All-East Region in the 100m both years as well. Hall was tabbed East Region Assistant Coach-ofthe-Year for women’s sprints, hurdles, and relays in 2006 after leading Charlotte to a banner year behind the strong performances of Patterson and Woods. He coached the school’s first-ever All-Americans in the sprints, both male and female. Derrick Johnson earned the honor in the 60m dash in 2005, while Woods was the program’s first female All-American in 2006. Johnson was also 2002 Conference-USA Freshman-ofthe-Year under Hall’s tutoring. Hall guided 11 sprinters to the NCAA East Region Championships in 2005, where the men’s 4x100m relay garnered All-Region recognition. The men’s 4x100m relay also earned AllRegion honors in 2004. Prior to his time with Charlotte, Hall was the head coach for the Queen City Striders AAU Track Club for six years. In 1995, the Striders earned 36 medals at the AAU Junior Olympic Games under Hall’s guidance. Hall graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from South Carolina State in 1994. He was a three-time captain for the Bulldogs’ track team and an All-MEAC performer as well. He holds a Level II coaching certification with specialization in sprints, hurdles, and relays. Hall is married to the former Adrean Byers. The couple has two children, TeAnna (19) and Timothy Jr. (4).


ASSISTANT COACH BRAD HERBSTER

ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON AT CLEMSON Brad Herbster is in his second season as a member of Clemson’s cross country and track & field staffs. Director of Cross Country and Track & Field Lawrence Johnson added Herbster to his staff in the summer of 2009, a move that had a positive impact on the program in Herbster’s first full season with the Tigers. Herbster is in charge of all phases of the men’s and women’s distance programs. Clemson captured ACC Championships in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field in Herbster’s first year with the program. It was the first time in program history the Tigers earned the conference sweep across both track & field seasons. The women’s team went on to top-20 NCAA finishes in both seasons as well. In his first season, he coached Kim Ruck to AllAmerica status with a seventh-place finish in the 5K at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Ruck was also the ACC’s indoor champion in the event, Clemson’s first indoor female distance champion in the conference in 17 years. Herbster coached her to a school-record time in the 5K. She also earned a bid to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 10K, finishing in 13th place. In one season with Herbster’s coaching, Ruck also ranks among the top three on Clemson’s all-time performance list in the outdoor 5K and 10K. He also coached Alyssa Kulik, an ACC scorer, to a school record in the 3000m steeplechase. Kulik and Stephanie Buffo earned spots at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the event in May. In middle distance, both Chris Slate and Jasen Turnbull entered the top 10 on Clemson’s all-time outdoor 800m performance list. Both also advanced to the NCAA East Prelims in Greensboro, NC at the end of the 2010 regular season. Under Herbster’s tutelage, Ruck also experienced outstanding individual results during the 2009 cross country campaign as well, highlighted by All-Region and All-ACC performances. She placed ninth at the conference meet, the highest finish by a Clemson female in 11 years. Both cross country teams finished among the top 15 at the NCAA Southeast Regionals in his first season. Ruck became the first Clemson female in 17 years to earn trips to all three NCAA national meets in the same calendar year when she competed at the NCAA Cross Country Championships in the fall of 2010. She earned the trip by finishing sixth at the NCAA Southeast Regional in Louisville, KY. Kulik was also all-region, finishing 25th. It was the first time in 17 years the Tiger women’s team had two all-region performers in the same cross country season. Herbster, like current Clemson assistant Tim Hall, joined the Tiger coaching staff after a stint with Charlotte. Herbster coached the distance athletes for the 49er program from 2002-09. During his time with the program, he was an integral part of four straight women’s Atlantic-10 championships as well as three of

the last four men’s A-10 team champions. His student-athletes earned great individual acclaim during Herbster’s tenure with the 49ers. He coached 35 conference champions (including relays) between indoor and outdoor track & field in his seven years with the program. In cross country, he mentored 28 all-conference performers, including the 2008 men’s and women’s individual champions. The 2008 cross country season was a banner one for Herbster’s athletes. The women’s team was runner-up at the A-10 meet, thanks to an individual championship by Amanda Goetschuis. She went on to also earn AllRegion honors and compete individually at the NCAA Cross Country Championships in November. On the men’s side, Herbster coached Adu Dentamo to the firstever A-10 individual championship in Charlotte history. The men placed fourth at the league meet. In 2002, Herbster’s first year, the men’s cross country team won its only Conference USA championship. Herbster was named Conference USA Coach-of-theYear in his initial campaign with the 49ers. On the track, an astounding 27 of Herbster’s conference champions came from the women’s track & field team. He coached Aja Jackson to nine individual championships from 2007-09 and Cassie Ficken to seven in 2005 and 2006. Under Herbster’s coaching, Ficken became the first indoor All-American in Charlotte women’s track & field history in 2005. Jackson was named A-10 Performer-of-the-Year in 2009 after winning both the 800m and 1500m events at the league meet. Herbster coached the 49ers to 10 conference championships in 2009 alone, including four relays. Charlotte swept the men’s and women’s distance medley relay at the A-10 Indoor Championships, while the women’s 4x800m relay won both indoor and outdoor crowns. Four of his individual champions in 2009 were first-time winners at the A-10 Track & Field Championships. Prior to joining the Charlotte program, Herbster spent four years as a high school coach in North

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Herbster’s Résumé Personal Information Name: Bradley John Herbster Birthday: May 13, 1969 Wife: former Deborah Akins Education: Bachelor’s degree in applied professional sciences from the University of South Carolina (1991) Coaching History Head Coach, North Mecklenburg HS 1999-2001 Assistant Coach, Charlotte 2002-05 Associate Head Coach, Charlotte 2005-09 Assistant Coach, Clemson 2009-Present By the Numbers 2 - All-Americans (1 at Clemson - Kim Ruck, 2010), Conference XC Champions at Charlotte 29 - All-Conference XC Selections (1 at Clemson Kim Ruck, 2009) 36 - Conference Track Champions (1 at Clemson Kim Ruck, 2010) Carolina. He coached cross country and distance events for North Mecklenburg High School for three years. He was named Coach-of-the-Year by the Charlotte Observer in 2000-01. He produced six All-Americans and five state champions while at North Mecklenburg. He then spent one year at Hopewell High School in Huntersville, NC, where he helped a startup track program finish second in its conference in its first year of existence. Herbster earned his undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina in 1991. He competed for the Gamecock cross country and track & field teams. Herbster was a three-time all-conference performer and still ranks fifth in school history on the all-time 3000m steeplechase performance list. Herbster, 41, is married to the former Deborah Akins.

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ASSISTANT COACH MARIO WILSON

ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON AT CLEMSON Mario Wilson is in his second season as an assistant within Clemson’s track & field coaching staff. Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson added Wilson to his staff in the summer of 2009, and it was a move that paid off in a big way for the Tiger programs in year one. Wilson came to Clemson after an assistant coaching stint at the University of New Mexico. He is in charge of the men’s and women’s vertical jumpers and javelin throwers. He also assists with the horizontal jumps and multi-events. Clemson captured ACC Championships in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field in Wilson’s first year with the program. It was the first time in program history the Tigers earned the conference sweep across both track & field seasons. The women’s team went on to top-20 NCAA finishes in both seasons as well. Wilson earned individual recognition for his coaching abilities in 2010. He was named Southeast Region Women’s Assistant Coach-of-the-Year during indoor season. He assisted April Sinkler, Patricia Mamona and Liane Weber to a combined four AllAmerica honors in March. In addition to his prowess on the women’s side, he helped Miller Moss establish a school record in the heptathlon. Moss was ACC runner-up in the event and went on to an eighth-place, All-America finish at the 2010 NCAA Indoor nationals. During the 2010 outdoor campaign, he coached multiple All-ACC performers. Moss was again ACC outdoor runner-up in the multi-events, with a school record 7,628 points in the decathlon. Moss would go on to finish fourth at the USA Championships, which qualified him to represent the U.S. in the prestigious Thorpe Cup multi-event competition versus Germany. He coached Bethanie Wachna to a runner-up finish in the javelin, just one year removed from surgery to repair a torn ACL. Linda Buchholz also earned allconference status in the javelin, while Caroline Kennedy and Amy Morrison both earned their first career AllACC honors by tying for third in the pole vault. Wilson’s athletes had a tremendous impact on the Tiger record books in his first year with the program. The aforementioned Moss set new standards in both male multi-events. In addition, Kennedy became the first female vaulter to surpass 13 feet, breaking her own outdoor school record. She and Morrison tied for first in Clemson history in the indoor pole vault. In the men’s pole vault, Xavier Tromp cleared 18’0.5” to break Mitch Greeley’s school mark. Wachna also established a new Tiger standard, with a throw of 160’8” at the ACC Championships. Wilson had a successful two-year run with the New Mexico Lobos prior to his appointment at Clemson. During his short amount of time with the program, he had a tremendous impact in individual athlete development. He coached four All-Americans, three Midwest Regional champions, and six Mountain West Conference champions while with New Mexico. 14

One of the student-athletes he coached, Katie Coronado, earned multiple distinctions as a result of Wilson’s training. She established a school record in the javelin throw, won a pair of Midwest Regional crowns and Mountain West Conference titles, as well as two All-America honors. She was national runner-up in 2008 and 11th in the event in 2009. Coronado was the first female All-American in consecutive years in New Mexico history. Wilson also guided Anthony Fairbanks to AllAmerica status in 2009 after a ninth-place finish in the men’s javelin. Fairbanks also won a Midwest Regional championship and set a Mountain West record with a throw of 225’9”. Wilson also coached MWC pole vault champion Whitney Johnson, who went on to earn AllRegion status as well. The 2008 season was an impressive one for Wilson’s student-athletes. He coached four NCAA qualifiers, two All-Americans, four Mountain West champions, and 10 All-MWC performers. The aforementioned Coronado not only was named MWC Most Outstanding Performer at the league outdoor meet, but she also went on to place sixth at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials in Oregon. In addition to Coronado’s runner-up finish at the 2008 NCAA Outdoor Championships, Wilson also mentored Robert Caldwell to a sixth-place showing in the pole vault. Caldwell was also MWC Most Outstanding Performer under Wilson’s leadership. Displaying his versatility, Wilson coached Tiyana Peters to an All-Midwest Region performance in the high jump and subsequent appearance at the NCAA Championships. He also coached Sandy Fortner, New Mexico’s all-time record-holder in both the pentathlon and heptathlon. Fortner was the first multi-event athlete to compete at the NCAA Championships for the Lobos. She was 12th in the pentathlon in 2008. Prior to his time in Albuquerque, Wilson was an assistant coach with Bucknell University from 2002-07. He coached an NCAA finalist in the women’s pole vault,

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Wilson’s Résumé Personal Information Name: Mario O. Wilson Birthday: October 26, 1975 Education: Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Marist College (1998) Coaching Areas: Jumps, Javelin, Multi-Events Coaching History Assistant Coach, Saint Francis (PA) Assistant Coach, Bucknell Assistant Coach, New Mexico Assistant Coach, Clemson 1 3 6 31

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By the Numbers Southeast Region Assistant Coach-of-the-Year honor Midwest Regional Champions (at New Mexico) All-Americans (2 at Clemson) Conference Champions Since 2002

11 NCAA East Regional qualifiers, and 25 individual Patriot League champions. Wilson began his collegiate coaching career at Saint Francis University in Loretto, PA. During his four years with the Red Flash program, Wilson coached a provisional NCAA qualifier, 12 IC4A qualifiers, and six Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) qualifiers. His student-athletes set 32 school records during his tenure. Wilson was also an assistant football coach at Saint Francis. Wilson, who began his career as head coach at Holy Cross High School in Flushing, NY in 1998, earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Marist College the same year. He was a four-time all-conference defensive back for the Red Foxes on the gridiron. Wilson also earned a master’s degree in education from Saint Francis in 2003.


ASSISTANT COACH SHAWN COBEY

ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON AT CLEMSON Shawn Cobey is in his second season as a member of the Tiger track & field coaching staff. Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson appointed Cobey to be in charge of the men’s and women’s throwers in August of 2009. It was a move that helped the Tigers achieve new heights as a program in 2010. He joined the staff after a successful stint as a student-athlete and coach at his alma mater, Youngstown State. Clemson captured ACC Championships in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field in Cobey’s first year with the program. It was the first time in program history the Tigers earned the conference sweep across both track & field seasons. The women’s team went on to top-20 NCAA finishes in both seasons as well. Cobey’s athletes were important contributors to the team success in 2010, both on the men’s and women’s sides. Zach Berg overcame a long bout with injuries to flourish in his final season in a Tiger uniform. It is no coincidence his performance level elevated with Cobey’s coaching. Under the new leadership, Berg established Clemson records in both the weight throw (66’11.5”) and hammer throw (210’7”). Berg was the third-place finisher at the ACC level in both events. He also earned his first-ever NCAA qualification by placing 12th at the East Prelims in Greensboro to close the outdoor season. Alex Padgett was a solid ACC scorer for the Tigers across multiple events, and he also moved his way up Clemson’s performance charts in Cobey’s first season. Padgett enters the 2010-11 season No. 2 in school history in both the weight throw and hammer throw, and No. 4/5 in the outdoor/indoor shot put. On the women’s side, freshman Brittney Waller earned all-conference nods in both the weight throw and hammer throw. Waller, who possesses a ton of upside, finished her freshman season in Clemson’s top 10 all-time in three events (weight throw, discus throw, hammer throw). She also qualified for the USA Junior Championships in both the discus and hammer. Cobey compiled an impressive coaching résumé at Youngstown State. He coached the Penguin throwers to great individual success from 2003-09, serving the last three years as the program’s recruiting coordinator. Cobey coached 105 all-conference performers as an assistant coach at Youngstown State, which included 32 conference champions. Cobey had nine Horizon League champions and 20 all-conference performers in 2009 alone. In addition to those outstanding totals, Cobey coached 23 NCAA Mideast Regional qualifiers, five Horizon League Performer-of-the-Meet recipients, and one Horizon League Athlete-of-the-Year. The Penguins experienced tremendous team success during his time as well, with the women’s team claiming five of the last six Horizon League outdoor championships. In 2009, Cobey instructed a pair of NCAA Mideast Regional qualifiers in Joe Lahmon and Aaron Merrill.

Both those student-athletes also won a pair of Horizon League crowns this past season. Merrill was also a USTFCCCA Scholar Athlete and third-team CoSIDA Academic All-American. Also in 2009, Danielle Curry won three Horizon titles (including a sweep of the indoor and outdoor shot put) in the women’s throwing events. The most decorated thrower in Youngstown State history was coached personally by Cobey. Bethany Anderson was a 12-time Horizon League champion from 2005-08. She also was named Most Outstanding Field Performer at three different Horizon League meets during her time with the Penguin program. He also coached Jarrod Davis to an outstanding career. Under Cobey’s tutelage, Davis was a two-time Most Outstanding Field Performer and three-time qualifier for the NCAA Mideast Regional. Davis was also an NCAA provisional qualifier in the indoor weight throw as a senior in 2006. Davis won three Horizon League championships in 2006. Prior to his time as an assistant coach at Youngstown State, Cobey was head coach of his alma mater, Canfield High School, for two years. Canfield won two conference championships under Cobey’s watch. Cobey was a six-time all-conference thrower at Youngstown State, including a two-time conference champion. He ranks among the school’s top 10

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Cobey’s Résumé Personal Information Name: Shawn W. Cobey Birthday: July 7, 1978 Education: Bachelor’s degree in education from Youngstown State (2001) Coaching Areas: Throws Coaching History Head Coach, Canfield HS Assistant Coach, Youngstown State Assistant Coach, Clemson

2001-03 2003-09 2009-Present

By the Numbers 1 - CoSIDA Academic All-American 2 - Clemson Record-Holders (Zach Berg, Weight Throw - 2010; Zach Berg, Hammer Throw - 2010) 32 - Conference Champions (at YSU) 109 - All-Conference Performers (4 at Clemson) performers in the indoor and outdoor shot put, weight throw, discus and hammer throw. He earned a bachelor’s degree in education in 2001. While coaching at his alma mater, Cobey also taught physical education and health for Youngstown City Schools.

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ASSISTANT COACH TAMARA ARDS

ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON AT CLEMSON Tamara Ards is in her first season with the Clemson track & field staff as an assistant coach. Ards came to Tigertown after a three-year stint as an assistant with the UNLV women’s track & field program. She is involved with recruiting and assists the sprints and hurdles, as well as helps with the day-to-day operations of the track & field office. “Tamara was highly recommended, and she has been a great fit for our program,” Johnson said. “She brings experience to our program as an educator of track & field. She teaches USATF Level I courses, so her background will be instrumental in the development of our program. She’s sharp and detail-oriented. It’s a pleasure to have her at Clemson, where she’s been a great complement to our coaching staff.” Ards coached the jumps, multi-events and quarter milers the past three seasons at UNLV. She also directed the program’s recruiting efforts as well. Prior to her stop in Las Vegas, Ards was an assistant coach with the Eastern Michigan women’s track & field program from 2006-07. She coached sprints, jumps, hurdles and multievents for the Eagles. In 2005-06, she was the track & field coordinator for LSU’s nationally-renowned program. She was responsible for all facets of the program’s recruiting, fundraising, travel arrangements and meet management. During her lone season in Baton Rouge, sophomore Xavier Carter became the first athlete in NCAA history to win the 100m dash and 400m dash at the same NCAA Championships. Both the Tiger men’s and women’s teams went on to win NCAA Mideast Regional crowns.

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From 2002-05, Ards served as an assistant coach at her alma mater, the University of Colorado. She worked with both the men’s and women’s programs in Boulder, coaching primarily the sprints and hurdles. In 2003, she coached AK Ikuwakor to an NCAA regional-qualifying time in the 400m hurdles. In 2004, she coached Deneeka Torrey to an NCAA time in both the 60m hurdles and 100m hurdles. In her final season as a member of the Buffaloes staff, she coached the men’s 4x400m relay to a berth at the NCAA regional meet. Ards, a USATF certified instructor for jumps, sprints, hurdles and combined events, was an AllAmerican at Colorado in 1996 as part of the school’s 4x400m relay. In 1996, her senior season, she helped the 4x4 to indoor and outdoor Big 8 championships. Colorado also captured the women’s team championship in the Big 8 her senior season. She was a four-time Big 8 All-Academic selection, and still holds the school record in the 400m dash (54.22). She earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism in 1995. From 1995-2002, she worked

Ards’ Résumé Personal Information Name: Tamara Michelle Ards Birthday: January 22, 1973 Education: Bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Colorado (1995) and master’s degree in sports administration from UNLV (2010) Coaching Areas: Sprints, Hurdles & Jumps Coaching History Assistant Coach, Colorado Track Coordinator, LSU Assistant Coach, Eastern Michigan Assistant Coach, UNLV Assistant Coach, Clemson

2002-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-10 2010-Present

various television and radio jobs as an anchor, producer and director in Colorado and Illinois. Ards added a master’s degree in sports administration from UNLV in 2010.

Q&A With the Newest Member of Clemson’s Coaching Staff What is it that sold you on Clemson’s program? “Having known Coach Johnson for a couple of years, I knew philosophically we shared the same values and goals for student-athletes. Watching what we has done in his first two years at Clemson is amazing, and definitely something anyone would want to be part of. This is all attributed to his passion and love for the sport and the students, which is very infectious.” How have you settled in to the area? “Clemson is a wonderful community and it is obvious that the blood runs orange. It is a community that loves and rallies around the university. We have many great traditions and so much school pride, and that makes it easy for anyone to want to be a part of Clemson University. I’ve met some great people who have been tremendous in making my transition into the community a seamless process.”

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What do you think of the women’s team’s chances to repeat as ACC champions in 2011? “I’m the ultimate ‘believer.’ One of my many mantras is, ‘If you believe, you can achieve.’ I believe our women know that if they follow the plan, everything will fall into place and happen as it should.” What are your specific responsibilities within the program? “On the track, I assist with coaching the sprints, hurdles and jumps. This ranges from teaching the technical aspects of each event...for example timing the quarter milers on their 600 meter breakdowns.” What are your thoughts on the cohesiveness of the staff? “The coaches are great. We each bring something unique and special to the program’s success. We have different personalities, which balances the staff and program. I believe this helps us to be successful.”


MEN’S ROSTER Name Height Spencer Adams 6-2 Joe Craig 6-0 Claudio Delli Carpini 6-1 John Doud 6-1 Josh Fowler 5-10 Warren Fraser 5-9 Nathan Hendershot 6-1 Chad Holt 5-11 La’Mont Jackson 6-0 Blake Kennedy 5-7 Michael Kopanski 6-2 Ryan Mangone 5-8 Martin Maloney 5-11 Marcus Maxey 6-2 Ty McCormack 6-3 Kevin McKenna 6-0 Miller Moss 6-4 Justin Murdock 5-10 Tyler Ostrowski 6-1 Alex Padgett 6-6 Aaron Ramirez 5-8 Jordan Rispress 6-2 Will Robinson 5-9 Thor Serafenas 6-0 Chris Slate 5-8 Cory Thalheimer 6-1 Nic Tones 5-10 Jasen Turnbull 6-0 Stephen White 6-5 Jeffrey Willis 5-8 Kyle Younkin 6-3

Class *So. Fr. So. So. *Gr. So. Fr. Sr. *Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. *Gr. Jr. Fr. *Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. *Jr. So. Jr. Sr. *Jr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown Charlotte, NC Gaffney, SC Westchester, NY Seneca, SC Inman, SC Nassau, Bahamas Pendleton, IN Greenville, SC Winston-Salem, NC Alpharetta, GA Dacula, GA Pittsburgh, PA Apple Valley, MN Athens, GA Gainesville, GA Suffern, NY Sumter, SC Pasadena, MD Mechanicsville, MD Rock Hill, SC Piedmont, SC Hilliard, OH Chadds Ford, PA Olney, MD Wilmington, DE Hopkinton, MA Bluffton, SC Northville, MI Beaufort, SC Canastota, NY Somerset, PA

Event(s) Hurdles Sprints Multi-Events Pole Vault Jumps Sprints Middle Distance Distance Hurdles/Sprints Distance Pole Vault Middle Distance Distance Hurdles Distance Distance Multi-Events Sprints Distance Throws Distance Hurdles Jumps Throws Distance Throws Distance Middle Distance Throws Pole Vault Sprints

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Claudio Delli Carpini................DEH-lee cahr-PEE-nee Ryan Mangone..................................................man-GOHN Nic Tones...................................................................TOHNS

Director of Track & Field: Lawrence Johnson Assistant Coaches: Tim Hall, Brad Herbster, Mario Wilson, Shawn Cobey, Tamara Ards

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MEN’S BIOS SPENCER ADAMS Hurdles 6-2 • Red-Shirt Sophomore Charlotte, NC

JOE CRAIG Sprints 6-0 • Freshman Gaffney, SC

Career Honors • USTFCCCA All-American, 60m Hurdles (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, 60m Hurdles & 110m Hurdles (2010) • All-ACC, 110m Hurdles & 400m Hurdles (2010) • USA Championships Participant, 110m Hurdles (2010)

Gaffney High School Highlights • Three-time state champion in the short sprints, including two in the 200m (2009-10) and one in the 100m (2010) • Finished runner-up at the state championship meet in the 100 as a junior • Three-time region 3-AAAA champion • Personal best in the 100m dash was 10.57 in 2009

Clemson Highlights • Ranks sixth in Clemson history in the 60m hurdles & ninth in the 110m hurdles. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 110m hurdles after posting time of 13.84 in the quarterfinals of the East Preliminary Round • Finished 16th in the semifinals at the NCAA meet with a time of 13.95 • Earned All-ACC status in both hurdle events after placing third in both in the meet held in Clemson • Season-best time in the 110 hurdles was 13.79 at ACCs, his time is ninth-best in school history • Qualified for East Prelims in the 400 hurdles but elected to focus on the high hurdles • Competed in the 110m hurdles at the USA Championships in Des Moines, IA • Earned Clemson’s Most Improved Award 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships in the hurdles, after a year and a half away from track following an ACL injury • Earned All-America status, Clemson’s first in the hurdles since 2004, after finishing eighth at the national meet • Earned at-large bid to the national meet after improving on his personal best (7.83) at the Virginia Tech Final Qualifier • Placed fourth at the ACC Championships in the 60 hurdles (7.89) 2008-09 Highlights • Red-shirted both indoor and outdoor seasons due to injury sustained in the fall of 2008 David W. Butler High School Highlights • Earned national championships in the 60m hurdles, 100m hurdles, and 400m hurdles as a senior • Won the 2008 National Scholastic Indoor Championship (NSIC) in the 60m hurdles • Also claimed national crowns in the high hurdles and intermediate hurdles at the Nike Outdoor Nationals • Two-time AAAA state champion in the 110m hurdles • Won both hurdle events at the prestigious Golden West meet in California • Led the 4x100m relay and 4x200m relay team to state championships as a senior • Named Male Athlete-of-the-Year as a senior by the Charlotte Observer Personal • Born 9/10/89 • Majoring in sociology • #3 safety prospect in the nation according to ESPN.com his senior year of high school, he moved to cornerback for the 2010 football season • Attended the same high school as Clemson basketball standout Demontez Stitt Best Collegiate Times • 60m Hurdles - 7.80 • 110m Hurdles - 13.79 • 400m Hurdles - 52.14

Personal • Born 5/6/92 • Majoring in pre-business • Member of the Tiger football team, he red-shirted the 2010 season as a wide receiver • Billed as the nation’s No. 3 fastest athlete by Rivals.com, he was also a first-team allstate selection according to the High School Sports Report

CLAUDIO DELLI CARPINI Hurdles 6-1 • Sophomore Westchester, NY Career Honors • IAAF World Junior Championships Participant, 110m Hurdles (2010) 2009-10 Highlights • Provided depth in the high hurdles, primarily during outdoor season • Scored for the Tigers at the ACC Championships with eighth-place finish in 110 hurdles • Top 110 hurdles time on the season was 14.07, which he ran in the prelims at ACCs • Competed indoors in the 60m high hurdles, with a top time of 8.11 at the Virginia Tech Qualifier • Took part in the IAAF World Junior Championships in the high hurdles for Italy, where he clocked a time of 14.10 in the preliminary round Harrison High School Highlights • Three-time All-American at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships • Earned the honor in the pentathlon in 2007 and in 2009 in the 60m hurdles and long jump • All-State performer as a senior in the 55m hurdles and long jump • Two-time Westchester County Athlete-of-the-Year • Earned a total of eight varsity letters in track & field between indoor and outdoor • Also earned four letters in football as a kicker and wide receiver • Made a 53-yard field goal as a senior Personal • Born 4/27/91 • Son of Joe and Josephine Delli Carpini • Father played soccer at Lehman College • Majoring in psychology Best Collegiate Times • 60m Hurdles - 8.11 • 110m Hurdles - 14.07

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MEN’S BIOS JOHN DOUD Pole Vault 6-1 • Sophomore Seneca, SC

• Hit a mark of 47’9” in the triple jump at the ACC Championships, which put him in scoring position at seventh place 2006-07 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor seasons due to injury

Seneca High School Highlights • Earned three varsity letters in track & field • Served as team captain as a senior in 2009 • Coached by Tom Jordan Personal • Born 12/14/90 • Son of Tom and Kerri Doud • Majoring in civil engineering

Dorman High School Highlights • Named 2005 regional champ in the triple jump • Three-year letterwinner in track & field, two-year letterwinner in basketball • Member of regional championship team Personal • Born 7/2/88 • Earned undergraduate degree in microbiology in December of 2010 Best Collegiate Marks • Long Jump – 24’9.25” • Triple Jump – 51’4.5”

JOSH FOWLER Jumps 5-10 • Red-Shirt Senior Inman, SC

WARREN FRASER Sprints 5-9 • Sophomore Nassau, Bahamas

Career Honors • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor Triple Jump (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor Long Jump (2010) • All-ACC, Indoor & Outdoor Long Jump (2010) • NCAA East Region Qualifier, Triple Jump (2008-09) Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the outdoor triple jump, sixth in the indoor long jump, ninth in the indoor triple jump & ninth in the outdoor long jump. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships after establishing personal best in the triple jump (51’4.5”) at the East Preliminary Round in an 11th-place finish • Finished 15th with jump of 50’6.75” in his first NCAA national meet trip • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the triple jump after his effort in Greensboro • Earned All-ACC status in the long jump, his first-ever outdoor honor • Scored at ACC Championships with seventh-place effort in triple jump • Established personal best with long jump mark of 24’9.25”, tied for ninth in school history, at the Orange & Purple Classic 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Scored first-ever All-ACC honor with third-place finish in the long jump at the league meet in Blacksburg • Established personal best and sixth-best long jump in school history at ACCs with mark of 24’7.75”, his first-ever NCAA provisional qualifying jump 2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Regional qualifier in the triple jump • Best mark of the season was a wind-aided 49’11.25” at the ACC Championships, he finished sixth in the event • Placed 19th in the triple jump at the NCAA East Regional in Greensboro 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Top triple jumper on the squad, his best mark was 49’7.25” at the Virginia Tech Qualifier on last chance weekend • Scorer with a seventh-place finish at the ACC Championships in the triple jump, as he posted a mark of 48’11” 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Earned a qualifying spot at the NCAA East Regional after shattering his personal best at the ACC Championships • Hit a mark of 49’7.25”, nearly three feet further than his previous outdoor best entering the competition • Finished fifth place in the triple jump at ACCs

Career Honors • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2010) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) • IAAF World Junior Championships Participant, 100m & 4x100m (2010) 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • One of Clemson’s top two performers in the short sprints, he was also a mainstay with both relay units • Top time in the 100m during the season was 10.48 at the ACC Championships, where he placed fifth at the conference meet • Top 200m time was 21.44 at the Orange & Purple Classic • Ran with the 4x400m relay at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Greensboro • Competed for native Bahamas in the IAAF World Junior Championships in Canada, where he placed 10th in the 100m dash after clocking a season-best 10.46 in the prelims; also competed with the country’s 4x100m relay 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Competed in the short sprints and showed improvement as the season progressed • Top effort in the 60m dash was time of 6.77 at the Clemson Invitational • Competed in the 200m dash at the ACC meet, but did not qualify for the finals Temple Christian High School Highlights • Runner-up in the 100m dash at the Carifta Games in 2009 • Placed sixth in the 100m dash at the 2009 Pan American Junior Championships and helped Bahamas to fifth place in 4x100m relay • Earned All-Bahamian Award for 100m and 200m in 2009 Personal • Born 7/8/91 • Son of Ernest Fraser • Majoring in preprofessional health studies • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Times • 60m - 6.77 • 100m - 10.46 • 200m - 21.44 • 300m - 34.75 • 400m - 48.99

2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Finished with the team’s top mark of 48’4.75” in the triple jump at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet • Top long jump mark was 22’4.5” at the Clemson Invitational

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MEN’S BIOS NATHAN HENDERSHOT Distance 6-1 • Freshman Pendleton, IN Pendleton Heights High School Highlights • Middle distance standout by trade competed in three sports (basketball, cross country, track & field) • Competed in the 800m run and 4x800m relay at the 2010 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro, NC • Placed seventh at the 2009 state cross country meet (all classifications) and 13th as a junior in 2008 • Two-time runner-up in the 800m at the outdoor state track competition, he was third-place finisher as a sophomore • Posted school-record 800m time of 1:50.87 at the 2010 Midwest Meet of Champions • Named the Herald Bulletin Athlete-of-the-Year in all three sports in 2009-10, believed to be a first in the newspaper’s history • Three-time team MVP for both cross country and track, he was named Indiana’s Male Distance MVP as a senior • Second-team All-State selection in basketball after leading team in five different statistical categories • Coached by Ryan Potter for track and Alan Holden for cross country

LA’MONT JACKSON Sprints/Hurdles 6-0 • Red-Shirt Freshman (out)/Sophomore (ind) Winston-Salem, NC 2009-10 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season due to injury • Valuable contributor indoors in multiple events, including the sprints, hurdles and relays • Placed 10th at the ACC Indoor Championships in the 200m dash (21.75) and 11th in the 400m (48.97) • Top 200m time was 21.48 at the banked Virginia Tech facility • Helped 4x400m relay to season-best time of 3:10.21 and runner-up finish at ACCs R.J. Reynolds High School Highlights • Earned All-America status at the 2009 Nike Outdoor Nationals in the 400m hurdles after placing sixth in the event • AAAA runner-up in both 110m hurdles and 300m hurdles as a senior • AAAA indoor runner-up in the 300m dash as a senior • Two-time conference MVP and 2008 conference Sprinter-of-the-Year Personal • Born 10/23/90 • Majoring in pre-business

Personal • Born 4/9/91 • Son of Gregg and Angela Hendershot • Majoring in pre-business

CHAD HOLT Distance 5-11 • Red-Shirt Sophomore Greenville, SC

Best Collegiate Times • 200m - 21.48 • 300m - 34.94 • 400m - 48.97 • 60m Hurdles - 8.12

BLAKE KENNEDY Distance 5-7 • Sophomore Alpharetta, GA

2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Competed at just one meet during the season, the Shamrock Invitational • Posted a 3K time of 9:01.53 at the meet in Conway, SC 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Competed in the mile and the 3000m, where his best time was 8:41.44 at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Top time in the mile was 4:14.75 at the Clemson Games 2007-08 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season, but did compete in a handful of meets indoor Mauldin High School Highlights • Claimed AAAA state championships in the 1600m and 3200m as a senior • Also won the AAAA state title in cross country in 2005 • All-State in cross country as well in 2004 and 2006 • Three-time All-State performer in track • Two-time region champion in the mile and two-mile events • Named MVP for Mauldin in cross country and track from 2003-07

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Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, 3000m Steeplechase (2010) 2009-10 Highlights • Did not compete during indoor season, but was consistently in the lineup in the steeplechase outdoors • Best steeple time was 9:32.70 at the Charlotte 49er Classic in March • Ran a time of 9:35.95 and placed 12th out of 26 competitors in the steeplechase at the USA Junior Championships in Des Moines, IA Alpharetta High School Highlights • Fulton County Runner-of-the-Year in 2008 • All-Metro selection in 2008 by the Atlanta Track Club • Region runner-up in cross country as a senior • Earned four letters apiece in cross country and track • Coached by Coleman Binford

Personal • Born 8/20/88 • Majoring in microbiology • Three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll

Personal • Born 2/28/91 • Majoring in pre-business • Son of Rocky Kennedy

Best Collegiate Times • 800m - 1:59.38 • Mile - 4:14.75 • 3000m - 8:41.44

Best Collegiate Times • 1500m - 4:11.01 • 2000m Steeplechase - 6:07.56 • 3000m Steeplechase - 9:32.70

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MEN’S BIOS MICHAEL KOPANSKI Pole Vault 6-2 • Freshman Dacula, GA Mill Creek High School Highlights • USATF Junior Olympic pole vault champion in 2009 • Earned All-America honor in the pole vault in 2010 after placing sixth with a 16-foot jump at the New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, NC • Two-time state champion at the AAAAA level in the pole vault (2009, 2010) • Two-time winner of Atlanta Track Club’s Pole Vault

Personal • Born 2/24/91 • Majoring in financial management Best Collegiate Times • 400m - 49.48 • 800m - 1:53.82

MARCUS MAXEY Hurdles 6-2 • Sophomore Athens, GA

Man-of-the-Year Award • Holds three class records (freshman, sophomore and senior) for the men’s pole vault at his high school • Coached by Rik Moore

2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the 110m hurdles • Top time in the event was 13.96 at the ACC Championships in the prelims

Personal • Born 8/7/91 • Son of John and Robin Kopanski • Majoring in pre-business

MARTIN MALONEY Distance 5-11 • Junior Apple Valley, MN Pre-Clemson Highlights (2008-10 at Gordon College) • All-Conference and Academic All-Conference performer at the Springfield, MA school • Placed sixth individually at the 2009 Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship in the 8K • Helped team to a runner-up finish at the Commonwealth meet • Two-time team MVP in track set school records in 800m, 1000m, 1500m, mile and 3000m • Three-time conference track champion, he won a pair of crowns in the 800m and one in the 1500m Personal • Born 5/19/89 • Son of Jim and Lucy Maloney • Majoring in sociology

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Top time of the season in the high hurdles was 8.01 at the Tyson Invitational • Competed in the 60 hurdles at the ACC Championships and placed 12th overall in the preliminary round Clarke Central High School Highlights • Earned All-America honor at the 2009 Nike Outdoor Nationals with a fifth-place finish in the 110m hurdles • AAAA state champion in the 110m hurdles in 2009 and third-place finisher in the 300m hurdles • AAAA runner-up in the 110m hurdles at the state championships • AAU district champion in the 400m hurdles • Won 110m hurdles at the Taco Bell Classic in 2009 • Coached by Damien Gary Personal • Born 10/9/90 • Father, Donald, was an athlete at Albany State in the late 1970s • Majoring in sociology Best Collegiate Times • 400m - 51.63 • 500m - 1:07.65 • 60m Hurdles - 8.01 • 110m Hurdles - 13.96

RYAN MANGONE Middle Distance 5-8 • Sophomore Pittsburgh, PA 2009-10 Highlights • Competed primarily in the short middle distance events • Top time of the season in the 800m was 1:53.82 at the Virginia Tech Qualifier during the indoor season at Rector Field House • Helped distance medley relay to sixth-place finish (10:00.73) at the ACC Championships as the team’s 400m leg Barrington High School Highlights • Earned four letters in track & field and three in soccer • Holds school’s 800m and 4x400m records • AAA runner-up at the 2009 state championships in 800m run • Coached by Ty Garman

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MEN’S BIOS TY McCORMACK Distance 6-3 • Freshman Gainesville, GA

KEVIN McKENNA Distance 6-0 • Freshman Suffern, NY

North Hall High School Highlights • Won USA Junior Olympic Cross Country championship in 2009 as a senior against a field of 250 runners • Finished runner-up at AAA state cross country championship in 2009 and fifth in 2008 • Placed fourth in the 5K at the 2010 New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, NC with a time of 14:47.01 to earn All-America status • Placed fifth at the 2009 USA Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships in the young men 2000m steeplechase • Won eight individual titles as a senior for the Trojans’ cross country squad; his total included a win at the Region 7-AAA Championships • School record-holder in the 5K was named Boys Cross Country Runner-of-the-Year by the Gainesville Times • Won Georgia AAA state track championships in both 1600m (4:19.67) and 3200m (9:08.66) • Region 7-AAA champion in both track events as well, which included running a state record 9:05.35 in the 3200m • Did not start running until the spring of 2008, he played basketball and football prior to that • Coached by Art DaCosta

Suffern High School Highlights • Placed seventh at the 2009 Nike Outdoor Nationals in the 2000m steeplechase • Won Rockland County outdoor championships in 2010 in the 1600m, 3200m and 2000m steeplechase; finished his career as an eight-time all-county selection and four-time all-sectional performer • Set high school’s record in 3000m steeplechase • Earned team MVP honors in both cross country and track; he earned four varsity letters apiece in cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field • Coached by Joe Biddy Personal • Born 6/11/92 • Son of Michael and Kathy McKenna • Sister, Kara, competes in track & field for NC State • Majoring in secondary education

MILLER MOSS Multi-Events 6-4 • Red-Shirt Senior Sumter, SC

Personal • Born 9/17/92 • Son of Thad and Kelly McCormack • Majoring in language & international trade • Grandfather, Dewey Alverson, was a two-sport athlete at Indiana (1953-54) and Tennessee Tech (1955-57) • Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, he ranked among the top five in his graduating class

Career Honors • USTFCCCA All-American, Heptathlon (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Heptathlon (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Decathlon (2009-10) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Decathlon (2008) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Heptathlon (2009) • All-ACC, Decathlon (2008, 2010) & Heptathlon (2010) • All-East Region, 4x400m (2008) • NCAA East Region Qualifier, 400m & 4x400m (2008) • All-ACC Academic, Track & Field (2008) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2010) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2009-10) • USA Junior All-American, Decathlon (2007) • USA Championships Participant, Decathlon (2010) • Thorpe Cup (USA vs. Germany) Participant, Decathlon (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the heptathlon & first in the decathlon. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships after setting school record with 7,628 points in decathlon in runner-up finish at ACC meet in April • Had an outstanding showing at the NCAA meet until fouling on three attempts in the discus throw took him out of the competition and relegated him to a 20th-place finish • Established personal bests in 100m dash (10.7) and pole vault (15’7”) at ACC Championships; hit then personal best 153’4” javelin throw at NCAAs, which he later broke with a toss of 169’7” at the USA Championships • Competed at East Prelims as second leg of the 4x400m relay • Totaled 7,614 points and had outstanding fourth-place showing at the USA Championships in Des Moines to end the season • Placed sixth overall, third-best on the U.S. squad, with 7,606 points in the decathlon at the Thorpe Cup in Marburg, Germany 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Automatically qualified for NCAA national meet after runner-up finish in the heptathlon at the ACC Championships • Secured first-ever All-America honor with eighth-place finish in the heptathlon at the NCAA Championships • Produced personal best and school-record point total of 5,699 points at the league meet

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MEN’S BIOS • Ran a personal best 8.11 in the 60 hurdles at ACCs • Also set lifetime bests in the 60 dash (6.96), 1000 meters (2:39.68), long jump (23’8”), pole vault (15’6.25”) and shot put (44’5.25”) over the course of the season • Helped 4x400m relay to runner-up finish at ACC Championships with season-best, NCAA provisional time of 3:10.21 • Won the heptathlon at the Clemson Games with total of 5,653 points 2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships via his provisional qualifying point total in the decathlon • Produced a personal best 7,323 points in the decathlon in May at the Deacon Combined Events meet • Ranked sixth in school history in the decathlon with his performance, just four points behind former two-time ACC champion Rick Hill • Established personal bests in the 100m, 1500m, 110m hurdles, & long jump at the Wake Forest meet • Competed in just one event at the NCAA Championships due to an ankle injury 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Placed fifth at the ACC Championships in the heptathlon with a personal best total of 5,468 points, an NCAA provisional qualifying tally • Moved to No. 3 in the Clemson record books for the heptathlon after that performance • Competed in the 400m dash, where his top time of the season was 48.18 at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Earned runner-up finish in the decathlon at the ACC Championships after scoring a provisional NCAA qualifying total of 6,991 points • Had strong quarter mile time (48.25), shot put (40’11.75”), and 1500m (4:37.19) • Ran second leg with the Tigers’ 4x400m relay team that posted an NCAA East Regional qualifying time in the ACC finals • Showed rapid improvement in the quarter mile, where he qualified for regionals with a 47.15 at the Georgia Tech Invitational • Led 4x400m relay team to seventh-place finish at East Region Championships 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Finished fifth in the heptathlon at the ACC Championships and moved into fifth place on Clemson’s all-time performance list with a total of 5,206 points • Won the heptathlon at the JRF Multi-Event Challenge, the first men’s athlete from Clemson to win the competition in the five-year history of the meet • Performed well in the high jump at ACCs with a personal best 6’5.5” clearance • One of the top runners among the field, he had a strong time of 2:48.83 in the 1000m to wrap up the heptathlon 2006-07 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor seasons • Earned USA Junior All-America status after seventh-place finish in the decathlon, as he totaled 6,774 points over the 10-event slate Wilson Hall Highlights • 2005 SCISA (South Carolina Independent Schools Association) State Meet MVP • 2006 SCISA State Meet MVP • Earned four varsity letters in track & field and three in football Personal • Born 3/14/88 in Lafayette, LA • Earned undegraduate degree in community recreation, sport, & camp management in December of 2010 • Father played football for Tulane • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Marks • 55m - 6.62 • 60m - 6.96 • 100m - 10.70 • 400m - 47.15 • 1000m - 2:39.68 • 1500m - 4:31.90 • 55m Hurdles - 8.26 • 60m Hurdles - 8.11 • 110m Hurdles - 14.42 • Long Jump - 23’8” • Triple Jump - 46’6”

• High Jump - 6’6.25” • Pole Vault - 15’7” • Shot Put - 44’5.25” • Discus - 133’8” • Javelin - 169’7” • Heptathlon - 5,699 pts • Decathlon - 7,628 pts

JUSTIN MURDOCK Sprints 5-10 • Junior Pasadena, MD Career Honors • USTFCCCA All-American, 4x100m (2009) • NCAA Qualifier, 100m & 4x100m (2009) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, 60m Dash (2009) • NCAA East Region Champion, 4x100m (2009) • All-ACC, 60m (2010) • All-East Region, 100m (2009) • NCAA East Region Qualifier, 100m, 200m & 4x100m (2009) • USA Junior All-American, 100m Dash (2008) • U.S. Track & Field News & USA Today All-American (2008) 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Endured an injury-plagued season, which started with a strained hamstring after running the 100m prelim at the ACC Championships • Top time of the season in the 100m dash was 10.43 in the ACC prelims, but he did have a wind-aided 10.40 at the Florida Relays as well • Posted top 200m dash time on the team with a 21.42 at the Yellow Jacket Invitational • Competed at the NCAA East Prelims in the 100m and 4x400m relay 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Earned first-ever All-ACC honor with third-place finish in 60m dash in Blacksburg • Top time of the season in the 60m dash was 6.72 on two occasions, the ACC meet and the Virginia Tech Qualifier • Finished sixth at the ACC Championships in the 200m dash with a time of 21.32 • Helped 4x400m relay to runner-up finish and time of 3:10.21 at the ACC Championships, he was the team’s first leg 2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 100m & 4x100m relay • Earned first All-America certificate as first leg for Clemson’s third-place 4x100m relay team at the NCAA Championships • Led relay to a school-record time of 38.77 in the finals of the 4x1 at nationals • Finished 17th in the 100m dash after advancing to the semifinal round when he matched his personal best (10.30) in the prelims • Earned automatic spot at first-ever national meet in the 4x1 after running opening leg for the Irwin Belk Track record-breaking team (38.78) • Finished sixth in the 100m dash, one spot shy of an automatic berth, but did receive an at-large bid in the event • Established a personal best in 100m at the Orange & Purple Classic, running 10.30 • Regional qualifier in the 200m dash 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Provisional NCAA qualifier in the 60m dash prior to an injury that ended his first season in a Tiger uniform • Top time in the 60m dash was 6.72 at the ACC Championships, he was the fifth-place finisher in a competitive sprinting conference • Top time in the 200m dash was 22.03, also at the league indoor meet Meade High School Highlights • Five-time All-American prior to enrolling at Clemson, which included a fifth-place finish in the 100m dash at the 2008 USA Junior Championships • Also competed in the 200m dash at junior nationals • Two-time All-American at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships, which includes a runner-up finish in the 60m dash and third-place showing in the 200m at the 2008 meet • Earned All-America status after fourth-place finish in the 60m dash at the 2007 Nike Indoor Nationals

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MEN’S BIOS ALEX PADGETT Throws 6-6 • Red-Shirt Senior Rock Hill, SC Career Honors • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Weight Throw (2010) • All-ACC, Hammer Throw (2009) • NCAA East Region Qualifier, Shot Put & Hammer Throw (2009) • USA Junior Championships Participant, Hammer Throw (2007) Clemson Highlights • Ranks second in Clemson history in the hammer throw, second in the weight throw, fourth in the outdoor shot put, & fifth in the indoor shot put. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Significant contributor at the ACC Championships for the Tigers, he posted a pair of fourth-place finishes (shot put and hammer throw) • Moved to No. 2 position in Clemson’s record books with hammer throw of 207’5” at the league meet in April, he competed in the event at Greensboro for the NCAA East Preliminary Round but was hampered by a back problem • Top shot put effort was 57’9.75”, fourth in school history, in his ACC performance

• Also named All-American by virtue of sixth-place showing at the 2007 Nike Outdoor Nationals in the 100m dash, an event that was won by former Clemson teammate Trenton Guy • AAA state champion as a senior in the 400m dash and 4x400m relay • Also earned All-State honors as a senior in the 100m and 200m • State record-holder in the 55m dash Personal • Born 4/21/89 • Majoring in communication studies • Son of Vernell Shaheed Best Collegiate Marks • 60m - 6.72 • 100m - 10.30 • 200m - 21.02 • 300m - 34.37 • 400m - 48.17

2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • NCAA East Regional participant in both the hammer throw and shot put • Ranks third in Clemson history in the hammer after a throw of 197’0” at Georgia Tech • Earned first-ever All-ACC certificate with third-place finish in the hammer throw • Moved to fifth in Clemson’s record books with a mark of 56’10” in the shot put at the Orange & Purple Classic 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Ascended to #5 position in Clemson record books in the weight throw with a mark of 59’7.5” at the ACC Championships • Finished fourth in the weight throw at ACCs and eighth in the shot put • Best mark in the shot put was a throw of 53’1.75” at the league indoor meet

TYLER OSTROWSKI Distance 6-1 • Freshman Mechanicsville, MD Chopticon High School Highlights • Won the 2009 Maryland state cross country title in the three-mile run with a time of 17:12; he was also named conference Runner-of-the-Year as a senior • Captured AAA South Region cross country championship in 2009 • Placed fifth in the 3200m (9:37.82) at the 2010 Maryland State Championships • Finished in third place at the Maryland AAA Indoor Championships in the 3200m • AAA South Region champion at 3200m in 2009, he was three-time conference runner-up in the event as well • Earned four varsity letters in outdoor track & field, three indoor, and two in both cross country and soccer • Coached by John Urban and Dan Velez Personal • Born 9/24/92 • Son of Gerald and Christina Ostrowski • Cousin, Justin Ostrowski, played football at the University of Wisconsin • Majoring in mathematical sciences 24

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • NCAA provisional qualifier in the 35-pound weight throw on two occasions • Personal best in the event was a throw of 65’4” at the Virginia Tech Qualifier • Had a weight throw of 64’1.75” and fourth-place finish in the event at ACCs • Placed fifth in the shot put (57’5.5”) at the conference meet, his mark was good enough to rank No. 5 on the school’s all-time performance list

2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Moved into fifth place in school history in the hammer throw with a mark of 185’11” at the ACC Championships • Finished fourth overall, just one spot out of being All-ACC for the first time • Also scored for the Tigers at ACCs with a mark of 155’1” in the discus throw 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Competed in the shot put and weight throw, he was a fourth-place scorer for the Tigers at the ACC Championships in the weight throw with a mark of 55’5.75” • Top performance in the shot put was a distance of 52’5.25” at the Virginia Tech Invitational in early January • Top mark in the weight throw was 55’11.75” at the Clemson Invitational 2006-07 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor seasons • Finished 11th in the hammer throw at the USA Junior Championships Fort Mill High School Highlights • State champion in the shot put in 2006 • Set the school record in the shot put in 2006 • Two-time MVP for his high school team • Earned two letters in football and three in track & field Personal • Born 2/2/88 in Augusta, GA • Majoring in industrial engineering • Named to 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll

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MEN’S BIOS • Father, James, was a college quarterback and brother, Richard, was a pitcher for College of Charleston’s baseball team Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 57’9.75” • Weight Throw - 65’4” • Discus - 156’10” • Hammer - 207’5”

AARON RAMIREZ Distance 5-8 • Freshman Simpsonville, SC Woodmont High School Highlights • Named Gatorade Boys Cross Country Runner-ofthe-Year in 2009 for the state of South Carolina • Runner-of-the-Year by the South Carolina High School Sports Report • Won consecutive AAA individual state championships in cross country, he placed eighth at the meet as a sophomore in 2007 • Competed at the Foot Locker Southeast Regional Championships in 2008 and 2009 • Captured 2009 Western AAA Region, Greenville County and AAA Upper State individual championships • Won individual titles in the 1600m (4:24.92) and 3200m (9:55.24) at the 2010 SCHSL State Championships • Region 1-AAA champion in the 800m, 1600m and 3200m in 2010

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Helped 4x400m relay to runner-up ACC finish as the third leg on the team that produced a season-best time of 3:10.21 in the meet in Blacksburg, VA • Finished ninth at the ACC Championships in the quarter mile, just two onehundredths of a second shy of advancing to the final round Hilliard Darby High School Highlights • Runner-up in the 400m hurdles at the 2009 Nike Outdoor Nationals • Boys’ high school champion in the 400m hurdles at 2009 Penn Relays • USA Junior All-American in 2008 in the 400m hurdles • State champion in the 300m hurdles as a senior, he was also All-State in the 110m hurdles • Regional champion in 300m hurdles as a senior • Ohio high school record-holder in the 400m hurdles (51.54) • State runner-up in 300m hurdles as a junior in 2008 • Team MVP as a senior and Rookie-of-the-Year as a freshman • Earned four letters in track and two in football • Coached by Martin Jackson Personal • Born 11/5/90 • Son of Larry and Lisa Rispress • Majoring in pre-business Best Collegiate Times • 400m - 48.86 • 500m - 1:04.05 • 110m Hurdles - 15.23 • 400m Hurdles - 53.59

Personal • Born 2/18/92 • Son of Ken Ramirez and Deanne Blas • Majoring in engineering

WILL ROBINSON Jumps 5-9 • Sophomore Chadds Ford, PA 2009-10 Highlights • Competed solely in the long jump across both seasons for the Tigers • Best mark in the event was a jump of 22’3.5” at the Tiger Paw Invitational

JORDAN RISPRESS Sprints/Hurdles 6-2 • Sophomore Hilliard, OH Career Honors • USA Today and Track & Field News All-American (2009) • USA Junior All-American, 400m hurdles (2008) 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Competed primarily in the intermediate hurdles for the Tigers, and with the 4x400m relay • Posted season-best time of 53.59 in the qualifying round for the 400 hurdles at the ACC Championships, he placed eighth in the final

Archmere Academy Highlights • 2008 Nike Outdoor All-American after a fifth-place finish in the long jump (22’10”) • Placed eighth in the event at the 2008 Nike Outdoor Nationals • Three-time state champion in the long jump • State runner-up in both 55m and 100m dash events as a senior in 2009 • Earned four varsity letters in track & field and one in basketball • Coached by Patrick Riley Personal • Born 6/26/91 • Son of Richard and Barbara Robinson • Majoring in pre-business • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Marks • Long Jump - 22’3.5”

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MEN’S BIOS THOR SERAFENAS Throws 6-0 • Freshman Olney, MD Our Lady of Good Counsel High School Highlights • Won two WCAC (Washington Catholic Athletic Conference) championships in the discus throw and one in the shot put • Placed second in the high school division in the discus at the Florida Relays • Placed fourth in the high school division in the discus

• Second-team All-State as a sophomore in cross country Personal • Born 2/22/89 • Majoring in economics • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Times • 800m - 1:49.28 • 1000m - 2:31.72 • 1500m - 3:49.79 • Mile - 4:13.29 • 3000m - 8:35.71

at the Penn Relays • Produced the top marks in the state of Maryland in the shot put, weight throw, discus and hammer during the 2009-10 season • Earned three varsity letters in track & field, one in football and one in wrestling • Coached by Buddy Crutchfield

CORY THALHEIMER Throws 6-1 • Sophomore Hopkinton, MA

Personal • Born 6/27/92 • Son of Neil and Ann Serafenas • Father was an All-American in the discus throw for the University of Florida • Majoring in health science

CHRIS SLATE Middle Distance 5-8 • Red-Shirt Junior (out)/Senior (ind) Wilmington, DE Clemson Highlights • Ranks sixth in Clemson history in the outdoor 800m. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Displayed marked improvement throughout the course of the outdoor season, to the point he nearly qualified for the quarterfinal round of the 800m at the NCAA East Prelims in Greensboro • Along with teammate Jasen Turnbull, became first Tiger to run under 1:50 in the 800m run in 10 years when he posted a time of 1:49.28 (No. 6 in Clemson history) at the Orange & Purple Classic • Held top times on the team in 1500m as well with a 3:49.79 at the Georgia Tech Invitational

2009-10 Highlights • Competed indoors in the shot put and weight throw, his best effort was a mark of 51’7” in the shot at the ACC Championships in Blacksburg Hopkinton High School Highlights • Three-time Division III state champion (2008 indoor & outdoor shot put, 2008 discus) • Three-time team MVP earned seven varsity letters in track & field and three in football as well • Two-time Tri Valley League MVP • Established school indoor and outdoor shot put records, as well as discus record • Coached by Mike Donahue Personal • Born 8/31/90 • Son of Ron and Julie Thalheimer • Majoring in pre-business

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Top middle distance runner on the team, holding Clemson’s top time in both the 800m (1:51.33) and mile (4:13.29); his mile time was a personal best by over three seconds • Helped distance medley relay team to time of 10:00.73 and sixth-place finish at the ACC Championships as the anchor leg (1600m portion) 2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Top performer in the 1500m for the Tigers • Best effort of the season was a time of 4:02.34 at the Florida Relays 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Competed primarily in the mile run, his best time was 4:16.52 at the Tiger Paw Invitational held at Clemson’s indoor facility 2007-08 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • Competed indoors, where his top performance of the season was a time of 9:01.43 in the 3000m run at the Clemson Opener Concord High School Highlights • Won DIAA (Delaware Interscholastic Athletics Association) Division II state championships in 2006 in both the 800m and 1600m events • Also won the 800m run as a senior in 2007 • Placed third in the 1600m at the 2007 state championships • First-team All-State in cross country as a junior and senior 26

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MEN’S BIOS NIC TONES Distance 5-10 • Junior Bluffton, SC Bluffton High School Highlights • Helped team to a pair of state AAA cross country championships • AAA runner-up at the South Carolina Cross Country Championships as a junior, he placed fourth as a senior in 2007 • All-State performer in the 1600m as a senior • Recorded personal bests in high school of 1:59 (800m), 4:29 (1600m) and 9:54 (3200m) • Coached by Dana House Personal • Born 9/30/89 • Son of Michael and Julie Tones • Majoring in engineering

JASEN TURNBULL Middle Distance 6-0 • Senior Northville, MI Clemson Highlights • Ranks ninth in Clemson history in the outdoor 800m. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified and competed in the 800m run at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Greensboro at season’s end • Along with teammate Chris Slate, became first Tiger to run under 1:50 in the 800m run in 10 years when he posted a time of 1:49.62 (No. 9 in Clemson history) at the Orange & Purple Classic

• Named to 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Times • 800m - 1:49.62 • 1000m - 2:31.46 • 1500m - 3:51.73 • Mile - 4:29.01

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • One of team’s top middle distance performers, he posted Clemson’s second-best time in the 800m run • Season-best was 1:52.06 in the event at the ACC Championships, he placed fifth in his best-ever individual performance at the conference level • Helped distance medley relay team to time of 10:00.73 and sixth-place finish at the ACC Championships as the opening leg (1200m portion)

STEPHEN WHITE Throws 6-4 • Red-Shirt Junior (out)/Senior (ind) Beaufort, SC

2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Middle distance performer improved his times in the 800m as a sophomore • Season-best was 1:53.08 at the Orange & Purple Classic 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • One of the team’s top performers in middle distance • Top 800m time of the season was 1:56.21 at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Turned in team’s best time in the 1000m run at the Clemson Games 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Continued to be the team’s top competitor in the 800m, where his top time was 1:54.93 at the Solid Orange Classic 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Top performer on the team in the 800m, his best time was 1:56.10 at the Tyson Invitational Northville High School Highlights • Earned All-America honors at the 2006 Junior Olympics in the 1500m • Placed third at the state championships in 2006 in the 1600m • Named conference MVP in 2007 after winning 800m and 1600m events Personal • Born 5/31/89 • Majoring in financial management

2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Competed at the ACC Championships in the discus throw (11th - 151’4”) and shot put (12th - 49’6.5”) 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Posted career-best mark of 54’6.5” in the shot put at the ACC Indoor Championships and placed ninth, one position outside of scoring for the Tigers 2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Improved thrower focused primarily on the discus, where his best mark of the season was 151’11” at the Florida Relays 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Scorer in the weight throw at the ACC Championships, he placed seventh overall with a personal best mark of 55’3” (10th-best in school history) 2007-08 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season; competed indoors in the shot put, where his best mark was 49’2.5” at the Virginia Tech Invitational Beaufort High School Highlights • All-State in the shot put as a senior after finishing runner-up at the AAAA state meet • Won shot put with a personal best 56’8.5” at the 2007 Taco Bell Classic

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MEN’S BIOS KYLE YOUNKIN Sprints 6-3 • Freshman Somerset, PA Somerset High School Highlights • Emerged late in his high school career after an All-America, third-place finish at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals in the 400m dash • Clocked a time of 47.33 in his quarter mile race in Greensboro, NC • All-State selection in track & field after winning 2010 state championship in 400m dash (48.03) • Coached by Cliff Kitner Personal • Born 1/21/92 • Majoring in sociology

• All-Region in football from 2004-06 Personal • Born 6/4/88 • Majoring in construction science & management Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 54’6.5” • Weight Throw - 55’3” • Discus Throw - 151’4”

JEFFREY WILLIS Pole Vault 5-8 • Sophomore Canastota, NY 2009-10 Highlights (at Ithaca College) • Named Empire 8 Athlete-of-the-Week in January after setting a school record (15’3) in the pole vault, he was an NCAA provisional qualifier in the event • Named to USTFCCCA All-Academic Team for Division III Canastota High School Highlights • Division II runner-up at the 2009 New York state championships • Established Section 3 records for indoor and outdoor pole vault • Earned four varsity letters in track & field and three in volleyball • Member of the Tompkins County Pole Vault Club • Coached by Matthew Scheffler Personal • Born 1/4/91 • Son of Howard and Sharon Willis • Majoring in engineering

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WOMEN’S ROSTER Name Height Natalie Anthony 5-9 Michelle Arms 5-8 Sonni Austin 5-10 Jenna Baker 5-10 Ava Bell 6-0 Elyse Borisko 5-2 Kate Borowicz 5-7 Jasmine Brunson 5-6 Stephanie Buffo 5-4 Kelly Conway 5-8 Danielle Curry 5-8 Julie DeLong 5-2 Corinne Duvall 5-3 Jasmine Edgerson 5-4 Karine Farias 5-8 Whitney Fountain 5-3 Christy Gasparino 5-8 Lisa Girard 5-9 Michaylin Golladay 5-7 Monique Gracia 5-5 Alyssa Henshaw 5-4 Janice Jackson 5-8 Briana Johnson 5-6 Stormy Kendrick 5-3 Annimari Korte 5-5 Alyssa Kulik 5-5 Patricia Mamona 5-4 Misha Morris 5-5 Amy Morrison 5-7 Alexa Neiling 5-9 Bridgette Owens 5-4 Lauren Reen 5-7 Brianna Rollins 5-5 Kim Ruck 5-6 April Sinkler 5-7 Brannon Sulka 5-3 Lauren Terstappen 5-9 Sarah Turman 5-5 Brittney Waller 5-10 Liane Weber 5-10 Marlena Wesh 5-6

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Hometown Randolph, NJ Irmo, SC Decatur, GA Bellevue, OH Radford, VA Ellicott City, MD Greenville, SC Southampton, Bermuda Spartanburg, SC Albany, GA Thornville, OH Avon Lake, OH North Potomac, MD Marietta, GA Porto Alegre, Brazil Bronx, NY Darien, CT Fountain Inn, SC Upper Marlboro, MD Miami, FL Darnestown, MD Brooklyn, NY Orlando, FL Gastonia, NC Helsinki, Finland Simpsonville, SC Lisbon, Portugal Seneca, SC Fenton, MI Mauldin, SC Oak Park, MI Orlando, FL Miami, FL Greer, SC Stafford, VA Bluffton, SC Phoenixville, PA Taylors, SC Greenville, SC Wangen, Germany Virginia Beach, VA

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Kate Borowicz........................................... BOHR-uh-wihts Stephanie Buffo....................................................... BUH-foe Corinne Duvall.....................................................cuh-RIHN Karine Farias...................................................kuh-RIHN-ay Michaylin Golladay...................................muh-SHAY-lihn Monique Gracia..................................................GRA-see-uh Annimari Korte....................................................... kohr-TAY Patricia Mamona...................................... puh-TRE-see-uh Misha Morris........................................................MEE-shuh Alexa Neiling.................................................... KNEE-lihng Lauren Terstappen................................... tuhr-STAHP-ihn Liane Weber.................................. lee-AH-nuh VEH-buhr

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Director of Track & Field: Lawrence Johnson Assistant Coaches: Tim Hall, Brad Herbster, Mario Wilson, Shawn Cobey, Tamara Ards Note: * denotes student-athlete has red-shirted one season.

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WOMEN’S BIOS NATALIE ANTHONY Distance 5-9 • Freshman Randolph, NJ Randolph High School Highlights • Earned All-America status after helping 4x1600m relay to third-place finish at 2010 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro, NC • Placed 11th in the 3200m at the New Jersey Meet of Champions in 2010 • Placed fourth in the 5K (19:18) at the 2009 New Jersey Sectional Cross Country Championships • Four-time team captain helped 4x800m relay to indoor and outdoor school records, as well as indoor distance medley relay and outdoor 4x1600m relay • Led cross country team to three sectional championships and a pair of county and conference championships • Led track & field teams (indoor and outdoor combined) to three conference championships and three county championships • Earned four varsity letters apiece in cross country, and indoor/outdoor track & field • Coached by Len Pietrewicz and Nick Albanito Personal • Born 8/5/92 • Daughter of Ross and Laurie Anthony • Majoring in pre-business

Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the 400m hurdles. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Competed in the 400m hurdles at the NCAA East Preliminary Round, where she established a personal best time of 57.81 and missed qualifying for the national meet by a mere two spots (finished 14th overall) • Her time at Greensboro was No. 4 in Clemson history • Scored for the Tigers at the ACC Championships in the 400m dash (5th - 54.77) and 400m hurdles (8th) • Helped 4x400m relay to fourth-place finish at ACCs and 14th-place effort at the NCAA East Prelims 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships as a member of the 4x400m relay, where she helped the team to fifth-place finish and All-America showing with a school record time (3:33.93) • Ran a strong third leg to propel the Tigers to an ACC Championship in the mile relay, Clemson’s first since 2004 • Clemson’s best relay time on the season was 3:35.76 • Individual scorer at the ACC Championships with sixth-place showing in the 400m dash, her time was 54.66 • Helped 4x4 to five different NCAA provisional qualifying times throughout the course of the season Miller Grove High School Highlights • Three-time AAAA state champion in the 300m hurdles • Two-time USATF National runner-up in the 300m hurdles • Four-time region champion • AAAA runner-up 100m hurdles as a senior Personal • Born 12/5/90 • Daughter of Maria Austin • Majoring in sociology

MICHELLE ARMS Distance 5-8 • Freshman Irmo, SC Dutch Fork High School Highlights • Named AAAA Cross Country Runner-of-the-Year by The State in 2009 • Earned All-State status in cross country in 2009 with the school’s best finish by an individual since 1997 • Five-time All-Region 5-AAAA in cross country, she was also a five-time state meet qualifier • Two-time All-Area for cross country by The State • All-State and Region 5-AAAA champion in 3200m in 2010 outdoor season • Helped school to 2009 AAAA track & field team championship, a first in school history • Earned five cross country letters and four in track & field • Had three different coaches in high school: Catherine Lempsis, Phil Peterson and Barry Lindler

Best Collegiate Times • 200m - 25.21 • 400m - 54.66 • 500m - 1:14.70 • 60m Hurdles - 9.23 • 100m Hurdles - 14.48 • 400m Hurdles - 57.81

JENNA BAKER Distance 5-10 • Senior Bellevue, OH

Personal • Born 12/27/91 • Daughter of Russell and Sheryl Arms • Majoring in biological sciences

Clemson Highlights • Ranks seventh in Clemson history in the indoor 5000m & ninth in the indoor 3000m. 2009-10 Highlights • Competed during the outdoor season at the ACC Championships, but sat out most of the season due to academic workload

SONNI AUSTIN Sprints/Hurdles 5-10 • Sophomore Decatur, GA

2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Scored at the ACC Championships in the 10,000m run • Posted a time of 36:57.43 to finish seventh overall in the field

Career Honors • USTFCCCA Indoor All-American, 4x400m Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 4x400m Relay (2010) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400m Relay (2010) • USA Championships Participant, 400m Hurdles (2010)

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2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Top performer on the team in both the 3K and 5K • Her best performance of the season in the 5K was a time of 17:50.19 at the ACC Championships, she finished 14th overall but dominated the first of two sections 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Ran the 5000m at the ACC Championships, where she finished 15th with a time of 18:06.10

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WOMEN’S BIOS • Also posted the team’s top time in the 1500m, with a 4:43.48 at the Florida Relays 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Top performer on the team in the 3000m, she had a time of 9:55.43 at the Tom Jones Memorial Classic, where she became the first Lady Tiger to go under 10 minutes since the 2000 season • Also competed in the mile, her top time was 5:05.65 at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet Personal • Born 12/16/88 • Daughter of Cheryl Baker • Majoring in nursing • Three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll • Earned All-ACC and All-Region honors in the fall of 2008 with Clemson cross country Best Collegiate Times • 1500m - 4:43.48 • Mile - 5:05.65 • 3000m - 9:55.43 • 5000m - 17:50.19 • 10,000m - 36:57.43

Personal • Born 7/5/91 • Daughter of Kathy Borisko • Majoring in biological sciences • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

KATE BOROWICZ Distance 5-7 • Sophomore Greenville, SC 2009-10 Highlights (at Georgia Tech) • Competed in a pair of cross country meets and was the team’s No. 2 finisher in both • Top performance was a time of 18:24 and a 16thplace finish at the Crimson Classic on Sept. 18 in Tuscaloosa, AL • Placed 10th individually and helped Yellow Jackets to runner-up finish at Great American Cross Country Festival in Cary, NC J.L. Mann High School Highlights • Five-time All-State in track & field and four-time All-State in cross country • Helped high school to five straight track & field state championships • Won 10 individual state championships, including five in the 1600m • Two-time state champion in cross country (2006-07) • Held four school records (800m, 1600m, 3200m and 5000m) at time of graduation • Coached by her mother, Jackie Borowicz

AVA BELL Throws 6-0 • Freshman Radford, VA Radford High School Highlights • Began throwing as a high school junior, but she won the A level state championship in the discus throw as a senior in 2010 • Second-team all-state selection in the discus and shot put as a junior • Named second-team All-Timesland for track & field in the discus in 2009 and 2010 • Versatile athlete earned varsity letters in track & field (2), basketball (2), soccer (2) and tennis (1) • Helped 2007 soccer team to A level state championship • Coached by Ken Keister and Dr. Nick Pappas

Personal • Born 4/23/91 • Daughter of Eric and Jackie Borowicz • Father played football at Navy • Twin sister, Emma, is a sophomore at the University of South Carolina • Will sit out the 2010-11 season under transfer rules, but will be eligible to compete for the Tigers in the fall of 2011 • Majoring in health science Collegiate Bests • 5000m - 18:24

Personal • Born 10/7/91 • Daughter of Sam and Kristin Bell • Father played football from 1972-73 at Ferrum College • Majoring in animal & veterinary sciences

JASMINE BRUNSON Jumps 5-6 • Sophomore Southampton, Bermuda Career Honors • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor Long Jump (2010)

ELYSE BORISKO Distance 5-2 • Sophomore Ellicott City, MD 2009-10 Highlights • Competed in several indoor and outdoor meets as a first-year freshman • Focused solely on the 3K indoors, her best time was 10:32.31 at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Best outdoor showing was a time of 5:02.31 at the Yellow Jacket Invitational Howard High School Highlights • All-State and All-Metro runner in cross country • Led team to three state championship appearances and two regional championships (2007, 2008) • Named Howard County Striders Youth Runner-of-the-Year in 2006 • Earned four varsity letters in track, and three in cross country • Coached by Matthew Stump

Clemson Highlights • Ranks seventh in Clemson history in the outdoor long jump & eighth in the indoor long jump. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Hit a long jump of 19’6.25” and finished in fifth place at the ACC Championships in April at the Rock Norman Track Complex • Competed at the NCAA East Prelims in the long jump, but did not make the final 12 • Moved into the No. 7 position in Clemson’s record books with a long jump of 19’11.75” at the Orange & Purple Classic 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Hit an outstanding mark of 20’1.5”, a freshman school record, at the ACC Championships in a sixth-place effort • NCAA provisional qualifier in the event due to her jump at ACC meet Bermuda High School Highlights • 2007 National Scholastic Indoor All-American with third-place showing

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WOMEN’S BIOS • Placed sixth in the under-20 long jump at the 2009 Carifta Games in St. Lucia • Placed sixth in the high school long jump at the 2008 Penn Relays • Won under-17 girls long jump at the 2006 CAC (Central American and Caribbean) Games in Trinidad

• 3000m - 10:02.66 • 3000mSC - 10:42.25

Personal • Born 10/12/91 • Daughter of Jon Brunson • Majoring in visual arts

KELLY CONWAY Distance 5-8 • Freshman Albany, GA

Best Collegiate Marks • Long Jump - 20’1.5” • Triple Jump - 38’7”

STEPHANIE BUFFO Distance 5-4 • Senior Spartanburg, SC Career Honors • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks second in Clemson history in the 3000m steeplechase.

Deerfield-Windsor High School Highlights • Won 800m championship at the 2010 GISA State Championships and added a fourth-place finish in the 400m and seventh-place effort in the 1600m; captured 10 GISA track & field championships in her high school career • Two-time GISA cross country state champion • Competed in the 800m at the 2009 USATF Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships • Coached by Joe Bishop Personal • Born 6/13/92 • Daughter of Jack and Kathy Conway • Attended same high school as Clemson basketball standout Andre Young • Majoring in pre-business

2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the steeplechase • Made major improvements on her personal best in the event, clocking a season-best time of 10:40.50 at the Florida Relays early in the season • Posted a time of 10:42.25 and placed ninth at the ACC Championships 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Competed in the mile and 3K, her best time in the mile was 5:00.96 at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Ran a 3K time of 10:02.66 in a 16th-place finish at the ACC Championships 2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Top performance in the steeplechase was at the ACC Championships, where she scored a time of 11:22.56 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Main event was the 3000m run, her best time in the event was 10:16.17 as she placed seventh at the Tiger Paw Invitational 2007-08 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • Top performer on the team in the indoor mile run, her best time was 5:03.18 at the Tom Jones Classic in Florida • Had a strong time of 10:12.27, second-best on the team, in the 3000m Dorman High School Highlights • Three-time All-State selection in track • Spartanburg County record-holder in the 3200m run • Named All-Area and All-Academic by the Spartanburg Herald-Journal during the 2006 cross country season • Led high school to state championship in cross country in 2004, while earning runner-up individual finish • Earned All-State and All-Region honors for cross country in 2006 • Earned six varsity letters in both cross country and track Personal • Born 3/10/89 • Majoring in health science • Father, Gerald, played football at Duquesne University • Daughter of Gerald and Laura Buffo • Three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Times • 1500m - 4:35.94 • Mile - 5:00.96

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DANIELLE CURRY Throws 5-8 • Red-shirt Junior (ind)/Senior (out) Thornville, OH Career Honors • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor Shot Put (2010) • Horizon League Champion, Indoor Shot Put (200810) • Horizon League Champion, Outdoor Shot Put (2009-10) • Horizon League Champion, Discus (2009) • Horizon League Most Outstanding Outdoor Field Performer (2009) • Horizon League Field Newcomer-of-the-Year (2008) 2009-10 Highlights (Youngstown State) • Advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Championships for the first time in her career after finishing 12th at the East Preliminary Round in Greensboro, NC; she was the first female in Youngstown State history to advance to the national outdoor meet • Claimed Horizon League crown in the shot put with a mark of 46’6”, while also scoring at the outdoor meet in the discus and hammer • Red-shirted the indoor season 2008-09 Highlights (Youngstown State) • Won indoor and outdoor shot put championships in the Horizon League, while also adding a first-place finish in the discus • Named Most Outstanding Field Performer at the league outdoor meet • Runner-up in the weight throw and third in the hammer at the Horizon meets 2007-08 Highlights (Youngstown State) • Named Horizon League Field Newcomer-of-the-Year after winning the indoor shot put and placing in the top five in the weight throw, and the outdoor shot put, discus and hammer throws as well • Only Horizon League freshman to win an individual title Sheridan High School Highlights • Runner-up at the Ohio Division II state track & field meet in the discus and thirdplace finisher in the shot put as a senior in 2007 • Runner-up at the indoor state meet in the shot put as a senior as well • Established school record in the discus and was a three-time Muskingum Valley League champion in the throws

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WOMEN’S BIOS JASMINE EDGERSON Sprints/Hurdles 5-4 • Sophomore Marietta, GA

Personal • Born 4/27/89 • Daughter of Danny and Amber Curry • Majoring in economics Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 51’6.5” • Weight Throw - 56’4” • Discus - 145’9” • Hammer - 159’5”

Career Honors • USTFCCCA All-American, Indoor 4x400m Relay (2010) & 4x100m Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 4x400m Relay (2010), 4x100m Relay (2010) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400m Relay (2010), 4x100m Relay (2010) • USA Junior All-American, 200m Dash (2010)

JULIE DeLONG Middle Distance 5-2 • Freshman Avon Lake, OH St. Joseph Academy Highlights • Earned a pair of varsity letters in track & field and basketball • Named team MVP for track & field and also received the Best Sprinter Award for 2009 and 2010 • Qualified for AAU Nationals in the 400m hurdles • Coached by Jay Turner Personal • Born 3/19/92 • Daughter of Jeff and Mary Kay DeLong • Comes from an athletic family, one brother and two uncles played football, another brother played lacrosse, and her cousin played volleyball at Boston College • Majoring in engineering

CORINNE DUVALL Distance 5-3 • Freshman North Potomac, MD Wootton High School Highlights • Two-time All-Gazette in track & field as a member of the 4x800m relay • Led 4x8 to back-to-back AAAA state championships, including a Maryland record time of 9:04 in 2010 • Led 4x8 to eighth-place finish at 2010 New Balance Outdoor Nationals • Placed seventh at the AAAA West Region meet in the 800m in 2010 • Finished 11th in the 1600m and 12th in the 800m at the Montgomery County Championships in 2010 • Earned four varsity letters in track & field and two in field hockey • Helped track team to runner-up finish at 2010 county and regional championships • Coached by Kellie Redmond

2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships as a member of the 4x100m relay • Helped Tiger relay to fourth-place finish (44.12) at NCAAs, tied for highest 4x1 finish in Clemson women’s history at the outdoor meet • Ran anchor leg for Tigers’ ACC championship 4x1 (44.36), Clemson’s first relay title of any kind in women’s outdoor track & field since 2005 • Ran anchor leg for Tigers at East Preliminary Round in Greensboro, where group posted No. 2 time in school history at 43.70 • Competed in the 200m dash at the USA Junior Championships and placed seventh after a time of 24.44 in the final 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships as a member of the 4x400m relay, where she helped the team to fifth-place finish and All-America showing with a school record time (3:33.93) • Ran a strong anchor leg to lead the Tigers to an ACC Championship in the mile relay, Clemson’s first since 2004 • Clemson’s best relay time on the season was 3:35.76 • Individual scorer at the ACC Championships with sixth-place showing in the 200m dash, her time was 24.01 • Helped 4x4 to five different NCAA provisional qualifying times throughout the course of the season Campbell High School Highlights • AAAAA state champion in the 100m hurdles from 2007-09 • Three-time All-State in the 200m dash • Four-time region champion in the hurdles • Holds school records in both the 100m hurdles (13.94) and 200m dash (24.35) • Coached by Mike McCloud and Kyle Turner Personal • Born 6/6/91 • Majoring in health science Best Collegiate Times • 60m - 7.68 • 100m - 11.83 (wind-aided) • 200m - 23.83 • 300m - 38.93 • 400m - 56.19 • 60m Hurdles - 8.73 • 100m Hurdles - 14.40

Personal • Born 12/11/92 • Daughter of Martha and Larry Duvall • Majoring in psychology

KARINE FARIAS Multi-Events 5-8 • Sophomore Porto Alegre, Brazil Career Honors • All-ACC Academic, Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the pentathlon & eighth in the heptathlon.

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WOMEN’S BIOS 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Moved into top 10 on Clemson’s all-time performance list for the heptathlon, her best effort was a total of 5,085 points at the Deacon Combined Events Classic • Scored well for the Tigers with a sixth-place finish and total of 4,961 points in the heptathlon at the ACC Championships in Clemson

• Concluded her high school career as the PSAL all-time record-holder in the 55m (6.89), 60m (7.39), indoor/outdoor 200m (23.48/23.44) and long jump (20’11.25”) • Concluded her high school career as the New York state record-holder in the pentathlon (3,783) and heptathlon (5,197) • Coached by Donald Potash for club track & field

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Totaled 3,709 points in the pentathlon at the ACC Championships, one of the top five point totals in Clemson history for the event • Finished fifth place in her first-ever conference meet in the pentathlon • One of her best events was the shot put, where she posted a throw of 39’1.25” at the Virginia Tech Qualifier

Personal • Born 4/3/92 • Daughter of Kiya Fountain

Pre-Clemson Highlights • Member of the Brazilian national youth team in 2007 and national junior team in 2008 • Broke national record in the heptathlon with 5,373 points in Porto Alegre in 2008 • Placed fifth at the IAAF World Youth Championships in the heptathlon in 2007 • Placed 12th at the IAAF World Junior Championships in the heptathlon in 2008 • Silver medalist at the under-23 South American Championships in 2008 • Bronze medalist at the under-23 South American Championships in 2007 • Youth national champion in combined events in Brazil in 2007 Personal • Born 3/23/90 • Majoring in marketing • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll • From the same hometown as former NCAA champion Gisele Oliveira, who competed at Clemson in the jumps from 2002-05 Best Collegiate Marks • 200m - 26.32 • 500m - 1:21.98 • 800m - 2:20.26 • 60mHH - 9.31 • 100mHH - 15.16 • High Jump - 5’5” • Long Jump - 19’0” • Shot Put - 39’1.25” • Javelin - 133’10” • Pentathlon - 3,709 pts • Heptathlon - 5,085 pts

CHRISTY GASPARINO Multi-Events 5-8 • Freshman Darien, CT Darien High School Highlights • 2009 All-American in the pentathlon with an eighth-place finish at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships • Won five state championships in 2010, including two in the high jump, two in the high hurdles, and the heptathlon • Established six school records: indoor/outdoor high jump, indoor/outdoor triple jump, pentathlon and heptathlon • Three-time team MVP earned six varsity letters in track & field • Coached by Steve Norris and Al Granite Personal • Born 8/4/92 • Daughter of Mike and Ruth Gasparino • Brother, Michael, plays football at Dickinson College • Major is undeclared

LISA GIRARD Distance 5-9 • Freshman Fountain Inn, SC J.L. Mann High School Highlights • All-State performer in 2010, she was fifth in the 1600m run (5:18.33) at the SCHSL Championships • Earned pair of state championships in the relays (4x800m in 2009, 4x400m in 2010) • Placed 15th at the South Carolina Cross Country Championships in 2009, she was runner-up in her

WHITNEY FOUNTAIN Multi-Events/Sprints 5-3 • Freshman Bronx, NY Career Honors • USA Junior Bronze Medalist, Heptathlon (2010) • USA Junior Olympic Silver Medalist, 400m Hurdles (2009)

region • Two-time Region 2-AAA champion at 800m, she also helped a pair of relay teams to regional title in 2009 and 2010 • Earned three varsity letters in cross country and two for track & field • Coached by Jackie Borowicz

Pelham Preparatory Academy (Christopher Columbus High) Highlights • One of the nation’s top prospects, she led the U.S. in the 300m dash and pentathlon Personal and was No. 2 among high school athletes in three events (55m, 60m, 200m) • Born 4/14/92 • Also ranked among top five in the U.S. in the heptathlon and outdoor 200m dash • Daughter of Greg and Anna Marie Girard • Earned bronze medal at the 2010 USA Junior Championships, as she totaled 5,197 • Majoring in landscape architecture points in the heptathlon at Des Moines, IA • Runner-up in the 55m dash (6.84) and 200m dash (23.48) at the 2010 National Scholastic Indoor Championships • Claimed silver medal at the 2009 USA Junior Olympics in the 400m hurdles, she also placed fifth at the same meet in the 200m dash • 2010 PSAL (Public Schools Athletic League) city champion in the 200m, 400m hurdles and pentathlon; she also won the PSAL city crown in the 200 as a junior Clemson Indoor Track • 2010 PSAL Wingate Award winner • Named 2010 Athlete-of-the-Year by New York Daily News and New York Post • Named 2009 Bronx Person-of-the-Year by the New York Daily News • Finished fourth in the 400m hurdles at the 2010 Penn Relays in Philadelphia

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WOMEN’S BIOS MICHAYLIN GOLLADAY Sprints/Hurdles 5-7 • Red-Shirt Senior (out) Upper Marlboro, MD Career Honors • USTFCCCA All-American, 4x100m Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, 60m Hurdles (2010), 100m Hurdles (2010), & 4x100m Relay (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, 60m Hurdles (2009) • ACC Champion, 4x100m Relay (2010) • USA Senior Championships Participant, 100m Hurdles (2010) • NACAC U23 Championships Silver Medalist, 100m Hurdles (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the 100m hurdles, third in the 60m hurdles, sixth in the pentathlon, & 10th in the outdoor 200m dash. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships as a member of the 4x100m relay, and individually in the 100m hurdles • Lead leg for the Tigers’ fourth-place (44.12) 4x100m relay, which earned her an AllAmerica certificate for the first time • Placed 13th in the semifinals of the hurdles with a time of 13.25 • Established school record with time of 13.07 in the high hurdles at the East Prelims, where she was seventh-fastest overall • Ran first leg for the Tigers’ 4x100m relay that won the ACC championship and posted second-best time in school history (43.70) at the East Prelims • Missed qualifying in the 200m dash for nationals by just two spots, she posted a career-best time of 23.57 in the opening round in Greensboro • Competed at the USA Championships in the high hurdles and placed ninth in the semifinals, missing the final by just one spot • Earned silver medal at the NACAC U23 Championships after matching personal best (13.07) in 100m hurdles • Earned Clemson’s Most Improved Award 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships in the 60m hurdles, her first-ever trip to a national meet • Placed 13th in the 60 hurdles, clocking an 8.27 in the preliminary round • Secured spot in the 60m hurdles field at nationals after establishing a personal best time of 8.26 at the Virginia Tech Final Qualifier • Placed sixth at the ACC Championships against a quality high hurdles field 2008-09 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • NCAA provisional qualifier during indoor season in the 60m hurdles • Moved into second place in Clemson record books after posting a personal-best time of 8.32 at the Virginia Tech Qualifier in March • Scored at the ACC Championships with a fifth-place finish in the 60m hurdles, her time was 8.38 at the league meet • Also competed in the multi-events as a junior, she posted a total of 3,447 points in the pentathlon at the JRF Multi-Event Challenge • Ran opening leg for the Tigers’ fifth-place 4x400m relay team at the ACC meet 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Primarily competed with the relays and as an intermediate hurdler • Top 400m hurdles time was 1:02.92 at the Clemson Relays • Helped 4x400m relay to season-best time of 3:48.50 at the ACC Championships • Rran third leg with the Lady Tigers’ shuttle hurdle relay team at Penn Relays that posted a time of 56.35, second-best in school history 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Competed across several events, and was the team’s top performer in the quarter mile • Top time in the 400m dash was 58.03 at the ACC Championships 2006-07 Outdoor Highlights • Helped 4x100m relay team to top time of the season at the Clemson Relays (45.85) • Ran 14.56 in the high hurdles at the Solid Orange Classic 2006-07 Indoor Highlights • Second-best performer on the team in the 200m dash, she clocked a time of 25.18

at the Niswonger Invitational Largo High School Highlights • 2004 state champion in 100m, 200m, 300m indoor, and long jump • 2005 state champ in 300m outdoor, 200m, and long jump • 2006 state champ in long jump • Winner of four indoor/outdoor letters for track & field • Part of two outdoor state championship teams Personal • Born 4/10/88 • Earned undergraduate degree in May, 2010 in health science • Daughter of Sheretta and James Golladay Best Collegiate Marks • 60m – 7.72 • 100m – 11.62 • 200m – 23.57 • 400m – 58.03 • 60m Hurdles – 8.26 • 100m Hurdles – 13.07 • 400m Hurdles - 1:02.92

MONIQUE GRACIA Hurdles 5-5 • Junior Miami, FL Miami South Ridge Highlights • Two-time state champion, she won the 100m hurdles in 2007 and 2008 • Earned three varsity letters and led track & field team to a championship in 2008 • Coached by Sam Burley Personal • Born 4/20/90 • Daughter of Janet Rivera • Majoring in sociology

ALYSSA HENSHAW Distance 5-4 • Freshman Darnestown, MD Northwest High School Highlights • Named to All-Gazette First Team for cross country in 2009-10 and in track in three different events in 2010 (1600m, 4x400m, 4x800m) • Helped two different relays (4x4, 4x8) to four state championships at the AAAA level in 2009-10 • Ran personal best 2:19.26 in the 800m at the Nike Spring Invitational and placed fourth • Won 2010 Montgomery County indoor championship with 1600m time of 5:16.93 • Runner-up at the 2009 Montgomery County Cross Country Championships • AAAA West Region runner-up in 800m in 2009 • Team MVP for cross country in 2009 and indoor track in 2010 • Helped 4x400m relay to second-fastest time in state high school history • Coached by Beth Muehl Personal • Born 5/20/92 • Daughter of Terrance and Linda Henshaw • Majoring in nursing

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WOMEN’S BIOS JANICE JACKSON Sprints/Hurdles 5-8 • Red-Shirt Freshman Brooklyn, NY 2009-10 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor seasons due to a torn ACL suffered prior to enrolling at Clemson Medgar Evers Prep School Highlights • Two-time indoor All-American, including 2009 when she was third in the 60m hurdles at the National Scholastic meet • Nike Outdoor All-American in 2009 as a senior in the 100m hurdles • Indoor state champion in the 55m hurdles in 2008, she was the Division I runner-up in the 100m hurdles during outdoor season • Two-time indoor city champion • Coached by Dr. James Phipps Personal • Born 10/30/91 in Jamaica • Majoring in history • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

BRIANA JOHNSON Hurdles 5-6 • Senior Orlando, FL Career Honors • All-Mountain West Conference, 60m hurdles (2010) & 100m Hurdles (2010) 2007-10 Highlights (at San Diego State) • Earned All-MWC honor in the 60m hurdles with a runner-up finish (8.60) in 2010 as a junior at San Diego State • Also earned all-conference recognition outdoors after a runner-up finish (13.92) in the 100m hurdles • Performed well at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships in 2009, placing fifth in the 100m hurdles with a time of 13.62 • Competed at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 2008 and was 24th in the preliminary round of the 100m hurdles Personal • Born 5/31/89 • Daughter of Lorna Johnson, who was also her high school coach • Majoring in communication studies

STORMY KENDRICK Sprints 5-3 • Sophomore Gastonia, NC

• All-ACC, 60m Dash (2010) • USA Junior All-American, 100m & 200m (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the 100m dash, third in the 60m dash, eighth in the outdoor 200m dash, & 10th in the indoor 200m dash. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships in three events, the 100m dash, 200m dash and 4x100m relay • Ran second leg for the Tigers’ All-America 4x100m relay team, which placed fourth with a time of 44.12 in the finals • Placed 12th in the 100m dash (11.47) and 16th in the 200 (23.85) semifinals • Ran second leg for the Tigers’ ACC championship 4x100m relay • Also ran second leg for Clemson’s 4x1 at the East Prelims, where the group posted season-best time of 43.70 (No. 2 in Clemson history) • Earned runner-up finishes at ACC Championships in both short sprints, which included school-record time of 11.25 in 100m dash • Finished in top 12 of both 100m dash and 200m dash in Greensboro at the East Prelims, she was one of the top freshman sprinters at the meet • Freshman school record-holder in both 100m dash and 200m dash • Named ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year for her efforts, just the second Clemson female in history to earn the accolade • USA Junior All-American in both short sprints, she qualified for the IAAF World Junior Championships via a runner-up finish in the 200m dash • Claimed IAAF World Junior crowns in both 200m dash (22.99) and 4x100m relay; she was only the second athlete in Clemson history to win an individual event at the World Junior Championships 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • NCAA provisional qualifier in 60m dash and 200m dash • Produced personal best of 7.40 in 60m dash at the Clemson Games, a time that ranks in a tie for third in the Tiger record books • Earned All-ACC honor with third-place finish in 60m dash (7.44) • Posted strong provisional NCAA time of 23.89 in 200m dash at Tyson Invitational Forestview High School Highlights • Indoor All-American via third-place finish in 60m dash at the NSIC meet • Earned outdoor All-America status after third-place showing in 100m dash at the Nike meet • AAA state champion in the 100m and 200m dash events as a senior, she also won the 100m dash in 2007 as a sophomore • West Region champion in the 100 and 200 as a senior • Two-time indoor state champion • USA Youth outdoor champion in the 100m dash in 2007 • Coached by Valentino Sykes Personal • Born 1/6/91 • Daughter of Betty Kendrick • Majoring in health science Best Collegiate Marks • 60m – 7.40 • 100m – 11.25 • 200m – 23.34 • 400m – 55.86

Career Honors • IAAF World Junior Champion, 200m & 4x100m (2010) • USTFCCCA All-American, 4x100m Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, 100m Dash, 200m Dash, & 4x100m Relay (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, 60m Dash & 200m Dash (2010) • ACC Champion, 4x100m Relay (2010) • ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year (2010) • All-ACC, 100m Dash (2010) • All-ACC, Outdoor 200m Dash (2010)

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ANNIMARI KORTE Hurdles 5-5 • Junior Helsinki, Finland Career Honors • All-Mountain West Conference, 60m hurdles (2010) Pre-Clemson Highlights • Earned All-MWC honor in the 60m hurdles with a third-place finish (8.60) in 2010 as a sophomore at San Diego State

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WOMEN’S BIOS PATRICIA MAMONA Jumps 5-4 • Red-Shirt Senior (out) Lisbon, Portugal

• Four-time National Junior Champion in Finland, she was also a Nordic Junior Champion • Finalist in the European Junior Championships, she was also a semifinalist at the World Youth and World Junior Championships Personal • Born 4/8/88 • Daughter of Eeva Korte and Vesa Virtanen • Majoring in political science Best Collegiate Times • 60m Hurdles - 8.60 • 100m Hurdles - 13.33

ALYSSA KULIK Distance 5-5 • Junior Simpsonville, SC Career Honors • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2010) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the 3000m steeplechase & 10th in the mile. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the steeplechase, where she finished 24th out of 48 competitors • Established school record in the event with a time of 10:32.46 at the Georgia Tech Invitational • Scored at the ACC Championships with time of 10:41.90 and eighth-place finish 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Moved into the top 10 in Clemson history in the mile run when she posted a time of 4:55.96 and won the Tiger Paw Invitational on Feb. 12 • Competed in the mile at the ACC Championships and placed 13th in the prelims 2008-09 Highlights • Competed outdoor season at the Shamrock Invitational, posting a time of 10:44.52 in the 3000m run Mauldin High School Highlights • Two-time state champion at the AAAA level in 2007 (1600m, 3200m) • Won AAAA state cross country championship in 2006 • Named team MVP for cross country from 2004-07 and track from 2005-08 • Led team to three straight (2005-07) AAAA state titles • Holds school track records in five events • All-State in cross country from 2004-07 and track from 2005-08 • Earned four varsity letters in both cross country and track & field Personal • Born 2/2/90 • Daughter of Frank and Karen Kulik • Majoring in psychology • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Times • 1500m - 4:38.47 • Mile - 4:55.96 • 2000mSC - 7:10.91 • 3000m - 10:09.18 • 3000mSC - 10:32.46

Career Honors • NCAA Champion, Outdoor Triple Jump (2010) • USTFCCCA Indoor All-American, Triple Jump (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor (2008-10) & Outdoor Triple Jump (2007-08, 2010) • ACC Outdoor Field Athlete-of-the-Year (2010) • All-ACC, Indoor Triple Jump (2007-10) • All-ACC, Outdoor Triple Jump (2007-08, 2010) • All-ACC, Indoor & Outdoor Long Jump (2008) • All-ACC, Pentathlon (2009) • All-ACC, Heptathlon (2010) • All-East Region, Triple Jump (2007-08) • NCAA East Region Qualifier, Long Jump (2008) & Triple Jump (2007-08) • All-ACC Academic, Track & Field (2008) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2009-10) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2010) • ESPN the Magazine Third-Team Academic All-American (2010) • ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District (2010) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the indoor triple jump, first in the outdoor triple jump, second in the pentathlon, third in the heptathlon, fifth in the 100m hurdles, sixth in the 60m hurdles, seventh in the indoor long jump, eighth in the outdoor long jump, & eighth in the indoor high jump. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Earned NCAA championship in triple jump, the eighth in Clemson women’s track & field history; she knew she had the championship and then went out and broke school record with collegiate best 45’11.75” • None of her competitors jumped over 45 feet at the national meet, Mamona led for the duration of the event • First NCAA champ for Clemson since Gisele Oliveira won indoor triple jump (2005) • Hit outstanding leap of 45’6.5”, No. 2 on Clemson’s all-time outdoor performance list, in triple jump at the NCAA East Prelims in Greensboro; her jump was secondbest in the field • Earned All-ACC status as runner-up in triple jump and third place in heptathlon, where she posted 5,247 points (No. 3 in Clemson history) • Scored at the ACC Championships in the long jump as well • Established personal best in high hurdles with time of 13.53 • Named ACC Women’s Field Athlete-of-the-Year • Named to ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Third Team, one of two honorees from Clemson (along with classmate Liane Weber) • Competed at the European Track & Field Championships and placed eighth in the triple jump with a personal best 46’4” leap 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Automatic NCAA qualifier in the triple jump for the second straight season • Finished as national runner-up after producing school-record triple jump of 45’5.25” in the finals, her first-ever All-America certificate • Posted mark of 45’0.5” at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet • Runner-up at the ACC Championships with 43’11.75” mark, it was her ninth allconference certificate in her career • Scored in the 60 hurdles and long jump at the ACC Championships • Produced NCAA provisional qualifying point total at the Clemson Games in the pentathlon (3,911) 2008-09 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • NCAA provisional qualifier in four different events during indoor season: 60m hurdles, long jump, triple jump, and pentathlon • Competed at the NCAA Championships in the triple jump and pentathlon; placed 12th in the triple jump • ACC runner-up in the pentathlon with automatic NCAA qualifying total of 4,081 points; her point total ranks second-best in Clemson history for the pentathlon • Third-place finisher in the triple jump at ACCs with mark of 43’3” • Top triple jump mark of the season was 43’7” at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet • Hit a long jump distance of 20’4.5” at ACC meet; she finished fifth in the event

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WOMEN’S BIOS • Moved into the top five in school history in the high hurdles, she had a season-best time of 8.41 at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Received automatic bid to NCAA Championships for second straight season after a top-five finish at the East Region meet • Jumped personal best 43’11.25” in the meet, which was held in Tallahassee, FL • Finished 10th at the NCAA Championships after a top mark of 43’4.25” • Earned All-ACC status in both the long jump and triple jump in the meet at Atlanta, GA • Finished runner-up in the triple jump after an outdoor-best mark of 43’4.5” • Qualified for regionals in the long jump at ACCs after a mark of 19’10.25”, but opted not to compete in that event at regionals due to the triple jump 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • All-ACC performer in both the long jump and triple jump for the Lady Tigers • Earned qualification for the NCAA Championships in the triple jump after a then personal best of 43’7” at the Virginia Tech Last Chance meet • Fell centimeters shy of qualifying provisionally for the long jump at the ACC meet • Jumped a personal best 19’10.75” and was third place • Runner-up in the triple jump at ACCs after hitting a mark of 43’3.25” • Jumped 43’0.5” at the NCAA Championships in the triple jump, good enough for 12th place 2006-07 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Championships via a third-place finish at the East Region Championships in the triple jump • Posted a personal best 43’2.5” leap on her final attempt to move into the third-place finish • Had a mark of 43’0.25” in the prelims and advanced to the finals at the NCAA Championships, finishing 11th in the event • Earned runner-up finish in the triple jump at the ACC Championships in College Park • Posted a regional-qualifying jump of 42’1.25” at that meet • Also scored in the long jump with a mark of 19’3.5” • Performed well at the prestigious Penn Relays • Jumped 43’0.5” to move into second place on the Lady Tigers’ all-time performance list in the outdoor event

2006-07 Indoor Highlights • Posted strong NCAA provisional qualifying marks in the triple jump • Season-best was 43’0.25”, which ranks second in school history behind only former NCAA Champion Gisele Oliveira • Recorded that mark at the Arkansas Last Chance Meet • Jumped 42’6” at the ACC Championships and finished third, earning her first AllACC honor as a Lady Tiger • Also scored in the long jump with an effort of 19’0.5” • Also posted NCAA provisional marks at the Kentucky Invitational, where she finished first place at 42’1.5” Pre-Clemson Highlights • Holds Portuguese indoor records in the 60m hurdles and long jump • Also holds Portuguese records in the outdoor 100m hurdles, long jump, and triple jump • Placed fourth at the World Junior Championships in the triple jump Personal • Born 11/21/88 • Daughter of Maria and Patricio Mamona • Majoring in health science • Three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll • Won Portuguese national championship in the summer of 2008 in the triple jump • Earned fifth-place finish in triple jump at U23 European Championships in the summer of 2009 Best Collegiate Marks • 200m - 24.42 • 800m - 2:19.70 • 60m Hurdles - 8.41 • 100m Hurdles - 13.53 • High Jump - 5’6.5” • Long Jump - 20’4.5” • Triple Jump - 45’11.75” • Shot Put - 33’11.5” • Javelin - 91’10” • Pentathlon - 4,081 pts • Heptathlon - 5,247 pts

MISHA MORRIS Sprints 5-5 • Junior Seneca, SC 2007-09 Highlights (at Charleston Southern) • Named 2008 Big South Outdoor Freshman-of-theYear after capturing conference crowns in the 100m, 4x100m and 4x400m • Placed fifth as a sophomore in 2009 in both the 60m and 100m dash events at the Big South Conference Championships • Earned two varsity letters Seneca High School Highlights • Two-time team MVP was the state champion in the 200m dash as a senior in 2007 • Also won multiple state championships with the 4x1 and 4x4 relay teams at Seneca • Helped both relays to school records in 2007 as a senior • Recipient of 2007 Coaches Classic Outstanding Female Award • Coached by Mickey Nichols Personal • Born 12/9/88 • Majoring in psychology

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WOMEN’S BIOS AMY MORRISON Pole Vault 5-7 • Red-Shirt Junior Fenton, MI

ALEXA NEILING Distance 5-9 • Freshman Simpsonville, SC

Career Honors • All-ACC, Outdoor Pole Vault (2010) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2009-10) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2010) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks in a tie for first in Clemson history in the indoor pole vault & fifth in the outdoor pole vault. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the pole vault • Earned first-ever All-ACC honor after tying teammate Caroline Kennedy for third place after jumping 12’9.5” at Clemson’s home facility • Her mark at ACCs improved her outdoor personal best and moved her into the top five on Clemson’s all-time performance list for the event 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Matched teammate Caroline Kennedy for the school record with a clearance of 12’11.5” at the ACC Championships, where she finished in a tie for fifth place • Had solid clearance of 12’8.25” to finish runner-up at the Tiger Paw Invitational 2008-09 Outdoor Highlights • Top performance in the pole vault was a clearance of 12’1.5” at the ACC Championships, where she placed ninth overall • Her effort was good enough to move her into a tie for sixth in Clemson’s record books 2008-09 Indoor Highlights • Scorer at the ACC Championships in the pole vault, she placed seventh overall after a clearance of 12’5.5” • Moved into the top five in school history in the indoor vault with that effort • Also cleared a solid 12’4.5” at the Tiger Paw Invitational 2007-08 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • Competed in the vault indoors, where her top clearance was 11’7.75” at the ACC Championships • Finished tied for ninth and was just outside scoring position for the Tigers at that meet Fenton High School Highlights • State champion in 2006 and 2007 • Holds state, school, league, and region record in the vault • Earned four letters in track & field and swimming & diving • Also earned three letters in volleyball • Named team MVP in swimming & diving and multiple MVP winner in track & field Personal • Born 4/11/89 • Daughter of Connie and Gene Morrison • Majoring in health science • Three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll • Brother, Al, was a diver for the University of Wisconsin from 2006-10

Mauldin High School Highlights • Member of three consecutive cross country state championship teams • Led team to consecutive AAAA third-place finishes in 2008 and 2009, she was individual runner-up at both meets • Region 2-AAAA and Upper State cross country champion as a senior in 2009 • Two-time team MVP in cross country, she also won the honor in track & field in 2010 • Earned All-State honors on the track as a senior in the 1600m and 3200m • Member of Region 2-AAAA championship 4x800m relay • Three-time team captain in cross country was also a Wendy’s High School Heisman winner • Earned six varsity letters apiece in cross country and track & field • Coached by Delmar Howell Personal • Born 12/7/91 • Daughter of Larry and Nancy Neiling • Attended same high school as current Clemson runner Alyssa Kulik • Majoring in preprofessional health studies

BRIDGETTE OWENS Hurdles 5-4 • Freshman Oak Park, MI Southfield High School Highlights • National runner-up at both the 2010 Nike Indoor meet and 2010 New Balance meet in the high hurdles • Posted time of 8.40 in the 60 hurdles at the Nike national meet and 13.74 in the 100 hurdles at the New Balance meet in Greensboro, NC • Established Michigan high school record with time of 8.35 in winning the state championship in the 60 hurdles • Won a pair of state outdoor championships in the 100 hurdles • Earned bronze medal at the 2009 IAAF World Youth Championships in the 100m hurdles • Won gold medal in 100m hurdles at 2009 Caribbean Scholastic Invitational • Coached by Calvin Johnson Personal • Born 3/14/92 • Majoring in community recreation, sport & camp management

LAUREN REEN Distance 5-7 • Red-Shirt Freshman Orlando, FL

Best Collegiate Marks • Pole Vault - 12’11.5”

2009-10 Highlights • Did not compete in a meet Bishop Moore Catholic High School Highlights • Five-time All-State performer in track from 2006-08 • Two-time All-State in soccer (2007, 2008) • AAAA state tournament MVP for soccer in 2007 • Won district and region championships in 1600m run • School record-holder in the 1600m, 4x400m, and 4x800m • Coached by Dan Gollins

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WOMEN’S BIOS KIM RUCK Distance 5-6 • Junior Greer, SC

Personal • Born 3/29/90 • Daughter of Colleen and Thomas Reen • Majoring in health science • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

BRIANNA ROLLINS Hurdles 5-5 • Red-Shirt Freshman (out)/Sophomore (ind) Miami, FL Career Honors • USTFCCCA All-American, 60m Hurdles & Indoor 4x400m Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 200m Dash, 60m Hurdles, & Indoor 4x400m Relay (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor 400m Dash (2010) • ACC Champion, Indoor 200m & 4x400m Relay (2010) • ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the 60m hurdles, fifth in the indoor 400m dash, & sixth in the indoor 200m dash. 2009-10 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season due to injury • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships in three events, the 200m dash, 60m hurdles and 4x400m relay • All-American in the 60 hurdles and 4x400m relay, she propelled the Tigers to a school-record time (3:33.93) as the second leg • ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year as determined by a vote of the league’s head coaches • ACC Champion in the 200m dash, Clemson’s first in the event since Silja Ulfarsdottir; her time was 23.69, one of the top 10 in school history • Ran second leg for Clemson’s ACC-record producing 4x400m relay, an all-freshman team that ran a provisional NCAA time of 3:35.76 in Blacksburg • Earned bronze medal with season-best, provisional qualifying time of 54.01 in the 400m dash; her time ranks among the top 10 in school history • Scored the most points out of any track competitor at the ACC Championships, helping Clemson to the team crown • Posted school record 8.17 in the 60 hurdles at the Clemson Games • Named ACC Performer-of-the-Week on Jan. 12 after winning 60m hurdles with time of 8.25 at the Clemson Invitational Miami Northwestern High School Highlights • Nike Outdoor national champion as a senior in both the 400m hurdles and 4x400m relay • Earned All-America honors at the Nike Outdoor Nationals in the 100m hurdles • AAAA state champion in the 300m hurdles and 4x100m relay • AAAA runner-up in the triple jump as a senior • Led 4x400m relay to a pair of state championships • Led team to three state championships and four district championships • Coached by Carmen Jackson Personal • Born 8/18/91 • Daughter of Temperance Rollins • High school teammate of Brittany Pringley, also a freshman at Clemson • Majoring in travel & tourism Best Collegiate Times • 200m - 23.69 • 300m - 37.90 • 400m - 54.01 • 500m - 1:14.47 • 60m Hurdles - 8.17

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Career Honors • USTFCCCA Indoor All-American, 5000m (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 5000m (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, 10,000m (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor 3000m (2010) • ACC Champion, Indoor 5000m (2010) • All-ACC, Outdoor 5000m (2010) • All-ACC, 10,000m (2010) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2010) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2009-10) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the indoor 5000m, second in the 10,000m, third in the outdoor 5000m, fifth in the indoor 3000m, & eighth in the indoor mile. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships after fifth-place East Preliminary finish in 10K • Placed 13th in the 10K at the NCAA meet with personal best time of 33:42.88, the No. 2 time in Clemson history for the event • Produced solid 10K time (34:20.28) in runner-up finish at ACC Championships • Also earned all-conference recognition via third-place finish in 5K • Top 5K time of the season and No. 3 in Clemson record books was 16:12.05 in winning effort at Florida Relays • Competed in 5K at East Preliminary Round and finished 17th overall 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • NCAA qualifier in the 5000 meters after winning the event at the ACC Indoor Championships • Earned first-ever All-America honor by virtue of finishing seventh at the NCAA nationals, Clemson’s first female indoor All-American in 16 years • Produced season-best, school-record time of 16:01.24 at the national indoor meet • Clemson’s first female ACC indoor champion since Mareike Ressing won the 3K in 1993 • Posted an automatic qualifying time of 16:04.02 at the league meet in Blacksburg • Won the 5K at the Tyson Invitational with a time of 16:11.49 • Scored at ACCs with fifth-place finish in the 3K, her time was 9:32.21 • Provisional NCAA qualifier in the 3K with time of 9:30.21 at the Virginia Tech Invitational, a time that ranks fifth in Clemson history • Became first Clemson female since 2001 to go under five minutes in the mile when she ran 4:54.96 at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet 2008-09 Highlights • Did not compete during indoor season • Scorer at the ACC Outdoor Championships for the Tigers in the 10K; she posted a personal best time of 36:45.78 which was good enough for a fifth-place finish • Ranks among the top 10 in school history for the 10K event Eastside High School Highlights • Earned several accolades as a soccer player • Named All-State in 2007 and three-time All-Region • Played in 2007 North/South All-Star soccer game • Led 2007 team to state championship • Led 2004 to region championship and 2005 team to finals of the state tournament Personal • Born 3/24/89 • Daughter of Gene and Valorie Ruck • Majoring in health science • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll

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WOMEN’S BIOS • Brother, Kevin, played soccer for Towson University • Walked on to the women’s cross country team in the fall of 2008 and was the team’s second-best finisher at the ACC Championships • Earned All-ACC honors in cross country in 2009 and All-Region recognition in 2009 and 2010, earning her way to the NCAA national meet this past fall Best Collegiate Times • 800m - 2:19.38 • 1500m - 4:34.16 • Mile - 4:54.96 • 3,000m - 9:30.21 • 5,000m - 16:01.24 • 10,000m - 33:42.88

APRIL SINKLER Jumps 5-7 • Red-Shirt Junior (out)/Senior (ind) Stafford, VA Career Honors • USTFCCCA Indoor All-American, Long Jump & Triple Jump (2010) • USTFCCCA Outdoor All-American, Long Jump & Triple Jump (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor High Jump & Long Jump (2009-10) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor & Outdoor Triple Jump (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor Long Jump (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor Triple Jump (2008-09) • ACC Most Valuable Indoor Field Event Athlete (2009-10) • ACC Most Valuable Outdoor Field Event Athlete (2010) • ACC Champion, Indoor High Jump & Long Jump (2009-10) • ACC Champion, Outdoor High Jump & Long Jump (2010) • USTFCCCA Southeast Region Indoor & Outdoor Field Event Athlete-of-the-Year (2010) • All-East Region, High Jump (2009) • NCAA East Region Qualifier, High Jump, Long Jump & Triple Jump (2008) • USA Junior All-American, High Jump & Long Jump (2008) • USA Championships Participant, Long Jump & Triple Jump (2010) • NACAC U23 Championships Silver Medalist, High Jump (2010) • NACAC U23 Championships Bronze Medalist, Long Jump (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the indoor and outdoor high jump, first in the indoor long jump, second in the outdoor long jump, & third in the indoor and outdoor triple jump.

straight season • Automatic NCAA qualifier in both the long jump and high jump, she won ACC championships in both events for the second straight year • All-American in both the long jump and triple jump; scored for Tigers with seventhplace finish and personal best 43’7.25” in triple jump • Won the ACC long jump crown with a school record distance of 21’6”, on her third preliminary attempt • Won the high jump by surpassing the six-foot mark, a first in Clemson women’s track & field history; set school record with 6’0.75” clearance • Named ACC’s Most Valuable Field Event Athlete for second straight season • Fell just one centimeter shy of an automatic qualifying mark in the triple jump at the Virginia Tech Invitational • Placed fourth at the ACC Championships for the second straight season in the triple jump, making her the highest scoring field event athlete at the league meet 2008-09 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • Named ACC’s Most Valuable Field Event Athlete at the indoor meet after winning her first-ever conference championships in the high jump and long jump • Established school records in both events, she cleared 5’11.5” in the high jump and then hit an automatic NCAA qualifying mark of 21’4.25” in the long jump • First high jump champion ever in women’s track & field at the ACC level for Clemson, she was also the first long jump champion for the Tigers on the women’s side since Gisele Oliveira in 2004 • Was selected to compete in both events at the NCAA Championships, but she was pulled from the competition due to an ankle injury suffered in practice • Also an NCAA provisional qualifier in the triple jump, she recorded the third-best mark in school history with a jump of 42’8.75” in a fourth-place finish at the ACC meet 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Affected much of the season by injury, she did compete in both horizontal jumps and qualified for regionals in the high jump • Top effort in the long jump was a 19’9.5” mark at the Orange & Purple Classic, good enough to qualify her for regionals in the event • Tied teammate Anastasia Wilson for first place at the Georgia Tech Invitational with a regional-qualifying high jump of 5’8.75”, which ranks second in school history • Finished tied for eighth in the high jump (5’7.25”) with Wilson at the East Region meet • Earned USA Junior All-America honors in both the long jump and high jump, she finished sixth in both events at the Columbus, OH meet 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Competed in the long jump, triple jump, and high jump, and had a strong impact in all three events for the Lady Tigers • Scored at the ACC meet in both the long jump and triple jump, but was slowed by injury in the high jump at the league competition • Placed fourth in the long jump (19’9.75”) and fifth in the triple jump (39’3”) at ACCs

2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships in long jump and triple jump • Earned All-America status in both events; her best NCAA finish was 10th in the long jump (20’4.25”), where she was just one centimeter shy of advancing into the finals • Placed 15th in the triple jump with mark of 41’9.75” • Placed sixth in the triple jump and seventh in the long jump at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Greensboro • Captured first-ever ACC championships by winning both high jump and long jump in the meet held at Clemson’s Rock Norman Track • Broke school outdoor record with 6’1.25” clearance in high jump at Georgia Tech • Hit personal outdoor best in long jump (21’1.25”) at Georgia Tech as well in a threeway meet • Scored a mark of 43’6” at the East Prelims in the triple jump, third-best jump in school history; she placed fourth in the event at the ACC Championships as well • Named ACC’s Most Valuable Field Event Athlete for the third time in her career, but it was her first-ever outdoor honor • Named Southeast Region Field Event Athlete-of-the-Year by the USTFCCCA for both seasons • Produced season-best 21’4.25” long jump and placed seventh in the event at the USA Championships in Des Moines, IA • Earned silver medal in high jump (5’11.25”) and bronze in the long jump (20’9.25”) at the NACAC U23 Championships, she also finished fourth in the triple jump 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships in three different events, for the second

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WOMEN’S BIOS • Moved into second place on Lady Tigers’ all-time high jump list with a clearance of 5’8.75” at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet, where she finished third • Qualified provisionally for NCAAs in the triple jump after posting a mark of 42’2” at the Tiger Invitational in February

Personal • Born 3/2/92 • Daughter of Karl and Cathleen Terstappen • Majoring in health science

Brooke Point High School Highlights • Claimed first place in the high jump at the Nike Outdoor Nationals in 2007 • Nike national runner-up in the triple jump • Earned All-State honors as a senior in the high jump, long jump, and triple jump • Led school to fifth consecutive Commonwealth District title in 2007 and won four events at the meet • Swept the jumps at the Northwest Region meet in 2007 as well • Named 2007 Female Track & Field Athlete-of-the-Year by the Free-Lance Star • Also earned four varsity letters apiece in basketball and soccer; she had several scholarship offers for soccer prior to signing with Clemson Personal • Born 9/1/89 • Majoring in preprofessional health studies • Daughter of Randy and Vicky Sinkler

SARAH TURMAN Distance 5-5 • Sophomore Taylors, SC 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Season-best in the 1500m was a time of 4:52.49 at Georgia Tech • Posted an improvement in her 5K with a time of 17:55.03, shaving several seconds off her indoor best 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Established a Clemson freshman record in the 5K with a time of 18:02.94 at the ACC Championships • Also competed in the 3K, where her best performance was a time of 10:32.19 at the Tiger Paw Invitational

Best Collegiate Marks • High Jump - 6’1.25” • Long Jump - 21’6” • Triple Jump - 43’7.25”

BRANNON SULKA Distance 5-3 • Junior Bluffton, SC 2009-10 Highlights • Competed outdoors in the 1500m run, where her best time was 5:14.97 at the Yellow Jacket Invitational 2008-09 Highlights • Competed outdoors at the Shamrock Invitational, where she posted a time of 11:34.80 in the 3000m run • Also competed once in the 1500m, at the Orange & Purple Classic Bluffton High School Highlights • Earned All-State honors in the 800m, an event which she also won a region championship in 2008 • Led 4x800m relay team to sixth-place finish in the state as a junior • Earned three letters in both cross country and track & field

Blue Ridge High School Highlights • Three-time most valuable runner (2006-08) • Holds school records in the 3200m run and 5K • Region champion in cross country in 2008 • Region champion in 1600m and 3200m in 2009 • Earned four letters in track & field, four in basketball, three in cross country, and two in tennis • Coached by Robin Tarpinian Personal • Born 2/28/91 • Daughter of Tim and Laura Turman • Majoring in nursing • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Times • 1500m - 4:52.49 • Mile - 5:16.53 • 3000m - 10:32.19 • 5000m - 17:55.03 • 10,000m - 40:37.09

Personal • Born 12/4/89 • Daughter of John and Lisa Sulka • Majoring in history • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll • Aunt, Jan Bedenbaugh, lettered as a women’s basketball player at Clemson in 1975-76

LAUREN TERSTAPPEN Pole Vault 5-9 • Freshman Phoenixville, PA Phoenixville Area High School Highlights • Earned AAA state championships in the pole vault, both indoor and outdoor, as a senior in 2010 • Established school indoor and outdoor records in the pole vault, her best clearance was 12’5.5” indoors • Competed at the 2010 Nike Indoor Nationals, finishing in a tie for 10th place, and the New Balance Outdoor Nationals, where she tied for 13th • Coached by Mike Lawryk of the Vertical Assault Pole Vaulting Club 42

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WOMEN’S BIOS BRITTNEY WALLER Throws 5-10 • Sophomore Greenville, SC Career Honors • All-ACC, Weight Throw (2010) • All-ACC, Hammer Throw (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the weight throw, fifth in the discus throw, & seventh in the hammer throw. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Earned All-ACC distinction in the hammer throw after a mark of 170’10” and thirdplace showing at the league meet in Clemson; her mark ranks seventh on Clemson’s all-time performance list • Also had the team’s top discus throw with a mark of 150’9”, No. 5 in Clemson history 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Finished third and earned All-ACC status in her first-ever conference meet in Blacksburg; she put together a season-best throw of 60’11.5”, fourth-best in Clemson history for the 20-pound weight throw • Had a throw of 59’2” and won the Tiger Paw Invitational on Feb. 13 J.L. Mann High School Highlights • Earned All-America honors at the Nike Outdoor Nationals with fifth-place finish in the discus • Placed ninth in the shot put at the 2009 Nike Outdoor Nationals as well • Two-time state champion in both the shot put and discus at the AAA level • Three-time region MVP and two-time Greenville County MVP • Named AAA Athlete-of-the-Year for track & field by the High School Sports Report • State record-holder in the discus, she also holds the region record for both the discus and shot put • 2008 USATF Junior Olympic champion in discus throw • Earned four letters in track & field and four in volleyball, she was twice named the team’s field athlete MVP • Led team to four consecutive state track & field championships • Coached by Rhett Moss Personal • Born 8/31/91 • Daughter of Olletta Waller • Majoring in agricultural education

• ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District (2010) • ESPN the Magazine Second-Team Academic All-District (2009) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the pentathlon, first in the heptathlon, second in the javelin throw, third in the outdoor high jump, & sixth in the indoor high jump. 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships in the heptathlon with the nation’s No. 2 point value, but withdrew after only one event due to a torn foot tendon suffered after the ACC meet • Established league record 5,928 points at the ACC Championships to win her firstever heptathlon crown at the conference meet • Set personal bests in 200m (24.80), 100m hurdles (13.94), high jump (5’9.25”) and javelin (153’10”) during her impressive ACC meet performance • Moved to No. 2 in Clemson record books for javelin and No. 3 for the high jump • Suffered a strained foot tendon and did not compete in a meet after April 16 before giving it a go at the NCAA Championships • Named first-team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American after the season, Clemson’s first honoree since 2006 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships in the pentathlon for the second straight year and third time in her career • Named an All-American for second straight season in the pentathlon, she placed fifth at the national meet, an improvement of one spot from the 2009 season • Earned third ACC indoor championship in the pentathlon after re-writing her own conference record with 4,262 points • Set personal bests in the 60 hurdles and shot put at the ACC indoor meet in Blacksburg • Became first Clemson female to win three ACC crowns in the same event since Jamine Moton won the indoor shot put in 1999, 2001 and 2002

Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 39’7.25” • Weight Throw - 60’11.5” • Discus Throw - 150’9” • Hammer Throw - 170’10”

LIANE WEBER Multi-Events 5-10 • Red-Shirt Senior (out) Wangen, Germany Career Honors • USTFCCCA Indoor All-American, Pentathlon (2009-10) • NCAA Qualifier, Pentathlon (2007, 2009-10) & Heptathlon (2007, 2010) • ACC Champion, Pentathlon (2007, 2009-10) • ACC Champion, Heptathlon (2010) • USTFCCCA Southeast Region Indoor Field Event Athlete-of-the-Year (2009) • ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year (2007) • All-ACC Academic, Track & Field (2007) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2009-10) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2010) • ESPN the Magazine First-Team Academic All-American (2010)

2008-09 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • Earned first-ever All-America honor in the pentathlon, she placed sixth in the fiveevent slate at the NCAA Championships • Posted total of 4,235 points at the NCAA national meet, which is an ACC record • Set personal bests in four of the five events at the national championship meet • Won her second ACC crown in three years in the pentathlon, she had a total of 4,218 points in the meet at Blacksburg, VA • Qualified for NCAAs with automatic point total of 4,135 in winning her second JRF Multi-Event Challenge title in three years 2007-08 Outdoor Highlights • Scored at the ACC meet in Atlanta with a total of 4,804 points in the heptathlon • Best event was the javelin, where she recorded a throw of 131’6”, she also had a solid 5’4.25” clearance in the high jump 2007-08 Indoor Highlights • Competed at the ACC Championships in the pentathlon, but did not finish after a

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WOMEN’S BIOS MARLENA WESH Sprints 5-6 • Sophomore Virginia Beach, VA

fall in the opening event (60m dash) • Had a high jump of 5’3.75” at the ACC meet 2006-07 Outdoor Highlights • One of four freshmen to earn an invitation to the NCAA Championships in the heptathlon, but she did not complete the grueling competition due to injury • Runner-up in the heptathlon at the ACC Championships after setting the school record in the seven-event competition • Posted NCAA provisional qualifying total of 5,337 points • Surpassed Katja Pettinen, who had held the school record with 5,321 points since 1995 • Ranks fifth on the Lady Tigers’ all-time performance list in the javelin after she recorded a throw of 140’6” at the Yellow Jacket Invitational • Ran a 14.30 in the 100m hurdles at the Solid Orange Classic 2006-07 Indoor Highlights • Competed at the NCAA Championships in the pentathlon, the only freshman to do so among the national field of multi-event athletes • Earned ACC championship in the pentathlon by posting an automatic NCAA qualifying total of 4,089 points • Was strong across the board in the five-event slate, as she recorded season bests in the 800m (2:18.44), 60m hurdles (8.77), long jump (19’4.75”), high jump (5’7.25”) at the ACC meet, which was held at Clemson’s indoor facility • First Clemson athlete to win the pentathlon since Lauren Nicholson in 2004 and just the second in the history of the program • First ACC champion in any event for Clemson women’s team since Gisele Oliveira won the outdoor triple jump in 2005 • Broke Nicholson’s school record in the pentathlon in her first collegiate multi-event competition, the JRF Multi-Event Challenge • Scored 3,941 points at that meet on January 26 • Named ACC Indoor Freshman of the Year, a first for Clemson Pre-Clemson Highlights • Member of the German national track & field team • First-place finisher in the heptathlon at the 2005 German Championships • Placed first at the 2003 German Championships in the long jump • Finished seventh in the heptathlon at the Under-20 European Championships in 2005

Career Honors • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor 400m (2010) • All-Big XII, Indoor 400m (2010), Indoor & Outdoor 4x400m relay (2010) 2009-10 Highlights (at Oklahoma) • Earned Big XII honors during the 2010 indoor season after posting NCAA provisional qualifying time (54.24) at the conference meet • Top 200m time of the season was 24.13 at the Arizona State Invitational outdoors • Qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the 400m dash, she finished 29th with a time of 54.59 Landstown High School Highlights • 2008 Nike Indoor National Champion in the 200m, she was runner-up at the Nike Outdoor Nationals that same season • Eight-time state champion in Virginia, collecting multiple titles in the 100m, 200m and 300m dash events • Became first female in Virginia high school history to win the 100m, 200m and 400m at the same state championship meet (2009) • Competed for the United States at the 2008 Caribbean Scholastic Championships in Puerto Rico • Coached by Tom Anderson Personal • Born 2/16/91 • Daughter of Hernould and Margareth Wesh • Majoring in psychology Best Collegiate Times • 200m - 24.12 • 400m - 54.02

Personal • Born 2/24/86 • Daughter of Bruno and Gisela Weber • Earned undergraduate degree in health science in December of 2010 • Three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Marks • 60m - 8.17 • 100m - 12.79 • 200m - 24.80 • 800m - 2:14.04 • 60m Hurdles - 8.50 • 100m Hurdles - 13.94 • Long Jump - 19’8.75” • High Jump - 5’9.25” • Shot Put - 40’5” • Javelin Throw - 153’10” • Pentathlon - 4,262 points • Heptathlon - 5,928 points

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2010 INDOOR REVIEW Men’s Indoor Honors USTFCCCA All-Americans Name Event Place Spencer Adams 60mHH 8th Miller Moss Heptathlon 8th

Mark 7.90 5,638

All-ACC Performers Name Event Place Mark Justin Murdock 60m 3rd 6.72 Josh Fowler Long Jump 3rd 24’7.75” Zach Berg Wt. Throw 3rd 66’9.25” Miller Moss Heptathlon 2nd 5,699 school freshman records in the 200, 400 and 60 hurdles.

ACC Champion 4x400m Relay Clemson Women Claim ACC Team Championship Clemson won the school’s first ACC indoor championship in women’s track & field since the 1992 season on Feb. 27 when the Tigers finished the 2010 meet with 145.5 points compared to second place Florida State (93). Clemson’s margin of victory was the largest at any ACC women’s indoor track meet since the 1997 season. The Tigers also produced a school record six indoor champions, including five individuals and the mile relay. April Sinkler took home crowns for the second straight year in the high jump and long jump. Liane Weber won her third pentathlon championship in four years. Kim Ruck dominated the 5K from start to finish, and Brianna Rollins took the gold in the 200m dash. But the icing on the cake was provided by the 4x400m relay team, which consisted of four first-year freshmen. The lineup of Brittany Pringley, Rollins, Sonni Austin and Jasmine Edgerson won the event for the Tigers, a first since 2004. Women’s Team Tie for Seventh at NCAA Championships Led by Patricia Mamona’s runner-up finish in the triple jump, Clemson posted its best team showing in women’s track & field at the NCAA Indoor Championships by tying for seventh place. It was the program’s highest finish since the 2001 group was third. It was the third top-10 team finish in Clemson women’s track & field history at the NCAA Indoor Championships. The women’s team tallied 20 points at the meet, tied with Florida State and UTEP for seventh. Oregon (61) won the meet, followed by Tennessee (36) and LSU (35). Clemson’s Best NCAA Indoor Women’s Team Finishes Year Points Finish All-Americans 2001 30 T-3rd 7 2010 20 T-7th 10 1983 10 T-10th 1 Twelve Tigers Earn All-America Distinction When the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released the official list of 2010 indoor All-Americans the Monday following the NCAA Championships, Clemson had 10 studentathletes that combined for 12 of the honors. A schoolrecord eight different women’s track & field athletes were named All-American, including two (Brianna Rollins and April Sinkler) that earned the honor in multiple events. The previous high for a single season, in terms of women’s All-Americans, was 2001 when seven Tigers were honored during outdoor season. 46

Johnson Named ACC, Southeast Region Coach-ofthe-Year Clemson’s Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson was named ACC Coach-of-the-Year and Southeast Region Coach-of-the-Year by the USTFCCCA for women’s indoor track & field in 2010. Johnson led the Clemson women to their first ACC indoor championship since 1992. He also led the Tigers to a seventh-place finish as a team at the NCAA Championships, just the third top-10 finish in program history. He coached a program-best 10 All-Americans this indoor season alone, including multiple honorees Brianna Rollins and April Sinkler. His student-athletes established nine women’s indoor event school records in 2010 alone. Johnson was the first ACC Coach-of-theYear for women’s indoor track & field at Clemson since Wayne Coffman earned the accolade in 1996. Sinkler Honored by USTFCCCA, ACC for Indoor Accomplishments Clemson jumper April Sinkler earned a pair of accolades in 2010 for her accomplishments in the field events. She was named ACC Most Valuable Indoor Field Event Athlete at the conclusion of the 2010 league meet, when she successfully defended her crowns in both the high jump and long jump. A week later, she was named Southeast Region Indoor Field Event Athlete-of-the-Year for women’s track & field. Sinkler competed at the NCAA Championships in three events and earned All-America honors in two of them. She finished seventh in the triple jump at the national meet with a personal best 43’7.25”. She also won the honor in the long jump as one of the top eight American finishers. Sinkler broke the Clemson records for both the high jump (6’0.75”) and long jump (21’6”) at the ACC Indoor Championships in February. In fact, she was the first Clemson female to clear the six-foot barrier in the high jump. Rollins Named ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year Clemson rookie Brianna Rollins was named ACC Freshman-of-the-Year for women’s indoor track & field, as determined by a vote of the league’s 12 head coaches. Rollins, the first female Freshman-of-the-Year in the ACC for Clemson since Liane Weber in 2007, earned All-America status in both the 60 hurdles and with the 4x400m relay. She led the relay team to a fifth-place finish with a Clemson record time of 3:33.93. Rollins also ran second leg for the ACC Champion relay team, and brought home an individual conference title in the 200 meter dash as well. She established the Clemson record for the women’s 60 hurdles (8.17) and posted

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Wilson Named Southeast Region Assistant Coachof-the-Year Mario Wilson earned Women’s Assistant Coach-ofthe-Year honors, the first coaching accolade of his young career bestowed by the coaches association. Wilson assists with the instruction of the team’s jumpers and multi-event athletes. Three of the athletes he coaches - Patricia Mamona, April Sinkler and Liane Weber earned bids to the NCAA Indoor Championships. Two of them, Sinkler and Weber, won individual ACC Championships at the meet in Blacksburg. Wilson also coaches the pole vault. Under his tutelage, Caroline Kennedy and Amy Morrison rank atop the school’s indoor performance list for the event. Freshman Relay Team Wins ACC, Breaks School Record at Nationals For the first time in school history, a group of four freshmen combined to claim an ACC Championship in a relay when the women’s team won the 4x400 meter final on Feb. 27 in Blacksburg. The team of Brittany Pringley, Brianna Rollins, Sonni Austin and Jasmine Edgerson produced a season-best, NCAA provisional time of 3:35.76 and ran away with the first-place trophy. It was Clemson’s first indoor relay victory since the 2004 season. The victory was certainly not a fluke for the Tigers, as the NCAA meet would prove. The Tigers competed in the first of three heats, but overwhelmed their competition and posted the fifth-best time at the Tyson Track in Arkansas. Their time was a school record, 3:33.93. It marked the first All-America performance for the Clemson women in the mile relay since 2004. Moss Sets Clemson Heptathlon Record, Earns AllAmerica Status Red-shirt junior Miller Moss lived up to his potential during the 2010 indoor season. The smooth 6-foot4 multi-event athlete broke the school record in the heptathlon in January. The standard was a total of 5,569 points, held by former indoor All-American Ryan Koontz. Moss not only broke the record, he nearly auto qualified for the NCAA Championships in the process. He produced a two-day total of 5,653 points, just 25 shy of the automatic standard, to win the heptathlon at the Clemson Games. He did not disappoint when it came time to compete at the ACC Championships. The Sumter, SC product was runner-up with another school record, this time hitting the automatic total with 5,699 points. He earned a ticket to nationals for the first time in his indoor track & field career. At the NCAA meet, Moss came through with an All-America performance. He finished eighth in the heptathlon, scoring a point for the Tiger men’s team. He was Clemson’s first All-American in the heptathlon


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Brianna Rollins since Koontz in 2007. He was able to get into scoring position after running a personal best 2:39.68 in the final event of the competition, the 1000 meters. Weber Wins Third ACC Pentathlon Crown, Finishes Fifth at NCAAs Clemson’s Liane Weber has set a standard within ACC women’s track & field that will be tough to follow. When she won the pentathlon on Feb. 25, she became the first athlete to win the competition three times over the course of a career. Weber did so in impressive fashion, tallying a point value of 4,262. It was her second straight automatic NCAA qualifying total and it also broke her conference and school record as well. Weber could not have asked for a better start, as she ran a personal best 8.57 in the 60m hurdles. She then followed with another PR in the high jump at 5’8” and in the shot put with a throw of 40’5”. Weber concluded strong with solid marks in the long jump and 800 meters. She competed in the pentathlon at NCAA nationals, earning her second consecutive indoor All-America honor. Weber placed fifth, one spot higher than she did during the 2009 meet.

What’s even more impressive is that Ruck did not compete in cross country or track & field at Eastside High School. She was all-state in soccer after leading the 2007 team to a state championship. She enjoyed a banner season on the indoor track circuit in 2010. It began when she went under five minutes for the mile, the first female at Clemson to do that since Perry Fields in 2001. She ran a strong provisional NCAA qualifying time in the 3K at Virginia Tech at 9:30.21, followed by a provisional time in a 5K win at the Tyson Invitational a few weeks later. Her name started to become household within the distance community on Feb. 26 when she broke her own school record in the 5000 meters and won the ACC Championship in the event. She was Clemson’s first indoor distance champion for the women’s team since Mareike Ressing won the 3K in 1993. Ruck followed suit and delivered her best performance for the final meet of the 2010 indoor season, the NCAA Championships. She placed seventh against a great field in the 5K, again breaking the school record. This time, Ruck crossed the finish line in 16:01.24 to become the school’s first female indoor All-American since Ressing in 1994. Adams’ Return to Track Comes Full Circle Clemson two-sport athlete Spencer Adams, a cornerback for the Tiger football team, earned a spot at the NCAA Indoor Championships by virtue of improving his personal best by a mere one-hundredth of a second at the Virginia Tech Qualifier the weekend prior to the national meet. His time of 7.83 was enough to land Adams a spot in the 60 hurdle prelims. At the national meet, he clocked a personal best 7.80 (sixthbest in Clemson history) to qualify for the finals of the event. In the final, he was performing well before clipping the fifth hurdle in the race. He stretched across the finish line in wild fashion, finishing eighth and landing his first-ever All-America certificate. It was quite a return for Adams, considering he sat out the 2009 collegiate track season after suffering a torn ACL on the gridiron in the fall of 2008 as a firstyear freshman. Adams was the only first-year performer to qualify for the finals at the NCAA meet. He was Clemson’s first male All-American in the hurdles since Roy Cheney was ninth at the 2004 meet in the 60 hurdles.

Mamona Breaks Through at NCAA Nationals Entering the 2010 NCAA Championships, Clemson athlete Patricia Mamona was the owner of nine career All-ACC accolades. However, in her amazing career, she had yet to score an All-America certificate in her best event, the triple jump. She changed that on Mar. 13 when she finished national runner-up in the event after breaking Gisele Oliveira’s school record. Mamona hit a leap of 45’5.25” in the finals, finishing second in the event and earning her first career All-America accolade as a Clemson Tiger.

Kennedy, Morrison Break Clemson Pole Vault Record Clemson’s women broke nine indoor event records during the 2010 season, including the pole vault. Teammates Caroline Kennedy and Amy Morrison achieved the feat together after they tied for fifth at the ACC Championships in February at Virginia Tech’s Rector Field House. The duo cleared 12’11.5”, which elevated them past former school record-holder Beth Jordan, who cleared 12’9.5” in 2006.

Ruck Restores Distance Tradition at Clemson Over the last year and a half, there has been no bigger development than that of sophomore distance runner Kim Ruck. After walking on to the Tiger cross country team in the fall of 2008, she has steadily moved up the ranks in Clemson history in a multitude of distance events.

Berg Puts Injuries in the Past If Kim Ruck’s emergence as a national distance runner was the program’s top storyline in 2010, Zach Berg’s ability to overcome past injuries and obstacles has to be near the top as well. Berg, the oft-injured thrower from Tega Cay, SC, not only bounced back, but he also re-wrote the school

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Women’s Indoor Honors USTFCCCA All-Americans Name Event Place Kim Ruck 5000m 7th Pringley, Rollins 4x400m 5th Austin, Edgerson Brianna Rollins 60mHH 9th April Sinkler Long Jump 11th Patricia Mamona Triple Jump 2nd April Sinkler Triple Jump 7th Liane Weber Pentathlon 5th

Mark 16:01.24 3:33.93 8.22 20’7.25” 45’5.25” 43’7.25” 4,113

ACC Champions Name Event Mark/Time Brianna Rollins 200m 23.69 Kim Ruck 5000m 16:04.02 Pringley, Rollins 4x400m 3:35.76 Austin, Edgerson April Sinkler High Jump 6’0.75” April Sinkler Long Jump 21’6” Liane Weber Pentathlon 4,262^ All-ACC Performers Name Event Place Mark Stormy Kendrick 60m 3rd 7.44 Brianna Rollins 400m 3rd 54.01 Patricia Mamona Triple Jump 2nd 43’11.75” Brittney Waller Wt. Throw 3rd 60’11.5” ^ - ACC record record in the 35-pound weight throw. He did so with a throw of 66’5” at the Clemson Games in January, then followed with an even greater mark (66’11.5”) a few weeks later at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet. Berg added a second career All-ACC honor in the weight throw in February when he hit a mark of 66’9.25” and placed third at the conference meet. Berg, who missed qualifying for nationals by a matter of inches, was arguably the nation’s most consistent thrower with the 35-pound weight.

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2010 OUTDOOR REVIEW Clemson Women Claim ACC Team Championship For the first time in school history, the Clemson women’s track & field program swept the indoor and outdoor ACC championships in the same season. The Tiger women won the 2010 ACC outdoor crown on April 17. It was Clemson’s first ACC outdoor title in women’s track & field since the 1999 season. The Tigers won by a wide margin, posting 177 points to Florida State’s 124. Thus, the Tigers won the indoor championship by a margin of 52.5 points and the outdoor crown by a total of 53 points. Clemson won three individual championships - April Sinkler in the high jump and long jump, and Liane Weber in the heptathlon. The Tigers also won their first conference crown in the 4x100m relay since 2001 when the group of Michaylin Golladay, Stormy Kendrick, Kristine Scott and Jasmine Edgerson ran a time of 44.36 in the finals. In addition to the conference champions, Clemson displayed its depth with 12 All-ACC performances. Among the most notable, Kendrick was runner-up in both short sprints (100m, 200m) and Patricia Mamona was All-ACC in the triple jump and heptathlon. Kim Ruck earned All-ACC status in both the 5K and 10K. Women’s Team 18th at NCAA Championships For only the sixth time in Clemson history, the women’s outdoor track & field team finished in the top 20 at the NCAA Championships. It was Clemson’s first top-20 team finish in women’s outdoor track & field since the 2001 team finished in seventh place. The team scored 15 points over only two events. However, one of the events was Patricia Mamona’s individual NCAA crown (and 10 points) in the triple jump. The other five points came courtesy of the 4x100m relay team, which finished in fourth position. Clemson’s Best NCAA Outdoor Women’s Team Finishes Year Points Finish All-Americans 2001 28 7th 12 1991 17 T-12th 7 1992 15 17th 5 2010 15 18th 7 1983 20 T-20th 2 2002 12 T-20th 3 Six Tigers Earn All-America Distinction When the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released the official list of 2010 outdoor All-Americans the Monday following the NCAA Championships, Clemson boasted six student-athletes that combined for seven of the honors. April Sinkler once again led the way with a pair of accolades. Her best finish was 10th in the long jump. Mamona earned her second career All-America award by virtue of her first-place finish in the triple jump. The four members of the 4x1 also earned All-America accolades, with all but Jasmine Edgerson earning the award for the first time. The first-time All-Americans were Michaylin Golladay, Stormy Kendrick and Kristine Scott. The seven All-Americans tied for second-most in Clemson history for women’s outdoor track & field. Only the 2001 team had more selections with 12. The 1991 team that tied for 12th place also boasted seven AllAmerica performers. Mamona Brings Home Gold Medal in Triple Jump Clemson standout Patricia Mamona showed at the NCAA Indoor Championships in March of 2010 that she would be a factor on the national level in her best event, the triple jump. However, she took her performance to a new level on June 10 at the NCAA 48

Outdoor Championships in Eugene, OR. The indoor runner-up in the event, Mamona had a solid mark of 45’3.5” and wrapped up the win prior to her last attempt. The Lisbon, Portugal native was loose and with a capacity crowd behind her, Mamona went out and put together the greatest jump of her life. She hit a school record and jumped 45’11.75”, which sparked a massive personal celebration for the 11-time All-ACC athlete. It was the eighth women’s track & field NCAA crown in school history, and first since Gisele Oliveira won the indoor triple jump in 2005. Clemson’s All-Time Women’s NCAA Champions Year Student-Athlete Event Mark 1983 Tina Krebs 1000-Yard Run (ind) 2:28.58 1985 Tina Krebs 1500m Run (ind) 4:17.45 1986 Tina Krebs Mile (ind) 4:40.82 2001 Cydonie Mothersill 200m (ind) 22.89 Burgher, Mothersill 4x400m (out) 3:29.97 Smith, Weston, Cutchin (alt.) 2002 Jamine Moton Hammer (out) 220’6” 2005 Gisele Oliveira TJ (ind) 45’1.75” 2010 Patricia Mamona TJ (out) 45’11.75” Mamona Named ACC Field Performer-of-the-Year Following her national championship performance in the triple jump, red-shirt junior Patricia Mamona was named ACC Outdoor Field Performer-of-the-Year for the 2010 season. The honor was determined by a vote of the conference’s 12 head coaches. It was a fitting end to a brilliant all-around season for the Tiger jumper. Mamona was also the ACC runner-up in the triple jump and third-place finisher in the heptathlon. Not only did she compete in both events in April at the ACC Outdoor Championships, but she also scored in the open long jump and competed in the 100m high hurdles final as well. She was an integral piece of the puzzle to Clemson’s dominance (+53 over Florida State) at the outdoor league meet in Tigertown. Johnson Repeats as ACC, Southeast Region Coachof-the-Year Clemson’s Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson was named ACC Coach-of-the-Year and Southeast Region Coach-of-the-Year by the USTFCCCA for women’s outdoor track & field in 2010. Johnson led the Clemson women to their first ACC outdoor championship since 1999, and to the first-ever indoor/ outdoor sweep in the school’s history. He also led the Tigers to an 18th-place finish as a team at the NCAA Championships, just the sixth top-10 finish in program history. He coached seven Tigers to All-America honors in 2010, including multiple honoree April Sinkler. His student-athletes established eight women’s outdoor event school records in 2010 alone. Johnson was the first coach in Clemson women’s track & field history to be named ACC Coach-of-theYear both indoor and outdoor in the same season. He also accomplished another double in 2010. He was USTFCCCA Southeast Region Indoor Coach-of-theYear in March, giving him a pair of honors from the coaches organization in 2010. Sinkler Honored by USTFCCCA, ACC for Outdoor Accomplishments Clemson jumper April Sinkler earned another pair of accolades in 2010 for her outdoor accomplishments in the field events. She was named ACC Most Valuable Outdoor Field Event Athlete at the conclusion of the 2010 league meet, when she took home her first-ever outdoor ACC crowns in the high jump and long jump. A few weeks later, she was voted Southeast Region Outdoor Field Event Athlete-of-the-Year for women’s

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Men’s Outdoor Honors All-ACC Performers Name Event Place Mark Spencer Adams 110mHH 3rd 13.88 Spencer Adams 400mIH 3rd 52.14 Xavier Tromp Pole Vault 2nd 18’0.5” Josh Fowler Long Jump 3rd 23’10.25” Zach Berg Hammer 3rd 208’3” Miller Moss Decathlon 2nd 7,628 track & field. Sinkler won both honors during the indoor season as well. Sinkler competed at the NCAA Championships in two events and earned All-America honors in both. She finished 10th in the long jump at the national meet with a solid mark of 20’4.25”. She also won the honor in the triple jump as one of the top eight American finishers. Sinkler also broke the Clemson record for the high jump (6’1.25”) during the 2010 outdoor season. Kendrick ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year Clemson rookie Stormy Kendrick was named ACC Freshman-of-the-Year for women’s outdoor track & field, as determined by a vote of the league’s 12 head coaches. Kendrick, the school’s first outdoor ACC Freshman-of-the-Year since Erin Nett in 1999, earned All-America status after helping the 4x100m relay team to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA national meet in Eugene, OR. Kendrick also competed at the NCAAs in both the 100m and 200m dash events. Kendrick a native of Gastonia, NC, was runner-up in both short sprints at the ACC Championships. She also led the 4x1 to its first ACC event championship since the 2001 season. Kendrick Claims IAAF World Jr. Crowns Kendrick followed her outstanding freshman outdoor campaign with an even better summer showing internationally. After finishing runner-up in the 200m dash at the USA Junior Championships, she won the event going away (22.99) at the IAAF World Junior meet in Canada. She also led Team USA to a gold medal performance as the leadoff leg for the 4x100m relay. She was the first Clemson female since Kim Graham to win gold at the IAAF World Junior Championships. Relay Team Matches Best-Ever NCAA Finish Arguably the best storyline coming from Clemson’s top-10 team finish at the 2010 NCAA Indoor Championships was the all-freshman 4x400m relay team. The group finished in fifth place with the youngest squad at the competition, following up on an outstanding ACC championship run by the group a month earlier. The outdoor season brought about a similar feelgood storyline in the relays. Clemson’s women won the ACC championship in the 4x100m relay, the first claimed in the event by the Tigers since the 2001 season. The team of Michaylin Golladay, Stormy Kendrick, Kristine Scott and Jasmine Edgerson went on to finish fourth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, matching the program’s best finish (2001) ever in the event. Edgerson was the common link between the two All-America relays. Not known as a short sprinter, she solidified the relay during the outdoor season in the absence of fellow freshman star Brianna Rollins, who red-shirted the outdoor campaign due to injury. Moss Sets Clemson Decathlon Record Red-shirt junior Miller Moss had a breakout season in 2010. He established the school’s heptathlon record at the ACC Indoor Championships, then followed


2010 OUTDOOR REVIEW multi-event athlete in the ACC when healthy. Mamona, Weber Named ESPN the Magazine Academic All-Americans Liane Weber and Patricia Mamona from were both named to the 2010 ESPN the Magazine Academic AllAmerica teams, released June 24 by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Weber was named to the first team, while Mamona was a thirdteam selection. With their selections, Weber and Mamona became the fourth and fifth student-athletes in Clemson women’s track & field history to be named Academic All-Americans. Tina Krebs (1986) was the first Tiger female to earn the honor. Gisele Oliveira was a twotime Academic All-American (2004-05), while Jenny Barton was the program’s most recent honoree in 2006 as a third-team selection. In fact, Weber and Mamona are the first Academic All-Americans in any sport at Clemson since 2006 when Barton was honored from the women’s team and Danny Alge was a second-team selection from the men’s track & field squad. Clemson Women’s Track & Field Academic All-Americans Year Student-Athlete Team 1986 Tina Krebs Second 2004 Gisele Oliveira First 2005 Gisele Oliveira First 2006 Jenny Barton Third 2010 Liane Weber First Patricia Mamona Third

Miller Moss with an All-America eighth-place finish at the NCAA national meet in March. His outdoor season was just as special. He broke a nine-year old Clemson record in the decathlon, scoring 7,628 points over the 10 events at the ACC Outdoor Championships in front of a home crowd. Moss finished as the ACC’s runner-up in the event and was doing well in the competition at the NCAA Outdoor Championships before a series of unfortunate fouls in the discus throw ruined his chance of scoring for the men’s team. He showed toughness by responding with a fourth-place finish at the USA Championships in Des Moines less than two weeks later. His performance resulted in a berth on the U.S. team for the 2010 Thorpe Cup, which pitted multi-event athletes from America against Germany in a head-to-head competition. Weber Wins First ACC Heptathlon Crown with Conference Record Clemson’s Liane Weber has set a standard within ACC women’s track & field that will be tough to follow. When she won the heptathlon at the league meet on April 16, she laid claim to ACC records in both the indoor and outdoor multi-event competitions. She had established the pentathlon record during the indoor season, when she won the ACC for the third time. This time, the Wangen, Germany product totaled an impressive 5,928 points over the seven events to hold off Maryland’s Kiani Profit. It was her first-ever outdoor championship and fourth overall in her fine career. Weber entered the NCAA competition with the nation’s No. 2 point value in the heptathlon, however she could only compete in the opening event. She had been injured since the ACC meet, and was unable to perform anywhere close to the best of her ability. Though it was a disappointing end to her season, Weber was the top

Ruck Strong in Distance Events for Tiger Program Following a couple of weeks away from competition after earning indoor All-America honors in the 5K, Kim Ruck had an even busier outdoor campaign. The native of Greer, SC had a breakout season in 2010. It all started with an ACC championship in the indoor 5K. She followed with a seventh-place finish in her first trip to the NCAA Championships. In April, she was runner-up in the 10K and third place in the 5K at the ACC Championships held in Clemson. She then advanced to the NCAA East Prelims in Greensboro, where she posted a fifth-place finish to earn automatic qualification into the national 10K field in Eugene, OR. She responded nicely with a personal best time of 33:42.88, finishing 13th against a strong field in her first-ever outdoor national competition. Ruck concluded the outdoor season No. 2 on Clemson’s alltime performance list in the 10K and third on the 5K chart. Berg Overcomes Injuries with Career Year Zach Berg has dealt with his share of adversity as a Clemson Tiger. He first encountered injury problems as a freshman, missing the 2007 outdoor season. In 2008, he fought his way back and earned AllACC status in the weight throw indoors and hammer outdoors. But injuries persisted the following year, when he competed in a total of just three meets between the 2009 indoor and outdoor seasons. Finally injury-free and throwing to his fullest potential, Berg became a force within the ACC ranks as a senior. He placed third in the 35-pound weight throw, earning his third all-conference nod in February. Berg followed with an even stronger outdoor campaign. He placed third in the hammer at the ACC Championships to earn his fourth all-conference accolade. He broke the school record early in the season, followed at ACCs with a mark of 208’3”, and then topped that with a throw of 210’7” at the Orange & Purple Classic on May 8. But the ultimate satisfaction for Berg came after

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MEN’S INDOOR MARKS 60m Prov. Qualifying: 6.71 Auto. Qualifying: 6.60 Justin Murdock 6.72 Warren Fraser 6.77 Miller Moss 6.96

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200m Prov. Qualifying: 21.63 Auto. Qualifying: 21.23 Justin Murdock 21.32^ La’Mont Jackson 21.48^ Warren Fraser 22.01

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Justin Murdock Warren Fraser La’Mont Jackson

300m 34.37 34.75 34.94

400m Prov. Qualifying: 47.85 Auto. Qualifying: 46.75 Jordan Rispress 48.86 La’Mont Jackson 48.97 Warren Fraser 49.30 Jordan Rispress Miller Moss Marcus Maxey

500m 1:04.05 1:06.16 1:07.65

800m Prov. Qualifying: 1:51.40 Auto. Qualifying: 1:48.90 Chris Slate 1:51.33^ Jasen Turnbull 1:52.06 Chris Slate 1:54.35 Miller Moss

1000m 2:39.68

Mile Prov. Qualifying: 4:05.30 Auto. Qualifying: 4:00.80 Chris Slate 4:13.29 Chad Holt 4:22.68 Tyler Morey 4:26.03 3000m Prov. Qualifying: 8:07.70 Auto. Qualifying: 7:57.20 Tyler Morey 8:35.15 Chris Slate 8:35.71 Bryce Iverson 8:42.01 5000m Prov. Qualifying: 14:13.80 Auto. Qualifying: 13:50.80 Bryce Iverson 15:13.23 Tyler Morey 15:18.15 Shane Reighard 15:47.20 60m Hurdles Prov. Qualifying: 7.91 Auto. Qualifying: 7.70 Spencer Adams 7.80 Charlton Rolle 7.86# Marcus Maxey 8.01 4x400m Relay Prov. Qualifying: 3:12.80 Auto. Qualifying: 3:09.10 Murdock, Jackson 3:10.21# Rispress, Moss 50

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Noble, Turnbull Slate, Mangone

4x800m Relay 7:53.84

Distance Medley Relay Prov. Qualifying: 9:44.70 Auto. Qualifying: 9:33.00 Turnbull, Mangone 10:00.73 Noble, Slate High Jump Prov. Qualifying: 2.14m/7’0.25” Auto. Qualifying: 2.24m/7’4.25” Miller Moss 6’5” 1.96m Pole Vault Prov. Qualifying: 5.20m/17’0.75” Auto. Qualifying: 5.50m/18’0.5” Xavier Tromp 17’7.75”# 5.38m Chris Spear 16’4.75” 5.00m Miller Moss 15’6.25” 4.73m

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Shot Put Prov. Qualifying: 17.75m/58’3” Auto. Qualifying: 19.30m/63’4” Alex Padgett 57’5.5” 17.51m Stephen White 54’6.5” 16.62m Cory Thalheimer 51’7” 15.72m Weight Throw Prov. Qualifying: 19.50m/63’11.75” Auto. Qualifying: 21.50m/70’6.5” Zach Berg 66’11.5”# 20.41m Alex Padgett 65’4”# 19.93m Stephen White 53’10” 16.41m Heptathlon Prov. Qualifying: 5,325 pts Auto. Qualifying: 5,675 pts Miller Moss 5,699!

Key ! NCAA Automatic Qualifying Mark # NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark ^ Banked or oversized track RT Roaring Tiger Opener ACC CL Clemson Invitational VT Virginia Tech Invitational VT CG Clemson Games EL Virginia Tech Elite TP TP Tiger Paw Invitational TY Tyson Invitational TT Tiger Tuneup Triple Jump Clemson Indoor Track ACC ACC Championships Prov. Qualifying: 15.45m/50’8.25” VTQ Virginia Tech Qualifier Auto. Qualifying: 16.15m/53’0” NCAA NCAA Championships Josh Fowler 49’0.75” VTQ 14.95m Long Jump Prov. Qualifying: 7.50m/24’7.25” Auto. Qualifying: 7.85m/25’9.25” Josh Fowler 24’7.75”# 7.51m Miller Moss 23’8” 7.21m Will Robinson 22’3.5” 6.79m

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100m 10.40(w) 10.48 10.70

Justin Murdock Warren Fraser

200m 21.42 21.44

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400m 47.51 48.17 48.99

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Chris Slate Jasen Turnbull Will Noble

800m 1:49.28 1:49.62 1:51.73

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Chris Slate Jasen Turnbull Will Noble

1500m 3:49.79 3:51.73 4:00.60

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Bryce Iverson Tyler Morey Patrick Jagielski

3000m 8:34.34 9:10.42 9:33.82

Bryce Iverson Shane Reighard Patrick Jagielski

5000m 14:44.72 15:21.76 15:27.13

2000m Steeplechase Blake Kennedy 6:07.56 Jeffrey Pennings 6:21.21

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Bryce Iverson Tyler Morey Blake Kennedy

3000m Steeplechase 9:23.02 9:23.83 9:32.70

Spencer Adams Charlton Rolle Marcus Maxey

110m Hurdles 13.79 13.81 13.96

Spencer Adams Jordan Rispress Charlton Rolle

400m Hurdles 52.14 53.59 54.57

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4x100m Relay 40.58

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4x400m Relay 3:08.02

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4x200m Relay 1:24.63

4x800m Relay 7:29.74

Shuttle Hurdle Relay Rolle, Delli Carpini 56.45 Maxey, Moss Fraser, Rispress Moss, Turnbull

Sprint Medley Relay 3:24.53

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High Jump 6’6.25” 1.99m

Xavier Tromp Chris Spear Miller Moss

Pole Vault 18’0.5” 5.50m 16’10.75” 5.15m 15’7” 4.75m

Josh Fowler Miller Moss Will Robinson

Long Jump 24’9.25” 7.55m 23’7.5” 7.20m 21’11.5” 6.69m

Josh Fowler

Triple Jump 51’4.5” 15.66m

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Discus Throw 153’0” 46.64m 151’4” 46.12m 138’1” 42.08m

Zach Berg Alex Padgett Chris Brown

Hammer Throw 210’7” 64.19m 207’5” 63.23m 139’8” 42.58m

Xavier Tromp Miller Moss

Javelin Throw 186’8” 56.90m 169’7” 51.70m

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Shot Put 57’9.75” 17.62m 49’8.5” 15.15m 42’8” 13.00m

Decathlon 7,628 pts

Key Charlotte 49er Classic Yellow Jacket Invitational Florida Relays ACC Championships Penn Relays vs. Georgia Tech, Kennesaw St. Orange & Purple Classic Georgia Tech Invitational NCAA East Preliminary Rd NCAA Championships USA JR/SR Championships

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Stormy Kendrick 60m Prov. Qualifying: 7.44 Auto. Qualifying: 7.26 Stormy Kendrick 7.40# Kristine Scott 7.42# Jasmine Edgerson 7.68 200m Prov. Qualifying: 24.40 Auto. Qualifying: 23.70 Brianna Rollins 23.69#^ Stormy Kendrick 23.89# Jasmine Edgerson 24.01^ Brianna Rollins Kristine Scott Michaylin Golladay

300m 37.90 38.49 38.64

400m Prov. Qualifying: 54.90 Auto. Qualifying: 52.90 Brianna Rollins 54.01# Sonni Austin 54.66^ Brittany Pringley 54.84^ Brittany Pringley Brianna Rollins Sonni Austin

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500m 1:12.99 1:14.47 1:14.70

4x800m Relay J. Castagno, Sapp 9:46.43 Buffo, Vaughn

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Mile Prov. Qualifying: 4:48.90 Auto. Qualifying: 4:38.90 Kim Ruck 4:54.96 Alyssa Kulik 4:55.96 Stephanie Buffo 5:00.96

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Distance Medley Relay Prov. Qualifying: 11:30.40 Auto. Qualifying: 11:09.40 Kulik, Golladay 11:53.82 Sapp, Ruck High Jump Prov. Qualifying: 1.78m/5’10” Auto. Qualifying: 1.85m/6’0.75” April Sinkler 6’0.75”! 1.85m Linda Buchholz 5’10”# 1.78m Liane Weber 5’8” 1.73m Pole Vault Prov. Qualifying: 4.00m/13’1.5” Auto. Qualifying: 4.25m/13’11.25” Caroline Kennedy 12’11.5” 3.95m Amy Morrison 12’11.5” 3.95m Carlin Bartlett 11’9.75” 3.60m Long Jump Prov. Qualifying: 6.13m/20’1.5” Auto. Qualifying: 6.38m/20’11.25” April Sinkler 21’6”! 6.55m Jasmine Brunson 20’1.5”# 6.13m Patricia Mamona 19’11.5” 6.08m

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Weight Throw Prov. Qualifying: 18.75m/61’6.25” Auto. Qualifying: 21.00m/68’10.75” Brittney Waller 60’11.5” 18.58m

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Key NCAA Automatic Qualifying Mark NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark Banked or oversized track Roaring Tiger Opener Clemson Invitational Virginia Tech Invitational Clemson Games Virginia Tech Elite Tiger Paw Invitational Tyson Invitational Tiger Tuneup ACC Championships Virginia Tech Qualifier NCAA Championships

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Triple Jump Prov. Qualifying: 12.65m/41’6” Auto. Qualifying: 13.30m/43’7.75” Patricia Mamona 45’5.25” NCAA 13.85m April Sinkler 43’7.25” NCAA 13.29m

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100m 11.24(w) 11.44(w) 11.62

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200m 22.83(w) 23.04(w) 23.47(w)

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400m 53.72 54.77 55.86

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Candace Sapp Kim Ruck Liane Weber

800m 2:16.24 2:19.38 2:19.78

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Kim Ruck Stephanie Buffo Alyssa Kulik

1500m 4:34.16 4:35.94 4:38.47

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3000m 10:39.18 11:18.17

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Kim Ruck Stephanie Buffo Sarah Turman

5000m 16:12.05 17:38.63 17:55.03

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10,000m 33:42.88 40:37.09

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2000m Steeplechase 7:10.91

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3000m Steeplechase Alyssa Kulik 10:32.46 Stephanie Buffo 10:40.50

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100m Hurdles Michaylin Golladay 13.07 Patricia Mamona 13.49(w) Liane Weber 13.94

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400m Hurdles 57.81

4x100m Relay Golladay, Kendrick 43.70 Scott, Edgerson Golladay, Kendrick Scott, Edgerson Pringley, Golladay Austin, Edgerson

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Shuttle Hurdle Relay Golladay, Mamona 55.66 Weber, Edgerson April Sinkler Liane Weber

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High Jump 6’1.25” 1.86m 5’9.25” 1.76m

FL

GT ACC

Bethanie Wachna

Linda Buchholz

5’8.75” 1.75m

Caroline Kennedy Amy Morrison Carlin Bartlett

Pole Vault 13’1.5” 4.00m 12’9.5” 3.90m 11’7.75” 3.55m

April Sinkler Jasmine Brunson Patricia Mamona

Long Jump 21’4.25” 6.51m 19’11.75” 6.09m 19’5.25” 5.92m

Triple Jump Patricia Mamona 45’11.75” 14.01m April Sinkler 43’6” 13.26m Nakeisha Wineglass 42’9”(w) 13.03m Liane Weber Linda Buchholz Karine Farias Brittney Waller

Shot Put 40’2.75” 12.26m 38’0.25” 11.59m 36’8.5” 11.19m Discus Throw 150’9” 45.95m

GT Brittney Waller GT ACC ACC

Bethanie Wachna Liane Weber Linda Buchholz

USA OP

Liane Weber Patricia Mamona Karine Farias

Hammer Throw 170’10” 52.08m Javelin Throw 160’8” 48.98m 153’10” 46.88m 152’0” 46.32m Heptathlon 5,928 pts 5,247 pts 5,085 pts

ACC

ACC ACC ACC

ACC ACC DCE

GT

NCAA ER ACC

ACC

CH YJ FL ACC PR GTK OP DCE GT ER NCAA USA

Key Charlotte 49er Classic Yellow Jacket Invitational Florida Relays ACC Championships Penn Relays vs. Georgia Tech, Kennesaw St. Orange & Purple Classic Deacon Combined Events Georgia Tech Invitational NCAA East Preliminary Rd NCAA Championships USA JR/SR Championships

3/19-20 3/27 4/2-3 4/15-17 4/22-24 5/1 5/7-8 5/11-12 5/14-15 5/28-29 6/9-12 6/23-27

ACC YJ

Note: (w) denotes wind-aided performance. The NCAA determines any reading of 4.0 meters/second or higher to be wind-aided.

GT

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Kim Ruck

Miller Moss

Patricia Mamona

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4x100m Relay

Liane Weber

Spencer Adams

April Sinkler

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RECORDS & HISTORY Travis ran an NCAA-best 9.89 in the 100 meters at the 2008 Olympic Trials! CLICK TO WATCH

TRAVIS PADGETT Clemson Tiger, 2005-08 • 2008 U.S. Olympian, 4x100m • 2007 NCAA Champion, 60m • NCAA 100m Record-Holder, 9.89 • Six-Time All-American • Five-Time ACC Champion

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION Clemson’s Individual & Relay National Champions Wesley Russell

MEN 1999

Charles Allen Indoor 4x400m Relay

1993

Indoor 400m

45.92

1992

James Trapp Indoor 200m Dash

20.66

1989

Dave Wittman Indoor 4x800m Relay

3:07.80

1998 2000

Shawn Crawford Indoor 200m Dash Indoor 200m Dash Outdoor 200m Dash

2009

Indoor 60m Dash

1999

Kenny Franklin Indoor 4x400m Relay

3:07.80

2001

Michelle Burgher Outdoor 4x400m Relay

3:29.97

1999

Davidson Gill Indoor 4x400m Relay

3:07.80

2001

LaShonda Cutchin Outdoor 4x400m Relay (alternate)

3:29.97

1989

Philip Greyling Indoor 4x800m Relay

7:17.45

Tina Krebs Indoor 1000 Yard Run Indoor 1500m Indoor Mile

2:28.58 4:17.45 4:40.82

1992 1993

Michael Green Indoor 55m Dash Indoor 55m Dash Outdoor 100m Dash

1983 1985 1986

6.08 6.15 10.09

2010

Patricia Mamona Outdoor Triple Jump

1989

Terrance Herrington Indoor 4x800m Relay

7:17.45

Cydonie Mothersill Indoor 200m Dash Outdoor 4x400m Relay

1999

Ato Modibo Indoor 400m Indoor 4x400m Relay

2001

46.11 3:07.80

2002

Hammer Throw

2007

Travis Padgett Indoor 60m Dash

6.56

2005

Gisele Oliveira Indoor Triple Jump

45’1.75”/13.76m

1989

Mike Radziwinski Indoor 4x800m Relay

7:17.45

2001

Marcia Smith Outdoor 4x400m Relay

3:29.97

1995

Duane Ross Outdoor 110m Hurdles

13.32

2001

Shekera Weston Outdoor 4x400m Relay

3:29.97

20.69 20.26 20.09

7:17.45

Jacoby Ford 6.52

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45’11.75”/14.01m 22.89 3:29.97

Jamine Moton 220’6”/67.20m

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OLYMPIC TRADITION Clemson Medalists

Shawn Crawford

1984 (Los Angeles, California, USA) Desai Williams • Bronze • 4x100m Relay 1992 (Barcelona, Spain) Mark McKoy • Gold • 110m Hurdles 1996 (Atlanta, Georgia, USA) Carlton Chambers • Gold • 4x100m Relay Kim Graham • Gold • 4x100m Relay 2000 (Sydney, Australia) Michelle Burgher • Silver • 4x400m Relay 2004 (Athens, Greece) Shawn Crawford • Gold • 200m Dash Shawn Crawford • Silver • 4x100m Relay Michelle Burgher • Bronze • 4x400m Relay 2008 (Beijing, China) Dwight Thomas • Gold • 4x100m Relay Shawn Crawford • Silver • 200m Dash

Charles Allen 2000, Guyana • 2004, Canada

Michelle Burgher 2000, 04, Jamaica

Carlton Chambers 1996, Canada

Shawn Crawford 2000, 04, United States

Cormac Finnerty 1996, Ireland

Kim Graham 1996, United States

Michael Green 1992, 96, Jamaica

Jacey Harper 2000, 04, Trinidad and Tobago

Terrance Herrington 1992, United States

Stijn Jaspers 1984, Netherlands

Anthony Knight 1992, Jamaica

Hans Koeleman 1984, Netherlands

Itay Magidi 2008, Israel

Todd Matthews 2004, Sudan

Mark McKoy 1992, Canada

Cowin Mills 2008, Trinidad and Tobago

Ato Modibo 2000, 04, 08, Trinidad and Tobago

Cydonie Mothersill 2000, 04, 08, Cayman Islands

Gisele Oliveira 2008, Brazil

Travis Padgett 2008, United States

Gail Prescod 1992, St. Vincent

Duane Ross 2004, United States

Dwight Thomas 2000, 04, 08, Jamaica

James Trapp 1992, United States

Sultan Tucker 2004, Liberia

Desai Williams 1984, 88, Canada

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MEN’S ALL-AMERICANS Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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INDOOR Name Event Hans Koeleman Mile Hans Koeleman 2 Mile Wybo Lelieveld 1000 yd Wybo Lelieveld Mile Victor Smalls High Jump Greg Moses 55m Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Yehezkel Halifa 3000m Wittman, Greyling, 4x800m Radziwinski, Herrington Yehezkel Halifa 5000m Dov Kremer 5000m Greg Moses 55m James Trapp 55m Greyling, Hines, Wittman, Beecher 4x800m James Trapp 55m Larry Ryans 55mHH Michael Green 55m James Trapp 55m James Trapp 200m Anthony Knight 55mHH Larry Ryans 55mHH Wesley Russell 400m Andrew Beecher 800m Cormac Finnerty 3000m Michael Green 55m Wesley Russell 400m Cormac Finnerty 3000m Duane Ross 55mHH Francis, Oliver, Richards, Roach 4x400m Kendrick Roach 800m Duane Ross 55mHH Duane Ross 55m HH Tony Wheeler 200m Clarence Richards 400m Gill, Richards, Francis, Oliver, Wheeler 4x400m John Thorp High Jump Jeremichael Willliams 55mHH Shawn Crawford 200m Jeremichael Williams 55mHH Greg Hines 55mHH Allen, Gill, Haynes, Franklin 4x400m Ato Modibo 400m Sultan Tucker 60mH Shawn Crawford 200m Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo 4x400m Shawn Crawford 60m Shawn Crawford 200m Sultan Tucker 60mHH Sultan Tucker 60mHH Todd Matthews 60mHH Doug Ameigh High Jump Todd Matthews 60mHH Ato Modibo 400m Dwight Thomas 60m Bolling, Cheney, Harper, Spain 4x400m Larry Griffin 60m Terrance McDaniel High Jump Roy Cheney 60mHH George Kitchens Long Jump George Kitchens Long Jump Mitch Greeley Pole Vault Brent Hobbs Heptathlon Travis Padgett 60m Jacoby Ford 60m Jason Bell Triple Jump Ryan Koontz Heptathlon Travis Padgett 60m C.J. Spiller 60m Mitch Greeley Pole Vault Jacoby Ford 60m Spencer Adams 60mHH Miller Moss Heptathlon

Place 4th 4th 2nd 4th T-6th 5th 2nd 6th 1st

Mark 4:04.04 8:37.41 2:08.06 4:02.58 7’1” 6.25 60’11.25” 8:03.35 7:17.45

4th 6th 4th 6th 3rd 5th 11th 1st 4th 1st 3rd 5th 3rd 5th 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 4th 7th 9th 3rd 5th 3rd 6th 5th 7th 2nd 1st 2nd 7th 3rd 1st 6th 4th 1st 4th 1st 8th 3rd 5th 4th 4th 5th 6th 7th 7th 5th 9th 7th 7th T-8th 10th 1st 3rd 10th 7th 3rd 10th 2nd 1st 8th 8th

14:20.39 14:23.35 6.17 6.20 7:20.65 6.21 7.42 6.08 6.22 20.66 7.21 7.26 46.43 1:49.40 8:00.96 6.15 45.92 8:04.88 7.26 3:08.98 1:50.09 7.22 7.25 20.90 46.92 3:07.34 7’1.75” 7.24 20.69 7.18 7.34 3:09.00 46.11 7.86 20.85 3:07.80 6.67 20.26 7.97 7.69 7.77 7’2.5” 7.79 46.44 6.70 3:08.92 6.73 6’11.75” 7.77 25’4” 25’3” 17’6.5” 5,361 pts 6.56 6.60 49’9” 5,569 pts 6.60 6.67 17’8.5” 6.52 7.90 5,638 pts

Clemson Men’s All-America Leaders Name Shawn Crawford James Trapp Tony Wheeler Jeremichael Williams Duane Ross Travis Padgett Ato Modibo Carlton Chambers Michael Green Jacoby Ford Todd Matthews Charles Allen Kenny Franklin Davidson Gill Larry Ryans George Kitchens Dwight Thomas Greg Hines Mitchel Francis Enayat Oliver Cormac Finnerty Terrance Herrington

Years 1997-2000 1990-92 1994-97 1996-98 1992-95 2006-08 1999-2002 1995-98 1990-93 2007-09 1999-2002 1997-2000 1996-99 1995-96, 1998-99 1990-92, 1994 2002-05 2002 1995-98 1994-95 1992-95 1991-93 1985, 1987-89

Ind 4 4 2 2 3 2 3 0 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 2 2 1

Out 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 6 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 3

Total 11 10 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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MEN’S ALL-AMERICANS Year 1965 1968 1969 1970 1976 1977 1978 1980 1981 1982 1983 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

OUTDOOR Name Event Avery Nelson Triple Jump Roger Collins Javelin Roger Collins Javelin Roger Collins Javelin Ed Fern (USTFF) High Jump Mike Columbus (USTFF) Discus Stewart Ralph (USTFF) Javelin Mike Columbus Discus Stewart Ralph Javelin Stewart Ralph Javelin Terrence Toatley (USTFF) 100m Mike Hartle (USTFF) Javelin Desai Williams 200m Williams, Toatley, Sharpe, Davis 4x100m Julius Ogaro 3000mSC Hans Koeleman 3000mSC Mike Hartle Javelin Jack Harkness Discus Mike Hartle Javelin Jim Haughey 5000m Jim Haughey 5000m Wybo Lelieveld 1500m Victor Smalls High Jump Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Victor Smalls High Jump Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Terrance Herrington 1500m Yehezkel Halifa 10,000m Terrance Herrington 800m Dov Kremer 5000m Terrance Herrington 1500m Philip Greyling 1500m Dov Kremer 5000m James Trapp 100m Philip Greyling 1500m Larry Ryans 110mHH Thomas, Green, Ryans, Trapp 4x100m James Trapp 100m Michael Green 100m James Trapp 100m James Trapp 200m Wheatley, Russell, Gilbert, Trapp 4x100m Cormac Finnerty 5000m Michael Green 100m Cormac Finnerty 5000m Anthony Knight 110mHH Duane Ross 110mHH Wheatley, Oliver, Gilbert, Green 4x100m Mitchel Francis 400mIH Tony Wheeler 200m Larry Ryans 110mHH Duane Ross 110mHH Duane Ross 110mHH Tony Wheeler 200m John Thorp High Jump Mitchel Francis 400mIH Ross, Wheeler, Chambers, Oliver 4x100m Tony Wheeler 200m Carlton Chambers 200m Carlton Chambers 100m Jeremichael Williams 110mHH Hines, Thomas, Wheeler, Haynes 4x400m Wheeler, Williams, Chambers, 4x100m Allen, Franklin Carlton Chambers 100m Jeremichael Williams 110mHH Chambers, Crawford, 4x100m Williams, Franklin Greg Hines 400mIH Aaron Haynes 400mIH Shawn Crawford 100m Shawn Crawford 200m

Place 5th 4th 6th 4th 5th 5th 3rd 6th 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 4th 5th 5th 6th 5th 2nd 7th 10th 9th 4th 4th 2nd 6th 8th 3rd 5th 4th 2nd 3rd 8th 5th 5th 6th 9th 2nd 4th 5th 3rd 4th 6th 4th 1st 7th 4th 7th 5th 2nd 3rd 6th 7th 1st 6th 5th 5th 5th 3rd 6th 4th 7th 8th 2nd

Mark 49’0.25” 240’3” 239’7” 254’5” 7’0” 181’2” 241’6” 189’6” 257’0” 263’4” 10.35w 251’4” 20.45w 40.01 8:32.75 8:33.20 251’4” 203’4” 253’0” 14:17.59 14:08.08 3:41.68 7’5” 68’3.25” 7’1” 58’9.25” 3:38.57 28:58.76 1:47.58 13:56.63 3:45.05 3:46.58 14:14.28 10.23 3:41.91 13.83 39.24 10.05 10.13 10.25 20.49 39.25 14:05.09 10.09 14:08.60 13.89 14.08 39.35 49.86 20.30 13.91 14.11 13.32 20.64 7’2.25” 49.99 39.28 20.60 20.66 10.19 13.71 3:09.49 38.92

4th 7th 5th

10.40 13.81 39.07

5th 13th 8th 3rd

50.46 51.72 10.56 20.74

Eric Lander

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Jeremichael Williams Greg Hines Shawn Crawford Davidson Gill Kai Maull Ato Modibo Allen, Franklin, Moorman, Crawford Allen, Moorman, Gill, Modibo Shawn Crawford Shawn Crawford Todd Matthews Fred Sharpe Andy Giesler Todd Matthews Ato Modibo Todd Matthews Dwight Thomas Dwight Thomas Currie, Harper, Spain, Thomas Itay Magidi George Kitchens George Kitchens Ronald Richards Scott Kautz Itay Magidi Travis Padgett Jason Bell Ryan Koontz Travis Padgett Padgett, Brown, Mills, Spiller Mitch Greeley Travis Padgett Jacoby Ford Matt Clark Jacoby Ford Murdock, Spiller, Guy, Ford

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110mHH 110mHH 200m 800m Long Jump 400m 4x100m 4x400m 100m 200m 110mHH 400mIH Decathlon 110mHH 400m 110mHH 100m 200m 4x100m 3000mSC Long Jump Long Jump 100m 400mIH 3000mSC 100m Triple Jump Decathlon 100m 4x100m Pole Vault 100m 100m 10,000m 100m 4x100m

4th 7th 6th 8th 8th 5th 5th 8th 6th 1st 3rd 7th 7th 9th 8th 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 8th 10th 8th 5th 9th 7th 4th 6th 7th 3rd 7th 4th 2nd 5th 16th 9th 3rd

13.76 13.80 20.75 1:49.95 25’7.25” 45.37 39.63 3:05.05-semi 10.26 20.09 13.57 51.06 7,498 pts 13.83 46.82 13.53 10.29 20.60 38.82 8:36.92 24’9.75” 25’4.5” 10.38 50.24 8:34.12 10.24 51’11.75” 7,284 pts 10.09 40.07 17’6.5” 10.16 10.33 29:50.51 14.34 38.77 59


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Year 1981 1983 1985 1986 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1998 1999 2001 2002 2004 2005 2007 2009 2010

Name Cindy Duarte Tina Krebs Tina Krebs Kirsti Voldness Tina Krebs Lisa Dillard Marcia Fletcher Ane Skak Karen Hartmann Nanette Holloway Kim Graham Monyetta Haynesworth Tonya McKelvey Mareike Ressing Tonya McKelvey Treshell Mayo Nikkie Bouyer Cutchin, Watt Bouyer, Weston Nikkie Bouyer Shekera Weston Cydonie Mothersill Jamine Moton Jamine Moton Burgher, Mothersill, Smith, Weston Jamine Moton Jamine Moton Sheri Smith Ulfarsdottir, Rutherford, Smith, Hinton Gisele Oliveira Della Clark Liane Weber Kim Ruck Brianna Rollins Pringley, Rollins Austin, Edgerson April Sinkler Patricia Mamona April Sinkler Liane Weber

Year 1981 1982 1983 1985 1986 1990 1991 1992 1993 1996 1997

Name Cindy Duarte Stephanie Weikert Tina Krebs Judith Shephard Tina Krebs Tina Krebs Ute Jamrozy Lisa Dillard Lisa Dillard Angela Dolby Dillard, Fleetwood, Graham, Henderson Kim Graham Mareike Ressing Ane Skak Kim Graham Karen Hartmann Angel Fleetwood Angela Dolby Nanette Holloway Kim Graham Mareike Ressing Tonya McKelvey Treshell Mayo Nikki Sims Wilson, Norsworthy, Watt, Weston

INDOOR Event 3000m (AIAW) 1000 yd 1500m 1500m Mile 55m Long Jump 800m 800m Triple Jump 200m Long Jump Long Jump 3000m Long Jump 200m 55mHH 4x400m Relay

PL 4th 1st 1st 3rd 1st 5th 9th 6th 3rd 5th 8th 5th 6th 3rd 14th 5th 6th 6th

Mark N/A 2:28.58 4:17.45 4:21.85 4:40.82 6.86 19’8.25” 2:08.84 2:04.55 42’3.5” 24.43 20’3” 19’10.25” 9:26.10 19’.25” 23.50 7.62 3:37.34

60mH 400m 200m Shot Put Weight Throw 4x400m Relay

9th 9th 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd

8.30 54.23 22.89 53’8.5” 66’11.5” 3:34.83

Shot Put Weight Throw Triple Jump 4x400m Relay

8th 2nd 7th 8th

53’8.26” 73’10” 42’5.5” 3:34.94

Triple Jump Weight Throw Pentathlon 5000m 60mHH 4x400m Relay

1st 3rd 6th 7th 9th 5th

45’1.75” 68’5” 4,235 16:01.24 8.22 3:33.93

Long Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Pentathlon

11th 2nd 7th 5th

20’7.25” 45’5.25” 43’7.25” 4,113 pts

OUTDOOR Event 3000m (AIAW) 3000m 800m 3000m 1500m 1500m 10,000m 100m 200m Shot Put 4x100m Relay

PL N/A 5th 2nd 5th 4th 3rd 4th 4th 7th 11th 5th

Mark N/A 9:33.93 2:03.01 9:14.5 4:15.74 4:19.18 33:14.83 11.48 23.74 48’1.75” 44.39

200m 3000m 800m 200m 1500m 400m Shot Put Triple Jump 200m 3000m Long Jump 200m Shot Put 4x400m Relay

4th 4th 6th 2nd 6th 9th 8th 6th 4th 6th 11th 6th 11th 4th

23.13 9:10.32 2:06.98 23.24 4:22.72 52.78 50’1.75” 42’8” 23.07 9:27.35 19’10.75” 23.12 50’10” 3:32.18

Clemson Women’s All-America Leaders Name Shekera Weston Gisele Oliveira Jamine Moton Tina Krebs Nikkie Bouyer Kim Graham Lisa Dillard Cydonie Mothersill April Sinkler Michelle Burgher Mareike Ressing Tonya McKelvey 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2010

Years 1997-99, 2001 2002-05 1998-99, 2001-02 1983, 1985-87 1996, 1998-99 1991-93 1989-91 2001 2008-Present 2001 1991-93, 1995 1991-93

Nikkie Bouyer 400mH Shekera Weston 200m Brown, Weston, 4x100m Relay Cutchin, Bouyer Burgher, Mothersill, 4x400m Relay Smith, Weston, Cutchin* Shekera Weston 200m Shekera Weston 400m Jamine Moton Shot Put Murray, Burgher, 4x100m Relay Weston, Mothersill Jamine Moton Hammer Throw Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump Sheri Smith Triple Jump Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump Gisele Oliveira Long Jump Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Golladay, Kendrick 4x100m Relay Scott, Edgerson April Sinkler Long Jump April Sinkler Triple Jump

Ind 3 1 4 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 2

Out 7 5 2 3 2 4 3 2 2 2 2 1

Total 10 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3

6th 7th 7th

57.74 23.23 44.03

1st

3:29.97

4th 10th 2nd 4th

23.19 52.92 56’4.75” 44.19

1st 7th 9th 3rd 8th 3rd 2nd 1st 4th

220’6” 43’0.5” 42’7” 44’6” 20’5.75” 44’10.75” 45’0.5” 45’11.75” 44.12

10th 15th

20’4.25” 41’9.75”

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MEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS INDOOR - BY EVENT 55m Michael Green 1991, 1992, 1993 James Trapp 1990, 1991, 1992 Doug Thomas 1990 Greg Moses 1986, 1989 60m C.J. Spiller 2008 Jacoby Ford 2007, 2009 Travis Padgett 2007, 2008 Corey Brown 2006 Ronald Richards 2005 Larry Griffin 2003 Jacey Harper 2003 Dwight Thomas 2002 David Collins 2000 Shawn Crawford 2000 200m Jacey Harper 2001 Shawn Crawford 1998, 1999, 2000 Tony Wheeler 1995 Michael Green 1992 James Trapp 1992 400m Ato Modibo 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Clarence Richards 1994, 1995 Wesley Russell 1992, 1993 500m Marcus Black 1986 800m Kendrick Roach 1993, 1994 Andrew Beecher 1991, 1992, 1993 Terrance Herrington 1988, 1989 Dave Wittman 1989 Mile Philip Greyling 1989, 1990 Martin Flynn 1987 Wybo Lelieveld 1983 Hans Koeleman 1980 1,000 yard Terrance Herrrington 1987 Wybo Lelieveld 1982 1,000m Terrance Herrington 1985 Two Mile Hans Koeleman 1981 3,000m Itay Magidi 2007 Cormac Finnerty 1992, 1993 Yehezkel Halifa 1988 Peter Van de Kerkhove 1986 Robert Debrouwer 1985 5,000m Yehezkel Halifa 1989 Dov Kremer 1989 4x400m Relay Harper, Bolling, Cheney, Spain 2003 Harper, Thomas, Spain, Modibo 2002 Allen, Spain, Crawford, Harper 2000 Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo 1999 Allen, Gill, Haynes, Franklin 1998 Gill, Richards, Francis, Oliver, Wheeler 1995 Francis, Oliver, Richards, Roach 1994 4x800m Relay Greyling, Hines, Wittman, Beecher 1990 Wittman, Greyling, Radzwinski, Herrington 1989 55m Hurdles Jeremichael Williams 1997, 1998 Greg Hines 1997, 1998 Duane Ross 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Larry Ryans 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Anthony Knight 1991, 1992 60m Hurdles Spencer Adams 2010

Roy Cheney Todd Matthews Sultan Tucker High Jump Adam Linkenauger Terrance McDaniel Doug Ameigh Malcolm Reynolds John Thorp Victor Smalls Long Jump George Kitchens Triple Jump Jason Bell Pole Vault Mitch Greeley Bryan Wiliams Shot Put Mike Spiritoso 35 Lb. Weight Throw Mike Neary Heptathlon Miller Moss Brent Hobbs Ryan Koontz Rick Hill

2004 2001, 2002 1999, 2000, 2001 2004, 2005, 2006 2003 2002 2001 1993, 1995 1985 2004, 2005 2005, 2007 2006, 2007, 2008 1999 1987 1991 2010 2006 2006, 2007 2004

INDOOR - BY YEAR 1980 Hans Koeleman Mile 1981 Hans Koeleman Two Mile 1982 Wybo Lelieveld 1,000 yard 1983 Wybo Lelieveld Mile 1985 Robert DeBrouwer 3000m Victor Smalls High Jump 1986 Greg Moses 55m Marcus Black 500m Peter Van de Kerkhove 3000m 1987 Martin Flynn Mile Terrance Herrington 1000yd Mike Spiritoso Shot Put 1988 Terrance Herrington 800m Yehezkel Halifa 3000m 1989 Greg Moses 55m Terrance Herrington 800m Dave Wittman 800m Philip Greyling Mile Dov Kremer 5000m Yehezkel Halifa 5000m Wittman, Greyling,Radziwinski, Herrington 4x800m 1990 James Trapp 55m Doug Thomas 55m Philip Greyling Mile Greyling, Hines, Wittman, Beecher 4x800m Larry Ryans 55m Hurdles 1991 James Trapp 55m Michael Green 55m Andrew Beecher 800m Anthony Knight 55m Hurdles Larry Ryans 55m Hurdles Mike Neary Weight Throw 1992 Michael Green 55m, 200m James Trapp 55m, 200m

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Wesley Russell Andrew Beecher Cormac Finnerty Anthony Knight Larry Ryans Duane Ross 1993 Michael Green Wesley Russell Andrew Beecher Kendrick Roach Cormac Finnerty Duane Ross Larry Ryans John Thorp 1994 Clarence Richards Kendrick Roach Francis, Oliver, Richards, Roach Duane Ross 1995 Tony Wheeler Clarence Richards Duane Ross John Thorp *Gill, Richards, Francis, Oliver 1997 Jeremichael Williams Greg Hines 1998 Shawn Crawford Greg Hines Jeremichael Williams 1999 Shawn Crawford Ato Modibo Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo Sultan Tucker Bryan Williams 2000 Shawn Crawford David Collins Sultan Tucker Ato Modibo Allen, Spain, Crawford, Harper 2001 Jacey Harper Ato Modibo Todd Matthews Sultan Tucker Malcolm Reynolds 2002 Dwight Thomas Ato Modibo Harper, Thomas, Spain, Modibo Todd Matthews Doug Ameigh 2003 Larry Griffin Jacey Harper Harper, Bolling, Cheney, Spain Terrance McDaniel 2004 Roy Cheney Adam Linkenauger George Kitchens Rick Hill 2005 Ronald Richards Adam Linkenauger George Kitchens Jason Bell 2006 Corey Brown

400m 800m 3000m 55m Hurdles 55m Hurdles 55m Hurdles 55m 400m 800m 800m 3000m 55m Hurdles 55m Hurdles High Jump 400m 800m 4x400m Relay 55m Hurdles 200m 400m 55m Hurdles High Jump 4x400m Relay 55m Hurdles 55m Hurdles 55m, 200m 55m Hurdles 55m Hurdles 200m 400m 4x400m Relay 60m Hurdles Triple Jump 60m, 200m 60m 60m Hurdles 400m 4x400m Relay 200m 400m 60m Hurdles 60m Hurdles High Jump 60m 400m 4x400m 60m Hurdles High Jump 60m 60m 4x400m Relay High Jump 60m Hurdles High Jump Long Jump Heptathlon 60m High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump 60m 61


MEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS Adam Linkenauger Mitch Greeley Brent Hobbs Ryan Koontz 2007 Jacoby Ford Travis Padgett Itay Magidi Jason Bell Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz 2008 Travis Padgett C.J. Spiller Mitch Greeley 2009 Jacoby Ford 2010 Spencer Adams Miller Moss

High Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon Heptathlon 60m 60m 3000m Triple Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon 60m 60m Pole Vault 60m 60m Hurdles Heptathlon

OUTDOOR - BY EVENT 100m Jacoby Ford 2007, 2008, 2009 Justin Murdock 2009 C.J. Spiller 2009 Travis Padgett 2006, 2007, 2008 Ronald Richards 2005 Tye Hill 2004 Airese Currie 2003, 2004 Dwight Thomas 2002 Jacey Harper 2001 Shawn Crawford 1998, 2000 Carlton Chambers 1996, 1997 Michael Green 1991,1992, 1993 James Trapp 1990, 1991, 1992 Greg Moses 1986 Terrance Toatley 1980 200m Travis Padgett 2007, 2008 Ronald Richards 2005 Tye Hill 2004 Airese Currie 2003, 2004 Dwight Thomas 2002 Jacey Harper 2001 Shawn Crawford 1998, 1999, 2000 Kenny Franklin 1997, 1998 Tony Wheeler 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Carlton Chambers 1996 James Trapp 1990, 1992 Marcus Black 1986 Greg Moses 1985 Desai Williams 1980 400m Otto Spain 2003 Ato Modibo 1999, 2001, 2002 Shawn Thomas 1997 Wesley Russell 1992 George Chiles 1985 800m Davidson Gill 1999 Andrew Beecher 1990, 1992 Terrance Herrington 1985, 1988 1500m Mike Kauffman 1994 Philip Greyling 1989, 1990 Dave Wittman 1990 Terrance Herrington 1987, 1989 Wybo Lelieveld 1983 3,000m Steeplechase Itay Magidi 2003, 2005, 2006 Dave Wittman 1991 Hans Koeleman 1981 Julius Ogaro 1981 62

5000m Matt Clark 2007 Cormac Finnerty 1991, 1992, 1993 Larry Clark 1990 Dov Kremer 1988, 1989 Martin Flynn 1985, 1986 Rob Debrouer 1985 Jim Haughey 1982, 1983 10,000m Matt Clark 2008 Yehezkel Halifa 1988 Jim Haughey 1981 110m Hurdles Spencer Adams 2010 Charlton Rolle 2010 Lydell Perry 2004 Todd Matthews 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Sultan Tucker 1999, 2001 Jeremichael Williams 1996, 1997, 1998 Greg Hines 1998 Duane Ross 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Larry Ryans 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Anthony Knight 1991, 1992, 1993 William O’Bannon 1985 Kevin Farris 1985 Eric Olson 1985 400m Hurdles Scott Kautz 2005 Fred Sharpe 2000 Greg Hines 1995, 1998 Aaron Haynes 1998 Mitchel Francis 1994, 1995 Dion Wafford 1990 4x100m Relay Murdock, Spiller, Guy, Ford 2009 Padgett, Brown, Mills, Spiller 2007 Cheney, Brown, Padgett, Mills 2006 Griffin, T. Hill, Richards, Currie 2004 Griffin, T. Hill, Richards, Harper 2003 Currie, Spain, Harper, Thomas 2002 Harper, Crawford, Allen, Moorman 2000 Allen, Franklin, Moorman, Crawford 1999 Chambers, Crawford, Williams, Franklin 1998 Wheeler, Williams, Chambers, Allen, Franklin 1997 Ross, Wheeler, Chambers, Oliver 1995 Wheatley, Oliver, Gilbert, Green 1993 Wheatley, Russell, Gilbert, Trapp 1992 Gilber, Green, Ryans, Trapp 1992 Thomas, Green, Ryans, Trapp 1991 Williams, Toatley, Sharpe, Davis 1980 4x400m Relay Bolling, Cheney, Harper, Spain 2003 Harper, R. Hill, Spain, Modibo 2002 Allen, Gill, Haynes, Franklin 1998 Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo 1999 Francis, Richards, Thomas, Oliver 1995 Beecher, Wafford, Wittman, Green 1990 Long Jump George Fields 2007 George Kitchens 2003, 2004, 2005 Kai Maull 1999 High Jump Adam Linkenauger 2004, 2006, 2007 Terrance McDaniel 2004 Malcolm Reynolds 2001 John Thorp 1995 Victor Smalls 1985, 1986 Ed Fern 1975, 1976 Shane Stroup 1975 Triple Jump Josh Fowler 2010 Jason Bell 2005, 2006 Avery Nelson 1965

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OUTDOOR - BY YEAR 1968 Roger Collins Javelin 1969 Roger Collins Javelin Jack Hill 6 Mile 1970 Roger Collins Javelin 1975 Ed Fern High Jump Shane Stroup High Jump Stuart Ralph Javelin Mike Columbus Discus 1976 Ed Fern High Jump Stewart Ralph Javelin Mike Columbus Discus 1977 Stewart Ralph Javelin Mike Columbus Discus 1978 Stewart Ralph Javelin 1980 Terrance Toatley 100m Desai Williams 200m Williams, Toatley, Sharpe, Davis 4x100m Relay Mike Hartle Javelin 1981 Julius Ogaro 3000m Steeplechase Hans Koeleman 3000m Steeplechase Jim Haughey 10,000m Mike Hartle Javelin Van W. Weise Javelin 1982 Jim Haughey 5000m Mike Hartle Javelin Jack Harkness Discus 1983 Wybo Lelieveld 1500m Jim Haughey 5000m 1985 Greg Moses 200m Victor Smalls High Jump Terrance Herrington 800m Rob Debrouwer 5000m Martin Flynn 5000m Ken Peterson Javelin 1986 Greg Moses 100m Marcus Black 200m


MEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS Martin Flynn 5000m Victor Smalls High Jump Mike Spiritoso Shot Put 1987 Terrance Herrington 1500m Mike Spiritoso Shot Put 1988 Terrance Herrington 800m Dov Kremer 5000m Yehezkel Halifa 10,000m 1989 Terrance Herrington 1500m Philip Greyling 1500m Dov Kremer 5000m 1990 James Trapp 100m, 200m Andrew Beecher 800m Philip Greyling 1500m Dave Wittman 1500m Larry Clark 5000m Beecher, Wafford, Wittman, Green 4x400m Relay Larry Ryans 110m Hurdles Dion Wafford 400m Hurdles 1991 Michael Green 100m James Trapp 100m Dave Wittman 3000m Steeplechase Cormac Finnerty 5000m Thomas, Green, Ryans, Trapp 4x100m Relay Anthony Knight 110 Hurdles Larry Ryans 110 Hurdles Scott Erbach Shot Put 1992 James Trapp 100m, 200m Michael Green 100m Wesley Russell 400m Andrew Beecher 800m Cormac Finnerty 5000m Wheatley, Russell, Gilbert, Trapp 4x100m Relay Thomas, Green, Ryans, Trapp 4x100m Relay Larry Ryans 110m Hurdles Anthony Knight 110m Hurdles Duane Ross 110m Hurdles 1993 Michael Green 100m Andrew Beecher 800m Cormac Finnerty 5000m Anthony Knight 110m Hurdles Duane Ross 110m Hurdles Wheatley, Oliver, Gilbert, Green 4x100m Relay 1994 Tony Wheeler 200m Mike Kauffman 1500m Larry Ryans 110m Hurdles Duane Ross 110m Hurdles Mitchel Francis 400m Hurdles 1995 Tony Wheeler 200m Duane Ross 110m Hurdles Mitchel Francis 400m Hurdles Greg Hines 400m Hurdles Ross, Wheeler, Chambers, Oliver 4x100m Relay Francis, Richards, Thomas, Oliver 4x400m Relay John Thorp High Jump 1996 Carlton Chambers 100m Carlton Chambers 200m Tony Wheeler 200m Jeremichael Williams 110m Hurdles 1997 Carlton Chambers 100m Tony Wheeler 200m Kenny Franklin 200m Shawn Thomas 400m

Tony Wheeler

Jeremichael Williams 110m Hurdles Greg Hines 110m Hurdles, 400m Hurdles Aaron Haynes 400m Hurdles Marcus Phillips 400m Hurdles Wheeler, Williams, Chambers, Allen 4x100m Relay Franklin, Wheeler, Chambers, Allen 4x100m Relay Phillips, Thomas, Haynes, Wheeler 4x400m Relay 1998 Shawn Crawford 100m, 200m Kenny Franklin 200m Greg Hines 110m Hurdles Jeremichael Williams 110m Hurdles Aaron Haynes 400m Hurdles Greg Hines 400m Hurdles Chambers, Crawford, Williams, Franklin 4x100m Relay Allen, Gill, Haynes, Franklin 4x400m Relay 1999 Shawn Crawford 200m Ato Modibo 400m Davidson Gill 800m Sultan Tucker 110m Hurdles Todd Matthews 110m Hurdles Allen, Franklin, Moorman,Crawford 4x100m Relay Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo 4x400m Relay Kai Maull Long Jump 2000 Shawn Crawford 100m, 200m Todd Matthews 110m Hurdles Fred Sharpe 400m Hurdles Harper, Crawford, Allen, Moorman 4x100m Relay Andy Giesler Decathlon 2001 Jacey Harper 100m, 200m Ato Modibo 400m Todd Matthews 110m Hurdles Sultan Tucker 110m Hurdles Malcolm Reynolds High Jump Andy Geisler Decathlon 2002 Dwight Thomas 100m, 200m Ato Modibo 400m Todd Matthews 110m Hurdles Currie, Spain, Harper, Thomas 4x100m Relay Harper, R. Hill, Spain, Modibo 4x400m Relay 2003 Airese Currie 100m, 200m Otto Spain 400m Griffin, T. Hill, Richards, Harper 4x100m Relay Bolling, Cheney, Harper, Spain 4x400m Relay Itay Magidi 3000m Steeplechase George Kitchens Long Jump

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Ryan Lewis Pole Vault Rick Hill Decathlon 2004 Airese Currie 100m, 200m Tye Hill 100m, 200m Lydell Perry 110m Hurdles Griffin, T. Hill, Richards, Currie 4x100m Relay Adam Linkenauger High Jump Terrance McDaniel High Jump George Kitchens Long Jump Rick Hill Decathlon 2005 Ronald Richards 100m, 200m Scott Kautz 400m Hurdles Itay Magidi 3000m Steeplechase George Kitchens Long Jump Jason Bell Triple Jump 2006 Travis Padgett 100m Cheney, Brown, Padgett, Mills 4x100m Relay Itay Magidi 3000m Steeplechase Adam Linkenauger High Jump Jason Bell Triple Jump Mitch Greeley Pole Vault Ryan Koontz Decathlon 2007 Jacoby Ford 100m Travis Padgett 100m, 200m Padgett, Brown, Mills, Spiller 4x100m Relay Matt Clark 5000m George Fields Long Jump Adam Linkenauger High Jump Mitch Greeley Pole Vault 2008 Jacoby Ford 100m Travis Padgett 100m, 200m Matt Clark 10,000m Mitch Greeley Pole Vault 2009 Jacoby Ford 100m Justin Murdock 100m C.J. Spiller 100m Murdock, Spiller, Guy, Ford 4x100m 2010 Spencer Adams 110m Hurdles Charlton Rolle 110m Hurdles Xavier Tromp Pole Vault Josh Fowler Triple Jump Zach Berg Hammer Throw Miller Moss Decathlon Note: Bold denotes current student-athlete. 63


WOMEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS INDOOR - BY EVENT 55m Simone Tomlinson 1995 Gail Prescod 1992 Kim Graham 1991, 1992 Lisa Dillard 1989, 1990, 1991 60m Cydonie Mothersill 2001 Simone Tomlinson 1996 200m Brianna Rollins 2010 Cydonie Mothersill 2001 Shenita Wilson 1997 Treshell Mayo 1995, 1996 Samantha Watt 1995 Kim Graham 1991, 1992, 1993 Lisa Dillard 1990 400m Shekera Weston 1999 Shenita Wilson 1997 Angel Fleetwood 1991, 1992 800m Karen Hartmann 1992, 1993 Ane Skak 1991 Mile Perry Fields 2001 Mareike Ressing 1993 Tina Krebs 1986, 1987 1,000 yard Tina Krebs 1983 1,500m Tina Krebs 1985 Kirsti Voldness 1985 3,000m Mareike Ressing 1994 Anne Evans 1991 Ute Jamrozy 1987 Cindy Duarte 1981 5,000m Kim Ruck 2010 55m Hurdles Nikki Bouyer 1998 Monyetta Haynesworth 1993 Monique Everett 1991, 1992 Marcia Fletcher 1989 60m Hurdles Michaylin Golladay 2010 Kim Ruck 2010 Nikki Bouyer 1996, 1999 4x400m Relay Pringley, Rollins, Austin, Edgerson 2010 Ulfarsdottir, Rutherford, Smith, Hinton 2004 Burgher, Mothersill, Cutchin, Weston 2001 Cutchin, Watt, Bouyer, Weston 1998 Weston, Norsworthy, Watt, Wilson 1997 High Jump April Sinkler 2010 Long Jump April Sinkler 2010 Terri Robinson 1999 Tonya McKelvey 1993, 1994 Monyetta Haynesworth 1993 Courtney Singleton 1993 Marcia Fletcher 1991 Triple Jump Patricia Mamona 2008, 2009, 2010 April Sinkler 2010 Gisele Oliveira 2005 Sheri Smith 2002 Nanette Holloway 1990, 1992 Marcia Fletcher 1991 Weight Throw Della Clark 2007 Jamine Moton 2001, 2002 64

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INDOOR - BY YEAR 1981 Cindy Duarte 3000m 1983 Tina Krebs 1000 yd 1985 Tina Krebs 1500m Kirsti Voldness 1500m 1986 Tina Krebs Mile 1987 Ute Jamrozy 3,000m Tina Krebs Mile 1989 Lisa Dillard 55m Marcia Fletcher 55m Hurdles 1990 Lisa Dillard 55m, 200m Nanette Hollaway Triple Jump 1991 Kim Graham 55m, 200m Lisa Dillard 55m Angel Fleetwood 400m Ane Skak 800m Anne Evans 3,000m Monique Everett 55m Hurdles Marcia Fletcher Long Jump, Triple Jump 1992 Kim Graham 55m, 200m Gail Prescod 55m Angel Fleetwood 400m Karen Hartmann 800m Monique Everett 55m Hurdles Nanette Holloway Triple Jump 1993 Kim Graham 200m Karen Hartmann 800m Mareike Ressing Mile Monyetta Haynesworth 55m Hurdles, Long Jump Courtney Singleton Long Jump Tonya McKelvey Long Jump

1994 Mareike Ressing 3,000m Tonya McKelvey Long Jump 1995 Simone Tomlinson 55m Samantha Watt 200m Treshell Mayo 200m Nikki Sims Shot Put 1996 Simone Tomlinson 60m Treshell Mayo 200m Nikkie Bouyer 60m Hurdles Nikki Sims Shot Put 1997 Shenita Wilson 200m, 400m Weston, Norsworthy, Watt, Wilson 4x400m Relay 1998 Nikkie Bouyer 55m Hurdles Cutchin, Watt, Bouyer, Weston 4x400m Relay 1999 Shekera Weston 400m Nikkie Bouyer 60m Hurdles Terri Robinson Long Jump Jamine Moton Shot Put 2001 Cydonie Mothersill 60m, 200m Perry Fields Mile Burgher, Mothersill, Cutchin, Weston 4x400m Relay Jamine Moton Shot Put, Weight Throw 2002 Sheri Smith Triple Jump Jamine Moton Shot Put, Weight Throw 2004 Ulfarsdottir, Rutherford, Smith, Hinton 4x400m Relay 2005 Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump 2007 Della Clark Weight Throw Liane Weber Pentathlon 2008 Patricia Mamona Triple Jump 2009 Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Patricia Mamona Pentathlon Liane Weber Pentathlon 2010 Kim Ruck 5000m Pringley, Rollins, Austin, Edgerson 4x400m Relay

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WOMEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS Michaylin Golladay 60m Hurdles Brianna Rollins 200m, 60m Hurdles April Sinkler High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Liane Weber Pentathlon OUTDOOR - BY EVENT 100m Stormy Kendrick 2010 Kristine Scott 2010 Simone Tomlinson 1998 Lisa Dillard 1990 200m Stormy Kendrick 2010 Kristine Scott 2009, 2010 Shekera Weston 1999, 2001 Simone Tomlinson 1998 Nikkie Bouyer 1998 Treshell Mayo 1994, 1995, 1996 Kim Graham 1991, 1992, 1993 Lisa Dillard 1990 400m Shenita Wilson 1996, 1997 Angel Fleetwood 1992 800m Ane Skak 1991 Tina Krebs 1983 1500m Karen Hartmann 1992 Tina Krebs 1984, 1985, 1986 3,000m Mareike Ressing 1991, 1993 Judith Shephard 1983, 1984 Stephanie Weikert 1982 Kerry Robinson 1982 Cindy Duarte 1981 5,000m Judith Shephard 1985 Kerry Robinson 1983 Stephanie Weikert 1983 Jennifer Briscoe 1982 10,000m Kim Ruck 2010 Tina Jenson 1997 K. Friedrichsen 1994 Michelle Scholtz 1990 Ute Jamrozy 1986 100m Hurdles Michaylin Golladay 2010 Polly Hardy 2008 Nikki Bouyer 1996, 1998 400m Hurdles Christina Smith 2004 Silja Ulfarsdottir 2004, 2005 Nikki Bouyer 1999 Virginia Barnes 1995 4x100m Relay Golladay, Kendrick, Scott, Edgerson 2010 Murray, Burgher, Weston, Mothersill 2001 Brown, Weston, Cutchin, Bouyer 1999 Robinson, Tomlinson, Bouyer, Weston 1998 Wilson, Tomlinson, Watt, Weston 1997 Wilson, Wyatt, Mayo, Bouyer 1996 McKelvey, Prescod, Fleetwood, Graham 1992 Dillard, Fleetwood, Graham, Henderson 1991 Dillard, Henderson, Fleetwood, Walton 1990 4x400m Relay Ulfarsdottir, Smith, Cousins, Hinton 2004 Burgher, Mothersill, Smith, Weston, Cutchin 2001 Cutchin, Brown, Bouyer, Weston 1999 Cutchin, Watt, Bouyer, Weston 1998 Wilson, Norsworthy, Watt, Weston 1997 High Jump Sharia Clinkscales 1994

Long Jump April Sinkler Gisele Oliveira Tonya McKelvey Triple Jump Patricia Mamona April Sinkler Gisele Oliveira Nanette Holloway Marcia Fletcher Shot Put Jamine Moton Nikki Sims Angela Dolby Hammer Throw Jamine Moton Heptathlon Liane Weber Lauren Nicholson Katja Pettinen

2010 2003 1993 2007, 2008, 2010 2010 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 1992 1991 2001 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 1990, 1992 2002 2007, 2010 2003 1995

OUTDOOR - BY YEAR 1981 Cindy Duarte 3,000m 1982 Stephanie Weikert 3,000m Kerry Robinson 3,000m Jennifer Briscoe 5,000m 1983 Tina Krebs 800m Judith Shephard 3,000m Kerry Robinson 5,000m Stephanie Weikert 5,000m 1984 Tina Krebs 1,500m Judith Shephard 3,000m 1985 Tina Krebs 1,500m Judith Shephard 5,000m 1986 Tina Krebs 1,500m Ute Jamrozy 10,000m 1990 Lisa Dillard 100m, 200m Michelle Scholtz 10,000m Dillard, Henderson, Fleetwood, Walton 4x100m Angela Dolby Shot Put 1991 Kim Graham 200m Ane Skak 800m Mareike Ressing 3000m Dillard, Fleetwood, Graham, Henderson 4x100m Marcia Fletcher Triple Jump 1992 Kim Graham 200m Angel Fleetwood 400m Karen Hartmann 1500m McKelvey, Prescod, Fleetwood, Graham 4x100m Relay Nanette Holloway Triple Jump Angela Dolby Shot Put 1993 Kim Graham 200m Mareike Ressing 3000m Tonya McKelvey Long Jump 1994 Treshell Mayo 200m Karen Friedrichsen 10,000m Sharia Clinkscales High Jump Nikki Sims Shot Put 1995 Treshell Mayo 200m Virginia Barnes 400m Hurdles Nikki Sims Shot Put Katja Pettinen Heptathlon

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Kristine Scott 1996 Treshell Mayo 200m Shenita Wilson 400m Wilson, Watt, Mayo, Bouyer 4x100m Relay Nikki Bouyer 100m Hurdles Nikki Sims Shot Put 1997 Shenita Wilson 400m Tina Jenson 10,000m Wilson, Tomlinson, Watt, Weston 4x100m Relay Wilson, Norsworthy, Watt, Weston 4x400m Relay Nikki Sims Shot Put 1998 Simone Tomlinson 100m, 200m Nikkie Bouyer 200m, 100m Hurdles Robinson, Tomlinson, Bouyer, Weston 4x100m Relay Cutchin, Watt, Bouyer, Weston 4x400m Relay 1999 Shekera Weston 200m Brown, Weston, Cutchin, Bouyer 4x100m Relay Cutchin, Brown, Bouyer, Weston 4x400m Relay Nikkie Bouyer 400m Hurdles 2001 Shekera Weston 200m Murray, Burgher, Weston, Mothersill 4x100m Relay Burgher, Mothersill, Smith, Weston, Cutchin 4x400m Relay Jamine Moton Shot Put 2002 Jamine Moton Hammer Throw Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump 2003 Joana Costa Pole Vault Lauren Nicholson Heptathlon Gisele Oliveira Long Jump, Triple Jump 2004 Christina Smith 400m Hurdles Silja Ulfarsdottir 400m Hurdles Ulfarsdottir, Smith, Cousins, Hinton 4x400m Relay Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump 2005 Silja Ulfarsdottir 400m Hurdles Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump 2007 Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Liane Weber Heptathlon 2008 Polly Hardy 100m Hurdles Patricia Mamona Triple Jump 2009 Kristine Scott 200m 2010 Stormy Kendrick 100m, 200m Kristine Scott 100m, 200m Michaylin Golladay 100m Hurdles Golladay, Kendrick, Scott, Edgerson 4x100m Relay April Sinkler Long Jump, Triple Jump Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Liane Weber Heptathlon Note: Bold denotes current student-athlete. 65


MEN’S ACC CHAMPIONS Men’s ACC Champion Leaders

Ryan Koontz

1955 1959 1960 1962 1963 1964 1967 1970 1972 1973 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1987 1988 1989 1990

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INDOOR Allston Mitchell High Jump John Dunkelberg 600 yards John Dunkelberg 600 yards Wesley King 70 yard LH Jimmy Wynn 60 yards Cone, Adams, Mile Relay Shaw, Wynn Jim Taylor 70 yard HH Greg Benz Shot Put Morgan, Romero 2-Mile Relay Seesman, Hall Wayne Jenkins 600 yards Long, Copeland, Mile Relay Zungoli, Jenkins Ed Fern High Jump Zungoli, Copeland, Mile Relay Seesman, Jenkins Ed Fern High Jump George, Moore, Mile Relay Funk, Huff Dean Matthews 2-Mile Jerry Butler 60 yards Messam, Rucker, DMR J. Flynn, Coffman Desai Williams 60 yards Desai Williams 440 yards Hans Koeleman Mile Hans Koeleman 2-Mile Davis, Rucker, Mile Relay Sharpe, Williams Marcus Black 600 yards Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Mike Spiritoso 35-lb Wt. Martin Flynn 2-Mile Paul McCaffrey Mile Terrance Herrington 800m Yehezkel Halifa 5000m Rodney Keasler Long Jump Soggs, Hines, 2-Mile Relay Wittman, Herrington Mike Neary 35-lb Wt. Philip Greyling Mile Philip Greyling 3000m Scott Erbach Shot Put Doug Thomas 55m Dave Wittman 800m James Trapp 200m @Philip Greyling 3000m @Philip Greyling Mile Larry Clark 5000m Gichaba, Hines, 2-Mile Relay Beecher, @Greyling Beecher, Wafford, Mile Relay Green, Trapp

6’2” 1:12.7 1:13.3 7.4 6.4 3:26.2 8.8 53’3.75” 7:57.5 1:13.7 3:34.4 6’10” 3:19.9 6’10” 3:23.9 8:57.7 6.2 10:07.4 6.2 48.55 4:04.04 8:49.51 3:16.81 1:10.0 63’4” 50’11” 8:46.29 4:10.50 1:51.36 14:04.79 24’5.75” 7:26.99 53’7” 4:08.96 8:12.62 55’2.25” 6.22 1:53.01 21.03 8:17.13 4:05.85 14:24.05 7:40.06 3:11.38

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

James Trapp Michael Green Larry Ryans Cormac Finnerty Cormac Finnerty Wright, Roach, Dorrity, Beecher Scott Erbach Duane Ross @Michael Green @Michael Green Wesley Russell Cormac Finnerty Mike Kauffman Eric Lander Duane Ross Gill, Richards, Wheeler, Francis Tooman, Hines, Reckner, Harris Hines, Thomas, Gill, Haynes Shawn Thomas Greg Hines David Hartzler Shawn Crawford Joe Gibson Tony Lloyd @Shawn Crawford @Shawn Crawford Ato Modibo Davidson Gill Esteban Diaz Sultan Tucker Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo Doug Ameigh Bryan Williams @Shawn Crawford @Shawn Crawford Sultan Tucker Fred Sharpe @Jacey Harper @Jacey Harper Ato Modibo Todd Matthews Doug Ameigh Spain, Harper, Copes, Modibo Dwight Thomas Dwight Thomas Jacey Harper Ato Modibo Larry Griffin @Jacey Harper

55m 55m 55mHH Mile 3000m 2-Mile Relay

6.22 6.15 7.12 4:03.72 8:16.73 7:30.52

Shot Put 55mHH 55m 200m 400m 3000m Mile Pole Vault 55mHH 4x400m Relay

57’7.25” 7.12 6.10 20.96 46.03 8:11.94 4:07.96 17’2.75” 7.22 3:12.14

DMR

10:05.68

4x400m Relay

3:14.84

200m 55mHH Pole Vault 60m 3000m Triple Jump 60m 200m 400m 800m Mile 60mHH 4x400m Relay

21.68 7.34 16’7.5” 6.66 8:16.30 50’9.5” 6.77 20.81 46.00 1:52.46 4:10.20 7.79 3:09.66

High Jump Triple Jump 60m 200m 60mHH 800m 60m 200m 400m 60mHH High Jump 4x400m Relay

7’1.5” 52’5.25” 6.62 20.43 7.79 1:51.79 6.74 21.35 46.57 7.73 7’0.5” 3:14.08

60m 60mHH 200m 400m 60m 200m

6.76 7.81 21.57 47.58 6.76 21.48

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ACC Champions (Indoor and Outdoor Combined) Name Total Ind Years James Trapp 12 6 1990-92 Shawn Crawford 11 9 1997-00 Jacey Harper 10 6 2000-03 Michael Green 9 6 1990-93 Tony Wheeler 9 4 1994-97 Jimmy Wynn 9 4 1962-64 Ato Modibo 8 4 1999-02 Hans Koeleman 7 7 1980-83 Andrew Beecher 7 2 1990-93 Adam Linkenauger 7 7 2003-07 Dave Wittman 6 5 1988-91 Larry Ryans 6 3 1990-92, 94 Ed Fern 5 5 1973-76 Dwight Thomas 5 5 2002 Terrance Herrington 5 4 1985, 87-89 Desai Williams 5 4 1979-80 Philip Greyling 5 4 1989-91 Duane Ross 5 4w 1992-95 Eric Lander 5 5 1993-96 Davidson Gill 5 1 1995-96, 99 Larry Griffin 5 1 2001-04 Travis Padgett 5 4 2006-08 Mike Columbus 4 4 1975-78 Martin Flynn 4 4 1984-87 Mike Spiritoso 4 4 1983-84, 86-87 Cormac Finnerty 4 4 1990-93 Sultan Tucker 4 3 1998-01 Wesley Russell 4 2 1992-93 Shawn Thomas 4 2 1994-96 Otto Spain 4 2 2000-03 Tye Hill 4 2 2003-05 Charles Allen 4 0 1997-00 Note: Total includes individual championships plus relay crowns.

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Otto Spain Jason Meany Tye Hill Adam Linkenauger Derek Gilson Rick Hill Itay Magidi Adam Linkenauger George Kitchens Adam Linkenauger Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz Jacoby Ford George Fields #Travis Padgett Mitch Greeley Jacoby Ford

400m 3000m 60m High Jump Shot Put Heptathlon 5000m High Jump Long Jump High Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon 60m Long Jump 60m Pole Vault 60m

1956 1959 1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1967 1969

OUTDOOR John Steedley 120 yard HH Paul Snyder Javelin John Dunkelberg 440 yards Jim Wynn 100 yards Shawn, Gilberg, 440 yard Relay Wynn, Kelly Center Leland Long Jump Jim Wynn 100 yards Jim Wynn 220 yards King, Poole, 440 yard Relay Wynn, Kelly Dick Dobbs Discus Avery Nelson Triple Jump Poole, Shaw, 440 yard Relay Wynn, Durham Wynn, Huey, Mile Relay Cone, Adams Avery Nelson Triple Jump Greg Benz Shot Put Jim Taylor 120 yard HH Roger Collins Javelin @Roger Collins Javelin

47.63 8:17.07 6.73 7’2.25” 59’11” 5,528 pts 14:16.03 6’11.75” 24’11.25” 7’2.5” 17’7” 5,515 pts 6.52 24’5.5” 6.63 17’8.5” 6.51 14.7 219’9” 47.9 9.7 42.3 24’5” 9.7 21.0 41.8 156’4.5” 46’7.5” 41.8 3:14.2 46’7” 55’5.5” 14.4 247’1” 253’9”


MEN’S ACC CHAMPIONS 1970 1971 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Josh Collins Roger Collins Josh Collins Josh Collins Mac Copeland Ed Fern Ed Fern Stewart Ralph Mike Columbus Ed Fern Stewart Ralph Mike Columbus Mike Columbus Mike Columbus Stewart Ralph Mike Hartle Desai Williams Desai Williams @Julius Ogaro @Julius Ogaro @Julius Ogaro Hans Koeleman Mark McKoy Hans Koeleman Terrence Toatley C.McSwain, Varn, Toatley, R. McSwain Mike Hartle @Hans Koeleman Jack Harkness Jim Haughey Terrence Toatley @Hans Koeleman Jeff Jones Jim Haughey @Hans Koeleman Mike Spiritoso Stijn Jaspers Stijn Jaspers Victor Smalls @Greg Moses @Greg Moses Martin Flynn Greg Moses Marcus Black Martin Flynn Eddie Richardson Shelton Boyer Victor Smalls Frank Crossen Martin Flynn Marcus Black Mike Spiritoso Terrance Herrington Terrance Herrington Frank Crossen Yehezkel Halifa Dov Kremer Frank Crossen Terrance Herrington Dave Wittman Rodney Keasler Yehezkel Halifa Larry Clark Dave Wittman @James Trapp @James Trapp Thomas, James, Ryans, @Trapp Beecher, Wafford, Hines, @Trapp Jeff Fields Thomas, Green, James, Trapp Dave Wittman Dave Wittman Larry Ryans Michael Green Andrew Beecher @James Trapp @James Trapp Andrew Beecher Cormac Finnerty Larry Ryans

100 yards Javelin 100 yards 200 yards 440 yard IH High Jump High Jump Javelin Discus High Jump Javelin Discus Discus Discus Javelin Javelin 100m 200m 5000m 10,000m 3000mSC 1500m 110mHH 3000mSC 100m 4x100m Relay

9.6 262’2” 9.6 21.5 53.0 6’10” 6’9.25” 239’8” 176’1.5” 7’0” 266’5” 169’3” 188’9” 186’0” 249’4” 249’0” 10.49 20.71 14:07.11 29:31.6 8:42.73 3:46.55 14.26 8:49.98 10.47 40.86

Javelin 3000mSC Shot Put 10,000m 100m 5000m Long Jump 10,000m 3000mSC Shot Put 5000m 10,000m High Jump 100m 200m 5000m 100m 400m 1500m 400mIH Long Jump High Jump Javelin 5000m 400m Shot Put 800m 1500m Javelin 10,000m 1500m Javelin 1500m 3000mSC Long Jump 10,000m 10,000m 1500m 100m 200m 4x100m Relay

257’5” 8:35.6 57’7” 29:46.9 10.6 13:56.76 24’9.75” 30:00.75 8:35.9 58’10” 14:07.34 29:43.54 7’1” 10.23 20.41 14:18.72 10.32 46.77 3:44.3 51.40 25’1.5” 6’11.75” 208’6” 14:07.00 47.0 59’4.25” 1:48.73 3:43.34 216’8” 28:56.80 3:44.36 214’7” 3:56.3 9:01.3 24’11” 29:53.15 29:54.48 3:47.58 10.12 20.61 40.19

4x400m Relay

3:08.02

Pole Vault 4x100m Relay

17’0” 39.14

3000mSC 1500m 110mHH 100m 800m 100m 200m 800m 5000m 110mHH

8:53.5 3:47.95 13.76 10.39 1:48.83 10.27 20.48 1:48.20 14:10.78 13.61

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Duane Ross Gilbert, @Trapp, Ryans, Russell Beecher, @Trapp, Roach, Russell Scott Erbach Wheatley, @Green, Gilbert, Oliver Wesley Russell @Michael Green @Michael Green Eric Lander Eric Lander Cormac Finnerty Tony Wheeler Wheeler, Ross, Ryans, Oliver Mike Kauffman Tony Wheeler Duane Ross Francis, Thomas, Hines, Wheeler Tony Wheeler Eric Lander Eric Lander Matt Helinski Gill, Thomas, Wheeler, Haynes Tony Wheeler Jeremichael Williams Williams, Wheeler, Franklin, Allen David Hartzler Matt Helinski Josh Scott @Shawn Crawford @Shawn Crawford Jeremichael Williams Damian DiCola Jason Brewer Chambers, Allen, @Crawford, Franklin Ato Modibo Sultan Tucker Doug Ameigh @Shawn Crawford @Shawn Crawford Todd Matthews Fred Sharpe

110mHH 4x100m Relay

13.61 39.96

4x400m Relay

3:05.09

Shot Put 4x100m Relay

58’2.5” 39.80

400m 100m 200m Decathlon Javelin 5000m 200m 4x100m Relay

45.62 10.03w 20.83 6,934 pts 198’3” 14:16.38 20.52 40.29

1500m 200m 110mHH 4x400m Relay

3:46.16 20.36 13.89 3:05.16

400m Decathlon Javelin Hammer 4x400m Relay

45.50 7,615 pts 220’4” 193’9” 3:10.76

200m 110mHH 4x100m Relay

20.23 13.76 39.73

Pole Vault Hammer Decathlon 100m 200m 110mHH Javelin High Jump 4x100m Relay

16’7.25” 190’1” 7,016 pts 10.18 20.31 13.53 203’6” 6’1.75” 39.65

400m 110mHH High Jump 100m 200m 110mHH 400mIH

45.51 13.82 7’1” 10.37 20.54 13.81 50.73

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Harper, @Crawford, Allen, Moorman Ryan Lewis Malcolm Reynolds Andy Giesler Jacey Harper Jacey Harper Ato Modibo Todd Matthews Jason Meany Tucker, Modibo, Harper, Griffin Andy Giesler @Dwight Thomas @Dwight Thomas @Dwight Thomas Griffin, Spain, Harper, Currie Otto Spain Roy Cheney Griffin, Spain, T. Hill, Currie Rick Hill Tye Hill Michael Bolling Griffin, Hill, Richards, Currie Adam Linkenauger George Kitchens Rick Hill Adam Linkenauger George Kitchens Travis Padgett Adam Linkenauger Ryan Koontz Travis Padgett Matt Clark Mills, Porter Swaggard, Brown Adam Linkenauger #Travis Padgett Guy, Brown Mills, #T. Padgett Mitch Greeley Jacoby Ford

4x100m Relay

40.19

Pole Vault High Jump Decathlon 100m 200m 400m 110mHH 5000m 4x100m Relay

16’4.75” 6’10.75” 7,254 pts 10.25 20.71 44.87 13.84 14:31.59 40.24

Decathlon 100m 200m 110mHH 4x100m Relay

7,619 pts 10.27 20.73 13.74 39.86

400m 110mHH 4x100m Relay

46.30 14.15 40.20

Decathlon 100m 400mIH 4x100m Relay

7,068 pts 10.52 51.61 39.75

High Jump Long Jump Decathlon High Jump Long Jump 100m High Jump Decathlon 100m 10,000m 4x400m Relay

7’1” 24’6.25” 7,300 pts 7’1” 25’2.5” 10.35 6’11.75” 7,371 pts 10.23 29:46.26 3:09.89

HIgh Jump 100m 4x100m Relay

7’1.75” 10.17 39.40

Pole Vault 100m

17’0.75” 10.28

Note: @ - Indicates Overall Meet MVP; # - Indicates Meet Track MVP; the ACC did not hold indoor championships from 1981-86; Bold denotes current student-athlete.

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WOMEN’S ACC CHAMPIONS 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2007 2009 2010

Brianna Rollins

April Sinkler 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

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INDOOR Ute Jamrozy 2 mile Jeannie Burris Shot Put Jeannie Burris Shot Put Lisa Dillard 55m Jeannie Burris Shot Put Lisa Dillard 55m Anne Evans 3000m Angela Dolby Shot Put Angel Fleetwood 400m Kim Graham 55m Kim Graham 200m Ane Skak 800m Monyetta Haynesworth LJ Monique Everett 55mH @Kim Graham 55m @Kim Graham 200m Karen Hartmann Mile @Karen Hartmann Mile @Karen Hartmann 800m Kim Graham 200m Mareike Ressing 3000m Kohler, Mayo, Mile Relay Avery, Graham

10:01.47 42’4.5” 44’6” 6.91 47’9.75” 6.88 9:48.54 48’0.5” 54.44 6.91 23.78 2:07.14 20’5” 7.74 6.91 23.59 4:44.49 4:51.26 2:07.82 23.57 9:39.45 3:44.35

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Barnes, Avery, DMR Engel, Ressing Tonya McKelvey LJ Nikki Sims Shot Put Simone Tomlinson 55m Nikki Sims Shot Put Weston, Norsworthy, 4x400m Watt, Wilson Simone Tomlinson 60m Samantha Watt 400m Cutchin, Watt 4x400m Bouyer, Weston Shekera Weston 200m Shekera Weston 400m Erin Nett Pole Vault Jamine Moton Shot Put Joana Costa Pole Vault Cydonie Mothersill 200m Marcia Smith 400m @Jamine Moton Shot Put @Jamine Moton Weight Throw Smith, Cutchin, 4x400m Burgher, Mothersill Jamine Moton Weight Throw Jamine Moton Shot Put Silja Ulfarsdottir 200m Hinton, Rutherford, 4x400m Smith, Ulfarsdottir Gisele Oliveira LJ Gisele Oliveira TJ Lauren Nicholson Pentathlon Gisele Oliveira TJ Liane Weber Pentathlon ^April Sinkler High Jump ^April Sinkler Long Jump Liane Weber Pentathlon Brianna Rollins 200m Kim Ruck 5000m Pringley, Rollins 4x400m Austin, Edgerson ^April Sinkler High Jump ^April Sinkler Long Jump Liane Weber Pentathlon OUTDOOR Kerry Robinson 5000m Tina Krebs 800m Tina Krebs 800m Tina Krebs 800m Tina Krebs 800m Elsa Breit 1500m Ute Jamrozy 10,000m Jeannie Burris Discus Jeannie Burris Shot Put Lisa Dillard 100m Lisa Dillard 200m Jeannie Burris Shot Put Helen Rogers 10,000m Lisa Parak Discus Dillard, Henderson, 4x100m Fleetwood, Walton Lisa Dillard 100m Lisa Dillard 200m Angela Dolby Shot Put Lisa Parak Discus Lisa Parak Javelin Ane Skak 400mIH Skak, @Graham, 4x400m Fleetwood, Walton @Kim Graham 200m @Graham, Henderson, 4x100m Fleetwood, Dillard Lisa Parak Discus @Kim Graham 100m @Kim Graham 200m @Graham, Fleetwood, 4x100m Prescod, McKelvey Karen Hartmann 1500m Angela Dolby Shot Put Liz Griesback Javelin Anne Evans 5000m @Kim Graham 100m @Kim Graham 200m @Graham, McKelvey, 4x100m

11:48.46 20’0.25” 51’3.5” 6.89 49’5.5” 3:42.76 7.28 54.45 3:39.59 23.62 53.36 11’6.25” 49’1.5” 11’11.75” 23.58 54.45 52’5.25” 68’0.5” 3:41.69 68’4.5” 51’9.75” 23.96 3:41.08 20’10.75” 44’1.5” 3,676 pts 45’1.75” 4,089 pts 5’11.5” 21’4.25” 4,218 pts 23.69 16:04.02 3:35.76 6’0.75” 21’6” 4,262 pts 16:02.76 2:02.82 2:02.82 2:05.79 2:05.86 4:23.77 33:32.60 135’5” 45’5” 11.64 23.73 45’2.5” 35:20.0 150’2.75” 45.61 11.57 23.56 47’7” 149’7” 161’4” 58.61 3:34.50 23.42 44.88 149’8” 11.48 23.31 44.60 4:21.52 50’0.5” 148’6” 16:54.17 11.57 23.73 45.69

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Women’s ACC Champion Leaders ACC Champions (Indoor and Outdoor Combined) Name Total Ind Years Kim Graham 15 10 1991-93 Jamine Moton 13 13 1998-99, 2001-02 Lisa Dillard 8 6 1989-91 Gisele Oliveira 7 7 2002-05 Shekera Weston 7 3 1997-99, 2001 April Sinkler 6 6 2008-10 Jeannie Burris 6 6 1987-90 Cydonie Mothersill 6 3 2001 Angel Fleetwood 5 1 1989-92 Michelle Burgher 4 1 2001 Liane Weber 4 4 2007-10 Karen Hartmann 4 4 1992-95 Tina Krebs 4 4 1983, 1985-87 Lisa Parak 4 4 1989-91 Nikki Sims 4 4 1994-97 Simone Tomlinson 4 4 1995-98 Silja Ulfarsdottir 4 1 2002-05 Nikkie Bouyer 3 1 1996, 1998-99 Angela Dolby 3 3 1989-92 Treshell Mayo 3 1 1993-96 Tonya McKelvey 3 1 1991-93 Mareike Ressing 3 1 1991,93,95 Marcia Smith 3 1 2000-02 Note: Total includes individual championships plus relay crowns.

1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2010

Ketter, Mayo Erika Selby Mareike Ressing Nikki Sims @Nikki Sims Treshell Mayo Simone Tomlinson Annu Montell Simone Tomlinson Nikkie Bouyer Kammie Blount Jamine Moton Erin Nett Jamine Moton Jamine Moton Robinson, Weston, Cutchin, Bouyer @Cydonie Mothersill @Cydonie Mothersill Shekera Weston Kyana Elder Michelle Burgher Sheri Smith Jamine Moton Jamine Moton Jamine Moton Murray, Weston Burgher, @Mothersill Smith, Cutchin, Burgher, @Mothersill @Jamine Moton @Jamine Moton Gisele Oliveira Ulfarsdottir, Smith, Cousins, Hinton Gisele Oliveira Ulfarsdottir, Hinton, Hill, Perry Gisele Oliveira Gisele Oliveira Golladay, Kendrick Scott, Edgerson ^April Sinkler ^April Sinkler Liane Weber

400mH 3000m Shot Put Shot Put 200m 100m Heptathlon 100m 200m Javelin Shot Put Pole Vault Shot Put Discus 4x100m

1:02.04 9:33.25 47’6 .25” 52’7.25” 23.47 12.01 5,171 pts 11.21 23.12 143’0” 50’1.75” 12’ 1/2” 50’3.25” 163’5” 45.07

100m 200m 400m 100mH 400mH TJ Discus Shot Put Hammer 4x100m

11.34 22.57 52.81 13.51 57.79 41’9.25” 176’7” 52’5.25” 188’8” 44.19

4x400m

3:41.69

Hammer Shot Put TJ 4x400m

206’1” 55’5” 43’10” 3:37.28

TJ 4x400m

43’5.25” 3:40.25

LJ TJ 4x100m

20’8.5” 43’9.75” 44.36

High Jump Long Jump Heptathlon

5’11.25” 21’0.75” 5,928 pts

Note: @ - Indicates Overall Meet MVP; ^ - Indicates Meet Field MVP; the ACC began women’s ACC outdoor meets in 1983 and indoor meets in 1987; Bold denotes current studentathlete.


MEN’S ALL-ACC HONORS Terrance Herrington Rodney Keasler Kelvin Sykes George Milton

INDOOR 1987 1000 yards Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump

2:08.19 24’11.25” 52’3.5” 7’1.5”

Dov Kremer Jeff Fields John Boobas

1988 Mile Pole Vault Shot Put

4:10.62 16’0” 56’8”

Greg Moses Terrance Herrington Dov Kremer Dov Kremer

1989 55m 800m Mile 3000m

6.28 1:49.71 4:09.56 8:12.63

James Trapp Dion Wafford Dennis Hines Dave Wittman Larry Ryans

1990 55m 400m 800m Mile 55mHH

6.24 47.62 1:53.64 4:06.38 7.37

Doug Thomas Cormac Finnerty Jorge Pacheco Larry Ryans Jeff Fields

1991 55m 3000m 5000m 55mHH Pole Vault

6.24 8:19.04 14:19.3 7.27 16’7.5”

James Trapp Michael Green James Trapp Wesley Russell Andrew Beecher Anthony Knight Scott Erbach

1992 55m 200m 200m 400m 800m 55mHH Weight Throw

6.25 20.72 21.01 46.43 1:50.05 7.31 52’7”

Wesley Russell Kendrick Roach Mike Kauffman Cormac Finnerty Mike Kauffman Kevin Hogan Larry Ryans

1993 200m 800m Mile Mile 3000m 5000m 55mHH

21.32 1:51.05 4:03.39 4:04.45 8:14.19 14:40.07 7.26

Mike Kauffman Kevin Hogan Clarence Richards Duane Ross Nathan Fields

1994 3000m 5000m 400m 55mHH Pole Vault

8:27.37 14:45.10 48.91 7.38 16’8.75”

Davidson Gill Junior Alexander Eric Lander

1995 800m 55mHH Pole Vault

Shawn Thomas Tony Wheeler Greg Hines Josh Scott David Hartzler Matt Helinski

1996 400m 400m 55mHH High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put

48.01 48.72 7.54 6’11” 16’7.5” 53’4.25”

Carlton Chambers Shawn Thomas Aaron Haynes Esteban Diaz Jeremichael Williams Josh Scott Bryan Williams Kenny Franklin Matt Helinski Matt Helinski

1997 55m 200m 800m Mile 55mHH High Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw

6.34 21.75 1:55.39 4:12.94 7.36 6’11” 50’1.25” 48’6.75” 54’6.5” 63’4.75”

Carlton Chambers

1998 60m

1:54.82 7.60 16’10.75”

6.70

Zach Berg Kenny Franklin Shawn Crawford Davidson Gill Esteban Diaz Joe Gibson Jeremichael Williams Sultan Tucker Bryan Williams Jorge Tienda Benjamin Hess

60m 200m 800m Mile 5000m 60mHH 60mHH Triple Jump Pole Vault Pole Vault

6.70 20.87 1:50.82 4:07.34 14:29.98 7.79 7.82 49’8.25” 15’5.75” 15’5.75”

Ato Modibo Joe Gibson Todd Matthews Bryan Williams Tony Lloyd

1999 200m 5000m 60mHH High Jump Triple Jump

21.25 14:26.14 7.91 6’10.75” 50’0.75”

David Collins Ato Modibo Ato Modibo Mike Connelly Charles Allen Doug Ameigh Kai Maull Bryan Williams Keith Rzewuski

2000 60m 200m 400m 800m 60mHH High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put

6.70 21.38 46.39 1:52.42 7.85 7’1” 24’9.75” 51’6.5” 52’8.75”

Larry Griffin Ato Modibo Otto Spain Otto Spain Sultan Tucker Ian Potter Malcolm Reynolds Kai Maull

2001 60m 200m 200m 400m 60mHH 60mHH High Jump Triple Jump

6.89 21.50 21.66 47.81 7.75 7.99 7’0.5” 50’7.25”

Jacey Harper Larry Griffin Marcus Hodge Jason Meany Todd Matthews Doug Ameigh

2002 60m 60m 800m 5000m 60mHH High Jump

6.77 6.77 1:53.63 14:24.40 7.83 7’3”

Jacey Harper Airese Currie Michael Bolling Roy Cheney Terrance McDaniel

2003 60m 60m 400m 60mHH High Jump

Ron Richards Tye Hill Ron Richards Roy Cheney

2004 60m 200m 200m 60mHH

6.77 6.79 48.82 8.12 7’1.75” 6.82 21.61 21.54 7.93

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George Kitchens Adam Klotzbach Brent Hobbs

Long Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon

24’2.5” 15’11” 5,393 pts

Tye Hill Ronald Richards Roy Cheney Itay Magidi Derrick Wyatt Derrick Wyatt Jason Bell Mitch Greeley Brent Hobbs

2005 60m 200m 60mHH 3000m 3000m 5000m Triple Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon

6.76 21.44 7.98 8:13.78 8:13.94 14:18.09 51’1.75” 16’4.75” 5,301 pts

Travis Padgett Corey Brown Roy Cheney Brent Hobbs

2006 60m 60m 60m Hurdles Heptathlon

6.74 6.78 7.94 5,413 pts

Jacoby Ford Matt Clark Matt Clark Jason Bell Adam Linkenauger Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz

2007 200m 3000m 5000m Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon

21.43 8:19.42 14:18.32 50’11.5” 6’11.5” 17’5.5” 5,531 pts

C.J. Spiller Matt Clark Chris Spear Zach Berg

2008 60m 5000m Pole Vault Weight Throw

6.70 14:29.37 17’0.75” 57’0.75”

Travis Swaggard Travis Swaggard

2009 200m 400m

Justin Murdock Josh Fowler Zach Berg Miller Moss

2010 60m Long Jump Weight Throw Heptathlon

21.48 47.76 6.72 24’7.75” 66’9.25” 5,699 pts

OUTDOOR 1986 Long Jump High Jump 400mIH

24’11.75” 6’11.75” 51.40

George Milton Shelton Boyer Kevin Sykes

1987 High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump

6’9.75” 24’10” 51’7.25”

Terrance Herrington

1988 1500m

Terrance Parks Shelton Boyer Eddie Richardson

3:45.53

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MEN’S ALL-ACC HONORS Yekezkel Halifa Charlie James Dion Wafford Terrance Herrington Philip Greyling Philip Greyling Larry Clark Larry Clark Jeff Fields Frank Crossen Scott Erbach Dennis Hines Philip Greyling Rim Cox Larry Clark Larry Ryans Dion Wafford

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5000m

14:09.05

1989 100m 400m 800m 1500m 3000m 5000m 10,000m Pole Vault Javelin Shot Put

10.57 51.80 1:48.34 3:56.5 9:01.5 14:28.1 30:12.74 16’0” 220’6” 52’6.75”

1990 800m 1500m 3000m 5000m 110mHH 400mIH

1:49.59 3:47.59 8:49.0 14:13.30 13.96 51.02

Doug Thomas James Trapp Jeff Fields

1991 100m 200m Pole Vault

Trevor Gilbert Michael Wheatley Wesley Russell Kendrick Roach Cormac Finnerty Larry Armstead

1992 100m 100m 200m 800m 1500m Triple Jump

10.54 10.79 21.00 1:48.20 3:47.04 51’9”

Wesley Russell Andrew Beecher Mike Kauffman Kevin Hogan Duane Ross Delvon Wilson John Thorp

1993 200m 800m 1500m 10,000m 110mHH 400mIH High Jump

21.29 1:48.08 3:47.56 30:07.71 14.00 52.51 7’1.75”

Clarence Richards Larry Ryans Mitchel Francis Eric Lander Eric Lander

1994 400m 110mHH 400mIH Decathlon Javelin

45.94 13.81 50.20 6932 198’0”

Enayat Oliver Clarence Richards Junior Alexander Greg Hines John Thorp David Hartzler Josh Scott

1995 400m 400m 110mHH 400mIH High Jump Pole Vault Decathlon

46.91 46.93 14.32 50.85 7’1.75” 16’0.75” 6415

Tony Wheeler Shawn Thomas Davidson Gill Jeremichael Williams Greg Hines Aaron Haynes Matt Helinski

1996 200m 400m 800m 110mHH 400mIH 400mIH Shot Put

20.07 47.42 1:53.04 13.86 51.37 51.45 53’8.25”

Carlton Chambers Tony Wheeler John McMillian Greg Hines Aaron Haynes Marcus Phillips Jason Brewer Josh Scott Bryan Williams Matt Helinski Damian DiCola

1997 100m 400m 1500m 110mHH 400mIH 400mIH High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Javelin

Kenny Franklin

1998 100m

10.41 20.92 16’8.75”

10.50 45.37 3:51.64 14.24 50.06 50.21 6’9.75” 23’6.25” 48’10” 54’11.25” 208’9” 10.32

Carlton Chambers Kenny Franklin Davidson Gill Greg Hines Greg Hines Tony Lloyd Tony Lloyd Bryan Williams Benjamin Hess Tom Hopkins

100m 200m 800m 110mHH 400mIH High Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Javelin

10.35 20.97 1:50.53 13.97 50.42 6’8” 49’6.25” 48’10.25” 16’3.25” 188’2”

Kenny Franklin Kenny Franklin Davidson Gill Esteban Diaz Todd Matthews Bryan Williams Mark Jellison

1999 200m 400m 800m 1500m 110mHH High Jump Decathlon

20.63 46.09 1:50.15 3:53.52 13.88 7’1” 6620

Jacey Harper Ato Modibo Mike Connelly Jason Meany Sultan Tucker Charles Allen Doug Ameigh Mark Mirabito Kai Maull Mark Jellison

2000 100m 400m 800m 10,000m 110mHH 110mHH High Jump High Jump Long Jump Decathlon

10.83 47.03 1:51.71 30:18.54 14.04 14.25 6’8.75” 6’8.75” 24’3.5” 6831

Larry Griffin Sultan Tucker Ato Modibo Otto Spain Sultan Tucker Doug Ameigh Kai Maull

2001 100m 100m 200m 400m 110mHH High Jump Triple Jump

10.60 10.61 21.06 46.47 14.06 7’1” 49’3”

Larry Griffin Ato Modibo Todd Matthews Doug Ameigh Brit Barrow Rick Hill George Kitchens Ryan Lewis Terrance McDaniel

2002 100m 400m 110mHH High Jump Triple Jump Decathlon Long Jump Pole Vault Triple Jump

10.54 45.81 13.75 6’10.75” 51’1” 7165 24’7.75” 16’10.75” 50’4.75”

Airese Currie Larry Griffin Otto Spain Itay Magidi Jason Meany Michael Bolling Roy Cheney Terrance McDaniel Kai Maull Ryan Lewis

2003 100m 100m 200m 3000mSC 5000m 400mIH 400mIH Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault

10.52 10.59 21.37 8:52.30 14:17.81 51.93 52.30 24’7.75” 49’8.5” 16’0.75”

Airese Currie Ron Richards Lydell Perry Scott Kautz Ryan Fenton Derek Gilson Matt Lombardi Clayton Curtis Brent Hobbs Ryan Hunter

2004 100m 200m 110mHH 400mIH 3000mSC Shot Put Shot Put Javelin Decathlon Decathlon

10.57 21.16 14.01 52.16 9:05.69 55’7.75” 54’5.25” 196’9” 7,180 pts 6,626 pts

Ronald Richards Ronald Richards Roy Cheney Scott Kautz Itay Magidi Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz

2005 100m 200m 110mHH 400mIH 3000mSC Pole Vault Decathlon

10.52 21.06 14.23 51.29 8:41.69 16’6.75” 7,012 pts

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Men’s All-ACC Leaders All-ACC Honors (Indoor and Outdoor Combined) Name Total Ind Years Ato Modibo 15 12 1999-2002 James Trapp 14 8 1990-92 Shawn Crawford 12 10 1997-2000 Larry Ryans 11 8 1990-92, 94 Jacey Harper 11 7 2000-2003 Greg Hines 10 8 1995-98 Michael Green 10 7 1990-93 Davidson Gill 10 6 1995-96, 98-99 Tony Wheeler 10 6 1994-97 Terrance Herrington 9 8 1985,87-89 Kenny Franklin 9 6 1996-99 Andrew Beecher 9 4 1990-93 Doug Ameigh 8 8 1999-2002 Cormac Finnerty 8 8 1991-93 Mitch Greeley 8 8 2005-08 Eric Lander 8 8 1993-96 Adam Linkenauger 8 8 2003-07 Bryan Williams 8 8 1997-2000 Philip Greyling 8 7 1989-91 Travis Padgett 8 7 2006-08 Sultan Tucker 8 7 1998-2001 Wesley Russell 8 6 1992-93 Larry Griffin 8 5 2001-2004 Matt Helinski 7 7 1994-97 Todd Matthews 7 7 1999-2002 Dave Wittman 7 6 1988-91 Ron Richards 7 6 2002-05 Shawn Thomas 7 4 1994-97 Roy Cheney 6 6 2003-2006 Matt Clark 6 6 2004-05, 07-08 Jacoby Ford 6 6 2007-09 Duane Ross 6 5 1992-95 Otto Spain 6 4 2000-03 Airese Currie 6 3 2002-2004 Charles Allen 6 2 1997-2000 Note: Total includes individual All-ACC honors plus relay crowns.

Itay Magidi George Fields Jason Bell Mitch Greeley Brent Hobbs

2006 3000mSC Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Decathlon

8:55.49 24’9.75” 50’6” 16’2.75” 7,101 pts

C.J. Spiller Travis Padgett Matt Clark George Fields Jason Bell Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz

2007 100m 200m 5000m Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Decathlon

10.53 21.04 14:12.12 24’6.5” 51’4.5” 17’0.75” 7,139 pts

Jacoby Ford Travis Padgett Matt Clark Zach Berg Miller Moss Mike Feathers

2008 100m 200m 5000m Hammer Throw Decathlon Decathlon

10.43 20.83 14:17.90 188’6” 6,991 pts 6,582 pts

C.J. Spiller Trenton Guy Jacoby Ford Alex Padgett

2009 100m 100m 200m Hammer Throw

Spencer Adams Spencer Adams Xavier Tromp Josh Fowler Zach Berg Miller Moss

2010 110mHH 400mIH Pole Vault Long Jump Hammer Throw Decathlon

10.49 10.51 20.88 184’10” 13.88 52.14 18’0.5” 23’10.25” 208’3” 7,628 pts


WOMEN’S ALL-ACC HONORS Women’s All-ACC Leaders All-ACC Honors (Indoor and Outdoor Combined) Name Total Ind Years Kim Graham 18 12 1991-93 Jamine Moton 17 17 1998-99, 2001-02 Lisa Dillard 12 9 1989-91 Patricia Mamona 11 11 2007-Present Gisele Oliveira 11 11 2002-05 Shekera Weston 10 5 1997-99, 2001 Angel Fleetwood 10 3 1989-92 Nikkie Bouyer 10 7 1996, 1998-99 Mareike Ressing 10 9 1991,93,95 Silja Ulfarsdottir 9 6 2002-05 Jeannie Burris 7 7 1987-90 Nikki Sims 7 7 1994-97 Angela Dolby 7 7 1989-92 Treshell Mayo 7 5 1993-96 April Sinkler 6 6 2008-Present Simone Tomlinson 6 6 1995-98

Brittney Waller Ute Jamrozy

INDOOR 1988 3000m

9:30.96

Angela Dolby Lisa Dillard

1989 Shot Put 200m

47’7.25” 24.35

Jeannie Burris Lisa Dillard

1990 Shot Put 200m

47’1.5” 23.88

Lisa Dillard Angela Dolby Anne Evans Marcia Fletcher Marcia Fletcher

1991 55m Shot Put 3000m Triple Jump Long Jump

Angela Dolby Angel Fleetwood

1992 Shot Put 400m

Monyetta Haynesworth Kim Graham Mareike Ressing Tonya McKelvey

1993 55mH 55m Mile Long Jump

6.92 47’1.75” 9:25.66 42’3.25” 20’7”

Nikkie Bouyer Mandy McLane

1999 60mH Pole Vault

Kyana Elder Marcia Smith

2000 60mH 400m

Michelle Burgher Kyana Elder Mandy McLane

2001 400m 60mH Pole Vault

Terri Robinson Silja Ulfarsdottir Sheri Smith

2002 60m 400m Triple Jump

7.50 55.14 41’5.25”

Katie Pickett

2003 High Jump

5’7.75”

Silja Ulfarsdottir Della Clark

2004 400m Weight Throw

54.01 57’7”

Gisele Oliveira

2005 Long Jump

20’3”

46’9” 53.82 7.82 6.91 4:54.17 20’9.25”

Pam Ketter Mareike Ressing Courtney Singleton Courtney Singleton Nikki Sims

1994 55m 3000m Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put

Virginia Barnes Samantha Watt Mareike Ressing

1995 800m 400m 3,000m

2:14.41 56.29 9:44.90

Treshell Mayo Nikkie Bouyer Christine Engel

1996 55m 200m Mile

7.01 24.36 4:48.80

Nicole Sims Simone Tomlinson Shenita Wilson

1997 Shot Put 55m 400m

48’6.75” 6.96 54.74

Terri Robinson Shekera Weston Nikkie Bouyer Nikkie Bouyer Jamine Moton

1998 60m 400m 200m 60mH Shot Put

7.45 54.87 23.51 8.20 49’3”

Note: Total includes individual All-ACC honors plus relay crowns.

Della Clark

2006 Weight Throw

8.30 11’6.25” 8.38 54.07 55.21 8.40 12’7.5”

62’0.5”

Patricia Mamona Caroline Kennedy Della Clark

2007 Triple Jump Pole Vault Weight Throw

42’6” 12’5.5” 64’8”

Patricia Mamona Patricia Mamona

2008 Long Jump Triple Jump

19’10.75” 43’3.25”

Anastasia Wilson Patricia Mamona Nikola Lomnicka Patricia Mamona

2009 High Jump Triple Jump Weight Throw Pentathlon

5’9.25” 43’3” 61’10.25” 4,081 pts

Stormy Kendrick Brianna Rollins Patricia Mamona Brittney Waller

2010 60m 400m Triple Jump Weight Throw

7.44 54.01 43’11.75” 60’11.5”

Patricia Cuffee Helen Rogers Angela Dolby Nancy Taliaferro Lisa Parak

OUTDOOR 1988 Shot Put 10,000m

44’7” 34:58.47

1989 Shot Put Discus Javelin

45’1” 142’4” 146’6”

6.97 9:48.60 19’7.5” 40’9.75” 45’10.75”

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Anne Evans Michelle Scholtz

1990 3000m 10,000m

Patricia Cuffee Mareike Ressing Kim Graham Gail Groulx

1991 Shot Put 3000m 100m 10,000m

Angel Fleetwood Karen Hartmann Monyetta Haynesworth

1992 200m 3000m Triple Jump

23.52 9:40.62 20’9”

Treshell Mayo Mareike Ressing Monyetta Haynesworth

1993 400m 1500m Long Jump

54.01 4:24.90 20’5.25”

Sharia Clinkscales Mareike Ressing Denise Massey Jodie Phillips

1994 High Jump 3000m Discus Javelin

5’8.5” 9:47.71 147’4” 138’5”

Sharia Clinkscales Mareike Ressing

1995 High Jump 3,000m

5’9.25” 9:52.07

Aija Kortesoja Treshell Mayo Nikkie Bouyer Treshell Mayo Shenita Wilson Aija Kortesoja

1996 Shot Put 100m 100mH 200m 400m Heptathlon

48’ 5.25” 11.37 13.35 22.89 53.42 5183 pts

Simone Tomlinson Shenita Wilson Annu Montell Nikki Sims

1997 100m 400m Heptathlon Shot Put

12.01 52.98 5171 50’0.5”

Simone Tomlinson Megan Hartman Mandy McLane Jamine Moton

1998 200m 3000m Pole Vault Discus

Shekera Weston Julianne Littmann Nikkie Bouyer Mandy McLane Jamine Moton

Clemson’s Regional History

9:44.6 34:50.19 Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009

45’10.25” 9:43.14 11.72 35:05.62

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

East Region Champions Athlete Event Airese Currie 100m Itay Magidi 3000mSC George Kitchens Long Jump Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump Travis Padgett 100m Travis Padgett 100m Mitch Greeley Pole Vault Jacoby Ford 100m Murdock, Spiller 4x100m Guy, Ford

Mark 10.29 8:40.80 25’7.5” 44’10.75” 44’10.75” 10.00 10.09 17’9” 10.04 38.78

East Region Team Finishes Men (Pts) Women (Pts) 4th (51.33) 8th (26) 4th (45) 12th (15) 5th (35) 13th (17) 4th (42.5) DNS 6th (29) 21st (9) 5th (38) 25th (7.33) 9th (23) DNS

Note: From 2003-09, the NCAA employed a regionalqualifying process in order to determine participants for the outdoor national meet; DNS - Did not score; Bold denotes current student-athlete.

Linda Buchholz Silja Ulfarsdottir Gisele Oliveira

2004 400mH Long Jump

58.40 20’2.5”

Silja Ulfarsdottir Sara Young

2005 400mH Pole Vault

56.62 12’5.5”

Della Clark

2006 Hammer Throw

185’4”

23.24 9:59.30 10’4” 154’5”

Patricia Mamona Della Clark Linda Buchholz Liane Weber

2007 Triple Jump Hammer Throw Javelin Heptathlon

42’1.25” 183’5” 143’0” 5,337 pts

1999 200m 5000m 100mH Pole Vault Hammer

23.26 17:18.51 13.32 11’3.75” 178’2”

Patricia Mamona Patricia Mamona Bethanie Wachna

2008 Long Jump Triple Jump Javelin

19’10.25” 43’4.5” 141’0”

Kammi Blount Joana Costa LaShonda Cutchin Kyana Elder Nyjla Littlejohn

2000 Javelin Pole Vault 400m 100mH 400mH

142’8” 12’3.5” 53.50 13.62 59.68

Shekera Weston Michelle Burgher Nyjla Littlejohn

2001 200m 400m 400mH

Marcia Smith Silja Ulfarsdottir Antisha Anderson Jamine Moton Gisele Oliveira Sheri Smith

2002 400m 400m High Jump Discus Triple Jump Triple Jump

53.34 53.97 5’1.75” 156’2” 41’10.75” 43’0.5”

Joana Costa Lauren Nicholson Gisele Oliveira Katie Pickett

2003 Pole Vault Heptathlon Long Jump High Jump

12’4” 5,036 pts 20’6.5” 5’7”

Anastasia Wilson Linda Buchholz Nikola Lomnicka

2009 High Jump Javelin Hammer Throw

Stormy Kendrick Stormy Kendrick Brittany Pringley Kim Ruck Kim Ruck Caroline Kennedy Amy Morrison Patricia Mamona Brittney Waller Bethanie Wachna Linda Buchholz Patricia Mamona

2010 100m 200m 400m 5000m 10,000m Pole Vault Pole Vault Triple Jump Hammer Throw Javelin Javelin Heptathlon

Note: Current student-athletes denoted in bold.

Amy Morrison

23.27 52.89 58.76

2010-11 Tiger Track & Field

5’7” 148’5” 197’8” 11.25 22.83 53.72 16:38.05 34:20.28 12’9.5” 12’9.5” 43’7.75” 170’10” 160’8” 152’0” 5,247 pts


NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS INDOOR MEN Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site Detroit, MI Detroit, MI Pontiac, MI Pontiac, MI Syracuse, NY Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma City, OK Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR College Station, TX Fayetteville, AR

WOMEN Year Site 1981 Pocatello, ID 1983 Pontiac, MI 1985 Syracuse, NY 1986 Oklahoma City, OK 1987 Oklahoma City, OK 1989 Indianapolis, IN 1990 Indianapolis, IN 1991 Indianapolis, IN 1992 Indianapolis, IN 1993 Indianapolis, IN 1994 Indianapolis, IN 1995 Indianapolis, IN 1996 Indianapolis, IN 1997 Indianapolis, IN 1998 Indianapolis, IN 1999 Indianapolis, IN 2001 Fayetteville, AR 2002 Fayetteville, AR 2004 Fayetteville, AR 2005 Fayetteville, AR 2007 Fayetteville, AR 2008 Fayetteville, AR 2009 College Station, TX 2010 Fayetteville, AR

Champion Texas-El Paso (76) Texas-El Paso (76) Texas-El Paso (67) Southern Methodist (43) Arkansas (70) Arkansas (39) Arkansas (34) Arkansas (34) Arkansas (44) Arkansas (34) Arkansas (53) Arkansas (66) Arkansas (94) Arkansas (59) Arkansas (59) Arkansas (56) Arkansas (65) Arkansas (69.5) LSU (34) Tennessee (62.5) Arkansas (52) LSU (44.5) Arkansas (56) Arkansas (53) Wisconsin (40) Arizona State (44) Oregon (54) Florida (57) Champion Virginia (48) Nebraska (47) Florida State (34) Texas (31) LSU (49) LSU (49) Texas (50) LSU (48) Florida (50) LSU (49) LSU (48) LSU (40) LSU (52) LSU (49) Texas (60) Texas (61) UCLA (53 1/2) LSU (57) LSU (52) Tennessee (46) Arizona State (38) Arizona State (51) Tennessee (42) Oregon (61)

CU Finish T-37th (4) T-48th (2) T-37th (4) T-41st (2) 54th (1/4) T-18th (8) T-51st (1) 8th (19) 22nd (7) T-44th (2) 2nd (46) 2nd (30) 24th (8) 11th (19) T-25th (8) 3rd (26) 3rd (28) T-10th (16) T-20th (10) 7th (17) T-28th (8) T-56th (2) T-48th (2) T-65th (0.33) 15th (18) 12th (14) T-23rd (10) T-53rd (2) CU Finish No Score T-10th (10) 12th (16) 12th (16) No Score No Score T-41st (2) T-35th (1) T-22 (8) T-33rd (3) T-29th (3) No Score T-33rd (4) No Score T-31st (6) No Score T-3rd (30) T-21st (11) T-51st (1) T-21st (10) T-34th (6) No Score T-51st (3) T-7th (20)

OUTDOOR MEN Year 1964 1968 1969 1970 1977 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Site Eugene, OR Berkeley, CA Knoxville, TN Des Moines, IA Champaign, IL Austin, TX Baton Rouge, LA Provo, UT Houston, TX Eugene, OR Austin, TX Indianapolis, IN

Champion Oregon (70) USC (58) San Jose State (48) BYU, Kansas, Oregon (35) Arizona State (64) Texas-El Paso (69) Texas-El Paso (70) Texas-El Paso (105) Southern Methodist (104) Oregon (113) Arkansas (61) Southern Methodist (53)

CU Finish 52nd (1) T-38th (4) T-48th (1) T-39 (4) T-26th (7) T-30th (6) T-33rd (5) 19th (25) T-40th (13) T-75th (2) T-43rd (5) 30th (10.5)

Women’s 4x100 - 4th Place, 2010 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Baton Rouge, LA Eugene, OR Provo, UT Durham, NC Eugene, OR Austin, TX New Orleans, TX Boise, ID Knoxville, TN Eugene, OR Bloomington, IN Buffalo, NY Boise, ID Durham, NC Eugene, OR Baton Rouge, LA Sacramento, CA Austin, TX Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Des Moines, IA Fayetteville, AR Eugene, OR

WOMEN Year Site 1981 Austin, TX 1982 Provo, UT 1983 Houston, TX 1984 Eugene, OR 1985 Austin, TX 1986 Indianapolis, IN 1990 Durham, NC 1991 Eugene, OR 1992 Austin, TX 1993 New Orleans, LA 1994 Boise, ID 1995 Knoxville, TN 1996 Eugene, OR 1997 Bloomington, IN 1998 Buffalo, NY 1999 Boise, ID 2001 Eugene, OR 2002 Baton Rouge, LA 2003 Sacramento, CA 2004 Austin, TX 2005 Sacramento, CA 2007 Sacramento, CA 2008 Des Moines, IA 2009 Fayetteville, AR 2010 Eugene, OR

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UCLA (81) UCLA (82) LSU (53) LSU (44) Tennessee (51) Arkansas (60) Arkansas (69) Arkansas (83) Arkansas (61.5) Arkansas (55) Arkansas (55) Arkansas (58.5) Arkansas (59) Stanford (72) Tennessee (50) LSU (64) Arkansas (59) Arkansas (65.5) Arkansas (60) Florida State (67) Florida State (54) Florida State (52) Texas A&M (48) Texas A&M (55)

T-41st (7) T-15th (17) T-23rd (11) T-46th (7) T-13th (17) 12th (19) T-10th (23) 11th (19) T-10th (25) 17th (17) T-17th (15) T-11th (22) 19th (13) 10th (21) T-57th (3) T-4th (32) T-70th (1) T-68th (1) T-37th (6) T-26th (10) 24th (12) T-21st (12) T-40th (6) No Score

Champion Tennessee (61) UCLA (153) UCLA (116 1/2) Florida State (145) Oregon (52) Texas (65) LSU (53) LSU (78) LSU (87) LSU (93) LSU (86) LSU (69) LSU (81) LSU (63) Texas (60) Texas (62) USC (64) South Carolina (82) LSU (64) UCLA (69) Texas (55) Arizona State (60) LSU (67) Texas A&M (50) Texas A&M (72)

CU Finish No Score T-32nd (8) T-20th (20) No Score T-35th (5) T-23rd (11) 33rd (7) T-12th (17) 17th (15) T-26th (8) No Score No Score T-49th (3) T-38th (5) No Score T-41st (7) 7th (28) T-20th (12) T-36th (7) T-34th (6) T-32nd (8) No Score No Score No Score 18th (15) 73


MEN’S HONORS Student-Athlete Jerry Butler

Clemson Ring of Honor Years 1976-78

Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame Student-Athlete Years Jackie Calvert 1949-51 Jack Chandler 1920-25 Chip Clark 1942-46 Roger Collins 1968-70 Shawn Crawford 1997-2000 John Dunkelberg 1958-60 Mac Folger 1934-36 George Fritts 1940-42 Michael Green 1990-93 Jim Haughey 1979-83 Terrance Herrington 1985, 1987-89 Bill Hudson 1954-56 Bob Hudson 1948-51 Hans Koeleman 1980-83 William Lynn 1931-34 Banks McFadden 1937-40 Carter Newman 1924-27 Rock Norman (head coach) 1940-57 Bob Pollock (head coach) 1988-2008 Carl Pulkinen 1946-49 Wallace Roy 1924-26 Strom Thurmond 1921-23 James Trapp 1990-93 Jimmy Wynn 1962-64

Notable Men’s Champions

Inducted 1999 Inducted 1977 1984 1998 1978 2010 1976 1975 1977 2001 2003 2006 1984 1980 1995 1986 1973 1983 1974 2010 1987 1977 1983 2000 1982

50th Anniversary ACC Team Roger Collins 1969-70 Mike Columbus 1975-76, 1978 Shawn Crawford 1997-2000 Cormac Finnerty 1991-93 Michael Green 1990-93 Philip Greyling 1989-91 Terrance Herrington 1985, 1987-89 Hans Koeleman 1980-83 Duane Ross 1992-95 Wesley Russell 1992-93 James Trapp 1990-92 Sultan Tucker 1998-2001 Tony Wheeler 1994-97 Frank Howard Award Winners (Achievement bringing honor to Clemson University) Student-Athlete Years Honored Shawn Crawford 1997-2000 1997-98 1999-2000 Michael Green 1990-93 1991-92 Travis Padgett 2005-08 2006-07 2007-08 Jacoby Ford 2006-09 2008-09 University Athlete-of-the-Year Winners (Presented to Clemson’s most outstanding athlete based on athletic accomplishments with consideration given to character, leadership, and academics) Student-Athlete Years Honored Michael Green 1990-93 1992-93 Hans Koeleman 1980-83 1980-81 Duane Ross 1992-95 1994-95 James Trapp 1990-93 1991-92

IAAF World Champions Name Event (I/O) James Trapp 200m (I) Carlton Chambers 4x100m (O) Shawn Crawford 200m (I) USA Champions Name Event (I/O) Mark McKoy 60mHH (I) Terrance Herrington 1500m (O) James Trapp 200m (I) Duane Ross 60mHH (I) Shawn Crawford 200m (O) 60m (I) 200m (I)

Shawn Crawford 2010 Hall of Fame ACC Indoor Most Valuable Performer Student-Athlete Year(s) Philip Greyling 1990 Michael Green 1993 Shawn Crawford 1999, 2000 Jacey Harper 2001 Travis Padgett #2008 ACC Outdoor Most Valuable Performer Student-Athlete Year(s) Avery Nelson 1964 Julius Ogaro 1980 Hans Koeleman 1982, 1983 Greg Moses 1985 James Trapp 1990, 1992 Michael Green 1993 Shawn Crawford 1998, 2000 Dwight Thomas 2002 Travis Padgett #2008

Year 2004

IAAF World Junior Champions Name Event (I/O) Tony Wheeler 200m (O)

Year(s) 1994

USA Junior Champions Name Event (I/O) Terrance Herrington 1500m (O) Jeremichael Williams 110mHH (O) Todd Matthews 110mHH (O)

Year(s) 1985 1995 1998

George Kitchens Travis Padgett

2002 2006

All-ACC Academic Team Student-Athlete Danny Alge Mike Feathers Bryce Iverson Andrew Kessler Brian Knapp Miller Moss

Year 2006 2007, 2008 2007 2006 2006 2008

All-ACC Indoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Daniel Inge Miller Moss C.J. Spiller Xavier Tromp

Year 2009 2010 2009 2010

ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Ato Modibo Adam Linkenauger Jacoby Ford

Year 2000 2004 2007

All-ACC Outdoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Warren Fraser Bryce Iverson Miller Moss Xavier Tromp

ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Ato Modibo

Year 1999

Note: The ACC began naming Performer-of-the-Year in both track and field events in 2007; # denotes MVP in track.

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Student-Athlete Years Honored Danny Alge 2004-06 2006 Doug Ameigh 1999-2002 2002 Cormac Finnerty 1989-93 1991 Rick Hill 2001-04 2002, 2003 Mike Kauffman 1993-94 1993, 1994 Dov Kremer 1987-90 1991

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Year(s) 1986 1989, 1991 1993 1998 2001, 2004, 2009 2004 2002

U.S. Olympic Trial Champions Name Event Shawn Crawford 200m

ACC Outstanding Senior Scholarship Male Athlete Student-Athlete Years Honored Trent Kirk 1994-97 1997-98

Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholars Student-Athlete Years Honored Anthony Knight 1990-93 1993 Dov Kremer 1987-90 1991 Henrik Skov 1985-88 1989

Year(s) 1993 1997 2001

Miller Moss 2010-11 Tiger Track & Field

Year 2010 2010 2009-10 2010


WOMEN’S HONORS Notable Women’s Champions

Stormy Kendrick

IAAF World Champions Name Event (I/O) Kim Graham 4x400m (O) Michelle Burgher 4x400m (O) Name Kim Graham

USA Champions Event (I/O) 400m (O)

IAAF World Junior Champions Name Event (I/O) Stormy Kendrick 200m, 4x100m (O)

Karine Farias Caroline Kennedy Patricia Mamona Nikola Lomnicka Amy Morrison Kim Ruck Liane Weber

Stormy won gold in the 200m and 4x100m at the 2010 World Juniors! CLICK TO VIEW PHOTOS Clemson Ring of Honor Student-Athlete Years Tina Krebs 1982-87 Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame Student-Athlete Years Wayne Coffman (head coach) 1984-98 Lisa Dillard 1988-91 Cindy Duarte 1980-84 Angel Fleetwood 1989-92 Kim Graham 1989-93 Ute Jamrozy 1985-88 Tina Krebs 1982-87

Inducted 2003 Inducted 2006 2001 2010 2008 1998 2000 1993

50th Anniversary ACC Team Nikkie Bouyer 1996, 1998-99 Lisa Dillard 1988-91 Angela Dolby 1989-92 Angel Fleetwood 1989-92 Kim Graham 1989-93 Karen Hartmann 1992-95 Monyetta Haynesworth 1992-93 Tina Krebs 1982-87 Cydonie Mothersill 2001 Jamine Moton 1998-2002 Mareike Ressing 1991-95 Shekera Weston 1997-99, 2001 Frank Howard Award Winners (Achievement bringing honor to Clemson University) Student-Athlete Years Honored Lisa Dillard 1988-91 1990 Kim Graham 1989-93 1993 Tina Krebs 1982-87 1986 Cydonie Mothersill 2000-01 2001 Jamine Moton 1998-2002 2002 Patricia Mamona 2007-Present 2010 University Athlete-of-the-Year Winners (Presented to Clemson’s most outstanding athlete based on athletic accomplishments with consideration given to character, leadership, and academics) Student-Athlete Years Honored Lisa Dillard 1988-91 1989-90 Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholars Student-Athlete Years Honored Gisele Oliveira 2002-05 2005 Jodie Phillips 1992-95 1995

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Student-Athlete Years Honored Jennifer Barton 2003-06 2006 Tina Krebs 1982-87 1986 Patricia Mamona 2007-Present 2010 Gisele Oliveira 2002-05 2004, 2005 Liane Weber 2007-Present 2010

Year 1995 2001 Year 1998 Year 2010

2010 2009, 2010 2009, 2010 2009 2009, 2010 2010 2009, 2010

All-ACC Outdoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Year Linda Buchholz 2009, 2010 Karine Farias 2010 Caroline Kennedy 2009, 2010 Alyssa Kulik 2010 Nikola Lomnicka 2009 Patricia Mamona 2010 Amy Morrison 2010 Kim Ruck 2009, 2010 Liane Weber 2010 Note: The ACC began naming Most Valuable Performer in both track and field events in 2007; ^ denotes field event MVP.

ACC Indoor Most Valuable Performer Student-Athlete Year(s) Kim Graham 1992 Karen Hartmann 1993 Jamine Moton 2001 April Sinkler ^2009, ^2010 ACC Outdoor Most Valuable Performer Student-Athlete Year(s) Kim Graham 1991-93 Nikki Sims 1995 Cydonie Mothersill 2001 Jamine Moton 2002 April Sinkler ^2010 ACC Outdoor Field Athlete-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Patricia Mamona

Year 2010

ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Liane Weber Brianna Rollins

Year 2007 2010

ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Erin Nett Stormy Kendrick

Year 1999 2010

All-ACC Academic Team Student-Athlete Jennifer Barton Linda Buchholz Randi Hinton Caroline Kennedy Patricia Mamona Liane Weber Bethanie Wachna All-ACC Indoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Linda Buchholz

Year 2006 2007 2006 2007, 2008 2008 2007 2008 Year 2010

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MEN’S INDOOR PERFORMANCE LIST 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Michael Green David Collins James Trapp Greg Moses Travis Padgett Shawn Crawford Jacey Harper Carlton Chambers Larry Griffin Eugene Lee

55 Meters 6.08 6.15 6.16 6.16 6.17 6.20 6.21 6.24 6.24 6.26

1992 2001 1992 1989 2007 1998 2003 1997 2002 2002

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Jacoby Ford Michael Green Shawn Crawford Travis Padgett C.J. Spiller Dwight Thomas Larry Griffin Corey Brown David Collins Ronald Richards Trenton Guy

60 Meters 6.51 6.55 6.56 6.56 6.58 6.64 6.65 6.65 6.66 6.68 6.68

2009 1993 2000 2007 2008 2002 2003 2006 2000 2005 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

55 Meter High Hurdles Duane Ross 7.09 Larry Ryans 7.12 Jeremichael Williams 7.18 Anthony Knight 7.21 Sultan Tucker 7.21 Greg Hines 7.23 Todd Matthews 7.23 Roy Cheney 7.29 Shauntae Lovings 7.38 Ian Potter 7.47 Lydell Perry 7.47

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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60 Meter High Hurdles Duane Ross 7.60 Sultan Tucker 7.69 Todd Matthews 7.73 Roy Cheney 7.77 Jeremichael Williams 7.79 Spencer Adams 7.80 Dwight Thomas 7.81 Charles Allen 7.85 Charlton Rolle 7.86 Ian Potter 7.88 Shawn Crawford James Trapp Michael Green Tony Wheeler Jacey Harper Dwight Thomas Greg Moses Jacoby Ford Kenny Franklin Trenton Guy

200 Meters 20.26 20.66 20.72 20.90 20.96 21.00 21.12 21.18 21.20 21.21

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ato Modibo Shawn Crawford Tony Wheeler Charles Allen Shawn Thomas

300 Meters 33.42 33.59 33.84 33.87 34.22

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Wesley Russell Ato Modibo Otto Spain Clarence Richards Marcus Black Dion Wafford Travis Swaggard Shawn Thomas Michael Bolling Kendrick Roach

400 Meters 45.92 46.00 46.63 46.92 47.52 47.61 47.68 47.81 47.81 47.96

1995 1992 1997 1992 2000 1998 2002 2005 2002 2001 2005 1995 2001 2001 2004 1998 2010 2002 2000 2010 2001 2000 1992 1992 1995 2001 2002 1989 2009 1998 2009 1999 1999 1994 1997 1995 1993 1999 2003 1995 1986 1990 2009 1997 2004 1991

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ato Modibo Marcus Black Davidson Gill Kenny Franklin Aaron Haynes

500 Meters 1:01.80 1:02.04 1:02.14 1:02.38 1:03.55

1999 1985 1999 1999 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

800 Meters Andrew Beecher 1:48.27 Kendrick Roach 1:49.70 Terrance Herrington 1:49.71 Davidson Gill 1:49.99 Philip Greyling 1:50.00 Marcus Hodge 1:50.54 Dave Wittman 1:50.50 Chris Slate 1:51.33 Fred Sharpe 1:51.58 Jasen Turnbull 1:52.06

1992 1994 1989 1999 1989 2002 1990 2010 2000 2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1000 Meters Terrance Herrington 2:22.42 Wybo Lelieveld 2:23.87 Lennie Krichko 2:25.40 Mike Radziwinski 2:27.34 Dave Wittman 2:27.76

1985 1982 1978 1989 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Wybo Lelieveld Martin Flynn Stijn Jaspers Philip Greyling Mike Kauffman Cormac Finnerty Paul McCaffrey Itay Magidi Esteban Diaz Ryan Demers

One Mile 3:59.20 4:00.90 4:01.82 4:01.86 4:03.39 4:03.72 4:04.69 4:05.13 4:06.12 4:07.38

3000 Meters Itay Magidi 7:54.11 Yehezkel Halifa 7:59.79 Cormac Finnerty 7:59.89 Mogens Guldberg 8:04.04 Matt Clark 8:04.20 Peter Van de Kerkove 8:06.22 Derrick Wyatt 8:06.23 Joe Gibson 8:16.30 Larry Clark 8:16.97 Jason Meany 8:17.07 5000 Meters Robert deBrouwer 13:32.00 Yehezkel Halifa 13:49.22 Dov Kremer 13:51.58 Itay Magidi 14:03.60 Matt Clark 14:04.16 Larry Clark 14:08.24 Peter Van de Kerkove 14:08.41 Derrick Wyatt 14:18.09 Jorge Pacheco 14:19.30 Jason Meany 14:24.40

1. 2. 3.

4x400 Meter Relay Harper, Thomas, 3:06.67 Spain, Modibo Gill, Richards 3:07.34 Wheeler, Francis Allen, Franklin 3:07.80 Gill, Modibo

1. 2. 3.

Distance Medley Relay Tooman, Haynes 9:41.64 Gill, Diaz Connelly, Modibo 9:44.44 Sharpe, Demers McMillan, Haynes 9:53.36 Arnold, Diaz

1983 1987 1983 1990 1993 1992 1988 2007 1999 2000 2007 1988 1992 1985 2007 1986 2005 1998 1991 2003 1985 1989 1989 2005 2008 1990 1986 2005 1991 2002 2002 1995 1999

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Adam Linkenauger Victor Smalls John Thorp Doug Ameigh Malcolm Reynolds Shelton Boyer George Milton Terrance McDaniel Shane Stroup Josh Scott

High Jump 7’3.75” (2.23m) 7’3.75” (2.23m) 7’3.25” (2.22m) 7’3” (2.21m) 7’2.5” (2.20m) 7’2” (2.18m) 7’2” (2.18m) 7’1.75” (2.17m) 7’0.5” (2.14m) 6’11” (2.10m)

2006 1985 1995 2002 2001 1986 1987 2003 1977 1997

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Mitch Greeley Xavier Tromp Eric Lander Chris Spear Jeff Fields Nathan Fields David Hartzler Ryan Lewis Benjamin Hess Andrew Kessler

Pole Vault 18’1” (5.51m) 17’7.75” (5.38m) 17’5.75” (5.33m) 17’2.25” (5.24m) 17’1.5” (5.22m) 16’8.75” (5.10m) 16’8.75” (5.10m) 16’8.75” (5.10m) 16’8.75” (5.10m) 16’8.75” (5.10m)

2008 2010 1995 2009 1991 1994 1997 2000 2001 2006

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9.

George Kitchens Kai Maull Rodney Keasler Antwoine Welcome George Fields Josh Fowler Kelvin Sykes Terrence Parks Larry Armstead Shelton Boyer

Long Jump 25’4.75” (7.74m) 25’1.75” (7.66m) 24’11.25” (7.60m) 24’10.5” (7.58m) 24’9.25” (7.55m) 24’7.75” (7.51m) 24’7.25” (7.49m) 24’5” (7.44m) 24’4.5” (7.42m) 24’1.5” (7.35m)

2005 2001 1987 1991 2007 2010 1986 1986 1993 1987

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bryan Williams Kelvin Sykes Jason Bell Larry Armstead Tony Lloyd Kai Maull Tony Jones Mickey Sheats Josh Fowler Brit Barrow

Triple Jump 52’5.25” (15.98m) 52’3.5” (15.93m) 52’1.75” (15.89m) 50’11.5” (15.53m) 50’9.5” (15.48m) 50’7.25” (15.42m) 50’3.75” (15.33m) 49’9.25” (15.17m) 49’7.25” (15.12m) 49’7” (15.11m)

1999 1987 2005 1993 1998 2001 1989 2005 2009 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Spiritoso Derek Gilson Rob Venier Scott Erbach Alex Padgett Matt Lombardi John Boobas Matt Helinski Ray Sahadi Greg Benz

Shot Put 64’11.5” (19.80m) 59’11” (18.26m) 57’11.75” (17.67m) 57’7.25” (17.55m) 57’5.5” (17.51m) 56’11.25” (17.35m) 56’8” (17.27m) 55’11” (17.04m) 55’5.5” (16.90m) 55’4.5” (16.87m)

1987 2004 1988 1992 2010 2004 1988 1997 1976 1968

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

35 Lb. Weight Throw Zach Berg 66’11.5” (20.41m) Alex Padgett 65’4” (19.93m) Matt Helinski 63’8.25” (19.41m) Mike Neary 62’1.75” (18.94m) Danny Alge 61’0.75” (18.61m) Brett Varner 59’8.25” (18.19m) David Schenek 58’4.75” (17.80m) Colt Hodge 56’11.5” (17.36m) Derek Gilson 56’3.75” (17.16m) Stephen White 55’3” (16.84m)

2010 2010 1997 1991 2006 2002 2001 2002 2004 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Miller Moss Ryan Koontz Rick Hill Brent Hobbs Ryan Hunter

1998 2000 1997

Heptathlon 5,699 pts 5,569 pts 5,528 pts 5,427 pts 5,179 pts

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MEN’S OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE LIST 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Travis Padgett Jacoby Ford Michael Green James Trapp Shawn Crawford Dwight Thomas Carlton Chambers Greg Moses Jacey Harper Airese Currie C.J. Spiller

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Travis Padgett Jacoby Ford Michael Green James Trapp Shawn Crawford

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Shawn Crawford James Trapp Tony Wheeler Travis Padgett Desai Williams Greg Moses Dwight Thomas Marcus Black Kenny Franklin Ronald Richards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tony Wheeler Shawn Crawford James Trapp Travis Padgett Desai Williams

100 Meters 9.89# 10.01 10.02 10.04 10.15 10.17 10.19 10.20 10.21 10.22 10.22 All-Conditions Bests 9.89# 10.01 10.01 (wind-aided) 10.03 (wind-aided) 10.15 200 Meters 20.09 20.17 20.23 20.32 20.35 20.41 20.45 20.50 20.60 20.64 All-Conditions Bests 20.07 (wind-aided) 20.09 20.17 20.32 20.35

2008 2009 1992 1991 1998 2002 1996 1985 2001 2004 2009 2008 2009 1993 1992 1998 2000 1992 1996 2008 1980 1985 2001 1986 1998 2005 1996 2000 1992 2008 1980

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ato Modibo Wesley Russell Tony Wheeler Otto Spain Shawn Thomas Clarence Richards Kenny Franklin Marcus Black Michael Bolling Corey Brown

400 Meters 44.87 45.22 45.37 45.57 45.86 45.94 46.09 46.56 46.66 46.76

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Terrance Herrington Davidson Gill Andrew Beecher Kendrick Roach Philip Greyling Chris Slate Cornel Messam Wybo Lelieveld Jasen Turnbull Mike Connelly

800 Meters 1:46.38 1:47.03 1:47.37 1:48.39 1:49.06 1:49.28 1:49.30 1:49.40 1:49.62 1:50.05

1988 1999 1992 1994 1989 2010 1982 1982 2010 2000

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Terrance Herrington Philip Greyling Wybo Lelieveld Mike Kauffman Dov Kremer Mogens Guldberg Itay Magidi Martin Flynn Dave Wittman John Everett

1500 Meters 3:38.57 3:41.25 3:41.68 3:43.15 3:43.96 3:44.00 3:44.17 3:44.30 3:44.44 3:45.57

1987 1990 1983 1994 1988 1985 2005 1986 1991 1987

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Martin Flynn Cormac Finnerty Terry Goodenough Jim Haughey Larry Clark Dov Kremer Matt Clark Hans Koeleman Jason Meany Joe Gibson

5000 Meters 13:42.00 13:48.45 13:49.94 13:51.10 13:55.68 13:56.40 13:57.27 14:04.50 14:06.39 14:09.71

1986 1991 1980 1982 1990 1988 2007 1982 2000 1999

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Matt Clark Yehezkel Halifa Terry Goodenough Julius Ogaro Jim Haughey

10,000 Meters 28:49.77 28:56.80 29:08.13 29:14.50 29:16.43

2008 1988 1981 1981 1981

2001 1993 1997 2003 1997 1994 1999 1986 2004 2008

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Itay Magidi John Doherty Iain Campbell Larry Clark Kevin Hogan

29:29.34 29:33.88 29:51.67 29:54.48 30:07.71

2006 1991 1984 1990 1993

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3000 Meter Steeplechase Julius Ogaro 8:32.75 Itay Magidi 8:34.12 Hans Koeleman 8:35.90 David Wittman 8:42.79 Rim Cox 8:49.00 Noyes Livingston 8:53.20 Matt Hughes 8:59.83 Ryan Fenton 9:02.01 Martin Flynn 9:06.08 John Everett 9:12.60

1981 2005 1983 1991 1990 1988 2008 2004 1985 1986

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

110 Meter High Hurdles Duane Ross 13.32 Jeremichael Williams 13.48 Todd Matthews 13.53 Anthony Knight 13.64 Greg Hines 13.65 Sultan Tucker 13.69 Larry Ryans 13.71 Dwight Thomas 13.74 Spencer Adams 13.79 Charlton Rolle 13.81 All-Conditions Bests Duane Ross 13.32 Jeremichael Williams 13.48 Todd Matthews 13.53 Larry Ryans 13.61 (wind-aided) Anthony Knight 13.64

1995 1997 2002 1992 1993

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

400 Meter Intermediate Hurdles Mitchel Francis 49.85 Greg Hines 49.85 Aaron Haynes 50.06 Marcus Phillips 50.21 Scott Kautz 50.24 Fred Sharpe 50.43 Dion Wafford 50.84 Andrew Porter 51.36 Rashad Gardner 51.51 Michael Bolling 51.61

1995 1998 1997 1997 2005 2000 1990 2007 2005 2004

1. 2. 3.

Murdock, Spiller Guy, Ford Currie, Spain Harper, Thomas Williams, Wheeler Chambers, Allen

1. 2. 3.

Allen, Franklin Gill, Modibo Gill, Thomas Haynes, Wheeler Phillips, Haynes Thomas, Wheeler

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

Victor Smalls Shelton Boyer John Thorp Malcolm Reynolds Adam Linkenauger Ed Fern Terrance McDaniel Bryan Williams Doug Ameigh Shane Stroup

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Xavier Tromp Mitch Greeley Jeff Fields Jorge Tienda Andrew Kessler Chris Spear Ryan Lewis David Hartzler Adam Godfrey Benjamin Hess

1. George Kitchens 2. Chris Michael 3. Kai Maull

1995 1997 2002 1993 1998 2001 1992 2002 2010 2010

4x100 Meter Relay 38.77

2009

38.82

2002

38.92

1997

4x400 Meter Relay 3:03.67

1996

3:04.69

1997

Pole Vault 18’0.5” (5.50m) 17’10.5” (5.45m) 17’4.5” (5.30m) 17’2.75” (5.25m) 17’1” (5.21m) 17’0.75” (5.20m) 16’10.75” (5.14m) 16’9.25” (5.11m) 16’8.75” (5.09m) 16’8.75” (5.09m) Long Jump 25’10.75” (7.89m) 25’9” (7.84m) 25’7.25” (7.80m)

Shelton Boyer Darwin Rencher Frank Holland Terrance Parks Rodney Keasler George Fields Josh Fowler Jeff Jones

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jason Bell Larry Armstead Kelvin Sykes Josh Fowler Brit Barrow Bryan Williams Joey Smith Terrance McDaniel Kai Maull Tony Jones

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Spiritoso Scott Erbach Derek Gilson Alex Padgett Jack Harkness Matt Lombardi John Boobas Matt Helinski Greg Benz Keith Rzeuwski

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jack Harkness Mike Columbus Eric Snow Derek Gilson Rob Venier Andy Giesler Dick Dodds Colt Hodge Matt Lombardi Terry Pridgen

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Zach Berg Alex Padgett Matt Helinski Danny Alge Colt Hodge Mike Neary Brett Varner David Schenek Derek Gilson Andy Peterson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Frank Crossen Tom Gray Eric Lander Greg Burch Damian DiCola Scott Pauga Brandon Holmes Andy Giesler Clayton Curtis Tom Hopkins

1986 1983 1995 2001 2007 1976 2003 1999 2001 1978 2010 2008 1990 1998 2006 2008 2002 1997 1991 2000

25’1.5” (7.65m) 25’1” (7.64m) 24’11.75” (7.61m) 24’11.5” (7.60m) 24’11” (7.59m) 24’9.75” (7.56m) 24’9.25” (7.55m) 24’9.25” (7.55m)

1986 1985 1991 1986 1989 2008 2010 1983

Triple Jump 51’11.75” (15.84m) 51’9” (15.77m) 51’7.25” (15.73m) 51’4.5” (15.66m) 51’1” (15.57m) 50’10.25” (15.50m) 50’7” (15.41m) 50’4.75” (15.36m) 50’2.5” (15.30m) 50’1.25” (15.27m)

2006 1992 1987 2010 2002 2000 1981 2002 2000 1987

Shot Put 68’4.25” (20.83m) 60’8.75” (18.51m) 58’3.75” (17.77m) 57’9.75” (17.62m) 57’7” (17.55m) 56’1.75” (17.11m) 56’1.25” (17.10m) 55’11” (17.04m) 55’4.25” (16.87m) 52’10.75” (16.12m)

1986 1991 2004 2010 1982 2004 1988 1997 1968 2000

Discus

1999

3:03.74

High Jump 7’6.25” (2.29m) 7’4” (2.23m) 7’3.25” (2.22m) 7’2.5” (2.20m) 7’1.75” (2.18m) 7’1.75” (2.18m) 7’1.5” (2.17m) 7’1” (2.15m) 7’1” (2.15m) 7’0.5” (2.14m)

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

203’4” (61.98m) 190’10” (58.18m) 173’5” (52.86m) 170’10” (52.07m) 168’9” (51.44m) 166’11” (50.87m) 166’5” (50.72m) 164’0” (49.98m) 163’9” (49.91m) 162’3” (49.45m)

1982 1977 1980 2004 1988 2001 1965 2002 2002 1993

Hammer 210’7” (64.19m) 207’5” (63.23m) 204’1” (62.20m) 201’7” (61.45m) 191’11” (58.50m) 179’9” (54.78m) 179’7” (54.73m) 174’11” (53.31m) 168’2” (51.25m) 166’4” (50.69m)

2010 2010 1997 2006 2002 1991 2002 2001 2004 1996

Javelin

1. 2. 4. 5.

224’5” (68.40m) 221’6” (67.52m) 220’4” (67.16m) 213’1” (64.96m) 211’6” (64.46m) 206’7” (62.97m) 200’8” (61.17m) 198’11” (60.62m) 196’9” (59.97m) 196’5” (59.86m) Old Weight Bests Roger Collins 269’1” (82.02m) Stewart Ralph 266’5” (81.20m) Mike Hartle 266’5” (81.20m) Kenneth Patterson 254’11” (77.70m) Van Weise 246’1” (75.00m)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Miller Moss Andy Giesler Eric Lander Fred Worthy Ryan Koontz Rick Hill Josh Scott Eric Olson Brent Hobbs Mark Jellison

Decathlon 7,628 pts 7,619 pts 7,615 pts 7,478 pts 7,371 pts 7,327 pts 7,288 pts 7,196 pts 7,180 pts 6,906 pts

1989 1988 1996 1994 1997 2009 2005 2001 2004 1996 1969 1976 1982 1985 1980 2010 2001 1996 1982 2006 2003 1997 1984 2004 2000

Note: Bold indicates current student-athlete; # - collegiate record.

2003 1985 1999

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WOMEN’S INDOOR PERFORMANCE LIST 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Simone Tomlinson Lisa Dillard Gail Prescod Kim Graham Terri Robinson Cydonie Mothersill Shekera Weston Pam Ketter Treshell Mayo Monique Everett Tara Henderson

55 Meters 6.79 6.84 6.84 6.85 6.85 6.86 6.89 6.97 6.97 7.03 7.03

60 Meters 1. Simone Tomlinson 7.28 2. Shekera Weston 7.34 3. Stormy Kendrick 7.40 Terri Robinson 7.40 5. Kristine Scott 7.42 Cydonie Mothersill 7.42 7. Treshell Mayo 7.47 8. Shenita Wilson 7.49 9. Simone Brown 7.51 10. Shannon Murray 7.55 200 Meters 1. Cydonie Mothersill 22.84 2. Treshell Mayo 23.50 3. Nikkie Bouyer 23.51 4. Kim Graham 23.57 5. Shekera Weston 23.62 6. Brianna Rollins 23.69 7. LaShonda Cutchin 23.74 8. Silja Ulfarsdottir 23.79 9. Lisa Dillard 23.88 10. Stormy Kendrick 23.89

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Mile 1996 1989 1993 1993 1997 2001 1998 1994 1993 1992 1989 1998 1998 2010 1998 2010 2001 1996 1997 1999 2002 2001 1996 1998 1993 1999 2010 2001 2004 1990 2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Brianna Rollins Shenita Wilson Shekera Weston Silja Ulfarsdottir Kristine Scott

300 Meters 37.90 38.14 38.28 38.29 38.49

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Shekera Weston Silja Ulfarsdottir Shenita Wilson Angel Fleetwood Brianna Rollins Marcia Smith LaShonda Cutchin Samantha Watt Shakirah Rutherford Michelle Burgher

400 Meters 53.36 53.51 53.77 53.82 54.01 54.07 54.39 54.45 54.62 54.64

1999 2005 1997 1992 2010 2000 2000 1998 2004 2001

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

LaShonda Cutchin Brittany Pringley Shakirah Rutherford Christina Smith Brianna Rollins

500 Meters 1:12.96 1:12.99 1:13.20 1:13.60 1:14.47

1999 2010 2004 2004 2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Karen Hartmann Tina Krebs Ane Skak Perry Fields Christine Engel Virginia Barnes Julianne Littman Kirsti Voldness Patrice McMillan Michelle Burgher

800 Meters 2:04.55 2:06.09 2:07.14 2:10.42 2:12.00 2:12.16 2:12.49 2:12.62 2:12.90 2:13.03

1992 1985 1991 2001 1996 1995 1999 1985 2006 2001

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1000 Meters Candice Johnson 2:57.59 Joanie Castagno 2:59.04 Shannon Schoppman 2:59.36 Brantley Epps 2:59.78 Anne Stowell 3:01.40

2009 2009 2000 1999 2000

2010 1996 1997 2004 2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tina Krebs Perry Fields Karen Hartmann Elsa Breit Mareike Ressing Christine Engel Kris Salt Kim Ruck Julianne Littman Alyssa Kulik

4:38.30 4:43.26 4:44.49 4:45.62 4:46.08 4:48.62 4:50.79 4:54.96 4:55.08 4:55.96

1986 2001 1992 1988 1993 1996 1991 2010 1999 2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ute Jamrozy Kerry Robinson Anne Evans Mareike Ressing Kim Ruck Elsa Breit Tina Jensen Maiken Jensen Beth Ahern Jenna Baker

3000 Meters 9:15.04 9:25.30 9:25.66 9:26.10 9:30.21 9:44.20 9:48.27 9:51.36 9:54.14 9:55.43

1987 1983 1991 1994 2010 1988 1997 1997 2000 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kim Ruck Erika Van Reenen Michelle Scholtz Helen Rogers Gail Groulz Beth Ahern Sunday Ford Jenna Baker Michelle Sosnowski Laura Laughlin

5000 Meters 16:01.24 16:54.87 17:02.58 17:08.75 17:26.00 17:27.04 17:48.77 17:50.19 17:56.00 17:57.15

2010 2000 1989 1989 1991 1999 2008 2009 1992 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

55 Meter Hurdles Nikkie Bouyer 7.57 Monique Everett 7.74 Monyetta Haynesworth 7.79 Kyana Elder 7.84 Nyjla Littlejohn 7.86 Marcia Fletcher 7.86 Polly Hardy 7.89 Tiffany Myers 8.04 Jane Hale 8.08 Krystal Barringer 8.13

1998 1992 1993 2000 2000 1991 2008 1994 1995 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

60 Meter Hurdles Brianna Rollins 8.17 Nikkie Bouyer 8.20 Michaylin Golladay 8.26 Kyana Elder 8.38 Polly Hardy 8.39 Patricia Mamona 8.41 Krystal Barringer 8.45 Jelyn Quick 8.49 Lauren Nicholson 8.50 Nyjla Littlejohn 8.50

2010 1998 2010 2000 2007 2009 2008 2004 2004 2000

1. 1. 2.

4x400 Meter Relay Pringley, Rollins 3:33.93 Austin, Edgerson Ulfarsdottir, Cousins, 3:34.76 Hinton, Hill Burgher, Mothersill 3:34.83 Smith, Weston

1. 2. 3.

Distance Medley Relay Barnes, Avery, 11:48.46 Engel, Ressing McMillan, Johnson 11:52.70 Dix, Phillips Kulik, Golladay 11:53.82 Sapp, Ruck

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7.

April Sinkler Linda Buchholz Anastasia Wilson Sharia Clinkscales Katie Pickett Liane Weber Katja Pettinen

High Jump 6’0.75” (1.85m) 5’10” (1.78m) 5’10” (1.78m) 5’9.75” (1.77m) 5’8.75” (1.75m) 5’8” (1.73m) 5’7” (1.70m)

2010 2005

8. Patricia Mamona 9. Jennifer Thalmann 10. Annu Montell

2006 2010

2010 2010 2009 1997 2004 2010 1995

2010-11 Tiger Track & Field

2009 1995 1997

1. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10.

Caroline Kennedy Amy Morrison Beth Jordan Mandy McLane Joana Costa Sara Young Emily Barlage Erin Nett Carlin Bartlett Helen Kirkland Kathleen Majester

Pole Vault 12’11.5” (3.95m) 12’11.5” (3.95m) 12’9.5” (3.90m) 12’7.5” (3.85m) 12’5.5” (3.80m) 12’5.5” (3.80m) 12’5.5” (3.80m) 11’11.75” (3.65m) 11’9.75” (3.60m) 11’5.75” (3.50m) 11’5.75” (3.50m)

2010 2010 2006 2001 2002 2005 2009 1999 2010 2007 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Long Jump April Sinkler 21’6” (6.55m) Monyetta Haynesworth 21’3” (6.48m) Gisele Oliveira 20’10.75” (6.37m) Tonya McKelvey 20’10.25” (6.36m) Marcia Fletcher 20’7” (6.27m) Terri Robinson 20’5.25” (6.23m) Patricia Mamona 20’4.5” (6.21m) Jasmine Brunson 20’1.5” (6.13m) Courtney Singleton 19’11” (6.07m) Trevi Frazier 19’9.5” (6.03m)

2010 1992 2004 1993 1991 1999 2009 2010 1994 1997

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Patricia Mamona Gisele Oliveira April Sinkler Sheri Smith Nanette Holloway Marcia Fletcher Trevi Frazier Jessica Hartikainen Michelle Rogers Courtney Singleton

Triple Jump 45’5.25” (13.85m) 45’1.75” (13.76m) 43’7.25” (13.29m) 42’5.5” (12.94m) 42’4” (12.90m) 42’3.25” (12.88m) 41’5” (12.62m) 41’4.25” (12.60m) 41’3.75” (12.59m) 40’9.75” (12.43m)

2010 2005 2010 2002 1992 1991 1997 1998 2005 1994

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jamine Moton Nikki Sims Aija Kortesoja Angela Dolby Patricia Cuffee Jeannie Burris Jackie Hudgins Della Clark Cindy Trzcinski Nancy Taliaferro

Shot Put 56’7.5” (17.26m) 52’0.75” (15.87m) 49’1.5” (14.97m) 48’4.5” (14.74m) 48’2.75” (14.70m) 47’9.75” (14.57m) 46’6.25” (14.18m) 45’9.25” (13.95m) 45’5” (13.84m) 45’1.75” (13.76m)

2002 1996 1997 1992 1991 1989 2002 2006 1998 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

20 lb Weight Throw Della Clark 68’5” (20.85m) Jamine Moton 68’0.5” (20.73m) Nikola Lomnicka 61’10.25” (18.85m) Brittney Waller 60’11.5” (18.58m) Krystal Woods 58’4” (17.78m) Rochelle Kokayko 58’1.25” (17.71m) Mikaela Patterson 55’3.75” (16.86m) Catheryne Porter 53’11.75” (16.45m) Jackie Hudgins 52’4” (15.95m) Mary Gosselin 50’8.25” (15.45m)

2007 2001 2009 2010 2006 2006 2005 2007 2002 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pentathlon Liane Weber 4,262 pts Patricia Mamona 4,081 pts Linda Buchholz 3,870 pts Karine Farias 3,709 pts Lauren Nicholson 3,676 pts Michaylin Golladay 3,447 pts Renata Miyamoto 3,410 pts Antisha Anderson 3,392 pts Joana Costa 3,193 pts Keshia Haughton 3,011 pts

2010 2009 2007 2010 2004 2009 2006 2002 2002 2002

2001

1994

5’6.5” (1.69m) 5’6” (1.68m) 5’5.75” (1.67m)

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WOMEN’S OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE LIST 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

100 Meters 11.25 11.28 11.31 11.34 11.37 11.46 11.48 11.52 11.55 11.58 11.58 All-Conditions Bests Simone Tomlinson 11.21 (wind-aided) Stormy Kendrick 11.24 (wind-aided) Cydonie Mothersill 11.27 (wind-aided) Treshell Mayo 11.34 Kim Graham 11.37 Stormy Kendrick Simone Tomlinson Cydonie Mothersill Treshell Mayo Kim Graham Kristine Scott Lisa Dillard Gail Prescod Terri Robinson Angel Fleetwood Shekera Weston

200 Meters Cydonie Mothersill 22.57 Kim Graham 22.64 Treshell Mayo 22.89 Shekera Weston 23.09 Nikkie Bouyer 23.12 Kristine Scott 23.21 Simone Tomlinson 23.24 Stormy Kendrick 23.34 Angel Fleetwood 23.52 Michaylin Golladay 23.57 All-Conditions Bests Cydonie Mothersill 22.57 Kim Graham 22.64 Stormy Kendrick 22.83 (wind-aided) Treshell Mayo 22.89 Kristine Scott 23.04 (wind-aided) Kim Graham Angel Fleetwood Michelle Burgher Shekera Weston Shenita Wilson Samantha Watt LaShonda Cutchin Marcia Smith Kim Norsworthy Silja Ulfarsdottir

400 Meters 51.88 52.56 52.74 52.81 52.98 53.24 53.34 53.34 53.64 53.70

Tina Krebs Ane Skak Karen Hartmann Julianne Littmann Perry Fields Sudati Masasu Patrice McMillan Kerry Robinson Brantley Epps Mareike Ressing

800 Meters 2:02.07 2:06.98 2:07.09 2:08.86 2:09.09 2:11.10 2:11.17 2:11.70 2:12.08 2:12.19

Tina Krebs Karen Hartmann Kerry Robinson Mareike Ressing Julianne Littmann Elsa Breit Perry Fields Casey Phillips Anne Evans Kris Salt

1500 Meters 4:15.23 4:15.87 4:22.14 4:22.23 4:23.50 4:23.77 4:30.38 4:31.97 4:33.63 4:33.70

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kerry Robinson Mareike Ressing Ute Jamrozy Judith Shepherd Elsa Breit Michelle Scholtz Joanne Power Michelle Kalikin Megan Hartman Beth Ahern

3000 Meters 9:05.65 9:10.32 9:12.12 9:13.38 9:18.45 9:36.40 9:41.26 9:41.55 9:47.20 9:48.82

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

3000m Steeplechase Alyssa Kulik 10:32.46 Stephanie Buffo 10:40.50 Jenny Barton 10:59.98 Joanie Castagno 11:30.12 Lauren Klas 11:46.68 Ashley Robinson 11:48.60

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2010 1998 2001 1996 1993 2010 1990 1992 1998 1992 1999

1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Kerry Robinson Stephanie Weikert Kim Ruck Ute Jamrozy Judith Shepherd Jennifer Briscoe Michelle Scholtz Michelle Kalikin Helen Rogers Anne Evans

1998 2010 2001 1996 1993

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ute Jamrozy Kim Ruck Michelle Scholtz Helen Rogers Gail Groulx Karen Friedrichsen Tina Jensen Laurie Montgomery Erika van Reenen Laura Laughlin

2001 1993 1996 2001 1998 2009 1998 2010 1992 2010 2001 1993 2010 1996 2010 1993 1992 2001 2001 1997 1997 2000 2002 1997 2004 1983 1991 1992 1999 2001 2004 2006 1982 1999 1991 1985 1992 1982 1991 1999 1987 2001 2004 1991 1989 1982 1991 1987 1983 1986 1990 1987 1988 1998 2000 2010 2010 2006 2009 2009 2006

5000 Meters 16:02.76 16:06.13 16:12.05 16:20.91 16:22.67 16:34.54 16:41.04 16:43.50 16:54.08 16:54.17

1983 1983 2010 1986 1985 1982 1990 1989 1988 1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Long Jump Monyetta Haynesworth 21’5.5” (6.54m) April Sinkler 21’4.25” (6.51m) Gisele Oliveira 20’11.75” (6.39m) Tonya McKelvey 20’9” (6.32m) Courtney Singleton 20’2.25” (6.15m) Marcia Fletcher 20’1” (6.12m) Jasmine Brunson 19’11.75” (6.09m) Patricia Mamona 19’10.25” (6.05m) Sheri Smith 19’8.25” (6.00m) Nanette Holloway 19’7.5” (5.98m)

10,000 Meters 33:14.83 33:42.88 34:50.19 34:58.47 35:05.62 35:06.49 35:09.21 36:30.00 36:34.26 36:36.29

1986 2010 1990 1988 1991 1994 1997 1982 1999 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Patricia Mamona Gisele Oliveira April Sinkler Sheri Smith Nanette Holloway Nakeisha Wineglass Marcia Fletcher Trevi Frazier Renata Miyamoto Jessica Hartikainen

2010 1999 2008 2001 2010 2007 1990 2006 2004 2001

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 5.

100 Meter Hurdles Michaylin Golladay 13.07 Nikkie Bouyer 13.36 Polly Hardy 13.44 Kyana Elder 13.44 Patricia Mamona 13.53 Krystal Barringer 13.69 Marcia Fletcher 13.69 Renata Miyamoto 13.72 Silja Ulfarsdottir 13.81 Nyjla Littlejohn 13.82 All-Conditions Bests Michaylin Golladay 13.07 Nikkie Bouyer 13.36 Polly Hardy 13.44 Kyana Elder 13.44 Patricia Mamona 13.49 (wind-aided)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

400 Meter Hurdles Silja Ulfarsdottir 56.62 Nikkie Bouyer 56.64 Michelle Burgher 57.79 Sonni Austin 57.81 Christina Smith 58.43 Shakirah Rutherford 58.55 Ane Skak 58.61 Nyjla Littlejohn 58.76 Virginia Barnes 59.26 Sierra Hill 59.58

1. 2. 3.

4x100 Meter Relay Murray, Weston, 43.62 Burgher, Mothersill Golladay, Kendrick 43.70 Scott, Edgerson Robinson, Tomlinson 43.79 Bouyer, Weston

1. 2. 3.

4x400 Meter Relay Burgher, Mothersill 3:29.97 Smith, Weston Brown, Tomlinson 3:31.84 Weston, Bouyer Wilson, Norsworthy 3:32.18 Watt, Weston

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10.

April Sinkler Sharia Clinkscales Liane Weber Linda Buchholz Anastasia Wilson Katja Pettinen Katie Pickett Annu Montell Anni Korhonen Dana Copeland

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Caroline Kennedy Sara Young Mandy McLane Joana Costa Amy Morrison Kat Majester Beth Jordan Emily Barlage Erin Nett Carlin Bartlett

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

2010 1999 2008 2001 2010 2005 1999 2001 2010 2004 2003 1991 2001 1995 2006 2001 2010 1998

2001 1998 1997

High Jump 6’1.25” (1.86m) 5’10.75” (1.80m) 5’9.25” (1.76m) 5’8.75” (1.75m) 5’8.75” (1.75m) 5’8” (1.73m) 5’8” (1.73m) 5’7.25” (1.71m) 5’7” (1.70m) 5’6.5” (1.69m)

2010 1996 2010 2010 2009 1995 2004 1997 2006 1999

Pole Vault 13’1.5” (4.00m) 12’11.5” (3.95m) 12’10.75” (3.93m) 12’10” (3.91m) 12’9.5” (3.90m) 12’7.5” (3.85m) 12’1.5” (3.70m) 12’1.5” (3.70m) 12’0.5” (3.67m) 11’7.75” (3.55m)

2010 2005 2001 2003 2010 2009 2007 2009 1999 2010

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1992 2010 2003 1993 1993 1990 2010 2008 2002 1989

Triple Jump 45’11.75” (14.01m) 45’9” (13.94m) 43’6” (13.26m) 43’0.5” (13.12m) 42’10.25” (13.06m) 42’9” (13.03m)w 41’9.75” (12.74m) 41’2.25” (12.55m) 41’0.5” (12.51m) 40’9” (12.42m)

2010 2005 2010 2002 1992 2010 1991 1997 2006 1998

Jamine Moton Nikki Sims Angela Dolby Aija Kortesoja Jackie Hudgins Patricia Cuffee Allison Bradshaw Della Clark Denise Massey Jeannie Burris

Shot Put 58’2.5” (17.74m) 52’7.25” (16.03m) 51’3” (15.62m) 48’5.25” (14.76m) 48’0.75” (14.65m) 46’11” (14.30m) 46’2.75” (14.09m) 46’2.5” (14.08m) 46’0.25” (14.02m) 45’7.25” (13.90m)

2001 1995 1992 1996 2002 1991 2005 2005 1994 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jamine Moton Nancy Taliaferro Nikki Sims Krystal Woods Brittney Waller Lisa Parak Denise Massey Catheryne Porter Patricia Cuffee Mikaela Patterson

Discus 182’2” (55.52m) 159’0” (48.46m) 158’10” (48.42m) 155’3” (47.33m) 150’9” (45.95m) 150’2” (45.78m) 149’6” (45.56m) 148’5” (45.24m) 147’4” (44.90m) 146’2” (44.56m)

2001 1989 1997 2005 2010 1991 1994 2008 1991 2005

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jamine Moton Nikola Lomnicka Della Clark Rochelle Kokayko Krystal Woods Mikaela Patterson Brittney Waller Mary Gosselin Ann Marie McAuley Julie Polovick

Hammer 220’6” (67.20m) 208’8” (63.61m) 194’2” (59.18m) 184’6” (56.23m) 173’9” (52.96m) 170’11” (52.10m) 170’10” (52.08m) 158’7” (48.34m) 156’0” (47.56m) 151’0” (46.04m)

2002 2009 2006 2007 2006 2005 2010 2003 1998 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bethanie Wachna Liane Weber Linda Buchholz Kammie Blount Krystal Woods Karine Farias Elizabeth Lord Jamine Moton Silja Ulfarsdottir Katie Pickett

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Lisa Parak Liz Griesback Jodie Phillips Katja Pettinen Irja Kortesoja

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Liane Weber Katja Pettinen Patricia Mamona Linda Buchholz Lauren Nicholson Aija Kortesoja Annu Montell Karine Farias Aimee Stout Virginia Barnes

Javelin 160’8” (48.98m) 153’10” (46.88m) 152’0” (46.32m) 145’9” (44.44m) 144’7” (44.08m) 133’10” (40.81m) 131’11” (40.22m) 127’6” (38.86m) 118’5” (36.10m) 117’8” (35.87m) Old Weight Bests 161’4” (49.18m) 150’7” (45.90m) 147’10” (45.06m) 147’1” (44.84m) 145’3” (44.28m) Heptathlon 5,928 pts 5,321 pts 5,247 pts 5,206 pts 5,200 pts 5,183 pts 5,171 pts 5,085 pts 4,561 pts 4,435 pts

2010 2010 2010 1999 2006 2010 2003 1999 2003 2004 1990 1993 1995 1995 1997 2010 1995 2010 2007 2003 1996 1997 2010 1996 1994

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FRESHMAN RECORDS MEN - INDOOR 55m 60m 200m 400m 800m Mile 3000m 5000m 55mHH 60mHH High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw Heptathlon

James Trapp Jacoby Ford Dwight Thomas Ato Modibo Philip Greyling Stijn Jaspers Yehezkel Halifa Robert deBrouwer Duane Ross Spencer Adams Adam Linkenauger Chris Spear Antwoine Welcome Tony Lloyd Rob Venier Zach Berg Miller Moss

100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000mSC 5000m 10,000m 110mHH 400mH High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Decathlon

Travis Padgett Tony Wheeler Ato Modibo Andrew Beecher Philip Greyling Itay Magidi Martin Flynn Yehezkel Halifa Duane Ross Greg Hines Shelton Boyer Ryan Lewis Mitch Greeley Kai Maull Larry Armstead Mike Spiritoso Mike Columbus Colt Hodge Frank Crossen Eric Lander

WOMEN - INDOOR

6.20 6.52 21.00 46.00 1:50.00 4:01.82 7:59.79 13:32.00 7.21 7.80 7’2.25”/2.19m 16’9.5”/5.12m 24’10.5”/7.58m 50’9.5”/15.48m 57’11.75”/17.67m 59’0.25”/17.99m 5,206 pts

1990 2007 2002 1999 1989 1983 1988 1985 1992 2010 2004 2007 1991 1998 1989 2007 2008

55m 60m 200m 400m 800m Mile 3000m 5000m 55mHH 60mHH High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw Pentathlon

Simone Tomlinson Terri Robinson Stormy Kendrick Brianna Rollins Brianna Rollins Karen Hartmann Karen Hartmann Ute Jamrozy Sarah Turman Nikkie Bouyer Brianna Rollins April Sinkler Caroline Kennedy Monyetta Haynesworth Patricia Mamona Jamine Moton Nikola Lomnicka Liane Weber

100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000mSC 5000m 10,000m 100mHH 400mH High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Heptathlon

Stormy Kendrick Stormy Kendrick Brittany Pringley Tina Krebs Karen Hartmann Ashley Robinson Ute Jamrozy Ute Jamrozy Nikkie Bouyer Sonni Austin Sharia Clinkscales Sara Young Monyetta Haynesworth Patricia Mamona Nikki Sims Jamine Moton Nikola Lomnicka Linda Buchholz Liane Weber

MEN - OUTDOOR 10.00 20.30 45.33 1:48.38 3:46.58 8:36.92 14:08.88 28:56.80 13.61 50.64 7’4”/2.23m 16’6.75”/5.05m 16’6.75”/5.05m 25’7.25”/7.80m 50’6”/15.39m 56’8”/17.27m 176’1.5”/53.68m 191’11”/58.50m 208’8”/63.60m 7,018 pts

2006 1994 1999 1990 1989 2003 1984 1988 1992 1995 1983 2000 2005 1999 1991 1983 1975 2002 1986 1993

1995 1998 2010 2010 2010 1992 1992 1986 2010 1996 2010 2008 2007 1992 2007 1998 2009 2007

WOMEN - OUTDOOR

Spencer Adams

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6.80 7.40 7.40 23.69 54.01 2:04.55 4:44.49 9:12.12 18:02.94 7.80 8.17 5’8.75”/1.75m 12’5.5”/3.80m 20’5”/6.22m 43’0.25”/13.11m 49’3”/15.01m 61’10.25”/18.85m 4,089 pts

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11.25 23.34 53.72 2:02.07 4:15.87 11:48.60 16:20.91 33:14.83 13.46 57.81 5’10”/1.77m 12’8.25”/3.87m 21’5.5”/6.54m 43’2.5”/13.17m 50’4”/15.34m 162’9”/49.60m 208’8”/63.61m 152’5”/46.46m 5,337 pts

2010 2010 2010 1983 1992 2006 1986 1986 1996 2010 1994 2004 1992 2007 1994 1998 2009 2007 2007


FACILITY RECORDS CLEMSON INDOOR FACILITY

MEN 60m 200m 300m 400m 500m 800m 1000m Mile 3000m 5000m 60mHH 4x200m 4x400m DMR High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put 35-lb. Weight Heptathlon

Jacoby Ford Walter Dix Ronald Richards Ricardo Chambers Travis Swaggard Sherridan Kirk Jasen Turnbull Tom Lancashire Matt Clark Andrew Lemoncello Eric Keddo W. Charlotte TC South Carolina Bucking, Wood Wilson, Lancashire Jerome Miller Darryl Reeves James Lemons Thorston Mueller Reese Hoffa Cory Martin Maurice Smith

WOMEN 60m 200m 300m 400m 500m 800m 1000m Mile 3000m 5000m 55mH 60mH 4x200m 4x400m DMR High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put 20 lb. Wt. Pentathlon

Shaniqua Ferguson Ashlee Kidd Tiandra Ponteen Ashlee Kidd Novlene Williams Brie Felnagle Annie Martin Jessica Eldridge Brie Felnagle Michelle Sikes Fatmata Fofanah Shantia Moss Clemson South Carolina Buskirk, Owen Seibert, Wort Chaunte Howard Lacy Janson Krysha Bayley Gisele Oliveira Cleopatra Borel-Brown Erin Gilreath Liane Weber

6.52 Clemson 21.12 Florida State 34.55 Clemson 47.15 Florida State 1:03.57 Clemson 1:51.01 Auburn 2:31.46 Clemson 4:03.44 Florida State 8:15.21 Clemson 14:00.96 Florida State 7.69 Unattached 1:30.36 W. Charlotte TC 3:12.95 South Carolina 9:50.41 Florida State

2007 2007 2004 2007 2009 2005 2009 2007 2008 2007 2009 2004 2005 2007

7’4.25” Georgia Tech 25’2.75” SC State 52’8.25” Georgia Tech 17’9.25” Virginia Tech 69’11” NY Athletic Club 75’10.25” Auburn 5,896 pts Unattached

2009 2004 2008 2007 2006 2007 2006

7.22 23.75 37.65 52.99 1:11.83 2:06.27 2:55.81 4:47.48 9:15.01 15:57.24 7.70 8.03 1:38.06 3:37.59 11:24.72

Auburn Georgia Tech Florida Georgia Tech Florida North Carolina Georgia Tech Oklahoma North Carolina Wake Forest Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Clemson S. Carolina Duke

2010 2007 2004 2006 2004 2007 2010 2004 2007 2007 2005 2007 2004 2005 2007

6’2.75” 13’9.25” 21’6.75” 44’6.25” 60’4.5” 77’0.75” 4,135 pts

Georgia Tech Florida State Georgia Clemson Unattached Unattached Clemson

2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2009

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MEN 100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000mSC 5000m 10,000m 110mHH 400mIH 4x100m 4x200m 4x400m High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Decathlon WOMEN 100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000m 3000mSC 5000m 10,000m 100mH 400mH 4x100m 4x200m 4x400m Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Heptathlon

ROCK NORMAN OUTDOOR TRACK Travis Padgett Maurice Mitchell Angelo Taylor Marko Koers Alexis Sharangabo Hans Koeleman Cormac Finnerty Ryan Hill Allen Johnson Kevin Young Chambers, Crawford Franklin, Williams Davis, Daley, Williams, Rucker Terry, Amedee, Adkins, Mills Jesse Williams Miguel Pate Andrew Owusu Brian Mondschein Reese Hoffa Andy Bloom Spyridon Jullien Scott Russell Mateo Sossah Latasha Colander Latasha Colander Lashinda Demus Leontine Tsiba Jenelle Deatherage Claire Forbes Jennifer Dunn Kerry Robinson Betty Springs Melissa Morrison Queen Harrison Clemson Track Club Robinson, Weston Cutchin, Bouyer Florida State Clemson Chelsea Hammond Gisele Oliveira Chaunte Howard Lacy Janson Laura Gerraughty Teri Steer Erin Gilreath Lavern Eve Liane Weber

9.96 20.25 45.14 1:48.27 3:43.70 8:35.90 13:55.44 29:32.28 13.22 48.73 38.97

Clemson Florida State Georgia Tech Illinois Savannah Int. Clemson Unattached NC State Nike Unattached Clemson

2008 2010 1998 1996 1999 1983 1994 2010 1998 1998 1998

1:23.5

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1980

3:03.38

Georgia Tech

1992

7’4.25” 27’1.25” 54’9.25” 18’1.75” 67’5.5” 201’7” 238’5” 250’11” 7,667 pts

North Carolina Alabama Unattached Virginia Tech NY Athl. Club Unattached Virginia Tech Kansas North Carolina

2003 2001 2000 2006 2003 1998 2005 2000 2010

11.03 22.52 51.65 2:05.69 4:19.07 9:34.7 10:26.03 16:02.76 33:31.2 12.71 54.66 43.62 1:33.61

Unattached Unattached Nike Life Wisconsin Virginia Florida State Clemson N.C. State Reebok Virginia Tech Clemson Clemson

2006 2005 2006 2000 1999 1990 2010 1983 1983 1998 2010 2000 1999

3:31.84 3:31.84 21’6.75” 45’9” 6’2.25” 13’10” 61’9” 198’1” 230’1” 196’6” 5,928 pts

Florida State Clemson South Carolina Clemson Georgia Tech Florida State North Carolina Nike NYAC Spd. Dynamics Clemson

1999 2001 2004 2005 2005 2004 2003 2002 2004 2000 2010

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MEN’S COACHING RECORDS INDOOR OUTDOOR YEAR COACH ACC NCAA ACC NCAA 1953-54 Rock Norman 6th -- 6th -1954-55 Rock Norman 7th -- 6th -1955-56 Rock Norman 5th -- 4th -1956-57 Rock Norman 5th -- 6th -1957-58 Banks McFadden 5th -- 5th -1958-59 Banks McFadden 5th -- 5th -1959-60 Banks McFadden 5th -- 5th -1960-61 P. Wee Greenfield 4th -- 5th -1961-62 P. Wee Greenfield 3rd -- 5th -1962-63 P. Wee Greenfield 4th -- 4th -1963-64 P. Wee Greenfield 5th -- 2nd T-53rd 1964-65 P. Wee Greenfield 6th -- 2nd T-49th 1965-66 P. Wee Greenfield 6th -- 6th -1966-67 P. Wee Greenfield 3rd -- 3rd -1967-68 P. Wee Greenfield 7th -- 3rd -1968-69 P. Wee Greenfield 5th -- 5th -1969-70 P. Wee Greenfield 5th -- 3rd -1970-71 P. Wee Greenfield 5th -- 6th -1971-72 P. Wee Greenfield 3rd -- 4th -1972-73 P. Wee Greenfield 4th -- 6th -1973-74 P. Wee Greenfield 6th -- 5th -1974-75 I.M. Ibrahim 6th -- 3rd -1975-76 I.M. Ibrahim 4th -- 5th -1976-77 I.M. Ibrahim 4th -- 5th -1977-78 Sam Colson 4th -- 5th T-23rd 1978-79 Sam Colson 4th -- 6th -1979-80 Sam Colson 2nd T-37th 1st T-30th 1980-81 Sam Colson NA T-48th 3rd T-33rd 1981-82 Sam Colson NA T-37th 1st 19th 1982-83 Colson/Williams NA T-40th 2nd T-40th 1983-84 Wade Williams NA -- 3rd T-75th 1984-85 Narewski/Williams NA 54th 2nd T-44th 1985-86 Wade Williams NA -- 2nd 30th 1986-87 Wade Williams 1st T-18th 2nd T-41st 1987-88 Wade Williams 3rd T-51st 3rd T-15th 1988-89 Bob Pollock 1st 8th 1st T-23rd 1989-90 Bob Pollock 1st 23rd 1st 46th 1990-91 Bob Pollock 1st 44th 1st 13th 1991-92 Bob Pollock 1st 2nd 2nd 12th 1992-93 Bob Pollock 1st 2nd 1st 10th 1993-94 Bob Pollock 2nd T-24th 3rd 11th 1994-95 Bob Pollock 2nd 11th 3rd T-10th 1995-96 Bob Pollock 3rd -- 3rd 17th 1996-97 Bob Pollock 1st 25th 1st T-17th 1997-98 Bob Pollock 1st T-3rd 1st T-11th 1998-99 Bob Pollock 1st 3rd 2nd 19th 1999-00 Bob Pollock 1st 10th 1st 10th 2000-01 Bob Pollock 1st T-20th 1st T-57th 2001-02 Bob Pollock 1st 7th 2nd T4th 2002-03 Bob Pollock 2nd T-28th 2nd T-70th 2003-04 Bob Pollock 2nd T-56th 1st T-68th 2004-05 Bob Pollock 2nd T-48th 2nd T-37th 2005-06 Bob Pollock 2nd T-65th 2nd T-26th 2006-07 Bob Pollock 2nd 15th 2nd 24th 2007-08 Bob Pollock 3rd 12th 2nd T-21st 2008-09 Lawrence Johnson 5th T-23rd 6th T-40th 2009-10 Lawrence Johnson 6th T-53rd 5th --

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All-Time ACC Championships Indoor Track & Field - 12 Outdoor Track & Field - 11

Outdoor Track & Field First - 11; Second - 14; Third - 10 Fourth - 3; Fifth - 11; Sixth - 8

All-Time ACC Runner-Up Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 8 Outdoor Track & Field - 14

All-Time NCAA Top 25 Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 16 Outdoor Track & Field - 17

All-Time ACC Finishes By Meet Indoor Track & Field First - 12; Second - 8; Third - 6 Fourth - 7; Fifth - 10; Sixth - 6; Seventh - 2

All-Time NCAA Appearances Indoor Track & Field - 28 Outdoor Track & Field - 34

Clemson Indoor Track

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NCAA Appearances By Coach Indoor Track & Field Colson - 3; Williams - 4 Pollock - 19; Johnson - 2

Outdoor Track & Field Greenfield - 2; Colson - 4 Williams - 6; Pollock - 20 Johnson - 2


WOMEN’S COACHING RECORDS INDOOR OUTDOOR YEAR COACH ACC NCAA ACC NCAA *1981-82 Sam Colson -- -- -- T-32nd *1982-83 Sam Colson -- T-10th 5th T-20th *1983-84 Sam Colson -- -- 4th -*1984-85 Wayne Coffman -- 12th 6th T-35th 1985-86 Wayne Coffman -- 12th 5th T-23rd 1986-87 Wayne Coffman 6th -- 7th -1987-88 Wayne Coffman 4th -- 5th -- 1988-89 Wayne Coffman 2nd -- 3rd -1989-90 Wayne Coffman 2nd 41st 3rd 33rd 1990-91 Wayne Coffman 2nd 35th 1st T-12th 1991-92 Wayne Coffman 1st 22nd 2nd 17th 1992-93 Wayne Coffman 2nd 33rd 2nd T-26th 1993-94 Wayne Coffman 3rd 29th 4th -1994-95 Wayne Coffman 2nd -- 3rd -1995-96 Wayne Coffman 2nd T-33rd 4th T-49th 1996-97 Wayne Coffman 3rd 50th 3rd -1997-98 Ron Garner 2nd 33rd 2nd -1998-99 Ron Garner 8th -- 7th -1999-00 Ralph White 8th -- 7th -2000-01 Marcia Noad 2nd 3rd 2nd T-7th 2001-02 Marcia Noad 4th 21st 5th T-20th 2002-03 Marcia Noad 9th -- 4th T-36th 2003-04 Marcia Noad 3rd T-51st 6th T-34th 2004-05 Marcia Noad 5th T-21st 6th T-32nd 2005-06 Marcia Noad 11th -- 10th -2006-07 Marcia Noad 5th T-34th 8th -2007-08 Marcia Noad 8th -- 7th -2008-09 Lawrence Johnson 3rd T-51st 8th -2009-10 Lawrence Johnson 1st T-7th 1st 18th

Lawrence Johnson

Note: * - Clemson only competed in distance events in the indicated seasons; a full women’s track & field program began in 1985-86.

Wayne Coffman By the Numbers - Tiger Women’s Head Coaches All-Time ACC Championships Indoor Track & Field - 2 Outdoor Track & Field - 3 All-Time ACC Runner-Up Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 9 Outdoor Track & Field - 4 All-Time ACC Finishes By Meet Indoor Track & Field First - 2; Second - 9 ‘ Third - 4 Fourth - 2 ; Fifth - 2; Sixth - 1

Eighth - 2; Ninth - 1; 11th - 1

Outdoor Track & Field First - 3; Second - 4; Third - 4 Fourth - 4; Fifth - 4; Sixth - 3 Seventh - 3; Eighth - 2; 10th - 1

Clemson Indoor Track

All-Time NCAA Top 25 Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 8 Outdoor Track & Field - 7

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All-Time NCAA Appearances Indoor Track & Field - 19 Outdoor Track & Field - 21 NCAA Appearances By Coach Indoor Track & Field Colson, Garner, 1; Coffman - 9; Noad - 6; Johnson - 2

Outdoor Track & Field Colson - 2; Coffman - 9 Garner - 1; Noad - 7; Johnson - 2

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TWO-SPORT ATHLETES FORMER TIGER STANDOUTS (Student-Athletes Who Excelled on the Football Field and on the Track) Banks McFadden • All-American, football and basketball (1939-40) • Head Coach, track & field (1957-60) • Three-year letterman, track & field (1938-40) Jerry Butler • ACC Indoor 60 yard dash Champion (1978) • All-American, football (1978) • First-round NFL Draft selection (1979) • Nine-year NFL player (1979-87) • AFC Rookie-of-the-Year (1979) Rod McSwain • ACC Outdoor 4x100m relay Champion (1982) • NCAA Champion, football (1981) • Four-year letterman, football (1980-83) • Third-round NFL Draft selection (1984) • Seven-year NFL player (1984-90) Delton Hall • Four-year letterman, track & field (1984-87) • Four-year letterman, football • Second-round NFL Draft selection (1987)

• NFL All-Rookie selection (1987) • Seven-year NFL player (1987-93) Charlie James • ACC 4x100m relay Champion (1990-91) • Two-year letterman, football (1988-89) Doug Thomas • All-American, 4x100m relay (1991) • Two-time ACC Champion, 4x100m relay (1990-91) • ACC Indoor 55m dash Champion (1991) • Second-round NFL Draft selection (1991) • Three-year NFL player (1991-93) Larry Ryans • Five-time All-American, track (1990-92) • Six-time ACC Champion, track (1990-93) • ACC Champion, football (1991) • NFL player (1993, 1996) James Trapp • 10-time All-American, track (1990-92) • NCAA Indoor 200m dash Champion (1992) • USA Olympian, track (1992) • U.S. Indoor 200m Champion (1993) • ACC 50th anniversary track selection (2003) • Third-round NFL Draft selection (1993) • 11-year NFL player (1993-2003) • Super Bowl Champion (2000) • Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame inductee (2000)

Airese Currie • All-American, 4x100m relay (2002) • Three-time ACC Champion, 4x100m relay (2002-04) • First-team All-ACC, football (2004) • Fifth-round NFL Draft selection (2005) Tye Hill • Two-time ACC Champion, 4x100m relay (2003-04) • ACC Indoor 60m dash Champion (2004) • ACC Outdoor 100m dash Champion (2004) • First-team All-American, football (2005) • First-round NFL Draft selection (2006) • NFL All-Rookie selection (2006) Jacoby Ford • NCAA Champion, 60m dash (2009) • Five-time All-American, track (2007-09) • Three-time ACC Champion, track (2007-09) • ACC 60m dash record-holder, 6.51 (2009) • Second-team All-ACC, football (2009) • Fourth-round NFL Draft selection (2010) C.J. Spiller • Three-time All-American, track (2007-09) • Unanimous first-team All-American, football (2009) • Sixth in Heisman Trophy balloting (2009) • ACC Player-of-the-Year, football (2009) • First-round NFL Draft selection (2010)

Jacoby Ford

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Buck, G.R. Bulla, Kevin Buechler, David Burch, Greg Burke, Robert

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C Calhoun, F.H. 1937-39 Calvert, J.W. 1949-51 Camarda, Jack 1987-88 Cameron, T.S. 1956-58 Campbell, Iain 1982-84 Cannon, F.W. 1931 Caramanico, Nick 2004 Cargill, T.C. 1941 Carter, R.A 1936-37 Carter, R.M. 1954-55 Carusoe, D.H. 1962,64-65 Carver, D.K. 1958-60 Caskin, M.D. 1952 Cason, C.R. 1950-52 Cassagrande, Peter 1980-82 Casteel, Clayton 1992 Caston, Stephen 1975-76 Caton, Jeff 1981-82,84 Chambers, Carlton 1995-98 Chambers, H. C. 1947-48 Chandler, Dennis 1969-71 Chapman, R.D. 1958 Cheney, Roy 2003-06 Chiles, George 1984-86 Clark, Larry 1987-90 Clark, Matt 2004-05, 2007-08 Clarkson, Hunter 1966-67 Cloud, R.P. 1950 Cochran, B. 1952-53 Coddington, Jms 1980-83 Coffman, Wayne 1979-80 Collins, David 2000-01 Collins, Edward 1969-70 Collins, Roger 1969-70 Coln, W.A. 1931 Columbus, Michael 1975-76,78 Cone, F.H. 1964-65-66 Connelly, Mike 1999-01 Copeland, Joel 1970-73 Copes, Garrick 2000-03 Cory, A.H. 1953-57 Counts, T.W. 1952-54 Coursey, J.T. 1948 Cox, Rim A. 1986,88-90 Craig, J. 1931-33 Crapps, Michael 1974-76 Crawford, Shawn 1997-2000 Credle, Walter 1975-76 Crossen, Frank 1986,88-89 Cureton, W.M. 1947-49 Currie, Airese 2002-04 Currie, Rudy 1994-98 Curry, J.A. 1932-33 Curtis, Clayton 2004 Cuttino, Charles 1961 D Daley, Raymond 1980-81 Dalton, Stanley 1976 Daniels, Ben 2004 David, Claude 1979 Davidson, Ian 1973-77 Davis, D.C. 1955 Davis, George 1979 Davis, Brian 1997-98 Davis, S.T. 1928-29 Daye, Robert 1979-80 deAlmeida, Jeffrey 1983 deBrouwer, Robert 1985 Dechausey, Marlon 1995 DeGeorgio, Michael 1967 Delli Carpini, Claudio 2010 Demers, Ryan 1999-00 Dettman, Matt 1985 Diaz, Esteban 1996-99 Dickens, A.W. 1955-56 Dickerson, G.L. 1939-40-41 Dickson, J.B. 1942 DiCola, Damian 1995-98

Dillard, B.J. Diver, W.T. Doar, L.H. Dobbins, W.L. Dobbs, R.S. Dodd, Murray Doffort, J.H. Doherty, John Donkle, I.L. Dorrity, Steve Douglas, Bob Doyle, George Drown, E.J. Dubose, Edward Dunagan, Steve Dunkelberg, J.S. Dunkelberg, R.H. Dunn, Chris Dunnaway, T.W. Durham, T.E. E Earle, J.R. Edgington, Adam Efird, Bob Ellis, T.E. Elwell, R.A. Erbach, Scott Ervin, Robert Erwin, W.C. Esher, George Eure, Warren Evans, A.J. Evans, C.E. Evans, M. Everett, John J. F Fabian, George Facchin, George Fain, C.C. Farris, Kevin Feathers, Mike Fennell, R.C. Fenton, Ryan Ferguson, J.G. Fern, Edward Fields, George Fields, Jeff Fields, Nathan Finn, P.S. Finnerty, Cormac Floyd, J.E. Flowers, Kenny Flynn, James Flynn, Martin

2000 1937 1952 1937-38 1963-65 1990-92 1948-49 1991 1947 1992 1977 1946 1963-65 1967-69 1975-76 1958-60 1961-63 1991 1946 1964-66 1948 1999 1991 1930 1970 1988-92 1958-61 1952-53 1974 2002-05 1965-66 1962-63 1952 1986-87 1947-50 1947-50 1952-53 1985-87 2006-08 1940-42 2002-05 1930-31 1973-76 2006-09 1988-91 1991-94 1929-30 1991-93 1955 1984 1979 1984-87

Folger, M.Y. 1952-54 Folger, T.M. 1934-36 Ford, H. 1934 Ford, Jacoby 2007-09 Fowler, Josh 2008-10 Francis, Mitchel 1994-95 Franklin, J.H. 1942-43 Franklin, Kenny 1996-99 Fraser, Warren 2010 Frazer, H.E. 1949 Frazer, Mike 1994-96 Frendenberger, O.L. 1950-52 Freret, W.A. 1951-53 Fritts, G.H. 1940-42 Froelick, R.S. 1952 Frye, Timothy 1978-79 Fulmer, J.L. 1933 Funk, Wolfgang 1974-75 Furst, Richard 1969-70 G Galloway, G.G. 1974 Gardner, Rashad 2003-06 Gaskin, M.D. 1951-53 Gaulden, W.E. 1951 Geer, David 1976-78 George, E.M. 1954-55 George, Kenneth 1975-77 Gerrard, Neal 1973-75 Gibson, Joe 1998-99 Gichaba,Naftal 1990-91 Giesler, Andy 2000-01 Gilbert, D.P. 1961-63 Gilbert, Trevor 1992-93 Gill, Davidson 1995-96,98-99 Gilpin, D.W. 1956 Gilson, Derek 2003-05 Godfrey, Adam 1990-91 Goodenough, Terry 1980-81 Goodman, J.L. 1940-41 Graham, B.J. 1951 Graham, C.C. 1940-42 Grant, T.F. 1938 Gray, Thomas 1988-90 Greeley, Mitch 2005-08 Green, J.H. 1936-37 Green, Michael 1990-93 Green, R.L. 1965-67 Greenlee, Larry 1993-95 Gresham, P. 1946 Greyling, Philip 1989-91 Griffen, F.C. 1953 Griffin, Larry 2001-04 Grimes, John P. 1980-82 Grist, Dee 1996

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Gross, Chris 2003 Guldberg, Mogens 1985 Gunn, Matt 2002 Guy, Trenton 2008-09 H Haack, Scott 1978-79,81 Halifa, Yehezkel 1988-89 Hall, David 1969-70 Hall, Delton 1984-87 Hardee, J.G. 1943-47 Hardwick, J.H. 1948-49 Harkness, Jack 1982 Harper, Jacey 2000-03 Harris, Joe 1995-96 Hartle, Michael 1978-82 Hartzler, David 1994-98 Harvin, L.C. 1930 Harvin, S.A. 1929 Haynes, Aaron 1995-98 Haughey, J.P. 1981-83 Headlam, Charles 1977 Heiss, Michael 1977 Heister, Andrew 1980-83 Helinski, Matt 1994-97 Hendricks, G.H. 1939-40 Herlong, F.W. 1936-37 Herrington, Ter. 1985,87-89 Hess, Benjamin 1998-01 Hill, D.M. 1933 Hill, Jack 1969-70 Hill, J.R. 1965 Hill, Rick 2001-04 Hill, Tye 2002-05 Hines, Dennis 1989-90 Hines, Greg 1995-98 Hinson, L.C. 1936 Hinton, Arthur 2005 Hobbs, Brent 2003-06 Hodge, Colt 2002 Hodge, Marcus 2000-03 Hodges, H.M. 1952-53 Hogan, Kevin 1993-95 Hogarth, C.P. 1931-32 Holland, Frank 1989-91 Holley, H.E. 1943 Holliday, Todd 1993-96 Holmes, Brandon 2005 Holshouser, W. 1947-50 Holt, Chad 2008-09 Hood, Greg 1990 Hopkins, Tom 1995,97-99 Horne, Tony 1995-96 Hortz, Gene 1974-75 Howard, R.S. 1929-30 Howle, Arthur 1970-73 Howe, Bryant 2001-02 Hudgens, Myron 1982 Hudson, R.W. 1949-50 Huey, C.O. 1963-65 Huey, Terrance 2002 Huff, J.R. 1938 Huff, Roderick 1975-76,78 Hunter, R.V. 1940 Hunter, Ryan 2003-04 Hyman, Robert 1976 I Ibeh, Robert 2003-05 Ifill, Grafton 2003 Irwin, Josh 1996 Ikenegbu, Chukwemeka 1976 Isaacs, Greg 2004-05 Iverson, Bryce 2007-08 Ivey, F.M. 1941-43 J Jackson, La’Mont 2010 Jackson, W.B. 1962-64 Jackson, W.M. 1949-50 James, Charlie 1988-91 James, R.R. 1961,63-64 Jaspers, Stijn 1983-84 Jefferson, James 1982-83 Jellison, Mark 1999-00 Jenkins, Wayne 1970-73 Johnson, Kerwin 1983-86

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Jones, Carl 1967-69 Jones, Jeff 1982-85 Jones, Tony 1987-90 Jordan, H.R. 1947 Jordan, L. W. 1929 Joyner, N.P. 1936-37 Justus, J.H. 1931 Jutzeler, Herman 1975-77 K Kauffman, Mike 1993-94 Kautz, Scott 2003-05 Kayser, Ian 1980-83 Keasler, Rodney 1986-89 Keeshen, Michael 1974-75 Kennedy, Matt 2000 Kennedy, Ron, Jr. 1998 Kelley, J.D. 1969 Kessler, Andrew 2002-03,06 Kightlinger, N.B. 1961 King, T.W. 1961-63 Kirby, C.E. 1953-55 Kirk, Brent 1995 Kirk, David 1980-82 Kirk, Trent 1995-97 Kitchens, C.W. 1931 Kitchens, E.L. 1936-38 Kitchens, George 2002-05 Kivett, R.G. 1947-49 Klotzbach, Adam 2001-04 Knapp, Brian 2006 Knight, Anthony 1990-93 Knight, Odious 1966-67 Koeleman, Hans 1980-83 Koontz, Ryan 2004-07 Kozlowski, Christopher 1994-95 Kremer, Dov 1987-89 Krichko, Lennie 1978 Kulikowski, Roy 1974-75 L Lachiotte, A.S. 1939,41-42 Lachiotte, F.W. 1928-29 Lander, Eric 1993-96 Langstaff, Witt 1973-75 Latham, B.M. 1932 Latham, Bob 1998-99 Latimer, P.H. 1932 Lawson, Ludlow 1975-77 Leitner, F.W. 1942 Leland, E.C. 1962-63-64 Lelieveld, Wybo 1982-84 Lennox, Graig 1995 Lester, J.E. 1928-30 Lewis, H.W. 1951

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Lewis, Ryan 2000-03 Limehouse, J.L. 1960 Lineberger, J.M. 1929-30 Linkenauger, Adam 2004-07 Lipscomb, J.L. 1933-34 Livingston, Noyes 1988 Lloyd, Tony 1998-01 Lombardi, Matt 2001-04 Lorelle, R.J. 1952 Lovings, Shauntae 2001-02 Lowry, Bruce 1967 Lumpkins, Jay 2006-07 Lynch, R.B. 1947 Lynn, W.G. 1932-34 M Mack, Julius 1970 Magidi, Itay 2003, 2005-07 Mahaffey, Joel 1967 Major, C.S. 1955 Manbury, F.G. 1943 Maner 1928 Mangone, Ryan 2010 Mann, J.G. 1943 Manos, W.K. 1965-67 Marbury, Felix 1947 Marchbanks 1928 Martin, B. 1931 Mason, A.F. 1953-54 Matthews, Dean 1975-77 Matthews, Todd 1999-02 Mathis, Bill 1958-59 Matlack, Dave 1988 Maull, Kai 1999-01, 2003 Mazur, Steve 1993 McAlister, Mark 1980 McCaffrey, Paul 1988-89 McConnell, S.W. 1934-36 McConnell, T.S. 1936-37 McCown, F.O. 1943 McCoy, P.H. 1936 McCrossen, Bryan 1993-96 McDaniel, Terrance 2001-04 McFadden, Banks 1938-40 McGeehan, Russell 1994 McGowan, Calvin 1990-91 McKay, A.S. 1950 McKnight, David 1979-80 McKoy, Mark 1980 McLoughlin, N.E. 1963-65 McMillan, John 1997 McSwain, Chuck 1982-83 McSwain, Rodney 1982-84 Meany, Jason 1999-03

Messam, Cornel 1979-82 Metz, F.E. 1953-56 Mgbo, Tony 1976-78 Miller, S.C. 1953 Milligan, Dalton 1991 Mills, Cowin 2006-08 Milton, George 1987 Mirabito, Mark 1999-00 Mitchell, A.T. 1952-55 Modibo, Ato 1999-02 Moon, John E. 1970-73 Mooney, C.W. 1949 Moore, G.S. 1939-40 Moore, Geoff 1990 Moore, Ralston 1975 Moorman, Anthony 1999-00 Morehead, J.L. 1959-61 Morey, Tyler 2008 Morgan, Donald 1970 Morgan, F. 1940-42,46 Morgan, L.V. 1943-47 Morgan, N.J. 1982-83 Morrison, P.C. 1960 Moses, Greg 1985-86,89 Moss, Miller 2008-10 Mulder, Jacques 1988-89 Murchison, Randall 1984 Murdock, Justin 2009-10 Murphree, H.W. 1955-57 Murphy, Danny 1993 Murphy, Shaun 1997-99 Murrell, Tom 1967 Myers, P.C. 1969-70 N Ndiaye, Joseph 1997-98 Neary, Mike 1989-91 Nelson, A.H. 1963-65 Nelson, William 1970-73 Newlin, David 1993-95 Noble, Will 2006-07, 2009-10 O O’Cain, C.L. 1964-66-67 O’Dell, J.B. 1928-29 Odom, L.A. 1952-53 Ogaro, Julius 1980-81 Oliver, Enayat 1992-95 Olson, Eric 1984-85 O’Rourke, Joey 2007-08 Oxford, John 1969 P Pacheco, Jorge 1991-92 Padgett, Alex 2008-10 Padgett, Travis 2006-08

Parks, N.C. 1933-34 Parks, Terrence 1986 Parrott, D.L. 1937-39 Pasley, J.H. 1940-41 Patterson, E.R. 1930 Pauga, Scott 2008 Payne, W.E. 1941 Pendleton, Clay 2003, 2005-06 Pennington, C.W. 1937-39 Perry, Lydell 2004-06 Peterson, Andy 1995-97 Peterson, Kenneth 1985 Phillips, Marcus 1996-97 Pierce, Harold 1943 Pimentel, Matt 2002-05 Pitchford, Charles H. 1967 Poe, W.N. 1946 Pool, E.M. 1964-66 Poole, C.E. 1963-65 Porter, Andrew 2006-08 Potter, Ian 1999-02 Pridgen, Terry 1992-93 Pulkinen, C.S. 1946-49 Putnam, Jason 1998 Q Quattlebaum, D.E. 1955 R Radcliff, C.F. 1952 Radcliff, W.A. 1952 Radziwinski, Mike 1989 Ralph, Stewart 1974,76,78 Ramey, Robert 1976 Rasch, Thomas 1976-78 Rauch, Robbie 1998 Rawls, O.G. 1933 Rayle, R.F. 1948-50 Reckner, Jason 1995-98 Reese, C.J. 1965-66 Reilly, Sean 2004-07 Reke, Thomas 1983 Rencher, Darwin 1985-87 Revell, W.H. 1952-53 Reveria , A.L. 1950 Reynolds, Malcolm 2000-01 Rice, Joseph 1978-79 Richards, Clarence 1994-95 Richards, J.G. 1941 Richards, Ronald 2002-05 Richardson, Eddie 1986-88 Richardson, R.R. 1950-52 Riley, R.A. 1942-43 Rion, A.H. 1940 Rispress, Jordan 2010

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Roach, Kendrick 1991-94 Roberts, J.C. 1955 Roberts, R.W. 1933-34 Robinson, E.D. 1933-34 Robinson, Kyle 1994 Rogers, J.M. 1946 Rolle, Charlton 2010 Romero, Frank 1970 Ross, R. Duane 1992-95 Ross, Jack 1943 Ross, John 1948 Royster, Chris 1995-97 Rucker, Erick 1978-81 Rumple, Charles 1969 Rush, Lawrence 1970-73 Russell, Wesley 1992-93 Rushton, H.G. 1948-50 Rutherford, Ahmad 2004 Ryans, Larry 1990-92,94 Rzewuski, Keith 1999-00 S Sahadi, Raymond 1975 Sams, Bob 1981-82 Sanders, T.C. 1951 Schenek, David 2001 Schoen, Chris 1983-85 Schroeder, F.E. 1940 Scott, Charles 1979 Scott, Douglas 1975 Scott, Joshua 1993-97 Scuffins, Jeffrey 1983-84 Sease, Jody 1984 Sease, J.D. 1956-57 Seesman, Paul 1970-73 Seybold, John 1980-81,83-84 Shame, R.W. 1953-54 Sharp, Mark 1980 Sharpe, Jeff 1983,86-87 Shaw, J. S. 1962-64 Shaw, Kyle 2005 Shaw, Scott 2000-03 Sheats, Mickey 2005 Shirley, William 1967 Sikes, D.L. 1965-66 Sills, K.G. 1941 Simmons, Wilbur 1957-59 Skov, Henrik 1986-88 Slate, Chris 2010 Slattery, J.G. 1951-52 Sloan, Michael 1987-89 Smalls, Victor 1983-86 Smith, Cormac 1994 Smith, D.W. 1941 Smith, David 2003-04 Smith, Eugene 1969 Smith, Frank 1961 Smith, James 1966-67 Smith, Joey 1981-82 Smith, Richard 1989 Smith, R.N. 1930 Smith, W.H. 1955 Smythe, Kevin 1990-93 Snow, Eric 1979-80 Snyder, Paul 1957-59 Soder, Eric 2004 Soggs, John B. 1987-89 Spain, Otto 2000-03 Spear, Chris 2007-10 Spearman, W.C. 1943 Spencer, Peter 1967 Spiller, C.J. 2007-09 Spiritoso, Mike 1983-84,86-87 Spooner, R.J. 1955-57 Steedly, J.R. 1956-57,60 Stewart, Bill 1978 Stewart, George 1979 Stone, W.O. 1955 Stoudemire, D.O. 1932 Stover, L.A.M. 1963 Strawderman, Dan 1985 Stroup, Shane 1975-77,79 Suber, Quincy 1987-88 Sutter, E.H. 1962-64 Swafford, R.P. 1958-60


LETTERWINNERS Swaggard, Travis 2007-09 Sykes, Keith 1986-87 T Talbert, Scott 1985 Taul, Mark 1976-77 Taylor, James 1967-69 Thomas, Doug 1988-91 Thomas, Dwight 2002 Thomas, Shawn 1994-97 Thomason, J.E. 1941 Thompson, J.R. 1948-49 Thompson, Matt 2001-02 Thornhill, D.N. 1943 Thorp, John 1992-95 Tienda, Jorge 1998 Tillison, Fred 1993,95-96 Tindall, R.M. 1965-67 Tinsley, H.D. 1956-58 Tisdale, J.W. 1955 Toatley, Ter. 1980-83 Tomsic, Jason 1996-97 Tooman, Matt 1996-98 Towns, R.C. 1964 Townsend, J.C. 1948-51 Trapp, James 1990-92 Tribble, F.V. 1936 Tromp, Xavier 2010 Tucker, Sultan 1998-01 Turnbull, Jasen 2008-10 Turner, H. 1929 Tyler, Walt 1957-59 U Unlig, Walt 1957-58 V Vance, J. 1931 Vance, R.B. 1932-33 Van de Kerkove, Peter 1986 Van Sice, Wade 1998-99 Van Wageninge, Rob 2000 Varn, Joe 1982-83 Varner, Brett 2000-02 Ventruella, George 1957 Vincze, Edward 1979-81 Vogel, George 1978-79 W Wackwitz, J.H. 1969-70 Wafford, Dion 1987-90 Walcott, Desmond 1979 Walker, J.G. 1956 Walker, M.E. 1939-41 Walsch, Thomas 1985-87 Ward, A.W. 1985 Ward, H.E. 1939-40 Washington, Tony 1998-01 Watson, Dan 1992-93 Watson, K.M. 1934 Watters, Derek 1994 Weaver, A.E. 1942 Webb, J.E. 1932 Weise, Van 1980-81 Welcome, Antwoine 1991-93 Wells, J.D. 1952 West, Andy 1983-84 Wheatley, Michael 1992-93 Wheeler, Anthony 1994-97 White, S.M. 1955 White, Stephen 2009 Whitmire, H.D. 1930-31 Whitmire, J.B. 1947-48 Whitney, J.L. 1939 Whitney, J.T. 1937-38 Whittemore, Fred 1960-62 Whitten, W.C. 1946 Wiggins, Clay 1999 Wilcher, Sam 1991 Williams, Bryan 1997-2000 Williams, Desai 1979-80 Williams, H.M. 1955-56 Williams, J.A. 1956 Williams, J.E. 1949 Williams, Jeremichael 1996-98 Williams, R.N. 1948-49 Williams, Undre 1995 Willimon, Gene 1928

Willis, D.J. Wilson, Andre J. Wilson, Delvon Wilson, V.C. Winn, J.W. Witherspoon, R.G. Witherspoon, Derrick Wittman, David Wolfe, L.M. Woodward, S.L. Woolfolk, Chris Worthy, Fred Wotring, Robert Wright, Paul Wyatt, Derrick Wynn, J.T. Y Yarborough, Dillard Yawn, Mike Z Zanes, Richard Zehnder, Lawrence Zeiher, Fred Zungoli, Nichlas

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WOMEN A Adams, Kelli 1995 Ahern, Beth 1997-2000 Alston, Chiconna 1995-96 Austin, Sonni 2010 Avery, Tonya 1992-93, 1995 Avon, Theresa L. 1987-88 B Barnes, Virginia 1994-95 Barringer, Krystal 2007-08 Blankenship, Wendy 1997 Blount, Kameron 1997-2000 Bouyer, Nikkie 1996, 1998-99 Bradshaw, Allison 2003-05 Breit, Elsa 1985-88 Briggs, Angela 1995 Briscoe, Jennifer 1982-83 Broe, Anne C. 1986-87 Brown, Simone 1998-99 Browne, Kathleen M. 1982 Brunson, Jasmine 2010 Buchholz, Linda 2007-10 Buffo, Stephanie 2009-10 Burgher, Michelle 2001 Burris, Jeannie 1987-90 C Campbell, Alysha 1995 Cartlidge, Laura 2000 Castagno, Joanie 2009 Charles, Tiffany 2002 Clark, Della 2004-07 Clinkscales, Sharia 1994-97 Collins, Tina 1989 Copeland, Dana 1998-99 Costa, Joana 2000-03 Cousins, Jessica 2004-05 Cruse, Denise 2003 Cuffee, Patricia 1988-91 Cutchin, LaShonda 1998-2001 D Dillard, Lisa 1989-91 Dix, Thea 2006-07 Dolby, Angela 1989-92 Dortch, Marquita 2003 Duarte, Cindy 1981-84 E Edgerson, Jasmine 2010 Elder, Kyana 1999-2002 Ellis, Sarah 2000-01 Emeloff, Holly 1992 Engel, Christine 1993-96 Epps, Brantley 1996-99 Esposito, Sandra 1989-90 Evans, Anne 1989-92 Everett, Monique 1991-92 F Farias, Karine 2010

Fields, Perry 2001-02 Fleetwood, Angel 1989-92 Fletcher, Marcia 1988-91 Foley, Edwina 1990-93 Ford, Meredith 1993-96 Frazier, Trevi 1994-97 G Gailey, Susan L. 1980-81 Gaines, Andrea 1999 Gallo, Joan 1980-81 Gauntlett, Kendra 2008 Golladay, Michaylin 2009-10 Goodwin, Tracy 1995 Gosselin, Mary 2001-03 Graham, Kim 1991-93 Greene, Mimi 1993 Griesback, Elizabeth 1991-93 Grondziak, Marsha 1988-90 Groulx, Gail 1991-92 H Hardy, Polly 2006-08 Hartikainen, Jessica 1998 Hartman, Abbey 1999-2000 Hartman, Megan 1995-98 Hartmann, Karen 1992-95 Haughton, Keshia 2002-03 Haynesworth, Monyetta 1992-93 Heijnen, Desiree 1985 Henderson, Anita C. 1989-91 Hicks, Stephanie 1997-99 Hillhouse, Janet 1995 Hill, Sierra 2006-07 Hinton, Randi 2002, 2004-06 Holloway, Nanette 1989-92 Holman, Tamika 1995-97 Hudgins, Jacqueline 2002 Hudson, Cessy 1989,1991-93 J Jamrozy, Ute 1986-88 Janecic, Helena 1999-2000 Jensen, Tina 1994-97 Johnson, Candice 2009 Johnson, Tabatha 1989 Jordan, Beth 2005-07 K Kalikin,Michelle 1986-90 Kendrick, Stormy 2010 Kennedy, Caroline 2007-09 Kennedy, Dee Dee 1996 Ketter, Pamela 1991-93 Keydoszius, Renee 2001 Kirwin, Barbara J. 1980-81 Kohler, Imke 1993 Kokayko, Rochelle 2006-08 Korhonen, Anni 2007 Kortesoja, Aija 1996 Krebs, Tina 1983, 1985-87 Kulik, Alyssa 2010 L Lasher, Kelly 1999 Leonard, Holly 1999 Littlejohn, Nyjla 2000-01 Littmann, Julianne 1996-99 Lomnicka, Nikola 2009 Lord, Elizabeth 2001-03 M Mamona, Patricia 2007-10 Manning, Melissa 1999 Masasu, Sudati 2004 Massey, Denise 1991-93 Mayo, Treshell 1993-96 McAuley, Ann Marie 1997-99 McFadden, Megan Ann 1980 McKelvey, Tonya 1991-93 McLane, Mandy 1998-99, 2001 McMillan, Patrice 2004, 2006-07 Meador, Jennifer 1998-01 Milosch, Jessica 1993 Miyamoto, Renata 2006 Montell, Annu 1997 Montgomery, Laurie 1982-85 Morrison, Amy 2009-10 Mothersill, Cydonie 2001 Moton, Jamine 1998-99, 2001-02

Moultrie, Katrina 2001-02, 2004 Murray, Shannon 2000-03 Myers, Tiffany 1993 N Nett, Erin 1999 Nicholson, Lauren 2000-04 Norsworthy, Kim 1996-97 O Oliveira, Gisele 2002-05 P Parak, Lisa 1989-91 Parker, Ra’Sheena 2008 Perry, Tia 2006 Pettinen, Katja 1995-97-99 Phillips, Casey 2004 Phillips, Jodie 1992-95 Pickett, Katie 2001-04 Pitocchelli, Britta 1991 Polovick, Julie 1996-99 Power, Joanne 1986-87,1989 Prescod, Gail 1992-93 Pringley, Brittany 2010 Q Quick, Jelyn 2004 R Reed, Kenya 2002 Ressing, Mareike 1991-93-95 Robinson, Kerry 1981-84 Robinson, Nichole 1995-96 Robinson, Terri 1998-99, 2002 Rogers, Helen 1985-89 Rogers, Michelle 2004 Rollins, Brianna 2010 Ruck, Kim 2009-10 Rukat, Laura Ann 2002-03 Rutherford, Shakirah 2003-04 S Salt, Kristen 1988-91 Schillow, Diane 2000 Scholtz, Michelle 1988-91 Schoppman, Shannon 1997-98, 2000 Scott, Kristine 2008-10 Selby, Erika 1993 Shaw, Racquel 1998 Shephard, Judith 1982-85 Sims, Nikki 1994-97 Singleton, Courtney 1991-93 Sinkler, April 2008-10

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Skak, Ane 1991 Smith, Christina 2004 Smith, Marcia 2000-02 Smith, Sheri 1999-2002 Sobanjo, Ope 2006 Sosnowski, Michelle 1992-93 Stackhouse, Julie 1999 Stout, Aimee 1993-96 Stowell, Anne 1999-2000 T Taliaferro, Nancy 1989-91 Thomas, Angela 2003 Tomlinson, Simone 1995-98 Toothman, Kristi 2001 Topley, Tammy S. 1987 Trzcinski, Cynthia 1998 U Ulfarsdottir, Silja 2002-05 Underhill, Christine 1988 V van Reenen, Erika 1999-2000 Vereen, Aidra 1993-94 Voldness, Kirsti 1985 W Wachna, Bethanie 2008, 2010 Walker, Kimberly 1980-83 Waller, Brittney 2010 Walton, Patina 1990-91 Watt, Samantha 1995-98 Weber, Liane 2007-10 Weikert, Stephanie 1982-85 Weston, Shekera 1997-99, 2001 Whaley, Danielle 2002-03 White, Rebecca 2002 Wilson, Anastasia 2007-09 Wilson, Shenita 1996-97 Wineglass, Nakeisha 2007-08, 2010 Wood, Emily 1983-84 Woods, Krystal 2003-06 Woolfolk, Karyn 1991-92 Y Young, Sara 2005 Z Zabel, Stephanie 2000 Note: Listings date to 1928; Current student-athletes in bold.

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MEDIA GUIDE DEDICATION Late, Great Men’s Track & Field Coach Bob Pollock Inducted into Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in 2010 By Anne Holmes Bob Pollock’s ultimate legacy to the Clemson faithful was his charismatic and passionate love for the sport of cross country, track & field, and his devotion to the pursuit of excellence while a Tiger. In return, Clemson is bestowing upon him its highest honor as one of the Tigers’ all-time most beloved, successful and respected coaches. The accomplishments of former head men’s cross country and track & field coach Bob Pollock certainly meet the criteria for inclusion into Clemson’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Excellence was a trademark among Pollock’s teams, as evidenced by the 21 ACC Championships, 11 top-20 finishes in indoor track & field, and 10 top-20 outdoor finishes. The 19-time ACC Coach of the Year honoree was also selected as NCAA Regional Coach of the Year on 16 occasions, and was named the NCAA Indoor National Coach of the Year in 1992 after he led the Clemson men’s track & field team to a national runnerup finish. That excellence was not a product of happenstance, as Pollock expected – and received – outstanding effort and achievements from all those associated with his program. Over the years, Pollock’s assistant coaches received multiple recognitions as NCAA Regional Assistant Coach of the Year for their contributions to individual and team success. Many of those assistant coaches continued their athletic coaching careers at other standout collegiate programs, and took that then-ingrained commitment to excellence with them after leaving the Tiger track & field program. He also expected the same commitment from support staff in the athletic training room, weight room, classroom and sports information. Most importantly, the student-athletes who competed for Pollock exhibited that excellence in the classroom, on the track, in the field, and in their personal endeavors. From a measurable perspective, former

REMEMBERING A CLEMSON LEGEND BOB POLLOCK 1949-2010 Clemson Hall of Fame Class of 2010 Bob Pollock, who led Clemson to 21 ACC Championships in his 20 years as head coach of the school’s track program, died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2010 in Lexington, KY. He had been diagnosed with lung cancer last August. He was 60 years old. Pollock established department wide Clemson coaching records for ACC Championships (21), ACC Coach of the Year selections (19) and NCAA Regional Coach of the Year selections (16 times). He coached the men’s indoor track team to 11 top 20 finishes and the men’s outdoor program to 10 top 20 seasons. Seven of the indoor track national finishes were top 10s. Pollock coached athletes who won 13 national champions during his time at Clemson, including 10 indoors. Travis Padgett was Clemson’s most recent NCAA champion under Pollock, claiming the 60m dash crown in 2007. He finished second in the nation at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 100 meters as well that year. Michael Green, Shawn Crawford and Ato Modibo all won multiple national championships under Pollock’s watch. Pollock mentored athletes that won nearly 200 AllAmericans during his tenure at Clemson, including recent Clemson two-sport athletes Jacoby Ford and C.J. Spiller, who

Tigers combined to win 13 national championships during Pollock’s time at Clemson. Additionally, Tiger track & field athletes collected almost 200 All-America certificates during his 20-year tenure. Pollock coached four Tigers who are fellow Clemson Hall of Fame members (Michael Green, Terrance Herrington, James Trapp and fellow 2010 inductee Shawn Crawford), as well as numerous dual-sport (football, track) student-athletes who went on to play in the NFL, such as C.J. Spiller, Jacoby Ford, Airese Currie, Trapp, Larry Ryans, Doug Thomas and Charlie James, to name a few.

ran for Pollock their first two years with the Clemson track program. Both were high NFL draft picks this past April and their speed has had a lot to do with their success on the gridiron. They became the NCAA’s all-time all-purpose running duo this past year with 11,671 yards. Both have flourished in their rookie seasons in the NFL as well. “Coach Pollock was an outstanding coach and certainly helped my career in many ways,” said Spiller. “He gave me an opportunity and many other athletes an opportunity to be the best they could over the last 20 years. He had such a big impact on the Clemson track program. He certainly had a positive impact on my football career. He taught me a lot about speed and endurance.” “The thing I will always remember about Coach Pollock was the way he encouraged me, especially when I was trying to come back from injury,” said Ford. “He was always there for me and I certainly appreciated that. He stayed with me every step of the way. I would not have gotten through some of the tough times during my career without him.” “Coach Pollock, as it relates to track & field, is a legend in our sport,” said Clemson Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson. “His impact on collegiate track & field was tremendous. I am extremely fortunate to have inherited a program that he developed into championship form for so many years. We know he’s in a better place.” Fourteen student-athletes from Pollock’s program went on to compete in the Olympic Games. Two of the athletes, Crawford and Carlton Chambers, won gold medals for their respective countries. Crawford won the 200m dash for the U.S. in the 2004 games, while Chambers was part of Canada’s gold medal winning 4x100m relay in Atlanta in 1996.

To watch Pollock in action at the cross country course or at the track gave even the most casual observer reason to pause. He was known for his little (literally) score sheets – tallies of points in each event that he painstakingly calculated prior to every big meet and updated as each event finished. Pollock spent countless hours over the course of his career figuring where Clemson could most easily accumulate points to offset any weaker performances. Not only did he take into account the talent and previous performance of his Tigers, but he also took into consideration the previous performances of Clemson’s opponents. Therefore, the team outcome – particularly at conference meets – was rarely a surprise for the head coach. Pollock took a similar approach to the recruiting process. As all great coaches do, he knew exactly where he needed to fill a void or add depth and talent in order to maximize his scoring potential at the conference, regional and national level. Yet again, he also considered where the strengths and opportunities were in terms of his opponents. Along with the talent he recruited, Pollock also took pride in recruiting studentathletes who reflected his commitment to the pursuit of excellence both on the track, in the classroom and in life. Pollock’s commitment to excellence and track & field did not remain within the walls of Jervey, at the indoor track facility, or within the confines of Rock Norman Track. During his tenure, the men’s track & field team was known for community involvement through the elementary school Clemson Relays, the annual Christmas “adopt a family” party, and Shop with a Coach. Of all of his accomplishments, Pollock was most proud of his family. His three children (John, Kristen and Kathryn) and their successes were his greatest source of pride and joy. Editor’s Note: Holmes was Clemson’s assistant sports information director for track & field from 2000-05.

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