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TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information Media Information Social Media Clemson Indoor Track Rock Norman Track Men’s Outlook Women’s Outlook 2012-13 Schedule

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The Staff Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson Associate Head Coach Tim Hall Assistant Coach Brad Herbster Assistant Coach Chris Bostwick Assistant Coach Chris Huffins Assistant Coach Adrain Mann Operations Manager Shawn Cobey Graduate Assistant Anne Powell Support Staff

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

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2011-12 Year-in-Review Indoor Season Review Outdoor Season Review

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Men’s Indoor Marks Men’s Outdoor Marks Women’s Indoor Marks Women’s Outdoor Marks Tiger Honor Roll 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 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 Letterwinners

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QUICK FACTS University Information Location Clemson, SC 29633 Founded 1889 Enrollment 19,911 President James F. Barker Conference Atlantic Coast Nickname Tigers Colors Clemson Orange & Regalia Athletic Director Dan Radakovich Athletic Dept. Phone (864) 656-1935 Coaching Staff Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson Alma Mater/Yr Arkansas/2000 Season at Clemson 5th Office Phone (864) 656-2269 Johnson Email lawrenj@clemson.edu Associate Head Coach Tim Hall Alma Mater/Yr South Carolina State/1994 Season at Clemson 5th Office Phone (864) 656-1941 Hall Email hall9@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Brad Herbster Alma Mater/Yr South Carolina/1991 Season at Clemson 4th Office Phone (864) 656-1972 Herbster Email bherbst@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Chris Bostwick Alma Mater/Yr Cortland State/1999 Season at Clemson 1st Office Phone (864) 656-1942 Wilson Email cbostwi@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Chris Huffins Alma Mater/Yr California/2008 Season at Clemson 1st Office Phone (864) 656-1971 Ards Email chuffin@clemson.edu Assistant Coach Adrain Mann Alma Mater/Yr Florida/2001 Season at Clemson 1st Office Phone (864) 656-2265 Ards Email adrainm@clemson.edu Operations Manager Shawn Cobey Alma Mater/Yr Youngstown State/2001 Season at Clemson 4th Office Phone (864) 656-1971 Cobey Email scobey@clemson.edu Graduate Assistant Anne Powell Alma Mater/Yr UNC Wilmington/2011 Season at Clemson 2nd Office Phone (864) 656-2269 Ards Email akpowel@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 Online Media Guide Credits The 2012-13 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, Stanley Brewster, Rex Brown, Kerry Capps, Eddie Cliffe, Mark Crammer, Chris Donahue, Earl Hulst, Annemarie Jacques, Craig Mahaffey, Cheryl Treworgy and Patrick Wright. Team Poster Team posters are available in the Clemson sports information office, located in the Jervey Athletic Center. They are also free by mail, just send a request to P.O. Box 31, Clemson, SC 29633 to the attention of Sikes.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

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Philip Sikes Associate SID • Track & Field Contact Interview Requests Please submit requests for interviews with 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 conducted at the indoor or outdoor track, or in the SID office. Coaches and student-athletes are available after home competitions. Attending Meets We encourage all media covering Clemson athletics to attend home track & field meets. The Tigers have two 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. 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.

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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 are available 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. Social Media Like ‘Clemson University Track & Field’ on Facebook and follow the Tigers on Twitter @CUTrackandField. 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

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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 73foot 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 Track ROCK NORMAN 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 2009, 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

4 When examining the development of the Clemson men’s track & field program, there is no doubt the building process has been masked by the immense success enjoyed by its counterpart, the Tiger women. A closer look at Clemson’s results, however, reveals that the Tigers have been consistent and deliberate as they ascend the standings within the Atlantic Coast Conference. “If you look at the teams that have been successful in the ACC, it’s taken them about eight years to win that first title on the men’s side,” said Clemson Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson. “We’ve taken our time, so that when we win a championship, it sticks. We want to develop a model, one that we can sustain for a long period of time. I truly believe we’ll challenge for some ACC Championships the next two years.” To do that in 2013, Clemson will rely heavily upon the performances of hurdling sensation Spencer Adams. As a red-shirt junior, when focusing solely on track after a two-sport career his first three years at Clemson, the results were glaring. He was a twotime first-team All-American, capped by a thirdplace finish in the 100 hurdles at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Adams, who graduated in December, will be Clemson’s key performer in the track events and the leader of a talented stable of hurdlers. “At this point, Spencer is very motivated,” Johnson said. “We want him to be a vocal leader, and he started that process in the offseason.” Adams won’t be Clemson’s only hurdler with national meet experience. Last year, Marcus Maxey made his first appearance at the NCAA Championships and was also an all-conference hurdler both seasons. Elijah Britton is another returning letterman that will have a chance to contribute in both hurdle events as a sophomore.

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If Adams is the key contributor for this team, sprinter Warren Fraser won’t be far behind. He was a 2012 Olympian, running the 100 meters for his native country of The Bahamas. Fraser ran a personal best 10.18 in the event and was a second-team AllAmerican as a junior. He returns with a boost of confidence after an offseason that also included a silver medal in the NACAC U23 Championships with the Bahamian relay. With the graduation of Justin Murdock, the short sprint success will hinge largely on the impact of a freshman, Tevin Hester of Oxford, NC. Hester is a dynamic sprinter who won the New Balance National Championship last winter in the 60 dash. “Tevin is probably one of the most talented sprinters we have signed at Clemson,” Johnson said. “He’s got serious wheels and fantastic range.” Jameel Abdul-Mateen and Reggie Lewis, who also double as long jumpers, may be able to help in the short sprints as well. Brunson Miller transferred into the program from The Citadel for his final season of eligibility after a decorated Southern Conference tenure. Including relays, he won seven SoCon titles and owns a personal best of 46.97 in the 400 dash. He will be pushed by returning letterman La’Mont Jackson, who has endured a rash of injuries the last two seasons. “Brunson is a hard worker and is very disciplined,” Johnson said. “He’s a leader, and that’s one thing our men’s team has been lacking.” In the middle distance, Clemson looks to talented junior Aaron Ramirez to lead the group. Ramirez qualified for the NCAA East Prelims in both the 800 and 1500, and was fourth at the ACC Championships in the latter event. He was one of the ACC’s most improved runners this fall, and capped a tremendous cross country season with all-region honors. Ty McCormack is Clemson’s best longer distance runner, but he red-shirted the fall cross country season after taking part in a study abroad program in China. McCormack is expected to return for indoor and outdoor track, and when he does, he has All-ACC potential in the steeplechase. He ran a personal best 8:50.35 at last year’s NCAA East Prelims. Clemson’s field event athletes include several talented sophomores in the horizontal and vertical jumps. Last year, Clemson competed three freshmen in the long jump and triple jump, with Shai Carpenter having the most consistent impact. He was an All-ACC triple jumper and set the school’s outdoor freshman

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Shai Carpenter record for the event. Carpenter will be supported by Abdul-Mateen in the long jump. He showed flashes of potential as a freshman, and will be pushed by Lewis, who transferred from Kennesaw State. Torian Ware is the team’s only returning vertical jumper, and he neared the seven-foot mark in the high jump on multiple occasions. He was an All-ACC performer during the 2012 indoor season with a leap of 6’11.75”. “Torian is our quiet giant,” Johnson said. “He’s very focused. When we needed Torian at the conference meet, he came through as a freshman. That’s indicative of the kind of guy he can be for us.” In the throws, Clemson returns all three of its top performers from a year ago in Marcus Brown, Todd Christy and Cory Thalheimer. A transfer from Maryland-Eastern Shore, Brown was a consistent scorer in the shot put on the ACC level. Thalheimer, one of the team leaders, also has the ability to contend for all-conference honors in the shot put. All of Clemson’s field event athletes will be under the direction of new assistant coaches. Chris Bostwick will be in charge of Clemson’s horizontal jumpers, while Chris Huffins will work with Ware in the high jump, and with Clemson’s throwers. Both have been highly successful at major Division I programs, but more importantly, both are known as tenacious recruiters. “To be better as a program, it was important to attract talented recruiters,” Johnson said. “For the type of athletes we want, we need talented coaches. Along with our new sprints and hurdles assistant, Adrain Mann, they all exemplify what we are trying to do at Clemson. Our coaches are key in the continued development of our men’s program.”


WOMEN’S SEASON OUTLOOK Carrying the weight of high expectations, some coaches may choose to cease all talk of winning a national championship. Some may even consider it a distraction. Just don’t count Clemson Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson as one of those coaches. Now in his fifth year directing the combined Clemson track & field program, his women’s team will be one of the favorites at the 2013 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships. “This is something we’ve talked about since our seniors were freshmen,” Johnson said. “It’s one of the goals we have as a program. Outdoor, we were the fourth-best team in the country last season. We’re supposed to grow from there toward that No. 1 spot. We talk about that every day.” A quick glance over Clemson’s roster, and it’s easy to see why Johnson and his coaching staff are optimistic of their chances. The large 2013 senior class has led Clemson to sweeps of the ACC indoor and outdoor titles every year. In fact, their closest margin of victory in an ACC Championship was 52.5 points – a blowout in the track world. How have the Tigers fared on the national scene? Clemson’s women have finished among the nation’s top seven teams in four of the past six NCAA national meets. In 2012, the Tigers were top five in both seasons, including a program-best fourth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Fourteen student-athletes on Clemson’s 201213 roster have competed in at least one NCAA championship meet. Eleven have earned at least one All-America accolade. Add in a talented mix of newcomers, and Clemson’s roster appears loaded. The short sprints will be a strength, especially if senior Stormy Kendrick stays healthy. A former IAAF World Junior Champion at 200 meters, Kendrick has collected seven ACC titles as an individual and with relays. She helped Clemson’s 4x100 relay to a bronze medal last summer. Johnson expects her best season to date. “It is time for Stormy to elevate past the ACC level,” he said. “We need her to be a key contributor at the national championships. We’ve addressed that in our meetings with her.” Fellow senior Jasmine Edgerson has been a key contributor in so many different ways over the course of her career. She is a three-time All-American with the 4x1 and a 10-time All-ACC performer. Tabbed a “worker bee” by Johnson, the Marietta, GA native looks to contribute more as a short sprinter in 2013. Dezerea Bryant had arguably the most decorated freshman season in Clemson history in 2012. She swept the ACC short sprints and was named Freshman-of-the-Year, was a three-time first-team All-American, and capped it with a USA Junior Championship in the 100 meters. Valencia Hannon (Elmont, NY) will provide depth in the short sprints as a first-year freshman. The Tigers will be one of the best units in the country when it comes to the quarter mile. Marlena Wesh returns for her senior season after reaching the semifinals of the Olympic Games for Haiti. The nine-time ACC Champion broke the conference meet record with a winning time of 51.43 at the 2012 outdoor meet. She went on to earn first-team AllAmerica honors in the 400 across both seasons, as well as with the 4x1. Wesh was the ACC Outdoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year and also earned a silver medal in the 400 at the NACAC U23 Championships. “Being at the Olympic Games gave Marlena an appreciation for what it means to be on an international level,” Johnson said. “She has a different

outlook this year, I can see it in her eyes already.” Nia Fluker and Brittany Pringley will also compete in the open 400 and with the mile relay. Johnson believes Fluker will take a step forward as a sophomore, and labeled her the strongest quarter miler he’s ever coached. She was part of two ACC Championship relays in 2012. Pringley, an AllAmerican with the relay as a freshman in 2010, helped the Tigers to the NCAA Championships in the 4x4 last season. The group with perhaps the most to prove after a change in personnel could be the Tiger distance squad. Gone are All-ACC staples Alyssa Kulik and Kim Ruck. Both were integral parts of Clemson’s success the past three seasons. Replacing Kulik’s productivity in the steeplechase, where she was a two-time AllAmerican, must be at a premium in 2012-13. Rather than replacement by a single standout, it will be a group effort in the middle distance and distance areas. The most likely candidates to step up will be Natalie Anthony, Erin Barker and Kate Borowicz, three leaders of the cross country team in the fall. Anthony was a high point scorer last indoor season for the Tigers, while Barker has a year of eligibility after graduating from Furman. She and Borowicz were all-region in cross country. While it may take time to adjust to new faces up front in the distance events, the same could not be said for Johnson’s hurdle crews. Clemson returns the nation’s deepest, most talented unit in the high hurdles, and improved its cast of all-star candidates in the intermediate hurdles as well. First and foremost in the hurdles unit is Brianna Rollins, a senior who has two outdoor seasons of eligibility remaining. The Miami, FL native was the 2011 NCAA Champion in the 60 hurdles, but also was runner-up last season in both high hurdle events at the national meets. Rollins made the final as the youngest competitor last summer in the U.S. Olympic Trials, falling just three spots shy of a berth on Team USA. Johnson believes big things are in store for Rollins in 2012-13. “My expectation for Brianna is to become a superstar,” he said. “She’s one of the top 10 hurdlers in the United States. I look for her to be amazing. She’s working harder than she’s ever worked in the offseason. It’s amazing how a little success will do that for you.” Behind Rollins, but not by much, is junior Bridgette Owens. She was the NCAA’s third-place finisher in both high hurdle events last season. Owens also has the ability to help the Tigers in the open 200 meters and with the 4x100 relay. A third high-impact performer in the high hurdles is Keni Harrison, a dual threat sophomore out of Clayton, NC. Harrison was the ACC Champion in the 400 hurdles last season and a second-team outdoor All-American in both events. She could be Clemson’s next superstar in the hurdles with a year of seasoning under her belt. Nnenya Hailey, a freshman from Atlanta, GA, will provide an immediate boost to the intermediate hurdles, and will also be a factor down the road in the high hurdles. She was the 2011 IAAF World Youth Champion in the 400 hurdles. The Tigers also added Keisha Richburg, a transfer from Miami Dade Community College. She was the Florida state champion in the 300 hurdles as a high school senior. Both will push returning senior Sonni Austin, a former NCAA qualifier in the 400 hurdles. The jumps will also feature a pair of new faces in 2012-13. April Sinkler, one of the greatest jumpers in ACC history, graduated. She will be replaced by a pair

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5 of freshmen, Shemiah Brooks of High Point, NC and Mimieux Land of Albany, GA. Brooks’ top event is the triple jump. She was a New Balance All-American indoor and outdoor in 2012, and a three-time state champion in the event as well. Land will compete in all three jumps, inheriting a role Tiger fans were accustomed to seeing from Sinkler. “Shemiah is tall with great leverage, while Mimi has a bubbly personality and is a heck of a competitor,” Johnson said. “They’ll both make an impact as freshmen.” Both will push senior Jasmine Brunson to greater heights. Last season, she was the ACC indoor champion and a first-team All-American in the triple jump. She did not follow through with consistency during outdoor season, an area Johnson would like to see improvement in her final campaign. Clemson will be deep in the pole vault in 2012-13. Clemson returns its top four performers in that area and adds another body to make for some competitive practices. Christy Gasparino is the top returning vaulter. Last year, she advanced to her first NCAA national meet. Gasparino holds the Clemson outdoor record, while Lauren Terstappen is the indoor recordholder. Terstappen returns after her outdoor season was cut short due to injury. Caroline Bond also has an opportunity to give the Tigers three of the top pole vaulters in the ACC. Brittney Waller returns as a senior and Clemson’s top thrower. She is a two-time defending weight throw champion in the ACC, but looks to return to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2011. “Brittney will have to deal with pressure and expectations,” Johnson said. “She’s as talented as any thrower I’ve ever seen, but she has to embrace the fact that we’re counting on her.” Clemson returns both of its multi-event athletes in 2012-13 in Karine Farias and Whitney Fountain. A red-shirt sophomore, Fountain was all-conference in the pentathlon and heptathlon in 2012. She is better suited for the pentathlon since it doesn’t feature the javelin throw, arguably her weakest event. “Whitney will be a national scorer and ACC Champion for us,” Johnson said. “I’m excited for her development. I hope she’ll announce herself this year in our quest for this national championship.” Spoken like a coach who truly doesn’t back down from high expectations.

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2012-13 SCHEDULE

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“We wanted to make sure we put ourselves in position to face some of the best teams in the country throughout the regular season. We’ve put together our most competitive schedule in the last five years, and it will prepare us for the ACC Championships and NCAA Championships.” - Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson

Lawrence Johnson The 2012-13 Clemson track & field schedule was announced in November by Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson. Clemson’s indoor slate is highlighted by a second straight trip to New York City for the prestigious New Balance Invitational, as well as a Feb. 8-9 trip to Fayetteville, AR for the Tyson Invitational – the same site that will host the 2013 NCAA Indoor Championships. Indoor Schedule Highlights: • The Tigers will host three meets at the school’s indoor track complex, beginning with their traditional opening the first weekend in December. The Orange & Purple Winter Classic will be held Friday, Dec. 1. • Following the indoor opener, the Tigers stay at home to train throughout the rest of the semester until returning for spring semester classes in early January. Clemson will host a one-day meet on Friday, Jan. 11 – the Tiger Challenge. • Following a trip to Birmingham’s CrossPlex facility to compete in the Auburn Invitational for the second straight year on Jan. 19, Clemson will be exposed to an oversized track at Kentucky’s McCravy Memorial on Jan. 25-26. • The New Balance Invitational will be held Feb. 1-2 at New York’s famous Armory track. Last season, the Tiger women claimed the event trophy in their first trip to the prestigious invitational. • The weekend of Feb. 8-9 will be a busy one for the track & field program, with three meets at three different venues. Clemson will host the Tiger Paw Invitational, but will also send groups to the Virginia Tech Elite in Blacksburg, VA and the Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, AR. The meet in Arkansas will serve as a precursor to the NCAA Championships. • The ACC Championships will be held Feb. 21-23 in Blacksburg at Tech’s Rector Field House, while the NCAA Nationals will be Mar. 8-9 in Fayetteville. Outdoor Schedule Highlights: • The Tigers kick off the outdoor slate with the 49ers Classic in Charlotte, NC. • For the second straight year, Clemson will take a team to Orlando, FL the second week of outdoor season for the UCF Invitational. The meet will feature Clemson’s dynamic sprints and hurdles versus those from the UCF program. • Clemson will return to the Texas Relays for the first time since 2011 on the weekend of Mar. 27-29, 2013. • The teams will head in one of two directions on the weekend of Apr. 5-6. Clemson will either travel to Auburn, AL for the Tiger Track Classic or to Gainesville,

COMPOSITE 2012-13 INDOOR & OUTDOOR SCHEDULE Dec. 1 Jan. 11 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 8 Mar. 9

INDOOR Orange & Purple Winter Classic Tiger Challenge Auburn Invitational Rod McCravy Memorial Rod McCravy Memorial New Balance Invitational New Balance Invitational Tiger Paw Invitational Tyson Invitational Virginia Tech Elite Tiger Paw Invitational Tyson Invitational Virginia Tech Elite ACC Championships ACC Championships ACC Championships Alex Wilson Invitational Virginia Tech Last Chance Virginia Tech Last Chance NCAA Championships NCAA Championships

Clemson, SC Clemson, SC Birmingham, AL Lexington, KY Lexington, KY New York, NY New York, NY Clemson, SC Fayetteville, AR Blacksburg, VA Clemson, SC Fayetteville, AR Blacksburg, VA Blacksburg, VA Blacksburg, VA Blacksburg, VA South Bend, IN Blacksburg, VA Blacksburg, VA Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR

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OUTDOOR 49ers Classic 49ers Classic UCF Invitational UCF Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays Texas Relays Tiger Track Classic Florida Relays Tiger Track Classic Florida Relays ACC Championships ACC Championships ACC Championships Penn Relays Penn Relays Penn Relays Bob Pollock Invitational Clemson Tiger Qualifier Clemson Tiger Qualifier NCAA East Preliminary Round NCAA East Preliminary Round NCAA East Preliminary Round NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships USATF Jr/Sr Championships USATF Jr/Sr Championships USATF Jr/Sr Championships USATF Jr/Sr Championships

Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Orlando, FL Orlando, FL Austin, TX Austin, TX Austin, TX Auburn, AL Gainesville, FL Auburn, AL Gainesville, FL Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Clemson, SC Clemson, SC Clemson, SC Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC Eugene, OR Eugene, OR Eugene, OR Eugene, OR Des Moines, IA Des Moines, IA Des Moines, IA Des Moines, IA

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FL for the annual Florida Relays, held at the school’s Percy Beard Track. • The ACC Championships are set for Apr. 18-20 in Raleigh, NC - it is NC State’s first time playing host to the conference meet since 2003. The Clemson women are the three-time defending meet champions. • Following their annual trip to Historic Franklin Field for the Penn Relays, the Tigers will return home for a pair of low-key meets in May to prepare for the upcoming NCAA first and second rounds. The Bob Pollock Invitational is set for May 4, with the Tiger Qualifier the following weekend. • The NCAA East Prelims return to Greensboro, NC and the campus of North Carolina A&T for the first time since 2010. The nationals follow June 5-8, and will be held at Oregon’s Hayward Field this season.

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Senior Hurdler BRIANNA ROLLINS • Five-time USTFCCCA All-American • 2011 NCAA Champion, 60 Hurdles • 2012 NCAA Silver Medalist, 60 Hurdles • 2012 NCAA Silver Medalist, 100 Hurdles • 2012 NACAC U23 Gold Medalist, 100 Hurdles • 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Finalist, 100 Hurdles

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DIRECTOR OF TRACK & FIELD LAWRENCE JOHNSON Lawrence Johnson is in his fifth season as Clemson’s director of track & field and cross country. Under his leadership, the men’s team has shown consistent progress, while the women’s program has blossomed into the ACC’s best and one of the elite-level programs in the nation. Clemson has swept the ACC indoor and outdoor team championships in women’s track & field each of the past three seasons. Johnson also swept ACC and Southeast Region Coach-of-the-Year honors from 2010-12. In just four years, Johnson has coached 82 AllAmericans and 48 ACC event champions. His athletes have been named the ACC meet most valuable performers on the track or in the field 11 times, while four have been named Athlete of the Year by the conference. Johnson’s athletes have continued to establish school records as the program elevates to new heights. Thirty-four of the current school indoor or outdoor men’s and women’s records have been set under Johnson’s watch. The Clemson women’s program earned topfive team finishes at the NCAA Championships in 2012. The indoor team tied for fifth place, while the outdoor team produced a program-best fourth-place tie. His program produced 25 All-Americans in 2012 alone, as well as 17 ACC event champions. Individually, Brianna Rollins was NCAA runner-up in the high hurdles both seasons. She was the ACC Indoor Track Athlete of the Year, while Marlena Wesh won the honor outdoors. Dezerea Bryant swept ACC Freshman of the Year honors, while April Sinkler was named ACC Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year. Three athletes he coached at Clemson, including two currently on the 2012-13 roster, competed in the London Olympics in August. Warren Fraser represented the Bahamas in the 100 dash, while Wesh competed in the 400 for Haiti. Patricia Mamona, who won a pair of NCAA Championships under Johnson in the triple jump, competed for Portugal.

JOHNSON’S HONORS

JOHNSON’S RÉSUMÉ

Indoor Track & Field - Southeast Region Women’s Coach-of-the-Year (2010, 2011, 2012); ACC Women’s Coach-of-the-Year (2010, 2011, 2012)

Personal Information Name: Lawrence A. Johnson Birthday: May 25, 1975 Wife: former Lilly Montgomery Children: Desirae (18), Lawrence (12), Laniah (8), Lukas (7) Education: Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the University of Arkansas (2000)

Outdoor Track & Field - Southeast Region Women’s Coach-of-the-Year (2010, 2011, 2012); ACC Women’s Coach-of-the-Year (2010, 2011, 2012)

Johnson’s program produced three top-25 NCAA team finishes in 2011, highlighted by the women’s team’s No. 7 standing at the national outdoor meet. He coached three NCAA individual champions - Rollins in the 60 hurdles, Miller Moss in the heptathlon, and Mamona in the outdoor triple jump. He also coached NCAA runner-up Sinkler in the indoor triple jump and Liane Weber in the heptathlon. Clemson won the 2010 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. Clemson won both the indoor and outdoor meet by over 50-point margins. Under Johnson’s watch, the 2010 women’s team totaled 17 All-America performers. Ten 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 Mamona’s first national championship performance in the triple jump. 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 first-team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American, while Mamona was named to the third team. Rollins was named the ACC’s top indoor rookie, while Stormy Kendrick went on to be named ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year. The 2010 season was a banner year for both individual and relay championships at the ACC level as well. Sinkler won the indoor and outdoor high jump and long jump, while Weber swept the pentathlon

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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 2 3 4 5 11 34 65 92

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By the Numbers IAAF World Junior Champions USA Junior & Pan American Junior Champions Olympians (3 at Clemson) NCAA Champions ACC Meet Most Valuable Performers Clemson Event Record-Holders ACC Champions (48 at Clemson) All-Americans (82 at Clemson)

and heptathlon with ACC records. The Tigers capped both meets by winning a relay on the final day. Indoors, a team of four freshmen captured the 4x400 relay in dominant fashion. Outdoors, Clemson took home the 4x100 relay. Both relays went on to AllAmerica 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 60 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 60 dash title. He also went on to win the 100 dash outdoors. Ford capped his brilliant season with an NCAA East Regional title in the 100 dash and 4x100 relay. The 4x100 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). 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 All-America certificate after placing sixth in the pentathlon at the NCAA Championships. Johnson, 37, 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-events for the


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CLEMSON STANDOUTS DURING JOHNSON’S TENURE NCAA CHAMPIONS (5) Men’s Indoor (2) 2009 Jacoby Ford 2011 Miller Moss

60 Dash Heptathlon

Women’s Indoor (1) 2011 Brianna Rollins

60 Hurdles

Women’s Outdoor (2) 2010 Patricia Mamona 2011 Patricia Mamona

Triple Jump Triple Jump

ALL-AMERICANS (82) Men’s Indoor (7) 2009 Jacoby Ford 2010 Spencer Adams Miller Moss 2011 Miller Moss Justin Murdock (2nd) Spencer Adams (2nd) 2012 Spencer Adams

60 Dash 60 Hurdles Heptathlon Heptathlon 60 Dash 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles

Men’s Outdoor (14) 2009 Jacoby Ford Murdock, Spiller Guy, Ford 2011 Miller Moss Justin Murdock (2nd) Spencer Adams (2nd) Fraser, Murdock (2nd) Jackson, Adams 2012 Spencer Adams Warren Fraser (2nd) Women’s Indoor (28) 2009 Liane Weber 2010 Kim Ruck Brianna Rollins Pringley, Rollins Austin, Edgerson April Sinkler Patricia Mamona April Sinkler Liane Weber 2011 Brianna Rollins Marlena Wesh

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 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. Harrison and Kristi Castlin combined to win ACC Championships in the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles, and All-America honors in the 60 hurdles under Johnson’s teaching in 2008. 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

100 Dash 4x100 Relay Decathlon 100 Dash 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 110 Hurdles 100 Dash Pentathlon 5000 Meters 60 Hurdles 4x400 Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Pentathlon 60 Hurdles 400 Dash

Championships. Castlin won the 100 hurdles with a meet record, while Harrison accomplished the same feat in the 400 hurdles. International success has followed Johnson’s athletes in his time at Clemson. Kendrick won an individual gold medal in the 200 dash at the IAAF World Junior Championships, while also adding a gold as a member of the 4x100 relay for Team USA in 2010. Kendrick’s individual championship was the first in Clemson women’s track & field history at the world juniors. Dezerea Bryant added a gold for the Tiger program in the 4x100-meter relay in 2012. Bryant was also the USA Junior Champion in the 100-meter dash and bronze medalist at World Juniors in the 200. In 2012, Alyssa Kulik (steeplechase) and Brianna Rollins (100 hurdles) collected gold medals at the North American, Central American and Caribbean Under-23 Championships in Guanajuato, Mexico. 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 back-to-back SEC “triple crown” championships during that time. Johnson earned an undergraduate degree in kinesiology from Arkansas in 2000. He earned

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April Sinkler Stormy Kendrick (2nd) Stormy Kendrick (2nd) Jasmine Edgerson (2nd) April Sinkler (2nd) Brittney Waller (2nd) Dezerea Bryant Dezerea Bryant Marlena Wesh Brianna Rollins Bridgette Owens Jasmine Brunson Jasmine Edgerson (2nd) Stormy Kendrick (2nd) Keni Harrison (2nd)

Women’s Outdoor (33) 2010 Golladay, Kendrick Scott, Edgerson April Sinkler Patricia Mamona April Sinkler 2011 Patricia Mamona Michaylin Golladay Alyssa Kulik Golladay, Gracia Morris, Edgerson April Sinkler Liane Weber Bridgette Owens (2nd) April Sinkler (2nd) Jasmine Brunson (2nd) April Sinkler (2nd) 2012 Marlena Wesh Alyssa Kulik Brianna Rollins Bridgette Owens Kendrick, Bryant Wesh, Edgerson April Sinkler Dezerea Bryant (2nd) Monique Gracia (2nd) Keni Harrison (2nd) Keni Harrison (2nd)

Triple Jump 60 Dash 200 Dash 60 Hurdles Long Jump Weight Throw 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles Triple Jump 60 Dash 60 Dash 60 Hurdles 4x100 Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump 100 Hurdles Steeplechase 4x100 Relay Long Jump Heptathlon 100 Hurdles High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump 400 Dash Steeplechase 100 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay Triple Jump 200 Dash 100 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles

Note: All-Americans are first team unless otherwise noted.

one varsity letter with the Razorbacks’ nationallyrenowned program. As a sprinter, he helped Arkansas to four SEC indoor and outdoor championships and the 1998 NCAA Outdoor national championship. 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 400 at Long Beach City College before moving on to Arkansas. Johnson is married to the former Lilly Montgomery. The couple has four children, Desirae (18), Lawrence (12), Laniah (8), and Lukas (7).


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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH TIM HALL Tim Hall is in his fifth 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 made a major impact on the Tiger program in his first four years on the job. He was elevated to the associate head coach position for 2012-13. Clemson has captured ACC championships in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field in each of the last three seasons with Hall on the staff. The women’s team has had six straight NCAA top-20 finishes as well, culminating with a pair of top-five performances in 2012. Hall’s groups have been major parts of Clemson’s success over the past three years, particularly on the women’s side. His groups have claimed 23 ACC event titles in his four years with the program, including 19 in women’s track & field alone the last three seasons. He was the recipient of the USTFCCCA’s Southeast Region Assistant Coach-of-the-Year award after leading the Tiger sprints program to an outstanding outdoor season in 2012. His group was responsible for nine ACC Championships, including five during outdoor season. He coached 11 of Clemson’s 25 All-Americans, including Dezerea Bryant, the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Freshman of the Year. Bryant won four individual ACC short sprint titles and a gold medal in the 4x100 relay at the IAAF World Junior Championships under Hall’s guidance. Also in 2012, Hall coached his first Olympians in men’s sprinter Warren Fraser and women’s sprinter Marlena Wesh, both juniors at Clemson. In 2011, sprinter Stormy Kendrick was the ACC’s Most Valuable Track Performer both indoor and outdoor after winning titles in the 60, 100 and 200. She also led the indoor 4x400 relay and the 4x100 relay to their second straight conference crowns. On the men’s side, he coached Justin Murdock to NCAA qualification in the indoor 60, and the outdoor 100 and 200 last season. He also played a role in helping the men’s 4x400 relay to an indoor/outdoor sweep of ACC titles. He has coached the women’s 4x100 relay to three consecutive All-America performances, culminating with a bronze medal in Des Moines, IA at the 2012 national meet. Kendrick’s ultimate accomplishment came at the 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships, where she captured gold medals in the 200 dash and 4x100 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 have made quite an impression on the Tiger record books. Kendrick is atop the Clemson record books in the 60 and 100, while Wesh owns the top 400 times for both seasons. Bryant is among the top three in Clemson history in all four short sprints as well. On the men’s side, he coached ACC record-holder Jacoby Ford in the 60 dash. He and Murdock also own two of the top five times in the 100 dash in Clemson history, quite an accomplishment considering the sprint program’s decorated history. Hall took Ford to the pinnacle of the sport in 2009, his first year at Clemson. With Hall’s guidance, Ford captured the NCAA championship in the 60 dash, his first and the ninth individual indoor crown for the men’s track & field program at Clemson.

Ford, now a standout for the NFL’s Oakland Raiders, put together one of the most amazing seasons in the history of Clemson’s storied sprint program. Ford won ACC championships in both the 60 (with ACC record time 6.51) and 100 dash events, while also leading the Tigers at the NCAA East Regional with a championship in the 100 dash and as anchor leg for the 4x100 relay. Due to the success of Ford and the men’s 4x100 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 100 dash (10.01) and the 4x100 relay to a school-record time of 38.77 and third-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Hall was an assistant for Charlotte from 19962008, 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 Conference-USA and then in the Atlantic-10. In his final season with the 49ers he coached Lamarra Currie, who earned conference crowns in the 100, 200, and 4x100, was named women’s Most Outstanding Performer. She was also an NCAA qualifier in two events and CoSIDA firstteam Academic All-American. He coached Ebonie Cunningham to a championship in the 400 dash and 4x400 relay. She was named A-10 Rookie-of-the-Year. On the men’s side, Darius Law won the 200 and 400 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 4x100 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 400 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

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HALL’S RÉSUMÉ Personal Information Name: Timothy L. Hall Birthday: August 10, 1969 Wife: former Adrean Byers Children: TeAnna (22) and Timothy, Jr. (8) 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 Associate Head Coach, Clemson

1996-2005 2005-08 2008-12 2012-Present

By the Numbers 1 - NCAA Champion (Jacoby Ford, 60m - 2009); ACC Record-Holder (Jacoby Ford, 60m - 6.51) 2 - IAAF World Junior Champions (Stormy Kendrick, 200 Dash - 2010; Dezerea Bryant, 4x100 Relay - 2012) 3 - Regional Assistant Coach-of-the-Year Honors 23 - ACC Event Champions 44 - All-Americans (38 at Clemson)

honors with the 49ers’ women’s team. She earned the honor in the 100 dash in 2006. 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 60 dash in 2005, while Woods was the program’s first female All-American in 2006. Johnson was also 2002 Conference-USA Freshman-of-the-Year under Hall’s tutoring. 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 (22) and Timothy Jr. (8).


ASSISTANT COACH BRAD HERBSTER Brad Herbster is in his fourth 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 has had a tremendous impact on the program in his first three seasons with the Tigers. Herbster was elevated to the title of associate head cross country coach in August of 2012. Clemson has captured ACC championships in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field in each of the last three seasons with Herbster on the staff. The women’s team has had six straight NCAA top-20 finishes as well, culminating with a pair of top-five efforts in 2012. Herbster coached Alyssa Kulik to an incredible career in the steeplechase. She was fourth at the NCAA Championships in 2011, earning the first AllAmerica honor in women’s program history for the event. She followed as a senior in 2012 with her first individual ACC Championship and a seventh-place finish and second straight All-America nod at the NCAA Championships. Kulik competed at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in the steeplechase, finishing 15th. In 2010, he coached Kim Ruck to All-America 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. Ruck followed up with another quality season on the track in 2011. She won the ACC 10,000-meter race and was all-conference indoors in the 3K and 5K. Under Herbster’s tutelage, Ruck and Kulik experienced outstanding individual results in cross country as well. Ruck was all-region three straight years (2009-11) and All-ACC in 2009. Kulik was allregion in 2010 and 2011, leading the team to a fourth-place finish in the latter year. 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. That season marked the first time in 17 years the Tiger women’s team had two all-region performers in the same cross country season. Herbster continues to make strides with the men’s distance program as well. Chris Slate was All-ACC in the 800 both indoor and outdoor in 2011 and 2012. Slate also advanced to the NCAA Championships for the first time as a senior in 2012, Clemson’s first in the 800 meters since 1999. He coached Ty McCormack and Aaron Ramirez to strong cross country performances the last two years. McCormack was All-ACC in 2011, while Ramirez’ improvement culminated with an all-region showing this past fall. 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 all-region honors and compete individually at the NCAA Cross Country Championships. On the men’s side, Herbster coached Adu Dentamo to the first-ever A-10 individual championship in Charlotte history. 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-the-Year in his initial campaign with the 49ers. On the track, 27 of Herbster’s conference champions came from the women’s track & field team at Charlotte. He coached Aja Jackson to nine individual crowns from 2007-09 and Cassie Ficken to seven in 2005 and 2006. Under Herbster’s coaching, Ficken was 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. 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 Area: Distance Coaching History Head Coach, North Mecklenburg HS Assistant Coach, Charlotte Associate Head Coach, Charlotte Assistant Coach, Clemson

1999-2001 2002-05 2005-09 2009-Present

By the Numbers 4 - All-Americans (3 at Clemson - Kim Ruck, 2010; Alyssa Kulik, 2011-12) 7 - All-Region XC Selections at Clemson 30 - All-Conference XC Selections (2 at Clemson - Kim Ruck, 2009; Ty McCormack, 2011) 38 - Conference Track Champions (3 at Clemson - Kim Ruck, 2010 Indoor 5K & 2011 Outdoor 10K; Alyssa Kulik, 2012 Steeplechase)

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 AllAmericans and five state champions. He then spent one year at Hopewell High School in Huntersville, NC. 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 allconference performer and still ranks fifth in school history on the all-time 3000-meter steeplechase performance list. Herbster, 43, is married to the former Deborah Akins.


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ASSISTANT COACH CHRIS BOSTWICK Chris Bostwick is in his first season as a member of Clemson’s track & field coaching staff. Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson made the announcement in September. Bostwick, most recently an assistant coach at Michigan State, will be in charge of the horizontal and vertical jumps for Clemson’s men and women. He will also assist with the multi-events. “I’ve had the opportunity to see Chris when he was coaching at Miami (OH) and I was an assistant at Southern Illinois,” Johnson said. “He had two of the best female long jumpers in the country. We met through competition. Over the years, he’s continued to be a good coach at Michigan State. He has always had some athletes at the national championships. His athletes have always done well at the Big Ten level. “Chris was looking to join a national championship contender, and I was looking for someone who could take over all of our jumping events. He’s a tenacious recruiter and is great with people. He will be a great fit at Clemson.” Bostwick joins the Tiger staff after six seasons as the jumps and multi-events coach in East Lansing. In his time with the Spartan program, he coached eight All-Americans and eight individual Big Ten Champions. This past season, he was named the 2012 USTFCCCA Great Lakes Region Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year. He coached freshman Tori Franklin to a bronze medal in the triple jump at the NCAA Indoor Championships. She also went on to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Trials after jumping 43’9.75” as a rookie. Becca Buchholtz also won her fourth Big Ten high jump crown under Bostwick’s leadership. Buchholtz won indoor high jump titles in 2009 and 2012, and outdoor crowns in 2010 and 2011. In 2011, Bostwick coached Codi Mattix to secondteam All-America honors. Mattix jumped 17’1” in the pole vault, improving nearly a foot on his personal best. He coached Ashley Stacey to silver medals at the USA Junior Championships and Pan American Junior Championships in the long jump. Stacey long jumped 20’9.75” as a freshman after, an improvement of over a foot from her high school personal best. Bostwick’s athletes had a solid 2009 season as well. Kyron Foster advanced to the NCAA Championships in the men’s triple jump after breaking the indoor and outdoor school record in the event, reaching a personal best 53’3” mark at nationals that year. He improved by six feet from high school. His first two seasons at Michigan State, he coached a pair of NCAA qualifiers, including Jonathan Allen in the men’s triple jump. He was a national finalist and was also the Big Ten runnerup in the event. Bostwick also mentored his first Big Ten Champion in 2007, his first indoor season with Michigan State, in pole vaulter Mark Langlois. Prior to his time at

BOSTWICK’S RÉSUMÉ Personal Information Name: Christopher David Bostwick Birthday: December 25, 1976 Education: Bachelor’s degree in physical education and coaching from Cortland State University (1999); Master’s degree in exercise science and biomechanics from Cortland State (2001) Coaching Areas: Jumps Coaching History Assistant Coach, Binghamton Assistant Coach, Miami (OH) Assistant Coach, Michigan State Assistant Coach, Clemson

Michigan State, Bostwick was an assistant coach from 2002-06 at Miami (OH). His athletes made four NCAA appearances, won two Mideast Regional titles and earned seven Mid-American Conference Championships. His athletes established 11 school records during the four-year run. Lashonda Davis and Sara Landau were two of his most decorated athletes at Miami. Both were twotime qualifiers, with Davis claiming four MAC titles in the long jump and Landau sweeping the 2006 pole vault competitions. Landau was also a two-time Mideast Regional Champion in the vault. In 2006, he also took Kristina Bolterstein to an indoor high jump title at the MAC Championships with a 5-foot-10 clearance. Bostwick spent two seasons at Binghamton University as an assistant men’s and women’s coach. He coached the sprints, jumps and multi-events. He coached six conference champions and 18 allconference athletes. A Level III certified track & field coach, Bostwick currently serves as the co-director for USA Track & Field’s coaches education program. He is also a member of the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Bostwick earned his undergraduate degree in physical education and coaching from Cortland State. He was a graduate assistant under Head Coach Dr. Jack Daniels while obtaining his master’s degree in exercise science and biomechanics.

2000-02 2002-06 2006-12 2012-Present

By the Numbers 1 - Regional Assistant Coach-of-the-Year honor 4 - Has coached at least one All-American in all four of the jumping events 20 - All-Americans (11 at Michigan State; 4 at Miami (OH); 5 at Cortland State) 24 - Conference Champions (8 at Michigan State; 10 at Miami (OH); 6 at Binghamton)

Q&A WITH COACH BOSTWICK What sold you on the opportunity at Clemson? “Before Coach Johnson took over, the women’s program had gone through a bit of a tough time. Over the past five years, it’s grown to the point where they’ve dominated the conference. When a job comes open in that type of program, you can’t help but take a peek at what it’s all about. Coach Johnson’s vision for the program was definitely appealing.” How does the men’s program bridge the gap with the success the Tiger women have achieved? “What you don’t want is to have a gap between your programs for a long period of time. The women have been doing well, but one of Coach Johnson’s goals in bringing in several new coaches is to build our men’s program. We want to sustain success on the women’s side, of course. The men have to believe that they can be as successful as the women’s program. That comes with a change of culture and by putting the pieces in place, and that’s our job as coaches.” What are some challenges as a first-year coach? “We believe in the system Coach Johnson has in place. Some of the challenges include getting used to a different work environment. I don’t see major challenges; I only see opportunities for growth.” Who are some of the standouts in your event areas? “Jasmine Brunson is ahead of where she was last year at this point. We have two freshmen that will open some eyes in Shemiah Brooks and Mimieux Land. Shemiah will help us in the horizontal jumps, and she’ll also do some hurdles. Mimi will be a triple threat for us. Shai Carpenter and Jameel Abdul-Mateen can help our men’s program get to the next level in the horizontal jumps. In the pole vault, Christy Gasparino is still a rookie. She’s still learning the event, but she has a big upside. Lauren Terstappen will give us a 1-2 punch in that event.” What goals have been set for the teams in 2012-13? “We want to the win ACC Championships. We’re trying to improve our men’s program and bring in pieces that will push us to the top. We want to improve on our conference finishes, and be in contention to win the title. On the women’s side, we want to continue dominating the ACC. We want to win a national title. We have to do things better than everyone else in recruiting and training. The student-athletes are working toward that same goal. Our young women have exactly what you need. Confidence comes through preparation. They know we have to go out and execute.”

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ASSISTANT COACH CHRIS HUFFINS Olympic bronze medalist Chris Huffins is in his first season as a member of Clemson’s track & field coaching staff. Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson added Huffins to his staff in September. Huffins, most recently an assistant coach at the University of Oklahoma during the 2011-12 season, will be in charge of the throwers and multi-event athletes at Clemson. “Chris brings a tremendous amount of experience to the staff,” Johnson said. “He brings accolades at the personal and coaching level that will only strengthen what we want to accomplish here. He can relate to some of our higher-level athletes. That’s what we need as we continue to move in an upward direction. We can really lean on someone with that kind of experience. We look forward to his contributions and are glad to welcome him as part of our staff.” Huffins was a two-time Olympian in the decathlon, and in 2000 he took home a bronze medal in Sydney, Australia. He is also a former NCAA Champion in the decathlon, winning the grueling competition in 1993 as a student-athlete at the University of California at Berkeley. Huffins had a highly decorated professional career. He won the decathlon at the 1998 and 1999 USA Track & Field Championships, as well as the 1999 Pan American Games. He was runner-up in the 1995 USA Championships before claiming a 10th-place finish at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA. He claimed the John Bennett Award three consecutive years from 1998-2000. The award is presented by USA Track & Field to an athlete whose dedication supports the promotion of the decathlon. He has head coaching experience, as he spent five seasons in charge of his alma mater from 2002-07. He coached 23 All-Americans and five athletes that went on to compete in the U.S. Olympic Trials. He led the Cal women to a fifth-place finish in the Pac-10 in 2005. In 2007, the Bears finished eighth in the women’s team race at the NCAA Outdoor Championships behind the strength of two championship performances, Alysia Johnson in the 800 and Kelechi Anyanwu in the discus throw. He also recruited some of the nation’s top recruiting classes at Cal, according to Track & Field News. Following his time at Cal, he has been an assistant coach at Boise State, Eastern Michigan and Oklahoma. In his most recent stint, he helped the OU women to a seventh-place finish at the 2012 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Individually, he coached Ti’Anca Mock to a secondteam All-America accolade in the long jump at outdoor nationals. He spent the 200809 season at Boise State, where he coached Elena Kafourou to the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championship in the long jump, the only national champion in school history. Her individual crown led the Broncos to a 19thplace team finish. He also mentored Ryan Grinnell to a pair of All-America honors

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HUFFINS’ RÉSUMÉ Personal Information Name: Christopher A. Huffins Birthday: April 15, 1970 Wife: former Tamika Tobar Children: Zachary (13) and Jaxon (newborn) Education: Bachelor’s degree in political economies of industrialized societies from the University of California at Berkeley (2008) Coaching Areas: High jump, throws & multi-events Coaching History Assistant Coach, Wake Forest Assistant Coach, Georgia Tech Head Coach, California Assistant Coach, Boise State Assistant Coach, Eastern Michigan Assistant Coach, Oklahoma Assistant Coach, Clemson

1997-2000 2000-02 2002-07 2008-09 2010-11 2011-12 2012-Present

By the Numbers 1 - Olympic medal (bronze in the decathlon in 2000) 5 - Years of heading coaching experience 28 - All-Americans (23 at California; 3 at Boise State; 1 at Eastern Michigan; 1 at Oklahoma)

and five individual WAC Championships in the jumps. With Huffins on board, the Broncos’ men’s program won the 2009 WAC Indoor Championship and went on to a 25th-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Huffins spent the 2010-11 season at Eastern Michigan. He coached four individual MidAmerican Conference Champions, in addition to the 4x100-meter relay. One of his athletes, Vanier Joseph, was a second-team All-American in the 60 hurdles. He also coached Brycen Spratling to Most Outstanding Performer honors at the MAC Outdoor Championships, and Donald Scott to the USA Junior Championship in the triple jump. Huffins has familiarity with the Atlantic Coast Conference. He was an assistant at Wake Forest from 1997-2000 and Georgia Tech from 2000-02. He coached the Demon Deacons’ first ACC Champion and NCAA qualifier in the 100 and 200 meters, as well as an ACC Champion 4x100 relay. At Tech, he helped the Yellow Jacket women claim the school’s first and only ACC Championship in track & field in 2002. A native of Brooklyn, NY, Huffins earned a degree in political economies of industrialized societies from California in 2008. He and his wife, the former Tamika Tobar, have two sons, Zachary (13) and Jaxon (newborn).

Q&A WITH COACH HUFFINS What sold you on the opportunity at Clemson? “What interested me most was the winning culture here at Clemson. Coach Johnson has the foundation built already that I very much believe is the right way to win. We’re unabashed about wanting excellence in not only athletics, but also academics. That was very attractive to me.” What goals have been set for the teams in 2012-13? “The stated goals of the program are to be the very best we can be. We want to win ACC Championships with both genders. Placing in the top three of the ACC would be a substantial step forward for the men, but none of the coaches came here to be third place. The goal is to win.” Does the men’s history give you optimism for the future? “Probably me more than any other coach, because I was in the conference when Clemson was on top of men’s track & field. For five years, I was beat by Clemson. I know how good we can be. I don’t think it will take us very long, once we have all the oars in the water. We will have some returned success on the men’s side.” What are some challenges as a first-year coach? “It’s basic stuff – you learning the kids, the kids learning you. I have to make sure I’m in line with the established culture. If it’s a changing culture, you have to set a line of how things will be done going forward. We need to keep things in line with the directive of the head coach, which is a good one.” Who are some of the standouts in your event areas? “The standouts I’ve inherited are Whitney Fountain and Brittney Waller. Those two are going to make very large impacts on our program at the ACC and national level. Brittney has the ability to be the best in the country. We’ll see how that shakes out, because we have some growth to go through between now and then. The next line of defense includes our top two male throwers – Marcus Brown and Cory Thalheimer. They’ve had very good fall training, and are ready to move into the upper echelon of ACC throwers.” What are some of your coaching philosophies? “I bring a reasonable wealth of knowledge in a lot of areas. I bring a similar mindset to Coach Johnson, which is very disciplined and organized. I’m progressive and aggressive – I want to help secure the best talent to push us to be the best in the country.”

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ASSISTANT COACH ADRAIN MANN Adrain Mann is in his first season as an assistant coach on Clemson’s track & field staff. Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson made the announcement in September. Mann, a former AllAmerican at the University of Florida and most recently a volunteer assistant with LSU track & field, will assist in the instruction of Clemson’s sprinters and hurdlers. “I’ve noticed Adrain the last few years as he has volunteered with the LSU program,” Johnson said. “He’s hard-working and knowledgeable about sprinting and hurdling. I’ve been impressed with the sacrifices he has made to be a college coach. He can use his experiences to help us keep the program moving in an upward direction. He has a lot to offer to our student-athletes, and we’re excited to have him around.” Mann joins the Tiger staff after spending the last five seasons as a volunteer assistant under Dennis Shaver at LSU. During this stretch, LSU won a pair of NCAA Championships in women’s outdoor track & field, 2008 and 2012. In five indoor and outdoor seasons with Mann as a volunteer, the Tigers finished no worse than sixth at an NCAA national meet. The LSU men’s program also finished no worse than sixth, with runner-up NCAA finishes in 2008 and 2012. Mann was a five-time All-American hurdler at the University of Florida from 1996-2000. He earned a pair of individual All-America honors in the 400 hurdles, finishing as high as fifth at the 2000 outdoor meet. He still ranks sixth on the school’s all-time performance list in the 400 hurdles with a personal best 49.68 at the 2000 Reebok Invitational in Atlanta, GA. In 2000, his performance helped the Gators to a fourth-place team finish at the NCAA Outdoor

MANN’S RÉSUMÉ Personal Information Name: Adrain Coleman Mann Birthday: May 23, 1978 Education: Bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Florida (2001) Coaching Areas: Sprints, Hurdles Coaching History Volunteer Assistant, LSU Assistant Coach, Clemson

2007-12 2012-Present

By the Numbers 2 - NCAA Championships won by the LSU women’s track & field team with Mann as a volunteer assistant 5 - All-America honors as a Florida hurdler 6 - Rank on the UF all-time list in the 400 hurdles

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Championships in Durham, NC. He went on to compete in the 400 hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Trials that year. He was also a member of three All-America 4x400 relays with the Gators, including both seasons in 1998. He helped the 4x4 to an SEC Championship during the 1998 indoor season as well. He earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Florida in 2001. Prior to his time in Gainesville, Mann was a threetime state champion in the 300 intermediate hurdles at Wolfson High School in Jacksonville. He led Wolfson to the 1996 state championship. Mann, 34, holds a Level II coaching certification from USA Track & Field.

What sold you on the opportunity at Clemson? “All areas of the university’s staff and alumni promoted a family-like atmosphere. That was very appealing. Another obvious selling point was Coach Johnson’s leadership. Working with him each and every day soaking up his experience and knowledge has been rewarding in a short period of time.” What are some challenges as a first-year coach with a different program? “As long as we teach our student-athletes the ‘Clemson way’ of doing things, everything will take care of itself.” Who are some of the standouts in your event areas? “All of our hurdlers have the ability to succeed, and many of them have already done very well at the highest level. They’re all ears for listening and learning, which is a great asset to have. We have a very focused group, from warmups to the cool-down process. From what I’ve seen, it’s a very disciplined group of young men and women. “Of our newcomers, Michael Smith and Keisha Richburg could surprise some people this season.” What goals have been set for the teams in 2012-13? “For the women, the goal is to win the National Championship. For the men, we want to compete for an ACC title. For both programs, we want to continue the positive progress that has been made and keep the Tigers moving in the right direction.”

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OPERATIONS MANAGER SHAWN COBEY Shawn Cobey is in his fourth season as a member of the Tiger track & field staff. He was Clemson’s throws coach from 2009-12 before claiming the title of operations manager for the Tiger track & field and cross country program in August. In his new role, Cobey is in charge of the program’s travel arrangements, coordination of recruiting visits, equipment and meet management. He is also the program’s liaison with academics and compliance. Clemson captured ACC championships in women’s indoor and outdoor track & field in each of the last three seasons with Cobey on the staff. The women’s team has had six straight NCAA top-20 finishes as well, culminating with a pair of top-five efforts in 2012. Cobey’s athletes have been important contributors to the team success, both on the men’s and women’s sides over the last three years. Zach Berg overcame a long bout with injuries to flourish in 2010, his final season in a Clemson 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”) and 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 would go on to break Berg’s record in the weight throw as a senior in 2011, a year that turned out to be stellar for the Rock Hill, SC native. It was a senior season that culminated with his first and only ACC championship in the shot put at the outdoor league meet in Durham, NC. Padgett was also All-ACC in the indoor shot put under Cobey’s tutelage in 2011 as well. On the women’s side, Brittney Waller worked her way from all-conference in the weight throw

as a freshman to ACC Champion and second-team All-American in the event as a sophomore in 2011. Waller followed with a second straight league title in 2012 as a junior. Waller, a former USA Junior qualifier in both the discus and hammer, ranks among Clemson’s all-time top five performers in the weight, discus and hammer throws. 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. Merrill was also a USTFCCCA Scholar Athlete and third-team CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican. 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. Curry was reunited with her former coach at Clemson for the 2011 season. She was an ACC scorer in the shot put, weight and hammer throws and is ranked as high as No. 3 on the Tigers’ all-time performance list in the indoor shot put. The most decorated thrower in Youngstown history was coached by Cobey. Bethany Anderson was a 12time Horizon League champion from 2005-08. She was named Most Outstanding Field Performer at three Horizon League meets as well.

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COBEY’S RÉSUMÉ Personal Information Name: Shawn W. Cobey Birthday: July 8, 1978 Wife: former Ashleigh Evatt Education: Bachelor’s degree in education from Youngstown State (2001); Master’s degree in education leadership and administration from Youngstown State (2004) Coaching History Head Coach, Canfield HS (OH) Assistant Coach, Youngstown State Assistant Coach, Clemson

2001-03 2003-09 2009-12

By the Numbers 1 - CoSIDA Academic All-American 2 - Clemson Record-Holders (Zach Berg, Weight Throw - 2010; Alex Padgett, Hammer Throw - 2011) 35 - Conference Champions (3 at Clemson) 113 - All-Conference Performers (8 at Clemson)

He also coached Jarrod Davis to an outstanding career. Under his tutelage, Davis was a two-time Most Outstanding Field Performer and three-time qualifier for the NCAA Mideast Regional. 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 performers in the indoor and outdoor shot put, weight throw, discus and hammer throw. He earned a bachelor’s degree in education in 2001. He earned a master’s degree in education leadership and administration in 2004. Cobey, 34, married the former Ashleigh Evatt on July 21, 2012.


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16 Anne Powell is in her second season as a graduate assistant with the Clemson track & field program. She assists Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson with the administration of various operational areas of the program. She assists with the planning of track camps, clinics, recruiting weekends, and fan appreciation events. Powell helps maintain a recruiting database, assists with communication to potential recruits, and at the direction of the coaching staff, coordinates

recruiting visits. She will also be involved in managing the operations of hosting a track meet. In her first season with the program, Clemson’s women swept the ACC championships for a third straight year and finished in the top five at both the NCAA indoor and outdoor competitions. Powell joined the Tiger track & field program after a decorated pole vault career for the UNC Wilmington women’s track & field team. During her time with the Seahawks, she established both indoor and outdoor records for the women’s vault. Her lifetime best clearance was 12’8.25” (3.87m), set at the Penn State Challenge in February of 2011. She was a three-time All-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) performer, which included a pair of

silver medals in 2008 and 2009. She was third-team All-CAA in 2011, after sitting out the 2010 season due to injury. Powell also qualified for the ECAC Championships her first two seasons. This past year, she competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Bloomington, IN and was named the Seahawks’ team MVP for field events. She won the pole vault competition at four meets in 2011, including the Coastal Carolina Classic and Charlotte Invitational. Powell is a native of Ashland, VA and graduated from Patrick Henry High School in 2007. She earned her undergraduate degree from UNC Wilmington in exercise science and is pursuing a master’s degree in human resource development from Clemson.

James F. Barker University President

Dan Radakovich Athletic Director

Stephanie Ellison Assistant AD/ Compliance Services

Stephanie Gauquier Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Loreto Jackson Assistant AD/Sport Supervisor

Barbara Kennedy-Dixon Associate AD/Sr. Women’s Administrator

Matt Lombardi Assistant Director, Athletic Academic Services

Drew Moore Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Ricketts Assistant Director, Athletic Academic Services

Philip Sikes Associate Sports Information Director

CLEMSON ATHLETICS 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.

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2012-13 MEN’S ROSTER Name Height Jameel Abdul-Mateen 5-11 Spencer Adams 6-2 Jack Andritsch 6-3 Fesser Bell 6-4 Elijah Britton 6-2 Marcus Brown 6-4 Shai Carpenter 6-2 Travis Christenberry 6-1 Todd Christy 6-3 Josh Copus 5-11 C.J. Davidson 5-11 Josh Davis 5-9 Daniel Dey 5-11 Adam Doud 5-8 James Dwyer 5-11 Warren Fraser 5-9 Roland Hakes 5-10 Tevin Hester 5-7 La’Mont Jackson 6-0 Nathaniel Johnson 6-3 Kevin Ketner 6-0 Jalen Langston 6-4 Stephen Lewandowski 5-9 Reggie Lewis 5-11 Martin Maloney 5-11 Ryan Mangone 5-8 Marcus Maxey 6-2 Ty McCormack 6-3 Sam McGill 5-7 Brunson Miller 6-0 Steven Phillips 5-5 Cole Rains 5-9 Aaron Ramirez 5-8 Jaron Roberson 6-3 Will Robinson 5-9 Michael Smith 6-1 Cory Thalheimer 6-1 Tim Tyler 5-11 Torian Ware 6-4 Joel White 6-0 Kyle Younkin 6-3

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Hometown Covington, GA Charlotte, NC Fishers, IN Radford, VA El Paso, TX Gaithersburg, MD Mauldin, SC Tampa, FL Wauseon, OH Winston-Salem, NC Clemson, SC Monument, CO Orlando, FL Seneca, SC Dunwoody, GA Nassau, Bahamas Irmo, SC Oxford, NC Winston-Salem, NC Atlanta, GA Fort Mill, SC Douglasville, GA Mountain Lakes, NJ Albany, GA Apple Valley, MN Pittsburgh, PA Athens, GA Gainesville, GA Aiken, SC Murrells Inlet, SC Cary, NC Asheville, NC Piedmont, SC Atlanta, GA Chadds Ford, PA Lithonia, GA Hopkinton, MA Mt. Pleasant, SC Crawfordville, GA St. Catherine, Jamaica Somerset, PA

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COACHING STAFF Director of Track & Field: Lawrence Johnson Associate Head Coach: Tim Hall Assistant Coach: Brad Herbster Assistant Coach: Chris Bostwick Assistant Coach: Chris Huffins Assistant Coach: Adrain Mann Operations Manager: Shawn Cobey Graduate Assistant: Anne Powell

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Jack Andritsch Fesser Bell Shai Carpenter Cory Thalheimer

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18 JAMEEL ABDUL-MATEEN Jumps 5-11 • Sophomore Covington, GA

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Season-best mark of 24’3.75” came at the Bob Pollock Invitational, he was ninth in a competitive field of long jumpers • Finished 10th at the ACC Championships in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.65 in the prelims, but fouled out in the long jump 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Fifth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the long jump • Hit season-best mark of 23’11.5” on third jump of the prelims at the league meet in Boston • Placed seventh at the Virginia Tech Invitational with jump of 23’9” Alcovy High School Highlights • 2010 New Balance Indoor All-American in the triple jump (48’6.25”) • 2011 New Balance Outdoor ninth-place finisher, triple jump (48’0”) • Placed third in the long jump and triple jump, and fourth in the 100 dash at the 2011 Georgia Olympics • 2011 Region 3-AAAA champion in 100, long jump (24’0”) and triple jump • 2010 Region 4-AAAA champion in long jump and triple jump Personal • Born 6/30/92 • Majoring in health science Best Collegiate Marks • 60 - 6.92 • 100 - 10.65 • Long Jump - 24’3.75”/7.41m

was the first time he ran with the group all season • ACC runner-up in the 110 hurdles, he had a time of 13.68 in the final • Posted then personal best 13.55, the second-best time overall, at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Bloomington, IN • Won the 110 hurdles with time of 13.58 at the Clemson Final Qualifier on May 14 • Ran 13.48 in the semifinals and finished 13th in the 110 hurdles at the USA Championships in Eugene, OR 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Second-team All-American in the 60 hurdles after running time of 7.89 in the preliminary round at nationals • Earned first indoor all-conference accolade by virtue of a third-place finish in the 60 hurdles, he clocked a time of 7.94 in the finals • NCAA qualifier for second consecutive year in the 60 hurdles, he earned at-large spot after recording personal best 7.73 in a win at the Tiger Paw Invitational • His 7.73 placed him third on Clemson’s all-time list, behind only Duane Ross and Sultan Tucker, a pair of former Olympians 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 110 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 110 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)

SPENCER ADAMS Hurdles 6-2 • Graduate Charlotte, NC

2008-09 Highlights • Red-shirted both indoor and outdoor seasons due to injury sustained in the fall of 2008

Career Honors • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 60 Hurdles (2010, 2012) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 110 Hurdles (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 60 Hurdles (2011) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 110 Hurdles (2011) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 4x100 (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 Hurdles (2010-12) • NCAA Qualifier, 110 Hurdles (2010-12) • ACC Champion, 60 Hurdles (2012) • All-ACC, 60 Hurdles (2011) • All-ACC, 110 Hurdles (2010-12) • All-ACC, 400 Hurdles (2010, 2012) • U.S. Olympic Trials Participant, 110 Hurdles (2012) • USA Championships Participant, 110 Hurdles (2010-11) Clemson Highlights • Ranks in a tie for first in Clemson history in the 60 hurdles, second in the 110 hurdles, & eighth in the 400 hurdles. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 110 hurdles for third straight year; advanced to first outdoor national final and placed career-best third in the event • Season-best time was 13.38 in the semifinals at the national meet in Des Moines • Clocked time of 13.39 in the final at the ACC Championships, where he was runner-up; also runner-up in the 400 hurdles with a personal best (50.96) • Part of Tiger team that won the championship in the shuttle hurdle relay at Penn for the second time in three years • Posted time of 13.47 to win his quarterfinal at the NCAA East site in Jacksonville • Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials and made it to the semifinals, finishing 16th overall and with a best of 13.51 over his two rounds in Eugene 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • First-team All-American after fifth-place finish in the 60 hurdles at the NCAA Championships; his time (7.60) matched Duane Ross’ Clemson record • Captured his first ACC Championship in the 60 hurdles, clocking a 7.72 at the league meet in February • His win in the 60 hurdles was Clemson’s first in the event since Dwight Thomas took the gold medal in 2002 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 110 hurdles for second straight season; finished 10th overall in Des Moines to earn second-team All-America honors • Also earned second-team All-America status with the 4x100 relay; the NCAA national meet

David W. Butler High School Highlights • Earned national championships in the 60 hurdles, 100 hurdles, and 400 hurdles as a senior • Won the 2008 National Scholastic Indoor Championship (NSIC) in the 60 hurdles • Also claimed national crowns in the high hurdles and intermediate hurdles at the Nike Outdoor Nationals • Two-time AAAA state champion in the 110 hurdles • Won both hurdle events at the prestigious Golden West meet in California • Led the 4x100 relay and 4x200 relay team to state championships as a senior • Named Male Athlete-of-the-Year as a senior by the Charlotte Observer • Attended the same school as 2011 Clemson basketball senior Demontez Stitt Personal • Born 9/10/89 • Earned undergraduate degree in sociology in December, 2012 • Played for the Tiger football team from 2008-10 before focusing solely on track Best Collegiate Times • 60 Hurdles - 7.60 • 110 Hurdles - 13.38 • 400 Hurdles - 50.96

JACK ANDRITSCH Distance 6-3 • Freshman Fishers, IN Hamilton Southeastern High School Highlights • 2011 sectional champion in the 5K, he also finished 15th at the Indiana state meet for cross country • 2011 runner-up in his conference for cross country • Ran 4:20.83 in the mile at the Franklin Central Flashes Showcase, a personal best • Led team to runner-up finish at state cross cross country meet in 2011 • Claims personal 5K cross country best of 15:38.11 Personal • Born 8/13/94 • Majoring in engineering

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2012-13 MEN’S BIOGRAPHIES FESSER BELL Throws 6-4 • Red-Shirt Freshman Radford, VA

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Fifth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the shot put with season-best mark of 56’11.5” • Also competed at ACCs in the weight throw, finishing ninth • Best weight throw mark on the season was a personal best, 56’1” at the Tiger Paw Invitational

2011-12 Highlights • Red-shirted Radford High School Highlights • Led track & field team to region and district championships as a senior in 2011 • Earned two letters apiece in track & field and football, and one in basketball Personal • Born 2/15/93 • Majoring in political science • Sister, Ava, throws for the Clemson women’s team • Father, Sam, played football at Ferrum College

2009-11 Highlights (at Maryland-Eastern Shore) • Won gold medal in the shot put at the 2011 MEAC Indoor and Outdoor Championships, with a top throw of 56’5.75” (17.21m) at the indoor meet in February • Took home 2011 MEAC runner-up honors in the 35-pound weight throw indoors • Performed well at the 2011 Florida Relays with a mark of 55’0.75”; he finished third in the university division at the prestigious meet • Finished sixth at the IC4A Championships in the shot put in 2011 • MEAC Rookie-of-the-Year in 2010; won conference’s discus crown as a freshman • Two-time team MVP for the Hawks Quince Orchard High School Highlights • Earned all-state, all-country and Washington Post All-Metropolitan honors • Two-time team MVP, he was also the Washington Post Athlete-of-the-Year as a high school senior • Won three state championships, two in the shot put and one in the discus • Earned three varsity letters in track & field and two in football • Helped football team to 2007 state championship at the AAAA level and track team to 2008 crown

ELIJAH BRITTON Hurdles 6-2 • Sophomore El Paso, TX Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, 110 Hurdles (2012) 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Helped Clemson to its second shuttle hurdle relay title in three years at the Penn Relays in April; team posted second-best time in school history • Ran both hurdle events at the ACC Championships, but fell short of qualifying for finals in both • Best time on the season in the high hurdles was 14.22 at the Bob Pollock Invitational in a late-season home meet • Competed in the USA Junior Championships in the 110 hurdles

Personal • Born 5/11/91 • Majoring in communication studies • Has four brothers and was born in Washington, D.C. • Transferred to Clemson after two years at Maryland-Eastern Shore and enrolled mid-year in 2011-12 Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 56’11.5”/17.36m • Discus - 162’4”/49.48m • Weight Throw - 56’1”/17.11m

SHAI CARPENTER Jumps 6-2 • Sophomore Mauldin, SC

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Fourth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the 60 hurdles, he had a season-best time of 8.05 in the final at Boston’s Reggie Lewis Center Montwood High School Highlights • Two-year qualifier for state championship meet • Four-year qualifier for regional championship meet • Named to Texas All-Star track & field team, he was also named to the city of El Paso All-Star Team for football • Earned six varsity letters in track & field Personal • Born 6/12/93 • Majoring in pre-business • Brother, Edward, was a standout wide receiver at Texas Tech from 2005-09 • Sister, Evonne, is a sprinter and hurdler at Penn State

Career Honors • All-ACC, Indoor Triple Jump (2012) • USA Junior Championships Participant, Triple Jump (2012) Clemson Highlights • Ranks third in Clemson history in the outdoor triple jump & seventh in the indoor triple jump. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Fourth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the triple jump with a personal best of 51’8.25”; his mark also established a Clemson freshman record in the event • Took third place at the Jim Click Shootout in Arizona with mark of 51’.375” • Competed at the USA Junior Championships in Bloomington, IN and placed fifth in the triple jump with a leap of 49’11.75”

Best Collegiate Times • 400 - 49.85 • 500 - 1:06.55 • 60 Hurdles - 8.05 • 110 Hurdles - 14.22 • 400 Hurdles - 55.08

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Earned first career All-ACC accolade with a bronze medal performance at the league meet in Boston, MA • Hit a mark of 50’6” on his sixth and final attempt, moving him up four positions and into all-conference status • Established Clemson’s freshman record for the triple jump with that performance MARCUS BROWN Throws 6-3 • Senior Gaithersburg, MD

Mauldin High School Highlights • 2011 state champion in the triple jump at the AAAA level • 2011 Taco Bell Classic champion in the triple jump (49’4”) • Competed at the 2011 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in the triple jump • 2010 AAAA runner-up in the state triple jump championship, he also earned all-state accolades in 2009 • Greenville County’s Most Valuable Male Track Athlete in 2009 • Earned four varsity letters in track & field and three in basketball

Career Honors • MEAC Champion, Outdoor Shot Put (2011) • MEAC Champion, Indoor Shot Put (2011) Clemson Highlights • Ranks sixth in Clemson history in the indoor & outdoor shot put. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Fifth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the shot put with season-best mark of 56’9.5” • Qualified in the shot put for the NCAA East Preliminary Round • Had team’s top mark in the discus, 156’10” at the Jim Click Shootout

Personal • Born 5/15/93 • Majoring in sociology • Sister, Shintara Carpenter, holds the school triple jump record at the University of Cincinnati Best Collegiate Marks • Long Jump - 23’0.75”/7.03m • Triple Jump - 51’8.25”/15.75m

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20 TRAVIS CHRISTENBERRY Distance 6-1 • Freshman Tampa, FL

C.J. DAVIDSON Jumps 5-11 • Sophomore Clemson, SC

H.B. Plant High School Highlights • Bronze medalist at the 2011 AAAA state cross country championship meet, he led Plant High to a third-place team finish • Hillsborough County Cross Country Championships runner-up in 2011 • District 6 Champion and third place in the region in cross country as a senior • Named to All-Hillsborough Team by the Tampa Tribune • Placed 33rd at the Foot Locker South Regional Cross Country 5K • Claims personal best of 15:32 in the 5K in cross country • Earned region and district track championships in the two-mile in 2012 • All-State performer in the two-mile after finishing fourth in the AAAA final Personal • Born 9/21/93 • Majoring in engineering

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Finished 10th at the ACC Championships in the triple jump • Best mark of the season in the triple jump was 48’11” at the Jim Click Shootout 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Ninth-place finisher in the long jump at the ACC Championships • Best long jump of the season was 23’8.75” at the Clemson Invitational D.W. Daniel High School Highlights • 2010 New Balance Outdoor fourth-place finisher, triple jump (49’3.5”) • 2011 New Balance Outdoor sixth-place finisher, triple jump (48’5.5”) • Three-time region champion in both the long jump and triple jump (2009-11) • Won the high school triple jump at the 2011 Florida Relays • Earned AAA all-state honors in 2011 after winning triple jump championship and finishing runner-up in long jump • 2011 Anderson Independent-Mail Boys Track Athlete-of-the-Year Personal • Born 10/31/92 • Majoring in sociology • Walked on to the Tiger football team as a running back in the fall of 2012

TODD CHRISTY Throws 6-3 • Sophomore Wauseon, OH Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, Shot Put & Discus (2012) 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the USA Junior Championships in both the shot put and discus • Placed ninth at the ACC Championships in the shot put • Best mark of the season in the shot put was 54’4.75” at the Bob Pollock Invitational 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Placed 13th at the ACC Championships in the shot put • Best mark of the season was 52’7.5” at the Auburn Invitational Wauseon High School Highlights • 2011 Division II state champion in the discus with a throw of 172’5” • 2011 district champion in the discus with a throw of 168’11” • Placed third at the 2010 Ohio outdoor Division II state championships in the discus throw (163’11”) and fourth in the shot put (56’2.5”) • Best shot put mark was at the Division II region meet in 2010, he had a throw of 58’0.5” • Two-time Team MVP Personal • Born 3/28/93 • Majoring in parks, recreation & tourism management

Best Collegiate Marks • Long Jump - 23’8.75”/7.23m • Triple Jump - 48’11”/14.91m

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Louis Palmer High School Highlights • Graduated in 2012 • Coached by Chris Biltinger Personal • Born 12/8/93

• Majoring in pre-business

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Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 54’4.75”/16.58m • Discus - 144’11”/44.18m

JOSH DAVIS Distance 5-9 • Freshman Monument, CO

DANIEL DEY Distance 5-11 • Freshman Orlando, FL Olympia High School Highlights • Earned all-state honors in 2012 • Holds school’s 800-meter record • Earned four varsity letters and was coached by John McGinty Personal

JOSH COPUS 5-11 • Freshman Winston-Salem, NC

• Majoring in engineering

Mount Tabor High School Highlights • Two-time all-state in the mile at the AAAA level, with a best finish of fourth place as a senior in 2012 • 2012 indoor all-state performer with fourth-place finish in the 1000 • Ran personal cross country best 15:57 in the 5K at the 2011 Wendy’s Invitational • Placed 22nd at the North Carolina AAAA state cross country

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meet • Two-time all-region performer in cross country • Helped school’s 4x800-meter relay to indoor state titles in 2011 and 2012 Personal • Born 4/24/94 • Majoring in engineering

ADAM DOUD Pole Vault 5-8 • Freshman Seneca, SC Seneca High School Highlights • Four-time all-state in the pole vault, his best finish was runnerup in 2010 and 2011; also earned bronze medal in 2009 and 2012 • Earned six varsity letters in track & field and was coached by Tom Jordan

Personal • Born 10/4/93 • Majoring in pre-business • Brother, John, was a former walk-on in the pole vault for the Tigers

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2012-13 MEN’S BIOGRAPHIES JAMES DWYER Distance 5-11 • Sophomore Dunwoody, GA

• Helped 4x100 relay to time of 39.89 at the East Prelims • Ran leadoff leg for the Tigers at the ACC Championships in the 4x1, the group finished in second place • Established personal best in the 200 with time of 21.24 at the Bob Pollock Invitational • Was hampered by a groin injury in the early part of the spring season

Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, 1500 (2012) 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Competed in the 1500 meters at the USA Junior Championships in Bloomington • Best time of the season was 4:01.46 at the Charlotte 49er Classic 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Best event was the mile, where he had a season-best 4:17.99 at the Clemson Invitational Dunwoody High School Highlights • 2011 champion in the 1600 meters at the Georgia Olympics, he was also runner-up in the 3200 at the meet • 2011 Dekalb County champion in both track events, as well as the cross country 5K in the fall of 2010 • Placed 13th at the GHSA Cross Country State Championship in 2010 • Region 6-AAAA runner-up in the 5K in 2010 • Named Man of the Year for 1600 by the Atlanta Track Club in 2011 • Holds school records in both the 1600 and 3200 • Led team to three region championships in track & field Personal • Born 5/17/93 • Majoring in mechanical engineering • Named to 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll

2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Fourth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the 60 dash, he had a time of 6.77 in Blacksburg, VA • Placed fifth in the 60 (6.71) at the Penn State National Invitational; his time was a personal best in the event • Finished third in the 60 (6.73) at the Clemson Challenge on Jan. 15 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 100 during the season was 10.48 at the ACC Championships, where he placed fifth at the conference meet • Top 200 time was 21.44 at the Orange & Purple Classic • Ran with the 4x400 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 100 dash after clocking a season-best 10.46 in the prelims; also competed with the country’s 4x100 relay 2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Competed in the short sprints and showed improvement as the season progressed • Top effort in the 60 dash was time of 6.77 at the Clemson Invitational • Competed in the 200 dash at the ACC meet, but did not qualify for the finals Temple Christian High School Highlights • Runner-up in the 100 dash at the Carifta Games in 2009 • Placed sixth in the 100 dash at the 2009 Pan American Junior Championships and helped Bahamas to fifth place in 4x100 relay • Earned All-Bahamian Award for 100 and 200 in 2009

Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 1:59.53 • 1500 - 4:01.46 • Mile - 4:17.99 • 5000 - 15:02.42

Personal • Born 7/8/91 • Son of Ernest Fraser • Majoring in health service administration • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll WARREN FRASER Sprints 5-9 • Senior Nassau, Bahamas

Best Collegiate Times • 60 - 6.71 • 100 - 10.18 • 200 - 20.90 • 300 - 34.51 • 400 - 48.99

Career Honors • Olympic Games Participant, 100 (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 100 (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 4x100 (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, 100 (2011-12) & 4x100 (2011) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2011) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2010) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2010) • IAAF World Junior Championships Participant, 100 & 4x100 (2010) • NACAC U23 Championships Silver Medalist, 4x100 (2012)

ROLAND HAKES Distance 5-10 • Freshman Irmo, SC

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • NCAA qualifier in the 100 dash for a second straight season, he earned second-team AllAmerica honors with a 13th-place finish • Clocked personal best 10.18 in the semifinals in Des Moines, which also met the “A” standard in the event for the Olympic Games • Competed in London in the 100 dash and ran a time of 10.27 in the prelims • Earned his spot in the 24-man national field after clocking an automatic qualifying time of 10.27 in the quarterfinals in Jacksonville, FL • Posted a personal best in the 200-meter dash (20.90) and finished 22nd in the quarterfinals of that event • Placed fourth in the 200 and fifth in the 100 at the ACC Championships • Ran third leg with his native Bahamas in the USA vs. the World 4x100 at Penn Relays (39.68) • Won silver medal with Bahamian 4x100-meter relay at the NACAC U23 Championships; also placed sixth in the 100 dash

Dutch Fork High School Highlights • Two-time AAAA state cross country champion in the 5K, he led Dutch Fork to a fourth-place team finish in 2011 • 2012 AAAA outdoor track state champion in the mile, setting a school record 4:13 in the victory • Claims four individual state championships in track • Two-time Gatorade Boys Cross Country Runner-of-the-Year for South Carolina • 2011 Region 4-AAAA cross country champion in the 5K • 2011 SCRunners.com Male Cross Country Runner-of-the-Year • Claims a cross country personal best of 15:09 in the 5K Personal • Born 3/15/93 • Majoring in history

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Placed sixth in the 60 and seventh in the 200 at the ACC Championships, which were held in Boston, MA • Recorded season-bests at the ACC meet in both the 60 (6.74) and 200 (21.71) 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • One of Clemson’s most improved performers, he clocked a season-best 10.28 at the Bob Pollock Invitational on May 7 in the 100 dash • Qualified for NCAA Championships in both the 100 and 4x100 relay • Helped relay to season-best time (39.50) at the NCAA Championships and second-team AllAmerica honors • Automatic qualifier in both events, he turned in a time of 10.30 in the quarterfinals of the 100

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22 TEVIN HESTER Sprints 5-7 • Freshman Oxford, NC

Granville Central High School Highlights • 2012 New Balance National Champion in the 55 dash (6.72) and 100 dash (10.50) • Also finished third in the outdoor 200 and fifth in the indoor 200 at the 2012 New Balance Nationals to earn high school AllAmerica accolades • 2012 AA state champion in 55 dash and 100 dash • 2012 NCHSAA Male Athlete-of-the-Year • 2011 USATF Jr. Olympic All-American with a fifth-place finish in the 200 dash (21.17) • Earned All-America honors at the 2011 New Balance Nationals with sixth-place finish in the outdoor 200; six-time All-American across his highly decorated prep career • Earned a total of 11 varsity letters in basketball, cross country, football and track & field • Coached by Otis Lyons Personal • Born 1/10/94 • Majoring in parks, recreation & tourism management

LA’MONT JACKSON Sprints 6-0 • Senior (ind)/Red-Shirt Junior (out) Winston-Salem, NC

Best Collegiate Times • 200 - 21.48 • 300 - 34.64 • 400 - 46.88 • 500 - 1:06.50 • 60 Hurdles - 8.12 • 400 Hurdles - 58.58

NATHANIEL JOHNSON Middle Distance 6-3 • Freshman Atlanta, GA Woodward Academy Highlights • AAU National Championship qualifier in track from 2010-12 • Led track team to Region 4-AAA Championships each year from 2009-12 • Qualified for the Georgia State Championships each year from 2009-12 • Multi-sport athlete who earned four varsity letters in track & field, four in basketball, three in football and one in cross country • Member of Adidas Super 64 Champion AAU basketball team in 2009 • MVP of track & field team as a senior in 2012 • Coached by Tim Hamlin and Ryan Davis; his AAU coach was former Clemson football & track All-American James Trapp Personal • Born 12/21/93 • Majoring in pre-business • Comes from an athletic family, his father, Nathaniel, played basketball and football while his mother, Tanya, was a cross country and track athlete

Career Honors • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 4x100 (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, 4x100 & Outdoor 4x400 (2011) • ACC Champion, Indoor & Outdoor 4x400 (2011) 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Suffered injury-plagued season, competing only in a handful of

KEVIN KETNER Distance 6-0 • Red-Shirt Freshman Fort Mill, SC

meets • Best time in the 400 was 48.97 at the Jim Click Shootout 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Suffered through injuries and only competed a handful of times for the Tigers

2011-12 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor seasons

2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships in both relays, earning automatic bids with both teams • Earned second-team All-America status with the 4x1 after running third leg for the group, which posted season-best time 39.50 at nationals • Ran second leg for the 4x400 relay that set a season-best time of 3:05.73 to place third in its quarterfinal at the East Prelims in Bloomington, IN • Propelled 4x100 relay to second-place finish in its quarterfinal in Bloomington, helping the squad to a time of 39.89 • Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the open 400 as well; clocked a time of 48.24 and finished 22nd out of 48 competitors • Helped Tigers to ACC championship in the 4x400 relay with time of 3:07.17 • Posted time of 47.33 in the 400 and finished fourth at the ACC Championships • Clocked personal best 46.88 in the 400 at the Clemson Final Qualifier on May 14 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Helped Clemson’s 4x400 relay to ACC championship with a time of 3:10.47; ran anchor leg for the Tigers • Competed in the open 200 and 400 at the ACC Championships, but did not score in either event • Season bests were 21.85 (200) and 48.96 (400) 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 200 dash (21.75) and 11th in the 400 (48.97) • Top 200 time was 21.48 at the banked Virginia Tech facility • Helped 4x400 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 400 hurdles after placing sixth in the event • AAAA runner-up in both 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles as a senior • AAAA indoor runner-up in the 300 dash as a senior • Two-time conference MVP and 2008 conference Sprinter-of-the-Year

Nation Ford High School Highlights • Won 2010 AAA state championship in cross country with a time of 15:59 • 2010 AAA Upper State champion in cross country • Earned 2009 all-state honors in cross country after placing sixth at the AAAA meet • Earned all-state honors in track in the 1600m from 2008-11 • Three-time all-region on the track Personal • Born 8/25/92 • Majoring in microbiology • Sister, Haley, played volleyball at Georgia Southern

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JALEN LANGSTON High Jump 6-4 • Freshman Douglasville, GA Chapel Hill High School Highlights • Named track & field Athlete-of-the-Year by the Douglas County Sentinel as a senior • Earned one varsity letter in basketball and one in track & field • AAAA state champion in the high jump at the 2012 Georgia Olympics, he cleared the bar at 6’6” • Coached by Kelly Williams


2012-13 MEN’S BIOGRAPHIES STEPHEN LEWANDOWSKI Distance 5-9 • Freshman Mountain Lakes, NJ

Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 1:56.36 • 1500 - 3:51.41 • Mile - 4:13.84 • 3000 - 8:38.54

Mountain Lakes High School Highlights • 2012 outdoor track runner-up and indoor bronze medalist in the mile at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions • 2011 all-state in cross country after finishing sixth in the 5K Meet of Champions • Placed 26th at the Foot Locker Northeast Cross Country Regional • Competed in the prestigious Millrose Games in 2012, finishing

RYAN MANGONE Middle Distance 5-8 • Senior Pittsburgh, PA

eighth in the mile • Competed in the 2011 and 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in the mile, placing eighth as a junior • Morris County track champion in the mile and two-mile • Claims personal cross country best of 15:47 in the 5K, and track bests of 4:08.28 in the mile and 9:16.82 in the two-mile Personal • Born 8/24/93 • Majoring in pre-business

2011-12 Highlights • Primary event area was the 800 meters • Best indoor performance was a time of 1:53.38 at the New Balance Invitational • Best outdoor time was 1:54.17 at the ACC Championships 2010-11 Highlights • Primary event area was the 800 meters • Best time during outdoor season was 1:54.61 at the ACC Championships • Best indoor performance came at the Tiger Tuneup, where he posted a time of 1:54.94 2009-10 Highlights • Competed primarily in the short middle distance events • Top time of the season in the 800 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 400 leg

REGGIE LEWIS Sprints/Jumps 5-11 • Sophomore Albany, GA 2011-12 Highlights (at Kennesaw State) • Atlantic Sun champion in the indoor long jump with a leap of 24’2” • Earned All-Atlantic Sun honors in the 100 and 200; ran top time of 10.48 in the 100 dash and 21.16 in the 200 Westover High School Highlights • Competed in basketball, football, golf and track • Earned all-region honors in track & field as a senior, he was region champion in the 100 and 200 meters • MVP of high school track team in 2011; he ran bests of 10.67 (100) and 21.97 (200) as a senior Personal • Born 8/18/93 • Majoring in parks, recreation & tourism management

Barrington High School Highlights • Earned four letters in track & field and three in soccer • Holds school’s 800 and 4x400 records • AAA runner-up at the 2009 state championships in 800 run • Coached by Ty Garman Personal • Born 2/24/91 • Majoring in financial management Best Collegiate Times • 400 - 49.48 • 500 - 1:04.64 • 800 - 1:53.38

MARCUS MAXEY Hurdles 6-2 • Senior Athens, GA

MARTIN MALONEY Distance 5-11 • Graduate Apple Valley, MN

Career Honors • NCAA Qualifier, 110 Hurdles (2012) • All-ACC, 60 Hurdles (2012) • All-ACC, 110 Hurdles (2012)

Career Honors • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2012) 2011-12 Highlights • Competed primarily in the middle distance events • Best performance indoors was in the mile, he ran 4:13.84 at the Tiger Paw Invitational in February • Best performance outdoors was in the 1500 meters, he ran 3:50.08 at Raleigh Relays • Competed in the ACC Championships in the 1500, running 3:51.41 to finish 21st out of 46 preliminary entries 2010-11 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor seasons 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 800, 1000, 1500, mile and 3000 • Three-time conference track champion, he won a pair of crowns in the 800 and one in the 1500 Personal • Born 5/19/89 • Son of Jim and Lucy Maloney • Earned undergraduate degree in sociology in August of 2012 • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for his first NCAA Championships meet in the 110 hurdles; ran a time of 13.99 in the semifinals in Des Moines • Clocked a personal best time of 13.74 in the quarterfinals to earn the automatic advancement to the national semifinals • Owned the ninth-best time in the NCAA East Prelims in Jacksonville • Earned first All-ACC outdoor accolade with third-place finish in the high hurdles, as he clocked a time of 13.83 • Won his second Penn Relays wheel as part of the championship shuttle hurdle relay in April 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Earned first All-ACC accolade by virtue of a third-place showing at the indoor league meet in Boston, MA • Posted personal best 7.82 in the 60-meter hurdles at the Clemson Invitational • Ran consistent time of 7.89 in the ACC final of the 60 hurdles 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA East Prelims in the 110 hurdles for the second straight season, but did not advance after posting time of 14.45 in the opening round • Best time of the season was 13.97 at the Bob Pollock Invitational • Finished sixth place in the 110 hurdles at the ACC Championships, he had a time of 14.21 in the prelims and 14.31 in the final 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Posted season-best time of 7.98 in the 60 hurdles at the Virginia Tech Qualifier • Missed qualifying for the final of the ACC Championships by one spot, he had a 60 hurdles

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24 time of 8.16 in Blacksburg

• Won Georgia AAA state track championships in both 1600 (4:19.67) and 3200 (9:08.66) • Region 7-AAA champion in both track events as well, which included running a state record 9:05.35 in the 3200 • Did not start running until the spring of 2008, he played basketball and football prior to that • Coached by Art DaCosta

2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the 110 hurdles • Top time in the event was 13.96 at the ACC Championships in the prelims 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 110 hurdles • AAAA state champion in the 110 hurdles in 2009 and third-place finisher in the 300 hurdles • AAAA runner-up in the 110 hurdles at the state championships • AAU district champion in the 400 hurdles • Won 110 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

Personal • Born 9/17/92 • Son of Thad and Kelly McCormack • Majoring in language & international trade; studied abroad in China in the fall of 2012 • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll • 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 Best Collegiate Times • 1500 - 3:50.65 • Mile - 4:10.65 • 3000 - 8:15.60 • 3000 Steeplechase - 8:50.35 • 5000 - 14:15.54

SAM McGILL Distance 5-9 • Red-Shirt Freshman Aiken, SC

Best Collegiate Times • 200 - 22.52 • 300 - 35.72 • 400 - 51.63 • 500 - 1:07.65 • 60 Hurdles - 7.82 • 110 Hurdles - 13.74

2011 Highlights • Red-shirted Aiken High School Highlights • 2011 all-state track performer in the mile, with a personal best 4:26.51; time established a school record • 2010 all-state performer in cross country, he finished sixth at the championship meet with a personal 5K best of 16:10 • Finished third in 2010 in the Region 5-AAAA cross country 5K, he was fifth at the same meet in 2009

TY McCORMACK Distance 6-3 • Red-Shirt Sophomore (ind)/Junior (out) Gainesville, GA Career Honors • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2011-12) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2011-12) • USA Junior Championships Participant, 3000 Steeplechase (2011)

Personal • Born 12/10/92 • Majoring in chemical engineering • Named to 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll

Clemson Highlights • Ranks eighth in Clemson history in the 3000 steeplechase.

BRUNSON MILLER Sprints 6-0 • Senior (ind)/Junior (out) Murrells Inlet, SC

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Jacksonville, FL in the 3000 steeplechase and was just three spots shy of a berth to the national meet • Finished 15th out of 48 competitors with a personal best 8:50.35, the eighth-best time in Clemson history for the event • Sixth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the steeplechase 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Finished 12th at the ACC Championships in both longer distances, the 3000 and 5000 meters • Best performance was his 5K time of 14:15.54, better than any of his outdoor times in the event through two seasons 2010-11 Highlights • Red-shirted the indoor season • Owned team’s top five times in the 3000-meter steeplechase, including a best of 9:01.10 at the Penn Relays • Competed in the event at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Bloomington, IN and came away with a time of 9:01.82 and finished 24th out of 48 participants • Won the collegiate section of the steeple at the prestigious Penn Relays • Scored for the Tigers with eighth-place finish in steeple at the ACC meet in Durham, NC after posting time of 9:03.12 • Placed fourth at the USA Junior Championships in the steeplechase 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 2000 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

Career Honors • SoCon Champion, Indoor 400 (2010-12) • SoCon Champion, Outdoor 400 (2010-11) • SoCon Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2011) • SoCon Champion, Outdoor 4x400 (2010) The Citadel Highlights (2009-12) • Won five individual and two relay championships in the Southern Conference in three indoor and two outdoor seasons • Broke 23-year old Southern Conference record with gold medal time of 46.97 at the 2012 indoor meet; named Most Outstanding Performer at the meet • Won three indoor 400-meter titles and two outdoors; helped 4x400 relay to an indoor crown in 2011 as a sophomore and in 2010 as a freshman • Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the 400 dash as a sophomore St. James High School Highlights • AAA state champion in the 400-meter dash • Earned all-state honors in the 4x400 relay as well • Beach Run gold medalist in the 400 and silver medalist in the 200 • 2009 South Carolina Junior Olympic gold medalist in the 400 • Also played baseball and football, he was all-region in both sports Personal • Born 2/10/91 • Majoring in pre-business

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2012-13 MEN’S BIOGRAPHIES STEVEN PHILLIPS Distance 5-5 • Freshman Cary, NC

• Best time of the season was 4:18.17 at the Tiger Paw Invitational, where he was sixth place overall

Cardinal Gibbons High School Highlights • 2011 AAA state cross country champion in the 5K; team also won state title • Finished third in the two-mile on the track in 2011 and fourth in 2012 at the AAA State Championships; owns a personal best 9:37.17 • Also earned multiple all-state indoor honors in the two-mile • Competed at the 2012 New Balance Indoor Nationals in the two-mile • Competed at the 2010 Foot Locker Southeast Cross Country Regional • Two-time Team MVP in cross country • Claims personal 5K best of 15:42.30

Woodmont High School Highlights • Named Gatorade Boys Cross Country Runner-of-the-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 1600 (4:24.92) and 3200 (9:55.24) at the 2010 SCHSL State Championships • Region 1-AAA champion in the 800, 1600 and 3200 in 2010 Personal • Born 2/18/92 • Son of Ken Ramirez and Deanne Blas • Majoring in environmental engineering • Standout for the 2012 Tiger cross country team, he was all-region

Personal • Born 7/1/94 • Majoring in biological sciences

Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 1:49.04 • 1500 - 3:44.97 • Mile - 4:07.55 • 3000 - 8:33.43 • 5000 - 15:09.76

COLE RAINS Distance 5-9 • Freshman Asheville, NC T.C. Roberson High School Highlights • 2012 indoor and outdoor track all-state performer in the twomile run • 2011 indoor all-state track performer in the mile and two-mile • 2011 Mountain Athletic Conference champion in the outdoor mile and two-mile • Finished 13th at the 2011 state championship cross country meet • 2010 AAAA West Regional and Mountain Athletic Conference 5K champion • Helped 2010 and 2011 cross country teams to third-place finishes at AAAA state championship competition • Multiple-time All-Western North Carolina in cross country and track • Claims personal bests of 4:28.07 in the mile, 9:36 in the two-mile and 15:47 in the cross country 5K • Earned four letters apiece in cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field Personal • Born 7/31/94 • Major is undeclared • Father, Cal, ran cross country and track for The Citadel in 1976

JARON ROBERSON Sprints 6-3 • Sophomore Atlanta, GA 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Scored a seventh-place finish in the 400-meter dash for the Tigers at the ACC Championships in Charlottesville, VA • Best time of the season was 47.47, over a second faster than anyone else on the Tiger team 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Edged out by one-hundredth of a second at the finish line for a spot on the All-ACC team in the 400 meters • Ran indoor best of 48.05 in the final at the ACC Championships in Boston and finished fourth place • Also ran under 49 seconds (48.89) at the Tyson Invitational High School Highlights • 2010 Georgia state champion in the 400 dash (47.91) • 2010 Georgia Region 5-AAAAA champion in the 300 hurdles & 400 dash • 2009 USATF World Youth Trials champion in the 400 hurdles (52.98) • 2009 Georgia AAU District champion in the 400 dash • Attended Campbell High School until his senior year, and then graduated from McEachern High School in 2010

AARON RAMIREZ Distance 5-8 • Junior Simpsonville, SC Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, 1500 (2011) 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in both the 800 and 1500 • Vastly improved his times in both events, culminating with a fourth-place effort in the 1500 at the ACC Championships • Produced a time of 3:44.97 in that ACC final to put himself in the top 10 of the Clemson record books • Moved to sixth on the Tigers’ 800 performance list with a time of 1:49.04 at the Bob Pollock Invitational in May

Personal • Born 5/21/92 • Majoring in secondary education Best Collegiate Times • 400 - 47.47 • 500 - 1:06.68 • 400 Hurdles - 53.06

WILL ROBINSON Jumps 5-9 • Senior Chadds Ford, PA

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Finished 15th in the mile preliminaries at the ACC Championships in Boston • Best time of the season was 4:07.55 in the mile 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the USA Junior Championships in the 1500 meters, he finished 17th out of 31 runners with a time of 3:59.90 • Best collegiate time of the season in the 1500 was 3:56.09 at the Spec Towns Invitational in Athens, GA • Ran well in the 800 at the Bob Pollock Invitational, clocking time of 1:52.95 in a fourth-place effort 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • One of the team’s top performers in the mile run, he had three of Clemson’s top five times in the event

Clemson Highlights • Ranks in a tie for eighth in Clemson history in the outdoor long jump. 2011-12 Highlights • Competed during the indoor season, his best performance came at the ACC Championships where he long jumped 22’10.5” • Finished 10th overall in the long jump at that conference meet, which was held at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, MA

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2010-11 Highlights • Showed major improvement late in outdoor season, which culminated with a trip to Bloomington, IN for the NCAA East Preliminary Round • Hit season-best mark of 24’11”/7.59m in the long jump at Clemson’s Final Qualifier on May 14, tying Josh Fowler for the best leap on the team • Scored in the long jump for the Tigers at the ACC Championships, he was eighth • Hit a mark of 23’9”/7.24m at the Bob Pollock Invitational and 23’4.75”/7.13m at the East Prelims • Placed fifth in the long jump at the Spec Towns Invitational with mark of 23’8.25”/7.22m 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

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 management

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 55 and 100 dash events as a senior in 2009 • Earned four varsity letters in track & field and one in basketball • Coached by Patrick Riley

Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 56’4.5”/17.18m • Weight Throw - 50’2.75”/15.31m • Discus - 151’6”/46.18m

Personal • Born 6/26/91 • Son of Richard and Barbara Robinson • Majoring in financial management • Named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

TIM TYLER Distance 5-11 • Sophomore Mt. Pleasant, SC

Best Collegiate Marks • Long Jump - 24’11”/7.59m

2011-12 Highlights • Competed primarily in the middle distance • Best time on the season in the 800 meters was 1:55.09 at the ACC Outdoor Championships • Also competed in the mile during indoor season and 1500 meters during outdoor season; best time was 4:00.53 in the 1500 at the Charlotte 49er Classic

MICHAEL SMITH Sprints/Hurdles 6-1 • Freshman Lithonia, GA DeKalb Early College Academy Highlights • 2011 USATF Youth National Champion in the young men’s division of the 400 hurdles • 2009 USATF Youth National Champion in the 4x400 relay • 2011 AAU Junior Olympic Champion in the 4x400 relay • Coached by Karsten Edwards Personal • Born 3/9/94 • Majoring in communication studies

CORY THALHEIMER Throws 6-1 • Senior Hopkinton, MA Clemson Highlights • Ranks ninth in Clemson history in the indoor shot put & 10th in the outdoor shot put. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Placed sixth in the shot put at the ACC Championships, one spot behind teammate Marcus Brown • Put together a throw of 54’5.25” to earn three points for Clemson in the event • Best mark of the season was 55’10.25” at the Clemson Tiger Qualifier

Wando High School Highlights • Four-time AAAA all-state selection in cross country, he placed third at the 2010 championship meet as a senior with a time of 15:46 • Placed third at 2011 New Balance Indoor Nationals in the mile run (4:22.23) and 14th in the two-mile run (9:27.31) • 2010 AAAA state champion in track, he won the 1600 run with a time of 4:20.81 • Member of school’s 2008 AAAA state champion 4x800 relay • Led high school to team state championship in 2009 in track & field • Two-time region champion in cross country (2008, 2010) • Named Charleston Post & Courier Lowcountry Cross Runner-of-the-Year in 2009 and 2010 • Named to Charleston Post & Courier All-Lowcountry Team for cross country from 2007-10 and for track from 2008-10 • Held eight school records at the time of graduation, including 1600, 3200 and 5K • Earned five varsity letters apiece in cross country and track Personal • Born 10/10/92 • Majoring in marketing • Named to 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll • Father, Tim, graduated from Clemson in 1984 • Uncle, Brian, played basketball at the College of Charleston from 1977-81 Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 1:55.09 • 1000 - 2:36.27 • 1500 - 4:00.53 • Mile - 4:24.78

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Seventh-place scorer for the Tigers in the shot put at the ACC Championships with a mark of 56’4.5” • Second-best throw was a mark of 54’7.25” at the New Balance Invitational 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Best performance came in the shot put, where he moved onto Clemson’s all-time top 10 performance list of the event with a mark of 54’6.5”/16.62m at the Final Qualifier • Hit a throw of 52’11.5”/16.14m at the ACC Championships, good enough for an eighth-place finish • Did not score in the discus but was Clemson’s top performer at the ACC meet with a throw of 151’6”, which placed him 10th overall 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Top performance was a shot put mark of 54’2.75”/16.53m at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Seventh-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the shot put, he hit a mark of 53’0.75”/16.17m in Blacksburg

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2012-13 MEN’S BIOGRAPHIES TORIAN WARE High Jump 6-4 • Sophomore Crawfordville, GA

JOEL WHITE Sprints/Hurdles 6-0 • Freshman St. Catherine, Jamaica

Career Honors • All-ACC, Indoor High Jump (2012) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2012) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2012) USTFCCCA All-Academic

St. Jago High School Highlights • Competed for Jamaica’s junior national team, he was runner-up in the 110 hurdles in 2007 and 2009 • Competed in the 110 hurdles at the Carifta Games

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Competed in the NCAA East Preliminary Round, finishing 25th out of 48 participants with a clearance of 6’9.5” • Best mark of the season was 6’11.5” in a winning effort at the Clemson Tiger Qualifier • Finished seventh at the ACC Championships with a jump of 6’9.75” 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Earned all-conference nod in his first career ACC Championships meet • Won bronze medal with a clearance of 6’11.75” on his second attempt; mark was his personal best as a Tiger freshman • First All-ACC high jumper for the Tigers since Adam Linkenauger in 2007 • Cleared 6’8.25” and won the collegiate section of the high jump at the New Balance Invitational Taliaferro County High School Highlights • 2011 Georgia class A champion in the high jump with personal best 7-foot clearance • 2009 Georgia class A runner-up in the high jump (6’8”) Personal • Born 12/17/92 • Majoring in parks, recreation & tourism management • Named to 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll

Personal • Born 1/20/90 • Majoring in computer information systems

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KYLE YOUNKIN Sprints 6-3 • Junior 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 400 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 400 dash (48.03) • Coached by Cliff Kitner Personal • Born 1/21/92 • Majoring in sociology

Best Collegiate Marks • High Jump - 6’11.75”/2.13m

TIGER TRACK & FIELD - ASSISTING THE CLEMSON UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY Tigers in the Kitchen: Michael Smith and Marcus Maxey (L-R in upper right photo) help cook and serve food to fellow students at Schilletter Dining Hall on campus. Be a T.I.G.E.R! Field Day 2012: Clemson graduates Kim Ruck (below, left) and Karine Farias (below, right), along with sophomore Torian Ware (below, middle), all took part in Clemson’s annual effort to promote the athletic department’s character education program through games and activities.

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2012-13 WOMEN’S ROSTER Name Natalie Anthony Sonni Austin Erin Barker Ava Bell Lindsey Bellaran Brianna Blanton Caroline Bond Kate Borowicz Meagan Brandli Shemiah Brooks Jasmine Brunson Dezerea Bryant Jasmine Edgerson Brianna Feerst Meghan Flanagan Nia Fluker Whitney Fountain Christy Gasparino Lisa Girard Nnenya Hailey Valencia Hannon Keni Harrison Alyssa Henshaw Katie Inclan Stormy Kendrick Natalie Kramer Mimieux Land Emily Lewis Laura Loveless Sara Manesiotis Jillian Meserve Taylor Miller Bridgette Owens Brittany Pringley Lauren Reen Keisha Richburg Brianna Rollins Cara Talty Lauren Terstappen Brittney Waller Marlena Wesh

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Hometown Randolph, NJ Decatur, GA Easley, SC Radford, VA Holmdel, NJ Summerville, SC Johns Creek, GA Greenville, SC Mt. Pleasant, SC High Point, NC Southampton, Bermuda Milwaukee, WI Marietta, GA Brick, NJ Palatine, IL Grand Prairie, TX Bronx, NY Darien, CT Fountain Inn, SC Atlanta, GA Elmont, NY Clayton, NC Darnestown, MD Spartanburg, SC Gastonia, NC Greenville, SC Albany, GA Easley, SC Kingsport, TN Hilton Head Island, SC Haverhill, MA Fort Mill, SC Oak Park, MI Miami, FL Orlando, FL Miami, FL Miami, FL Raritan, NJ Phoenixville, PA Greenville, SC Virginia Beach, VA

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COACHING STAFF Director of Track & Field: Lawrence Johnson Associate Head Coach: Tim Hall Assistant Coach: Brad Herbster Assistant Coach: Chris Bostwick Assistant Coach: Chris Huffins Assistant Coach: Adrain Mann Operations Manager: Shawn Cobey Graduate Assistant: Anne Powell

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Lindsey Bellaran Brianna Blanton Kate Borowicz Shemiah Brooks Dezerea Bryant Brianna Feerst Nia Fluker Christy Gasparino Nnenya Hailey Mimieux Land Brianna Rollins Lauren Terstappen

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NATALIE ANTHONY Distance 5-9 • Junior (ind)/Red-Shirt Sophomore (out) Randolph, NJ

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Finished 11th at the ACC Championships in the open 400-meter dash • Best time of the season was 55.40 at the Tyson Invitational

Career Honors • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2012) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2012) Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the 5000, sixth in the 3000 & eighth in the 1500. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Competed at the ACC Championships in the 5K, finishing 12th out of 35 with a time of 17:04.26 • Established school’s freshman record with a 5K time of 16:16.27 at the Stanford Invitational; the time also ranks No. 4 in school history regardless of class • NCAA East Preliminary Round qualifier in the 5K • Second-best time on the team in the 1500, she ran a time of 4:25.14 at the Florida Relays; her time ranks eighth-best in school history 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Fourth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in Boston in the 3K • Posted personal best time of 9:34.63 en route to the fourth-place effort; the time ranks No. 6 on Clemson’s all-time performance list • Runner-up in the collegiate mile section at the New Balance Invitational, with a time of 4:57.22 • Ranked second on the team in both events 2010-11 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • Best performance was indoor season in the mile run, where she posted a time of 5:00.98 at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Competed at the ACC Championships in the mile Randolph High School Highlights • Earned All-America status after helping 4x1600 relay to third-place finish at 2010 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro, NC • Placed 11th in the 3200 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 4x800 relay to indoor and outdoor school records, as well as indoor distance medley relay and outdoor 4x1600 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

2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 400 hurdles, she finished 18th in the semifinal round in Des Moines (58.22) • Posted season-best time of 57.31 in the quarterfinal round at the NCAA East Prelims in Bloomington, IN • Helped 4x400 relay to second-place finish at the ACC Championships in Durham with a time of 3:36.16 • Helped relay to season-best time of 3:35.18 at the Florida Relays • Scored a sixth-place finish at the ACC Championships in the 400 hurdles • Competed in Eugene, OR at the USA Outdoor Championships, posting a time of 58.72 in the preliminary round 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Ran third leg for the Tigers’ ACC championship 4x400 relay; team clocked a season-best time of 3:37.26 • Missed qualifying for the final of the open 400 by one spot, she had a season-best time of 55.43 in Blacksburg 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Competed in the 400 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 400 dash (5th - 54.77) and 400 hurdles (8th) • Helped 4x400 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 4x400 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 400 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 300 hurdles • Two-time USATF National runner-up in the 300 hurdles • Four-time region champion • AAAA runner-up 100 hurdles as a senior Personal • Born 12/5/90 • Daughter of Maria Austin • Earned undergraduate degree in sociology in December, 2012

Personal • Born 8/5/92 • Daughter of Ross and Laurie Anthony • Majoring in financial management • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll

Best Collegiate Times • 200 - 25.21 • 300 - 41.70 • 400 - 54.66 • 500 - 1:14.70 • 60 Hurdles - 9.23 • 100 Hurdles - 14.13 • 400 Hurdles - 57.31

Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 2:24.38 • 1500 - 4:25.14 • Mile - 4:57.22 • 3000 - 9:34.63

SONNI AUSTIN Hurdles 5-10 • Graduate Decatur, GA

ERIN BARKER Distance 5-6 • Graduate Easley, SC

Career Honors • USTFCCCA Indoor All-American, 4x400 Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 4x400 Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, 400 Hurdles (2011) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 Relay (2010-11) • USA Championships Participant, 400 Hurdles (2010)

Pre-Clemson Highlights • Transfer from Furman University, where she graduated in May of 2012 • All-SoCon and all-region cross country performer as a senior for the Paladins • Placed 21st at the Southeast Regionals with a personal best 6K time of 20:59.6; would have finished second on Clemson’s team

Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the 400 hurdles. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA East Prelims for a third time in the 400 hurdles, where she ran a season-best 59.56 in the opening round • Seventh-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the event • Took fifth at the prestigious Jim Click Shootout in the 400 hurdles

that placed fourth • Fourth-place finisher at the 2011 SoCon Cross Country Championships with a 5K time of 17:05.80 • Placed sixth at the Clemson Invitational, running a 6K time of 21:08.65, in 2011 • Top finisher for Furman in all seven of its cross country meets in 2011 • Ran well during the 2012 indoor track season, earning all-conference recognition in the mile (4:54.35) and 3K (9:49.53)

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2012-13 WOMEN’S BIOGRAPHIES • Holds Furman track records in the 1500 and mile • Red-shirted first year, giving her a full year of eligibility with Clemson cross country and track & field Easley High School Highlights • Finished third in the state in cross country as a sophomore, fourth as a junior and sixth as a senior • Three-time region champion in cross country • Three-time all-state in track, with a best of second in the 1600 meters in 2008 • Four-time MVP for cross country team Personal • Born 10/18/89 • Daughter of Phil and Sue Barker • Father ran cross country and track at Furman and still holds the men’s 800 meter record for the Paladins • Mother was a member of the Furman women’s tennis team from 1975-79 • Sister, Lindsey, ran cross country and track for Furman from 2004-08 • Uncle, George Barker, ran cross country and track at Harvard from 1969-73 • Uncle, Joe Guise, played football for Temple from 1969-73 • Earned Furman degree in May of 2012 in health and exercise science • Enrolled in human resource development in the fall, she was an all-region selection in cross country for the Tigers Best Collegiate Times • 5,000 - 17:05.80 • 6,000 - 20:59.6

Personal • Born 8/6/94 • Majoring in communication studies • Mother, Janet Sweeney-Bellaran, played tennis and lacrosse at Rowen University from 198084

BRIANNA BLANTON Distance 5-6 • Sophomore Summerville, SC Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, 800 (2012) Clemson Highlights • Ranks fifth in Clemson history in the indoor 800. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Posted second-best 800-meter time on the team, running 2:12.16 at the Charlotte 49er Classic • Qualified for the USA Junior Championships in the event 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Put herself in the top five of Clemson’s record books with a solid 800-meter performance at her first ACC Championships meet • Posted time of 2:11.77 and finished 12th overall at the Reggie Lewis Center • Consistent as a rookie, she had a time of 2:13.21 at Auburn and 2:13.44 at the New Balance Invitational

AVA BELL Throws 6-0 • Red-Shirt Sophomore Radford, VA 2011-12 Highlights • Competed in the weight throw indoors and hammer throw outdoors 2010-11 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor seasons 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

Summerville High School Highlights • Region 8-AAAA cross country champion in 2010 • Two-time AAAA state champion (2010-11) in the 800 meters • Four-time all-state in the 800, she also earned all-state honors in the 4x400 relay three times in her career and once with the 4x800 relay • Two-time Region 8-AAAA champion in the 800, she holds the Summerville girls record for the event • Optimist Club’s Female Athlete-of-the-Year award winner in 2011 • Three-time member of the High School Sports Report All-Star Team for track • Led Green Wave track & field team to state championship in 2011 Personal • Born 2/7/93 • Majoring in health science • Father, Bo, was a quarterback at Clemson and earned two varsity letters and was a 1981 graduate; he also played baseball for the Tigers in 1981 • Brother, Bray, also earned undergraduate degree from Clemson Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 2:11.77

Personal • Born 10/7/91 • Daughter of Sam and Kristin Bell • Brother, Fesser, throws for the Clemson men’s team • Father, Sam, played football at Ferrum College • Majoring in health science • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll

CAROLINE BOND Pole Vault 5-4 • Sophomore Johns Creek, GA Clemson Highlights • Ranks seventh in Clemson history in the indoor pole vault & ninth in the outdoor pole vault.

Best Collegiate Marks • Weight Throw - 51’7”/15.72m • Hammer Throw - 147’5”/44.93m

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Jumped a season-best mark of 12’6” at the Bob Pollock Invitational in May • Ranks in the top 10 of Clemson’s all-time performance list after freshman season • Cleared 12’5.5” and finished sixth at the ACC Championships

LINDSEY BELLARAN Middle Distance 5-2 • Freshman Holmdel, NJ Red Bank Catholic High School Highlights • Led 4x800-meter relay to national championship at 2011 New Balance Outdoor Nationals with third-fastest time in history at that point • Competed in the 800 and 4x800-meter relay at the 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals; led 4x8 team to a third-place finish • 2011 bronze medalist in the 800 meters at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions • Helped school’s distance medley relay to New Jersey state outdoor record and the fifth-best time in U.S. history • Claims personal bests of 2:12.73 (800), 2:59.72 (1,000) and 5:02.06 (mile)

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Cleared season-best 12’6” at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Tied for 11th in the vault at the ACC Championships in Boston Greater Atlanta Christian School Highlights • Holds all-time Georgia record in the pole vault • 2011 state champion, clearing over 12 feet at both the GHSA and USATF Georgia Association meets • Cleared personal best 12’5.75” in a winning effort at the region championship Personal • Born 9/30/92 • Majoring in food science • Named to 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll • Brother, William, was a pitcher for the Clemson baseball team from 2004-08

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• AAAA all-state in the 55 hurdles and 100 hurdles • Held school record in the 55m hurdles, long jump and triple jump at the conclusion of her prep career • Earned two letters on the school’s volleyball team KATE BOROWICZ Distance 5-7 • Red-Shirt Junior Greenville, SC

Personal • Born 4/7/94 • Majoring in health science

2011-12 Highlights • Competed indoors, her best performance was a 3K time of 10:06.36 at the Tiger Paw Invitational in February

JASMINE BRUNSON Jumps 5-6 • Senior Southampton, Bermuda

2010-11 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor season 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 16th-place 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 1600 • Two-time state champion in cross country (2006-07) • Held four school records (800, 1600, 3200 and 5000) at time of graduation • Coached by her mother, Jackie Borowicz

Career Honors • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Indoor Triple Jump (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, Outdoor Long Jump (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor Triple Jump (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor Long Jump (2011) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor Long Jump (2010) • ACC Champion, Indoor Triple Jump (2012) • All-ACC, Outdoor Long Jump (2011) • NACAC U23 Championships Bronze Medalist, Triple Jump (2012) Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in indoor triple jump, fifth in the outdoor long jump and outdoor triple jump, & sixth in the indoor long jump.

Personal • Born 4/23/91 • Daughter of Eric and Jackie Borowicz • Father played football at Navy • Twin sister, Emma, competed in cross country and track at the University of South Carolina • Majoring in health science • Named to the 2010-11 ACC Academic Honor Roll • Had outstanding cross country season in the fall of 2012, culminating with an all-region performance in November Collegiate Bests • Mile - 5:11.35 • 3000 - 10:06.36 • 5000 - 18:22.57

MEAGAN BRANDLI Distance 5-5 • Freshman Charleston, SC Wando High School Highlights • Graduated in 2011 and joined the Clemson team in the fall of 2012 • Placed third at the AAAA Lower State Cross Country Championships in 2010 and was 23rd at the statewide meet • Earned all-state recognition in the 800 and mile as a senior on the track; also helped school’s 4x800 relay to runner-up finish at state championship meet • Set school’s 1600-meter record as a junior in 2010 • Competed in the 2011 USATF Junior Olympic Nationals, young women division

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the triple jump • Season-best in the triple jump was 42’11” at the UCF Invitational • Runner-up to teammate April Sinkler in the triple jump at Jim Click Shootout • Sat out the ACC Championships due to injury • Earned bronze medal with a leap of 41’5” in the triple jump at the NACAC U23 Championships in Guanajuato, Mexico 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • First-team All-American in the triple jump in her first-ever NCAA national appearance in the event • Finished eighth at the NCAA Championships with a mark of 41’1.75” • Earned first ACC Championship in the triple jump with a leap of 43’3.75”, a mark that put her fourth on the school’s all-time performance list • Hit a long jump of 19’8.75” at the ACC Championships in a fourth-place finish 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Earned a spot at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the long jump in the final position • Finished 12th at the East Prelims in Bloomington, IN and held on to the final spot by just one centimeter (19’9.75”) • Claimed second-team All-America honors by virtue of 15th-place finish in the event at the NCAA national meet in Des Moines, she hit a mark of 20’3.75” • Top long jump mark of the season was at the Texas Relays, where she hit a leap of 20’4.25” • Earned first career All-ACC honor with third-place finish in the long jump, with a mark of 19’11.75” 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • High point scorer for the Tigers with a pair of fourth-place finishes at the ACC Championships • Set personal best in long jump with fourth-place finish and mark of 20’5.75” • Placed fourth in triple jump, she hit a mark of 41’10” for a season-best 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

Personal • Born 4/14/93 • Majoring in food science and nutrition

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

SHEMIAH BROOKS Jumps/Hurdles 5-8 • Freshman High Point, NC Southwest Guilford High School Highlights • Two-time New Balance All-American in 2012 in the triple jump; earned bronze medal at the indoor meet and finished fifth outdoors • 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals emerging elite winner in the 100 hurdles (14.21) • AAAA indoor & outdoor state champion in the triple jump as a senior; in fact, won three straight NCHSAA state titles in the event from 2010-12

Bermuda High School Highlights • 2007 National Scholastic Indoor All-American with third-place showing • 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 Personal • Born 10/12/91 • Daughter of Jon Brunson

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Personal • Born 4/27/93 • Majoring in therapeutic recreation

Best Collegiate Marks • Long Jump - 20’5.75”/6.24m • Triple Jump - 43’3.75”/13.19m

Best Collegiate Times • 60 - 7.25 • 100 - 11.29 • 200 - 22.97 • 300 - 37.90 • 400 - 56.69

DEZEREA BRYANT Sprints 5-2 • Sophomore Milwaukee, WI Career Honors • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 60 (2012) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Indoor 200 (2012) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 4x100 (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, Outdoor 200 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor 200 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 4x100 & Outdoor 4x400 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 & Indoor 200 (2012) • ACC Most Valuable Indoor Track Performer (2012) • ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year (2012) • ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year (2012) • ACC Champion, 60 & Indoor 200 (2012) • ACC Champion, 100 & Outdoor 200 (2012) • ACC Champion, 4x100 (2012) • IAAF World Junior Champion, 4x100 relay (2010, 2012) • IAAF World Junior Bronze Medalist, 200 (2012) • USA Junior Champion, 100 (2012) • USA Junior All-American, 100 & 200 (2010, 2012) • USTFCCCA Southeast Region Indoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year (2012) Clemson Highlights • Ranks second in Clemson history in the 60 dash and indoor 200, third in the 100 & fourth in the outdoor 200. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • One of the most decorated freshmen in Clemson women’s track & field history, she earned two individual titles and a relay crown at the ACC Outdoor Championships in Charlottesville • First ACC female to sweep all short sprints, indoor and outdoor, in same season since Miami’s Murielle Ahoure in 2009 • Named ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year, giving her a sweep of the ACC’s rookie awards in 2012 • Earned spot at NCAA Nationals in the 200 dash and with the 4x100 relay; helped 4x1 to program-best third-place finish (43.52) and school record time (43.43) in the semifinals in Des Moines • Ran time of 23.08 in the semifinals of the 200 and finished as a second-team All-American in that event • Posted personal best 22.97 in the quarterfinals of the 200 dash in Jacksonville at the NCAA East Preliminary Round • Captured ACC titles in the 100 (11.29) and 200 (23.05), both of which were “A” standard U.S. Olympic Trials qualifying times • Helped 4x1 to its third straight ACC title (43.58) • Second leg for Clemson’s season-best 4x4 time of 3:33.14 and quarterfinal winning team at the East Prelims • Won USA Junior championship in the 100 dash with a time of 11.43 and was runner-up in the 200, earning the right to compete in both at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain • Captured bronze medal in the 200 at the IAAF World Juniors and the gold medal with the 4x100 relay; it was her second relay title in as many trips 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • USTFCCCA first-team All-American in both short sprints, she finished sixth in the 60 dash and seventh in the 200; first Tiger female ever to earn All-America honors in both events in the same season • ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year, the third Clemson female to win the award in the last six years • ACC Meet Most Valuable Performer for track events after winning the 60 and 200; posted season-bests (7.25 in the 60, 23.26 in the 200) in the finals • Placed fourth in the 200 and fifth in the 60 championship races at the prestigious New Balance Invitational in New York Bradley Tech High School Highlights • 2010 IAAF World Junior champion with the 4x100 relay (was a teammate alongside current Clemson junior Stormy Kendrick) • Earned 2010 USA Junior All-American status in both 100 dash (11.66) and 200 dash (23.73) • 2011 outdoor state champion in the 100 dash (11.38) and 200 dash (23.01), both times were No. 2 nationally among U.S. high school athletes • Led U.S. high school ranks during 2011 indoor season in the 60m dash (7.26) and was No. 2 in the 200 dash (23.96) • 2011 indoor state champion and Wisconsin state record-holder in the 55m dash (6.76) • 2010 outdoor state champion in the 100 dash (11.5) and 200 dash (23.37)

JASMINE EDGERSON Sprints/Hurdles 5-4 • Senior Marietta, GA Career Honors • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Indoor 4x400 (2010) & 4x100 (2010-12) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 60 Hurdles (2011) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 60 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 Hurdles (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 4x400 (2010), 4x100 (2010-12) • ACC Champion, 60 Hurdles (2011) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2010), 4x100 (2010-12) • All-ACC, 60 (2011-12) • All-ACC, 100 (2011-12) • All-ACC, 60 Hurdles (2012) • U.S. Olympic Trials Participant, 100 Hurdles (2012) • USA Junior All-American, 200 (2010) • USA Championships Participant, 100 (2011) Clemson Highlights • Ranks third in Clemson history in the 60 dash and 60 hurdles, & sixth in the 100 dash and 100 hurdles. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • NCAA qualifier for third straight season as member of the 4x100 relay, helping the unit to first-team All-America honors • Posted school record time of 43.43 in the semifinals and third-place time of 43.52 in the final, a program-best finish in the 4x1 • ACC Champion for third consecutive season as anchor leg for 4x1; team posted time of 43.58 in the final • Only common member of Clemson’s three NCAA qualifying, ACC Championship winning 4x100 relays • ACC runner-up to teammate Dezerea Bryant in the 100 dash (11.39) • Competed in the NCAA East Prelims in the 100, 200 and 100 hurdles; finished 14th in the quarterfinals in the hurdles, two spots shy of an NCAA national berth • Placed fourth at ACCs in the 100 hurdles; ran personal best 13.09 at the Clemson Tiger Qualifier in May • Shaved nearly six tenths off personal best in the 200, running 23.26 in May • Competed in the prelims of the 100 hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Trials 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • USTFCCCA second-team All-American in the 60-meter dash; placed 12th overall after preliminary time of 7.41 • ACC runner-up to Dezerea Bryant in the 60, where she posted a time of 7.27, which was a career-best and No. 3 time in Clemson history • All-ACC in the 60 hurdles for a second consecutive season after running 8.26 in the final • Took seventh in the championship 60 dash at the New Balance Invitational 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • NCAA qualifier for second straight season as member of the 4x100 relay • Earned All-America honors for second straight season, she helped team to seventh-place finish after setting school record (43.54) in the semifinals • Ran anchor leg for the Tigers at both the ACC Championships and NCAA East Preliminary Round • Helped Tigers to season-best time of 44.27 and second straight 4x1 ACC title • Team posted a relay time of 44.46 with a new second leg at the East Prelims • Earned runner-up finish in 100 dash at ACC Championships, she ran a career-best 11.36 in the final • Scored for the Tigers in the 200 dash with a time of 23.86 • Competed in the 200 dash, 100 hurdles and 4x400 relay at the East Prelims • Missed qualifying as an at-large in the 100 hurdles by just two spots in the quarterfinal round, she clocked a personal best 13.37 in Bloomington • Competed at the USA Championships in the 100-meter dash 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Second-team All-American in the 60 hurdles • Earned at-large bid to the NCAA Championships in the event after clocking personal best 8.17 at the ACC Championships

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• Her time at the ACC meet was No. 2 in Clemson history and it propelled her to an upset victory over favored teammate Brianna Rollins in the final • ACC runner-up in the 60 dash to classmate Stormy Kendrick, she had a personal best 7.32 in that event • Her time in the 60 ranks third-best on Clemson’s all-time performance list • Also scored at the conference meet with a seventh-place finish in 200 dash 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships as a member of the 4x100 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 200 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 4x400 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 200 dash, her time was 24.01 • Helped 4x4 to five different NCAA provisional qualifying times throughout the course of the season

MEGHAN FLANAGAN Pole Vault 5-5 • Sophomore Palatine, IL Clemson Highlights • Ranks 10th in Clemson history in the outdoor pole vault. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Eighth-place finisher in the pole vault at the ACC Championships; cleared a season-best 12’5.5” at the conference meet in Charlottesville • Ranked among top 10 vaulters in Clemson’s women’s outdoor history • Also cleared 12 feet at the Bob Pollock Invitational in May 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Best clearance was 11’10.75” at the Clemson Invitational Palatine High School Highlights • Established school record in the pole vault • All-conference performer all four years, she was state runner-up in 2009 • Earned four varsity letters Personal • Born 9/6/92 • Majoring in materials science & engineering Best Collegiate Marks • Pole Vault - 12’5.5”/3.80m

Campbell High School Highlights • AAAAA state champion in the 100 hurdles from 2007-09 • Three-time All-State in the 200 dash • Four-time region champion in the hurdles • Holds school records in both the 100 hurdles (13.94) and 200 dash (24.35) • Coached by Mike McCloud and Kyle Turner

NIA FLUKER Sprints 5-5 • Sophomore Grand Prairie, TX

Personal • Born 6/6/91 • Majoring in sociology

Career Honors • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2012) • ACC Champion, Outdoor 4x400 (2012) • USA Junior Championships Participant, 400 (2012)

Best Collegiate Times • 60 - 7.27 • 100 - 11.36 • 200 - 23.26 • 300 - 38.93 • 400 - 56.19 • 60 Hurdles - 8.17 • 100 Hurdles - 13.09

Clemson Highlights • Ranks 10th in Clemson history in the outdoor 400. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Member of the 4x400-meter relay pool at the NCAA Outdoor Championships • Earned ACC Championship with 4x4 after running leadoff leg for the Tigers in Charlottesville; group posted time of 3:33.68 • Competed in the 400 dash at the NCAA East Preliminary Round • Fourth-place finisher in the quarter mile at the ACC Championships after posting a seasonbest 53.48 • Competed in the 400 at the USA Junior Championships in Bloomington, IN

BRIANNA FEERST Distance 5-5 • Freshman Brick, NJ Point Pleasant Beach High School Highlights • Four-time sectional cross country champion (2009-11); won multiple individual sectional championships in track as well • Third-team all-state for cross country in 2010 and 2011; she was four-time Team MVP and a three-year captain • Ocean County cross country champion in 2010 • Competed in the 1500 meters at the 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals, with a ninth-place finish • Competed in the mile at the 2012 New Balance Indoor Nationals, finishing 15th • Claims personal bests of 5:00.18 (mile) and 11:03.08 (two-mile) • Also won two varsity letters in basketball Personal • Born 3/16/94 • Major is undeclared

2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Leadoff leg for ACC Championship 4x400-meter relay that posted a time of 3:37.81 at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, MA • Finished fourth in the 400 dash at ACCs with a time of 54.77, a season-best for the freshman Pre-Clemson Highlights • 2009 USATF World Youth Trials bronze medalist, 800 (2:07.95) • 2008 USATF Junior Olympic silver medalist in the intermediate girls 800 • 2008 USATF Junior Olympic bronze medalist in the intermediate girls 400 dash • Placed 11th at the 2010 USA Junior Championships in the 800 • Two-time Texas Southern Relays champion, she won the 400 dash (56.01) in 2011 and the 800 run (2:10.22) in 2009 Personal • Born 5/31/93 • Majoring in animal & veterinary sciences Best Collegiate Times • 400 - 53.48 • 500 - 1:12.25 • 800 - 2:12.30

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CHRISTY GASPARINO Pole Vault 5-8 • Junior Darien, CT

Career Honors • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor 4x400 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 4x100 (2012) • All-ACC, Pentathlon (2011-12) • All-ACC, Heptathlon (2012) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2012) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2011-12) • USA Junior Bronze Medalist, Heptathlon (2010) • USA Junior Olympic Silver Medalist, 400 Hurdles (2009)

Career Honors • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor Pole Vault (2012) • All-ACC, Outdoor Pole Vault (2012) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2012) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2012) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2011-12) • USA Junior Championships Participant, Pole Vault (2011) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the outdoor pole vault & second in the indoor pole vault.

Clemson Highlights • Ranks fourth in Clemson history in the pentathlon, seventh in the indoor high jump & eighth in the heptathlon. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Championships in both relays, running lead leg for the 4x100 team and third leg with the 4x4 • Helped 4x1 team to a time of 44.12 and a win in its quarterfinal, and the 4x4 to a season-best 3:33.14, also another quarterfinal victory • Earned All-ACC status as the runner-up in the heptathlon after scoring 5,145 points in Boston; improved her personal best a few weeks later with a total of 5,154 in Lynchburg, VA 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • All-ACC performer for the second consecutive season in the pentathlon • Posted 3,584 points in a bronze medal finish over the five-event competition

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Punched ticket to her first NCAA Championships competition by virtue of matching her school record with 13’5.25” clearance in the NCAA East Preliminary Round; staved off elimination by clearing 12’11.5” on final attempt • Third Tiger female vaulter to advance to a national meet and second straight, joining Joana Costa (2003) and Lauren Terstappen (2011) • Finished 19th at the national meet with jump of 12’9.5” • Earned first career All-ACC certificate with bronze medal finish and 13’1.5” clearance at the league meet in Charlottesville • First cleared her outdoor personal best of 13’5.25” at the UCF Invitational 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Tied for sixth at the ACC Championships in Boston with a 12’10” clearance • Season and indoor personal best of 13’1.75” came at the Tiger Paw Invitational in a home meet

2010-11 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season due to injury • ACC’s runner-up in the pentathlon after totaling 3,798 points in the five-event slate in Blacksburg, VA • Her point value ranks among the top five in school history • Best event in the pentathlon at the ACC meet was the high jump, where she cleared a season-best 5’7.25” to land inside the top 10 all-time in Clemson history • Also competed with the team’s 4x400 relay, where she helped Clemson to a time of 3:39.03 at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet as the anchor leg Pelham Preparatory Academy (Christopher Columbus High) Highlights • One of the nation’s top prospects, she led the U.S. in the 300 dash and pentathlon and was No. 2 among high school athletes in three events (55m, 60, 200) • Also ranked among top five in the U.S. in the heptathlon and outdoor 200 dash • Earned bronze medal at the 2010 USA Junior Championships, as she totaled 5,197 points in the heptathlon at Des Moines, IA • Runner-up in the 55m dash (6.84) and 200 dash (23.48) at the 2010 National Scholastic Indoor Championships • Claimed silver medal at the 2009 USA Junior Olympics in the 400 hurdles, she also placed fifth at the same meet in the 200 dash • 2010 PSAL (Public Schools Athletic League) city champion in the 200, 400 hurdles and pentathlon; she also won the PSAL city crown in the 200 as a junior • 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 400 hurdles at the 2010 Penn Relays in Philadelphia • Concluded her high school career as the PSAL all-time record-holder in the 55m (6.89), 60 (7.39), indoor/outdoor 200 (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

2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Tied for seventh in the pole vault at the ACC Championships • Competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Bloomington, IN after qualifying with a season-best 12’10”/3.91m clearance at the Aggie Classic in Greensboro, NC • Tied teammate Lauren Terstappen for fifth place at the USA Junior Championships in Eugene, OR with 12’5.5” clearance 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Best performance was a 12-foot clearance (3.66m) at the Tiger Tuneup in February, the week before the ACC Championships 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 • Majoring in health promotion and education • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Mark • Pole Vault - 13’5.25”/4.10m

Personal • Born 4/3/92 • Daughter of Kiya Fountain • Majoring in sociology • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Marks • 60 - 7.58 • 200 - 24.33 • 300 - 38.83 • 400 - 58.80 • 800 - 2:18.78 • 60 Hurdles - 8.62 • 100 Hurdles - 14.02 • High Jump - 5’7.25”/1.71m • Long Jump - 19’3.25”/5.87m • Shot Put - 33’1”/10.08m • Javelin - 110’5”/33.67m • Pentathlon - 3,798 pts • Heptathlon - 5,154 pts

LISA GIRARD Distance 5-9 • Junior Fountain Inn, SC Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, 1500 (2011) 2011-12 Highlights • Primarily competed in the 1500 meters during outdoor season, her best time was 4:37.40 at the Clemson Tiger Qualifier • Consistent performer in the mile during indoor season, her best time was 5:03.30 at the Clemson Invitational 2010-11 Highlights • Primarily competed in the 1500 meters during outdoor season • Qualified for the USA Junior Championships in the event and finished 13th at the meet held in Eugene, OR with a season-best time of 4:37.79; she was one spot shy of qualifying for the final • Best time during collegiate season was 4:38.90 at the Clemson Final Qualifier

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J.L. Mann High School Highlights • All-State performer in 2010, she was fifth in the 1600 run (5:18.33) at the SCHSL Championships • Earned pair of state championships in the relays (4x800 in 2009, 4x400 in 2010) • Placed 15th at the South Carolina Cross Country Championships in 2009, she was runner-up in her region • Two-time Region 2-AAA champion at 800, 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 Personal • Born 4/14/92 • Daughter of Greg and Anna Marie Girard • Majoring in landscape architecture • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 2:20.81 • 1500 - 4:37.40 • Mile - 5:03.30 • 3000 Steeplechase - 11:58.48

Career Honors • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 60 Hurdles (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 100 Hurdles (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 400 Hurdles (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 100 Hurdles (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 400 Hurdles (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 Hurdles (2012) • ACC Champion, 400 Hurdles (2012) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2012) • ACC Champion, Outdoor 4x400 (2012) • All-ACC, 100 Hurdles (2012) • U.S. Olympic Trials Participant, 100 Hurdles (2012) Clemson Highlights • Ranks third in Clemson history in the 400 hurdles, fourth in the 60 hurdles & fifth in the 100 hurdles.

NNENYA HAILEY Hurdles 5-5 • Freshman Atlanta, GA Career Honors • IAAF World Youth Champion, 400 Hurdles (2011) • USA Junior Championships Participant, 400 Hurdles (2012) Mount Vernon Presbyterian School Highlights • 2011 IAAF World Youth Champion in the 400 hurdles after running a time of 57.93 in Lille, France • 2011 New Balance Outdoor Nationals bronze medalist in the 400 hurdles • Two-time high point winner at the AAA GISA Championships • Four-time AAA Champion in the 200 dash and 300 hurdles, she also won a pair of 100 hurdles titles • Set AAA state record in the 300 hurdles and held school records in the 100 hurdles and 200 dash at the time of graduation • Earned four varsity letters in track, two in basketball and one in cross country • Coached by Seymour Adlam Personal • Born 2/23/94 • Majoring in biological sciences

VALENCIA HANNON Sprints 5-6 • Freshman Elmont, NY Elmont Memorial High School Highlights • 2012 New Balance Outdoor All-American following a fourthplace finish in the 100-meter dash • Six-time all-state performer, she earned a bronze medal in the 55 dash as a senior in 2012 with a personal best 6.99 • Two-time state champion in the 100-meter dash • Earned five all-county and All-Long Island honors • Two-time team MVP in both indoor and outdoor track • Held high school’s individual records in the 55, 100 and 200 at the time of graduation • Coached by her father, Douglas Hannon, and Michael Graham Personal • Born 5/1/94 • Majoring in preprofessional health science

KENI HARRISON Hurdles 5-4 • Sophomore Clayton, NC

2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Championships in both hurdle events, one of two females to advance to nationals in both the 100 and 400 hurdles • Second-team All-American in both events, her best finish was 11th in the 100 hurdles with a time of 13.12 • ACC Champion in the 400 hurdles, Clemson’s first since Michelle Burgher in 2001 • Posted season-best 56.72 in the 400 hurdles and was third-fastest among the 12 qualifiers from the NCAA East Prelim site in Jacksonville • Clocked 13.02 and advanced to NCAA Nationals in the 100 hurdles from the East • All-ACC in the 100 hurdles after posting a time of 13.21 in the prelim and 13.33 in the final in Charlottesville • Helped 4x400-meter relay to time of 3:33.68 and gold medal at the ACC meet • Placed fifth in 100 hurdles at the prestigious Jim Click Shootout in Arizona • Clocked time of 13.23 in the prelims of the 100 hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Trials 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • USTFCCCA second-team All-American in the 60 hurdles after qualifying based on her time of 8.20 at the Clemson Invitational • Finished fourth at the ACC Championships in the 60 hurdles, one of five Tigers to sweep the top five positions in the event, a first in ACC women’s track & field history • Placed fourth in 60 hurdles at the prestigious New Balance Invitational • Helped Tigers to ACC Championship in 4x400 relay as second leg for the team that ran 3:37.81 in Boston, MA Clayton High School Highlights • 2011 New Balance Indoor national champion, 60 hurdles (8.42) • 2011 New Balance Outdoor national champion, 100 hurdles (13.49) • 2010 USA Track & Field Junior Olympic champion, 100 hurdles & 400 hurdles • 2010 New Balance Outdoor runner-up, 400 hurdles (59.30) and third-place finisher, 100 hurdles (14.06) • 2011 New Balance Outdoor fourth-place finisher, 400 hurdles (59.13) • Led U.S. high school ranks during 2011 indoor season in the 55 hurdles (7.83) and 60 hurdles (8.42) • Won outdoor state championships in 2010 and 2011 in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles • Broke North Carolina state high school record with time of 41.41 in winning the 300 hurdles at the AAAA meet • Named Most Valuable Performer at the 2011 AAAA state championship meet • 2011 Charlotte Observer Girls Athlete-of-the-Year Personal • Born 9/18/92 • Majoring in therapeutic recreation Best Collegiate Times • 400 - 55.49 • 500 - 1:14.70 • 60 Hurdles - 8.20 • 100 Hurdles - 13.02 • 400 Hurdles - 56.72

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2012-13 WOMEN’S BIOGRAPHIES ALYSSA HENSHAW Distance 5-4 • Junior Darnestown, MD

STORMY KENDRICK Sprints 5-3 • Senior Gastonia, NC

Career Honors • USA Junior Championships Participant, 3000 Steeplechase (2011) 2011-12 Highlights • Competed in a handful of indoor events, her best performance was a time of 2:20.30 in the 800 meters at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Competed almost exclusively in the 1500 outdoors, with a best of 4:44.66 at the Charlotte 49er Classic 2010-11 Highlights • Qualified for the USA Juniors in the 3000-meter steeplechase, she finished sixth in the event at Oregon’s Hayward Field • Best time in the event was 11:07.19 at the Pepsi Florida Relays • Competed in the middle distance events primarily during indoor season, her best performance was a time of 2:18.39 at the JRF Combined Events Invitational 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 (1600, 4x400, 4x800) • 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 800 at the Nike Spring Invitational and placed fourth • Won 2010 Montgomery County indoor championship with 1600 time of 5:16.93 • Runner-up at the 2009 Montgomery County Cross Country Championships • AAAA West Region runner-up in 800 in 2009 • Team MVP for cross country in 2009 and indoor track in 2010 • Helped 4x400 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 biological sciences • Two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll

KATIE INCLAN Distance 5-8 • Sophomore Spartanburg, SC 2011-12 Highlights • Best performance came during outdoor season, where she posted the team’s fifth-best time in the 800 meters at 2:16.06 in Charlotte • Competed in a handful of indoor meets, primarily in the 800 or mile Dorman High School Highlights • Earned all-state honors on the track in 2010 with a fourth-place effort in the 1600 and sixthplace finish in the 800 • Played major role in leading high school to state track championship in 2010 • Competed at the 2009 AAAA state championship meet in cross country, she finished 13th overall with a 5K time of 19:39.96 • Earned all-state, all-region, and all-area honors in both cross country and track • Won coaches award and most improved award with soccer team

Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 2:16.06 • 1500 - 4:45.92 • Mile - 5:18.44

Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the 60, first in the 100, third in the indoor 200, & sixth in the outdoor 200. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Earned first-team All-America status with the 4x100 relay, which finished in third place at the NCAA Championships • Ran lead leg for the Tigers in both the semifinals and final at the national meet in Des Moines, helping the group to school record 43.43 in the semis • Returned late in the outdoor season after a hamstring injury sidelined her for two months following the NCAA Indoor Championships • Qualified and competed in the 100 dash at the NCAA East Prelims, but did not advance to the quarterfinals 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Championships in both the 60 and 200, but only completed the preliminary round of the 60 due to a hamstring injury • Earned All-ACC status in the 60 and 200 for the second straight season, posting times of 7.31 (60) and 23.66 (200) at the league meet in Boston, MA • Matched personal best and school record 7.22 in the championship 60 dash final at the New Balance Invitational, winning the gold medal and leading Clemson to the team title at the prestigious meet in New York City • Ran third leg for the Tigers’ ACC Championship 4x400 relay; team clocked a time of 3:37.81 at the Reggie Lewis Center

Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 2:18.39 • 1500 - 4:42.07 • Mile - 5:02.52 • 3000 Steeplechase - 11:07.19

Personal • Born 2/14/92 • Majoring in special education • Named to 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll

Career Honors • IAAF World Junior Champion, 200 & 4x100 (2010) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 4x100 (2010, 2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 60 (2011-12) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, Indoor 200 (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 & Indoor 200 (2011-12) • NCAA Qualifier, 100, Outdoor 200, & 4x100 (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, 60 & Indoor 200 (2010) • ACC Champion, 60 (2011) • ACC Champion, 100 (2011) • ACC Champion, Outdoor 200 (2011) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2011-12) • ACC Champion, 4x100 (2010-11) • ACC Most Valuable Indoor Track Performer (2011) • ACC Most Valuable Outdoor Track Performer (2011) • ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year (2010) • All-ACC, 100 (2010) • All-ACC, Indoor 200 (2011-12) • All-ACC, Outdoor 200 (2010) • All-ACC, 60 (2010, 2012) • USA Junior All-American, 100 & 200 (2010)

2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA East Preliminary Round in 100 and 200, as well as both relays, but season was cut short due to a hamstring injury • Earned ACC’s Most Valuable Track Performer honors after winning both the 100 and 200, and helping 4x100 relay to victory at the league meet in April • Improved upon school record in 100 dash as a sophomore, her best time was 11.23 at the Texas Relays • Won 200-meter dash at the ACC meet with season-best 23.09, No. 4 time in Clemson outdoor history • Ran second leg for ACC championship 4x1 relay, where team turned in a time of 44.27 • Helped 4x400 relay to a second-place finish at the conference meet in Durham 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Automatic qualifier in the 60 dash at the NCAA Championships, she broke the Clemson record in the event with a 7.22 at the Hokie Invitational • Ran 7.28 in the ACC championship final to claim her first individual crown in the 60 • ACC runner-up in the 200 dash with an indoor personal best 23.29; her time is second-best in Clemson history • Ran second leg for the ACC champion 4x400 relay, her first conference crown in that event • The relay posted a season-best time of 3:37.26 to run away with the ACC title • Named ACC’s Most Valuable Track Athlete at the conclusion of the championship meet after earning the most points • Defeated former NCAA champion and current national leader LaKya Brookins of South Carolina in head-to-head 60 final in Blacksburg when she ran 7.22 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Outdoor Championships in three events, the 100 dash, 200 dash and 4x100 relay • Ran second leg for the Tigers’ All-America 4x100 relay team, which placed fourth with a time of 44.12 in the finals • Placed 12th in the 100 dash (11.47) and 16th in the 200 (23.85) semifinals • Ran second leg for the Tigers’ ACC championship 4x100 relay

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NATALIE KRAMER Pole Vault 5-8 • Freshman Greenville, SC Wade Hampton High School Highlights • South Carolina state champion in the pole vault as a senior; only competed in track & field for one season • Level 10 competitive gymnast in 2010-11, she competed in gymnastics for 12 years overall • Competed in 2006 Junior Olympics for gymnastics • Earned three varsity letters in swimming Personal • Born 5/18/94 • Majoring in biological sciences

MIMIEUX LAND Jumps 5-9 • Freshman Albany, GA Monroe High School Highlights • Won 10 individual state titles from 2009-12 and helped team to four state championships during that time • Earned national high jump championships in 2007-08, 2010 and 2012 Personal • Born 1/27/94 • Majoring in early childhood education

EMILY LEWIS Distance 5-5 • Freshman Easley, SC

Stormy Kendrick • Also ran second leg for Clemson’s 4x1 at the East Prelims, where the group posted seasonbest 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 100 dash • Finished in top 12 of both 100 dash and 200 dash in Greensboro at the East Prelims, she was one of the top freshman sprinters at the meet • Freshman school record-holder in both 100 dash and 200 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 200 dash • Claimed IAAF World Junior crowns in both 200 dash (22.99) and 4x100 relay; she was only the second athlete in Clemson history to win an individual event at the World Junior Championships

Easley High School Highlights • 2012 AAAA runner-up in the two-mile, she was also all-state in track in 2010 • Competed in the 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in the 5K, finishing 21st • 2011 AAAA runner-up at the state cross country meet • Competed at the 2011 Foot Locker South Cross Country Regional • Claims personal best in the 5K of 18:17 • Coached by Greg Fish Personal • Born 11/18/93 • Majoring in language & international health

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • NCAA provisional qualifier in 60 dash and 200 dash • Produced personal best of 7.40 in 60 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 60 dash (7.44) • Posted strong provisional NCAA time of 23.89 in 200 dash at Tyson Invitational Forestview High School Highlights • Indoor All-American via third-place finish in 60 dash at the NSIC meet • Earned outdoor All-America status after third-place showing in 100 dash at the Nike meet • AAA state champion in the 100 and 200 dash events as a senior, she also won the 100 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 100 dash in 2007 • Coached by Valentino Sykes Personal • Born 1/6/91 • Daughter of Betty Kendrick • Majoring in sociology Best Collegiate Marks • 60 – 7.22 • 100 – 11.23 • 200 – 23.09 • 300 - 38.33 • 400 – 55.49

LAURA LOVELESS Distance 5-9 • Red-Shirt Sophomore Kingsport, TN 2011-12 Highlights • Primary event was the 1500 meters; best time was 4:42.04 at the Bob Pollock Invitational in May • Competed in the 3K during indoor season Dobyns-Bennett High School Highlights • Placed 10th at the 2009 state championship cross country meet • Competed at the 2009 Foot Locker South Regional Personal • Born 10/7/91 • Majoring in psychology • Named to 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll • Transferred to Clemson from the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) Best Collegiate Times • 800 - 2:21.84 • 1500 - 4:42.04 • 3000 - 10:29.43

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2012-13 WOMEN’S BIOGRAPHIES SARA MANESIOTIS Distance 5-4 • Red-Shirt Freshman (out) / Sophomore (ind) Hilton Head Island, SC

BRIDGETTE OWENS Hurdles 5-4 • Junior Oak Park, MI

2011-12 Highlights • Competed in one indoor meet and red-shirted the outdoor season Hilton Head Island High School Highlights • 2010 Region 7-AAA cross country champion in the 5K • Competed at the 2010 Foot Locker South Regional • Runner-up at the 2009 Foot Locker South Regional in the junior/senior 5K • 2009 AAA state championship runner-up with a 5K time of 18:31.16 • Earned all-state honors in track in 2011 in the 1600m with fifth-place finish, she was also all-state in 2010 • Three-time all-state performer in cross country (2008-10) • Two-time all-state soccer player (2009, 2010) • Four-time team MVP for track and cross country, she was also a two-time MVP of the soccer team • Led soccer to AAA state championship in 2008 and 2011, and cross country to AAA crowns in 2009 and 2010 • Helped basketball team to conference championship and school record win total in 2010-11 • Earned five varsity letters in cross country and track, four in soccer and two in basketball Personal • Born 1/16/93 • Majoring in travel & tourism Best Collegiate Times • 3000 - 11:02.68

JILLIAN MESERVE Distance 5-10 • Freshman Haverhill, MA Haverhill High School Highlights • Competed in very few meets over her high school career, but consistently ran the mile at the MIAA Division I Indoor Championships • Placed eighth in the state of Massachusetts in the mile as a senior in 2012 • Two-time All-Star selection for track and once in cross country (2011) • Claims personal best of 5:23.76 in the mile Personal • Born 10/26/94 • Majoring in pre-business

TAYLOR MILLER Distance 5-4 • Red-Shirt Freshman (out) / Sophomore (ind) Fort Mill, SC 2011-12 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season • Competed indoors at the Clemson Invitational, where she posted a time of 5:09.37 in the mile Fort Mill High School Highlights • Competed at the 2010 Foot Locker South Regional • Finished fourth at the 2010 AAA state championship meet with a 5K time of 19:10, she helped Fort Mill to the team title in cross country • 2010 Upper State AAA champion with personal best 5K time of 18:34 • 2011 AAA state champion in the 800 (2:18.29), 1600 (5:07.20); also led school’s 4x800 relay to state crown as well • Named to all-state team in the 3200, as she led Fort Mill’s track team to 2011 AAA state championship

Career Honors • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 60 Hurdles (2012) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 100 Hurdles (2012) • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 100 Hurdles (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, 100 Hurdles (2011-12) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 Hurdles (2012) • ACC Champion, 100 Hurdles (2012) • ACC Champion, 4x100 (2012) • All-ACC, 60 Hurdles (2011-12) • USA Junior Silver Medalist, 100 Hurdles (2011) • Pan American Junior Bronze Medalist, 100 Hurdles (2011) • U.S. Olympic Trials Participant, 100 Hurdles (2012) • USA Championships Participant, 100 Hurdles (2011) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the 100 hurdles and second in the 60 hurdles. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • USTFCCCA first-team All-American after earning bronze medal for second consecutive NCAA national meet • Finished third behind teammate Brianna Rollins at the NCAA meet in Des Moines; clocked personal best 12.71 in the semifinals, a school record, and 13.10 into a strong headwind in the final • Advanced through the quarterfinals at the NCAA East Preliminary Round with a time of 13 seconds flat • Earned first individual ACC title in the 100 hurdles, clocking a 13.03 in the final after a personal best 12.83 in the qualifying round • Fourth-place finisher at the ACC Championships in the 200 dash, she posted a time of 23.82 in the prelims and 24.14 in the final • Helped Clemson’s 4x100 relay to a third straight league title, clocking a 43.58 to blow away the field in Charlottesville • Took bronze at the Jim Click Shootout in the 100 hurdles • Advanced to semifinals of the 100 hurdles, finishing 11th out of 32 competitors with a top time of 12.92 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • USTFCCCA first-team All-American after winning the bronze medal in the 60 hurdles at the NCAA Championships • Ran personal best in the 60 hurdles during the prelims (7.95), the second-best time in Clemson history • ACC runner-up and one of five Tigers to sweep the top five positions in the 60 hurdles, she ran 8.08 in the final in Boston, MA • Runner-up to teammate Brianna Rollins at the prestigious New Balance Invitational with time of 7.97 in the championship final of the 60 hurdles 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Championships in the 100 hurdles as a freshman • Earned second-team All-America honors with a 12th-place showing (13.21) in the semifinals • Third all-time in school history in the 100 hurdles after posting a time of 13.05 at the Texas Relays • Produced outstanding time of 13.08 with minimal tail wind at the NCAA East Prelims in Bloomington, IN • ACC’s fourth-place finisher in the 100 hurdles (13.16) • Boasts the sixth-best time ever for the 100 hurdles among U.S. Juniors, she was the silver medalist in the event at the national meet in Eugene, OR • Won bronze medal in the event at the Pan American Junior Championships in late July in Miramar, FL 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Posted season-best time of 8.21 in runner-up finish to teammate Jasmine Edgerson at the ACC Championships in the 60 hurdles • Recorded a strong time of 8.22 in the event at the Virginia Tech Qualifier and just missed qualifying for NCAA nationals by a matter of hundredths

Personal • Born 12/7/92 • Father played football at Western Kentucky (1982) and grandfather ran track and cross country at Davidson (1948-52) • Majoring in health science

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 100 hurdles • Won gold medal in 100 hurdles at 2009 Caribbean Scholastic Invitational • Coached by Calvin Johnson

Best Collegiate Times • 1000 - 3:03.96 • Mile - 5:09.37

Personal • Born 3/14/92 • Majoring in community recreation, sport & camp management

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40 Best Collegiate Times • 60 - 7.63 • 100 - 11.67 • 200 - 23.51 • 60 Hurdles - 7.95 • 100 Hurdles - 12.71

2009-10 Indoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships as a member of the 4x400 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 opening 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 at the conference indoor meet • Individual scorer at the ACC Championships with seventh-place showing in the 400 dash, her time was 54.84 • Helped 4x4 to five different NCAA provisional qualifying times throughout the course of the season • Produced NCAA provisional qualifying point total at the Clemson Games in the pentathlon (3,911)

BRITTANY PRINGLEY Sprints 5-4 • Red-Shirt Sophomore Miami, FL Career Honors • USTFCCCA Indoor All-American, 4x400 Relay (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 4x400 (2010) & Outdoor 4x400 (2012) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2010) & Outdoor 4x400 (2012) • All-ACC, Outdoor 400 (2010) 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Qualified for NCAA Championships with the 4x400 relay • Ran leadoff leg for the Tigers at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Jacksonville and helped team to season-best time of 3:33.14 • Member of ACC Championship 4x400 relay that clocked time of 3:33.68; ran second leg for that gold medal group • Scored a sixth-place finish in the 400 dash (53.77) at the ACC Championships; qualified for NCAA East Prelims in the open event as well 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Best time of the season in the open 400 was 57.38 at the New Balance Invitational in New York City 2010-11 Highlights • Red-shirted both the indoor and outdoor season

Miami Northwestern High School Highlights • Three-time Nike Outdoor national champion, she led the 4x400 relay team to victory in 2007 and 2009 and the sprint medley relay to first place in 2009 • Won the young women 400 dash at the 2008 Junior Olympics • Led the 4x100 relay to AAAA state championship as a senior • Two-time runner-up at the Florida AAAA level in the 400 dash (2008-09), she also was AllState in the event in 2007 • Holds school record in the 400 dash (53.87) • Led 4x400 relay to a pair of state championships • Led team to three state championships and four district championships • Coached by Carmen Jackson Personal • Born 11/29/90 • Daughter of David and Sheron Denise Pringley • High school teammate of Brianna Rollins • Majoring in sociology Best Collegiate Times • 200 - 24.19 • 400 - 53.72 • 500 - 1:12.99

2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Earned All-ACC status after finishing runner-up in the 400 dash at the conference meet, which was held at Clemson’s Rock Norman Track • Season-best time in the quarter mile was 53.72 at ACCs, she also competed at the NCAA East Prelims in the event and finished 19th in the quarterfinals • Helped 4x400 relay to fourth-place finish at ACCs and 14th-place effort at the NCAA East Prelims

KEISHA RICHBURG Hurdles 5-9 • Sophomore Miami, FL Miami Northwestern High School Highlights • State champion in Florida in the 300 hurdles • All-Dade County for track & field as a freshman, sophomore and senior • Warrior of the Week recipient from FLrunners.com • Earned four varsity letters in track & field Personal • Born 11/2/92 • Majoring in parks, recreation & tourism management • Attended same high school as Brittany Pringley and Brianna Rollins • Spent 2010-11 season at Miami Dade Community College

BRIANNA ROLLINS Hurdles 5-5 • Red-Shirt Junior (out)/Senior (ind) Miami, FL Career Honors • NCAA Champion, 60 Hurdles (2011) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 100 Hurdles (2012) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 60 Hurdles (2010-12) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Indoor 4x400 (2010) • NCAA Qualifier, 60 Hurdles (2010-12) • NCAA Qualifier, 100 Hurdles (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 200, 60 Hurdles, & Indoor 4x400 (2010) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor 400 (2010) • ACC Champion, 60 Hurdles (2012) • ACC Champion, Indoor 200 (2010) • ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2010-11) • All-ACC, 100 Hurdles (2011) • ACC Indoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year (2012) • ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year (2010) • U.S. Olympic Trials Finalist, 100 Hurdles (2012) • USA Championships Participant, 100 Hurdles (2011) • NACAC U23 Championships Gold Medalist, 100 Hurdles (2012)

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Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the 60 hurdles, first in the 100 hurdles, sixth in the indoor

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2012-13 WOMEN’S BIOGRAPHIES 400, & ninth in the indoor 200. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • USTFCCCA first-team All-American as runner-up to Ohio State’s Christina Manning for the second straight NCAA meet in the high hurdles • Clocked 12.73 in the semifinals of the national meet in Des Moines • Earned first qualification to the NCAA Championships during outdoor season by virtue of automatic berth in the 100 hurdles • Advanced to the final of the 100 hurdles at the U.S. Olympic Trials and finished sixth; owned second-best semifinal time with school record 12.70 • Posted time of 12.78 in the hurdles at the Jim Click Shootout in a silver medal finish at the prestigious meet in Arizona • Posted preliminary time of 13.10 at the ACC Championships in the high hurdles, but withdrew from finals due to injury • Ran time of 13.02 at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the hurdles • Posted time of 24.13 in the qualifying round of the 200 dash at ACCs • Helped 4x100 relay to time of 43.50 at the UCF Invitational • Captured the gold medal in a wind-aided time of 12.60 at the NACAC U23 Championships in Guanajuato, Mexico in July 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • USTFCCCA first-team All-American, she was the silver medalist in the 60 hurdles, one year after winning the national championship • Posted school record time of 7.93 in both the prelim and final at the national championship meet in Nampa, ID • Won first individual ACC title in the hurdles, she clocked an 8.07 to edge teammate Bridgette Owens by one hundredth of a second at the finish line • Gold medalist at the prestigious New Balance Invitational after running 7.97 in the 60 hurdles at New York’s Armory 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • ACC’s runner-up in the 100 hurdles, she had a time of 12.99 in the final in Durham, NC • Qualified to compete at the NCAA East Preliminary Round, but did not advance to nationals after missing over a month due to a recurring back injury • Clocked an outstanding time early in the season of 12.96 at the windy Texas Relays, she was fourth place at the prestigious meet • Advanced to semifinals of the 100 hurdles at the USA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, OR after a season-best 12.88 in the preliminary round 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Crowned NCAA champion in the 60 hurdles after a school-record time of 7.96 in the finals of the event in College Station, TX • First female national champion in the hurdles in Clemson history • Automatic qualifier in the 60 hurdles • Posted solid time of 8.13 – at the time a Clemson record – in the preliminary round at the ACC Championships • Finished fourth in the event at the ACC Championships • Helped 4x400 relay to second straight ACC indoor championship, the group had a time of 3:37.26 • Battled injuries for much of the season, but also clocked 60 hurdle times of 8.15 at the Tiger Paw Invitational and Hokie Invitational to display her consistency in the event 2009-10 Highlights • Red-shirted the outdoor season due to injury • Qualified for NCAA Indoor Championships in three events, the 200 dash, 60 hurdles and 4x400 relay • All-American in the 60 hurdles and 4x400 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 200 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 4x400 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 400 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 60 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 400 hurdles and 4x400 relay • Earned All-America honors at the Nike Outdoor Nationals in the 100 hurdles • AAAA state champion in the 300 hurdles and 4x100 relay • AAAA runner-up in the triple jump as a senior • Led 4x400 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 • Majoring in community recreation, sport & camp management

Best Collegiate Times • 200 - 23.69 • 300 - 37.90 • 400 - 54.01 • 500 - 1:14.47 • 60 Hurdles - 7.93 • 100 Hurdles - 12.70 • 400 Hurdles - 1:02.12

CARA TALTY Distance 5-3 • Junior Raritan, NJ 2011-12 Highlights • Competed in the 5K at both ACC Championships meets • Best performance during indoor season was in the mile, where she ran 5:02.80 at the Tiger Paw Invitational • Best outdoor showing was a time of 4:41.43 at the Bob Pollock Invitational in the 1500 meters Pre-Clemson Highlights • Spent the 2010-11 season as a member of Seattle University’s cross country and track & field teams • Great West Conference Cross Country Runner of the Week after the Sundodger Invitational • Placed seventh individually in the 5K at the 2010 GWC Cross Country Championships, earning first-team all-conference honors • Scored at the GWC Indoor Championships with the distance medley relay and in the 3000 meters • 2010 state sectional champion in the 3200 for Bridgewater Raritan High School • Competed at the 2010 New Balance Outdoor Nationals with school’s 4x1500 relay • 2010 state sectional runner-up in 1600 • Placed 23rd at the New Jersey Cross Country Meet of Champions Personal • Born 7/15/91 • Majoring in graphic communications Best Collegiate Times • 1500 - 4:41.43 • Mile - 5:02.80 • 3000 - 9:56.09 • 5000 - 17:19.93

LAUREN TERSTAPPEN Pole Vault 5-9 • Junior Phoenixville, PA Career Honors • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor Pole Vault (2011) • All-ACC, Outdoor Pole Vault (2011) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2011) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2011) • USTFCCCA All-Academic (2011) • USA Junior Championships Participant, Pole Vault (2011) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the indoor pole vault & second in the outdoor pole vault. 2011-12 Highlights • Showed consistent progress until suffering an elbow injury at the Florida Relays early in outdoor season • Finished fifth at the ACC Indoor Championships with a clearance of 13’1.75” • Established Clemson indoor record with jump of 13’2.5” at the Clemson Invitational and jumped 13’1.5” at the New Balance Invitational • Jumped personal best 13’4.25”, second in Clemson history, at the Jim Click Shootout in Arizona during outdoor season; easily won the event in what was a scored team competition 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Earned a spot at the NCAA Outdoor Championships by virtue of 10th-place finish at the East Preliminary Round in Bloomington, IN • Second female vaulter in Clemson history to advance to nationals, joining Joana Costa (2003) • Runner-up in the pole vault at the ACC Championships, she cleared a personal best 13’3.75” • Placed fourth at both the Florida Relays and Penn Relays • Cleared 13’1.5” and was second place at the Clemson Final Qualifier • Advanced to USA Junior Championships in the event and tied for fifth with 12’5.5” clearance in Eugene

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2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Sixth-place finisher at the ACC Championships, she went over the bar successfully at 12’11.5” • Season-best clearance was 13’0.25” in runner-up showing at the Tiger Paw Invitational; it was the first indoor 13-foot clearance in school history for a female • Won pole vault competitions at the Clemson Challenge and JRF Combined Events Invitational, as well as the unseeded section at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet 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 Personal • Born 3/2/92 • Daughter of Karl and Cathleen Terstappen • Majoring in health promotion and education • Named to 2010-11 ACC Academic Honor Roll

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 Best Collegiate Marks • Shot Put - 42’0”/12.80m • Weight Throw - 68’2.5”/20.79m • Discus Throw - 167’6”/51.06m • Hammer Throw - 186’3”/56.77m

Best Collegiate Mark • Pole Vault - 13’4.25”/4.07m

BRITTNEY WALLER Throws 5-10 • Senior Greenville, SC

MARLENA WESH Sprints 5-6 • Senior Virginia Beach, VA

Career Honors • USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, Weight Throw (2011) • NCAA Qualifier, Weight Throw (2011) • ACC Champion, Weight Throw (2011-12) • All-ACC, Weight Throw (2010) • All-ACC, Hammer Throw (2010) Clemson Highlights • Ranks second in Clemson history in the weight throw, second in the discus throw, & fourth in the hammer throw. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • NCAA East Preliminary Round qualifier in the discus, she finished 22nd out of 48 competitors • Best mark of the season was 163’5” in the discus, 180’7” in the hammer • Placed ninth in the hammer throw and 11th in the discus at the ACC Championships in Charlottesville 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • Earned second straight ACC title in the 20-pound weight throw • Hit a mark of 66’10” and blew away the competition, finishing over four feet past her closest finisher • Best mark of season came at the Virginia Tech Final Qualifier, she hit 67’10.25” • Hit a mark of 66 feet in the weight at the New Balance Invitational and was fourth place against an elite field of throwers 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Scored in both the discus and hammer throws at the ACC Championships • Finished sixth in the hammer throw with a mark of 180’2”/54.92m • Best hammer mark for the season was 186’3”/56.77m at the Bob Pollock Invitationa; the mark is No. 4 in school history • Placed seventh in the discus at ACCs with a mark of 154’9”/47.17m • Best discus throw for the year was 167’6”/51.06, No. 2 in school history, at the Tiger Qualifier 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Won ACC championship in the 20-pound weight throw; she hit a mark of 64’8.5” to tie a Virginia Tech thrower, but her second-best mark was better so she was awarded the title • Season-best throw of 68’2.5” came at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet in February • Clemson’s first NCAA participant in the weight throw since Della Clark in 2007 • Second-team All-American in the event with 12th-place finish 2009-10 Outdoor Highlights • Earned All-ACC distinction in the hammer throw after a mark of 170’10” and third-place 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

Career Honors • Olympic Games Semifinalist, 400 (2012) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Indoor 400 (2011-12) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Outdoor 400 (2012) • USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 4x100 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 400 (2011-12) • NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor 400 (2012) • NCAA Qualifier, 4x100 & Outdoor 4x400 (2012) • NCAA Provisional Qualifier, Indoor 400 (2010) • ACC Outdoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year (2012) • ACC Most Valuable Outdoor Track Performer (2012) • ACC Champion, Indoor 400 (2011-12) & 4x400 (2011-12) • ACC Champion, Outdoor 400 (2011-12) & 4x400 (2011-12) • ACC Champion, 4x100 (2012) • All-ACC, Indoor 200 (2011) & Outdoor 200 (2011-12) • All-ACC Academic, Indoor Track & Field (2011) • All-ACC Academic, Outdoor Track & Field (2012) • All-Big XII, Indoor 400 (2010), Indoor & Outdoor 4x400 (2010) • NACAC U23 Championships Silver Medalist, 400 (2012) Clemson Highlights • Ranks first in Clemson history in the indoor and outdoor 400, fourth in the indoor 200, & fifth in the outdoor 200 and 400 hurdles. 2011-12 Outdoor Highlights • Finished 19th at the Olympic Games in the 400 dash, advancing to the semifinal round as a collegian; ran 51.98 in the prelims representing Haiti • USTFCCCA first-team All-American in the 400 dash and with the 4x100 relay • Helped 4x1 to bronze medal finish and school-record time of 43.43 in the semifinals of the national meet in Des Moines • Placed sixth in the 400-meter dash and clocked time of 52.13 in the final • Top-seeded competitor among 24 entries in the 400 dash, she owns a personal best 51.43 from her meet record, winning time at the ACC Championships • Earned first ACC Most Valuable Track Performer award after scoring 38 out of 40 potential points in four events; won the 400 and helped both relay teams to conference titles as well • Victory in the 400 dash was her fourth straight ACC crown in the event in as many tries • Ran 50.78 split on anchor leg at the NCAA East Preliminary Round to propel the 4x4 to a berth at outdoor nationals • Clocked personal best 23.06 in runner-up finish to teammate Dezerea Bryant in the 200-meter dash at ACCs • Did not compete in the 200 dash at the East Prelims in order to focus on the 400 and relays • Posted top time in Jacksonville in the 400, she ran 51.59 in the quarterfinals • Helped 4x100 team to school record time of 43.45 at the Florida Relays • Won the silver medal at the NACAC U23 Championships in the 400 dash, running a time of 51.23 in the final 2011-12 Indoor Highlights • USTFCCCA first-team All-American after a fifth-place finish in the 400 dash • Posted time of 53.03 in the prelims at the NCAA meet and 53.17 in the final • Best indoor time of 52.21 came in gold medal showing at the prestigious New Balance Invitational in New York City • Anchored 4x400 relay to victory at the ACC Championships in Boston, MA

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2012-13 WOMEN’S BIOGRAPHIES • Placed fourth in 200-meter dash at ACCs with a time of 23.78, but her best time in the event was 23.51 at the Auburn Invitational in January 2010-11 Outdoor Highlights • Earned a sweep of the ACC crowns in the 400 meters; she posted a time of 52.28 in the league meet at Duke’s Wallace Wade Stadium • Scored runner-up finishes at the ACC Championships in the 200 dash (23.26) and with the 4x400 relay • Qualified to compete at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in four different events, but did not make the trip to Bloomington, IN due to a suspension 2010-11 Indoor Highlights • Notched first All-America accolade with eighth-place finish in the final at the NCAA Championships in the 400 dash, but a fall took her out of her bid to win the national title • Posted a time of 52.88 in the 400 prelims at the national meet, which was one of the top times of the qualifying round • Earned ACC championship in the 400 dash with a Clemson record time of 53.10; it was first 400 crown by a Tiger female indoors since Marcia Smith won it in 2001 • Ran anchor leg for the Tigers’ ACC championship 4x400 relay as well; team clocked a seasonbest time of 3:37.26 in Blacksburg • ACC third-place finisher in the 200 dash, she had a season-best time of 23.47 to earn the all-conference accolade

• Became first female in Virginia high school history to win the 100, 200 and 400 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, both native Haitians • Majoring in psychology • Owns dual citizenship between the U.S. and Haiti and has four siblings • Younger brother, Darrell, is an All-American sprinter at Virginia Tech Best Collegiate Times • 100 - 11.70 • 200 - 23.06 • 300 - 38.09 • 400 - 51.43 • 500 - 1:11.82 • 400 Hurdles - 57.49

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 200 time of the season was 24.13 at the Arizona State Invitational outdoors • Qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the 400 dash, she finished 29th with a time of 54.59 Landstown High School Highlights • 2008 Nike Indoor National Champion in the 200, she was runner-up at the Nike Outdoor Nationals that same season • Eight-time state champion in Virginia, collecting multiple titles in the 100, 200 and 300 dash events

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2011-12 INDOOR SEASON REVIEW Clemson Women Tie for Fifth at NCAA Championships The Tiger women’s program tied for fifth place at the 2012 NCAA Indoor Championships, the second-highest team finish in school history. The 2001 team tied for third place in Marcia Noad’s first season. Lawrence Johnson’s 2012 team had a total of nine first- and second-team All-Americans, including silver medalist Brianna Rollins and bronze medalist Bridgette Owens in the 60 hurdles. The fifth-place tie gave Clemson three consecutive top-15 finishes at the NCAA Indoor Championships. The 2010 team tied for seventh, while the 2011 group finished 11th.

USTFCCCA All-American Name Event Mark Spencer Adams 60 Hurdles 7.60 ACC Champion Name Event Mark Spencer Adams 60 Hurdles 7.72

Clemson’s Best NCAA Indoor Women’s Team Finishes Year Points Finish All-Americans 2001 30 T-3rd 7 2012 24 T-5th 9 2010 20 T-7th 10 1983 10 T-10th 1 2011 19 11th 8

Name Justin Murdock Chris Slate Marcus Maxey Torian Ware Shai Carpenter

Women Earn Third Straight ACC Indoor Championship Clemson’s women’s track & field team won its third straight ACC indoor championship on Feb. 25 at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, MA. It was the program’s fourth overall indoor team championship and fifth consecutive crown overall (including the 2010 and 2011 outdoor seasons). Six individuals won ACC championships, while Clemson won the 4x400-meter relay for the third consecutive year to conclude the meet. The Tigers amassed 166 points, compared to 87 for runner-up Florida State. The 79-point margin of victory was Clemson’s largest out of the three consecutive indoor team titles from 2010-12. Tiger athletes picked up an additional seven all-conference honors due to top-three finishes across multiple events. Nine Different Tigers Earn All-America Distinction Clemson had nine student-athletes that combined for 10 All-America honors as released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association the Monday following the NCAA Indoor Championships. First-team All-America honors were awarded to finalists in each NCAA Championships event, and the Tigers had seven such selections. Dezerea Bryant led the way among first-team AllAmericans after earning the honor in both the 60 dash and 200 dash. She was the first Tiger female to earn All-America distinction in both events in the same season. Brianna Rollins and Bridgette Owens were the top finishers for the women’s program, as the duo finished second and third, respectively, in the 60 hurdles final. Spencer Adams, Clemson’s only male participant at the NCAA Championships, was fifth in a competitive 60 hurdles final. Also earning first-team honors from the Clemson women’s program were Marlena Wesh in the 400 dash and Jasmine Brunson in the triple jump. Second-team All-America honors were awarded to Jasmine Edgerson and Stormy Kendrick in the 60 dash, and Keni Harrison in the 60 hurdles. Johnson ACC, Southeast Region Coach-of-the-Year Clemson’s Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson was named 2012 ACC Coach-of-the-Year and Southeast Region Coach-of-the-Year by the USTFCCCA. It marked the third straight indoor season Johnson earned both honors. He led Clemson’s women to a third consecutive championship at the ACC indoor meet, the fourth in program history. He then led the Tigers to a fifth-place tie as a team at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Johnson coached six individuals and the 4x400-meter relay to conference championships in 2012. He also guided six first-team All-Americans from the women’s program, including national runner-up Brianna Rollins in the 60 hurdles.

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won the 200-meter dash and was all-conference in the 400 as well. Bryant Named ACC Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year Dezerea Bryant won ACC titles in the 60 dash and 200 dash as a rookie en route to earning ACC Indoor Freshmanof-the-Year honors in 2012. She was the third Tiger female to win the award in the past six years, joining Liane Weber in 2007 and Brianna Rollins in 2010. At the conclusion of the conference’s indoor meet in February, she was also awarded the ACC’s Most Valuable Performer award for earning the most points in the track events. The native of Milwaukee, WI then went on to advance to national finals in the 60 dash and 200 dash. She became the first Clemson female to earn All-America distinction in both events in the same indoor season. Adams Wins Elusive First ACC Championship in the Hurdles Clemson junior Spencer Adams has consistently been an All-ACC performer since enrolling in the Tiger track program, but a conference crown eluded the Charlotte, NC native until February of 2012. He defeated his archrival Devon Hill of Miami on his way to a time of 7.72 in the 60-meter hurdles, capturing his first gold medal in ACC track & field. It was Clemson’s first ACC men’s championship in the event since Dwight Thomas won gold in 2002.

Owens Enjoys Breakout Performance in the High Hurdles Bridgette Owens may have finished runner-up in the 60-meter hurdles at the ACC Indoor Championships in February, but she carried that momentum over to her next competition, finishing third at the NCAA Indoor Nationals in Nampa, ID. Owens produced personal bests throughout the 2012 season, culminating with a time of 7.95 in the NCAA prelims. She then clocked an 8.03 in her bronze medal finish behind Ohio State’s Christina Manning and teammate Brianna Rollins. Owens’ third-place showing marked the first time in two trips to the NCAA Championships that she advanced to the finals. She also competed in the semifinals of the 100-meter hurdles at the outdoor nationals as a freshman in 2011, but finished as a second-team All-American. Rollins, Owens Rank Among All-Time Best in NCAA History Over the course of women’s collegiate track & field history, only a handful of student-athletes have gone subeight seconds in the 60-meter hurdles. Two of those athletes competed for the Clemson women’s track & field program in 2012. Brianna Rollins, who first entered the all-time top-10 list in 2011, improved her personal best to 7.93 in February of 2012 in the prelims at the NCAA Indoor Championships. That time ranks sixth among women’s 60 hurdlers in NCAA history. Bridgette Owens, a sophomore, clocked a 7.95 in the same preliminary stages of the 2012 NCAA Indoor Championships. The native of Oak Park, MI ranks in a tie for 10th on the alltime performance list, according to data available from Track

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Adams Matches School Record in Men’s High Hurdles The 2012 indoor track & field season was a banner one for Clemson’s Spencer Adams. After deciding to forego his final two seasons with the Tiger football team, he focused on committing himself 100 percent to track. The work paid off, as he won his first ACC title in February and followed with a fifth-place finish in the 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships in early March. He ran a personal best at the most opportune time, clocking a 7.60 to match Duane Ross’ Clemson record in the final.

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Rollins Named ACC Indoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year Brianna Rollins captured her first individual ACC hurdles title in 2012, winning the 60 hurdles with a time of 8.07. She took it a step further in March when she earned runner-up status at the NCAA Indoor Championships in the event. In back-to-back years, Rollins won the NCAA championship and finished runner-up in the 60 hurdles. She ran to a personal best 7.93 in the prelims and final of the indoor national meet, falling just short of beating Ohio State star Christina Manning. As a result of her efforts, Rollins was named the ACC’s Indoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year. It was her second significant honor awarded by the ACC office. She was named the league’s Indoor Freshman-of-the-Year in 2010 when she

All-ACC Performers Event Mark 60 Dash 6.69 800 1:50.06 60 Hurdles 7.89 High Jump 6’11.75” Triple Jump 50’6”

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2011-12 INDOOR SEASON REVIEW & Field News. The collegiate record, 7.84, was set in 2006 by Ginnie Powell of the University of Southern California. Powell is now married to former Clemson great Shawn Crawford. Only two additional athletes have run 7.90 or faster: Priscilla Lopes of Nebraska ran a 7.87 in 2006, while Perdita Felicien of Illinois clocked a 7.90 in 2002. The entire top-10 performance list is below. Rollins’ time of 7.93 supplanted former Lawrence Johnson protégé Queen Harrison of Virginia Tech as an overall ACC record. Harrison, who still trains under Johnson with Boogiefast, Inc., is tied for seventh on the performance list.

WOMEN’S INDOOR HONORS USTFCCCA All-Americans Name Event Mark Brianna Rollins 60 Hurdles 7.93 Bridgette Owens 60 Hurdles 8.03 Marlena Wesh 400 Dash 53.17 Dezerea Bryant 60 Dash 7.28 Dezerea Bryant 200 Dash 23.36 Jasmine Brunson Triple Jump 41’1.75” Jasmine Edgerson 60 Dash 7.41 Stormy Kendrick 60 Dash 7.42 Keni Harrison 60 Hurdles 8.26 ACC Champions Name Event Mark Dezerea Bryant 60 Dash 7.25 Dezerea Bryant 200 Dash 23.26 Marlena Wesh 400 Dash 53.10 Brianna Rollins 60 Hurdles 8.07 Fluker, Harrison 4x400 Dash 3:37.81 Kendrick, Wesh Jasmine Brunson Triple Jump 43’3.75” Brittney Waller Wt. Throw 66’10”

NCAA Top-10 All-Time Performance List, Women’s 60 Hurdles (according to Track & Field News) Rk. Student-Athlete School Year Time 1. Ginnie Powell Southern Cal 2006 7.84 2. Priscilla Lopes Nebraska 2006 7.87 3. Perdita Felicien Illinois 2002 7.90 4. Christina Manning Ohio State 2012 7.91 5. Danielle Carruthers Indiana 2002 7.92 6. Brianna Rollins Clemson 2012 7.93 7. Vonette Dixon Auburn 2000 7.94 Tiffany Ofili Michigan 2008 7.94 Queen Harrison Virginia Tech 2010 7.94 10. Donica Merriman Ohio State 2001 7.95 Raasin McIntosh Texas 2004 7.95 Bridgette Owens Clemson 2012 7.95 Bryant Accomplishes a Clemson First When Clemson freshman Dezerea Bryant crossed the finish line in seventh place in the 200-meter dash final at the NCAA Indoor Championships, she became the first female in Clemson track & field history to earn first-team All-America honors in both short sprints at the same meet. The closest any Tiger female had come to previously achieving AllAmerica in both was in 2001 when Cydonie Mothersill won the 200-meter dash. But, she did not make it out of the preliminary round of the 60 dash. The 2012 meet was the second straight year Clemson had a female compete in both short sprints. Stormy Kendrick was a second-team All-American in both the 60 and 200 at the 2011 meet that was held in College Station, TX. Wesh Claims Third Straight 400 Dash Title at ACCs The most dominant performer in her event for the Clemson women’s program in the last two years has been Marlena Wesh in the 400 meters. The junior from Virginia Beach, VA collected her third straight 400-meter dash title at the ACC Championships and also anchored the 4x400meter relay team to a second straight indoor crown under her leadership. In just a year and a half, Wesh collected three individual ACC championships and a pair of relay crowns, while contributing to two ACC indoor championship teams and the 2011 outdoor championship squad as well. Slate Continued Consistency in Men’s 800 Meters Fifth-year senior Chris Slate continued his run of consistency in the 800 meters at the 2012 ACC Indoor Championships. The native of Wilmington, DE turned in a time of 1:50.06 and collected the bronze medal, giving him three straight all-conference accolades in the event. He was All-ACC in the 800 both indoor and outdoor in 2011, his junior year. Slate’s top time in the 800 meters in 2012 came in Fayetteville, AR at the Tyson Invitational (1:49.50). The time was an indoor personal best for Slate, who moved into second place all-time in the Clemson record books for the event. Only Andrew Beecher in 1992 ran a faster 800 meters in Clemson men’s indoor track & field history. Brunson Earns First ACC Crown, All-America Honor The triple jump was not supposed to be an area of strength for the Tiger women’s team in 2012. Clemson lost the services of Patricia Mamona to graduation, and April Sinkler to expired indoor eligibility. Jasmine Brunson was the only athlete Clemson had on its roster capable of scoring at the ACC Championships in any of the horizontal jumps. She certainly did that in fine fashion, winning her first individual ACC crown in the triple jump after connecting on a personal best leap of 43’3.25” in Boston. Neither Mamona nor Sinkler ever won an ACC championship in the triple jump prior to Brunson’s breakthrough. She followed suit with her first trip to an NCAA Indoor

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All-ACC Performers Name Event Mark Place Jasmine Edgerson 60 Dash 7.27 2nd Stormy Kendrick 60 Dash 7.31 3rd Stormy Kendrick 200 Dash 23.66 3rd Alyssa Kulik Mile 4:43.20 3rd Bridgette Owens 60 Hurdles 8.08 2nd Jasmine Edgerson 60 Hurdles 8.26 3rd Whitney Fountain Pentathlon 3,584 pts 3rd

The top clearance on the season, and No. 1 in Clemson’s record books, was recorded by Terstappen at the Clemson Invitational. She went over the bar at 13’2.5”. Gasparino’s top clearance of 2012 came at the Tiger Paw Invitational, where she jumped 13’1.75” herself. The duo rank 1-2 in the Tiger record books following the 2012 indoor season.

Freshman Jumpers Make Their Marks Clemson ushered in a large freshman class for men’s track & field in 2011-12. Torian Ware joined the program in the high jump, Jameel Abdul-Mateen in the long jump, and Shai Carpenter and C.J. Davidson in the triple jump. Two of the athletes were All-ACC in their rookie seasons, Ware in the high jump and Carpenter in the triple jump. Ware cleared the bar at 6’11.75”, an indoor best, to finish as bronze medalist at the ACC Indoor Championships. He was Clemson’s first all-conference performer in the high jump since Adam Linkenauger in 2007. Carpenter was impressive in the triple jump, hitting a mark of 50’6”, more than a foot over his personal best from high school, in a third-place effort. The native of Mauldin, SC hit the mark on his sixth and final jump. In addition to those all-conference performances, AbdulMateen was fifth place in the men’s long jump competition. He hit a mark of 23’11.5”, a season-best for the rookie out of Covington, GA, on his final attempt of the preliminary round. In all, Clemson’s freshman male jumpers combined to score 16 of the Tigers’ 78 total points at the 2012 ACC Indoor Championships. Gasparino, Terstappen Re-Write Pole Vault Records Clemson had a formidable pair in the women’s pole vault in 2012 in the form of sophomores Christy Gasparino and Lauren Terstappen. Both cleared 13 feet on multiple occasions last winter, including Terstappen in a fifth-place finish at the ACC Championships (13’1.75”).

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2011-12 OUTDOOR SEASON REVIEW Women Record Program-High Fourth Place Tie at NCAAs The Tiger women’s program recorded its highest finish in outdoor track & field history when it tied Kansas for fourth place at the NCAA Championships in Des Moines, IA. Clemson matched a program-high with 28 total points, including 23 on the final day of the championship. Clemson had nine first-team All-Americans, including multiple winner Marlena Wesh. The Tigers added four second-team performers for a total of 13, matching the program’s most All-Americans in a single outdoor season. Clemson’s Best NCAA Outdoor Women’s Team Finishes Year Points Finish All-Americans 2012 28 T-4th 13 2001 28 7th 12 2011 28 T-7th 13 Women Earn Third Straight ACC Outdoor Championship Clemson’s women’s track & field team won its third straight ACC outdoor championship on Apr. 21 at Lannigan Field in Charlottesville, VA. It was the program’s fifth overall outdoor team championship and sixth consecutive crown overall in track & field. Seven individuals won ACC championships, while Clemson won both relays as well. The Tigers amassed 185 points, compared to 100 for runner-up Virginia. The 85-point margin of victory was the largest in ACC women’s track & field since 1994. Tiger athletes picked up an additional eight allconference honors due to top-three finishes across multiple events. At the conclusion of the meet, Marlena Wesh was named the ACC’s Most Valuable Track Performer after earning 38 out of a possible 40 points across four events. April Sinkler was all-conference in three different events and was the league’s Field MVP for the sixth time in her decorated career. Eleven Different Tigers Earn All-America Distinction Clemson had 11 student-athletes that combined for 14 All-America honors as released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association the Monday following the NCAA Outdoor Championships. First-team All-America honors were awarded to finalists in each NCAA Championships event, and the Tigers had 10 such selections. Marlena Wesh was Clemson’s only athlete to win multiple first-team All-America honors. She was sixth in the 400 dash and also helped the 4x100 relay to a third-place showing.

Jasmine Edgerson earned her third straight first-team AllAmerica certificate with the 4x1 as well. Brianna Rollins and Bridgette Owens were second and third, respectively, in the 100 hurdles. The two were also second and third in the high hurdles during the NCAA Indoor Championships in March. Spencer Adams was the lone first-team All-American for the Tiger men’s team, finishing in third place in the 110 hurdles. Second-team All-America honors were awarded to Warren Fraser in the 100 dash, Dezerea Bryant in the 200, Monique Gracia in the 100 hurdles, and Keni Harrison in the 100 and 400 hurdles. Women Top National Rankings for First Time For the first time in program history, the Clemson women’s track & field team was rated No. 1 in the nation by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Tuesday, April 24. The Tigers jumped two spots from the previous week’s rankings after winning their sixth consecutive ACC championship. Two weeks later, Clemson again claimed the top position after Texas had jumped them the week before. Men’s Shuttle Hurdle Relay Wins at Penn For the second time in the last three seasons, the Clemson men’s shuttle hurdle relay won the championship of America at the prestigious Penn Relays at Franklin Field. The team of Spencer Adams, Charlton Rolle, Marcus Maxey and Elijah Britton put together a time of 54.98, just eight one-hundredths off the school record of 54.90 set in 1998. Both Maxey and Rolle were also part of the 2010 team that claimed a famous Penn Relays wheel. Johnson ACC, Southeast Region Coach-of-the-Year Clemson’s Director of Track & Field Lawrence Johnson was named 2012 ACC Women’s Coach-of-the-Year and Southeast Region Coach-of-the-Year by the USTFCCCA. It marked the third straight outdoor season Johnson earned both honors. He led Clemson’s women to a third consecutive championship at the ACC outdoor meet, the fifth outdoor title in program history. He then led the Tigers to a fourthplace tie as a team at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Johnson coached seven individuals and both relays to conference championships in 2012. He also guided nine firstteam All-Americans from the women’s program, including national runner-up Brianna Rollins in the 100 hurdles.

MEN’S OUTDOOR HONORS USTFCCCA All-Americans Name Event Mark Spencer Adams 110 Hurdles 13.73 Warren Fraser 100 Dash 10.18 All-ACC Performers Name Event Mark Chris Slate 800 1:48.30 Spencer Adams 110 Hurdles 13.39 Marcus Maxey 110 Hurdles 13.83 Spencer Adams 400 Hurdles 50.96

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Wesh ACC, Southeast Region Track Athlete-of-the-Year Marlena Wesh had an outstanding 2012 outdoor track & field campaign. She began by capturing the ACC Meet Most Valuable Performer award. Wesh contributed on both winning relays and took gold in the 400 dash with a meet record time of 51.43. She was also runner-up to teammate Dezerea Bryant in the 200, thus earning 38 out of a possible 40 points in her four events. She was then named Southeast Region Outdoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year by the USTFCCCA in June, and finally ACC Women’s Outdoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year following All-America performances in two events at the national championship meet in Des Moines. Bryant USA Junior Champion in 100 Dash Dezerea Bryant became the first Clemson athlete since Todd Matthews in 1998 to win an individual event at the USA Junior Track & Field Championships when she won the 100-meter dash on June 16. The freshman out of Wisconsin ran 11.38 in the prelims and 11.43 in the final. She also finished runner-up in the 200 dash. Bryant went on to compete at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain. She won a second career gold medal with the 4x100 relay (she previously did in 2010), and took home a bronze medal in the 200 dash as well. Bryant Named ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year Dezerea Bryant won ACC titles in the 100 dash and 200 dash as a rookie en route to earning ACC Outdoor Freshmanof-the-Year honors in 2012. She was the third Tiger female to win the award, joining Erin Nett in 1999 and Stormy Kendrick in 2010. Bryant also helped the 4x100 relay to its third straight gold medal at the ACC Outdoor Championships in Charlottesville, VA. The native of Milwaukee, WI was the first Clemson female to sweep ACC Freshman-of-the-Year honors. She was also the first female in school history to earn indoor All-America status in the 60 and 200 in the same season. Adams Advances to Outdoor National Final, Earns Bronze Clemson junior Spencer Adams completed an outstanding junior season on the track in June at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. The Charlotte, NC native ran a personal best 13.38 in the 100-meter hurdles to advance to his first national outdoor final. Then, in the final, he ran against a headwind in lane eight and posted a time of 13.73 and career-best thirdplace effort. The bronze medal finish was the highest by any male Clemson hurdler since Todd Matthews was second in 2002. Adams was a first-team All-American both indoor and outdoor in 2012, also Clemson’s first to accomplish the double in the men’s high hurdles since Matthews. Kulik a Standout On and Off the Track Alyssa Kulik became the first female in Clemson women’s track & field history to win the 3000-meter steeplechase. She dominated the field en route to a meet, facility and school record time of 9:52.90 on Friday, April 20. Kulik’s time was an “A” standard qualifying mark for the U.S. Olympic Trials as well. Kulik finished her career two-time All-ACC in the event, after a runner-up performance in 2011. She finished just outside the cutoff mark in the prelims at the Olympic Trials. It was a banner year for Kulik academically as well. She was one of four Clemson recipients of the ACC’s WeaverJames-Corrigan postgraduate scholarship. She also received a winter sports postgraduate scholarship from the NCAA. She was a Capital One Academic All-District selection. In

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2011-12 OUTDOOR SEASON REVIEW in 2012 when Chris Slate advanced on time (1:48.86) out of the NCAA East Preliminary Round. In his final attempt, he qualified for his first national championship meet. Slate had a decorated career, earning all-conference status in the 800 meters each of his last two indoor and outdoor seasons. Slate produced a personal best 1:48.30 in a third-place finish at the ACC Outdoor Championships in Charlottesville. Prior to Slate, Clemson’s most recent male athlete to be four-time All-ACC in the 800 was also Gill in 1998-99. Women’s 4x100 Relay Earns Best Finish in Program History Clemson’s 4x100-meter relay finished third at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, the best finish in Tiger women’s track & field history. The previous best was fourth place on two occasions, 2001 and 2010. The bronze medal showing by the Clemson women came after the team of Stormy Kendrick, Marlena Wesh, Dezerea Bryant and Jasmine Edgerson combined to a time of 43.52. The group broke the school record by running 43.43 in the semifinals in Des Moines. Clemson’s Best NCAA Women’s 4x100 Relay Performances Event Year Result Time 4x100 2012 3rd 43.52 2001 4th 44.19 2010 4th 44.12 1991 5th 44.39

Keni Harrison May, she received undergraduate degrees from Clemson in modern languages and psychology. She was then named the ACC’s Outdoor Scholar-Athlete of the Year in late June by the conference office. Sinkler Among Most Decorated in Clemson History April Sinkler is one of the most decorated athletes in women’s track & field history at Clemson. She concluded her career with eight individual ACC titles, third-most in school history. Only Kim Graham and Jamine Moton had more in their careers, and both are members of the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame. Sinkler was a late entry into the high jump at the ACC meet, but won the event without any training in the calendar year. It was her third high jump title at the ACC Outdoor Championships, a first in the league since former Georgia Tech great Chaunte Howard did it in the 2000s. She also finished all-conference in the long jump and triple jump, giving her 14 over her career with the Tigers. That figure also is third in school history. Sinkler also went on to earn first-team All-America status in the triple jump, making her a seven-time All-American in her Clemson career. That is second in program history, trailing only the 10 earned by Shekera Weston from 19972001. Most All-America Honors by Clemson Females Name Ind Out Total Years Shekera Weston 3 7 10 1997-2001 April Sinkler 3 4 7 2008-12 Gisele Oliveira 1 5 6 2002-05 Jamine Moton 4 2 6 1998-2002 Tina Krebs 3 3 6 1983-87 Most ACC Championships by Clemson Females Name Total Indiv. Years Kim Graham 15 10 1991-93 Jamine Moton 13 13 1998-02 April Sinkler 8 8 2008-12 Most All-ACC Performances by Clemson Females Name Total Indiv. Years Kim Graham 18 12 1991-93 Jamine Moton 17 17 1998-02 April Sinkler 14 14 2008-12 Slate First Tiger to Compete in 800 at NCAAs since 1999 Clemson’s most recent 800-meter qualifier for the NCAA Championships was Davidson Gill in 1999. That all changed

Rollins, Owens Establish Clemson Firsts In its entire Clemson women’s outdoor track & field history, the Tigers had never produced two of the top three finishers in the same event. That changed in 2012 when Brianna Rollins was runner-up and Bridgette Owens took third place in the women’s 100-meter hurdles. It has happened in Clemson women’s indoor history on two occasions, first in the 1500 Meters meters in 1985 and this past winter in the 100 hurdles. The closest any duo had ever come to scoring in the same event at the NCAA Outdoor Championships for Clemson was in the triple jump in 2002. Gisele Oliveira, a freshman, finished seventh overall in her first outdoor national meet. Sheri Smith placed ninth, giving Clemson a pair of AllAmericans for the event, but only one scorer. Rollins and Owens had the top two semifinal times, but like the 2012 indoor season, both were edged out by Ohio State’s Christina Manning at the finish line. Fraser, Wesh Compete at London Olympic Games Warren Fraser and Marlena Wesh will return for their senior seasons with Olympic experience. Fraser hit the A standard for the London Games when he ran 10.18 in the 100 dash prelims at the NCAA Championships in June. He ran for his native Bahamas in the Olympics, clocking 10.27 in the preliminary round in London. Wesh represented Haiti, her parents’ home country, and finished 19th overall as a semifinalist in the 400 dash. She hit the qualifying time in the ACC final, running a meet record and personal best 51.43. Former Tiger Kitchens Qualifies for U.S. Olympic Team At 29 years of age, former Clemson standout George Kitchens realized his dream and qualified for Team USA in the long jump. He finished third at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, OR on June 24 with a personal best, Olympic A standard jump of 26’11”. He joined Patricia Mamona as a former Clemson track & field athlete to qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games. Mamona, two-time NCAA champion for the Tigers, qualified in the triple jump with an A standard from 2011. She bested that personal best with a Portuguese record leap of 14.52 meters in a runner-up finish at the 2012 European Championships in Helsinki, Finland. Five Tigers Medal at NACAC U23 Championships Clemson’s Alyssa Kulik and Brianna Rollins won gold medals for Team USA to headline five Tigers competing July 6-8 in Guanajuato, Mexico at the NACAC U23 Championships. Kulik won the steeplechase, while Rollins won the top prize in the 100 hurdles. The individual gold medals were the first won by any member of the Tiger track & field program in the 12-year history of the NACAC meet. In addition to those two performances, three other Tiger athletes secured medals in competition. Marlena Wesh took silver in the 400-meter dash while running for Haiti, where

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WOMEN’S OUTDOOR HONORS USTFCCCA All-Americans Name Event Mark Brianna Rollins 100 Hurdles 12.91 Bridgette Owens 100 Hurdles 13.10 Kendrick, Wesh 4x100 Relay 43.52 Bryant, Edgerson Marlena Wesh 400 Dash 52.13 April Sinkler Triple Jump 44’4” Alyssa Kulik Steeplechase 10:07.54 Monique Gracia 100 Hurdles 13.07 Keni Harrison 100 Hurdles 13.12 Dezerea Bryant 200 Dash 23.08 Keni Harrison 400 Hurdles 58.03 ACC Champions Name Event Mark Dezerea Bryant 100 Dash 11.29 Dezerea Bryant 200 Dash 23.05 Marlena Wesh 400 Dash 51.43 Alyssa Kulik Steeplechase 9:52.90 Bridgette Owens 100 Hurdles 13.03 Keni Harrison 400 Hurdles 57.33 Owens, Wesh 4x100 Relay 43.58 Bryant, Edgerson Fluker, Pringley 4x400 Relay 3:33.68 Harrison, Wesh April Sinkler High Jump 5’11.5”

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All-ACC Performers Name Event Mark Place Jasmine Edgerson 100 Dash 11.39 2nd Marlena Wesh 200 Dash 23.06 2nd Monique Gracia 100 Hurdles 13.32 2nd Keni Harrison 100 Hurdles 13.33 3rd Christy Gasparino Pole Vault 13’1.5” 3rd April Sinkler Long Jump 20’5.75” 2nd April Sinkler Triple Jump 43’5” 2nd Whitney Fountain Heptathlon 5,145 pts 2nd IAAF World Junior Champion Name Event Mark Dezerea Bryant 4x100 Relay 43.89 Name Dezerea Bryant

USA Junior Champion Event Mark 100 Dash 11.43

NACAC Under-23 Champions Name Event Mark Brianna Rollins 100 Hurdles 12.60 (w) Alyssa Kulik Steeplechase 10:21.04

she owns a dual citizenship. Wesh ran 51.23, two tenths faster than her personal collegiate best. Warren Fraser also won a silver medal after helping the Bahamian 4x100 relay to a runner-up finish. Fraser was sixth in the 100 dash as well. A third medalist was Jasmine Brunson, who won bronze for Bermuda in the triple jump.

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50 60 Hurdles Auto. Qualifying: 6.60 Justin Murdock 6.68 Warren Fraser 6.74 Jameel Abdul-Mateen 6.92

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200 Dash Auto. Qualifying: 21.13 Warren Fraser 21.71 Justin Murdock 21.76

ACC NB

300 Dash 34.24 34.51 36.13

Justin Murdock Warren Fraser Marcus Maxey

400 Dash Auto. Qualifying: 46.60 Jaron Roberson 48.05 Spencer Adams 49.31 Elijah Britton 49.85 La’Mont Jackson Ryan Mangone Spencer Adams

500 Dash 1:04.59 1:04.64 1:04.99

800 Meters Auto. Qualifying: 1:48.20 Chris Slate 1:49.50 Nathan Hendershot 1:52.99 Ryan Mangone 1:53.38 1000m 2:27.62 2:28.53 2:36.27 Mile Auto. Qualifying: 3:59.70 Aaron Ramirez 4:07.55 Ty McCormack 4:10.65 Martin Maloney 4:13.84 Nathan Hendershot Chris Slate Tim Tyler

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Marcus Brown

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3000 Meters Auto. Qualifying: 7:55.00 Ty McCormack 8:15.60 Aaron Ramirez 8:33.43 Martin Maloney 8:38.54

VT VT VT

5000 Meters Auto. Qualifying: 13:48.40 Ty McCormack 14:15.54 James Dwyer 15:02.42

NB CL TP

60 Hurdles Auto. Qualifying: 7.70 Spencer Adams 7.60 Marcus Maxey 7.82 Charlton Rolle 8.01 4x400 Relay Auto. Qualifying: 3:08.90 Britton, Murdock 3:13.11 Adams, Jackson Distance Medley Relay Auto. Qualifying: 9:34.00 Ramirez, Mangone 9:48.05 Slate, McCormack High Jump Auto. Qualifying: 2.24m/7’4.25” Torian Ware 6’11.75” 2.13m Pole Vault Auto. Qualifying: 5.50m/18’0.5” Jeffrey Willis 14’7.25” 4.45m

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Long Jump Auto. Qualifying: 8.00m/26’3” Jameel Abdul-Mateen 23’11.5” 7.30m C.J. Davidson 23’8.75” 7.23m Will Robinson 22’10.5” 6.97m

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NCAA CL CL

VT

Triple Jump Auto. Qualifying: 16.30/53’3.75” Shai Carpenter 50’6” 15.39m C.J. Davidson 48’8” 14.83m Jameel Abdul-Mateen 47’5.25” 14.46m Shot Put Auto. Qualifying: 19.35m/63’6” Marcus Brown 56’11.5” 17.36m Cory Thalheimer 56’4.5” 17.18m T.J. Christy 52’7.5” 16.04m Weight Throw Auto. Qualifying: 21.50m/70’6.5” Marcus Brown 56’1” 17.11m Cory Thalheimer 50’2.75” 15.31m

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2011-12 MEN’S OUTDOOR PERFORMANCES 100 Dash Warren Fraser 10.18 Justin Murdock 10.31 Jameel Abdul-Mateen 10.65

NCAA BP ACC

200 Dash Warren Fraser 20.85 Justin Murdock 20.98 Jameel Abdul-Mateen 21.94

JC ER JC

Jaron Roberson Justin Murdock La’Mont Jackson

400 Dash 47.47 48.72 48.97

ACC CH JC

4x100 Relay Fraser, Murdock 40.53 Abdul-Mateen, Adams Roberson, Murdock Fraser, Adams Adams, Rolle Maxey, Britton

800 Meters Chris Slate 1:48.30 Aaron Ramirez 1:49.04 Nathan Hendershot 1:49.43

ACC BP CTQ

Aaron Ramirez Chris Slate Martin Maloney

1500 Meters 3:44.97 3:47.60 3:50.08

ACC RR RR

Ty McCormack

Steeplechase 8:50.35

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5000 Meters 14:16.46

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Spencer Adams Marcus Maxey Charlton Rolle

110 Hurdles 13.38 13.74 13.87

NCAA ER JC

400 Hurdles 50.96 53.06 55.08

Spencer Adams Jaron Roberson Elijah Britton

4x400 Relay 3:10.80

Shuttle Hurdle Relay 54.98

Sprint Medley Relay Fraser, Murdock 3:20.82 Roberson, Slate Torian Ware

High Jump 6’11.5” 2.12m

Long Jump Jameel Abdul-Mateen 24’3.75” 7.41m Shai Carpenter 23’0.75” 7.03m C.J. Davidson 22’2.25” 6.76m Shai Carpenter

Triple Jump 51’8.25” 15.75m

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48’11” 14.91m Shot Put 56’9.5” 17.31m 55’10.25” 17.02m 54’4.75” 16.58m Discus Throw 156’10” 47.81m 146’4” 44.61m 144’11” 44.18m Hammer Throw 169’6” 51.67m

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60 Hurdles Auto. Qualifying: 7.23 Stormy Kendrick 7.22! Dezerea Bryant 7.25 Jasmine Edgerson 7.27 200 Dash Auto. Qualifying: 23.62 Dezerea Bryant 23.26^ Marlena Wesh 23.51^ Stormy Kendrick 23.66 Dezerea Bryant Stormy Kendrick Jasmine Edgerson

300 Dash 37.90 38.62 39.25

400 Dash Auto. Qualifying: 53.30 Marlena Wesh 52.21! Nia Fluker 54.77 Sonni Austin 55.40 Marlena Wesh Nia Fluker Keni Harrison

500 Dash 1:11.82 1:12.25 1:14.70

800 Meters Auto. Qualifying: 2:05.50 Brianna Blanton 2:11.77 Alyssa Henshaw 2:20.30 Whitney Fountain 2:23.08 Alyssa Kulik Taylor Miller

1000m 2:52.46 3:03.96

Mile Auto. Qualifying: 4:38.90 Alyssa Kulik 4:40.97 Natalie Anthony 4:57.22 Kim Ruck 4:57.28

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Triple Jump Auto. Qualifying: 13.30m/43’7.75” Jasmine Brunson 43’3.75” 13.19m

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Shot Put Auto. Qualifying: 16.90m/55’5.5” Brittney Waller 42’0” 12.80m Karine Farias 38’2.25” 11.64m Whitney Fountain 31’8.75” 9.67m Weight Throw Auto. Qualifying: 21.00m/68’10.75” Brittney Waller 66’10” 20.37m Ava Bell 51’7” 15.72m

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Pentathlon Auto. Qualifying: 4,150 pts Whitney Fountain 3,584 pts

3000 Meters Auto. Qualifying: 9:13.00 Kim Ruck 9:29.65 Natalie Anthony 9:34.63 Alyssa Kulik 9:35.67

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5000 Meters Auto. Qualifying: 16:02.00 Kim Ruck 16:34.18 Cara Talty 17:19.93 Kate Borowicz 18:22.57

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60 Hurdles Auto. Qualifying: 8.10 Brianna Rollins 7.93 Bridgette Owens 7.95 Keni Harrison 8.20 4x400 Relay Auto. Qualifying: 3:36.80 Harrison, Rollins 3:34.97^ Fluker, Wesh Distance Medley Relay Auto. Qualifying: 11:09.40 Anthony, Austin 11:28.89 Blanton, Kulik High Jump Auto. Qualifying: 1.85m/6’0.75” Whitney Fountain 5’1” 1.55 Dash Pole Vault Auto. Qualifying: 4.30m/14’1.25” Lauren Terstappen 13’2.5” 4.03m Christy Gasparino 13’1.75” 4.01m Caroline Bond 12’6” 3.81m

Sonni Austin

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Long Jump Auto. Qualifying: 6.45m/21’2” Jasmine Brunson 19’10.25” 6.05m

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Karine Farias Whitney Fountain Brittney Waller

Discus Throw 163’5” 49.80m

Brittney Waller Ava Bell

Hammer Throw 180’7” 55.04m 147’5” 44.93m

Karine Farias Whitney Fountain

Brittney Waller Dezerea Bryant Jasmine Edgerson Monique Gracia

100 Dash 11.29 11.39 11.49

Dezerea Bryant Marlena Wesh Jasmine Edgerson

200 Dash 22.97 23.06 23.26

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Marlena Wesh Nia Fluker Brittany Pringley

ACC ACC ACC

Alyssa Kulik Brianna Blanton Nia Fluker

800 Meters 2:10.50 2:12.16 2:12.30

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Alyssa Kulik Natalie Anthony Kim Ruck

1500 Meters 4:22.75 4:25.14 4:28.70

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Steeplechase 9:52.90

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Kendrick, Wesh Bryant, Edgerson Wesh, Bryant Owens, Edgerson Pringley, Bryant Fountain, Wesh

400 Dash 51.43 53.48 53.77

Natalie Anthony Kim Ruck Cara Talty

Whitney Fountain

5000 Meters 16:16.27 16:16.67 17:20.53

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10,000 Meters 34:27.77

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100 Hurdles 12.70 12.71 13.00

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400 Hurdles 56.72 58.82 59.56

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4x100 Relay 43.43

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4x200 Relay 1:33.92

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High Jump 5’11.5” 1.82m 5’4.25” 1.63m

Christy Gasparino Lauren Terstappen Caroline Bond

Pole Vault 13’5.25” 4.10m 13’4.25” 4.07m 12’6” 3.81m

April Sinkler Jasmine Brunson Whitney Fountain

Long Jump 20’5.75” 6.24m 19’6.75” 5.96m 19’3.25” 5.87m

April Sinkler Jasmine Brunson

Triple Jump 44’4” 13.51m 42’11” 13.08m

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Heptathlon 5,154 pts

Key Charlotte 49er Classic UCF Invitational Jim Click Invitational Raleigh Relays Florida Relays ACC Championships Penn Relays Bob Pollock Invitational Lynchburg Multi-Event Open Clemson Tiger Qualifier NCAA East Preliminary Round NCAA Championships USA Jr Championships U.S. Olympic Trials

LM 3/16-17 3/23-24 3/30-31 3/30-31 4/6-7 4/19-21 4/26-28 5/5 5/8-9 5/11-12 5/24-26 6/6-9 6/15-17 6/22-7/1

Note: (w) denotes wind-aided performance. FL

ACC LM

ER JC BP

ACC BP BP

NCAA UCF

Caroline Bond


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17 - First-Team All-Americans

3 - ACC Championships Most Valuable Performers

April Sinkler

Marlena Wesh

5 - USA Junior, IAAF World Junior & NACAC U23 Medalists

14 - ACC Individual Champions

Dezerea Bryant, Marlena Wesh, Warren Fraser, Jasmine Brunson, Brianna Rollins

Spencer Adams

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CLEMSON RECORDS & HISTORY

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2012 USTFCCCA Hall of Fame Inductee BOB POLLOCK • Coached the Clemson men’s track & field program from 1988-2008 • Led the Tigers to 21 ACC Championships (11 indoor, nine outdoor and one cross country); total is still second-most in ACC men’s track & field history • 1992 National Coach-of-the-Year after leading Clemson to runner-up indoor finish • Mentored nearly 200 All-Americans, including 13 National Champions • Coached 18 Olympians • Posthumously inducted into the Clemson Hall of Fame in 2010

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NCAA CHAMPIONS

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INDIVIDUAL & RELAY NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1993

Wesley Russell Indoor 400 Dash

1992

Indoor 200 Dash

1989

Dave Wittman Indoor 4x800 Relay

MEN 1999

Charles Allen Indoor 4x400 Relay

James Trapp

3:07.80

1998 2000

Shawn Crawford Indoor 200 Dash Indoor 200 Dash Outdoor 200 Dash

2009

Indoor 60 Dash

1999

Kenny Franklin Indoor 4x400 Relay

1999

Davidson Gill Indoor 4x400 Relay

1989

Philip Greyling Indoor 4x800 Relay

7:17.45

1992 1993

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

6.08 6.15 10.09

1989

Terrance Herrington Indoor 4x800 Relay

2011

Miller Moss Indoor Heptathlon

20.69 20.26 20.09

45.92

Jacoby Ford

20.66 7:17.45

WOMEN 6.52 2001

Michelle Burgher Outdoor 4x400 Relay

3:29.97

2001

LaShonda Cutchin Outdoor 4x400 Relay (alternate)

3:29.97

1983 1985 1986

Tina Krebs Indoor 1000 Yard Run Indoor 1500 Meters Indoor Mile

2:28.58 4:17.45 4:40.82

2010 2011

Patricia Mamona Outdoor Triple Jump Outdoor Triple Jump

2001

Cydonie Mothersill Indoor 200 Dash Outdoor 4x400 Relay

2002

Hammer Throw

46.11 3:07.80

2005

Gisele Oliveira Indoor Triple Jump

45’1.75”/13.76m

6.56

2011

Brianna Rollins Indoor 60 Hurdles

7.96

7:17.45

2001

Marcia Smith Outdoor 4x400 Relay

3:29.97

13.32

2001

Shekera Weston Outdoor 4x400 Relay

3:29.97

3:07.80 3:07.80

7:17.45

45’11.75”/14.01m 46’1.25”/14.05m 22.89 3:29.97

Jamine Moton

5,986 pts

220’6”/67.20m

Ato Modibo 1999

Indoor 400 Dash Indoor 4x400 Relay

2007

Indoor 60 Dash

1989

Mike Radziwinski Indoor 4x800 Relay

1995

Duane Ross Outdoor 110 Hurdles

Travis Padgett

Duane Ross

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OLYMPIC TRADITION

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CLEMSON MEDALISTS IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES MICHELLE BURGHER Silver, 4x400 (2000) • Bronze, 4x400 (2004)

SHAWN CRAWFORD Gold, 200 (2004) Silver, 4x100 (2004) Bronze, 200 (2008)

CARLTON CHAMBERS Gold, 4x100 (1996)

KIM GRAHAM Gold, 4x100 (1996)

DWIGHT THOMAS Gold, 4x100 (2008)

MARK MCKOY Gold, 110 Hurdles (1992)

DESAI WILLIAMS Bronze, 4x100 (1984)

Charles Allen 2000, Guyana • 2004, Canada

Michelle Burgher 2000, 04, Jamaica

Carlton Chambers 1996, Canada

Shawn Crawford 2004, 08, United States

Cormac Finnerty 1996, Ireland

Warren Fraser 2012, Bahamas

Kim Graham 1996, United States

Michael Green 1992, 96, Jamaica

Jacey Harper 2000, 04, Trinidad & Tobago

Terrance Herrington 1992, United States

Stijn Jaspers 1984, Netherlands

George Kitchens 2012, United States

Anthony Knight 1992, Jamaica

Hans Koeleman 1984, Netherlands

Itay Magidi 2008, Israel

Patricia Mamona 2012, Portugal

Todd Matthews 2004, Sudan

Mark McKoy 1992, Canada

Cowin Mills 2008, Trinidad & Tobago

Ato Modibo 2000, 04, 08, Trinidad & Tobago

Cydonie Mothersill 2000, 04, 08, 12, 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

Marlena Wesh 2012, Haiti

Desai Williams 1984, 88, Canada

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MEN’S ALL-AMERICANS

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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

INDOOR Name Hans Koeleman Hans Koeleman Wybo Lelieveld Wybo Lelieveld Victor Smalls Greg Moses Mike Spiritoso Yehezkel Halifa Wittman, Greyling, Radziwinski, Herrington Yehezkel Halifa Dov Kremer Greg Moses James Trapp Greyling, Hines, Wittman, Beecher James Trapp Larry Ryans Michael Green James Trapp James Trapp Anthony Knight Larry Ryans Wesley Russell Andrew Beecher Cormac Finnerty Michael Green Wesley Russell Cormac Finnerty Duane Ross Francis, Oliver, Richards, Roach Kendrick Roach Duane Ross Duane Ross Tony Wheeler Clarence Richards Gill, Richards, Francis, Oliver, Wheeler John Thorp Jeremichael Willliams Shawn Crawford Jeremichael Williams Greg Hines Allen, Gill, Haynes, Franklin Ato Modibo Sultan Tucker Shawn Crawford Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo Shawn Crawford Shawn Crawford Sultan Tucker Sultan Tucker Todd Matthews Doug Ameigh Todd Matthews Ato Modibo Dwight Thomas Bolling, Cheney, Harper, Spain Larry Griffin Terrance McDaniel Roy Cheney George Kitchens George Kitchens Mitch Greeley Brent Hobbs Travis Padgett Jacoby Ford Jason Bell Ryan Koontz Travis Padgett C.J. Spiller Mitch Greeley Jacoby Ford

Event Mile 2 Mile 1000 yd Mile High Jump 55 Dash Shot Put 3000 Meters 4x800 Relay

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

5000 Meters 5000 Meters 55 Dash 55 Dash 4x800 Relay 55 Dash 55 Hurdles 55 Dash 55 Dash 200 Dash 55 Hurdles 55 Hurdles 400 Dash 800 Meters 3000 Meters 55 Dash 400 Dash 3000 Meters 55 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 800 Meters 55 Hurdles 55 Hurdles 200 Dash 400 Dash 4x400 Relay High Jump 55 Hurdles 200 Dash 55 Hurdles 55 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 400 Dash 60 Hurdles 200 Dash 4x400 Relay 60 Dash 200 Dash 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles High Jump 60 Hurdles 400 Dash 60 Dash 4x400 Relay 60 Dash High Jump 60 Hurdles Long Jump Long Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon 60 Dash 60 Dash Triple Jump Heptathlon 60 Dash 60 Dash Pole Vault 60 Dash

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

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

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

Note: First-Team All-Americans only.

2010 2011 2012

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60 Hurdles Heptathlon Heptathlon 60 Dash 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles

Travis Padgett

8th 8th 1st 14th 15th 5th

7.90 5,638 pts 5,986 pts 6.73 7.89 7.60


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) 100 Dash Mike Hartle (USTFF) Javelin Desai Williams 200 Dash Williams, Toatley, Sharpe, Davis 4x100 Relay Julius Ogaro Steeplechase Hans Koeleman Steeplechase Mike Hartle Javelin Jack Harkness Discus Mike Hartle Javelin Jim Haughey 5000 Meters Jim Haughey 5000 Meters Wybo Lelieveld 1500 Meters Victor Smalls High Jump Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Victor Smalls High Jump Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Terrance Herrington 1500 Meters Yehezkel Halifa 10,000 Meters Terrance Herrington 800 Meters Dov Kremer 5000 Meters Terrance Herrington 1500 Meters Philip Greyling 1500 Meters Dov Kremer 5000 Meters James Trapp 100 Dash Philip Greyling 1500 Meters Larry Ryans 110 Hurdles Thomas, Green, Ryans, Trapp 4x100 Relay James Trapp 100 Dash Michael Green 100 Dash James Trapp 100 Dash James Trapp 200 Dash Wheatley, Russell, Gilbert, Trapp 4x100 Relay Cormac Finnerty 5000 Meters Michael Green 100 Dash Cormac Finnerty 5000 Meters Anthony Knight 110 Hurdles Duane Ross 110 Hurdles Wheatley, Oliver, Gilbert, Green 4x100 Relay Mitchel Francis 400 Hurdles Tony Wheeler 200 Dash Larry Ryans 110 Hurdles Duane Ross 110 Hurdles Duane Ross 110 Hurdles Tony Wheeler 200 Dash John Thorp High Jump Mitchel Francis 400 Hurdles Ross, Wheeler, Chambers, Oliver 4x100 Relay Tony Wheeler 200 Dash Carlton Chambers 200 Dash Carlton Chambers 100 Dash Jeremichael Williams 110 Hurdles Hines, Thomas, Wheeler, Haynes 4x400 Relay Wheeler, Williams, Chambers, 4x100 Relay Allen, Franklin Carlton Chambers 100 Dash Jeremichael Williams 110 Hurdles Chambers, Crawford, 4x100 Relay Williams, Franklin Greg Hines 400 Hurdles Aaron Haynes 400 Hurdles Shawn Crawford 100 Dash

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

50.46 51.72 10.56

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Shawn Crawford 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 Miller Moss Justin Murdock (2nd) Spencer Adams (2nd) Fraser, Murdock, Jackson, Adams (2nd) Spencer Adams Warren Fraser (2nd)

200 Dash 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 200 Dash 800 Meters Long Jump 400 Dash 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 100 Dash 200 Dash 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles Decathlon 110 Hurdles 400 Dash 110 Hurdles 100 Dash 200 Dash 4x100 Relay Steeplechase Long Jump Long Jump 100 Dash 400 Hurdles Steeplechase 100 Dash Triple Jump Decathlon 100 Dash 4x100 Relay Pole Vault 100 Dash 100 Dash 10,000 Meters 100 Dash 4x100 Relay Decathlon 100 Dash 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 110 Hurdles 100 Dash

3rd 20.74 4th 13.76 7th 13.80 6th 20.75 8th 1:49.95 8th 25’7.25” 5th 45.37 5th 39.63 8th 3:05.05-semi 6th 10.26 1st 20.09 3rd 13.57 7th 51.06 7th 7,498 pts 9th 13.83 8th 46.82 2nd 13.53 2nd 10.29 2nd 20.60 2nd 38.82 8th 8:36.92 10th 24’9.75” 8th 25’4.5” 5th 10.38 9th 50.24 7th 8:34.12 4th 10.24 6th 51’11.75” 7th 7,284 pts 3rd 10.09 7th 40.07 4th 17’6.5” 2nd 10.16 5th 10.33 16th 29:50.51 9th 14.34 3rd 38.77 3rd 7,996 pts 12th 10.38 10th 13.62 12th 39.50 3rd 13.73 13th 10.18


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60 INDOOR 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

Event 3000 (AIAW) 1000 yd 1500 Meters 1500 Meters Mile 55 Dash Long Jump 800 Meters 800 Meters Triple Jump 200 Dash Long Jump Long Jump 3000 Meters Long Jump 200 Dash 55 Hurdles 4x400 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

60 Hurdles 400 Dash 200 Dash Shot Put Weight Throw 4x400 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 4x400 Relay

8th 2nd 7th 8th

53’8.26” 73’10” 42’5.5” 3:34.94

Triple Jump Weight Throw Pentathlon 5000 Meters 60 Hurdles 4x400 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

WOMEN’S ALL-AMERICA LEADERS Name Shekera Weston April Sinkler Gisele Oliveira Jamine Moton Tina Krebs Brianna Rollins Nikkie Bouyer Kim Graham Jasmine Edgerson Marlena Wesh Cydonie Mothersill Lisa Dillard Dezerea Bryant Michaylin Golladay Patricia Mamona Liane Weber Michelle Burgher Mareike Ressing Tonya McKelvey

Years 1997-99, 2001 2008-12 2002-05 1998-99, 2001-02 1983, 1985-87 2009-Present 1996, 1998-99 1991-93 2009-Present 2010-Present 2001 1989-91 2011-Present 2007-11 2007-11 2007-11 2001 1991-93, 1995 1991-93

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

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

Total 10 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Note: First-Team All-Americans only; Bold denotes current student-athlete. 2011 2012

Brianna Rollins Marlena Wesh April Sinkler Jasmine Edgerson (2nd) Stormy Kendrick (2nd) Stormy Kendrick (2nd) April Sinkler (2nd) Brittney Waller (2nd) Brianna Rollins Bridgette Owens Marlena Wesh Dezerea Bryant Dezerea Bryant Jasmine Brunson Jasmine Edgerson (2nd) Stormy Kendrick (2nd) Keni Harrison (2nd)

Cydonie Mothersill ClemsonTigers.com

60 Hurdles 400 Dash Triple Jump 60 Hurdles 60 Dash 200 Dash Long Jump Weight Throw 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 400 Dash 60 Dash 200 Dash Triple Jump 60 Dash 60 Dash 60 Hurdles

1st 8th 2nd 16th 13th 11th 10th 12th 2nd 3rd 5th 6th 7th 8th 12th 13th 14th

7.96 1:07.89 44’2” 8.65 7.30 23.43 20’1.75” 62’10.75” 7.93 8.03 53.17 7.28 23.36 41’1.75” 7.41 7.42 8.26


WOMEN’S ALL-AMERICANS 2005 2010 2011 2012

2012 4x100 Relay 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 Nikkie Bouyer Shekera Weston Brown, Weston, Cutchin, Bouyer Burgher, Mothersill, Smith, Weston, Cutchin* Shekera Weston Shekera Weston Jamine Moton Murray, Burgher, Weston, Mothersill Jamine Moton Gisele Oliveira Sheri Smith Gisele Oliveira Gisele Oliveira Gisele Oliveira

Gisele Oliveira Patricia Mamona Golladay, Kendrick Scott, Edgerson April Sinkler April Sinkler Patricia Mamona Michaylin Golladay Alyssa Kulik Golladay, Gracia, Morris, Edgerson April Sinkler Liane Weber Bridgette Owens (2nd) April Sinkler (2nd) April Sinkler (2nd) Jasmine Brunson (2nd) Marlena Wesh Alyssa Kulik Brianna Rollins Bridgette Owens Kendrick, Wesh, Bryant, Edgerson April Sinkler Dezerea Bryant (2nd) Monique Gracia (2nd) Keni Harrison (2nd) Keni Harrison (2nd)

Triple Jump Triple Jump 4x100 Relay

2nd 1st 4th

45’0.5” 45’11.75” 44.12

Long Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump 100 Hurdles Steeplechase 4x100 Relay Long Jump Heptathlon 100 Hurdles High Jump Triple Jump Long Jump 400 Dash Steeplechase 100 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 4x100 Relay Triple Jump 200 Dash 100 Hurdles 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles

10th 15th 1st 7th 4th 7th 8th 2nd 12th 15th 14th 15th 6th 7th 2nd 3rd 3rd 6th 12th 9th 11th 13th

20’4.25” 41’9.75” 46’1.25” 13.07 9:57.51 44.51 21’2.75” 5,857 pts 13.21 5’9.25” 41’6.5” 20’3.75” 52.13 10:07.54 12.91 13.10 43.52 44’4” 23.08 13.07 13.12 58.03

Note: * denotes alternate for the event

OUTDOOR Year 1981 1982 1983 1985 1986 1990 1991 1992 1993 1996 1997 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004

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Event 3000 (AIAW) 3000 Meters 800 Meters 3000 Meters 1500 Meters 1500 Meters 10,000 100 Dash 200 Dash Shot Put 4x100 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

200 Dash 3000 Meters 800 Meters 200 Dash 1500 Meters 400 Dash Shot Put Triple Jump 200 Dash 3000 Meters Long Jump 200 Dash Shot Put 4x400 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

400 Hurdles 200 Dash 4x100 Relay

6th 7th 7th

57.74 23.23 44.03

4x400 Relay

1st

3:29.97

200 Dash 400 Dash Shot Put 4x100 Relay

4th 10th 2nd 4th

23.19 52.92 56’4.75” 44.19

Hammer Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Long Jump Triple Jump

1st 7th 9th 3rd 8th 3rd

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

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MEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS

62 INDOOR - BY EVENT 55 Dash Michael Green 1991, 1992, 1993 James Trapp 1990, 1991, 1992 Doug Thomas 1990 Greg Moses 1986, 1989 60 Hurdles Justin Murdock 2011 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 200 Dash Jacey Harper 2001 Shawn Crawford 1998, 1999, 2000 Tony Wheeler 1995 Michael Green 1992 James Trapp 1992 400 Dash Ato Modibo 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Clarence Richards 1994, 1995 Wesley Russell 1992, 1993 500 Dash Marcus Black 1986 800 Meters 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 1000 Meters Terrance Herrington 1985 Two Mile Hans Koeleman 1981 3000 Meters Itay Magidi 2007 Cormac Finnerty 1992, 1993 Yehezkel Halifa 1988 Peter Van de Kerkhove 1986 Robert Debrouwer 1985 5000 Meters Yehezkel Halifa 1989 Dov Kremer 1989 4x400 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 4x800 Relay Greyling, Hines, Wittman, Beecher 1990 Wittman, Greyling, Radzwinski, Herrington 1989 55 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 60 Hurdles Spencer Adams 2010, 2011, 2012 Roy Cheney 2004 Todd Matthews 2001, 2002 Sultan Tucker 1999, 2000, 2001 High Jump Adam Linkenauger 2004, 2005, 2006 Terrance McDaniel 2003 Doug Ameigh 2002 Malcolm Reynolds 2001 John Thorp 1993, 1995

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

1985 2004, 2005 2005, 2007 2006, 2007, 2008 1999 1987 1991 2010, 2011 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 3000 Meters Victor Smalls High Jump 1986 Greg Moses 55 Dash Marcus Black 500 Dash Peter Van de Kerkhove 3000 Meters 1987 Martin Flynn Mile Terrance Herrington 1000yd Mike Spiritoso Shot Put 1988 Terrance Herrington 800 Meters Yehezkel Halifa 3000 Meters 1989 Greg Moses 55 Dash Terrance Herrington 800 Meters Dave Wittman 800 Meters Philip Greyling Mile Dov Kremer 5000 Meters Yehezkel Halifa 5000 Meters Wittman, Greyling,Radziwinski, Herrington 4x800 Relay 1990 James Trapp 55 Dash Doug Thomas 55 Dash Philip Greyling Mile Greyling, Hines, Wittman, Beecher 4x800 Relay Larry Ryans 55 Hurdles 1991 James Trapp 55 Dash Michael Green 55 Dash Andrew Beecher 800 Meters Anthony Knight 55 Hurdles Larry Ryans 55 Hurdles Mike Neary Weight Throw 1992 Michael Green 55 Dash, 200 Dash James Trapp 55 Dash, 200 Dash Wesley Russell 400 Dash Andrew Beecher 800 Meters Cormac Finnerty 3000 Meters Anthony Knight 55 Hurdles Larry Ryans 55 Hurdles Duane Ross 55 Hurdles 1993 Michael Green 55 Dash Wesley Russell 400 Dash Andrew Beecher 800 Meters Kendrick Roach 800 Meters Cormac Finnerty 3000 Meters Duane Ross 55 Hurdles Larry Ryans 55 Hurdles John Thorp High Jump 1994 Clarence Richards 400 Dash Kendrick Roach 800 Meters Francis, Oliver, Richards, Roach 4x400 Relay

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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 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 2011 Justin Murdock Spencer Adams Miller Moss 2012 Spencer Adams

55 Hurdles 200 Dash 400 Dash 55 Hurdles High Jump 4x400 Relay 55 Hurdles 55 Hurdles 55 Dash, 200 Dash 55 Hurdles 55 Hurdles 200 Dash 400 Dash 4x400 Relay 60 Hurdles Triple Jump 60 Hurdles, 200 Dash 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 400 Dash 4x400 Relay

OUTDOOR - BY EVENT 100 Dash

200 Dash 400 Dash 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles High Jump 60 Hurdles 400 Dash 4x400 Relay 60 Hurdles High Jump 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 4x400 Relay High Jump 60 Hurdles High Jump Long Jump Heptathlon 60 Hurdles High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump 60 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon Heptathlon 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 3000 Meters Triple Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles Pole Vault 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles Heptathlon 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles Heptathlon 60 Hurdles


MEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS Warren Fraser Justin Murdock Jacoby Ford C.J. Spiller Travis Padgett Ronald Richards Tye Hill Airese Currie Dwight Thomas Jacey Harper Shawn Crawford Carlton Chambers Michael Green James Trapp Greg Moses Terrance Toatley 200 Dash Justin Murdock Travis Padgett Ronald Richards Tye Hill Airese Currie Dwight Thomas Jacey Harper Shawn Crawford Kenny Franklin Tony Wheeler Carlton Chambers James Trapp Marcus Black Greg Moses Desai Williams 400 Dash Otto Spain Ato Modibo Shawn Thomas Wesley Russell George Chiles 800 Meters Chris Slate Davidson Gill Andrew Beecher Terrance Herrington 1500 Meters Mike Kauffman Philip Greyling Dave Wittman Terrance Herrington Wybo Lelieveld Steeplechase Itay Magidi Dave Wittman Hans Koeleman Julius Ogaro 5000 Meters Matt Clark Cormac Finnerty Larry Clark Dov Kremer Martin Flynn Rob Debrouer Jim Haughey 10,000 Meters Matt Clark Yehezkel Halifa Jim Haughey 110 Hurdles Spencer Adams Marcus Maxey Charlton Rolle Lydell Perry Todd Matthews Sultan Tucker Jeremichael Williams Greg Hines Duane Ross Larry Ryans Anthony Knight William O’Bannon Kevin Farris Eric Olson 400 Hurdles Scott Kautz Fred Sharpe

2011, 2012 2009, 2011 2007, 2008, 2009 2009 2006, 2007, 2008 2005 2004 2003, 2004 2002 2001 1998, 2000 1996, 1997 1991,1992, 1993 1990, 1991, 1992 1986 1980 2011 2007, 2008 2005 2004 2003, 2004 2002 2001 1998, 1999, 2000 1997, 1998 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 1996 1990, 1992 1986 1985 1980 2003 1999, 2001, 2002 1997 1992 1985 2012 1999 1990, 1992 1985, 1988 1994 1989, 1990 1990 1987, 1989 1983 2003, 2005, 2006 1991 1981 1981

Greg Hines 1995, 1998 Aaron Haynes 1998 Mitchel Francis 1994, 1995 Dion Wafford 1990 4x100 Relay Murdock, Fraser, Jackson, Adams 2011 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 4x400 Relay Murdock, Jackson, Rispress, Moss 2011 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 Pole Vault Xavier Tromp 2010 Mitch Greeley 2006, 2007, 2008 Ryan Lewis 2003 Shot Put Scott Erbach 1991 Mike Spiritoso 1986, 1987

2007 1991, 1992, 1993 1990 1988, 1989 1985, 1986 1985 1982, 1983 2008 1988 1981 2010, 2011, 2012 2012 2010 2004 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 1999, 2001 1996, 1997, 1998 1998 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 1991, 1992, 1993 1985 1985 1985 2005 2000

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63 Javelin Ken Peterson Mike Hartle Van W. Weise Stewart Ralph Roger Collins Discus Jack Harkness Mike Columbus Hammer Zach Berg Decathlon Miller Moss Ryan Koontz Rick Hill Andy Geisler

1985 1980, 1981, 1982 1981 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 1968, 1969, 1970 1982 1975, 1976, 1977 2010 2010, 2011 2006 2003, 2004 2000, 2001

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 100 Dash Desai Williams 200 Dash Williams, Toatley, Sharpe, Davis 4x100 Relay Mike Hartle Javelin 1981 Julius Ogaro Steeplechase Hans Koeleman Steeplechase Jim Haughey 10,000 Meters Mike Hartle Javelin Van W. Weise Javelin 1982 Jim Haughey 5000 Meters Mike Hartle Javelin Jack Harkness Discus 1983 Wybo Lelieveld 1500 Meters Jim Haughey 5000 Meters 1985 Greg Moses 200 Dash Terrance Herrington 800 Meters Rob Debrouwer 5000 Meters Martin Flynn 5000 Meters Victor Smalls High Jump Ken Peterson Javelin 1986 Greg Moses 100 Dash Marcus Black 200 Dash Martin Flynn 5000 Meters Victor Smalls High Jump Mike Spiritoso Shot Put 1987 Terrance Herrington 1500 Meters Mike Spiritoso Shot Put 1988 Terrance Herrington 800 Meters Dov Kremer 5000 Meters Yehezkel Halifa 10,000 Meters 1989 Terrance Herrington 1500 Meters Philip Greyling 1500 Meters Dov Kremer 5000 Meters 1990 James Trapp 100 Dash, 200 Dash Andrew Beecher 800 Meters


MEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS

64 Philip Greyling 1500 Meters Dave Wittman 1500 Meters Larry Clark 5000 Meters Beecher, Wafford, Wittman, Green 4x400 Relay Larry Ryans 110 Hurdles Dion Wafford 400 Hurdles 1991 Michael Green 100 Dash James Trapp 100 Dash Dave Wittman Steeplechase Cormac Finnerty 5000 Meters Thomas, Green, Ryans, Trapp 4x100 Relay Anthony Knight 110 Hurdles Larry Ryans 110 Hurdles Scott Erbach Shot Put 1992 James Trapp 100 Dash, 200 Dash Michael Green 100 Dash Wesley Russell 400 Dash Andrew Beecher 800 Meters Cormac Finnerty 5000 Meters Wheatley, Russell, Gilbert, Trapp 4x100 Relay Thomas, Green, Ryans, Trapp 4x100 Relay Larry Ryans 110 Hurdles Anthony Knight 110 Hurdles Duane Ross 110 Hurdles 1993 Michael Green 100 Dash Andrew Beecher 800 Meters Cormac Finnerty 5000 Meters Anthony Knight 110 Hurdles Duane Ross 110 Hurdles Wheatley, Oliver, Gilbert, Green 4x100 Relay 1994 Tony Wheeler 200 Dash Mike Kauffman 1500 Meters Larry Ryans 110 Hurdles Duane Ross 110 Hurdles Mitchel Francis 400 Hurdles 1995 Tony Wheeler 200 Dash Duane Ross 110 Hurdles Mitchel Francis 400 Hurdles Greg Hines 400 Hurdles Ross, Wheeler, Chambers, Oliver 4x100 Relay Francis, Richards, Thomas, Oliver 4x400 Relay John Thorp High Jump 1996 Carlton Chambers 100 Dash Carlton Chambers 200 Dash Tony Wheeler 200 Dash Jeremichael Williams 110 Hurdles 1997 Carlton Chambers 100 Dash Tony Wheeler 200 Dash Kenny Franklin 200 Dash Shawn Thomas 400 Dash Jeremichael Williams 110 Hurdles Greg Hines 110 Hurdles, 400 Hurdles Aaron Haynes 400 Hurdles Marcus Phillips 400 Hurdles Wheeler, Williams, Chambers, Allen 4x100 Relay Franklin, Wheeler, Chambers, Allen 4x100 Relay Phillips, Thomas, Haynes, Wheeler 4x400 Relay 1998 Shawn Crawford 100 Dash, 200 Dash Kenny Franklin 200 Dash Greg Hines 110 Hurdles Jeremichael Williams 110 Hurdles Aaron Haynes 400 Hurdles Greg Hines 400 Hurdles Chambers, Crawford, Williams, Franklin 4x100 Relay Allen, Gill, Haynes, Franklin 4x400 Relay 1999 Shawn Crawford 200 Dash Ato Modibo 400 Dash Davidson Gill 800 Meters Sultan Tucker 110 Hurdles Todd Matthews 110 Hurdles Allen, Franklin, Moorman,Crawford 4x100 Relay Allen, Franklin, Gill, Modibo 4x400 Relay Kai Maull Long Jump 2000 Shawn Crawford 100 Dash, 200 Dash

Spencer Adams Todd Matthews Fred Sharpe Harper, Crawford, Allen, Moorman Andy Giesler 2001 Jacey Harper Ato Modibo Todd Matthews Sultan Tucker Malcolm Reynolds Andy Geisler 2002 Dwight Thomas Ato Modibo Todd Matthews Currie, Spain, Harper, Thomas Harper, R. Hill, Spain, Modibo 2003 Airese Currie Otto Spain Griffin, T. Hill, Richards, Harper Bolling, Cheney, Harper, Spain Itay Magidi George Kitchens Ryan Lewis Rick Hill 2004 Airese Currie Tye Hill Lydell Perry Griffin, T. Hill, Richards, Currie Adam Linkenauger Terrance McDaniel George Kitchens Rick Hill 2005 Ronald Richards Scott Kautz Itay Magidi George Kitchens Jason Bell 2006 Travis Padgett Cheney, Brown, Padgett, Mills

110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay Decathlon 100 Dash, 200 Dash 400 Dash 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles High Jump Decathlon 100 Dash, 200 Dash 400 Dash 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 100 Dash, 200 Dash 400 Dash 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Steeplechase Long Jump Pole Vault Decathlon 100 Dash, 200 Dash 100 Dash, 200 Dash 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay High Jump High Jump Long Jump Decathlon 100 Dash, 200 Dash 400 Hurdles Steeplechase Long Jump Triple Jump

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100 Dash 4x100 Relay

Itay Magidi Adam Linkenauger Jason Bell Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz 2007 Jacoby Ford Travis Padgett Padgett, Brown, Mills, Spiller Matt Clark George Fields Adam Linkenauger Mitch Greeley 2008 Jacoby Ford Travis Padgett Matt Clark Mitch Greeley 2009 Jacoby Ford Justin Murdock C.J. Spiller Murdock, Spiller, Guy, Ford 2010 Spencer Adams Charlton Rolle Xavier Tromp Josh Fowler Zach Berg Miller Moss 2011 Warren Fraser Justin Murdock Spencer Adams Murdock, Fraser, Jackson, Adams Murdock, Jackson, Rispress, Moss Miller Moss 2012 Warren Fraser Chris Slate Spencer Adams Marcus Maxey

Steeplechase High Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Decathlon 100 Dash 100 Dash, 200 Dash 4x100 Relay 5000 Meters Long Jump High Jump Pole Vault 100 Dash 100 Dash, 200 Dash 10,000 Meters Pole Vault 100 Dash 100 Dash 100 Dash 4x100 Relay 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles Pole Vault Triple Jump Hammer Throw Decathlon 100 Dash 100 Dash, 200 Dash 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Decathlon

Note: Bold denotes current student-athlete.

100 Dash 800 Meters 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles


WOMEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS INDOOR - BY EVENT 55 Dash Simone Tomlinson Gail Prescod Kim Graham Lisa Dillard 60 Dash Dezerea Bryant Jasmine Edgerson Stormy Kendrick Cydonie Mothersill Simone Tomlinson 200 Dash Dezerea Bryant Stormy Kendrick Brianna Rollins Cydonie Mothersill Shenita Wilson Treshell Mayo Samantha Watt Kim Graham Lisa Dillard 400 Dash Marlena Wesh Shekera Weston Shenita Wilson Angel Fleetwood 800 Meters Karen Hartmann Ane Skak Mile Perry Fields Mareike Ressing Tina Krebs 1,000 yard Tina Krebs 1500 Meters Tina Krebs Kirsti Voldness 3000 Meters Mareike Ressing Anne Evans Ute Jamrozy Cindy Duarte 5000 Meters Kim Ruck 55 Hurdles Nikki Bouyer Monyetta Haynesworth Monique Everett Marcia Fletcher 60 Hurdles Keni Harrison Bridgette Owens Brianna Rollins Jasmine Edgerson Michaylin Golladay Nikki Bouyer 4x400 Relay Pringley, Rollins, Austin, Edgerson Ulfarsdottir, Rutherford, Smith, Hinton Burgher, Mothersill, Cutchin, Weston Cutchin, Watt, Bouyer, Weston Weston, Norsworthy, Watt, Wilson High Jump April Sinkler Long Jump April Sinkler Terri Robinson Tonya McKelvey Monyetta Haynesworth Courtney Singleton Marcia Fletcher Triple Jump Jasmine Brunson April Sinkler Patricia Mamona Gisele Oliveira Sheri Smith Nanette Holloway Marcia Fletcher Weight Throw Brittney Waller Della Clark

1995 1992 1991, 1992 1989, 1990, 1991 2012 2012 2011, 2012 2001 1996 2012 2011 2010 2001 1997 1995, 1996 1995 1991, 1992, 1993 1990 2011, 2012 1999 1997 1991, 1992 1992, 1993 1991 2001 1993 1986, 1987 1983 1985 1985 1994 1991 1987 1981 2010 1998 1993 1991, 1992 1989 2012 2012 2010, 2011, 2012 2011 2010 1996, 1999

Jamine Moton Shot Put Jamine Moton Nikki Sims Pentathlon Liane Weber Patricia Mamona

2001, 2002 1999, 2001, 2002 1995, 1996 2007, 2009, 2010 2009

INDOOR - BY YEAR 1981 Cindy Duarte 3000m 1983 Tina Krebs 1000 yd 1985 Tina Krebs 1500 Meters Kirsti Voldness 1500 Meters 1986 Tina Krebs Mile 1987 Ute Jamrozy 3000 Meters Tina Krebs Mile 1989 Lisa Dillard 55 Dash Marcia Fletcher 55 Hurdles 1990 Lisa Dillard 55 Dash, 200 Dash Nanette Hollaway Triple Jump 1991 Kim Graham 55 Dash, 200 Dash Lisa Dillard 55 Dash Angel Fleetwood 400 Dash Ane Skak 800 Meters Anne Evans 3000 Meters Monique Everett 55 Hurdles Marcia Fletcher Long Jump, Triple Jump 1992 Kim Graham 55 Dash, 200 Dash Gail Prescod 55 Dash Angel Fleetwood 400 Dash Karen Hartmann 800 Meters Monique Everett 55 Hurdles Nanette Holloway Triple Jump 1993 Kim Graham 200 Dash Karen Hartmann 800 Meters Mareike Ressing Mile Monyetta Haynesworth 55 Hurdles, Long Jump Courtney Singleton Long Jump Tonya McKelvey Long Jump 1994 Mareike Ressing 3000 Meters Tonya McKelvey Long Jump 1995 Simone Tomlinson 55 Dash Samantha Watt 200 Dash Treshell Mayo 200 Dash Nikki Sims Shot Put

2010 2004 2001 1998 1997

1996 Simone Tomlinson 60 Dash Treshell Mayo 200 Dash Nikkie Bouyer 60 Hurdles Nikki Sims Shot Put 1997 Shenita Wilson 200 Dash, 400 Dash Weston, Norsworthy, Watt, Wilson 4x400 Relay 1998 Nikkie Bouyer 55 Hurdles Cutchin, Watt, Bouyer, Weston 4x400 Relay 1999 Shekera Weston 400 Dash Nikkie Bouyer 60 Hurdles Terri Robinson Long Jump Jamine Moton Shot Put 2001 Cydonie Mothersill 60 Dash, 200 Dash Perry Fields Mile Burgher, Mothersill, Cutchin, Weston 4x400 Relay Jamine Moton Shot Put, Weight Throw 2002 Sheri Smith Triple Jump Jamine Moton Shot Put, Weight Throw 2004 Ulfarsdottir, Rutherford, Smith, Hinton 4x400 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 4x400 Relay Michaylin Golladay 60 Hurdles Brianna Rollins 200 Dash, 60 Hurdles April Sinkler High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Liane Weber Pentathlon 2011 Stormy Kendrick 60 Dash, 200 Dash Marlena Wesh 400 Dash Jasmine Edgerson 60 Hurdles Brianna Rollins 60 Hurdles April Sinkler Long Jump, Triple Jump Brittney Waller Weight Throw 2012 Dezerea Bryant 60 Dash, 200 Dash Jasmine Edgerson 60 Dash Stormy Kendrick 60 Dash Marlena Wesh 400 Dash Keni Harrison 60 Hurdles Bridgette Owens 60 Hurdles Brianna Rollins 60 Hurdles Jasmine Brunson Triple Jump OUTDOOR - BY EVENT

2010 2010, 2011 1999 1993, 1994 1993 1993 1991 2012 2010, 2011 2008, 2009, 2010 2005 2002 1990, 1992 1991 2011 2007

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100m Monique Gracia Stormy Kendrick Kristine Scott Simone Tomlinson Lisa Dillard 200 Dash Dezerea Bryant Stormy Kendrick Kristine Scott Shekera Weston Simone Tomlinson Nikkie Bouyer Treshell Mayo Kim Graham Lisa Dillard 400 Dash Marlena Wesh Shenita Wilson Angel Fleetwood

2012 2010 2010 1998 1990 2012 2010 2009, 2010 1999, 2001 1998 1998 1994, 1995, 1996 1991, 1992, 1993 1990 2012 1996, 1997 1992


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WOMEN’S NCAA PARTICIPANTS 800 Meters Ane Skak 1991 Tina Krebs 1983 1500 Meters Karen Hartmann 1992 Tina Krebs 1984, 1985, 1986 3000 Meters Mareike Ressing 1991, 1993 Judith Shephard 1983, 1984 Stephanie Weikert 1982 Kerry Robinson 1982 Cindy Duarte 1981 Steeplechase Alyssa Kulik 2011, 2012 5000 Meters Judith Shephard 1985 Kerry Robinson 1983 Stephanie Weikert 1983 Jennifer Briscoe 1982 10,000 Meters Kim Ruck 2010 Tina Jenson 1997 K. Friedrichsen 1994 Michelle Scholtz 1990 Ute Jamrozy 1986 100 Hurdles Monique Gracia 2012 Keni Harrison 2012 Brianna Rollins 2012 Bridgette Owens 2011, 2012 Michaylin Golladay 2010, 2011 Polly Hardy 2008 Nikki Bouyer 1996, 1998 400 Hurdles Keni Harrison 2012 Sonni Austin 2011 Christina Smith 2004 Silja Ulfarsdottir 2004, 2005 Nikki Bouyer 1999 Virginia Barnes 1995 4x100 Relay Kendrick, Wesh, Bryant, Edgerson 2012 Golladay, Gracia, Morris, Edgerson 2011 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 4x400 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 April Sinkler 2011 Sharia Clinkscales 1994 Pole Vault Christy Gasparino 2012 Lauren Terstappen 2011 Joana Costa 2003 Long Jump April Sinkler 2010, 2011 Jasmine Brunson 2011 Gisele Oliveira 2003 Tonya McKelvey 1993 Triple Jump April Sinkler 2010, 2011, 2012 Patricia Mamona 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 Gisele Oliveira 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Nanette Holloway 1992 Marcia Fletcher 1991 Shot Put Jamine Moton 2001 Nikki Sims 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Angela Dolby 1990, 1992 Hammer Throw Jamine Moton 2002 Heptathlon Liane Weber 2007, 2010, 2011

Monique Gracia Lauren Nicholson Katja Pettinen

2003 1995

OUTDOOR - BY YEAR 1981 Cindy Duarte 1982 Stephanie Weikert Kerry Robinson Jennifer Briscoe 1983 Tina Krebs Judith Shephard Kerry Robinson Stephanie Weikert 1984 Tina Krebs Judith Shephard 1985 Tina Krebs Judith Shephard 1986 Tina Krebs Ute Jamrozy 1990 Lisa Dillard Michelle Scholtz Dillard, Henderson, Fleetwood, Walton Angela Dolby 1991 Kim Graham Ane Skak Mareike Ressing Dillard, Fleetwood, Graham, Henderson Marcia Fletcher 1992 Kim Graham Angel Fleetwood Karen Hartmann McKelvey, Prescod, Fleetwood, Graham Nanette Holloway Angela Dolby 1993 Kim Graham Mareike Ressing Tonya McKelvey 1994 Treshell Mayo Karen Friedrichsen Sharia Clinkscales Nikki Sims 1995 Treshell Mayo

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3000 Meters 3000 Meters 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 800 Meters 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 5000 Meters 1500 Meters 3000 Meters 1500 Meters 5000 Meters 1500 Meters 10,000 Meters 100m, 200 Dash 10,000 Meters 4x100 Relay Shot Put 200 Dash 800 Meters 3000m 4x100 Relay Triple Jump 200 Dash 400 Dash 1500 Meters 4x100 Relay Triple Jump Shot Put 200 Dash 3000m Long Jump 200 Dash 10,000 Meters High Jump Shot Put 200 Dash

Virginia Barnes 400 Hurdles Nikki Sims Shot Put Katja Pettinen Heptathlon 1996 Treshell Mayo 200 Dash Shenita Wilson 400 Dash Wilson, Watt, Mayo, Bouyer 4x100 Relay Nikki Bouyer 100 Hurdles Nikki Sims Shot Put 1997 Shenita Wilson 400 Dash Tina Jenson 10,000 Meters Wilson, Tomlinson, Watt, Weston 4x100 Relay Wilson, Norsworthy, Watt, Weston 4x400 Relay Nikki Sims Shot Put 1998 Simone Tomlinson 100m, 200 Dash Nikkie Bouyer 200 Dash, 100 Hurdles Robinson, Tomlinson, Bouyer, Weston 4x100 Relay Cutchin, Watt, Bouyer, Weston 4x400 Relay 1999 Shekera Weston 200 Dash Brown, Weston, Cutchin, Bouyer 4x100 Relay Cutchin, Brown, Bouyer, Weston 4x400 Relay Nikkie Bouyer 400 Hurdles 2001 Shekera Weston 200 Dash Murray, Burgher, Weston, Mothersill 4x100 Relay Burgher, Mothersill, Smith, Weston, Cutchin 4x400 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 400 Hurdles Silja Ulfarsdottir 400 Hurdles Ulfarsdottir, Smith, Cousins, Hinton 4x400 Relay Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump 2005 Silja Ulfarsdottir 400 Hurdles Gisele Oliveira Triple Jump 2007 Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Liane Weber Heptathlon 2008 Polly Hardy 100 Hurdles Patricia Mamona Triple Jump 2009 Kristine Scott 200 Dash 2010 Stormy Kendrick 100m, 200 Dash Kristine Scott 100m, 200 Dash Kim Ruck 10,000 Meters Michaylin Golladay 100 Hurdles Golladay, Kendrick, Scott, Edgerson 4x100 Relay April Sinkler Long Jump, Triple Jump Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Liane Weber Heptathlon 2011 Alyssa Kulik Steeplechase Michaylin Golladay 100 Hurdles Bridgette Owens 100 Hurdles Sonni Austin 400 Hurdles Golladay, Gracia, Morris, Edgerson 4x100 Relay April Sinkler High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump Lauren Terstappen Pole Vault Jasmine Brunson Long Jump Patricia Mamona Triple Jump Liane Weber Heptathlon 2012 Monique Gracia 100m, 100 Hurdles Dezerea Bryant 200 Dash Marlena Wesh 400 Dash Alyssa Kulik Steeplechase Keni Harrison 100 Hurdles, 400 Hurdles Bridgette Owens 100 Hurdles Brianna Rollins 100 Hurdles Kendrick, Wesh, Bryant, Edgerson 4x100 Relay Relay Christy Gasparino Pole Vault April Sinkler Triple Jump


MEN’S ACC CHAMPIONS 1955 1959 1960 1962 1963 1964 1967 1970 1972 1973 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1987 1988 1989 1990

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 Hurdles 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 Weight Throw Martin Flynn 2-Mile Paul McCaffrey Mile Terrance Herrington 800 Meters Yehezkel Halifa 5000 Meters Rodney Keasler Long Jump Soggs, Hines, 2-Mile Relay Wittman, Herrington Mike Neary Weight Throw Philip Greyling Mile Philip Greyling 3000 Meters Scott Erbach Shot Put Doug Thomas 55 Dash

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

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Dave Wittman James Trapp @Philip Greyling @Philip Greyling Larry Clark Gichaba, Hines, Beecher, @Greyling Beecher, Wafford, Green, Trapp 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

800 Meters 200 Dash 3000 Meters Mile 5000 Meters 2-Mile Relay

1:53.01 21.03 8:17.13 4:05.85 14:24.05 7:40.06

Mile Relay

3:11.38

55 Dash 55 Dash 55 Hurdles Mile 3000 Meters 2-Mile Relay

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

Shot Put 55 Hurdles 55 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 3000 Meters Mile Pole Vault 55 Hurdles 4x400 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

4x400 Relay

3:14.84

200 Dash 55 Hurdles Pole Vault 60 Dash 3000 Meters Triple Jump 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters Mile 60 Hurdles 4x400 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

7’1.5”

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MEN’S ACC CHAMPION LEADERS 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 4 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.

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012

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 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 Murdock, Moss Rispress, Jackson Miller Moss Spencer Adams

Triple Jump 60 Dash 200 Dash 60 Hurdles 800 Meters 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 60 Hurdles High Jump 4x400 Relay

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

60 Dash 60 Hurdles 200 Dash 400 Dash 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 3000 Meters 60 Dash High Jump Shot Put Heptathlon 5000 Meters High Jump Long Jump High Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon 60 Dash Long Jump 60 Dash Pole Vault 60 Dash 4x400 Relay

6.76 7.81 21.57 47.58 6.76 21.48 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 3:10.47

Heptathlon 60 Hurdles

5,881 pts 7.72


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1956 1959 1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1967 1969 1970 1971 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

OUTDOOR John Steedley 120 Yard Hurdles 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 Hurdles Roger Collins Javelin @Roger Collins Javelin Josh Collins 100 yards Roger Collins Javelin Josh Collins 100 yards Josh Collins 200 yards Mac Copeland 440 Yard Hurdles Ed Fern High Jump Ed Fern High Jump Stewart Ralph Javelin Mike Columbus Discus Ed Fern High Jump Stewart Ralph Javelin Mike Columbus Discus Mike Columbus Discus Mike Columbus Discus Stewart Ralph Javelin Mike Hartle Javelin Desai Williams 100 Dash Desai Williams 200 Dash @Julius Ogaro 5000 Meters @Julius Ogaro 10,000 Meters @Julius Ogaro Steeplechase Hans Koeleman 1500 Meters Mark McKoy 110 Hurdles Hans Koeleman Steeplechase Terrence Toatley 100 Dash C.McSwain, Varn, 4x100 Relay Toatley, R. McSwain Mike Hartle Javelin @Hans Koeleman Steeplechase Jack Harkness Shot Put Jim Haughey 10,000 Meters Terrence Toatley 100 Dash @Hans Koeleman 5000 Meters Jeff Jones Long Jump Jim Haughey 10,000 Meters @Hans Koeleman Steeplechase Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Stijn Jaspers 5000 Meters Stijn Jaspers 10,000 Meters Victor Smalls High Jump @Greg Moses 100 Dash @Greg Moses 200 Dash Martin Flynn 5000 Meters Greg Moses 100 Dash Marcus Black 400 Dash Martin Flynn 1500 Meters Eddie Richardson 400 Hurdles Shelton Boyer Long Jump Victor Smalls High Jump Frank Crossen Javelin Martin Flynn 5000 Meters Marcus Black 400 Dash Mike Spiritoso Shot Put Terrance Herrington 800 Meters Terrance Herrington 1500 Meters Frank Crossen Javelin Yehezkel Halifa 10,000 Meters Dov Kremer 1500 Meters Frank Crossen Javelin Terrance Herrington 1500 Meters Dave Wittman Steeplechase

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” 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 40.86 257’5” 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

Michael Green 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

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 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

Long Jump 10,000 Meters 10,000 Meters 1500 Meters 100 Dash 200 Dash 4x100 Relay

24’11” 29:53.15 29:54.48 3:47.58 10.12 20.61 40.19

4x400 Relay

3:08.02

Pole Vault 4x100 Relay

17’0” 39.14

Steeplechase 1500 Meters 110 Hurdles 100 Dash 800 Meters 100 Dash 200 Dash 800 Meters 5000 Meters 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

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 13.61 39.96

4x400 Relay

3:05.09

Shot Put 4x100 Relay

58’2.5” 39.80

400 Dash 100 Dash 200 Dash Decathlon Javelin 5000 Meters 200 Dash 4x100 Relay

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

1500 Meters 200 Dash 110 Hurdles

3:46.16 20.36 13.89

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1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011

Francis, Thomas, 4x400 Relay Hines, Wheeler Tony Wheeler 400 Dash Eric Lander Decathlon Eric Lander Javelin Matt Helinski Hammer Gill, Thomas, 4x400 Relay Wheeler, Haynes Tony Wheeler 200 Dash Jeremichael Williams 110 Hurdles Williams, Wheeler, 4x100 Relay Franklin, Allen David Hartzler Pole Vault Matt Helinski Hammer Josh Scott Decathlon @Shawn Crawford 100 Dash @Shawn Crawford 200 Dash Jeremichael Williams 110 Hurdles Damian DiCola Javelin Jason Brewer High Jump Chambers, Allen, 4x100 Relay @Crawford, Franklin Ato Modibo 400 Dash Sultan Tucker 110 Hurdles Doug Ameigh High Jump @Shawn Crawford 100 Dash @Shawn Crawford 200 Dash Todd Matthews 110 Hurdles Fred Sharpe 400 Hurdles Harper, @Crawford, 4x100 Relay Allen, Moorman Ryan Lewis Pole Vault Malcolm Reynolds High Jump Andy Giesler Decathlon Jacey Harper 100 Dash Jacey Harper 200 Dash Ato Modibo 400 Dash Todd Matthews 110 Hurdles Jason Meany 5000 Meters Tucker, Modibo, 4x100 Relay Harper, Griffin Andy Giesler Decathlon @Dwight Thomas 100 Dash @Dwight Thomas 200 Dash @Dwight Thomas 110 Hurdles Griffin, Spain, 4x100 Relay Harper, Currie Otto Spain 400 Dash Roy Cheney 110 Hurdles Griffin, Spain, 4x100 Relay T. Hill, Currie Rick Hill Decathlon Tye Hill 100 Dash Michael Bolling 400 Hurdles Griffin, Hill, 4x100 Relay Richards, Currie Adam Linkenauger High Jump George Kitchens Long Jump Rick Hill Decathlon Adam Linkenauger High Jump George Kitchens Long Jump Travis Padgett 100 Dash Adam Linkenauger High Jump Ryan Koontz Decathlon Travis Padgett 100 Dash Matt Clark 10,000 Meters Mills, Porter 4x400 Relay Swaggard, Brown Adam Linkenauger HIgh Jump #Travis Padgett 100 Dash Guy, Brown 4x100 Relay Mills, #T. Padgett Mitch Greeley Pole Vault Jacoby Ford 100 Dash Murdock, Jackson 4x400 Relay Rispress, Moss Alex Padgett Shot Put

3:05.16 45.50 7,615 pts 220’4” 193’9” 3:10.76 20.23 13.76 39.73 16’7.25” 190’1” 7,016 pts 10.18 20.31 13.53 203’6” 6’1.75” 39.65 45.51 13.82 7’1” 10.37 20.54 13.81 50.73 40.19 16’4.75” 6’10.75” 7,254 pts 10.25 20.71 44.87 13.84 14:31.59 40.24 7,619 pts 10.27 20.73 13.74 39.86 46.30 14.15 40.20 7,068 pts 10.52 51.61 39.75 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 7’1.75” 10.17 39.40 17’0.75” 10.28 3:07.17 59’0.75”

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


WOMEN’S ACC CHAMPIONS 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

INDOOR Ute Jamrozy 2 mile Jeannie Burris Shot Put Jeannie Burris Shot Put Lisa Dillard 55 Dash Jeannie Burris Shot Put Lisa Dillard 55 Dash Anne Evans 3000 Meters Angela Dolby Shot Put Angel Fleetwood 400 Dash Kim Graham 55 Dash Kim Graham 200 Dash Ane Skak 800m Monyetta Haynesworth LJ Monique Everett 55 DashH @Kim Graham 55 Dash @Kim Graham 200 Dash Karen Hartmann Mile @Karen Hartmann Mile @Karen Hartmann 800m Kim Graham 200 Dash Mareike Ressing 3000 Meters Kohler, Mayo, Mile Relay Avery, Graham Barnes, Avery, DMR Engel, Ressing Tonya McKelvey LJ Nikki Sims Shot Put Simone Tomlinson 55 Dash Nikki Sims Shot Put Weston, Norsworthy, 4x400 Relay Watt, Wilson Simone Tomlinson 60 Dash Samantha Watt 400 Dash Cutchin, Watt 4x400 Relay Bouyer, Weston Shekera Weston 200 Dash Shekera Weston 400 Dash Erin Nett Pole Vault Jamine Moton Shot Put Joana Costa Pole Vault Cydonie Mothersill 200 Dash Marcia Smith 400 Dash @Jamine Moton Shot Put @Jamine Moton Weight Throw Smith, Cutchin, 4x400 Relay Burgher, Mothersill

Dezerea Bryant

WOMEN’S ACC CHAMPION LEADERS

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

ACC Champions (Indoor and Outdoor Combined) Name Total Ind Years Kim Graham 15 10 1991-93 Jamine Moton 13 13 1998-99, 2001-02 April Sinkler 8 8 2008-12 Lisa Dillard 8 6 1989-91 Gisele Oliveira 7 7 2002-05 Marlena Wesh 7 4 2010-Present Stormy Kendrick 7 3 2009-Present Shekera Weston 7 3 1997-99, 2001 Jeannie Burris 6 6 1987-90 Cydonie Mothersill 6 3 2001 Liane Weber 5 5 2007-11 Dezerea Bryant 5 4 2011-Present Jasmine Edgerson 5 1 2009-Present Angel Fleetwood 5 1 1989-92 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 Brianna Rollins 4 2 2009-Present Michelle Burgher 4 1 2001 Silja Ulfarsdottir 4 1 2002-05 Angela Dolby 3 3 1989-92 Nikkie Bouyer 3 1 1996, 1998-99 Keni Harrison 3 1 2011-Present 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

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

69

Brianna Rollins 2002 2004 2005 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012

Jamine Moton Jamine Moton Silja Ulfarsdottir Hinton, Rutherford, Smith, Ulfarsdottir Gisele Oliveira Gisele Oliveira Lauren Nicholson Gisele Oliveira Liane Weber ^April Sinkler ^April Sinkler Liane Weber Brianna Rollins Kim Ruck Pringley, Rollins Austin, Edgerson ^April Sinkler ^April Sinkler Liane Weber #Stormy Kendrick Marlena Wesh Jasmine Edgerson Rollins, #Kendrick Austin, Wesh Brittney Waller #Dezerea Bryant #Dezerea Bryant Marlena Wesh Brianna Rollins Fluker, Harrison Kendrick, Wesh Jasmine Brunson Brittney Waller

1983 1984 1985 1986

Note: Total includes individual championships plus relay crowns.

Weight Throw Shot Put 200 Dash 4x400 Relay

68’4.5” 51’9.75” 23.96 3:41.08

LJ TJ Pentathlon TJ Pentathlon High Jump Long Jump Pentathlon 200 Dash 5000 Meters 4x400 Relay

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

High Jump Long Jump Pentathlon 60 Dash 400 Dash 60 Hurdles 4x400 Relay

6’0.75” 21’6” 4,262 pts 7.28 53.10 8.17 3:37.26

Weight Throw 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 60 Hurdles 4x400 Relay

64’8.5” 7.25 23.26 53.10 8.07 3:37.81

Triple Jump Weight Throw

43’3.75” 66’10”

OUTDOOR Kerry Robinson 5000 Meters Tina Krebs 800m Tina Krebs 800m Tina Krebs 800m Tina Krebs 800m Elsa Breit 1500m Ute Jamrozy 10,000 Meters

16:02.76 2:02.82 2:02.82 2:05.79 2:05.86 4:23.77 33:32.60

@CUTRACKANDFIELD

Jamine Moton


WOMEN’S ACC CHAMPIONS

70 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Jeannie Burris Discus Jeannie Burris Shot Put Lisa Dillard 100 Dash Lisa Dillard 200 Dash Jeannie Burris Shot Put Helen Rogers 10,000 Meters Lisa Parak Discus Dillard, Henderson, 4x100 Relay Fleetwood, Walton Lisa Dillard 100 Dash Lisa Dillard 200 Dash Angela Dolby Shot Put Lisa Parak Discus Lisa Parak Javelin Ane Skak 400 Hurdles Skak, @Graham, 4x400 Relay Fleetwood, Walton @Kim Graham 200 Dash @Graham, Henderson, 4x100 Relay Fleetwood, Dillard Lisa Parak Discus @Kim Graham 100 Dash @Kim Graham 200 Dash @Graham, Fleetwood, 4x100 Relay Prescod, McKelvey Karen Hartmann 1500m Angela Dolby Shot Put Liz Griesback Javelin Anne Evans 5000 Meters @Kim Graham 100 Dash @Kim Graham 200 Dash @Graham, McKelvey, 4x100 Relay Ketter, Mayo Erika Selby 400 Hurdles

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 1:02.04

1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

3000 Meters Shot Put Shot Put 200 Dash 100 Dash Heptathlon 100 Dash 200 Dash Javelin Shot Put Pole Vault Shot Put Discus 4x100 Relay

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

100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles TJ Discus Shot Put Hammer 4x100 Relay

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

4x400 Relay

3:41.69

Hammer Shot Put TJ 4x400 Relay

206’1” 55’5” 43’10” 3:37.28

TJ

43’5.25”

Angel Fleetwood

2005 2010 2011 2012

Ulfarsdottir, Hinton, Hill, Perry Gisele Oliveira Gisele Oliveira Golladay, Kendrick Scott, Edgerson ^April Sinkler ^April Sinkler Liane Weber #Stormy Kendrick #Stormy Kendrick Marlena Wesh Kim Ruck Golladay, Kendrick Morris, Edgerson ^April Sinkler Liane Weber Dezerea Bryant Dezerea Bryant #Marlena Wesh Alyssa Kulik Bridgette Owens Keni Harrison Owens, #Wesh Bryant, Edgerson Fluker, Pringley Harrison, #Wesh ^April Sinkler

3:40.25

LJ TJ 4x100 Relay

20’8.5” 43’9.75” 44.36

High Jump Long Jump Heptathlon 100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 10,000 Meters 4x100 Relay

5’11.25” 21’0.75” 5,928 pts 11.25 23.09 52.28 33:47.85 44.27

High Jump Heptathlon 100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash Steeplechase 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

5’11.5” 5,463 pts 11.29 23.05 51.43 9:52.90 13.03 57.33 43.58

4x400 Relay

3:33.68

High Jump

5’11.5”

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

Alyssa Kulik ClemsonTigers.com

4x400 Relay


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

Greg Moses Terrance Herrington Dov Kremer Dov Kremer

1989 55 Dash 800 Meters Mile 3000 Meters

6.28 1:49.71 4:09.56 8:12.63

James Trapp Dion Wafford Dennis Hines Dave Wittman Larry Ryans

1990 55 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters Mile 55 Hurdles

6.24 47.62 1:53.64 4:06.38 7.37

Doug Thomas Cormac Finnerty Jorge Pacheco Larry Ryans Jeff Fields

1991 55 Dash 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 55 Hurdles 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 55 Dash 200 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 55 Hurdles 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 200 Dash 800 Meters Mile Mile 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 55 Hurdles

4:10.62 16’0” 56’8”

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 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 400 Dash 55 Hurdles Pole Vault

8:27.37 14:45.10 48.91 7.38 16’8.75”

Davidson Gill Junior Alexander Eric Lander

1995 800 Meters 55 Hurdles Pole Vault

1:54.82 7.60 16’10.75”

Shawn Thomas Tony Wheeler Greg Hines Josh Scott David Hartzler Matt Helinski Carlton Chambers Shawn Thomas Aaron Haynes Esteban Diaz Jeremichael Williams Josh Scott Bryan Williams Kenny Franklin Matt Helinski Matt Helinski Carlton Chambers

1996 400 Dash 400 Dash 55 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put 1997 55 Dash 200 Dash 800 Meters Mile 55 Hurdles High Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw 1998 60 Dash

48.01 48.72 7.54 6’11” 16’7.5” 53’4.25” 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” 6.70

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

71

60 Dash 200 Dash 800 Meters Mile 5000 Meters 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 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”

Jason Bell Adam Linkenauger Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz C.J. Spiller Matt Clark Chris Spear Zach Berg

2008 60 Dash 5000 Meters Pole Vault Weight Throw

Ato Modibo Joe Gibson Todd Matthews Bryan Williams Tony Lloyd

1999 200 Dash 5000 Meters 60 Hurdles High Jump Triple Jump

21.25 14:26.14 7.91 6’10.75” 50’0.75”

Travis Swaggard Travis Swaggard

2009 200 Dash 400 Dash

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

2000 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 60 Hurdles 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”

Justin Murdock Josh Fowler Zach Berg Miller Moss

2010 60 Dash Long Jump Weight Throw Heptathlon

6.72 24’7.75” 66’9.25” 5,699 pts

Chris Slate Spencer Adams Alex Padgett

2011 800 Meters 60 Hurdles Shot Put

1:51.01 7.94 56’7.25”

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

2001 60 Dash 200 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles High Jump Triple Jump

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

Justin Murdock Chris Slate Marcus Maxey Torian Ware Shai Carpenter

2012 60 Dash 800 Meters 60 Hurdles High Jump Triple Jump

6.69 1:50.06 7.89 6’11.75” 50’6”

OUTDOOR 1986 Long Jump High Jump 400 Hurdles

24’11.75” 6’11.75” 51.40

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

2002 60 Dash 60 Dash 800 Meters 5000 Meters 60 Hurdles High Jump

6.77 6.77 1:53.63 14:24.40 7.83 7’3”

George Milton Shelton Boyer Kevin Sykes

1987 High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump

6’9.75” 24’10” 51’7.25”

Terrance Herrington Yekezkel Halifa

1988 1500 Meters 5000 Meters

3:45.53 14:09.05

Jacey Harper Airese Currie Michael Bolling Roy Cheney Terrance McDaniel

2003 60 Dash 60 Dash 400 Dash 60 Hurdles High Jump

6.77 6.79 48.82 8.12 7’1.75”

Ron Richards Tye Hill Ron Richards Roy Cheney George Kitchens Adam Klotzbach Brent Hobbs

2004 60 Dash 200 Dash 200 Dash 60 Hurdles Long Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon

6.82 21.61 21.54 7.93 24’2.5” 15’11” 5,393 pts

1989 100 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 1500 Meters 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters 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”

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

2005 60 Dash 200 Dash 60 Hurdles 3000 Meters 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 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

Dennis Hines Philip Greyling Rim Cox Larry Clark Larry Ryans Dion Wafford

1990 800 Meters 1500 Meters 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles

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

Doug Thomas James Trapp Jeff Fields

1991 100 Dash 200 Dash Pole Vault

10.41 20.92 16’8.75”

Travis Padgett Corey Brown Roy Cheney Brent Hobbs

2006 60 Dash 60 Dash 60 Hurdles Heptathlon

6.74 6.78 7.94 5,413 pts

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

1992 100 Dash 100 Dash 200 Dash 800 Meters 1500 Meters Triple Jump

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

Jacoby Ford Matt Clark Matt Clark

2007 200 Dash 3000 Meters 5000 Meters

21.43 8:19.42 14:18.32

Wesley Russell Andrew Beecher

1993 200 Dash 800 Meters

21.29 1:48.08

@CUTRACKANDFIELD

Terrance Parks Shelton Boyer Eddie Richardson

Charlie James Dion Wafford Terrance Herrington Philip Greyling Philip Greyling Larry Clark Larry Clark Jeff Fields Frank Crossen Scott Erbach

Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Heptathlon

50’11.5” 6’11.5” 17’5.5” 5,531 pts 6.70 14:29.37 17’0.75” 57’0.75” 21.48 47.76


MEN’S ALL-ACC HONORS

72 Mike Kauffman Kevin Hogan Duane Ross Delvon Wilson John Thorp

1500 Meters 10,000 Meters 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles High Jump

3:47.56 30:07.71 14.00 52.51 7’1.75”

Clarence Richards Larry Ryans Mitchel Francis Eric Lander Eric Lander

1994 400 Dash 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 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 400 Dash 400 Dash 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 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 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 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 100 Dash 400 Dash 1500 Meters 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 400 Hurdles High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Javelin

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”

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

1998 100 Dash 100 Dash 200 Dash 800 Meters 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles High Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Javelin

10.32 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 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 1500 Meters 110 Hurdles 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 100 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 10,000 Meters 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles High Jump High Jump Long Jump Decathlon

Larry Griffin Sultan Tucker Ato Modibo Otto Spain Sultan Tucker

2001 100 Dash 100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 110 Hurdles

10.83 47.03 1:51.71 30:18.54 14.04 14.25 6’8.75” 6’8.75” 24’3.5” 6831 10.60 10.61 21.06 46.47 14.06

MEN’S ALL-ACC LEADERS

Chris Slate Doug Ameigh Kai Maull

High Jump Triple Jump

7’1” 49’3”

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

2002 100 Dash 400 Dash 110 Hurdles 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 100 Dash 100 Dash 200 Dash Steeplechase 5000 Meters 400 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 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 100 Dash 200 Dash 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles Steeplechase 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 100 Dash 200 Dash 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles Steeplechase Pole Vault Decathlon

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

Itay Magidi George Fields Jason Bell Mitch Greeley Brent Hobbs

2006 Steeplechase 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

2007 100 Dash 200 Dash 5000 Meters Long Jump Triple Jump

10.53 21.04 14:12.12 24’6.5” 51’4.5”

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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 2000-03 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 2001-04 Spencer Adams 7 7 2009-Present Matt Helinski 7 7 1994-97 Todd Matthews 7 7 1999-02 Dave Wittman 7 6 1988-91 Ron Richards 7 6 2002-05 Miller Moss 7 5 2007-11 Shawn Thomas 7 4 1994-97 Roy Cheney 6 6 2003-06 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.

Mitch Greeley Ryan Koontz

Pole Vault Decathlon

17’0.75” 7,139 pts

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

2008 100 Dash 200 Dash 5000 Meters 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 100 Dash 100 Dash 200 Dash Hammer Throw

10.49 10.51 20.88 184’10”

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

2010 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles Pole Vault Long Jump Hammer Throw Decathlon

13.88 52.14 18’0.5” 23’10.25” 208’3” 7,628 pts

Chris Slate Spencer Adams Miller Moss

2011 800 Meters 110 Hurdles Decathlon

1:49.54 13.68 7,706 pts

Chris Slate Spencer Adams Marcus Maxey Spencer Adams

2012 800 Meters 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles

1:48.30 13.39 13.83 50.96


WOMEN’S ALL-ACC HONORS

73

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 April Sinkler 14 14 2008-12 Patricia Mamona 13 13 2007-11 Lisa Dillard 12 9 1989-91 Stormy Kendrick 12 8 2009-Present Gisele Oliveira 11 11 2002-05 Mareike Ressing 10 9 1991,93,95 Nikkie Bouyer 10 7 1996, 1998-99 Marlena Wesh 10 7 2010-Present Jasmine Edgerson 10 6 2009-Present Shekera Weston 10 5 1997-99, 2001 Angel Fleetwood 10 3 1989-92 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 Kim Ruck 6 6 2008-12 Liane Weber 6 6 2007-11 Simone Tomlinson 6 6 1995-98

April Sinkler

Ute Jamrozy

INDOOR 1988 3000 Meters

Angela Dolby Lisa Dillard

1989 Shot Put 200 Dash

Jeannie Burris Lisa Dillard

1990 Shot Put 200 Dash

Lisa Dillard Angela Dolby Anne Evans Marcia Fletcher Marcia Fletcher

1991 55 Dash Shot Put 3000 Meters Triple Jump Long Jump

Angela Dolby Angel Fleetwood

1992 Shot Put 400 Dash

Monyetta Haynesworth Kim Graham Mareike Ressing Tonya McKelvey

1993 55 Hurdles 55 Dash Mile Long Jump

Pam Ketter Mareike Ressing Courtney Singleton Courtney Singleton Nikki Sims

1994 55 Dash 3000 Meters Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put

Virginia Barnes Samantha Watt Mareike Ressing

1995 800 Meters 400 Dash 3000 Meters

9:30.96 47’7.25” 24.35 47’1.5” 23.88 6.92 47’1.75” 9:25.66 42’3.25” 20’7” 46’9” 53.82 7.82 6.91 4:54.17 20’9.25” 6.97 9:48.60 19’7.5” 40’9.75” 45’10.75” 2:14.41 56.29 9:44.90

Treshell Mayo Nikkie Bouyer Christine Engel

1996 55 Dash 200 Dash Mile

7.01 24.36 4:48.80

Nikki Sims Simone Tomlinson Shenita Wilson

1997 Shot Put 55 Dash 400 Dash

48’6.75” 6.96 54.74

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

Terri Robinson Shekera Weston Nikkie Bouyer Nikkie Bouyer Jamine Moton

1998 60 Dash 400 Dash 200 Dash 60 Hurdles Shot Put

7.45 54.87 23.51 8.20 49’3”

Nikkie Bouyer Mandy McLane

1999 60 Hurdles Pole Vault

8.30 11’6.25”

Kyana Elder Marcia Smith

2000 60 Hurdles 400 Dash

8.38 54.07

Michelle Burgher Kyana Elder Mandy McLane

2001 400 Dash 60 Hurdles Pole Vault

55.21 8.40 12’7.5”

Terri Robinson Silja Ulfarsdottir Sheri Smith

2002 60 Dash 400 Dash Triple Jump

7.50 55.14 41’5.25”

Katie Pickett

2003 High Jump

5’7.75”

Silja Ulfarsdottir Della Clark

2004 400 Dash Weight Throw

Gisele Oliveira

2005 Long Jump

Della Clark

2006 Weight Throw

62’0.5”

2007 Triple Jump Pole Vault Weight Throw

42’6” 12’5.5” 64’8”

Patricia Mamona Caroline Kennedy Della Clark

Patricia Mamona

4,081 pts

Stormy Kendrick Brianna Rollins Patricia Mamona Brittney Waller

2010 60 Dash 400 Dash Triple Jump Weight Throw

7.44 54.01 43’11.75” 60’11.5”

Jasmine Edgerson Stormy Kendrick Marlena Wesh Kim Ruck Kim Ruck Bridgette Owens April Sinkler April Sinkler April Sinkler Whitney Fountain

2011 60 Dash 200 Dash 200 Dash 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 60 Hurdles High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pentathlon

7.33 23.29 23.47 9:21.34 16:40.78 8.21 5’10.5” 21’1.5” 42’11.75” 3,798 pts

Jasmine Edgerson Stormy Kendrick Stormy Kendrick Alyssa Kulik Bridgette Owens Jasmine Edgerson Whitney Fountain

2012 60 Dash 60 Dash 200 Dash Mile 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles Pentathlon

7.27 7.31 23.66 4:43.20 8.08 8.26 3,584 pts

OUTDOOR 1988 Shot Put 10,000 Meters

44’7” 34:58.47

54.01 57’7” Patricia Cuffee Helen Rogers 20’3”

Patricia Mamona Patricia Mamona

2008 Long Jump Triple Jump

19’10.75” 43’3.25”

Anastasia Wilson Patricia Mamona Nikola Lomnicka

2009 High Jump Triple Jump Weight Throw

5’9.25” 43’3” 61’10.25”

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Pentathlon

Angela Dolby Nancy Taliaferro Lisa Parak

1989 Shot Put Discus Javelin

Anne Evans Michelle Scholtz

1990 3000 Meters 10,000 Meters

9:44.6 34:50.19

Patricia Cuffee Mareike Ressing Kim Graham Gail Groulx

1991 Shot Put 3000 Meters 100 Dash 10,000 Meters

45’10.25” 9:43.14 11.72 35:05.62

45’1” 142’4” 146’6”


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CLEMSON’S REGIONAL HISTORY Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

1992 200 Dash 3000 Meters Triple Jump

Treshell Mayo Mareike Ressing Monyetta Haynesworth

1993 400 Dash 1500m Long Jump

Sharia Clinkscales Mareike Ressing Denise Massey Jodie Phillips

1994 High Jump 3000 Meters Discus Javelin

5’8.5” 9:47.71 147’4” 138’5”

Sharia Clinkscales Mareike Ressing

1995 High Jump 3000 Meters

5’9.25” 9:52.07

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

1996 Shot Put 100 Dash 100 Hurdles 200 Dash 400 Dash Heptathlon

Simone Tomlinson Shenita Wilson Annu Montell Nikki Sims

1997 100 Dash 400 Dash Heptathlon Shot Put

23.52 9:40.62 20’9” 54.01 4:24.90 20’5.25”

48’ 5.25” 11.37 13.35 22.89 53.42 5183 pts 12.01 52.98 5171 50’0.5”

Simone Tomlinson Megan Hartman Mandy McLane Jamine Moton

1998 200 Dash 3000 Meters Pole Vault Discus

23.24 9:59.30 10’4” 154’5”

Shekera Weston Julianne Littmann Nikkie Bouyer Mandy McLane Jamine Moton

1999 200 Dash 5000 Meters 100 Hurdles Pole Vault Hammer

23.26 17:18.51 13.32 11’3.75” 178’2”

Kammi Blount Joana Costa LaShonda Cutchin Kyana Elder Nyjla Littlejohn

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.

Jasmine Edgerson Angel Fleetwood Karen Hartmann Monyetta Haynesworth

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

2000 Javelin Pole Vault 400 Dash 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles

142’8” 12’3.5” 53.50 13.62 59.68

Shekera Weston Michelle Burgher Nyjla Littlejohn

2001 200 Dash 400 Dash 400 Hurdles

23.27 52.89 58.76

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

2002 400 Dash 400 Dash 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”

Silja Ulfarsdottir Gisele Oliveira

2004 400 Hurdles Long Jump

58.40 20’2.5”

Silja Ulfarsdottir Sara Young

2005 400 Hurdles Pole Vault

56.62 12’5.5”

Della Clark

2006 Hammer Throw

185’4”

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

Patricia Mamona Patricia Mamona Bethanie Wachna

2008 Long Jump Triple Jump Javelin

Anastasia Wilson Linda Buchholz Nikola Lomnicka

2009 High Jump Javelin Hammer Throw

5’7” 148’5” 197’8”

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 100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters Pole Vault Pole Vault Triple Jump Hammer Throw Javelin Javelin Heptathlon

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

Jasmine Edgerson Marlena Wesh Alyssa Kulik Brianna Rollins Michaylin Golladay Lauren Terstappen April Sinkler Jasmine Brunson Patricia Mamona Liane Weber Patricia Mamona

2011 100 Dash 200 Dash Steeplechase 100 Hurdles 100 Hurdles Pole Vault Long Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Javelin Heptathlon

11.36 23.26 10:05.51 12.99 13.15 13’3.75” 20’3” 19’11.75” 42’9.5” 153’7” 5,293 pts

Jasmine Edgerson Marlena Wesh Monique Gracia Keni Harrison Christy Gasparino April Sinkler April Sinkler Whitney Fountain

2012 100 Dash 200 Dash 100 Hurdles 100 Hurdles Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Heptathlon

11.39 23.06 13.32 13.33 13’1.5” 20’5.75” 43’5” 5,145 pts

Note: Current student-athletes denoted in bold.

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY 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 2011 2012

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 College Station, TX Boise, ID

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) Florida (52) Florida (52)

WOMEN Year 1981 1983 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Site Pocatello, ID 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 Indianapolis, IN Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville, AR College Station, TX Fayetteville, AR College Station, TX Boise, ID

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) Oregon (67) Oregon (49)

75 OUTDOOR

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) T-22nd (10) T-45th (4) 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) 11th (19) T-5th (24)

MEN Year 1964 1968 1969 1970 1977 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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 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 Des Moines, IA Des Moines, IA

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) 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) Texas A&M (55) Florida (50)

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) 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 T-38th (6) T-40th (6)

WOMEN Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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

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) Texas A&M (49) LSU (76)

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) 7th (28) T-4th (28)

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MEN’S HONOR ROLL

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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 Ross O’Dell 1925-28 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

Inducted 1999 Inducted 1977 1984 1998 1978 2010 1976 1975 1977 2001 2003 2006 1984 1980 1995 1986 1973 1983 1974 2011 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 ACC Outstanding Senior Scholarship Male Athlete Student-Athlete Years Honored Trent Kirk 1994-97 1997-98 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 Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholars Student-Athlete Years Honored Anthony Knight 1990-93 1993 Dov Kremer 1987-90 1991 Henrik Skov 1985-88 1989 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

IAAF World Champions Name Event (I/O) James Trapp 200m (I) Carlton Chambers 4x100m (O) Shawn Crawford 200m (I)

Year(s) 1993 1997 2001

USA Champions Name Event (I/O) Year(s) Mark McKoy 60mHH (I) 1986 Terrance Herrington 1500m (O) 1989, 1991 James Trapp 200m (I) 1993 Duane Ross 60mHH (I) 1998 Shawn Crawford 200m (O) 2001, 2004, 2009 60m (I) 2004 200m (I) 2002 U.S. Olympic Trial Champion Name Event Shawn Crawford 200m

Year 2004

IAAF World Junior Champion 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

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 Alex Padgett ^2011 ACC Indoor Field Athlete-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Miller Moss

Year 2011

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

Year 2000 2004 2007

ACC Outdoor Freshman-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Ato Modibo George Kitchens Travis Padgett

Year 1999 2002 2006

ACC Indoor Scholar Athlete-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Miller Moss

Year 2011

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

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NOTABLE MEN’S CHAMPIONS

All-ACC Indoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Warren Fraser Daniel Inge Michael Kopanski

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Year 2006 2007, 2008 2007 2006 2006 2008 Year 2011 2009 2011

Torian Ware Martin Maloney Miller Moss C.J. Spiller Xavier Tromp Torian Ware Jeffrey Willis

2012 2010-11 2009 2010 2012 2011

All-ACC Outdoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Year Warren Fraser 2010 Bryce Iverson 2010 Miller Moss 2009-11 Ty McCormack 2011, 2012 Xavier Tromp 2010 Torian Ware 2012 Note: The ACC began naming Performer-of-the-Year in both track and field events in 2007; # - track MVP; ^ - field MVP


WOMEN’S HONOR ROLL

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NOTABLE WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS IAAF World Champions Name Event (I/O) Kim Graham 4x400m (O) Michelle Burgher 4x400m (O)

Year 1995 2001

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

Year 1998

USA Junior Champion Event (I/O) 100m (O)

Year 2012

Name Kim Graham Name Dezerea Bryant

IAAF World Junior Champions Name Event (I/O) Year(s) Dezerea Bryant 4x100m 2010, 2012 Stormy Kendrick 200m, 4x100m (O) 2010 Name Alyssa Kulik Brianna Rollins

Liane Weber 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 Jamine Moton 1998-2002

Kim Ruck Inducted 2003 Inducted 2006 2001 2010 2008 1998 2000 1993 2011

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 2007-11 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 Alyssa Kulik 2008-12 2012 Patricia Mamona 2007-11 2011 Gisele Oliveira 2002-05 2005 Jodie Phillips 1992-95 1995 NCAA Postgraduate Scholars Student-Athlete Years Alyssa Kulik 2008-12

2008-12

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Student-Athlete Years Jennifer Barton 2003-06 Tina Krebs 1982-87 Patricia Mamona 2007-11 Gisele Oliveira 2002-05 Liane Weber 2007-11

2012 Honored 2006 1986 2010 2004, 2005 2010

ACC Indoor Most Valuable Performer Student-Athlete Year(s) Kim Graham 1992 Karen Hartmann 1993 Jamine Moton 2001 April Sinkler ^2009, ^2010, ^2011 Stormy Kendrick #2011 Dezerea Bryant #2012 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, ^2011, ^2012 Stormy Kendrick #2011 Marlena Wesh #2012 ACC Indoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Brianna Rollins

Year 2012

ACC Outdoor Track Athlete-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Marlena Wesh

Year 2012

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 Dezerea Bryant

Year 2007 2010 2012

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

Year 1999 2010 2012

Honored 2012

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NACAC U-23 Champions Event Steeplechase 100m Hurdles

Year 2012 2012

ACC Outdoor Scholar Athlete-of-the-Year Student-Athlete Liane Weber Alyssa Kulik

Year 2011 2012

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

Year 2006 2007 2006 2007, 2008 2008 2007 2008

All-ACC Indoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Natalie Anthony Linda Buchholz Danielle Curry Karine Farias Christy Gasparino Caroline Kennedy Alyssa Kulik Patricia Mamona Nikola Lomnicka Misha Morris Amy Morrison Kim Ruck Lauren Terstappen Liane Weber Marlena Wesh

Year 2012 2010 2011 2010, 2011 2012 2009, 2010 2012 2009, 2010 2009 2011 2009, 2010 2010, 2011 2011 2009, 2010 2011

All-ACC Outdoor Academic Team Student-Athlete Year Linda Buchholz 2009, 2010 Stephanie Buffo 2011 Karine Farias 2010, 2011 Whitney Fountain 2012 Christy Gasparino 2011, 2012 Caroline Kennedy 2009, 2010 Alyssa Kulik 2010, 2011, 2012 Nikola Lomnicka 2009 Patricia Mamona 2010, 2011 Amy Morrison 2010 Kim Ruck 2009, 2010, 2011 Lauren Terstappen 2011 Liane Weber 2010, 2011 Marlena Wesh 2012 Note: The ACC began naming Most Valuable Performer in both track and field events in 2007; # - track MVP; ^ - field MVP.


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1. Michael Green 2. David Collins 3. James Trapp Greg Moses 5. Travis Padgett 6. Shawn Crawford 7. Jacey Harper 8. Carlton Chambers Larry Griffin 10. Eugene Lee

55 Dash 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. Jacoby Ford 2. Michael Green 3. Shawn Crawford Travis Padgett 5. C.J. Spiller 6. Dwight Thomas 7. Larry Griffin Corey Brown Justin Murdock 10. David Collins

60 Dash 6.51 6.55 6.56 6.56 6.58 6.64 6.65 6.65 6.65 6.66

2009 1993 2000 2007 2008 2002 2003 2006 2011 2000

55 Hurdles 1. Duane Ross 7.09 2. Larry Ryans 7.12 3. Jeremichael Williams 7.18 4. Anthony Knight 7.21 5. Sultan Tucker 7.21 6. Greg Hines 7.23 Todd Matthews 7.23 8. Roy Cheney 7.29 9. Shauntae Lovings 7.38 10. Ian Potter 7.47 Lydell Perry 7.47

1995 1992 1997 1992 2000 1998 2002 2005 2002 2001 2005

60 Hurdles 1. Duane Ross 7.60 Spencer Adams 7.60 3. Sultan Tucker 7.69 4. Todd Matthews 7.73 5. Roy Cheney 7.77 6. Jeremichael Williams 7.79 7. Dwight Thomas 7.81 8. Marcus Maxey 7.82 9. Charles Allen 7.85 10. Charlton Rolle 7.86 1. Shawn Crawford 2. James Trapp 3. Michael Green 4. Tony Wheeler 5. Jacey Harper 6. Dwight Thomas 7. Greg Moses 8. Jacoby Ford 9. Kenny Franklin 10. Trenton Guy 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Ato Modibo Shawn Crawford Tony Wheeler Charles Allen Shawn Thomas Wesley Russell Ato Modibo Otto Spain Clarence Richards Marcus Black Dion Wafford Travis Swaggard Jordan Rispress Shawn Thomas Michael Bolling

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

800 Meters 1. Andrew Beecher 1:48.27 2. Chris Slate 1:49.50 3. Kendrick Roach 1:49.70 4. Terrance Herrington 1:49.71 5. Davidson Gill 1:49.99 6. Philip Greyling 1:50.00 7. Marcus Hodge 1:50.54 8. Dave Wittman 1:50.50 9. Jasen Turnbull 1:50.75 10. Nathan Hendershot 1:51.47

1999 1985 1999 1999 1998 1992 2011 1994 1989 1999 1989 2002 1990 2011 2011

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

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

1983 1987 1983 1990 1993 1992 1988 2007 1999 2000

1995 2012 2001 2001 2004 1998 2002 2012 2000 2010

3000 Meters 1. Itay Magidi 7:54.11 2. Yehezkel Halifa 7:59.79 3. Cormac Finnerty 7:59.89 4. Mogens Guldberg 8:04.04 5. Matt Clark 8:04.20 6. Peter Van de Kerkove 8:06.22 7. Derrick Wyatt 8:06.23 8. Ty McCormack 8:15.60 9. Joe Gibson 8:16.30 10. Larry Clark 8:16.97

2007 1988 1992 1985 2007 1986 2005 2012 1998 1991

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

2000 1992 1992 1995 2001 2002 1989 2009 1998 2009

5000 Meters 1. Robert deBrouwer 13:32.00 2. Yehezkel Halifa 13:49.22 3. Dov Kremer 13:51.58 4. Itay Magidi 14:03.60 5. Matt Clark 14:04.16 6. Larry Clark 14:08.24 7. Peter Van de Kerkove 14:08.41 8. Ty McCormack 14:15.54 9. Derrick Wyatt 14:18.09 10. Jorge Pacheco 14:19.30

1985 1989 1989 2005 2008 1990 1986 2012 2005 1991

300 Dash 33.42 33.59 33.84 33.87 34.22

1999 1999 1994 1997 1995

400 Dash 45.92 46.00 46.63 46.92 47.52 47.61 47.68 47.76 47.81 47.81

1993 1999 2003 1995 1986 1990 2009 2011 1997 2004

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. Wybo Lelieveld 2. Martin Flynn 3. Stijn Jaspers 4. Philip Greyling 5. Mike Kauffman 6. Cormac Finnerty 7. Paul McCaffrey 8. Itay Magidi 9. Esteban Diaz 10. Ryan Demers

4x400 Relay 3:06.67

2002

3:07.34

1995

3:07.80

1999

1. 2. 3.

Harper, Thomas, Spain, Modibo Gill, Richards Wheeler, Francis Allen, Franklin Gill, Modibo

1. 2. 3.

Distance Medley Relay Tooman, Haynes 9:41.64 Gill, Diaz Connelly, Modibo 9:44.44 Sharpe, Demers Ramirez, Mangone 9:48.05 Slate, McCormack

1. 3. 4. 5.

Adam Linkenauger Victor Smalls John Thorp Doug Ameigh Malcolm Reynolds

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)

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2006 1985 1995 2002 2001

6. Shelton Boyer George Milton 8. Terrance McDaniel 9. Shane Stroup 10. Torian Ware

7’2” (2.18m) 7’2” (2.18m) 7’1.75” (2.17m) 7’0.5” (2.14m) 6’11.75” (2.13m)

1986 1987 2003 1977 2012

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. George Kitchens 2. Kai Maull 3. Rodney Keasler 4. Antwoine Welcome 5. George Fields 6. Josh Fowler 7. Kelvin Sykes 8. Terrence Parks 9. Larry Armstead 10. 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

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) 50’6” (15.39m) 50’3.75” (15.33m) 49’9.25” (15.17m) 49’7.25” (15.12m)

1999 1987 2005 1993 1998 2001 2012 1989 2005 2009

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

1. Bryan Williams 2. Kelvin Sykes 3. Jason Bell 4. Larry Armstead 5. Tony Lloyd 6. Kai Maull 7. Shai Carpenter 8. Tony Jones 9. Mickey Sheats 10. Josh Fowler 1. Mike Spiritoso 2. Derek Gilson 3. Rob Venier 4. Scott Erbach 5. Alex Padgett 6. Marcus Brown 7. Matt Lombardi 8. John Boobas 9. Cory Thalheimer 10. Matt Helinski 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Miller Moss Ryan Koontz Rick Hill Brent Hobbs Ryan Hunter

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) 56’11.5” (17.36m) 56’11.25” (17.35m) 56’8” (17.27m) 56’4.5” (17.18m) 55’11” (17.04m)

35 Lb. Weight Throw 67’0.5” (20.43m) 66’11.5” (20.41m) 63’8.25” (19.41m) 62’1.75” (18.94m) 61’0.75” (18.61m) 59’8.25” (18.19m) 58’4.75” (17.80m) 56’11.5” (17.36m) 56’3.75” (17.16m) 56’3.75” (17.16m) Heptathlon 5,986 pts 5,569 pts 5,528 pts 5,427 pts 5,179 pts

1987 2004 1988 1992 2010 2012 2004 1988 2012 1997 2011 2010 1997 1991 2006 2002 2001 2002 2004 2011 2011 2007 2004 2006 2004

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MEN’S ALL-TIME OUTDOOR PERFORMANCES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

100 Dash Travis Padgett 9.89 Jacoby Ford 10.01 Michael Green 10.02 James Trapp 10.04 Justin Murdock 10.13 Shawn Crawford 10.15 Dwight Thomas 10.17 Warren Fraser 10.18 Carlton Chambers 10.19 Greg Moses 10.20 All-Conditions Bests Travis Padgett 9.89# Jacoby Ford 10.01 Michael Green 10.01 (wind-aided) James Trapp 10.03 (wind-aided) Justin Murdock 10.13

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

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

200 Dash 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

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

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

800 Meters 1. Terrance Herrington 1:46.38 2. Davidson Gill 1:47.03 3. Andrew Beecher 1:47.37 4. Chris Slate 1:48.30 5. Kendrick Roach 1:48.39 6. Aaron Ramirez 1:49.04 7. Philip Greyling 1:49.06 8. Cornel Messam 1:49.30 9. Wybo Lelieveld 1:49.40 10. Nathan Hendershot 1:49.43 1500 Meters 1. Terrance Herrington 3:38.57 2. Philip Greyling 3:41.25 3. Wybo Lelieveld 3:41.68 4. Mike Kauffman 3:43.15 5. Dov Kremer 3:43.96 6. Mogens Guldberg 3:44.00 7. Itay Magidi 3:44.17 8. Martin Flynn 3:44.30 9. Dave Wittman 3:44.44 10. Aaron Ramirez 3:44.97

2008 2009 1992 1991 2011 1998 2002 2012 1996 1985 2008 2009 1993 1992 2011 2000 1992 1996 2008 1980 1985 2001 1986 1998 2005 1996 2000 1992 2008 1980 2001 1993 1997 2003 1997 1994 1999 1986 2004 2008 1988 1999 1992 2012 1994 2012 1989 1982 1982 2012 1987 1990 1983 1994 1988 1985 2005 1986 1991 2012

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. 6. 7.

Matt Clark Yehezkel Halifa Terry Goodenough Julius Ogaro Jim Haughey Itay Magidi John Doherty

10,000 Meters 28:49.77 28:56.80 29:08.13 29:14.50 29:16.43 29:29.34 29:33.88

2008 1988 1981 1981 1981 2006 1991

8. Iain Campbell 9. Larry Clark 10. Kevin Hogan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

29:51.67 29:54.48 30:07.71

Julius Ogaro Itay Magidi Hans Koeleman David Wittman Rim Cox Ty McCormack Noyes Livingston Matt Hughes Ryan Fenton Martin Flynn

Steeplechase 8:32.75 8:34.12 8:35.90 8:42.79 8:49.00 8:50.35 8:53.20 8:59.83 9:02.01 9:06.08

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

110 Hurdles Duane Ross 13.32 Spencer Adams 13.38 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 Marcus Maxey 13.74 All-Conditions Bests Duane Ross 13.32 Spencer Adams 13.38 Jeremichael Williams 13.48 Todd Matthews 13.53 Larry Ryans 13.61 (wind-aided)

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

Mitchel Francis Greg Hines Aaron Haynes Marcus Phillips Scott Kautz Fred Sharpe Dion Wafford Spencer Adams Andrew Porter Rashad Gardner

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. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1984 1990 1993 1981 2005 1983 1991 1990 2012 1988 2008 2004 1985 1995 2012 1997 2002 1993 1998 2001 1992 2002 2012 1995 2012 1997 2002 1992

400 Hurdles 49.85 49.85 50.06 50.21 50.24 50.43 50.84 50.96 51.36 51.51

1995 1998 1997 1997 2005 2000 1990 2012 2007 2005

4x100 Relay 38.77

2009

38.82

2002

38.92

1997

4x400 Relay 3:03.67

1999

3:03.74

1996

3:04.69

1997

79

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

George Kitchens Chris Michael Kai Maull Shelton Boyer Darwin Rencher Frank Holland Terrance Parks Josh Fowler Will Robinson Rodney Keasler

Long Jump 25’10.75” (7.89m) 25’9” (7.84m) 25’7.25” (7.80m) 25’1.5” (7.65m) 25’1” (7.64m) 24’11.75” (7.61m) 24’11.5” (7.60m) 24’11” (7.59m) 24’11” (7.59m) 24’11” (7.59m)

2003 1985 1999 1986 1985 1991 1986 2011 2011 1989

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

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

Triple Jump 51’11.75” (15.84m) 51’9” (15.77m) 51’8.25” (15.75m) 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)

2006 1992 2012 1987 2010 2002 2000 1981 2002 2000

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

Mike Spiritoso Scott Erbach Alex Padgett Derek Gilson Jack Harkness Marcus Brown Matt Lombardi John Boobas Matt Helinski Cory Thalheimer

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

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

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) 165’2” (50.35m) 164’0” (49.98m) 163’9” (49.91m)

1982 1977 1980 2004 1988 2001 1965 2011 2002 2002

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 Thor Serafenas Derek Gilson

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) 173’7” (52.90m) 168’2” (51.25m)

2010 2010 1997 2006 2002 1991 2002 2001 2011 2004

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

Shot Put 68’4.25” (20.83m) 60’8.75” (18.51m) 59’0.75” (18.00m) 58’3.75” (17.77m) 57’7” (17.55m) 56’9.5” (17.31m) 56’1.75” (17.11m) 56’1.25” (17.10m) 55’11” (17.04m) 55’10.25” (17.02m)

1986 1991 2011 2004 1982 2012 2004 1988 1997 2012

Discus

Javelin

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

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)

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

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)

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

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 7,996 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

Note: Bold indicates current student-athlete.

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WOMEN’S ALL-TIME INDOOR PERFORMANCES

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1. Simone Tomlinson 2. Lisa Dillard Gail Prescod 4. Kim Graham Terri Robinson 6. Cydonie Mothersill 7. Shekera Weston 8. Pam Ketter Treshell Mayo 10. Monique Everett Tara Henderson

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

1. Stormy Kendrick 2. Dezerea Bryant 3. Jasmine Edgerson 4. Simone Tomlinson 5. Shekera Weston 6. Terri Robinson 7. Kristine Scott Cydonie Mothersill 9. Misha Morris 10. Treshell Mayo

60 Dash 7.22 7.25 7.27 7.28 7.34 7.40 7.42 7.42 7.44 7.47

200 Dash 1. Cydonie Mothersill 22.84 2. Dezerea Bryant 23.26 3. Stormy Kendrick 23.29 4. Marlena Wesh 23.47 5. Treshell Mayo 23.50 6. Nikkie Bouyer 23.51 7. Kim Graham 23.57 8. Shekera Weston 23.62 9. Brianna Rollins 23.69 10. LaShonda Cutchin 23.74

Mile 1996 1989 1993 1993 1997 2001 1998 1994 1993 1992 1989 2012 2012 2012 1998 1998 1998 2010 2001 2011 1996 2001 2012 2011 2011 1996 1998 1993 1999 2010 2001

Brianna Rollins Dezerea Bryant Marlena Wesh Shenita Wilson Shekera Weston

300 Dash 37.90 37.90 38.09 38.14 38.28

2010 2012 2011 1996 1997

1. Marlena Wesh 2. Shekera Weston 3. Silja Ulfarsdottir 4. Shenita Wilson 5. Angel Fleetwood 6. Brianna Rollins 7. Marcia Smith 8. LaShonda Cutchin 9. Samantha Watt 10. Shakirah Rutherford

400 Dash 52.21 53.36 53.51 53.77 53.82 54.01 54.07 54.39 54.45 54.62

2012 1999 2005 1997 1992 2010 2000 2000 1998 2004

1. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

500 Meters Marlena Wesh 1:11.82 Nia Fluker 1:12.25 LaShonda Cutchin 1:12.96 Brittany Pringley 1:12.99 Shakirah Rutherford 1:13.20

2012 2012 1999 2010 2004

800 Meters 2:04.55 2:06.09 2:07.14 2:10.42 2:11.77 2:12.00 2:12.16 2:12.49 2:12.62 2:12.90

1992 1985 1991 2001 2012 1996 1995 1999 1985 2006

1000 Meters Alyssa Kulik 2:52.46 Candice Johnson 2:57.59 Joanie Castagno 2:59.04 Shannon Schoppman 2:59.36 Brantley Epps 2:59.78

2012 2009 2009 2000 1999

1. Karen Hartmann 2. Tina Krebs 3. Ane Skak 4. Perry Fields 5. Brianna Blanton 6. Christine Engel 7. Virginia Barnes 8. Julianne Littman 9. Kirsti Voldness 10. Patrice McMillan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. Tina Krebs 2. Alyssa Kulik 3. Perry Fields 4. Karen Hartmann 5. Elsa Breit 6. Mareike Ressing 7. Christine Engel 8. Kris Salt 9. Kim Ruck 10. Julianne Littman

4:38.30 4:40.97 4:43.26 4:44.49 4:45.62 4:46.08 4:48.62 4:50.79 4:54.96 4:55.08

1986 2012 2001 1992 1988 1993 1996 1991 2010 1999

1. Ute Jamrozy 2. Kim Ruck 3. Kerry Robinson 4. Anne Evans 5. Mareike Ressing 6. Natalie Anthony 7. Alyssa Kulik 8. Elsa Breit 9. Tina Jensen 10. Maiken Jensen

3000 Meters 9:15.04 9:21.34 9:25.30 9:25.66 9:26.10 9:34.63 9:35.67 9:44.20 9:48.27 9:51.36

1987 2011 1983 1991 1994 2012 2012 1988 1997 1997

1. Kim Ruck 2. Erika Van Reenen 3. Michelle Scholtz 4. Helen Rogers 5. Cara Talty 6. Gail Groulz 7. Beth Ahern 8. Elyse Borisko 9. Sarah Turman 10. Sunday Ford

5000 Meters 16:01.24 16:54.87 17:02.58 17:08.75 17:19.93 17:26.00 17:27.04 17:33.72 17:35.24 17:48.77

2010 2000 1989 1989 2012 1991 1999 2011 2011 2008

55 Hurdles 1. Nikkie Bouyer 7.57 2. Monique Everett 7.74 3. Monyetta Haynesworth 7.79 4. Kyana Elder 7.84 5. Nyjla Littlejohn 7.86 Marcia Fletcher 7.86 7. Polly Hardy 7.89 8. Tiffany Myers 8.04 9. Jane Hale 8.08 10. Krystal Barringer 8.13

1998 1992 1993 2000 2000 1991 2008 1994 1995 2007

60 Hurdles 7.93 7.95 8.17 8.20 8.20 8.26 8.28 8.38 8.39 8.39

2012 2012 2011 1998 2012 2010 2011 2000 2007 2011

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

Brianna Rollins Bridgette Owens Jasmine Edgerson Nikkie Bouyer Keni Harrison Michaylin Golladay Monique Gracia Kyana Elder Polly Hardy Janice Jackson

1. 1. 2.

4x400 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 Anthony, Austin 11:28.89 Blanton, Kulik Barnes, Avery, 11:48.46 Engel, Ressing McMillan, Johnson 11:52.70 Dix, Phillips

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

April Sinkler Linda Buchholz Anastasia Wilson Sharia Clinkscales Katie Pickett Liane Weber Whitney Fountain

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) 5’7.25” (1.71m)

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5’7” (1.70m) 5’6.5” (1.69m) 5’6” (1.68m)

1995 2009 1995

Pole Vault 13’2.5” (4.03m) 13’1.75” (4.01m) 12’11.5” (3.95m) 12’11.5” (3.95m) 12’9.5” (3.90m) 12’7.5” (3.85m) 12’6” (3.81m) 12’5.5” (3.80m) 12’5.5” (3.80m) 12’5.5” (3.80m)

2012 2012 2010 2010 2006 2001 2012 2002 2005 2009

Long Jump 1. April Sinkler 21’6” (6.55m) 2. Monyetta Haynesworth 21’3” (6.48m) 3. Gisele Oliveira 20’10.75” (6.37m) 4. Tonya McKelvey 20’10.25” (6.36m) 5. Marcia Fletcher 20’7” (6.27m) 6. Jasmine Brunson 20’5.75” (6.24m) 7. Terri Robinson 20’5.25” (6.23m) 8. Patricia Mamona 20’4.5” (6.21m) 9. Courtney Singleton 19’11” (6.07m) 10. Trevi Frazier 19’9.5” (6.03m)

2010 1992 2004 1993 1991 2011 1999 2009 1994 1997

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

Lauren Terstappen Christy Gasparino Caroline Kennedy Amy Morrison Beth Jordan Mandy McLane Caroline Bond Joana Costa Sara Young Emily Barlage

Triple Jump 45’5.25” (13.85m) 45’1.75” (13.76m) 44’2” (13.46m) 43’3.75” (13.19m) 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)

2010 2005 2011 2012 2002 1992 1991 1997 1998 2005

Shot Put 56’7.5” (17.26m) 52’0.75” (15.87m) 50’0.75” (15.26m) 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)

2002 1996 2011 1997 1992 1991 1989 2002 2006 1998

20 lb Weight Throw 1. Della Clark 68’5” (20.85m) 2. Brittney Waller 68’2.5” (20.79m) 3. Jamine Moton 68’0.5” (20.73m) 4. Nikola Lomnicka 61’10.25” (18.85m) 5. Danielle Curry 60’3.25” (18.37m) 6. Krystal Woods 58’4” (17.78m) 7. Rochelle Kokayko 58’1.25” (17.71m) 8. Mikaela Patterson 55’3.75” (16.86m) 9. Catheryne Porter 53’11.75” (16.45m) 10. Jackie Hudgins 52’4” (15.95m)

2007 2011 2001 2009 2011 2006 2006 2005 2007 2002

1. Patricia Mamona 2. Gisele Oliveira 3. April Sinkler 4. Jasmine Brunson 5. Sheri Smith 6. Nanette Holloway 7. Marcia Fletcher 8. Trevi Frazier 9. Jessica Hartikainen 10. Michelle Rogers 1. Jamine Moton 2. Nikki Sims 3. Danielle Curry 4. Aija Kortesoja 5. Angela Dolby 6. Patricia Cuffee 7. Jeannie Burris 8. Jackie Hudgins 9. Della Clark 10. Cindy Trzcinski

2005 2001

2012 1994 2006

2010 2010 2009 1997 2004 2010 2011

1. Liane Weber 2. Patricia Mamona 3. Linda Buchholz 4. Whitney Fountain 5. Karine Farias 6. Lauren Nicholson 7. Michaylin Golladay 8. Renata Miyamoto 9. Antisha Anderson 10. Joana Costa

Pentathlon 4,262 pts 4,081 pts 3,870 pts 3,798 pts 3,727 pts 3,676 pts 3,447 pts 3,410 pts 3,392 pts 3,193 pts

2010 2009 2007 2011 2011 2004 2009 2006 2002 2002

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100 Dash Stormy Kendrick 11.23 Simone Tomlinson 11.28 Dezerea Bryant 11.29 Cydonie Mothersill 11.31 Treshell Mayo 11.34 Jasmine Edgerson 11.36 Kim Graham 11.37 Kristine Scott 11.46 Lisa Dillard 11.48 Monique Gracia 11.49 All-Conditions Bests Simone Tomlinson 11.21 (wind-aided) Stormy Kendrick 11.23 Cydonie Mothersill 11.27 (wind-aided) Dezerea Bryant 11.29 Treshell Mayo 11.34

2011 1998 2012 2001 1996 2011 1993 2010 1990 2012 1998 2011 2001 2012 1996

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

200 Dash Cydonie Mothersill 22.57 Kim Graham 22.64 Treshell Mayo 22.89 Dezerea Bryant 22.97 Marlena Wesh 23.06 Stormy Kendrick 23.09 Shekera Weston 23.09 Nikkie Bouyer 23.12 Kristine Scott 23.21 Simone Tomlinson 23.24 All-Conditions Bests Cydonie Mothersill 22.57 Kim Graham 22.64 Stormy Kendrick 22.83 (wind-aided) Treshell Mayo 22.89 Dezerea Bryant 22.97

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

Marlena Wesh Kim Graham Angel Fleetwood Michelle Burgher Shekera Weston Shenita Wilson Samantha Watt LaShonda Cutchin Marcia Smith Nia Fluker

400 Dash 51.43 51.88 52.56 52.74 52.81 52.98 53.24 53.34 53.34 53.48

2012 1993 1992 2001 2001 1997 1997 2000 2002 2012

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

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

800 Meters 2:02.07 2:06.98 2:07.09 2:08.86 2:09.09 2:10.50 2:11.10 2:11.17 2:11.70 2:12.08

1983 1991 1992 1999 2001 2012 2004 2006 1982 1999

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

Tina Krebs Karen Hartmann Kerry Robinson Mareike Ressing Alyssa Kulik Julianne Littmann Elsa Breit Natalie Anthony Kim Ruck Perry Fields

1500 Meters 4:15.23 4:15.87 4:22.14 4:22.23 4:22.75 4:23.50 4:23.77 4:25.14 4:28.70 4:30.38

1985 1992 1982 1991 2012 1999 1987 2012 2012 2001

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

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 9:44.05 9:47.20

1982 1991 1987 1983 1986 1990 1987 1988 1992 1998

Alyssa Kulik Stephanie Buffo Jenny Barton Alyssa Henshaw Joanie Castagno Lauren Klas Ashley Robinson

Steeplechase 9:52.90 10:37.50 10:59.98 11:07.19 11:30.12 11:46.68 11:48.60

2012 2011 2006 2011 2009 2009 2006

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

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

2001 1993 1996 2012 2012 2011 2001 1998 2009 1998 2001 1993 2010 1996 2012

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

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

5000 Meters 16:02.76 16:06.13 16:12.05 16:16.27 16:20.91 16:22.67 16:34.54 16:41.04 16:43.50 16:54.08

1983 1983 2010 2012 1986 1985 1982 1990 1989 1988

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

Long Jump April Sinkler 21’9.5” (6.64m) Monyetta Haynesworth 21’5.5” (6.54m) Gisele Oliveira 20’11.75” (6.39m) Tonya McKelvey 20’9” (6.32m) Jasmine Brunson 20’4.25” (6.20m) Courtney Singleton 20’2.25” (6.15m) Marcia Fletcher 20’1” (6.12m) Patricia Mamona 19’10.25” (6.05m) Sheri Smith 19’8.25” (6.00m) Nanette Holloway 19’7.5” (5.98m)

2011 1992 2003 1993 2011 1993 1990 2008 2002 1989

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

10,000 Meters 33:14.83 33:16.45 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 2011 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 Jasmine Brunson Nanette Holloway Nakeisha Wineglass Marcia Fletcher Trevi Frazier Renata Miyamoto

Triple Jump 46’2.75” (14.09m) 45’9” (13.94m) 44’4” (13.51m) 43’0.5” (13.12m) 42’11” (13.08m) 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)

2011 2005 2012 2002 2012 1992 2010 1991 1997 2006

2012 2012 2011 2012 2012 2012 1999 2001 2008 2010

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

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

Shot Put 58’2.5” (17.74m) 52’7.25” (16.03m) 51’3” (15.62m) 49’5.75” (15.08m) 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)

2001 1995 1992 2011 1996 2002 1991 2005 2005 1994

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

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

Discus 182’2” (55.52m) 167’6” (51.06m) 159’0” (48.46m) 158’10” (48.42m) 155’3” (47.33m) 150’2” (45.78m) 149’6” (45.56m) 148’5” (45.24m) 147’4” (44.90m) 146’2” (44.56m)

2001 2011 1989 1997 2005 1991 1994 2008 1991 2005

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

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

Hammer 220’6” (67.20m) 208’8” (63.61m) 194’2” (59.18m) 186’3” (56.77m) 184’6” (56.23m) 173’9” (52.96m) 170’11” (52.10m) 167’6” (51.06m) 158’7” (48.34m) 156’0” (47.56m)

2002 2009 2006 2011 2007 2006 2005 2011 2003 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 Whitney Fountain Karine Farias Aimee Stout

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

100 Hurdles Brianna Rollins 12.70 Bridgette Owens 12.71 Michaylin Golladay 12.82 Monique Gracia 13.00 Keni Harrison 13.02 Jasmine Edgerson 13.09 Nikkie Bouyer 13.36 Kyana Elder 13.44 Polly Hardy 13.44 Patricia Mamona 13.53 All-Conditions Bests Bridgette Owens 12.71 Brianna Rollins 12.73 Michaylin Golladay 12.82 Monique Gracia 13.00 Keni Harrison 13.02

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

Silja Ulfarsdottir Nikkie Bouyer Keni Harrison Sonni Austin Marlena Wesh Michelle Burgher Christina Smith Shakirah Rutherford Ane Skak Nyjla Littlejohn

1. 2. 3.

Kendrick, Bryant Wesh, Edgerson Golladay, Gracia Morris, Edgerson Murray, Weston, Burgher, Mothersill

1. 2. 3.

4x400 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. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

1. April Sinkler 2. Sharia Clinkscales 3. Liane Weber 4. Linda Buchholz Anastasia Wilson 6. Katja Pettinen Katie Pickett 8. Annu Montell 9. Anni Korhonen 10. Dana Copeland 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Christy Gasparino Lauren Terstappen Caroline Kennedy Sara Young Mandy McLane Joana Costa Amy Morrison Kat Majester Caroline Bond Meghan Flanagan

2012 2012 2011 2012 2012

400 Hurdles 56.62 56.64 56.72 57.31 57.49 57.79 58.43 58.55 58.61 58.76

2005 1999 2012 2011 2011 2001 2004 2003 1991 2001

4x100 Relay 43.43

2012

43.54

2011

43.62

2001

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 13’5.25” (4.10m) 13’4.25” (4.07m) 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) 12’6” (3.81m) 12’5.5” (3.80m)

2012 2012 2010 2005 2001 2003 2010 2009 2012 2012

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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 5,293 pts 5,206 pts 5,200 pts 5,183 pts 5,171 pts 5,154 pts 5,085 pts 4,561 pts

Note: Bold indicates a current student-athlete.

2010 2010 2010 1999 2006 2010 2003 1999 2003 2004 1990 1993 1995 1995 1997 2010 1995 2011 2007 2003 1996 1997 2012 2010 1996


FRESHMAN RECORDS

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55 Dash 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters Mile 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 55 Hurdles 60 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw Heptathlon

MEN - INDOOR James Trapp 6.20 Jacoby Ford 6.52 Dwight Thomas 21.00 Ato Modibo 46.00 Philip Greyling 1:50.00 Stijn Jaspers 4:01.82 Yehezkel Halifa 7:59.79 Robert deBrouwer 13:32.00 Duane Ross 7.21 Spencer Adams 7.80 Adam Linkenauger 7’2.25”/2.19m Chris Spear 16’9.5”/5.12m Antwoine Welcome 24’10.5”/7.58m Tony Lloyd 50’9.5”/15.48m Rob Venier 57’11.75”/17.67m Zach Berg 59’0.25”/17.99m Miller Moss 5,206 pts

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

55 Dash 60 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters Mile 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 55 Hurdles 60 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw Pentathlon

WOMEN - INDOOR Simone Tomlinson 6.80 Dezerea Bryant 7.25 Dezerea Bryant 23.26 Brianna Rollins 54.01 Karen Hartmann 2:04.55 Karen Hartmann 4:44.49 Ute Jamrozy 9:12.12 Sarah Turman 18:02.94 Nikkie Bouyer 7.80 Brianna Rollins 8.17 April Sinkler 5’8.75”/1.75m Lauren Terstappen 13’0.25”/3.97m Monyetta Haynesworth 20’5”/6.22m Patricia Mamona 43’0.25”/13.11m Jamine Moton 49’3”/15.01m Nikola Lomnicka 61’10.25”/18.85m Liane Weber 4,089 pts

1995 2012 2012 2010 1992 1992 1986 2010 1996 2010 2008 2011 1992 2007 1998 2009 2007

100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 1500 Meters Steeplechase 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Decathlon

MEN - OUTDOOR Travis Padgett 10.00 Tony Wheeler 20.30 Ato Modibo 45.33 Andrew Beecher 1:48.38 Philip Greyling 3:46.58 Itay Magidi 8:36.92 Martin Flynn 14:08.88 Yehezkel Halifa 28:56.80 Duane Ross 13.61 Greg Hines 50.64 Shelton Boyer 7’4”/2.23m Ryan Lewis 16’6.75”/5.05m Mitch Greeley 16’6.75”/5.05m Kai Maull 25’7.25”/7.80m Shai Carpenter ???/15.75m Mike Spiritoso 56’8”/17.27m Mike Columbus 176’1.5”/53.68m Colt Hodge 191’11”/58.50m Frank Crossen 208’8”/63.60m Eric Lander 7,018 pts

2006 1994 1999 1990 1989 2003 1984 1988 1992 1995 1983 2000 2005 1999 2012 1983 1975 2002 1986 1993

100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 1500 Meters Steeplechase 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Heptathlon

WOMEN - OUTDOOR Stormy Kendrick 11.25 Dezerea Bryant 22.97 Nia Fluker 53.48 Tina Krebs 2:02.07 Karen Hartmann 4:15.87 Alyssa Henshaw 11:07.19 Natalie Anthony 16:16.27 Ute Jamrozy 33:14.83 Bridgette Owens 13.05 Keni Harrison 56.72 Sharia Clinkscales 5’10”/1.77m Lauren Terstappen 13’3.75”/4.06m Monyetta Haynesworth 21’5.5”/6.54m Patricia Mamona 43’2.5”/13.17m Nikki Sims 50’4”/15.34m Jamine Moton 162’9”/49.60m Nikola Lomnicka 208’8”/63.61m Linda Buchholz 152’5”/46.46m Liane Weber 5,337 pts

2010 2012 2012 1983 1992 2011 2012 1986 2011 2012 1994 2011 1992 2007 1994 1998 2009 2007 2007

Shai Carpenter

Nia Fluker ClemsonTigers.com


FACILITY RECORDS CLEMSON INDOOR FACILITY

MEN 60 Dash 200 Dash 300 Dash 400 Dash 500 Meters 800 Meters 1000 Meters Mile 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 60 Hurdles 4x200 4x400 DMR High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Weight Throw Heptathlon

Jacoby Ford Walter Dix Warren Fraser Ricardo Chambers Leford Green Sherridan Kirk Shawn Roberts Tom Lancashire Matt Clark Andrew Lemoncello Ronnie Ash W. Charlotte TC South Carolina Bucking, Wood Wilson, Lancashire Jerome Miller George Fields James Lemons Thorston Mueller Reese Hoffa Cory Martin Miller Moss

WOMEN 60 Dash 200 Dash 300 Dash 400 Dash 500 Meters 800 Meters 1000 Meters Mile 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 55 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 4x200 4x400 DMR High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw 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

83 ROCK NORMAN OUTDOOR TRACK

6.52 21.12 34.51 47.15 1:03.50 1:51.01 2:25.84 4:03.44 8:15.21 14:00.96 7.66 1:30.36 3:12.95 9:50.41

Clemson Florida State Clemson Florida State Johnson C. Smith Auburn Georgia Tech Florida State Clemson Florida State Unattached W. Charlotte TC South Carolina Florida State

2007 2007 2011 2007 2011 2005 2011 2007 2008 2007 2011 2004 2005 2007

7’4.25” 25’4.5” 52’8.25” 17’9.25” 69’11” 75’10.25” 5,903 pts

Georgia Tech Unattached Georgia Tech Virginia Tech NY Athletic Club Auburn Clemson

2009 2012 2008 2007 2006 2007 2011

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

MEN 100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 1500 Meters Steeplechase 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 4x200 4x400 High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Decathlon

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 Marcel Lomnicky Scott Russell Mateo Sossah

WOMEN 100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Meters 1500 Meters 3000 Meters Steeplechase 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 4x200 4x400 Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Heptathlon

Latasha Colander Latasha Colander Lashinda Demus Leontine Tsiba Aubree Worden Claire Forbes Jennifer Dunn Kerry Robinson Betty Springs Melissa Morrison Queen Harrison Clemson Track Club Robinson, Weston Cutchin, Bouyer Florida State Clemson April Sinkler Patricia Mamona Chaunte Howard Lacy Janson Laura Gerraughty Teri Steer Erin Gilreath Lavern Eve Liane Weber

Jacoby Ford

9.96 20.25 45.14 1:48.08 3:43.70 8:35.90 13:55.44 29:32.28 13.22 48.73 38.97

Clemson Florida State Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Savannah Int. Clemson Unattached NC State Nike Unattached Clemson

2008 2010 1998 2012 1999 1983 1994 2010 1998 1998 1998

1:23.5

Clemson

1980

3:03.38

Georgia Tech

1992

7’4.25” 27’1.25” 54’9.25” 18’1.75” 67’5.5” 201’7” 242’9” 250’11” 7,667 pts

North Carolina Alabama Unattached Virginia Tech NY Athl. Club Unattached Viginia Tech Kansas North Carolina

2003 2001 2000 2006 2003 1998 2011 2000 2010

11.03 22.52 51.65 2:05.69 4:19.02 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 Florida State Virginia Florida State Clemson N.C. State Reebok Virginia Tech Clemson Clemson

2006 2005 2006 2000 2012 1990 2010 1983 1983 1998 2010 2000 1999

3:31.84 3:31.84 21’9.5” 46’2.75” 6’2.25” 13’10” 61’9” 198’1” 230’1” 196’6” 5,928 pts

Florida State Clemson Clemson Clemson Georgia Tech Florida State North Carolina Nike NYAC Spd. Dynamics Clemson

1999 2001 2011 2011 2005 2004 2003 2002 2004 2000 2010

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MEN’S COACHING RECORDS

84 YEAR COACH ACC 1953-54 Rock Norman 6th 1954-55 Rock Norman 7th 1955-56 Rock Norman 5th 1956-57 Rock Norman 5th 1957-58 Banks McFadden 5th 1958-59 Banks McFadden 5th 1959-60 Banks McFadden 5th 1960-61 P. Wee Greenfield 4th 1961-62 P. Wee Greenfield 3rd 1962-63 P. Wee Greenfield 4th 1963-64 P. Wee Greenfield 5th 1964-65 P. Wee Greenfield 6th 1965-66 P. Wee Greenfield 6th 1966-67 P. Wee Greenfield 3rd 1967-68 P. Wee Greenfield 7th 1968-69 P. Wee Greenfield 5th 1969-70 P. Wee Greenfield 5th 1970-71 P. Wee Greenfield 5th 1971-72 P. Wee Greenfield 3rd 1972-73 P. Wee Greenfield 4th 1973-74 P. Wee Greenfield 6th 1974-75 I.M. Ibrahim 6th 1975-76 I.M. Ibrahim 4th 1976-77 I.M. Ibrahim 4th 1977-78 Sam Colson 4th 1978-79 Sam Colson 4th 1979-80 Sam Colson 2nd 1980-81 Sam Colson NA 1981-82 Sam Colson NA 1982-83 Colson/Williams NA 1983-84 Wade Williams NA 1984-85 Narewski/Williams NA 1985-86 Wade Williams NA 1986-87 Wade Williams 1st 1987-88 Wade Williams 3rd 1988-89 Bob Pollock 1st 1989-90 Bob Pollock 1st 1990-91 Bob Pollock 1st 1991-92 Bob Pollock 1st 1992-93 Bob Pollock 1st 1993-94 Bob Pollock 2nd 1994-95 Bob Pollock 2nd 1995-96 Bob Pollock 3rd 1996-97 Bob Pollock 1st

INDOOR OUTDOOR NCAA ACC NCAA -- 6th --- 6th --- 4th --- 6th --- 5th --- 5th --- 5th --- 5th --- 5th --- 4th --- 2nd T-53rd -- 2nd T-49th -- 6th --- 3rd --- 3rd --- 5th --- 3rd --- 6th --- 4th --- 6th --- 5th --- 3rd --- 5th --- 5th --- 5th T-23rd -- 6th -T-37th 1st T-30th T-48th 3rd T-33rd T-37th 1st 19th T-40th 2nd T-40th -- 3rd T-75th 54th 2nd T-44th -- 2nd 30th T-18th 2nd T-41st T-51st 3rd T-15th 8th 1st T-23rd 23rd 1st 46th 44th 1st 13th 2nd 2nd 12th 2nd 1st 10th T-24th 3rd 11th 11th 3rd T-10th -- 3rd 17th 25th 1st T-17th

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD - BY THE NUMBERS All-Time ACC Championships Indoor Track & Field - 12; Outdoor Track & Field - 11 All-Time ACC Runner-Up Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 8; Outdoor Track & Field - 14 All-Time ACC Finishes By Meet Indoor Track & Field First - 12; Second - 8; Third - 6; Fourth - 7; Fifth - 12; Sixth - 6;Seventh - 2 Outdoor Track & Field First - 11; Second - 14; Third - 10; Fourth - 4; Fifth - 12; Sixth - 8 All-Time NCAA Top 25 Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 17; Outdoor Track & Field - 17 All-Time NCAA Appearances Indoor Track & Field - 30; Outdoor Track & Field - 36 NCAA Appearances By Coach Indoor Track & Field Colson - 3; Williams - 4; Pollock - 19; Johnson - 4

Outdoor Track & Field Greenfield - 2; Colson - 4; Williams - 6; Pollock - 20; Johnson - 4 YEAR COACH ACC 1997-98 Bob Pollock 1st 1998-99 Bob Pollock 1st 1999-00 Bob Pollock 1st 2000-01 Bob Pollock 1st 2001-02 Bob Pollock 1st 2002-03 Bob Pollock 2nd 2003-04 Bob Pollock 2nd 2004-05 Bob Pollock 2nd 2005-06 Bob Pollock 2nd 2006-07 Bob Pollock 2nd 2007-08 Bob Pollock 3rd 2008-09 Lawrence Johnson 5th 2009-10 Lawrence Johnson 6th 2010-11 Lawrence Johnson 5th 2011-12 Lawrence Johnson 5th

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Bob Pollock ClemsonTigers.com

INDOOR OUTDOOR NCAA ACC NCAA T-3rd 1st T-11th 3rd 2nd 19th 10th 1st 10th T-20th 1st T-57th 7th 2nd T4th T-28th 2nd T-70th T-56th 1st T-68th T-48th 2nd T-37th T-65th 2nd T-26th 15th 2nd 24th 12th 2nd T-21st T-23rd 6th T-40th T-53rd 5th -T-22nd 4th T-38th T-45th 5th T-40th


WOMEN’S COACHING RECORDS WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD - BY THE NUMBERS All-Time ACC Championships Indoor Track & Field - 4; Outdoor Track & Field - 5 All-Time ACC Runner-Up Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 9; Outdoor Track & Field - 4 All-Time ACC Finishes By Meet Indoor Track & Field First - 4; Second - 9; Third - 4; Fourth - 2 ; Fifth - 2; Sixth - 1 Eighth - 2; Ninth - 1; 11th - 1

Outdoor Track & Field First - 5; Second - 4; Third - 4; Fourth - 4; Fifth - 4; Sixth - 3 Seventh - 3; Eighth - 2; 10th - 1 All-Time NCAA Top 25 Finishes Indoor Track & Field - 10; Outdoor Track & Field - 9 All-Time NCAA Appearances Indoor Track & Field - 21; Outdoor Track & Field - 23 NCAA Appearances By Coach Indoor Track & Field Colson, Garner, 1; Coffman - 9; Noad - 6; Johnson - 4

Outdoor Track & Field Colson - 2; Coffman - 9; Garner - 1; Noad - 7; Johnson - 4

Lawrence Johnson YEAR COACH ACC *1981-82 Sam Colson -- *1982-83 Sam Colson -- *1983-84 Sam Colson -- *1984-85 Wayne Coffman -- 1985-86 Wayne Coffman -- 1986-87 Wayne Coffman 6th 1987-88 Wayne Coffman 4th 1988-89 Wayne Coffman 2nd 1989-90 Wayne Coffman 2nd 1990-91 Wayne Coffman 2nd 1991-92 Wayne Coffman 1st 1992-93 Wayne Coffman 2nd 1993-94 Wayne Coffman 3rd 1994-95 Wayne Coffman 2nd 1995-96 Wayne Coffman 2nd 1996-97 Wayne Coffman 3rd 1997-98 Ron Garner 2nd 1998-99 Ron Garner 8th 1999-00 Ralph White 8th 2000-01 Marcia Noad 2nd 2001-02 Marcia Noad 4th 2002-03 Marcia Noad 9th 2003-04 Marcia Noad 3rd 2004-05 Marcia Noad 5th 2005-06 Marcia Noad 11th 2006-07 Marcia Noad 5th 2007-08 Marcia Noad 8th 2008-09 Lawrence Johnson 3rd 2009-10 Lawrence Johnson 1st 2010-11 Lawrence Johnson 1st 2011-12 Lawrence Johnson 1st

INDOOR OUTDOOR NCAA ACC NCAA -- -- T-32nd T-10th 5th T-20th -- 4th -12th 6th T-35th 12th 5th T-23rd -- 7th --- 5th --- 3rd -41st 3rd 33rd 35th 1st T-12th 22nd 2nd 17th 33rd 2nd T-26th 29th 4th --- 3rd -T-33rd 4th T-49th 50th 3rd -33rd 2nd --- 1st --- 7th -3rd 2nd T-7th 21st 5th T-20th -- 4th T-36th T-51st 6th T-34th T-21st 6th T-32nd -- 10th -T-34th 8th --- 7th -T-51st 8th -T-7th 1st 18th 11th 1st 7th T-5th 1st T-4th

Note: * - Clemson only competed in distance events in the indicated seasons; a full women’s track & field program began in 1985-86.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

86 MEN A Abel, David Abbott, J.R. Abdul-Mateen, Jameel Acker, Darius Ackis, K.W. Adams, David Adams, E.D. Adams, J.L. Adams, O.A. Adams, Spencer Albers, Richard Alexander, Gerard Alexander, Steve Alexander, N.C. Alexander, Travis Alge, Danny Allen, Burgess Allen, Charles Allen, Donald Allen, G.A. Altman, J.E. Ameigh, Doug Anderson, Gwantaveus Anderson, R.H. Andrews, A.T. Andrews, Marquis Armstead, Larry Arnold, William Armstrong, J. Armstrong, W.R. Aull, A.H. Autrey, Scott B Barrow, Brit Bartley, Howard Barton, Mike Barton, Stephen Batson, H.E. Beck, David Beachler, David Beason, J.P. Beattie, Richard Beckett, J.T. Beckett, T.A. Beecher, Andrew Bell, Jason Bell, R.C. Benz, G.P. Berg, Zach Bird, S.L. Black, Marcus Blackwell, J.E. Blakeney, C.R. Blakeney, W.C. Blakeney, W.E. Bolling, Michael Boobas, John Borghans, Marcus Bosler, Robert Bosse, George Botchway, Kingsley Bowen, J.B. Boyer, Shelton Boynton, Mark Bramlette, Joe Brauer, David Brennen, J.E. Brewer, Jason Brantley, Craig Britton, Elijah Brock, D.C. Brown, Bruce Brown, Corey Brown, George Brown, John Brown, K.B. Brown, Marcus Brown, W.J. Browning, Michael Bruce, Matt Bryant, L. Bryant, W.L. Bryce, F.J. Bryce, W. Bryfczynski, Sam Buck, G.R. Bulla, Kevin Buechler, David

Burch, Greg Burke, Robert 1999 1955 2012 2004-05 1934 2000, 2003 1962-64 1929 1928-31 2010-12 1966-67, 69 1994-95 1997-2000 1965-66 2000-02 2004-06 1973-75 1997-2000 1976-77 1947 1933 1999-02 2007-08 1959 1928-29 2004 1991-94 1996 1931 1932 1943 1995-96 2001-04 1995 2002-03 1969-70 1951 1993 1984-85,87-88 1956-57-58 1987-88 1939,41-42 1940 1990-93 2004-07 1965-66-67 1966-67 2007-08, 2010 1960 1986-87 1933-34 1928-29 1930-31 1943 2002-05 1988-89 1982 1970-74 1974-75 1977 1954-56 1983-84,86-87 1973-74 1956-57 1988-91 1949-50 1996-98 1977 2012 1951 1975-76 2006-08 1974 1956-57 1993 2012 1946-49 1973 2008 1938-39 1936-37 1937-39 1937 2007-08 1953-55 1996-98 1976-78

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Calhoun, F.H. Calvert, J.W. Camarda, Jack Cameron, T.S. Campbell, Iain Cannon, F.W. Caramanico, Nick Carpenter, Shai Cargill, T.C. Carter, R.A Carter, R.M. Carusoe, D.H. Carver, D.K. Caskin, M.D. Cason, C.R. Cassagrande, Peter Casteel, Clayton Caston, Stephen Caton, Jeff Chambers, Carlton Chambers, H. C. Chandler, Dennis Chapman, R.D. Cheney, Roy Chiles, George Christy, Todd Clark, Larry Clark, Matt Clarkson, Hunter Cloud, R.P. Cochran, B. Coddington, Jms Coffman, Wayne Collins, David Collins, Edward Collins, Roger Coln, W.A. Columbus, Michael Cone, F.H. Connelly, Mike Copeland, Joel Copes, Garrick Cory, A.H. Counts, T.W. Coursey, J.T. Cox, Rim A. Craig, J. Craig, Joe Crapps, Michael Crawford, Shawn Credle, Walter Crossen, Frank Cureton, W.M. Currie, Airese Currie, Rudy Curry, J.A. Curtis, Clayton Cuttino, Charles

1937-39 1949-51 1987-88 1956-58 1982-84 1931 2004 2012 1941 1936-37 1954-55 1962,64-65 1958-60 1952 1950-52 1980-82 1992 1975-76 1981-82,84 1995-98 1947-48 1969-71 1958 2003-06 1984-86 2012 1987-90 2004-05, 2007-08 1966-67 1950 1952-53 1980-83 1979-80 2000-01 1969-70 1969-70 1931 1975-76,78 1964-65-66 1999-01 1970-73 2000-03 1953-57 1952-54 1948 1986,88-90 1931-33 2011 1974-76 1997-2000 1975-76 1986,88-89 1947-49 2002-04 1994-98 1932-33 2004 1961 D

Daley, Raymond Dalton, Stanley Daniels, Ben David, Claude Davidson, Ian Davis, D.C. Davis, George Davis, Brian Davis, S.T. Daye, Robert deAlmeida, Jeffrey deBrouwer, Robert Dechausey, Marlon DeGeorgio, Michael Delli Carpini, Claudio Demers, Ryan Dettman, Matt Diaz, Esteban Dickens, A.W. Dickerson, G.L. Dickson, J.B. DiCola, Damian Dillard, B.J. Diver, W.T. Doar, L.H. Dobbins, W.L. Dobbs, R.S. Dodd, Murray

1980-81 1976 2004 1979 1973-77 1955 1979 1997-98 1928-29 1979-80 1983 1985 1995 1967 2010 1999-00 1985 1996-99 1955-56 1939-40-41 1942 1995-98 2000 1937 1952 1937-38 1963-65 1990-92

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.

1948-49 1991 1947 1992 1977 1946 1963-65 1967-69 1975-76 1958-60 1961-63 1991 1946 1964-66 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.

1948 1999 1991 1930 1970 1988-92 1958-61 1952-53 1974 2002-05 1965-66 1962-63 1952 1986-87 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 Folger, M.Y. Folger, T.M. Ford, H. Ford, Jacoby Fowler, Josh Francis, Mitchel Franklin, J.H. Franklin, Kenny Fraser, Warren Frazer, H.E. Frazer, Mike Frendenberger, O.L. Freret, W.A. Fritts, G.H. Froelick, R.S. Frye, Timothy Fulmer, J.L. Funk, Wolfgang Furst, Richard

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 1952-54 1934-36 1934 2007-09 2008-11 1994-95 1942-43 1996-99 2010-12 1949 1994-96 1950-52 1951-53 1940-42 1952 1978-79 1933 1974-75 1969-70 G

Galloway, G.G. Gardner, Rashad Gaskin, M.D. Gaulden, W.E. Geer, David George, E.M. George, Kenneth Gerrard, Neal Gibson, Joe Gichaba,Naftal Giesler, Andy Gilbert, D.P. Gilbert, Trevor Gill, Davidson Gilpin, D.W. Gilson, Derek Godfrey, Adam Goodenough, Terry Goodman, J.L. Graham, B.J. Graham, C.C. Grant, T.F.

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1974 2003-06 1951-53 1951 1976-78 1954-55 1975-77 1973-75 1998-99 1990-91 2000-01 1961-63 1992-93 1995-96,98-99 1956 2003-05 1990-91 1980-81 1940-41 1951 1940-42 1938

Gray, Thomas Greeley, Mitch Green, J.H. Green, Michael Green, R.L. Greenlee, Larry Gresham, P. Greyling, Philip Griffen, F.C. Griffin, Larry Grimes, John P. Grist, Dee Gross, Chris Guldberg, Mogens Gunn, Matt Guy, Trenton

1988-90 2005-08 1936-37 1990-93 1965-67 1993-95 1946 1989-91 1953 2001-04 1980-82 1996 2003 1985 2002 2008-09 H

Haack, Scott Halifa, Yehezkel Hall, David Hall, Delton Hardee, J.G. Hardwick, J.H. Harkness, Jack Harper, Jacey Harris, Joe Hartle, Michael Hartzler, David Harvin, L.C. Harvin, S.A. Haynes, Aaron Haughey, J.P. Headlam, Charles Heiss, Michael Heister, Andrew Helinski, Matt Hendershot, Nathan Hendricks, G.H. Herlong, F.W. Herrington, Ter. Hess, Benjamin Hill, D.M. Hill, Jack Hill, J.R. Hill, Rick Hill, Tye Hines, Dennis Hines, Greg Hinson, L.C. Hinton, Arthur Hobbs, Brent Hodge, Colt Hodge, Marcus Hodges, H.M. Hogan, Kevin Hogarth, C.P. Holland, Frank Holley, H.E. Holliday, Todd Holmes, Brandon Holshouser, W. Holt, Chad Hood, Greg Hopkins, Tom Horne, Tony Hortz, Gene Howard, R.S. Howle, Arthur Howe, Bryant Hudgens, Myron Hudson, R.W. Huey, C.O. Huey, Terrance Huff, J.R. Huff, Roderick Hunter, R.V. Hunter, Ryan Hyman, Robert I Ibeh, Robert Ifill, Grafton Irwin, Josh Ikenegbu, Chukwemeka Isaacs, Greg Iverson, Bryce Ivey, F.M. J Jackson, La’Mont Jackson, W.B. Jackson, W.M.

1978-79,81 1988-89 1969-70 1984-87 1943-47 1948-49 1982 2000-03 1995-96 1978-82 1994-98 1930 1929 1995-98 1981-83 1977 1977 1980-83 1994-97 2011-12 1939-40 1936-37 1985,87-89 1998-01 1933 1969-70 1965 2001-04 2002-05 1989-90 1995-98 1936 2005 2003-06 2002 2000-03 1952-53 1993-95 1931-32 1989-91 1943 1993-96 2005 1947-50 2008-09 1990 1995,97-99 1995-96 1974-75 1929-30 1970-73 2001-02 1982 1949-50 1963-65 2002 1938 1975-76,78 1940 2003-04 1976 2003-05 2003 1996 1976 2004-05 2007-08 1941-43 2010-12 1962-64 1949-50


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS James, Charlie James, R.R. Jaspers, Stijn Jefferson, James Jellison, Mark Jenkins, Wayne Johnson, Kerwin Jones, Carl Jones, Jeff Jones, Tony Jordan, H.R. Jordan, L. W. Joyner, N.P. Justus, J.H. Jutzeler, Herman

1988-91 1961,63-64 1983-84 1982-83 1999-00 1970-73 1983-86 1967-69 1982-85 1987-90 1947 1929 1936-37 1931 1975-77 K

Kauffman, Mike Kautz, Scott Kayser, Ian Keasler, Rodney Keeshen, Michael Kennedy, Matt Kennedy, Ron, Jr. Kelley, J.D. Kessler, Andrew Kightlinger, N.B. King, T.W. Kirby, C.E. Kirk, Brent Kirk, David Kirk, Trent Kitchens, C.W. Kitchens, E.L. Kitchens, George Kivett, R.G. Klein, Craig Klotzbach, Adam Knapp, Brian Knight, Anthony Knight, Odious Koeleman, Hans Koontz, Ryan Kopanski, Michael Kozlowski, Christopher Kremer, Dov Krichko, Lennie Kulikowski, Roy

1993-94 2003-05 1980-83 1986-89 1974-75 2000 1998 1969 2002-03,06 1961 1961-63 1953-55 1995 1980-82 1995-97 1931 1936-38 2002-05 1947-49 1996-97 2001-04 2006 1990-93 1966-67 1980-83 2004-07 2011 1994-95 1987-89 1978 1974-75 L

Lachiotte, A.S. Lachiotte, F.W. Lander, Eric Langstaff, Witt Latham, B.M. Latham, Bob Latimer, P.H. Lawson, Ludlow Leitner, F.W. Leland, E.C. Lelieveld, Wybo Lennox, Graig Lester, J.E. Lewis, H.W. Lewis, Ryan Limehouse, J.L. Lineberger, J.M. Linkenauger, Adam Lipscomb, J.L. Livingston, Noyes Lloyd, Tony Lombardi, Matt Lorelle, R.J. Lovings, Shauntae Lowry, Bruce Lumpkins, Jay Lynch, R.B. Lynn, W.G.

1939,41-42 1928-29 1993-96 1973-75 1932 1998-99 1932 1975-77 1942 1962-63-64 1982-84 1995 1928-30 1951 2000-03 1960 1929-30 2004-07 1933-34 1988 1998-01 2001-04 1952 2001-02 1967 2006-07 1947 1932-34 M

Mack, Julius Magidi, Itay Mahaffey, Joel Major, C.S. Manbury, F.G. Maner Mangone, Ryan Mann, J.G. Manos, W.K. Marbury, Felix Marchbanks Martin, B. Mason, A.F.

1970 2003, 2005-07 1967 1955 1943 1928 2010 1943 1965-67 1947 1928 1931 1953-54

Matthews, Dean Matthews, Todd Mathis, Bill Matlack, Dave Maull, Kai Maxey, Marcus Mazur, Steve McAlister, Mark McCaffrey, Paul McConnell, S.W. McConnell, T.S. McCown, F.O. McCoy, P.H. McCrossen, Bryan McDaniel, Terrance McFadden, Banks McGeehan, Russell McGowan, Calvin McKay, A.S. McKnight, David McKoy, Mark McLoughlin, N.E. McMillan, John McSwain, Chuck McSwain, Rodney Meany, Jason Messam, Cornel Metz, F.E. Mgbo, Tony Miller, S.C. Milligan, Dalton Mills, Cowin Milton, George Mirabito, Mark Mitchell, A.T. Modibo, Ato Moon, John E. Mooney, C.W. Moore, G.S. Moore, Geoff Moore, Ralston Moorman, Anthony Morehead, J.L. Morey, Tyler Morgan, Donald Morgan, F. Morgan, L.V. Morgan, N.J. Morrison, P.C. Moses, Greg Moss, Miller Mulder, Jacques Murchison, Randall Murdock, Justin Murphree, H.W. Murphy, Danny Murphy, Shaun Murrell, Tom Myers, P.C.

1975-77 1999-02 1958-59 1988 1999-01, 2003 2011-12 1993 1980 1988-89 1934-36 1936-37 1943 1936 1993-96 2001-04 1938-40 1994 1990-91 1950 1979-80 1980 1963-65 1997 1982-83 1982-84 1999-03 1979-82 1953-56 1976-78 1953 1991 2006-08 1987 1999-00 1952-55 1999-02 1970-73 1949 1939-40 1990 1975 1999-00 1959-61 2008 1970 1940-42,46 1943-47 1982-83 1960 1985-86,89 2008-11 1988-89 1984 2009-12 1955-57 1993 1997-99 1967 1969-70 N

Ndiaye, Joseph Neary, Mike Nelson, A.H. Nelson, William Newlin, David Noble, Will

1997-98 1989-91 1963-65 1970-73 1993-96 2006-07, 2009-10 O

O’Cain, C.L. O’Dell, J.B. Odom, L.A. Ogaro, Julius Oliver, Enayat Olson, Eric O’Rourke, Joey Oxford, John

1964-66-67 1928-29 1952-53 1980-81 1992-95 1984-85 2007-08 1969 P

Pacheco, Jorge Padgett, Alex Padgett, Travis Parks, N.C. Parks, Terrence Parrott, D.L. Pasley, J.H. Patterson, E.R. Pauga, Scott Payne, W.E. Pendleton, Clay Pennington, C.W. Perry, Lydell Peterson, Andy

1991-92 2008-11 2006-08 1933-34 1986 1937-39 1940-41 1930 2008 1941 2003, 2005-06 1937-39 2004-06 1995-97

Peterson, Kenneth Phillips, Marcus Pierce, Harold Pimentel, Matt Pitchford, Charles H. Poe, W.N. Pool, E.M. Poole, C.E. Porter, Andrew Potter, Ian Pridgen, Terry Pulkinen, C.S. Putnam, Jason

87 1985 1996-97 1943 2002-05 1967 1946 1964-66 1963-65 2006-08 1999-02 1992-93 1946-49 1998

Q Quattlebaum, D.E.

1955 R

Radcliff, C.F. Radcliff, W.A. Radziwinski, Mike Ralph, Stewart Ramey, Robert Rasch, Thomas Rauch, Robbie Rawls, O.G. Rayle, R.F. Reckner, Jason Reese, C.J. Reilly, Sean Reke, Thomas Rencher, Darwin Revell, W.H. Reveria , A.L. Reynolds, Malcolm Rice, Joseph Richards, Clarence Richards, J.G. Richards, Ronald Richardson, Eddie Richardson, R.R. Riley, R.A. Rion, A.H. Rispress, Jordan Roach, Kendrick Roberson, Jaron Roberts, J.C. Roberts, R.W. Robinson, E.D. Robinson, Kyle Robinson, Will Rogers, J.M. Rolle, Charlton Romero, Frank Ross, R. Duane Ross, Jack Ross, John Royster, Chris Rucker, Erick Rumple, Charles Rush, Lawrence Russell, Wesley Rushton, H.G. Rutherford, Ahmad Ryans, Larry Rzewuski, Keith

1952 1952 1989 1974,76,78 1976 1976-78 1998 1933 1948-50 1995-98 1965-66 2004-07 1983 1985-87 1952-53 1950 2000-01 1978-79 1994-95 1941 2002-05 1986-88 1950-52 1942-43 1940 2010-11 1991-94 2012 1955 1933-34 1933-34 1994 2011 1946 2010 1970 1992-95 1943 1948 1995-97 1978-81 1969 1970-73 1992-93 1948-50 2004 1990-92,94 1999-00 S

Sahadi, Raymond Sams, Bob Sanders, T.C. Schenek, David Schoen, Chris Schroeder, F.E. Scott, Charles Scott, Douglas Scott, Joshua Scuffins, Jeffrey Sease, Jody Sease, J.D. Seesman, Paul Seybold, John Shame, R.W. Sharp, Mark Sharpe, Jeff Shaw, J. S. Shaw, Kyle Shaw, Scott Sheats, Mickey Shirley, William Sikes, D.L. Sills, K.G. Simmons, Wilbur

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1975 1981-82 1951 2001 1983-85 1940 1979 1975 1993-97 1983-84 1984 1956-57 1970-73 1980-81,83-84 1953-54 1980 1983,86-87 1962-64 2005 2000-03 2005 1967 1965-66 1941 1957-59

Skov, Henrik Slate, Chris Slattery, J.G. Sloan, Michael Smalls, Victor Smith, Cormac Smith, D.W. Smith, David Smith, Eugene Smith, Frank Smith, James Smith, Joey Smith, Richard Smith, R.N. Smith, W.H. Smythe, Kevin Snow, Eric Snyder, Paul Soder, Eric Soggs, John B. Spain, Otto Spear, Chris Spearman, W.C. Spencer, Peter Spiller, C.J. Spiritoso, Mike Spooner, R.J. Steedly, J.R. Stewart, Bill Stewart, George Stone, W.O. Stoudemire, D.O. Stover, L.A.M. Strawderman, Dan Stroup, Shane Suber, Quincy Sutter, E.H. Swafford, R.P. Swaggard, Travis Sykes, Keith

1986-88 2010-12 1951-52 1987-89 1983-86 1994 1941 2003-04 1969 1961 1966-67 1981-82 1989 1930 1955 1990-93 1979-80 1957-59 2004 1987-89 2000-03 2007-10 1943 1967 2007-09 1983-84,86-87 1955-57 1956-57,60 1978 1979 1955 1932 1963 1985 1975-77,79 1987-88 1962-64 1958-60 2007-09 1986-87 T

Talbert, Scott Taul, Mark Taylor, James Thalheimer, Cory Thomas, Doug Thomas, Dwight Thomas, Shawn Thomason, J.E. Thompson, J.R. Thompson, Matt Thornhill, D.N. Thorp, John Tienda, Jorge Tillison, Fred Tindall, R.M. Tinsley, H.D. Tisdale, J.W. Toatley, Ter. Tomsic, Jason Tooman, Matt Towns, R.C. Townsend, J.C. Trapp, James Tribble, F.V. Tromp, Xavier Tucker, Sultan Turnbull, Jasen Turner, H. Tyler, Walt

1985 1976-77 1967-69 2011-12 1988-91 2002 1994-97 1941 1948-49 2001-02 1943 1992-95 1998 1993,95-96 1965-67 1956-58 1955 1980-83 1996-97 1996-98 1964 1948-51 1990-92 1936 2010 1998-01 2008-11 1929 1957-59 U

Unlig, Walt

1957-58 V

Vance, J. Vance, R.B. Van de Kerkove, Peter Van Sice, Wade Van Wageninge, Rob Varn, Joe Varner, Brett Ventruella, George Vincze, Edward Vogel, George

1931 1932-33 1986 1998-99 2000 1982-83 2000-02 1957 1979-81 1978-79 W

Wackwitz, J.H. Wafford, Dion Walcott, Desmond Walker, J.G. Walker, M.E. Walsch, Thomas

1969-70 1987-90 1979 1956 1939-41 1985-87


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88 Ward, A.W. Ward, H.E. Ware, Torian Washington, Tony Watson, Dan Watson, K.M. Watters, Derek Weaver, A.E. Webb, J.E. Weise, Van Welcome, Antwoine Wells, J.D. West, Andy Wheatley, Michael Wheeler, Anthony White, S.M. White, Stephen Whitmire, H.D. Whitmire, J.B. Whitney, J.L. Whitney, J.T. Whittemore, Fred Whitten, W.C. Wiggins, Clay Wilcher, Sam Williams, Bryan Williams, Desai Williams, H.M. Williams, J.A. Williams, J.E. Williams, Jeremichael Williams, R.N. Williams, Undre Willimon, Gene 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.

1985 1939-40 2012 1998-01 1992-93 1934 1994 1942 1932 1980-81 1991-93 1952 1983-84 1992-93 1994-97 1955 2009 1930-31 1947-48 1939 1937-38 1960-62 1946 1999 1991 1997-2000 1979-80 1955-56 1956 1949 1996-98 1948-49 1995 1928 1939 1987-88 1992-94 1931-32 1934 1936-37 1991-93 1988-91 1931 1951 1991-93 1978-82 1985-86 1992-93 2002-05 1962-64 Y

Yarborough, Dillard Yawn, Mike

1934 1978 Z

Zanes, Richard Zehnder, Lawrence Zeiher, Fred Zungoli, Nichlas

1973-75 1973-74 1973-75 1970-73 WOMEN A

Adams, Kelli Ahern, Beth Alston, Chiconna Austin, Sonni Avery, Tonya Avon, Theresa L.

1995 1997-2000 1995-96 2010-12 1992-93, 1995 1987-88 B

Barnes, Virginia Barringer, Krystal Blankenship, Wendy Blanton, Brianna Blount, Kameron Bond, Caroline Borisko, Elyse Bouyer, Nikkie Bradshaw, Allison Breit, Elsa Briggs, Angela Briscoe, Jennifer Broe, Anne C. Brown, Simone Browne, Kathleen M. Brunson, Jasmine Bryant, Dezerea Buchholz, Linda Buffo, Stephanie Burgher, Michelle Burris, Jeannie

1994-95 2007-08 1997 2012 1997-2000 2012 2012 1996, 1998-99 2003-05 1985-88 1995 1982-83 1986-87 1998-99 1982 2010-12 2012 2007-10 2009-11 2001 1987-90

O Oliveira, Gisele Owens, Bridgette

2002-05 2011-12 P

Parak, Lisa Parker, Ra’Sheena Perry, Tia Pettinen, Katja Phillips, Casey Phillips, Jodie Pickett, Katie Pitocchelli, Britta Polovick, Julie Power, Joanne Prescod, Gail Pringley, Brittany

1989-91 2008 2006 1995-97-99 2004 1992-95 2001-04 1991 1996-99 1986-87,1989 1992-93 2010 Q

Quick, Jelyn

2004 R

Kim Ruck C Campbell, Alysha Cartlidge, Laura Castagno, Joanie Charles, Tiffany Clark, Della Clinkscales, Sharia Collins, Tina Copeland, Dana Costa, Joana Cousins, Jessica Cruse, Denise Cuffee, Patricia Curry, Danielle Cutchin, LaShonda

1995 2000 2009 2002 2004-07 1994-97 1989 1998-99 2000-03 2004-05 2003 1988-91 2011 1998-2001 D

Dillard, Lisa Dix, Thea Dolby, Angela Dortch, Marquita Duarte, Cindy

1989-91 2006-07 1989-92 2003 1981-84 E

Edgerson, Jasmine Elder, Kyana Ellis, Sarah Emeloff, Holly Engel, Christine Epps, Brantley Esposito, Sandra Evans, Anne Everett, Monique

2010-12 1999-2002 2000-01 1992 1993-96 1996-99 1989-90 1989-92 1991-92

Henderson, Anita C. Hicks, Stephanie Hillhouse, Janet Hill, Sierra Hinton, Randi Holloway, Nanette Holman, Tamika Hudgins, Jacqueline Hudson, Cessy J Jamrozy, Ute Janecic, Helena Jensen, Tina Johnson, Briana Johnson, Candice Johnson, Tabatha Jordan, Beth K

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H Hardy, Polly Harrison, Keni Hartikainen, Jessica Hartman, Abbey Hartman, Megan Hartmann, Karen Haughton, Keshia Haynesworth, Monyetta Heijnen, Desiree

1986-90 2010-12 2007-09 1996 1991-93 2001 1980-81 1993 2006-08 2007 1996 1983, 1985-87 2010-12 L

2010-11 2001-02 1989-92 1988-91 2012 1990-93 1993-96 2011-12 1994-97

Gailey, Susan L. Gaines, Andrea Gallo, Joan Gasparino, Christy Gauntlett, Kendra Golladay, Michaylin Goodwin, Tracy Gosselin, Mary Gracia, Monique Graham, Kim Greene, Mimi Griesback, Elizabeth Grondziak, Marsha Groulx, Gail

1986-88 1999-2000 1994-97 2011 2009 1989 2005-07

Kalikin,Michelle Kendrick, Stormy Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, Dee Dee Ketter, Pamela Keydoszius, Renee Kirwin, Barbara J. Kohler, Imke Kokayko, Rochelle Korhonen, Anni Kortesoja, Aija Krebs, Tina Kulik, Alyssa

F Farias, Karine Fields, Perry Fleetwood, Angel Fletcher, Marcia Fluker, Nia Foley, Edwina Ford, Meredith Fountain, Whitney Frazier, Trevi

1989-91 1997-99 1995 2006-07 2002, 2004-06 1989-92 1995-97 2002 1989,1991-93

1980-81 1999 1980-81 2011-12 2008 2009-11 1995 2001-03 2011-12 1991-93 1993 1991-93 1988-90 1991-92 2006-08 2012 1998 1999-2000 1995-98 1992-95 2002-03 1992-93 1985

Lasher, Kelly Leonard, Holly Littlejohn, Nyjla Littmann, Julianne Lomnicka, Nikola Lord, Elizabeth

1999 1999 2000-01 1996-99 2009 2001-03

Reed, Kenya Ressing, Mareike Robinson, Kerry Robinson, Nichole Robinson, Terri Rogers, Helen Rogers, Michelle Rollins, Brianna Ruck, Kim Rukat, Laura Ann Rutherford, Shakirah S Salt, Kristen Schillow, Diane Scholtz, Michelle Schoppman, Shannon Scott, Kristine Selby, Erika Shaw, Racquel Shephard, Judith Sims, Nikki Singleton, Courtney Sinkler, April Skak, Ane Smith, Christina Smith, Marcia Smith, Sheri Sobanjo, Ope Sosnowski, Michelle Stackhouse, Julie Stout, Aimee Stowell, Anne

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1988-91 2000 1988-91 1997-98, 2000 2008-10 1993 1998 1982-85 1994-97 1991-93 2008-12 1991 2004 2000-02 1999-2002 2006 1992-93 1999 1993-96 1999-2000 T

Taliaferro, Nancy Terstappen, Lauren Thomas, Angela Tomlinson, Simone Toothman, Kristi Topley, Tammy S. Trzcinski, Cynthia

1989-91 2011-12 2003 1995-98 2001 1987 1998 U

Ulfarsdottir, Silja Underhill, Christine

M Mamona, Patricia Manning, Melissa Masasu, Sudati Massey, Denise Mayo, Treshell McAuley, Ann Marie McFadden, Megan Ann McKelvey, Tonya McLane, Mandy McMillan, Patrice Meador, Jennifer Milosch, Jessica Miyamoto, Renata Montell, Annu Montgomery, Laurie Morris, Misha Morrison, Amy Mothersill, Cydonie Moton, Jamine Moultrie, Katrina Murray, Shannon Myers, Tiffany N Nett, Erin Nicholson, Lauren Norsworthy, Kim

2002 1991-93-95 1981-84 1995-96 1998-99, 2002 1985-89 2004 2010-12 2009-12 2002-03 2003-04

2002-05 1988 V

2007-11 1999 2004 1991-93 1993-96 1997-99 1980 1991-93 1998-99, 2001 2004, 2006-07 1998-01 1993 2006 1997 1982-85 2011 2009-10 2001 1998-99, 2001-02 2001-02, 2004 2000-03 1993

van Reenen, Erika Vereen, Aidra Voldness, Kirsti

1999-2000 1993-94 1985 W

Wachna, Bethanie Walker, Kimberly Waller, Brittney Walton, Patina Watt, Samantha Weber, Liane Weikert, Stephanie Wesh, Marlena Weston, Shekera Whaley, Danielle White, Rebecca Wilson, Anastasia Wilson, Shenita Wineglass, Nakeisha Wood, Emily Woods, Krystal Woolfolk, Karyn

2008, 2010 1980-83 2010-12 1990-91 1995-98 2007-11 1982-85 2011-12 1997-99, 2001 2002-03 2002 2007-09 1996-97 2007-08, 2010 1983-84 2003-06 1991-92 Y

Young, Sara 1999 2000-04 1996-97

2005 Z

Zabel, Stephanie Note: Current student-athletes in bold.

2000

2012-13 Clemson Track & Field Guide  

A look at the 2012-13 Clemson men's and women's track & field teams and the program's decorated history.