In their final meet before the ACC Championships, the Lady Tigers posted solid performances. The team will return to action next Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20-21, as Clemson hosts the 2004 ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships.
In Saturday's track action, Jessica Cousins was the Lady Tigers' top
finisher in the 60m dash, finishing fifth with a time of 7.66. Silja
Ulfarsdottir won the 200m dash with a time of 24.26, and Patrice
McMillan was Clemson's top finisher in the 400m, clocking a 58.33.
In the 800m run, Casey Phillips placed fourth with a season-best time
of 2:19.78 and Jennifer Barton recorded a lifetime-best in the mile
run, crossing the finish line in 5:16.80. Lauren Nicholson captured
the 60m hurdles title with a time of 8.59 to lead the Lady Tigers.
Jelyn Quick posted a season-best time of 8.77 in the event to finish
fourth, and Marquita Dortch placed seventh in 8.95.
Katrina Moultrie led the Lady Tiger long jumpers with a second-place
finish and season-best mark of 18'11.25", while Michelle Rogers
posted another season-best in the triple jump, recording a leap of
39'3.75" to place fourth. In the pole vault, Sara Young cleared a
season-best 11'11.75" to finish fourth. Della Clark and Allison
Bradshaw were fifth and sixth in the shot put with season-best marks
of 41'8" and 40'8.75", respectively. Clark was the top Lady Tiger in
the weight throw with a third-place finish and throw of 54'2.75", and
Krystal Woods placed fourth with a mark of 52'9.5".
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