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Feb. 16, 2002

Chapel Hill, NC – Jarrett Hagwood took home the bronze in two events, earning All-Conference honors in both the 60-meter hurdles and the long jump this weekend at the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships held at Chapel Hill. Hagwood took third in the long jump on Friday and followed it up with a duplicate finish in the 60-meter hurdles on Saturday as he ran 8.00. Kiamesha Otey, who took second in the long jump on Friday, scored in both the 60-meter and 200-meter dashes on Saturday as she finished fifth in the 60 (7.54) and seventh in the 200 (25.01). Carielle Doe and Kim Turko also took home All-Conference honors as Doe took the silver in the 400-meter dash (55.07) and Turko was the third-place finisher in the 60-meter hurdles (8.64). Naccole Guinn earned her second consecutive All-ACC nod in the triple jump, taking home the silver this year with her jump of 12.70m, the longest leap for a Cavalier this year.

Eliese Mitchell became the only Cavalier to score in more than one event other than Otey when she took sixth in the shot put today with her toss of 14.24m. Mitchell had placed fifth in the weight on Friday. Other scorers for the Cavaliers in the finals today included Sharon O’Connor, who took sixth in the mile in a season-best 4:48.40, and Curtrell Frye, who was sixth in the triple jump with a leap of 12.16. O’Connor’s time was an NCAA provisional qualifying mark. The women’s 1600m relay team took home sixth in the championship’s final event.

On the men’s side, the 1600m relay team took home the bronze with a season-best time of 3:18.88. The Cavaliers had a pair of scorers in the mile as Steve Gross finished sixth in a time of 4:13.82 and Walton Kingsbery finished in 4:14.88, good enough for eighth place. Matt Antunes took fourth in the 800m run in 1:53.85, and first-year Mike Riso beat his personal best by seven centimeters to leap 2.08m in the high jump, taking seventh place. Riso was one of only two freshmen to score in the high jump.

As a team, the Virginia women finished fifth overall with 63 points. Georgia Tech won the event with 122 points, and UNC finished second with 113. NCState (78.5) and Clemson (73) rounded out the top four. The Cavalier men finished seventh overall with 32 points.

WOMEN: 60m: Otey 7.54, 5th, Harvey, 7.74, Ingrid Marable, 8.01, 200m: Otey, 24.60q (25.01 7th), Doe, 24.83, Harvey, 26.06, 400m: Doe, 55.07, 2nd, 800m: Schultz, 2:14.28, O’Doherty, 2:14.68, Amy Eastwood, 2:19.90, Mile: O’Connor, 4:48.40, 6th, NCAA-P, Hampson, 4:55.01q, Schwartz, 4:59.43, Lauren Chaikin, 5:09.71, 3000m: Dawn Cleary, 9:48.25, Ellen Dwyer, 10:10.82, Hampson, 10:11.00, Maxwell, 10:14.06, Seaton, 10:29.65, 5000m: Ellen Dwyer, 17:14.44, Jane Maxwell, 17:25.11, Meghan McGarvey, 17:29.45, Ashley Seaton, 18:17.92, 60mHurdles: Turko, 8.64, 3rd, Naccole Guinn, 8.81, Curtrell Frye, 9.00, Calandra Miller, 9.80, HJ: Frye, 1.59m, Jessica Randolph, 1.59m, Miller, 1.54m, PV: Annica White, 3.45m, LJ: Otey, 6.20m, 2nd, Harvey, 5.78m, 6th, Guinn, 5.58m, Frye, 5.50m, Marable, 5.50m, TJ: Guinn, 12.70, 2nd, NCAA-P, Frye, 12.16m, WT: Mitchell, 18.47m, 5th, Chong, 15.13m, SP: Mitchell, 14.24m, Chong, 12.29m, 1600m Relay: 3:52.68, 6th, DMR: 11:52.20, 2nd

MEN: 60m: Clark, 6.85q, Scott Kimball, 7.00, Hagwood, 7.00, Xavier Richardson, 7.12, Orren Prunty, 7.13, 200m: Clark, 22.08q, Kimball, 22.25, Richardson, 23.07, Prunty, 23.12, 400m: Jason Young, 50.44, Eric Schulman, 50.79, Herb Reid, 52.17, 800m: Antunes, 1:53.79q, Zach Davis, 1:58.44, Mile: Gross, 4:13.82, 6th, Kingsbery, 4:11.72q, 3000m: Kingsbery, 8:35.72, Gross, 8:36.90, Thomas Ellis, 8:39.06, Will Christian, 8:43.95, David Glynn, 8:52.92, Justin Wood, 8:53.99, 5000m: Ellis, 15:00.49, Wood, 15:10.41, Jeff Binggeli, 15:17.56, Andrew Filachek, 15:21.43, 60m Hurdles: Hagwood, 7.95q, Gemayel Hazard, 8.29, Scott Robinson, 8.46, Reid, 8.49, Trumaine Pendleton, 8.58, LJ: Hagwood, 7.23m, 3rd, Pendleton, 6.48, TJ: Pendleton, 13.72m, PV: Cory Smith, 4.40m, HJ, Riso, 2.08, 7th, SP: Vincent, 13.68m, 1600m relay, 3:18.88, 3rd, DMR: 10:17.28, 6th,

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