ACC competitors look to stand out at NCAA championships

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National and ACC performance lists: https://www.tfrrs.org

GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – Start lists and event schedule are set for the 2022 NCAA Division I Outdoor Championships in Athletics, to be held Wednesday through Saturday (June 8-11) at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.

More than 130 Atlantic Coast Conference student-athletes have qualified to compete in this year’s championships. Participants in the individual and relay events qualified through competition at preliminary round venues held May 25-28 in Bloomington, Indiana, and Fayetteville, Arkansas. ACC student-athletes qualified at the Bloomington venue. Participants in the heptathlon and decathlon will see their first 2022 NCAA competition in the final.

The men’s competition will take place on Wednesday June 8th and Friday June 10th. The women will face off on Thursday June 9 and Saturday June 11.


ESPNU will carry the first two days of the competition. Friday’s events will air on ESPN2, while the final day of action on Saturday will air on ESPN.

Seventeen ACC times and marks (nine women and eight men) currently rank among the top five in the nation for the 2022 season. FSU’s Adriaan Wildschutt in the men’s 10k and Virginia’s Ethan Dabbs in the javelin — and NC State’s No. 1-ranked Katelyn Tuohy in the women’s 1,500 and 5,000 meters.

Florida State’s Cunningham ran into a 1.5m/s headwind in the 110m hurdles in the recent Eastern Preliminaries and finished in 13.07 seconds, a current world record time. The Seminoles 4×100 relay team clocked the fastest time of any program in all of the 2022 preliminary meets. The Seminole quartet of Taylor Banks, Amir Willis, Don’dre Swint and Jo’Vaughn Martin ran 38 .51, the second fastest time in the NCAA this season.

NC State’s Tuohy set a new Eastern Preliminary record in the 5,000 meters, finishing in 15:27.14. Tuohy’s time led to the east, where seven women all finished under the previous record.

The full list of NCAA 2022 entrants can be found at the following website.


Live results and the daily schedule of events can be found here:
https://flashresults.ncaa.com/Outdoor/2022/index.htm

The Florida State Men’s Track and Field Team is ranked third in the latest USTFCCCA Ranking Index. It is the Seminoles’ highest outdoor ranking since May 7, 2013, and their first top-five outdoor season appearance since 2014. FSU is joined in the top 25 by No. 24 Virginia and No. 25 Clemson.

NC State leads all ACC women’s teams with a No. 12 ranking in the USTFCCCA index. Duke is at No. 16 and Virginia Tech registers at No. 25.

For more information on the 2022 Division I Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Athletics Championships, including how to purchase tickets, log on to Track & Field Champ Info | NCAA.com

For more information on streaming and live streaming, visit: http://theacc.co/NCAABroadcast


ACC student-athletes scheduled to compete in this year’s NCAAs, ranked by event and qualifying time/mark:



100 women
Edidiong Odiong, Florida State – 11.05
Alfreda Steele, Miami – 11:27 a.m.



200m women
Edidiong Odiong, Florida State – 22.72
Jada Seaman, Virginia – 11:00 p.m.



400m women
Moriah Oliveira, Miami – 52.04



800m women
Katherine Mitchell, Boston College – 2:04.53



1500 women
Nevada Moreno, North Carolina State – 4:13.40
Anna Vess, NC State – 4:13.99



5000m women
Katelyn Tuohy, NC State – 15:27.14
Savannah Shaw, NC State – 15:33.42
Sam Bush, North Carolina State – 15:35.55
Hannah Steelman, North Carolina State – 15:35.55
Marlee Starliper, NC State – 15:37.83
Nicole Fegans, Georgia Tech – 15:56.61



10,000m women
Ginonna Quarzo, NC State – 34:26.27
Allie Hays, NC State – 35:26.27
Michaela Reinhart, Duke – 34:21.45
Katie Rose Blachowicz, Notre Dame – 34:34.52



110 women hurdles
Trishauna Hemmings, Clemson – 13.13



400m hurdles women
Lauren Hoffman, Duke – 55.91
Katie Martin, Louisville – 57.93



Women’s 3000m steeplechase
Olivia Markezich, Notre Dame – 9:41.76
Sasha Neglia, North Carolina – 9:59.80
Emily Cole, Duke – 10:01.37
Helena Lindsay, Virginia – 10:02.27
Annie Boos, Syracuse – 10:03.16



4×100 women
Florida State (Edidiong Odiong, Savyon Toombs, Ka’Tia Seymour, Ashley Seymour)
Clemson (Serena Clark, Kiara Grant, Ockera Myrie, Trishauna Hemmings) – 43.54
Duke (Abby Geiser, Kelcie Simmons, Halle Bieber, Chyler Turner) – 44.20



4×400 women
Duke (Carly King, Erin Marsh, Megan McGinnis, Lauren Hoffman) – 3:33.32
Clemson (Kenya Thompson, Ken’naria Gadson, Serena Clark, Courtney Williams) – 3:35.52



Women’s Pole Vault
Julia Fixsen, Virginia Tech – 4.31m
Rachel Baxter, Virginia Tech – 4.31m
Gabriela Leon, Louisville – 4.31m
Aliyah Welter, Louisville – 4.31m



High jump women
Emma Soderstrom, Wake Forest – 1.84m



Women’s long jump
Synclair Savage, Louisville – 6.32m
Anna Keefer, North Carolina – 6.21m



Women’s shot put
Maria Deaviz, Virginia – 17.32m
Debbie Ajagbe, Miami – 16.05m



female discus
Gasoline Henderson, Virginia Tech – 58.83m
Amani Heaven, Florida – 52.78m
Debbie Ajagbe, Miami – 52.74m
Ashley Anumba, Virginia – 54.45,
Gasoline Henderson, Virginia Tech – 58.83m



women’s hammer
Jill Shippee, North Carolina – 70.07m
Sara Killinen, Virginia Tech – 68.09m
Debbie Ajagbe, Miami – 66.25m
Rachel Tanczos, Notre Dame – 65.62m



Women’s javelin
Madison Wiltrout, NC – 55.75m
Kelechi Nwanaga, Florida – 54.72m
Sara Zambrino, Florida State – 52.16m
Dana Baker, Duke – 50.74m



Women’s Heptathlon
Erin Marsh, Duke – 5946
Isabel Wakefield, Duke – 5850
Timara Chapman, North Carolina State – 5733
Anna Bush, Wake Forest – 5675



100 men
Tyler Banks, Florida State – 10:17 a.m.
Jo’Vaughn Martin, Florida State – 10:18 a.m.



200 men
Wanya McCoy, Clemson – 20.48



800m men
Ayman Zahafi, Miami – 1:48.03
Aman Thornton, Clemson – 1:48.36



1500 men
Nick Dahl, Duke – 3:39.78
Jesse Hunt, North Carolina – 3:40.31
Thomas Vanoppen, Wake Forest – 3:41.31
Nathan Henderson, Syracuse – 3:41.85



5000 men
Dylan Jacobs, Notre Dame – 13:38.05
Adriaan Wildschutt, Florida State – 13:39.33
Zach Facioni, Wake Forest – 13:44.04
Ahmed Muhumed, Florida State – 13:44.42
Alex Ostberg, North Carolina – 1:44.42 p.m.
Tim Zepf, Notre Dame – 1:47.96
Samuel Voelz, Notre Dame – 1:48.1



110 men’s hurdles
Trey Cunningham, Florida State – 13.07
Giano Roberts, Clemson – 13.41
Devon Brooks, Clemson – 13.53
Jaheem Hayles, Syracuse – 13.54
Josh Brockman, NC State – 1:60 p.m.
Lafranz Campbell, Clemson – 13.63
Cameron Murray, NC State – 1:70 p.m.



10,000m men
Adriaan Wildschutt, Florida State – 28:28.86
Josh Methner, Notre Dame – 28:41.89
Matthew Carmody, Notre Dame – 28:42.50
Dylan Jacobs, Notre Dame – 28:43.22
Andrew Alexander, Notre Dame – 28:44.55



3000m steeplechase men
Yasin Sado, Virginia – 8:39.68
Benjamin Nibbelink, Virginia Tech – 8:40.16
Ben Fleming, Virginia Tech – 8:40.55
Tom Seitzer, Notre Dame – 8:42.16



4×100 men
Florida State (Taylor Banks, Amir Willis, Don’dre Swint, JoVaughn Martin) – 39.51
Virginia Tech (Kahleje Tillmon, Torrence Walker, Kennedy Harrison, Cole Beck) – 38.78m
Clemson (Giano Roberts, Cameron Rose, Guinove Joanus, Fabian Hewitt) – 39.16



4×400 men
Clemson (Wanza McCoy, Tarees Rhoden, Cameron Rose, Aman Thornton) – 3:03.65
Florida State (Sean Watkins, Amir Willis, James Rivera, DaeQwan Butler) – 3:05.33



Men’s High Jump
Trey Allen, Louisville – 2.18m
Tony Jones, Wake Forest – 2.18m
Isaiah Holmes, Miami – 2.15m



men’s pole vault
Erick Duffy, Duke – 5.29m
Sean Roth, Louisville – 5.29m



Men’s long jump
Jeremie Willis, Louisville – 7.91m
Jeremiah Davis, Florida State – 7.75m
Isaac Grimes, Florida – 7.71m
Russell Robinson, Miami – 7.59m
Isaiah Holmes, Miami – 7.56m



Triple jump men
Russell Robinson, Miami – 16.13m
Owayne Owens, Virginia – 16.05m
Jeremiah Davis, Florida State – 15.99m
Chauncey Chambers – 15.85m
Jacore Irving, Florida – 15.84m



Men’s shot put
Michael Shoaf, Notre Dame – 18.93m
John Stefan, Notre Dame – 18.85m



Disc Men
Roje Stona, Clemson, 63.28m
Claudio Romero, Virginia – 59.06m
Jacob Lemmon, Virginia – 58.19m
Adar Sheere, Louisville – 57.32m
Jeffrey Williams, Miami – 56.48m



hammer for men
James Joycey, North Carolina – 69.29m
Decio Andrade, Miami – 68.72m
Noah Walker, Pitt – 68.55m
Khalil Bedoui, Virginia Tech – 67.72m



Javelin Men
Ethan Dabbs, Virginia – 77.06m
Luke Jackson, Duke – 70.54m
Scott Campbell, Duke – 69.55m



Decathlon Men
Felix Wolter, Pitt – 7,880

 

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