McKee Earns All-ACC Honors At ACC Championships

Feb. 28, 2014

Friday Results pdf:  http://theacc.co/ITF14fri
Saturday Starts:  http://theacc.co/ITF14starts

CLEMSON, S.C. – On the second day of competition at the Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Championships at Clemson’s Rock Norman Track Complex, Georgia Tech senior Julienne McKee took second in the long jump to earn second team All-ACC honors.

McKeeplaced second in the long jump with a distance of 6.22m to earn Georgia Tech eight team points. She’ll have a chance to place in another event with the triple jump on Saturday. Donjhae Jones earned Georgia Tech three team points with a sixth-place finish in the long jump (5.96m).

In the preliminary running events, Jeremy Greenwald qualified for the mile final with a qualifying time of 4:06.78.

Broderick Snoddy qualified for the finals in the 60 meters with a preliminary time of 6.80 and the 200-meter finals with a time of 21.56 in the preliminaries.

Brandon Lasater and Zack Fanelty both qualified for the 800-meter finals. Lasater took first in the preliminary round with a time of 1:51.30 and Fanelty crossed the line in a time of 1:52.16 for fourth place.

Spencer Allen logged a personal-record performance in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.05, but just missed qualifying for the finals.

The top three finishers in each individual event and the members of each gold medal relay team earn All-ACC honors.

The 2014 ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships conclude with Saturday’s final session, with action beginning at noon. ESPN3 will provide live coverage from the beginning until the conclusion of the session and will also air the event’s awards ceremony.  Veteran Jerry Massey will call the play-by-play, with John Wilkerson handling production.

There is no charge for admission. The ESPN3 live stream coverage may be accessed through the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championship page: http://theacc.co/ITFchamp .

Live results can be accessed at  http://theacc.co/ITFlivestats, and additional information will be available at @ACCTrackField and Tags #ACCITF on Twitter.

MEN’S TEAM SCORING
(Through 6 events)
1. Duke 44
T2. North Carolina 40
T2. Florida State 40
4.    Notre Dame 32
5.    NC State 26
6.    Virginia Tech 11
7.   Pitt 9
8.   Georgia Tech 8
9.    Virginia  7
10.  Syracuse 6
10.  Clemson 6
12.  Miami 5
13.  Virginia 6
14. Pitt 5
15. Boston College 3

WOMEN’S TEAM SCORING
(Through 6 events)
1.       Florida State 41
2.       Duke 37
3.       Maryland 33
4.       Miami 20
5.       NC State 18
6.       North Carolina 12.5
T7.    Georgia Tech 11
T7.    Syracuse 11
T7. Clemson 11
10.  Notre Dame 9
10.  Virginia Tech 9
12.  Wake Forest 7.5
13.  Virginia 6
14. Pitt 5
15. Boston College 3

 

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