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Metivier Earns NCAA Qualifying Mark, School Record in 3000 meters

Feb. 27, 2002

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – On the same track she helped the Georgia Tech women’s track and field team to its first ACC title, Yellow Jacket sophomore Renee Metivier met the NCAA automatic qualifying standard and eclipsed her own school record in the 3000 meters Wednesday at North Carolina’s Eddie Smith Field House.

Her time of 9:22.89 bettered the mark she set January 18 at the Tar Heel Elite Invitational by nearly six seconds. Metivier, who has also qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 5000 meters, placed first in the event.

Senior Angela Levens placed first in the weight throw (60’05.75″), while classmate Dana Hall was second in the shot put (47’04.25″). Levens owns a provisional mark in the weight throw.

The NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships are slated March 8-9 in Fayetteville, Ark.

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