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Tech's Howard Earns All-America Honors in High Jump

March 14, 2003

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Georgia Tech freshman Chaunte Howard garnered All-America honors and placed 10th in the high jump Friday at the 2003 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Arkansas’ Randal Tyson Track Center.

Howard cleared 5’10.75″ to finish in a four-way tie. She was awarded 10th place based on the number of misses. Nevena Lendel of Southern Methodist won the title by clearing 6’2.25″. Howard earned All-America accolades by placing among the top eight American finishers. She was second among freshmen competitors.

One more Yellow Jacket is left to compete in the meet, as rookie Jessica Graff will go in the pole vault Saturday.

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