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FSU Track and Field Men And Women Make Mark In FSU Relays

March 15, 2000

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The FSU Relays got underway Wednesday with the
decathlon and heptathlon events. The first five events of the men’s
competition and the first four events of the women’s were completed on the
first day.

FSU’s Darius Jones leads the men with a score of 3850 and FAMU’s
Robin McClain leads the women with a first day score of 3115. Jones took
first in the shot put and second in the long jump on Wednesday. Jones also
posted a fourth-place time of 11.17 in the 100m run. McClain garnered
first place finishes in the 100m hurdles and shot put while also recording
a second-place finish in the high jump with a jump of 5’01.75.

Northern Iowa’s Kenny Edwards in second place after five events by
only 10 points. Edwards’ is followed by Miami’s Aaron Moser (3656) and
Travis Geopfert (3550) from the University of Northern Iowa. FAMU’s
McClain is followed by Liberty’s Robin Williams (2782) and the University
of Tennessee-Martin’s Koya Webb (2750).

Florida State’s Jessica Chaplinsky stands 10th after the first day
with a score of 2142. The FSU Relays will continue on Thursday, March 16th
through Saturday, March 18th at the Mike Long Track in Tallahassee, Fla.

Darius Jones FSU 3850
Kenny Edwards Northern Iowa 3840
Aaron Moser Miami 3656
Travis Geopfert Northern Iowa 3550
Brian Ballard Liberty University 3498
Allen Lakomiak Southern Illinois 3435
Matt Maxwell Coastal Carolina 3381
Josh Hendrix FSU Track Club 3368
Ryan Werner Coastal Track Club 3323
Rob Johnson Northern Iowa 3313
Ryan Stevenson Michigan 3293
Tim Kirchoff Northern Iowa 3198
Quasim Simmons FAMU 3170
Gary Visser FSU Track Club 3042
Robin McClain FAMU 3115
Robin Williams Liberty 2782
Koya Webb Tenn-Martin 2750
Heidi Sauers Samford 2697
Melissa Campbell Tenn-Martin 2635
Marianne Mulkey Liberty 2614
Beth Swartz Slippery Rock 2370
Jill George Northern Iowa 2299
Kristie Siracuse Dickinson College 2250
Jessica Chaplinsky Florida State 2142
Jess Hill Dickinson College 1919
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