April 20, 2002
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Vir. –
The Florida State women’s track and field team finished second at the Atlantic Coast Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships Saturday afternoon with a score of 128. The Lady Seminoles finished one point ahead of Georgia Tech.
Teresa Bundy (Cleveland, Ohio) led the way for the Lady Seminoles, claiming ACC titles in both the 100-meter dash and triple jump. Bundy automatically qualified for the NCAA championships with a jump of 43-09 in the triple jump to take the win. In the 100m dash, Bundy ran a NCAA provisional time of 11.51 to take the crown.
Bundy was a part of the 4×100-meter relay team that won the title at 44.58, which is a NCAA provisional time. She was joined by Nakeya Crutchfield (Coatsville, Penn.), Kimberly Walker and Kim Jones (Greensboro, NC).
Jones won later won the 100-meter hurdle title with a NCAA provisional time of 13.36.
Stacey Taylor (Pittsburgh, Penn.) turned in the next highest finish for the Tribe in the high jump with a second-place finish at 5-07.25.
Crutchfield took home the 200m-dash title with a time of 23.71. She also placed second, behind Bundy, in the 100m at 11.52, which provisionally qualifies her for NCAAs. Bundy finished third in the 200m at 23.75.
In the 400-meter dash, Tamara Campbell (Orlando, Fla.) placed third at 54.96. Shauna Quinn (Hempstead, NY) finished fifth at 55.66.
Campbell and Quinn teamed up with Walker and Jordana Whittington (Sarnia, Ontario) to finish fifth in the 4x400m relay at 3:43.69.
Natalie Hughes (Palisades, Colo.) earned points for the Lady Seminoles in the 1,500m run and 800m run. She placed third in the 1500m (4:20.77) and sixth in the 800m (2:09.84).
Amanda Kinney (Lawrenceville, Ga.) finished eighth for FSU in the shot put with a toss of 45-02.50.
Rounding out the scoring for the Lady Seminoles in the heptathlon is Karen Rademeyer (Tulsa, Okla.) with 4318 points and Chelsea Downs in ninth place with score of 4297.
The Lady Seminoles will return to action on April 25, when they take park in the Penn Relay.