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FSU’s Lowe Triple Jumps To All-America Honors At 2002 NCAA Track & Field Championships.

June 1, 2002




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BATON ROUGE, La. –

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             NCAA Division I 2002 Outdoor - 5/29/2002 to 6/1/2002
                          Track & Field Championship
                               Baton Rouge,  LA
                                    Results

Men Triple Jump ====================================================================================== American: 18.09m 7/27/1996 Kenny Harrison, Mizuno College Best: 17.92m 5/20/1995 James Beckford, Blinn NCAA Meet: 17.57m 6/5/1982 Keith Connor, SMU Bernie Moore: 17.30m 1995 James Beckford, Blinn College Name Year School Finals Wind Points ====================================================================================== Flight 1 1 Walter Davis SR LSU 17.34m -0.3 56-10.75 10 16.22m(-0.1) 16.48m(-0.5) 17.25m(-0.3) 16.66m(0.3) 16.93m(0.2) 17.34m(-0.3) 2 Aarik Wilson FR Indiana 16.68m +0.0 54-08.75 8 16.01m(0.8) 15.96m(-0.1) 15.71m(-0.4) FOUL(NWI) 16.20m(0.1) 16.68m(+0.0) 5 Lenton Herring SR Wisconsin 16.14m -0.4 52-11.50 4 15.91m(-0.4) 16.10m(0.3) 16.13m(-0.2) 16.01m(0.2) 16.09m(+0.0) 16.14m(-0.4) 6 Tuan Wreh SR Pennsylvania 16.09m -0.4 52-09.50 3 15.88m(-0.3) 15.79m(-0.7) 16.09m(-0.4) FOUL(NWI) 15.82m(0.1) 15.84m(-0.7) 9 Gregory Hughes SR SW MO State 15.95m NWI 52-04.00 15.47m(-0.0) 15.85m(-1.0) 15.95m(-0.0) FOUL(NWI) FOUL(NWI) 15.70m(+0.0) 10 Randy Lewis JR Wichita St. 15.90m -0.5 52-02.00 15.20m(0.1) 15.76m(-0.0) 15.90m(-0.5) 11 Daniel Johnson SR Nebraska 15.86m NWI 52-00.50 15.86m(-0.0) 15.85m(-0.0) 15.75m(-0.4) 14 Richard Smith JR Arkansas 15.79m -0.4 51-09.75 15.14m(-0.5) 15.79m(-0.4) 15.52m(-0.3) 18 Jaanus Uudmae FR S. Illinois 15.49m NWI 50-10.00 15.49m(-0.0) 15.11m(-0.2) FOUL(NWI) 21 Maurice Robinson SO Arkansas 15.15m -0.8 49-08.50 FOUL(NWI) 15.15m(-0.8) 15.02m(-0.7) Flight 2 3 Julien Kapek SO USC 16.58m 0.3 54-04.75 6 16.15m(-0.0) 16.58m(0.3) 16.56m(0.1) FOUL(NWI) FOUL(NWI) 16.54m(-0.3) 4 Mario Lowe SR FL State 16.15m +0.0 53-00.00 5 FOUL(NWI) FOUL(NWI) 16.15m(+0.0) 15.76m(0.6) FOUL(NWI) FOUL(NWI) 7 Josh Rollins SR Georgetown 16.03m 0.5 52-07.25 2 15.90m(0.5) 16.03m(0.5) 15.50m(0.2) 15.17m(0.1) 15.57m(0.1) FOUL(NWI) 8 Mike Roberts SR Seton Hall 16.02m 0.6 52-06.75 1 15.93m(-0.4) FOUL(NWI) 15.77m(+0.0) 16.02m(0.6) 15.24m(0.1) 15.67m(0.1) 12 Andrew Badger SR Cal Poly-SLO 15.86m 0.3 52-00.50 15.86m(0.3) 14.93m(0.8) 15.19m(-0.0) 13 Hasaan Reddick JR Indiana 15.79m 0.5 51-09.75 15.57m(+0.0) 15.79m(0.5) 15.66m(-0.3) 15 Marcus Thomas SR LSU 15.79m 0.1 51-09.75 FOUL(NWI) 15.28m(0.4) 15.79m(0.1) 16 Quincy Howe JR Wyoming 15.65m +0.0 51-04.25 15.65m(+0.0) FOUL(NWI) 15.51m(-0.0) 17 Adrian Ghioroaie SO TX El Paso 15.60m 0.1 51-02.25 15.30m(0.6) 15.60m(0.1) 15.41m(0.1) 19 Alonzo Moore FR Wisconsin 15.33m 0.5 50-03.50 15.33m(0.5) 14.97m(0.1) FOUL(NWI) 20 Antonio Saunders FR Georgia 15.29m NWI 50-02.00 15.20m(0.2) FOUL(NWI) 15.29m(-0.0)

Women 100 Meter Dash ================================================================ American: 10.49 7/16/1988 Florence Griffith Joyner, World Class AC College Best: 10.78 6/3/1989 Dawn Sowell, LSU NCAA Meet: 10.78 6/3/1989 Dawn Sowell, LSU Bernie Moore: 11.07 1994 Cheryl Taplin, LSU Name Year School Semis ================================================================ Heat 1 Semi-Finals Wind: -0.6 1 Brianna Glenn SR Arizona 11.38Q 2 Muna Lee SO LSU 11.41Q 3 Lauryn Williams FR Miami 11.48Q 4 Consuella Moore SO Penn State 11.52Q 5 Wyllesheia Myrick SR Miami 11.59q 6 Tahesia Harrigan FR Minnesota 11.63 7 Monique Wright-Cruse SR Texas Tech 11.81 -- Aleen Bailey JR S. Carolina FS Heat 2 Semi-Finals Wind: -0.5 1 Natasha Mayers JR USC 11.28Q 2 Angela Williams SR USC 11.41Q 3 Stephanie Durst SO LSU 11.50Q 4 Elva Goulbourne JR Auburn 11.58Q 5 Tiffany Green SO Texas Tech 11.68 6 LaJuana Lovett SO SW Texas 11.69 7 Aleah Williams JR Texas 11.71 8 Nakeya Crutchfield SR FL State 11.76

Men's Team Scoring (through 10 of 21 events) Team Score 1. LSU 39 2. Florida 19 2. South Carolina 19 4. Texas 18 4. Tennessee 18 6. Georgia 15 7. Eastern Michigan 14 8. UTEP 12 9. Auburn 11 9. Penn 11 11. USC 10 11. SMU 10 11. Kansas 10 11. Arkansas 10 11. Notre Dame 10 16. Colorado 9 17. Washington 8 17. Indiana 8 17. Wichita State 8 17. Clemson 8 21. Stanford 7 22. Wisconsin 6 22. Southern 6 22. DePaul 6 22. Tulane 6 22. Iowa 6 22. Dartmouth 6 28. Nebraska 5 28. Florida State 5 28. Texas Tech 5 28. Oregon 5 28. Utah State 5 33. Manhatten 4 33. Baylor 4 33. Minnesota 4 34. Stephen F. Austin 4 35. Michigan 4 35. Idaho State 4 35. TCU 4 40. Iona 3 40. Ole Miss 3 40. Villanova 3 40. Eastern Illinois 3 44. Virginia 2 44. East Carolina 2 44. Georgetown 2 44. Ball State 2 44. Charlotte 2 49. Alabama 1 49. Boise State 1 49. Cal 1 49. Cal Poly 1 49. Seton Hall 1

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