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Noles Wrap Up Busy Weekend

Jan. 31, 2010



Complete Results


GAINESVILLE, Fla. –
Andrew Bachelor capped off a busy weekend for the Florida State track and field teams as he cleared 7-2.5 in the high jump on Sunday at the Jimmy Carnes Invitational in Gainesville, Fla.


“The highlight of the meet had to be Andrew Bachelor’s high jump mark,” assistant coach Dennis Nobles said. “He did a great job and we need to continue building from this weekend.”


Bachelor’s mark of 7-2.5 set a new personal best for the Pompano Beach, Fla., senior as he earned his first NCAA provisional mark of the season.


In the men’s long jump Marlon Woods claimed third place with a jump of 24-1.75, falling less than a quarter meter shy of an NCAA provisional mark.
Daniel Silva earned a top 10 finish in the 800m when he finished in a time of 1:59.78. Warren Harper cleared 13-9.25 in the pole vault as he tied for eighth overall.


Meanwhile in the women’s pole vault Lauren Giffin and Lizbeth Mabry each cleared 11-6.5 to earn a tie for fourth place with eight other vaulters.


Michelle Jenije and Latera Davis earned top 10 marks in the triple jump as Jenije cleared 39-5.75 for fourth place and Davis leaped 38-11.75 for sixth place.


In the women’s pentathlon Sarah Mackey finished with 3,053 points, scoring big points in the 55m hurdles with a time of 8.71 to earn 860 points.


The Seminoles will return to Blacksburg, Va. for the Virginia Tech Elite Meet on Feb. 5-6.

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