May 19, 2002
The Florida State track and field team competed in its final regular season meet of 2002 this weekend at the Georgia Tech Invitational in Atlanta. The Seminoles highlighted the weekend by turning in an automatic mark and two provisional times. In the women’s 100-meter dash preliminary heats, Teresa Bundy ran a personal-best time of 11.37. Bundy’s provisional time is eighth best in the nation and ninth best in school history. In the finals, Bundy ran 11.60 to place fourth. Bundy later placed eighth in the triple jump at 41-02.25.
Lacy Janson continued to dominate the competition in the women’s pole vault, winning with a NCAA automatic qualifying mark of 13-07.25. Janson is currently third in the nation with a mark of 14 feet and is ranked No. 5 in Trackwire.com’s Dandy Dozen.
Shawn Brown high jumped 6-10.75 to place fourth. Brown is currently No. 12 in the Dandy Dozen and 15th in the nation among preliminary marks.
Other Lady Seminole notables: Vicky Gill finished second in the 5,000-meter run with an impressive time of 17:23.09; Jones was sixth in the long jump with a mark of 20-04.50; Karen Rademeyer placed seventh in the javelin throw with a toss of 153-10; Stacy Taylor high jumped 5-07 to finish seventh; Megan Robbins vaulted 11-10 to place eighth; and Natalie Hughes finished 12th in the 800-meter run at 2:08.41.
Other notable men’s finishes: Dorian Scott turned in a mark of 56-01.00 to finish fifth in the shot put; Campbell placed ninth in the 800m at 1:50.10; B.J. Linnenbrink tossed the hammer 177-00 to place 10th; and Danyne Brown came in 14th place with a time of 52.58.