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AMY HARRIS

AMY HARRIS

performance result

Incredbily valuable member of the Florida State women’s team who is capable of producing points not only in her specialty, the long jump, but in the sprints and triple jump as well…earned her third consecutive trip to NCAA Indoor Nationals in the long jump, where she finished seventh to earn All-American honors…scored three long jump victories and never finished worse than third in five indoor meets for the `Noles…won the ACC Indoor long jump title (6.21m) and scored a fourth-place finish in the triple jump (12.79m)…her production was instrumental in FSU’s ACC runner-up finish at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston.

2011

Outdoor – participated in NCAA Outdoor Championships in both the 4×100 and long jump, earning All-American honors in each…ran the opening leg on the sixth-place relay team and was 14th overall in the long jump…followed up with a busy summer schedule, where she scored a pair of long jump wins, finished fourth at the Great Britain National Championship and was sixth at the World University Games….finished fourth at the ACC Championships in the long jump. Indoor – qualified for the NCAA Championships in the long jump after earning All-ACC honors with a third-place finish.

2010

Outdoor – participated in NCAA Championships by running the third leg on the 4×100 relay team that narrowly missed advancing to the finals…finished third at the ACC Championships with a 6.23m best effort, earning All-ACC honors…won the Seminole Twilight long jump title, edging All-American teammate Kim Williams. Indoor – qualified for her first NCAA Championship in the long jump.

2009

Outdoor – posted an NCAA East Regional qualifying mark in the long jump (6.17m) at the ACC Outdoor Championships…went on to finish ninth at the regional meet. Indoor – earned her first All-ACC honor as the silver medalist at the ACC Championships with an impressive leap of 6.18m.

Personal

Outstanding student who has received multiple All-ACC Academic honors throughout her career…pursuing her degree in applied economics…enjoyed an outstanding career prior to her arrival at FSU…was a World Junior finalist in the long jump in 2006…won silver at 2005 European Juniors…UK Indoor Champion and Commonwealth Youth Games champion in 2004…born Sept. 14, 1987.