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NICOLE SETTERINGTON

Player profile

BIO

PERFORMANCE RESULTS

Placed 18th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in her 100-meter hurdles following a monster breakthrough at the NCAA East Preliminary…with Olympic standard in she ranked No. 4 in Canada at the conclusion of the season…also led off FSU’s NCAA Championship-qualifying 4×100.

2016

Outdoor: Qualified seventh from NCAA East in 100 hurdles, lowering her career-best of 13.24 to 12.98…owns No. 2 mark in FSU history…led off 4×100 to SB 44.65 to qualify 12th from NCAA East…fifth in 100 hurdles at the ACC Championships; led off fourth-place 4×100 as Noles won team title…ran then-PB 13.24 for third at Tom Jones Memorial…improved speed evident with 200 PR (24.70) at UCLA. Indoor: Eclipsed 2015 60m hurdles PB seven times in 10 rounds, highlighted by 8.28…sixth at ACC Indoor Championships…reached 60 hurdle finals in five of six meets.

2015

Outdoor: Qualified for second consecutive NCAA East meet, posting a SB 13.47…scored career-best fourth-place finish at ACC Outdoor Championships…also ran on fourth-place 4×100…opened year with 100 hurdles win at FSU Relays and followed with strong runner-up at Miami Alumni Invitational. Indoor: Ran 60m hurdles PB 8.45 at ACC Championships in prelims and finished eighth in final.

2014

Outdoor: Qualified for NCAA East in 100 hurdles as a freshman…placed sixth in 100 hurdles at first ACC Outdoor Championships…season-best 13.43 came at Seminole Twilight. Indoor: Missed final at ACC Indoor Championships by one position…60m hurdles SB came in fourth-place finish at Razorback Invitational (8.63).

Personal:

Canadian junior won silver at the 2013 PanAm Games in the 100 hurdles after claiming Canadian junior title…2012 World Junior and 2011 World Youth championships semifinalist…Canadian youth record-holder in 100 hurdles (13.38) and three-time (2011-13) high school…holds Ontario U19 100 hurdles record…Canadian Youth Athlete of the Year (2012)…outstanding student majoring in exercise science at FSU…born April 18, 1995.