W. Track & Field (1998-2002)
Teresa Bundy came to Florida State from Cleveland, Ohio as a highly-acclaimed sprinter who ranked among the nation’s Top 10 in both the 100- and 200-meter dashes in 1998. She would leave FSU as an NCAA National Champion and school record-holder.
Bundy showed tremendous potential in both the 100 and 200 as a freshman and had a fine sophomore indoor campaign before redshirting during the 1999 outdoor season.
She was indoor and outdoor All-ACC in 2000, earning an ACC Championship as a member of the 4×400 relay team.
As a junior in 2001, Bundy added the triple jump to her competitive resume’ and began to concentrate on the event, finishing second in the ACC both indoors and outdoors.
Her senior season was one for the record books as she earned elite status in the triple jump and won the 2002 NCAA Outdoor Championship. In winning the national title, she set the school record with a jump of 45-3 (13.79m). The mark still stood as the second-best jump in school history when she was voted into the FSU Hall of Fame 15 years later.