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FSU Track and Field Split Squads Compete

Feb. 14, 2004

Tallahassee – The Florida State men’s and No. 17 women’s team spent Valentine’s Day in separate parts of the South Region. The Seminoles sent a small contingent of student-athletes to compete in a number of events at the Tyson and Tiger Invites to get experience before the Tribe heads to the ACC Championships in Clemson, S.C.

Senior Giscard Titus finished fourth in the men’s 800m run with a time of 1:53.61. Junior Willie Johnson posted a 49’5.5 mark in the men’s triple jump event – good for sixth place overall.

At the Tiger Invite hosted by Clemson University, an even smaller corps of Noles ran for Florida State. Senior Sean Campbell, competing for the first time during the indoor season, won the 400m dash in a time of 48.22. Freshman Antonio Cromartie finished fourth in 48.58. Senior Antonio Martin crossed the tape fifth in 49.07. The marks moved the Seminoles into third, fifth and seventh in the conference in the event.

Sophomore Deanna Lane finished in second place in the 60m hurdles event in a time of 8.72. In the women’s 400m dash, sophomore Marla Jackson finished in 58.47, good for ninth place overall. Freshman India Pettus competed in the 800m dash, crossing the mark in a time of 2:20.52.

Florida State returns to action February 20-21, 2004 to compete at the 2004 ACC Indoor Championships in Clemson, S.C.

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