TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State Track and Field’s Jeremiah Davis was named the ACC Men’s Field Performer of the Week for the fourth time this season on Tuesday Davis won the first three conference performer of the week honors and this week’s honor means he’s taken the honor over four of the first five weeks of the season.
Davis’ indoor campaign has been nothing short of amazing including this past weekend in New Mexico where he extended his world-leading mark in the long jump to 8.28 to win the event. The mark ranks as the second-longest indoor long jump in FSU history.
Jeremiah finished second in the triple jump on Saturday with a leap of 16.25m. He currently holds the top mark in the ACC this season and the third-best mark in the country with a personal-best 16.44m trip jump at Clemson on January 24.
The Noles’ next competition begins on February 23rd at the ACC Indoor Championships in Louisville, Ky.
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