April 7, 2002 - by
Seminole Track Team Turns In Four Provisional Marks At Yellow Jacket Invitational

April 7, 2002

The Florida State track and field team competed at the Yellow Jacket Invitational over the weekend at Georgia Tech University in Atlanta. The turned in four NCAA provisional qualifying marks and won a total of eight events.

Teresa Bundy led the way with individual victories in the women’s 100 and 200-meter dashes, with time of 11.58 and 23.80, respectively. Bundy, along with Nakeya Crutchfield, Kimberly Walker and Kim Jones, won the 4×100 relay with a provisional time of 44.74.

Later in the day, Jones turned in a provisional time of 13.56 in the 100m hurdles to place fifth overall.

Pole vaulter Lacy Janson won with a provisional mark of 13-03.50. Janson has already automatically qualified for NCAAs.

Karen Rademeyer rounded out the wins for the Lady Seminoles by taking first-place honors in the javelin throw with a distance of 140-05.00.

In men’s action, Maarten van den Heuvel won the 1,500-meter run with a provisional time of 3:43.10.

Zach Heissner placed first in the 3,000m steeplechase, crossing the finish line at 9:15.89.

Jeff Atkinson took home the final championship of the day for FSU by winning the pole vault, clearing a height of 16-09.50.

The Seminoles will return to the track on April 13th to host the FSU Quad Meet at Mike Long Track.

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