ACC — Big Triple Jumping By Virginia’s Jordan Scott

Breaking 2 barriers on the same day, Jordan Scott got his first windy 57-footer and first legal 56-footer. (UVA MEDIA RELATIONS)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia, May 09-11—Jordan Scott’s ACC triple jump win was safe after round 3, where he jumped a collegiate-leading 56-½ (17.08) PR. The Virginia junior, winner of the NCAA Indoor crown, wasn’t done. After solid leaps in rounds 4 and 5, he unleashed a mighty 57-0 (17.37) on his closing effort. Boosted by a 2.6 breeze, it was to be his only windy jump of the day. It made him the No. 10 collegian ever in all conditions. “To lead the country is amazing in itself,” the 21-year-old Jamaican told the Charlottesville Daily Progress. “To get to 57-feet is amazing as well. Honestly, now it’s just going back to the drawing board. My jump isn’t perfect. There’s stuff I still need to fix.”

Though Scott had earlier won the long jump at 25-8¼ (7.83), his heroics weren’t enough to lift the Cavaliers to the team title. Virginia Tech, powered by a young crew, prevailed by 6 points over its up-the-road rival. Tech frosh Jacory Patterson took the 400 in 45.60 and came back for 2nd in the 200 to the 20.31 run by Florida State’s Andre Ewers. For Ewers, the 200 capped a sprint triple that began with an anchor on the winning 4×1 (39.28), then a 10.06 in the dash to top the 10.10 of Miami’s Raheem Chambers.

Seminole Women Powered By Seymour

Ka’Tia Seymour captured the sprints to lead Florida State to the women’s title, with the ‘Noles piling up 134 points, the most in the loop in the last 5 years. Seymour hit a meet record 11.14 in the short dash then came back with a 23.12 in the 200. “I’ve been hungry to come back and do what I needed to do to get that double,” said the soph, who failed to make the 200 final last year. Seymour said much of her spark on the final day came from watching teammates Rougui Sow (21-3¼/6.48) and Jogailė Petrokaitė sweep the long jump. “That just motivated everyone to go out there and do their part.”

Rachel Pocratsky of Virginia Tech put together a solid double, winning the 1500 in 4:18.42 and coming back less than an hour later with a 2:04.52 victory at two laps. Syracuse’s Paige Stoner took the steeple in 9:51.24 and returned the next day to win the 5000 in 16:05.83.

The best mark on the field came from Bria Matthews of Georgia Tech, who tripled 45-2¼ (13.77) on her fifth jump to move up from 3rd. Said Georgia Tech coach Alan Drosky, “Bria seemed to be struggling a bit, then… she did what champions do. She puts everything together, wins the event jumping a personal best, and breaks her own school record.”


ACC MEN’S RESULTS

Charlottesville, Virginia, May 09-11—

(5/09—10K, LJ, JT; 5/10—St, HJ, PV, SP, HT)

Teams: 1. Virginia Tech 123; 2. Virginia 117; 3. Florida State 102½; 4. Pitt 62; 5. Clemson 52½; 6. Louisville 52; 7. North Carolina 50; 8. Miami 48; 9. Notre Dame 40; 10. tie, Duke & Georgia Tech 38; 12. Syracuse 33; 13. NC State 27; 14. Boston College 16; 15. Wake Forest 15.

100(0.8): 1. Andre Ewers’ (FlSt) 10.06; 2. *Raheem Chambers’ (Mia) 10.10; 3. ***Bryand Rincher (FlSt) 10.21; 4. ***Cole Beck (VaT) 10.22; 5. ***Jhevaughn Matherson’ (FlSt) 10.27.

200(1.6): 1. Ewers’ 20.31; 2. ***Jacory Patterson (VaT) 20.77; 3. **Marcus Parker (Clem) 20.94.

400: 1. Patterson 45.60; 2. **Isaiah Palmer (NC) 45.92; 3. **Kyle Fearrington (FlSt) 46.66.

800: 1. **Bashir Mosavel-Lo (VaT) 1:49.90; 2. *Matt Wisner (Duke) 1:50.34; 3. Avery Bartlett (GaT) 1:50.68.

1500: 1. **Yared Nuguse (NDm) 3:41.34; 2. Nate Sloan (Pitt) 3:43.05; 3. Ian Ritchie (BC) 3:44.34.

St: 1. **Fitsum Seyoum (VaT) 8:44.43; 2. *Albert Kosgei’ (Louis) 8:46.72; 3. **Alex Miley (Duke) 8:51.71; 4. Michael Hall (FlSt) 8:55.57.

5000: 1. *Iliass Aouani’ (Syr) 14:00.38; 2. ***Zach Facioni’ (WF) 14:01.19; 3. **Andrew Alexander (NDm) 14:01.48.

10,000: 1. Aouani’ 29:01.13; 2. Brent Demarest (Va) 29:17.26; 3. *Sean Burke (BC) 29:26.40.

110H(1.3): 1. Martice Moore (Louis) 13.90; 2. **Daveon Finley (Pitt) 14.07; 3. Richard Floyd (Syr) 14.07.

400H: 1. ***Miles Green (VaT) 50.32; 2. Moore 50.96; 3. *McKinly Brown (Mia) 51.00; 4. ***Thomas Burns (Mia) 51.01.

4 x 100: 1. Florida State 39.28 (Rincher, Matherson, Timpson, Ewers); 2. Virginia Tech 39.46; 3. Miami 40.00.

4 x 400: 1. North Carolina 3:11.50 (Ohia-Enyia, Palmer, Cogdell, Saint-Germain); 2. Georgia Tech 3:13.06; 3. Miami 3:13.18.

Field Events

HJ: 1. *Brenton Foster’ (Va) 7-3¾ (2.23); 2. **Greg Lauray (Pitt) 7-2½ (2.20); 3. **Anthony Hamilton (Clem) 6-11 (2.11).

PV: 1. Deakin Volz (VaT) 18-5¼ (5.62); 2. ***Cole Shea (GaT) 16-7½ (5.07); 3. *Sam Young (Va) 16-7½.

LJ: 1. *Jordan Scott’ (Va) 25-8¼ (7.83); 2. **Jacore Irving (FlSt) 24-9¾ (7.56); 3. ***Ayende Watson (Va) 24-9¾w.

TJ: 1. Scott’ 57-0w (17.37) (a-c CL) (a-c: 10, x C) (54-6, 55-1½, 56-½ PR [CL], 55-7½, 55-7¾, 57-0w) (16.61, 16.80, 17.08, 16.95, 16.96, 17.37w);

2. Armani Wallace (FlSt) 55-4¾ (16.88); 3. Irving 51-11¾ (15.84); 4. **Hasani Knight (Mia) 51-3½ (15.63); 5. *Anthony McRoberts (Louis) 50-11 (15.52); 6. ***Jamar Davis (NCSt) 50-10¾w (15.51).

SP: 1. Oghenakpobo Efekoro’ (Va) 63-4¾ (19.32); 2. *Isaiah Rogers (VaT) 60-9½ (18.53); 3. ***Tyson Jones (VaT) 59-11¾ (18.28).

DT: 1. ***Roje Stona’ (Clem) 191-9 (58.44); 2. Nace Plesko’ (Va) 179-8 (54.77); 3. *Grant Voeks (Clem) 177-8 (54.16).

HT: 1. Hilmar Orn Jonsson’ (Va) 239-0 (72.84); 2. *Kevin Arreaga’ (Mia) 226-9 (69.13); 3. *Logan Kusky (NDm) 217-6 (66.30).

JT: 1. ***Ethan Dabbs (Va) 249-6 (76.04); 2. *Kiegan Lenihan (Duke) 232-10 (70.97); 3. Dylan Ahrens (Clem) 216-6 (66.00).

Dec(5/9-10): 1. **Jaelyn Demory (VaT) 6982.

ACC WOMEN’S RESULTS

(5/09—10K, LJ, HT, JT; 5/10—St, PV, SP)

Teams: 1. Florida State 134; 2. Miami 92½; 3. Virginia 84; 4. Virginia Tech 77; 5. Clemson 66; 6. NC State 56; 7. Notre Dame 55; 8. Duke 51; 9. Louisville 45; 10. North Carolina 44; 11. Syracuse 38; 12. Wake Forest 29½; 13. Georgia Tech 27; 14. Pitt 12; 15. Boston College 6.

100(1.5): 1. **Ka’Tia Seymour (FlSt) 11.14; 2. *Rebekah Smith (Clem) 11.31; 3. **Halle Hazzard’ (Va) 11.36; 4. **Jayla Kirkland (FlSt) 11.41; 5. Carolyn Brown (Mia) 11.42; 6. Gabriele Cunningham (NCSt) 11.43.

200(1.3): 1. Seymour 23.12; 2. Kirkland 23.55; 3. *Anna Jefferson (Va) 23.61.

400: 1. *Anna Jefferson (Va) 52.42; 2. *Brittny Ellis (Mia) 52.52; 3. *Janae Caldwell (FlSt) 53.62 PR.

800: 1. Rachel Pocratsky (VaT) 2:04.52; 2. *Andrea Foster’ (Clem) 2:06.15 PR; 3. **Kayla Johnson (Mia) 2:06.24; 4. Jessica Harris (NDm) 2:06.51.

1500: 1. Pocratsky 4:18.42; 2. *Sarah Edwards (VaT) 4:18.91 PR; 3. **Maudie Skyring’ (FlSt) 4:19.99.

St: 1. Paige Stoner (Syr) 9:51.24; 2. **Laura Dickinson’ (Syr) 10:10.19 PR; 3. ***Elise Wright (WF) 10:23.91 PR.

5000: 1. Stoner 16:05.83; 2. *Rachel DaDamio (NDm) 16:07.37 PR; 3. **Dominique Clairmonte (NCSt) 16:07.86.

10,000: 1. Anna Rohrer (NDm) 33:30.73; 2. ***Maddy Denner (NDm) 34:00.45 PR; 3. *Sara Freix (VaT) 34:02.82 PR.

100H(1.8): 1. *Cortney Jones (FlSt) 12.72 =PR (12.72h PR); 2. Jeanine Williams’ (GaT) 12.72 PR; 3. Gabriele Cunningham (NCSt) 13.13 PR; 4. *Michelle Atherley (Mia) 13.16.

400H: 1. *Andrenette Knight’ (Va) 58.16; 2. Anna Runia’ (Mia) 58.31; 3. **Lauren Hoffman (Duke) 58.33 PR; 4. ***Sydni Townsend (Pitt) 58.78.

4 x 100: 1. Miami 44.00 (Brown, Steele, Mason, McMinn); 2. Florida State 44.02; 3. Clemson 44.43; 4. Virginia 44.96.

4 x 400: 1. Clemson 3:36.12 (Clarke, Mallard, Foster, McIntosh); 2. Miami 3:36.91; 3. Pittsburgh 3:38.18; 4. Duke 3:39.75.

Field Events

HJ: 1. *Nicole Greene (NC) 6-2 (1.88) PR; 2. tie, *Eleonora Omoregie’ (FlSt) & **Alivia Ash (Louis) 5-7 (1.70).

PV: 1. Bridget Guy (Va) 14-2 (4.32); 2. **Gabriela Leon (Louis) 13-10 (4.22); 3. Nati Sheppard (Duke) 13-6¼ (4.12); 4. Morgan Zacharias (Louis) 13-6¼.

LJ: 1. Rougui Sow’ (FlSt) 21-3¼ (6.48); 2. Jogailė Petrokaitė’ (FlSt) 21-1½ (6.44); 3. Janel Pate (NCSt) 20-9¾ (6.34) PR; 4. *Eszter Bajnok’ (VaT) 20-5¾ (6.24); 5. *Alexis Gibbons (Louis) 20-3½ (6.18); 6. **Anna Keefer (NC) 20-3½ (6.18) PR.

TJ: 1. *Bria Matthews (GaT) 45-2¼ (13.77) PR (AmCL);

2. Bajnok’ 44-9¾ (13.66) PR; 3. Kelly McKee (Va) 44-4 (13.51); 4. **Michelle Cobb (NCSt) 42-7½ (12.99); 5. *Darlene Charles (Mia) 42-3½ (12.89); 6. ***Trentorria Green (FlSt) 42-3¼w (12.88); 7. Domonique Panton (Duke) 41-9¾ (12.74).

SP: 1. Lauren Evans (NCSt) 55-7¾ (16.96) PR; 2. *Rashida Harris (Louis) 54-3¼ (16.54) PR; 3. *Brittany Jones (Va) 52-6 (16.00).

DT: 1. *Shanice Love’ (FlSt) 193-0 (58.83); 2. **Debbie Ajagbe (Mia) 172-5 (52.55); 3. *Zakiya Rashid (Mia) 171-11 (52.40).

HT: 1. **Jillian Shippee (NC) 224-3 (68.36) PR; 2. Pavla Kuklová’ (VaT) 215-10 (65.78); 3. *Emma Thor’ (VaT) 214-3 (65.31) PR; 4. *Veronika Kaňuchová’ (FlSt) 213-9 (65.17);

5. Nadia Maffo’ (FlSt) 211-8 (64.53) PR; 6. **Rachel Tanczos (NDm) 210-8 (64.21); 7. Jade Baker (Va) 208-8 (63.61) PR; 8. Stefani Vukajlović’ (Duke) 206-6 (62.95).

JT: 1. ***Madison Wiltrout (NC) 182-5 (55.60); 2. **Laura Paredes’ (FlSt) 176-5 (53.77); 3. *Marija Bogavac’ (Va) 160-0 (48.78); 4. **Rachel Kern (WF) 158-4 (48.26) PR; 5. **Gabrielle Diederich (NDm) 155-5 (47.39) PR.

Hept(5/9-10): 1. Atherley 5855; 2. **Erin Marsh (Duke) 5806 PR; 3. ***Timara Chapman (NCSt) 5412 PR; 4. Holly Hankenson (Louis) 5313. ◻︎

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