ACC Men — Florida State’s Successful Defense

Seminole star Trey Cunningham twice broke 13.20, his 13.16 being the =No. 10 collegiate performance ever. (KIRBY LEE/IMAGE OF SPORT)

DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA, May 12-13 — To say the least, Florida State’s men were dominant at the ACC, scoring the most points since the league expanded to 15 teams, 149. And their 56-point margin of victory over Virginia Tech was also a record.

Said Seminole head Bob Braman, “It takes everyone to accomplish something like this. Coaches, support staff, trainers, massage therapists and administration, everyone is a part of this. We didn’t miss much. We had a great meet.”

Notable among the winners was NCAA hurdle favorite Trey Cunningham, who cranked out a 13.16 final after producing the =No. 10 collegiate performance ever with his 13.13 heat.

Also standing out was Virginia junior Ethan Dabbs, who claimed the yearly collegiate javelin lead with a 272-0 (82.92) heave that advanced him to No. 8 on the all-time collegiate list.


ACC MEN’S RESULTS

(5/12—10K, LJ, HT; 5/13—St, PV, TJ, SP, JT)

Teams: 1. Florida State 149; 2. Virginia Tech 93; 3. Virginia 83; 4. North Carolina 78; 5. Miami 61; 6. tie, Clemson & Duke 59; 8. Notre Dame 55; 9. Louisville 53; 10. Wake Forest 42; 11. NC State 40; 12. Pitt 30; 13. Syracuse 10; 14. Boston College 4; 15. Georgia Tech 1.

100(1.2): 1. *JoVaughn Martin (FlSt) 10.13; 2. *Cole Beck (VaT) 10.18; 3. **Amir Willis (FlSt) 10.22; 4. **Taylor Banks (FlSt) 10.24.

200(0.8): 1. ***Kahleje Tillmon (VaT) 20.41; 2. Beck 20.47; 3. Willis 20.50; 4. ***Wanya McCoy’ (Clem-Bah) 20.50.

400: 1. *DaeQwan Butler (FlSt) 45.55; 2. Jordan Willis (Va) 45.70; 3. ***Sean Watkins (FlSt) 45.74.

800: 1. Ayman Zahafi’ (Mia-Mor) 1:46.79; 2. *Tarees Rhoden’ (Clem-Jam) 1:47.43; 3. Tim Zepf (NDm) 1:47.71;

4. **Oskars Bambals’ (Mia-Lat) 1:47.91.

1500: 1. *Thomas Vanoppen’ (WF-Bel) 3:42.25; 2. ***Wes Porter (Va) 3:42.44; 3. Nick Dahl (Duke) 3:43.07; 4. *Jesse Hunt’ (NC-Aus) 3:43.27.

St: 1. Ben Fleming (VaT) 8:31.97; 2. ***Yasin Sado (Va) 8:33.39; 3. **Brett Gardner (NCSt) 8:37.75; 4. ***Nathan Mountain (Va) 8:39.42; 5. *Benjamin Nibbelink (VaT) 8:41.58.

5000: 1. *Dylan Jacobs (NDm) 13:23.45; 2. Adriaan Wildschutt’ (FlSt-SA) 13:28.03; 3. *Aaron Las Heras’ (WF-Spa) 13:38.02; 4. **Nate Kawalec (NCSt) 13:39.40.

10,000: 1. Ahmed Muhumed’ (FlSt-Som) 28:48.69; 2. Alex Ostberg (NC) 28:49.36; 3. *Antonio Lopez Segura’ 28:53.34.

110H(0.9): 1. Trey Cunningham (FlSt) 13.16; 2. *Giano Roberts (Clem) 13.43; 3. **Jaheem Hayles’ (Syr-Jam) 13.58;

4. *Josh Brockman (NCSt).

Heats: II(0.9)–1. Cunningham 13.13 (x, =10 C).

400H: 1. **James Rivera (FlSt) 50.36; 2. **Craig Saddler (NC) 50.42; 3. Max Frye (NDm) 50.70; 4. **Matthew Harris (NC) 51.36.

4 x 100: 1. Virginia Tech 38.69 (Tillmon, Walker, Harrison, Beck); 2. Florida State 38.93; 3. Clemson 39.19; 4. NC State 39.47.

4 x 400: 1. Clemson 3:05.15 (McCoy, Rhoden, Rose, Thornton); 2. Florida State 3:05.83; 3. Pitt 3:06.07; 4. Miami 3:06.78; 5. North Carolina 3:08.86; 6. Virginia 3:09.69.

Field Events

HJ: 1. **Trey Allen (Louis) 7-1¾ (2.18); 2. *Beau Allen (Duke) 7-½ (2.15); 3. *Tony Jones (WF) 7-½; 4. *Luke Nichols (Louis) 7-½.

PV: 1. Erick Duffy (Duke) 17-9¾ (5.43); 2. Sean Roth (Louis) 17-5¾ (5.33).

LJ: 1. Isaac Grimes (FlSt) 26-5 (8.05); 2. **Jeremiah Davis (FlSt) 26-1½ (7.96); 3. **Jeremiah Willis (Louis) 25-11w (7.90); 4. *Jacore Irving (FlSt) 25-8¼w (7.83).

TJ: 1. Robinson 53-8¼w (16.36) (53-6½/ 16.32); 2. **Owayne Owens’ (Va-Jam) 53-1 (16.18); 3. **Jeremiah Davis (FlSt) 53-¼ (16.16).

SP: 1. **Michael Shoaf (NDm) 64-11½ (19.80); 2. **Thomas Kitchell (WF) 62-8 (19.10); 3. John Stefan (NDm) 62-½ (18.91).

DT: 1. ***Claudio Romero’ (Va-Chl) 217-2 (66.21); 2. *Roje Stona’ (Clem-Jam) 200-2 (61.03); 3. *Jeffrey Williams (Mia) 195-1 (59.47); 4. **Milton Ingraham (FlSt) 191-10 (58.47); 5. *Andrew White (WF) 191-0 (58.22).

HT: 1. *Decio Andrade’ (Mia-Por) 232-6 (70.88); 2. *James Joycey’ (NC-Aus) 221-2 (67.41); 3. **Khalil Bedoui’ (VaT-Qat) 214-1 (65.27).

JT: 1. *Ethan Dabbs (Va) 272-0 (82.92) (CL) (8, x C; 4, x AmC) (251-4, 266-3 PR [8, x AmC], 272-0, p, p, p) (76.61, 81.17, 82.92, p, p, p);

2. *Roman Mitchell (NC) 234-8 (71.54); 3. William Kahn (Duke) 234-0 (71.33); 4. Noah Walker (Pitt) 230-5 (70.24);

5. Christopher Shanahan (Duke) 223-5 (68.10).

Dec(5/12-13): 1. Felix Wolter’ (Pitt-Ger) 7880; 2. ***Isaac Young (NC) 7173; 3. **William Ott (FlSt) 7105. ◻︎

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