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    Hill Wins 3,000m at ACCs; Kornegay-Gober Named Field MVP
     
    Hill won the men's 3,000 meters for the second year in row.
    Hill won the men's 3,000 meters for the second year in row.
     

    Feb. 25, 2012

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    ROXBURY, Mass. – Another race, another record for NC State distance runner Ryan Hill.

    The junior from Hickory, N.C., won the 3,000 meter run on Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Track Center for his second career individual title and his fourth overall title at the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships.

    He also became the third NC State entry this weekend to set a new meet record in route to a title, following junior Kris Kornegay-Gober’s win in the high jump and the Hill-anchored win by the distance medley relay team on Friday night.

    Those victories propelled the Wolfpack men to a sixth-place finish in the team competition with 61 points.  The Wolfpack women, with All-ACC performances on Saturday by senior Lawanda Henry and redshirt freshman Laura Hoer, finished seventh with 47 points.

    Kornegay-Gober was named the ACC Championship Field Most Valuable Performer for breaking the meet’s second-oldest record with his 7-feet, 3 ¾-inch leap in the high jump on Friday.




    ACC Men's Team Results
    1. Florida State 123
    2. Virginia Tech 95.50
    3. North Carolina 84.50
    4. Virginia 80
    5. Clemson 78
    6. NC State 61
    7. Duke 47
    8. Georgia Tech 33.50
    9. Maryland 28
    10. Miami 19
    11. Wake Forest 10
    12. Boston College 2.50

    ACC Women's Team Results
    1. Clemson 166
    2. Florida State 87
    3. North Carolina 85
    4. Virginia 59
    5. Virginia Tech 53
    6. Duke 48
    7. NC State 47
    8. Maryland 35
    9. Miami 32
    10. Boston College 26
    11. Georgia Tech 21
    12. Wake Forest 4


    Hill’s run of 8:00.70 broke the meet record set in 1999 by Wake Forest’s Nolan Swanson by nearly three seconds, though it did not challenge the overall ACC record of 7:43.08 Hill set earlier this season at the Flotrack Husky Classic in Seattle. Teammates Bobby Moldovan and Matt Sonnenfeldt finished fifth and sixth, respectively, to give the Wolfpack 17 total points in the event.

    Hill now has two career victories in the 3,000 meters at the indoor championships. He has also been a part of two DMR championships in his three indoor seasons, anchoring the teams in 2011 and ’12 that set the meet records.

    He will take next weekend off to prepare for the NCAA Indoor Championships on March 9-10 in Nampa, Idaho. Other Wolfpack athletes will have a final chance to hit NCAA qualifying marks in the Virginia Tech Final Qualifier next weekend in Blacksburg, Va.

    For the Wolfpack women, Henry had her best throw of the season at 51-feet, 10 ½-inches to finish second in the shot put for her fourth consecutive All-ACC award.

    Hoer, running in her first indoor conference meet, won her second all-conference award by finishing third in the women’s 3,000 meters. Teammate Joanna Thompson was close behind, finishing fifth. Hoer also won All-ACC honors on Friday in the 5,000 meters.

    ACC Indoor Track & Field Championships
    Reggie Lewis Track Center
    Roxbury, Mass.
    NC State’s Day 2 Results

    Men’s mile
    8. Brian Himelright           4:11.38

    Women’s mile
    10. Erin Mercer                 5:01.51

    Men’s 400 meters
    8. Daniel Fretz                   49.48

    Women’s 800 meters
    7. Kenyetta Iyevbele      2:12.23

    Men’s 3,000 meters
    1. Ryan Hill*                          8:00.70
    5. Bobby Moldovan         8:09.46
    6. Matt Sonnenfeldt       8:11.76
    20. Patrick Campbell       8:21.79
    26. Bryan Spreitzer          8:27.80
    -- Brian Himelright           DNF

    Women’s 3,000 meters
    3. Laura Hoer                     9:33.42
    7. Joanna Thompson      9:36.67
    30. Samantha Norman   10:17.54

    Men’s 4X400 Relay
    10. NC State                       3:19.74
                    DeFrancesco, Sivakumaran, Boatwright, Fretz

    Women’s shot put
    2. Lawanda Henry                            51’ 10.50”
    6. Tremanisha Taylor                      48’ 02.50”

    Men’s Shot put
    10. Jule Rich                                        51’ 9.75”

    Men’s triple jump
    5. Kwame Boatwright                     49’ 11”
    8. Rueben Malone                           49’ 2.75”
    9. Carl Marant                                    48’ 6.75”

    Women’s triple jump
    5. Jazueline Daniels                         41’ 04.25”
    13. Karimah Shepherd                   39’ 05”

    * ACC Championship meet record


     

     

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