Seniors Locke, Harris finish second, sixth in final races as Seminoles
FSU soph is first NCAA women's discus scorer in program history
Locke, Harris and women's 4x100 are moving on to finals
'Noles will send 14 individuals, three relay teams to NCAA Championships
Thirty-four Seminoles will compete in the three-day NCAA East Preliminary meet.
Redshirt freshman will make her NCAA Outdoor Championships debut in the heptathlon as the No. 4 seed nationally...scored a Florida State school record 5,706 points en route to ACC Outdoor Championships heptathlon title...performance came 11 months after 2013 season-ending knee surgery.
Outdoor: Has enjoyed an incredible outdoor season, establishing new career-best marks in four of seven heptathlon events...highlight came at ACC Outdoor Championships, where she smashed the 24-year school record by nearly 300 points with 5,706 total, claiming FSU's first multi-event conference crown since 2000...had the top mark in four of seven events, including the javelin (45.24m), shot put (12.55m), high jump (1.76m) and long jump (5.89m)...also placed seventh as an individual in the javelin, contributing a total of 11 points to the Seminoles' first ACC team title since 2009...placed eighth at the Texas Relays with 5,398 points in her first collegiate heptathlon.
Indoor: Began her comeback by competing in six meets during the indoor season, focusing on the pentathlon events...placed sixth at the Razorback Invitational in the pentathlon (3,656 points); her first as a collegian...one month later produced a 3,776-point performance at the ACC Indoor Championships to place fifth for the Seminoles, who won the team title...total established a new Florida State record.
Outdoor: Competed in four meets before suffering a season-ending knee injury in practice the week before the ACC Outdoor Championships, requiring surgery and leading to a medical redshirt.
Indoor: Was shut down with an injury after competing in season-opening Auburn Invitational, leading to medical redshirt.
Personal: Native Estonian who follows in a long family line of heptathletes, including her sister Grit, who competed in the 2012 Olympics, as well as her mother...recognized as Estonia's top youth and junior female athlete in 2010...placed fourth in the heptathlon at the 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada, just one point shy of bronze medal...was ninth at 2012 World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain...completed music school before coming to Florida State...majoring in psychology...born May 29, 1993.