Trio of track & field/cross country 'Noles named Academic All-Americans
Fout, Winslow Sweep ACC Scholar-Athlete awards; Brits, Winslow Academic All-Americans
Four championship-bound track athletes honored
Seminoles excel on the field, in the classroom and in the community in 2011-12.
Barroilhet earns ACC men's track honor; 14 'Noles chosen All-ACC Academic
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Has immediately stepped in to fill the void created by the departure of four-time national champion Kim Williams in the triple jump...ranked among the top-three nationally throughout the indoor season...unleashed her all-time best (13.54m/44-5.25) at the 2012 NCAA Indoor Championships, finishing second, highest among all FSU athletes...selected ACC Field Event Performer of the Year...matched her previous career-best indoors at the ACC Championship (13.19m), but was forced to settle for second-place on a jump-off...picked up ACC Performer of the Week honors on Jan. 31 following her victorty at the Razorback Invitational (13.15m); one of three wins on the year. 2011: Outdoor - qualified for the NCAA Championship meet in Des Moines following her sixth-place finish in the First Round competition...used a then-PR of 13.04m to finish third at the ACC Championships... posted her lone victory at the Seminole Twilight meet. Indoor - qualified for the NCAA Championships at Texas A&M...was the ACC Championship runner-up behind Williams with a leap of 13.15m...was a top-five finisher in five of six indoor meets...achieved her indoor PR (13.19m) for the first time Tyson Invitational, which was good for fourth...opened season with a runner-up finish at Virginia Tech. 2010: Outdoor - qualified for the NCAA East Regional in the triple jump...scored a seventh-place finish in her first ACC Outdoor Championship appearance with a wind-aided 12.75m effort...was second at FSU Relays...also competed in the long jump. Indoor - scored a fifth-place finish at the ACC Indoor Championships (12.75)...posted her first major collegiate victory at the Tyson Invitational with a then-PR of 12.79m. 2009: Was an NCAA East Regional qualifier in the triple jump as a freshman at the University of Florida, where she posted the ninth-best mark in school history (12.46m)...scored at both the SEC Outdoor and Indoor Championships, finishing fourth and fifth, respectively. Personal: Starred locally at Tallahassee's North Florida Christian, where she set the FHSAA record by winning six consecutive state championships in the triple jump...had a high school PR of 39-7.50...finished first at the 2004 US Junior National meet (39-1.50)...the sister of former FSU special teams football captain Ochuko Jenije...an outstanding student who has earned multiple All-ACC Academic honors...completing her degree requirements this spring in international affairs and aspires to become an ambassador...born Aug. 17, 1990.