Six FSU athletes are competing at the IAAF World Junior Championships this week in Eugene, Ore.
Sprinter grabs 100 silver; Cherry and Over advance to Sunday finals
Five Seminoles will compete this weekend at the US Junior Track & Field Championships.
FSU track teams produce 12 All-ACC Academic Honorees
Transfer blazes path to 400 semis at USA Outdoor Championships
First-year Seminole is making her NCAA postseason debut in the 100-meter hurdles at the East Preliminary meet...checks in tied for No. 27 in the East...currently ranked No. 10 among U.S. Collegians on the U-20 World Junior rankings.
Outdoor: Raced to a lifetime-best time of 13.43 in the 100-meter hurdles in a runner-up finish to teammate and Belgian Olympian Anne Zagre at the Seminole Invitational...her 13.43 ranks No. 7 all-time among Seminoles...contributed a sixth-place finish to FSU's ACC Outdoor Championships title march in her specialty after running 13.88 in the prelims...competed in six meets for the `Noles, and opened her outdoor season with a victory at the FSU Relays in 13.69.
Indoor: Competed in four meets during the season...top performance came at the Razorback Invitational where she qualified sixth for the finals of the 60-meter hurdles and placed fourth in a lifetime-best of 8.63...missed advancing to the finals at the ACC Indoor Championships in the 60 hurdles by one place after running 8.67 in the prelims.
Personal: Decorated Canadian junior athlete...won silver at the 2013 PanAmerican Games in the 100 hurdles after claiming Canadian junior title...semifinalist at 2012 World Junior and 2011 World Youth championships...Canadian youth record holder in 100 hurdles (13.38) and three-time (2011-13) high school state champion...holds Ontario U19 100 hurdles record...was named Canadian Youth Athlete of the Year (2012)...outstanding student who is majoring in exercise science at FSU...born April 18, 1995.