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  Teona Rodgers
Teona Rodgers

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Tampa, Fla.

High School:
Wharton

Event:
Hurdles/Sprints


NCAA All-American

100m Hurdles: 2008

4X100M Relay Outdoor: 2009

IAAF World Junior Champion

100m Hurdles: 2008

NCAA All-East Region Champion

4x100m: 2009

NCAA All-East Region

100m Hurdles: 2008

4x100m Outdoor: 2009

ACC Champion

200m Dash Outdoor: 2010

All-ACC

4x100m Relay Outdoor: 2009, 2010

200m Dash Outdoor: 2009, 2010

60m hurdles Outdoor: 2009

100m Dash Outdoor: 2010

Collegiate Bests:

55m: 7.02 (Indoor)

60m: 7.44 (Indoor)

100m: 11.51 (Outdoor)

200m: 23.08 (Outdoor), 23.42 (Indoor)

55m hurdles: 7.88 (Indoor)

60m hurdles: 8.07 (Indoor)

100m hurdles: 13.25 (Outdoor)

2010 Track:

Outdoor-

• Ranks 26th in the nation

• ACC Champion in the 200m

• Placed eighth in the women's 5000m run at the Georgia Tech Invitational with a time of 17:25.90.

• Named as ACC Performer's of the Week along with 4x100m teammates Candyce McGrone, Marecia Pemberton, and Danielle Jeffrey.

• Helped to capture first place in the 4x100 women's relay with a combined time of 43.13 at the Seminole Twilight. The combined time of 43.13 is the second fastest time in FSU history.

• Took second place in women's 100m Elite Section with a time of 11.51 at the Seminole Twilight.

• Placed fifth with the women's 4x100m relay squad with a time of 44.30 at the Penn Relays with teammates Marecia Pemberton, Candyce McGrone, and Danielle Jeffrey. Combined, the squad ran the fourth-fastest time of 1:33.52 at the competition.

• Earned an All-ACC honor and third place with a time of 11.34 in the 100m at the ACC Outdoor Championships. Rodgers also placed first with a time of 22.81 in the 200m, beating Candyc McGrone, and received another All-ACC honor.

• Earned second place with the women's 4x100m relay squad with a time of 44.72 at the ACC Outdoor Championships with teammates Cinnamon Johnson, Marecia Pemberton, and Danielle Jeffrey. The squad beat Clemson by less than a half second.

• Took fourth place with women's 4x100m relay squad with a time of 44.57 at the Florida Relays with teammates Marecia Pemberton, Candyce McGrone, and Danielle Jeffrey.

• Placed sixth with a time of 23.32 in the women's 200m at the Texas and Florida Relays. Her time is the fourth fastest in the NCAA.

• Won first place with a time of 24.06 in the 200m, standing 15th in nation for best time, at the FSU Relays.

Indoor-

• Competed in three meets during the indoor season.

2009 Track:

Outdoor-

• Earned a gold medal in the 4x100m relay as the last leg at the ACC Outdoor Championships with a time of 44.31. Broke the ACC record with this time.

• Dominated the 4x100m relay at the NCAA Regional meet as the last leg that helped FSU win the gold medal with a time of 43.64

• Took home the silver medal in the 4x100m relay at the NCAA Outdoor Championships as the last leg in the squad posting a 43.33 time. Time is FSU's third fastest performance in school history.

• Became FSU's 100m hurdle record holder with her performance of 13.01 and set a lifetime best record in the 100m dash with a time of 11.55 at the Disney Invitational.

• Named ACC Performer of the Week for her performances at the Disney Invitational.

• Captured first place in the 4x100m relay at the Texas Relays with a time of 43.62.

Indoor-

• Posted a time of 23.62 in the 200m dash at the NCAA Indoor Championships.

• Earned a silver medal at the ACC Indoor Championships in the 60m hurdles with a personal record time of 8.07.

• Won her second silver medal at the conference meet in the 200m with a time of 23.42.

• Placed fourth in the 60m hurdles with at time of 8.22 at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational and went on to take third in the 200m dash with the time of 23.57.

• Took sixth place in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.36 at the Tyson Invitational.

• Opened the season with a third place finish in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.36 at the Virginia Tech Hokie Invitational.

2008 Track:

Outdoor-

• Won the 100m hurdle at the 2008 IAAF World Junior Championships with a time of 13.40 in a -2.6 wind.

• Named NCAA All-American, the first by an FSU hurdler since Olympian Kim Batten in 1991.

• Advanced to semi-finals at the NCAA Championships where she finished sixth in the 100m hurdles with a time of 13:37.

• Earned All-East Region honors with a seventh-place finish of 13.67. Ran a 13.66 during the prelims.

• Ran a 23.67 in the 200m dash preliminaries at the East Regional to finish 10th overall.

• Recorded the fourth-fastest 100m hurdle time in school history, a 13.35 at the Snowbird Invitational. Time was the sixth-fastest in the ACC.

• Set her regional mark in the 200m at the ACC Championships with a 23.67 that was the fifth-fastest in the league.

• Ran the second leg of the third-place 4x100m relay team at ACC Championships with a time of 45.16.

Indoor-

• Took fifth in the 60m dash at the conference championships with a time of 7.50.

• Finished eighth in the ACC Championships 200m with a 25.23.

• Ran 24.10 at the Tyson Invitational.

• Recorded an eighth-place time of 8.53 in the 60m hurdles at the ACC meet.

• Ran a season-best, NCAA Provisional time of 8.40 in the 100m hurdles at the Tyson Invitational.

Prep:

• Named a 2007 Nike All-American after becoming the 2006-07 100m hurdles Florida state champion.

• Set the 100m-hurdle state record at the Class 3A Championships with a time of 13.33.

• Finished first in the 200m at the Class 3A State Championships with a time of (23.44), which was the second-fastest time in the country this season.

• 2006-07 St. Petersburg Times Female Athlete of the Year.

• 2005-07 Tampa Tribune Female Athlete of the Year.

Personal:

Born March 26, 1989 ... Majoring in Social Science.

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