Final home track meet will feature national, international standouts
Frosh heptathlete ninth after Day 1 at Texas Relays
Seminole 400-meter specialists shine at Razorback Invitational
ACC Performer of Week is lone athlete in top 10 in track and field events
Men's 4x400, Freeman and throwers show way for track 'Noles
A versatile, third-year contributor on the track who has been a key component on the 4x400 relay, while also providing points in the 400 hurdles...an All-ACC Academic performer in 2013 for the Seminoles.
Outdoor: Enjoyed a breakthrough season, lowering her personal-best in the 400-meter hurdles by two seconds, while also contributing to FSU's NCAA East Preliminary-qualifying 4x400 relay team...came up huge at the ACC Championships with a PR in the 400 hurdle finals (1:00.73) to place fifth, after qualifying seventh...the Seminoles went on to post a narrow runner-up team finish.
Indoor: Teamed with Elizabeth Ichite, Sage Watson and Marsha Ariol on the Seminoles' runner-up ACC Championships 4x400 relay (3:40.07), which posted the fastest mark indoors or outdoors in three seasons...contributed a blistering 55.34 split to the runner-up effort, helping FSU to a second place team finish...established new 400 PR (56.38) at the Razorback Invitational.
Outdoor: Saw action in the 400-meter hurdles for the first time and made rapid improvement, capped by a personal-best of 1:02.52 at the ACC Championships, where she narrowly missed qualifying for the finals...also saw time as a member of the 4x400 relay team.
Indoor: Competed in four meets as a true freshman, including the ACC Championships, where she was a member of FSU's fifth-place 4x400 relay and also competed in the 400-meter dash...established her 400-meter season-best at Razorback Invitational (57.86).
Personal: Exceptional student who is majoring in music, where she is also quite versatile...came to FSU from South County High where she was the Virginia AAA state indoor runner-up in the long jump as a senior...earned Washington Post All-Met honors...born October 8, 1992