Three Jackets Earn All-ACC Honors At ACC Championships

Brandon Lasater won gold and first team All-ACC honors in the 800 meters

March 1, 2014

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CLEMSON, S.C. - Juniors Brandon Lasater, Broderick Snoddy and Nikita Kirillov earned All-ACC honors on the final day Saturday of the Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Championships at Clemson's Rock Norman Track Complex.

The men finished tied for seventh with 44 points, the most points the men have scored since 2010. The women placed 13th with 12.5 team points. Florida State became just the fifth program to sweep both the men's and women's ACC Indoor Track & Field Championships.

Lasater won gold and first team All-ACC honors in the 800 meters with a time of 1:51.38 for 10 team points. Teammate Zack Fanelty crossed the line in fifth (1:51.98), adding four points to Tech's team total.

Snoddy placed third in the men's 60 meters with a time of 6.77 to earn third team All-ACC honors and give Tech six team points. His fifth-place performance in the 200-meter finals with a time of 21.46 gave Tech four points.

Kirillov placed third in the pole vault with a height of 5.35m (17-06.50) to earn All-ACC third team honors and six points.

Jeremy Greenwald ran the mile final in a time of 4:12.05 to five Tech four additional team points.

The men's 4x400-meter relay team of Alexander Reese, Zack Fanelty, Julian Darden and Nat Estes took seventh in a time of 3:20.77 for two Tech points.

On the women's side Saturday, Samantha Becker tied for seventh in the pole vault to earn Tech 1.5 team points with a vault of 3.95m (12-11.50).

Men's Team Scoring
1.    Florida State 96
2.    North Carolina 89
3.    Notre Dame 84
4.    Virginia Tech 65
4.    Duke 67
6.    Virginia 54
T7.   Georgia Tech 44
T7.   Pitt 44
9.    Miami 39
10.  NC State 32
11.  Clemson 23
12.  Syracuse 17
13.  Wake Forest 9      
14. Boston College dns

Women's Team Scoring
1.       Florida State 96.5
2.       Duke 83
3.       Notre Dame 65
4.       Miami 62
5.       Virginia Tech 52
6.       Maryland 50
7.    North Carolina 49
8.    Clemson 45
9.    NC State 39
T10.  Syracuse 32
T10.  Virginia 32
12.  Pitt 26
13.  Georgia Tech 12.5
14. Wake Forest 11
15. Boston College 7