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Clarksville, TN – For the past two seasons, Austin Peay State University track and field enjoyed a run of success unprecedented during the Doug Molnar era that had the Lady Govs among the shortlist of contenders at the Ohio Valley Conference Championships.
Not only have all three of Austin Peay’s 2015 NCAA East Preliminary competitors—senior Breigh Jones and juniors Chancis Jones and Kaylnn Pitts—missed a significant portion of both indoor and outdoor season, the Governors as a team have seen illness and injury affect not only weekend competition but development during training sessions as well. So the Govs will be back in a familiar place when action begins 9:00am, Friday, for the 2016 OVC Outdoor Championships in Nashville—under the radar. The jumps contingent could get a boost in the form of Pitts, who has not competed since March 26th, but Molnar confirmed will be entered in competition this weekend. Meanwhile Jones’ protege, junior Terri Morris, looks to make a name for herself this weekend.
A third Governor, sophomore Allysha Scott, has made strides in recent weeks to provide a potential third point-earner for Austin Peay.
If anyone can be considered a sure thing heading into the weekend, it’s senior Kymmalett Ross. Ross, Jones, Morris and Scott also have the potential to lead Austin Peay to a high mark in the 4x400m relay.
Juniors Molly Jordan and Unjala Lester posted personal-bests in the 800m run in their last attempts two weeks ago at the Memphis Invitational, while sophomore Becca Wheeler looks to break the 12-minute mark in the 3000m steeplechase for the first time in her Austin Peay career. So Coach Crowley was understandably grateful when a friend mentioned CampusFundraiser to him. Describing the time spent developing and implementing the program as “A GREAT experience!” Coach Crowley has equally nice things to say about the CampusFundraiser staff and the fundraising program itself.
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Ajee' Wilson just completed the second major hurdle of her high school track and field career. From local news to politics to entertainment and sports, the twice daily Right Now eNewsletter has all of the New Jersey news you need! Celebrating at the conclusion of the final event on the track at the Rio Olympic Games, Russell became the first Seminole medal winner on the track since Walter Dix won a pair of bronze medals at the 2008 Games in Beijing, China. Russell, and fellow Bahamian and former Seminole Stephen Newbold, were responsible for half the medal haul by Seminoles at the conclusion of the 21-day Games.

Qualifying for the Olympic Games is no small feat, and a host of Seminoles followed up with outstanding performances in their specialties. Distance runners Colleen Quigley (USA) and Susan Kuijken (Netherlands) advanced to the finals in the steeplechase and 5000-meter run, respectively, where they parlayed lifetime-best performances into eighth-place finishes.
Linden Hall (Australia) and Violah Lagat (Kenya), who like Quigley and Kuijken were making their first Olympic appearances, advanced to the semifinals in the 1500-meter run and came within one position of moving on to the final in their respective heats.
Kimberly Williams (Jamaica) qualified sixth overall in the deepest pool of triple jump finalists in recent Olympic history, then reached the final eight before finishing seventh overall in her second appearance at the Games.
Fellow Jamaican and 2006 NCAA discus runner-up Kellion Knibb’s first trip to the Games ended in the qualifying round.
Marvin Bracy (USA) and Kemar Hyman (Cayman Islands) competed in the men’s 100-meter dash. Among the busiest former Seminoles in Rio were Belgium twins Jonathan and Kevin Borlee, who competed in both the 400 and 4x400 relay.
FSU school record-holder Anne Zagre’s second trip to the Olympics ended in the semifinal round of the 100-meter hurdles as the Belgium national champion advanced from the qualifying heat which also included 2016 Seminole Meme Jean (Haiti), whose debut was shortened when she crashed into a hurdle.
Shaquania Dorsett (Bahamas), a freshman for the Noles in 2016, had her Olympic experience short-circuited by injury as she was unable to represent her nation in the 4x400 relay. While Russell ultimately left Rio with hardware, his Games did not get off to a great start, as he was disqualified in the preliminary round of the 400-meter dash.
The medal puts him in elite company, joining Dix and Walter McCoy (1984 gold) as the only Seminole men to collect Olympic hardware. Braman said he hopes to have Russell back involved in the program in the near future, as he plans to return to Tallahassee to pursue a master’s degree, continue to train with an eye toward Tokyo in 2020 and perhaps assist the next batch of Seminoles reaching the Olympics.
Freshmen Savannah Amato and Dascha Hix rank first and third in the OVC entering the weekend. Senior Breigh Jones, facing what could be her final event as a Governor, looks to add to her all-time medal count (14, including four gold medals) while vying to become Austin Peay’s first-ever four-year NCAA Preliminary qualifier. Besides coaching the Women’s Track & Field Team, he has had the chronic worry of raising money to get the group to a wide range of competition locations inside and outside the state. Newbold was also awarded bronze after anchoring the Bahamas to a spot in the finals from the preliminary rounds, though he did not compete in the final. Kuijken was also 14th in the 10,000-meter run final, missing a personal-best by just over one second in the field of 37.

While Hyman did not advance from the preliminary round, Bracy did make the semifinal, where he finished 14th overall in his Olympic debut. Still, the 2014 Florida State graduate used that experience to his benefit in the semifinals and finals of the 4x400. Russell handed off the baton to in a very close third behind Botswana and eventual champion USA, positioning the Bahamas for a medal performance.
That’s an impressive ascent for the two-year Nole, who was a three-time junior college All-American and earned four All-American honors as a relays contributor at FSU. Earlier this spring, Amato became the first Gov to hit the 13-foot mark since APSU Hall of Famer Carrie Burggraf, while Hix looks to add a second OVC gold medal to her trophy case after winning the indoor pole vault at Tennessee State in February.
The problem is, the more team members you’ve got ready to compete, the more money it takes to get them to the competition.” And that means funds for travel, hotel, food, uniforms, and equipment. Olympian and former Columbia High star Joetta Clark set in 1979.And now, Wilson has tackled obstacle No. While neither advanced beyond the first rounds in individual events, they teamed up to set the Belgium national record in the finals of the 4x400, finishing fourth overall and just three one-hundredths of a second off the medal stand. After a lengthy search which included several top-flight Division 1 programs, Wilson, perhaps the most sought-after girls track and field recruit in the country, has chosen Florida State as her college destination.``I feel relieved that it's over,'' Wilson said, ``but I actually had a good experience.
Wilson, a student at the Neptune Academy of Allied Health and Science, also considered Texas, LSU and Tennessee before settling on competing for the Seminoles and enjoying campus life in Tallahassee. Florida State was her fourth and final official visit.``My first visit was LSU and I was so positive when I got home that I was going there,'' Wilson said. Thanks to her I was able to make a more informed decision.''Florida State's women's track team is coached by Bob Braman, and the women's distance coach is Karen Harvey.
FSU finished second in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships last spring.Wilson said it was the coaches and combination of other things which put Florida State over the top.
She added that FSU's location on the East Coast was not a factor even though she happened to choose the eastern-most school among those she considered.``The coaching staff, first of all, they were all so wonderful to me,'' Wilson said.

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