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Seminoles Men & Women Sweep ACC Championships


The Mens and Womens teams won the outdoor track & field championships, becoming only the fourth school to sweep both the indoor and outdoor championships. With the victory the women secured the Triple Crown (Cross Country, Indoor T&F, Outdoor T&F). Probably of more interest to this site, Jalen Ramsey finished third in the long jump, John Franklin III was eighth in the 100m, and both were part of the winning 4x100m relay team. Dentarius Locke won National Track Performer of the Week with his performance at the meet: winning both the 100m and 4x100m relay and finishing third in both the 200m and 4x400m relay.

Big Signing Class for the Noles


The Seminoles Track and Field team has one of the nation's top signing classes thus far. They have four of the nation's top sprinters, the top shot putter, and a top distance runner. Another track athlete of note is Fred Jones, same as the recent football signee, who is ranked 7th nationally in the shot put. Here is another write-up on the recently signed athletes:

Jalen Ramsey and John Franklin III make their track and field debut


Ramsey will be competing in the long jump and Franklin will be running the 60m sprint in Albuquerque, NM. The meet is tonight (Friday) and Saturday.

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