Helenor Wilson helped FAU place second at the A-Sun Championships.
April 17, 2004
Orlando, FL - Daquia McCoy brought home first place finishes in three events, as Florida Atlantic University had its best showing in school history at the Atlantic Sun Track and Field Championships Saturday in Orlando, FL. The Lady Owls placed second as a team, finishing only behind Central Florida. Ashley Stough joined McCoy in the winner's circle when she placed first in the discus, with an A-Sun record-breaking toss of 46.19m.
FAU dominated the 400m hurdles, taking second, third, and fourth place. Helenor Wilson placed second with at time of 1:03.10. Lindsay Glover (1:04.41) and Cindy Lane (1:04.84) took third and fourth, respectively.
Raynell Hagberg, the reigning A-Sun Performer-of-the-Week, placed second in the 800m. Hagberg had a time of 2:12.93.
Nina Panebianco rounded out FAU's top-three finishers. Panebianco placed third in the hammer throw, chucking it 47.6m.
Helenor Wilson (56.69/4th)
Shannon Demerest (1:01.11/12th)
Brittany Powers (40:08.84/11th)
3000 Steeple Chase
Amy Springer (12:29.18/11th)
Ariel Davis (5.37m/5th)
Shannon Demerest (5.32/6th)
Shannon Demerest (9.94m/10th)