Nine Gamecocks Take Claim to All-SEC Honors for 2022 Outdoor Season
Nine Gamecock Track and Field athletes earned All-SEC honors, the conference announced on Wednesday.
COLUMBIA—Nine Gamecock Track and Field athletes earned All-SEC honors, the conference announced on Wednesday.
Seven men earned All-SEC or All-Freshman honors for their performances at the SEC Championships in May.
Jackson Marseille earned Second Team All-SEC honors for his performance in the men’s high jump. Marseille took third and cleared his personal best, a height of 2.18m/7-1.75.
Christian Lewis, Anthony Greenhow, Jr., Evan Miller and Dominic Dutton all earned Second Team All-SEC honors for their third-place performance in the men’s 4X100-meter relay. The quartet ran a time of 39.50, which was the second-fastest 4X100-meter relay time of the year.
Dylan Targgart and Carson Lenser both earned SEC All-Freshman honors. Both were the highest-placing freshman in their respective events.
Targgart tossed the shot put 18.78m/61-7.50 for seventh place at the conference meet. Targgart was also the men’s shot put All-Freshman honoree during the indoor season.
Lenser cleared an outdoor-season best height of 5.25m/17-2.75 in the pole vault to finish in fourth place, barely missing out on All-SEC honors in the event.
On the women’s side, Rachel Glenn earned Second Team All-SEC honors for her performance in the women’s high jump. She cleared 1.86m/6-1.25 in Oxford, Mississippi, to finish runner-up in the women’s high jump and claim her third career SEC medal.
Jayla Jamison claimed two SEC All-Freshman honors. Jamison made the SEC final in the 100 meters and 200 meters and was the only freshman to accomplish that feat. She took seventh in the 100-meter final and placed sixth in the 200 meters. Jamison was the top freshman in both events.
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