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A-Sun Awards: Sang and King Claim First Career A-Sun Honors

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

MACON, Ga. - USC Upstate's Jemeli Sang and North Florida's Christina King picked up their first career Atlantic Sun Women's Indoor Track and Field Performer of the Week Honors, announced Wednesday by the league office. Sang posted the fastest time this season in the 3,000-meter run at the Niswonger Invitational, while King improved her conference-leading mark of 3.65m in the pole vault at the Embry-Riddle Challenge.

TRACK ATHLETE OF THE WEEK:
Jemeli Sang, USC Upstate
(Sr. – Distance – Eldoret, Kenya – Chemistry)
OTHER NOMINEES: FIELD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK:
Christina King, North Florida
(Sr. – Pole Vault – Port Orange, Fla. – Public Relations and Mathematics)
OTHER NOMINEES:
2011-12 Atlantic Sun Women's Indoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week
Date Track Athlete of the Week (School)
Field Athlete of the Week (School)
Dec. 7 Carolyne Chelulei (USC Upstate)
Kelly Monteleone (ETSU)
Jan. 18 Brianna Frazier (North Florida)
Lexie Burley (ETSU)
Jan. 25 Erin Nixon (North Florida)
Katerina Vodova (ETSU)
Feb. 1 Jemeli Sang (USC Upstate)
Christina King (North Florida)

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