Day: December 8, 2017
The Indoor season is around the corner. Over the next few weeks we will list the top returning athletes from different conferences. This edition we will take a look at the ACC.
20. Shauna Helps (Florida State)- The defending 100 meter dash Conference Champion will be back to win the 60 meter dash Indoors.
19. Jogaile Petrokaite(Florida State)- She broke through to win the Long Jump Title at the ACC Indoor Championships last season, and will be back to do it again in 2018.
18. Cordell Lamb(Clemson)- Last season, he set personal bests of 21.15 in the 200 meter dash, and 46.68 in the 400 meter dash at the ACC Indoor Championships. We look for him to set more personal best in 2018.
17. Eleonora Omoregie (Florida State)- In 2017, she won the Indoor & Outdoor Conference Titles in the High Jump as a Freshman which is an very impressive feat. We look for her to become an First Team All-American in 2018.
16. Vincent Ciattei(Virginia Tech)- He set a Personal Best at the Indoor Championships in the Mile with a time on 4:01.04 to win the event. The Senior will look to repeat in 2018.
15. Patrick Joseph(Virginia Tech)- The Senior has a had a great collegiate career for the Virginia Teck Hokies program. During his career he has won three individual Conference titles. He will look to add another 800 meter title to the collection.
14. Madison Heath (Duke)- She won the Indoor & Outdoor Conference Title in the Pole Vault during the 2017 season. She will be back to improve on her 4.35m personal best she set in 2017.
13. Jordan Scott(Virginia)- He will be back to repeat his Indoor Triple Jump crown that he won as a Freshman.
12. Michelle Atherley(Miami)- The Junior will be back to build upon a season that saw her win the Pentahlon ACC Indoor Conference Title in 2017.
11. Rebekah Smith(Clemson)- Her Freshman season was great. She won the 60 meter dash at the ACC Indoor Championships to start then placed 2nd at the ACC Outdoor Championships in the 100 meter dash. We look for her to repeat in the 60 meter dash in 2018.
10. Chris McBride (Clemson)- The reigning ACC Indoor Long Jump Champion will be back to defend his title in 2018, and to also start his quest for a NCAA Title.
9. Jeffrey Green(Clemson)- His has won the past two 400 meter dash ACC Indoor titles. We feel he will 3-Pat in 2018.
8. Cravont Charleston(North Carolina State)- He had a great Freshman season, where he won the ACC Outdoor 100 Meter Dash title. He finished 2nd in the 60 meter dash at the ACC Indoor title.
7. Jack Lint(Virginia)- The defending Conference Heptathlon champion will look to repeat again. He took home 2nd place in the Decathlon for Outdoors in the ACC for 2017. His Junior season may be his best yet.
6. Darryl Haraway(Florida State)- He won the 60 meter dash , and 200 meter dash at the ACC Indoor Championships last season. He will look to complete the Double-Double in 2018.
5. Michael Davenport(Virginia Tech)- He will be back to build on a very impressive Freshman season where he ran 20.97 in the 200 meter dash, and 10.43 in the 100 meter dash.
4. Armani Wallace(Florida State)- The 2017 ACC Outdoor Championships was his coming out party, he won both the Long Jump & Triple Jump titles. Duplicating this during the 2018 Indoor season would be great to start the season.
3. Robert Heppenstall(Wake Forest)- He placed 4th in the 800 Meters at the 2017 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships to earn First All-American honors, and ran his PB 1:46.68. He will be back to regain the ACC Indoor 800 meter title that he won as a Freshman.
2. Anna Rohrer(Notre Dame)- She had a very impressive Sophomore campaign at South Bend. Rohrer, won the Indoor Conference title in the 5000 meters, she finished 3rd in the 5K at the 2017 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships, then she won the 5K & 10K Titles at the ACC Outdoor Championships. We are excited to see what her Junior season will bring.
1. Justyn Knight (Syracuse)- He has a clear path to the Bowerman Trophy with a strong Indoor Season.