Wednesday, August 15, 2012

ACC In The Olympics

August 10, 2012
Athletics
  • Georgia Tech's Chaunte Howard Lowe (USA) finished 6th in the Women's High Jump Finals.
Diving
  • Duke's Nick McCrory (USA) totals 505.40 points, finishing the day in 9th place in the 10m Platform Diving Finals.

Aug. 8, 2012
Athletics
  • Miami's Murielle Ahoure (Ivory Coast) finished 6th in the 200m Finals with a time of 22.57.
  • Florida State's Gonzalo Barroilhet (Chile) competed in the Men's Decathlon 100m, Long Jump, Shot Put, High Jump and 400m, finishing the day in 23rd place with 3962 points. Barroilhet competes in the final five events on Thursday, August 9th.
  • Miami's T'Erea Brown (USA) finished 6th in the 400m hurdles Finals with a time of 55.07.
  • Florida State's Hannah England (England) ran a time of 4:06.35 in the Women's 1500m Semifinals, but will not advance to the Finals.
  • Florida State's Maurice Mitchell (USA) ran a time of 20.56 in the Men's 200m Semifinals, but will not advance to the Finals.
  • Duke's Shannon Rowury (USA) ran a time of 4:05.47 in the Women's 1500m Semifinals, automatically qualifying for the Finals on Friday, August 10th.
  • North Carolina's Alice Schmidt (USA) ran a time of 2:01:65 in the Women's 800m Preliminaries. Her time qualified her to advance to the Semifinals on Thursday, August 9th.
Basketball
  • Wake Forest's Chris Paul (USA) had 7 points, 3 assists and 5 steals in 119-86 win over Australia. USA advances to the Semifinals.
  • Maryland's Sarnas Jasikevicius (Lithuania) had 3 points, 3 assists, and 2 rebounds in 83-74 loss to Russia.
  • Duke's Martynas Pocius (Lithuania) had 5 points, and 3 assists in 83-74 loss to Russia.
  • Wake Forest's Darius Songaila (Lithuania) had 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 steals in 83-74 loss to Russia.
Diving
  • Miami's Brittany Viola (USA) finished 14th in the 10m Platform Preliminaries and will compete in the Semifinals Thursday, August 9th.
Field Hockey
  • North Carolina's Illse Davids (South Africa) played 53 minutes in 2-1 loss to Japan.
Aug. 7, 2012
Track and Field
  • Florida State's Barbara Parker (Great Britain) ran a personal best time of 15:12:81, getting ninth place in Round 1 of the women's 5000m. She will not advance to the finals.
  • Florida State's Maurice Mitchell (USA) ran a time of 20.54s, getting first place in heat 3 of Round 1 of the men's 200m. He will run in the semifinals tomorrow, August 8.
  • Miami's Murielle Ahoure (Ivory Coast) ran a time of 22.49s, getting second place in heat 2 of the women's 200m semifinals. She will compete in the final, tomorrow, August 8.
  • North Carolina's Ola Sesay (Sierra Leone) jumped 6.22m, getting 12th place in group A in the women's long jump qualification. She will not advance to the final.
  • North Carolina's Vikas Gowda (India) threw 64.79m, getting eighth place in the men's discus throw final.
  • NC State transfer Jesse Williams (USA) jumped the height of 2.25m, getting ninth place in the men's high jump final.
Triathlon
  • Wake Forest's Hunter Kemper (USA) achieved a time of 1:48.46 in the men's triathlon, getting 14th place.
Aug. 6, 2012
BASKETBALL
  • Wake Forest's Al-Farouq Aminu (Nigeria) had 2 assists, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals in a 79-73 loss to France.
  • Georgia Tech's Alade Aminu (Nigeria) had 9 points and 7 rebounds in a 79-73 loss to France.
  • Duke's Eric Boateng (Great Britain) had 10 points, 1 assist and 6 rebounds in a 90-58 win over China.
  • Duke's Luol Deng (Great Britain) had 6 points, 4 assists and 3 rebounds in a 90-58 win over China.
  • Maryland's Ekene Ibekwe (Nigeria) played 1:38 in a 79-73 loss to France.
  • Maryland's Sarunas Jasikevicius (Lithuania) had 13 points, 5 assists, and 2 rebounds in a 76-63 win over Tunisia. Lithuania has now qualified for the quarterfinals.
  • Wake Forest's Chris Paul (USA) had 17 points, 7 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals in 126-97 win over Argentina.
  • Duke's Martynas Pocius (Lithuania) played 9 minutes with 1 assist and 1 rebound in a 76-63 win over Tunisia.
  • Wake Forest's Darius Songaila (Lithuania) had 13 points, 1 assist, and 2 rebounds in a 76-63 win over Tunisia.
FIELD HOCKEY
  • Wake Forest's Lauren Crandall (USA) played 57 minutes in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • North Carolina's Illse Davids (South Africa) played 32 minutes and had one shot in a 7-0 win over the United States.
  • North Carolina's Rachel Dawson (USA) played 48 minutes in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • North Carolina's Katelyn Falgowski (USA) played 51 minutes in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • Wake Forest's Michelle Kasold (USA) played 35 minutes in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • Wake Forest's Claire Laubach (USA) played 56 minutes and had 2 shots in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • Maryland's Katie O'Donnell (USA) played 50 minutes and had 1 shot in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • Virginia's Paige Selenski (USA) played 34 minutes and had 1 shot in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • Maryland's Keli Smith-Puzo (USA) played 44 minutes, earning one Green Card, in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • North Carolina's Amy Tran Swensen (USA) played 70 minutes in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
  • Virginia's Michelle Vittese (USA) played 40 minutes in a 7-0 loss to South Africa.
SOCCER
  • Boston College's Laura Georges (France) started and played 90 minutes with 1 shot in 2-1 loss to Japan.
  • North Carolina's Tobin Heath (USA) started and played 120 minutes in 4-3 win over Canada.
  • North Carolina's Heather O'Reilly (USA) played 19 minutes and had the game winning assist in 4-3 win over Canada.
  • Virginia's Becky Sauerbrunn (USA) played 10 minutes in 4-3 win over Canada.

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