Felix Wolter Takes The ACC Heptathlon Crown For The Third Year In A Row

Felix Wolter Takes The ACC Heptathlon Crown For The Third Year In A Row


LOUISVILLE, KY– Pitt Track and Field concluded day two of the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships on Friday (Feb.24), with Felix Wolter becoming the first individual to win three straight ACC Championships in program history.

Felix Wolter took home first place in the men’s heptathlon with 6059 points claiming the fourth-best score in the NCAA. Wolter’s performance notched a meet record, school record, and facility record.

On the field, Eva Baldursdottir recorded a personal best to secure a fourth-place finish with a mark of 1.77m in the women’s high jump. Baldursdottir is currently tied for fourth in program history.

Ilse Steigenga placed fourth in the women’s long jump with a mark of 6.14m. On the men’s side, Clement Campbell took home sixth place in the men’s long jump with a mark of 7.27m.

Back on the track, Stephon Brown claimed seventh with a time of 6.70 in the men’s 60m prelims to advance to finals.

In the women’s 60m hurdles, Folake Olujide-Ajibade placed 11th with a time of 8.52. Olujide-Ajibade recorded a personal best and sits at eighth best in program history. Jazmyn Potts placed 14th with a time of 8.57. Potts secured a personal best and is currently tenth-best time in program history.


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