Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week

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Tamara Clark's 200-meter time has her on top of the world

Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week

The collegiate indoor track and field season finished its seventh weekend of action. Check out our honorees who have been named the Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week.

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Alabama's Clark has world's fastest 200-meter time

Tamara Clark - Alabama - Junior - 60-Meter Dash, 200-Meter Dash

Tamara Clark collected two wins at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic. Her time of 22.88 in the 200-meter dash not only won the meet but is now the top time on the planet this season. Clark also won the 60-meter final at 7.23. During the 2019 season Clark was second in the 200-meter dash during the NCAA indoor championships.

Bryan stays unbeaten in 2020 pole vault competition

Lucy Bryan - Akron - Senior - Pole Vault

Lucy Bryan hit a personal best mark of 4.51 at the Akron Invitational. This season she has collected wins in all of the five meets that she's participated. At 4.51, Bryan is third in the NCAA. Over her career, she has won three Mid American Conference pole vault championships. She placed fifth last year at the NCAA outdoor championship.

Colorado's Jones posts best mile in NCAA

Dani Jones - Colorado - Senior - Mile

After competing at the 113th NYRR Milrose Games, Dani Jones sits at the top spot in NCAA Division I with a 4:27.88 time in the mile. Last season she was the runner-up in the NCAA Indoor national meet. During the outdoor season she won the national crown at last year's 5,000-meter championship race.

Roman takes high jump at home meet, Mizzou Open

Karissa Roman - Missouri - Senior - High Jump

Missouri's Karissa Roman won the high jump competition at the Mizzou Open with a jump of 1.81 meters. She's currently tied for eighth among NCAA Division I in the event. Roman has had a successful indoor season thus far also collecting wins at the Missouri Intercollegiate and Mizzou Holiday Opener meets.

Minnesota State's Simmons posts personal best in 60-meter race

Ja'Cey Simmons - Minnesota State - Freshman - 60-Meter Dash

NCAA Division II freshman sensation Ja'Cey posted another career best performance during her win at the Ted Nelson Classic. Her time of 7.49 is now the fourth fastest time in Division II. Currently three of the top four 60-meter times in NCAA Division II are held by freshmen.

WSU's Tucker top sprinter at Idaho Team Challenge

Jordyn Tucker - Washington State - Senior - 60-Meter Dash

Jordyn Tucker got her first finals win in over a year when she won the 60-meter dash in the Idaho Team Challenge. The senior had a dominant win at 7.61 with the nearest competitor clocking in at 7.84. Tucker's last finals win came last season when she won 60-meter dash in the Washington State Indoor Track & Field Meet, Jan. 19, 2019.

Elliott continues to be Horizon League standard bearer

Jaliyah Elliott - Youngstown State - Senior - 60-Meter Dash

If you thought that Youngstown State All-American Jaliyah Elliott was a one year wonder as far as being one of the top 60-meter runners in the nation, you're wrong. She moved into the NCAA's top 20 with a 7.33 finish during the prelim round at the Akron Invitational. She followed that up with a win at 7.41 in the final round. She and teammate freshman Jahniya Bowers are the only Horizon League sprinters to finish the 60-meter dash under 7.5 seconds.

Cloud County's Ntia-Obong shines at Husker Invitational

Mercy Ntia-Obong - Cloud County - Freshman - 60-Meter Dash, 200-Meter Dash

Mercy Ntia-Obong continues her her pursuit to the top of the national junior college ranks. The Cloud County freshman won the 60-meter dash at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational meet with a time of 7.41. That time currently ranks fourth among junior college runners. She also placed second in the 200-meter dash at 23.96.

Feb. 2, 2020 National Athletes of the Week

No Athletes Awarded

Jan. 26, 2020 National Athletes of the Week

Julien Alfred - Texas

Abby Steiner - Kentucky

Alexis Holmes - Kentucky

Shey Taiwo - Ole Miss

Jasmine Moore - Georgia

Mercy Ntia-Obong - Cloud County

Jasmine Deckard - Missouri Southern

Terrianna Black - Loras - Senior

Jan. 19, 2020 National Athletes of the Week

Deborah Acquah - Texas A&M

Britton Wilson - Tennessee

Ja'Cey Simmons - Minnesota State

Ellen Ekholm - Kentucky

Alonie Sutton - Tennessee

Taylor Manson - Florida

Nya Bussey - Ohio State

Jahniya Bowers - Youngstown State

Jan. 12, 2020 National Athletes of the Week

Cambrea Sturgis - North Carolina A&T

Jayla Kirkland - Florida State

Alexis Holmes - Kentucky

Meg Darmofal - Michigan

Paula Salmon - North Carolina A&T

Tonea Marshall - LSU

Abigail O'Donoghue - LSU

Shelby Tyler - Georgia - Freshman - High Jump

Dec. 15, 2019 National Athletes of the Week

Rene Medley - Lincoln

Jenny Kimbro - Iowa

Megan Grabowski - Indiana

Skyler Blair - Utah

Victoria Abunaw - Cincinnati

Janique Burgher - Kansas State

Leah Moran - Indiana

Essence Thomas - Oklahoma

Marisa Gwinner - Tiffin

Katarina Vlahovic - Iowa State

Dec. 8, 2019 National Athletes of the Week

Julien Alfred - Texas

Celera Barnes - Kentucky

Jahniya Bowers - Youngstown State

Nayoka Clunis - Minnesota

Ellen Ekholm - Kentucky

Tyra Gittens - Texas A&M

DeeNia McMiller - Memphis

Savannah Nevels - Bowling Green

Kayla Thompson - Northern Kentucky

Jehvania Whyte - Northern Illinois

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