Women's Track
Bell named to SEC All-Freshman team

Freshman Sarah Bell has produced a record-setting season for the Commodores.Freshman Sarah Bell has produced a record-setting season for the Commodores.

May 27, 2014

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Vanderbilt pole vaulter Sarah Bell, who has enjoyed an outstanding season in her first year with the Commodores, was named to the women's SEC All-Freshman Team on Tuesday when the conference announced its annual track and field awards for the 2014 outdoor season.

The SEC All-Freshman Team is comprised of the top freshman finisher in each event, excluding relays, at the SEC Outdoor Championships.

Bell earned a share of fifth place -- and set a new school record -- in the pole vault at the SEC meet by clearing 13-01.50.

Bell is one of nine Commodores who will be in action this week at the NCAA East Preliminary in Jacksonville, Fla. The Commodores will have representatives in a school-record seven events.

Here's a look at the complete list of SEC women's award-winners announced Tuesday:

Women's Runner of the Year: Olivia Ekponé, Texas A&M
Women's Co-Field Athlete of the Year: Ciarra Brewer, Florida and Shelbi Vaughan, Texas A&M
Women's Freshman Runner of the Year: Shamier Little, Texas A&M
Women's Freshman Field Athlete of the Year: Kendell Williams, Georgia
Women's Coach of the Year: Lance Harter, Arkansas
Women's Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Jill Rushin, Missouri

Women's All-SEC First Team
Janeil Bellille, Texas A&M
Ciarra Brewer, Florida
Aaliyah Brown, Texas A&M
Kamaria Brown, Texas A&M
Ashley Collier, Texas A&M
Olivia Ekpone', Texas A&M
Rochelle Farquharson, Mississippi State
Elizabeth Tepe, Georgia
Kendra Harrison, Kentucky
Grace Heymsfield, Arkansas
Leontia Kallenou, Georgia
Shamier Little, Texas A&M
Jennifer Madu, Texas A&M
Yanique Malcolm, Alabama
Ibukun Mayungbe, Texas A&M
Cory McGee, Florida
Fawn Miller, Florida
Sandi Morris, Arkansas
Ashton Purvis, Texas A&M
Diane Robison, Arkansas
Jill Rushin, Missouri
Dominique Scott, Arkansas
Shelbi Vaughan, Texas A&M
Kendell Williams, Georgia

Women's All-SEC Second Team
Nia Barnes, Alabama
Dominque Booker, Kentucky
Dezerea Bryant, Kentucky
Remona Burchell, Alabama
Taylor Burke, Florida
Quintunya Chapman, Georgia
Loreal Curtis, Florida
Taylor Ellis-Watson, Arkansas
Ebony Eutsey, Florida
Destinee Gause, Florida
Alex Gochenour, Alabama
Sarah Graham, South Carolina
Cornelia Griesche, Mississippi State
Carly Hamilton, Georgia
Daina Harper, Arkansas
Denise Hinton, LSU
Madison Jacobs, Kentucky
Freya Jones, Georgia
Jessica Kamilos, Arkansas
Cally Macumber, Kentucky
Megan Malasarte, Georgia
LaQue Moen-Davis, Texas A&M
Valentina Muzaric, Auburn
Danielle Nowell, Arkansas
Bridgette Owens, Florida
Kayla Parker, Kentucky
Allison Peare, Kentucky
Kearsten Peoples, Missouri
Lynnika Pitts, LSU
Chanice Porter, Georgia
Robin Reynolds, Florida
Shayla Sanders, Florida
Jasmin Stowers, LSU
Keilah Tyson, Kentucky
Ariel Voskamp, Arkansas
Marija Vucenovic, Florida
Chrishuna Williams, Arkansas
Regine Williams, Arkansas

Women's SEC All-Freshman Team
100m: Aaliyah Brown, Texas A&M
100mH: Ebony Morrison, Auburn
200m: Aaliyah Brown, Texas A&M
400m: Shamier Little, Texas A&M
400mH: Shamier Little, Texas A&M
800m: Rebekah Greene, Florida
1,500m: Rhianwedd Price, Mississippi State
Steeplechase: Rachel Givens, Auburn
5,000m: Samantha Mohler, Arkansas
10,000m: Kaitlyn Fischer, Missouri
High Jump: Tatiana Gusin, Georgia
Pole Vault: Sarah Bell, Vanderbilt
Long Jump: Nataliyah Friar, LSU
Triple Jump: Marshay Ryan, Auburn
Shot Put: Madison Jacobs, Kentucky
Discus: Madison Jacobs, Kentucky
Hammer Throw: Alison Ondrusek, Texas A&M
Javelin: Rebekah Wales, LSU
Heptathlon: Kendell Williams, Georgia


 

 

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