Winslow graduate Torie Robinson ran leadoff for Clemson’s sprint medley relay team, which won the Championship of America Friday at Franklin Field.
Robinson ran the leadoff 200-meter dash leg for Clemson, which ran 3:45.05 and won by 15 meters over second-place U. Conn, which ran 3:47.41.
Robinson, a senior, was joined by Rebekah Smith on the second 200, Fellan Ferguson on the 400 and Kamryn McIntosh on the 800-meter anchor leg.
Robinson also qualified for the college women’s 100-meter dash championship, which is scheduled for 3:35 p.m. Saturday. Robinson ran 11.62 in Friday’s trials. She has a PR of 11.16 earlier this year in a wind-aided are and has a wind-legal PR of 11.31.
Robinson also ran on Clemson’s fourth-place 400-meter relay team, which ran 44.85 after a 45.09 in Thursday’s trials.
At Winslow, Robinson was a Meet of Champions winner in the 55-meter dash and 100-meter dash and an NCAA qualifier in the 100 last spring.