Florida State swept the team titles, just as the Seminoles did during indoor season. FSU's men won by a three-point margin over host North Carolina, while the Seminole women were followed in second by Notre Dame and in third by Miami.
Clemson sends a small travel party to Philadelphia next week for the annual Penn Relays.
ACC Most Valuable Field Performer
• Mimi Land earned All-ACC honors in both the high jump and triple jump, duplicating her feat from indoor season. She now has five career all-conference accolades.
• Land set personal bests in both events, moving to second on Clemson's all-time performance list for the high jump (5-11.25) and ninth in the triple jump (41-8.75).
• Wesh won the silver medal in the women's 400 dash, her 14th career all-conference honor. She posted a time of 52.92, and later took fourth in the 200 dash (23.67).
• Reggie Lewis was fourth in the men's 100 dash, clocking a 10.40 in the final.
• James Plummer moved to third on Clemson's all-time performance list in the discus; he finished fifth Saturday with a mark of 177-8.
• Natalie Anthony scored for the second straight ACC Outdoor Championships in the 5K; the New Jersey native posted a time of 16:29.83 and was sixth.
• Iana Amsterdam and Anasterasia Terrell placed in the triple jump, giving the Tiger women three scorers in the event for the second time this season including the ACC Indoor Championships.
• The women's 4x400 relay was the top seed, but an injury to lead leg Whitney Fountain forced a DNF and ended Clemson's two-year reign in the event.