Track and Field
CU Track & Field BIO
Tevin Hester
Player Profile:
Tevin Hester 930548
Position: Volunteer Assistant
Hometown: Oxford, N.C.
High School: Granville Central HS

Career Honors
• USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 60 (2013-15)
• USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, 100 (2015)
• USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Indoor 200 (2015)
• USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Outdoor 200 (2015)
• USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 100 (2013)
• USTFCCCA Second-Team All-American, 4x100 (2013)
• NCAA Qualifier, 60 (2013, 2014, 2015)
• NCAA Qualifier, 100 (2013, 2014, 2015) & 4x100 (2013)
• NCAA Qualifier, Indoor 200 (2015)
• NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor 200 (2015)
• ACC Champion, 100 (2015)
• ACC Champion, Indoor 200 (2015)
• ACC Champion, Outdoor 200 (2015)
• All-ACC, 60 (2013, 2014, 2015)
• All-ACC, 100 (2013)
• All-ACC, Outdoor 200 (2013)
• ACC Indoor Track Performer of the Year (2015)
• ACC Outdoor Track Performer of the Year (2015)
• ACC Indoor Most Valuable Track Athlete (2015)
• ACC Outdoor Most Valuable Track Athlete (2015)
• ACC Indoor Freshman of the Year (2013)
• USTFCCCA Southeast Region Men’s Track Indoor Athlete of the Year (2015)
• USA Junior Championships Silver Medalist, 100 (2013)
• Pan American Junior Championships Gold Medalist, 4x100 (2013)

Clemson Highlights
• Ranks in a tie for third in Clemson history in the 60, fourth in the indoor 200, third in the outdoor 200 & fifth in the 100.

2015 Outdoor Highlights
• Qualified for the NCAA Championships in both the 100 and 200, placing sixth in both to earn a pair of first-team All-America honors
• First Tiger male to qualify in both short sprints since 2011
• Ran an all-conditions best 9.87 to finish first in the 100 at the ACC Championships, which was 0.1 m/s from setting an NCAA record
• Also finished first in the 200 at the ACC Championship with a wind-aided time of 20.14; he was named Meet MVP at the conclusion of the event
• ACC Track Performer of the Year, giving him a clean sweep

2015 Indoor Highlights
• Qualified for the NCAA Championships in both short sprints for the first time in his career
• Placed sixth in the 200 and seventh in the 60, earning first-team All-America honors in both events
• Earned first ACC Championship, winning the 200 with a personal best (20.84) at Virginia Tech’s Rector Field House
• ACC runner-up in the 60, he also had a personal best 6.56 to move up in Clemson’s record books
• Recognized at the conclusion of the ACC Championships as the Co-Most Valuable Track Athlete
• Named ACC Indoor Track Performer of the Year for his efforts

2014 Outdoor Highlights
• Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100 for a second straight season; posted time of 10.28 in the quarterfinals at the East Preliminary Round in Florida
• Fought an injury-plagued season that saw him sit out the ACC Championships; would have run the relay but the Tigers missed an exchange prior to him running
• Posted personal best in the 100 (10.16) in third-place showing at Texas Relays
• Competed in the 200 just once, clocking a time of 20.98 at Georgia Tech

2014 Indoor Highlights
• Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 60 a second straight season
• Earned silver medal at the ACC Championships in Clemson, posting a time of 6.63 in the final where he was defeated by just two one-thousandths of a second
• Posted personal best in the 60 with a time of 6.60 on his way to a win at the prestigious Armory Collegiate Invitational in New York in February
• Ran the 60 four times during the regular season and ran 6.64 or faster in all four competitions

2013 Outdoor Highlights
• Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100 dash and 4x100 relay out of the East Preliminary Round in Greensboro, N.C.
• Earned second-team All-America status in both events, helping the relay to a 10th-place showing and finishing 14th in the 100 dash
• Ran two sub-10.3 times in the 100 dash to earn a spot in the field; owns season-best time of 10.22 in the event from the ACC Championships final
• All-ACC in both short sprints as a freshman, he was third in both; clocked time of 20.90 into a headwind in the 200 final in Raleigh, N.C., not far from his hometown
• Helped 4x100 earn a berth at the NCAA Championships for first time since 2011 after running anchor leg and pushing team to finish of 39.92 in the event
• Helped 4x100 relay to gold medal in August at the Pan American Junior Championships in Colombia; made his way onto the team with silver medal finish at the USA Juniors
• Ran a time of 10.25 in the 100 dash prelims at the Pan Am Juniors and finished eighth overall

2013 Indoor Highlights
• Took home first-team All-America recognition after finishing seventh in the 60 dash in his first trip to the NCAA Championships; ran time of 6.64 in the prelims, matching his season-best
• First freshman to qualify for nationals in the 60 from Clemson since Jacoby Ford in 2007
• Ran season-best 6.64 in the final to earn bronze medal at the ACC Championships
• Posted time of 6.68 in a victory at the Tiger Challenge
• Finished fourth at the ACC meet in the 200 dash with a time of 21.21
• Took fourth place against elite field at the Armory Collegiate Invitational on Feb. 8, with a time of 6.71 in the final

Granville Central High School Highlights
• 2012 New Balance National Champion in the 55 dash (6.72) and 100 dash (10.50)
• Also finished third in the outdoor 200 and fifth in the indoor 200 at the 2012 New Balance Nationals to earn high school All-America accolades
• 2012 AA state champion in 55 dash and 100 dash
• 2012 NCHSAA Male Athlete of the Year
• 2011 USATF Junior Olympic All-American with a fifth-place finish in the 200 dash (21.17)
• Earned All-America honors at the 2011 New Balance Nationals with sixth-place finish in the outdoor 200; six-time All-American in highly decorated prep career
• Coached by Otis Lyons

• Born 1/10/94
• Majoring in parks, recreation & tourism management
• Named to the 2013-14 ACC Academic Honor Roll

Best Collegiate Times
• 60 — 6.56
• 100 — 10.05
• 200 — 20.18

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