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Cordell Lamb
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Cordell Lamb 1899356
Position: Sprints
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Miami Gardens, Fla.
High School: Miami Northwestern HS
Major: Management

Career Honors
• USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, Outdoor 4x400 (2016)
• NCAA Qualifier, Outdoor 4x400 (2015,16)
• ACC Champion, Indoor 4x400 (2015,16)
• First-Team All-ACC, Indoor 400 (2016)
• USA Junior Champion, Outdoor 400 (2015)
• IAAF World Junior Championships Participant, 400 (2015)

Clemson Highlights
• Ranks ninth in Clemson history in the indoor 400.

2016 Outdoor Highlights
• Helped 4x400 relay to fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships, best in Clemson history
• Helped relay to a season-best time of 3:03.86 at the East Preliminary Round, the third-best time on record in the event at Clemson
• Second-team All-ACC in the open 400, he was fifth place with a time of 46.91 at the conference meet

2016 Indoor Highlights
• Earned first-team All-ACC recognition in the 400, helping the Tigers to a podium sweep alongside teammates Jeffrey Green and Michael Cheeks
• Ran leadoff for gold medal 4x400 relay for a second straight season at the ACC Championships
• Posted personal indoor best 47.57 at the Tyson Invitational

2015 Outdoor Highlights
• Advanced to the NCAA Championships with the 4x400 relay
• Placed sixth in the 400 at the ACC Outdoor championships, earning second-team All-ACC recognition
• Helped 4x100 relay to runner-up finish at the ACC Championships, and to an NCAA East Preliminary Round bid
• Ran personal best 46.47 out of lane eight to claim the USA Junior crown in the 400; he competed in the event in Canada at World Juniors

2015 Indoor Highlights
• Tied for 10th in Clemson’s record books in the 400 with a 46.78 time at the Aggie Invitational
• Part of the 4x400 relay that won gold at the ACC Indoor championships, a group composed of three freshmen and a sophomore

Miami Northwestern High School Highlights
• 2014 Golden South Classic champion in the 400 meters (46.78); his time was No. 2 in Florida and a top-15 time nationally
• 2014 AAA runner-up in the state of Florida in the quarter mile
• Coached by Carmen Jackson

• Born 7/29/96
• Majoring in management
• Attended same high school that sent three-time NCAA Champion and 2016 Olympic gold medalist Brianna Rollins to Clemson

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