Three advance in men's 60-meter hurdles.
Scheper matches her own facility record, women's 4x4 set their own at VT's Rector Fieldhouse.
Jeannelle Scheper sets meet record, named meet MVP.
Marisa Bellamy collects her first collegiate win.
Kendall Kee stays undefeated in the 60-meter dash.
2013: Indoors, posted the fastest 60m and 200m times of the season in her first year running for the Garnet and Black...Took third at the Hokie Invite with a time of 7.53...finished in 14th place at her first SEC Indoor Championship event with a time of 7.52...ran her fastest time of the year in her final race, posting a 7.44 to finish in third place at the VT Final Qualifier...in the 200m, finished 15th in the prelims of the prestigious Armory Collegiate Invitational with a time of 24.51...recorded a 23.96 at the SEC Indoor Championships to finish in 16th place before taking seventh at the VT Final Qualifier with a 24.37...Outdoors, ran the 100m and 200m...posted a season-best 11.85 in the 100m to take eighth place at the Spec Town Relays...went on to place 23rd at the SEC Outdoor Championships with a time of 12.09...took sixth in the first outdoor meet of the season, running a 24.73 200m at the Hurricane Invite...went on to place 24th at the SEC Outdoor Championships with a time of 24.83...posted her season best at the USATF Junior Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, finishing seventh after posting a time of 24.17.
HIGH SCHOOL: Top marks of 11.66 in the 100m and 23.96 in the 200m...100m state champion and two-time 200m state champion...four-time All-America in 2011 and two-time All-America in 2012
PERSONAL: Also lettered in basketball and soccer...daughter of Lance and Colette Murphy...mother Colette played softball at Kansas...has two siblings - Sydnei and Leea...Leea played soccer at North Carolina and won the 2003 NCAA Championship...intends to major in sports management...also considered Clemson, Tennessee and North Carolina...decided on South Carolina because it was close to home and has a good track program.