Selections extend Gamecock streak to six years.
Jeannelle Scheper named as President's Award winner at annual event.
Meet set for Mar. 20-22 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Jeannelle Scheper, women's 4x4 earn first-team nods.
2013: NCAA Indoor silver medalist, SEC Indoor high jump Champion, SEC Outdoor Bronze medalist...First-Team All-American Indoor and Outdoor...inaugural female recipient of the Hammer Strength All-American award...NCAA Championship participant...SEC Academic Honor Roll, USTFCCCA All-Academic status...Indoors, broke her own school record to open the season, clearing 6-02.00 (1.88m) to finish second at the Auburn Invitational...took second at the Armory Collegiate Invitational, before clearing a new school record of 6-03.25 (1.91m) at the Tyson Invitational...became the first Gamecock to win a high jump championship at a SEC Championship, taking gold with a mark of 6-01.50 (1.87m)...moved on to the NCAA Indoor Championships, earning a share of the silver with a clearance of 6-02.75 (1.90m) and finishing second only to 2012 Olympic silver medalist Brigetta Barrett of Arizona...Outdoors, delayed the start of her outdoor season to compete in the 42nd Caribbean Junior Championships (CARIFTA) Games for her native St. Lucia...captured her first CARIFTA gold, breaking the CARIFTA record with a clearance of 6-01.50 (1.87m) in her final year of eligibility for the event...returned to don the Garnet and Black, promptly breaking her own outdoor school record in her first event, clearing 6-02.00 (1.88m) to take second at the Spec Towns Relays...Won silver at the SEC Outdoor Championships with a clearance of 6-00.75 (1.85m)...qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships at the NCAA East Preliminary...recorded a height of 6-00.00 (1.83m) at NCAA Outdoors to finish in fifth place.
At the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Championships, won silver, clearing a new lifetime-best 6-03.50 (1.92m)...the height was the `B' qualifying standard for the IAAF World Championships and set a new Caribbean junior record for the second time of the year...made her IAAF World Championship debut in Moscow, placing 24th with a clearance of 6-00.00 (1.83m).
2012: First Team All-American, indoor and outdoor, first Gamecock to earn high jump All-America honors... NCAA Indoor and Outdoor qualifier in the high jump ... SEC Indoor bronze medalist ... USTFCCCA All-Academic Status...indoors, had a top mark of 6-00.00 (1.83m) to set the school record and take second at the New Balance Collegiate ... took bronze at the SEC Indoor Championships at 5-11.50 (1.82m) ... placed eighth at the NCAA Indoor Championships at 5-10.00 (1.78m) ... outdoors, had a top mark of 6-00.00 (1.83m) at the SEC Outdoor Championships to set the outdoor school record ... finished in the top five in every meet that she cleared a bar ... placed fifth at the SEC Outdoors ... tied for third at the NCAA East Preliminary at 5-11.25 (1.81m)...cleared 5-10.50 (1.79m) to finish 16th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships
Competing for St. Lucia internationally, won high jump gold with a personal best and new school record of 6-0.75 (1.85m)at CACAC...placed 8th at IAAF Junior World Championships
2011: Earned bronze medal honors at the CARIFTA Games after clearing 5'7 (1.70m) ... Competed at IAAF World Youth Championships ... NCAA East Region participant in the high jump ... Indoors, cleared a personal best 5-08.75 (1.75m) to win the high jump at Gamecock Invitational ... mark ranked No. 2 in the Gamecock history books ... tied for 15th at the SEC Indoor Championships at 5-04.25 (1.63m) ... finished in the top five in every regular season meet ... outdoors, had a top jump of 5-10.50 (1.79m) at the SEC Outdoor Championships to claim fourth overall ... cleared 5-7 (1.70m) at the NCAA East Preliminary to finish 27th overall.
PERSONAL: Graduated from St. Joseph's Convent in Gros-Islet, Saint Lucia ... Majoring in mathematics ... Born November 21, 1994.