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UKTF’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn Named SEC Freshman Runner of the Year

i6OlVLcygcjjkMQmHA9BWa9MYyFCpjGElNcZhKAue24Kq7dQgRviZq2uhlb4WYoXZuyK3yuysI7dEFE9TGErYJ4gta4TrEVztFLYIq3gz01SXdT-CGG3pRPr_1zJWmYrBGYd5mjmwlhatBl2-_XxZ25x8T-Kpxo=s0-d-e1-ftLEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky track and field’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn was named the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Freshman Outdoor Runner of the Year by the league office on Wednesday.

Camacho-Quinn won the SEC title in the 100-meter hurdles in a personal record time of 12.69. That time was the second fastest in meet history (UK’s Keni Harrison won in 12.50 in 2015).

She also ran on Kentucky’s SEC bronze-medal 4×100-meter and fourth-place 4×400-meter relay teams.

Camacho-Quinn became the first SEC freshman to win the 100m hurdles since Jasmine Stowers (LSU) in 2011.

Camacho-Quinn qualified for the NCAA Championships, which will take place next week in Eugene, Oregon, in the 100m hurdles, 200m and 4x100m relay.

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2016 SEC Outdoor Track and Field Awards

Men’s Runner of the Year – Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, LSU

Men’s Field Athlete of the Year – Lindon Victor, Texas A&M

Men’s Freshman Runner of the Year – Kahmari Montgomery, Missouri

Men’s Co-Freshman Field Athletes of the Year – Anders Eriksson, Florida/Daniel Haugh, Alabama

Men’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year – Jarrion Lawson, Arkansas

Men’s Coach of the Year – Chris Bucknam, Arkansas

Women’s Co-Runners of the Year – Felicia Brown, Tennessee/Dominique Scott-Efurd, Arkansas

Women’s Field Athlete of the Year – Keturah Orji, Georgia

Women’s Freshman Runner of the Year – Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, Kentucky

Women’s Freshman Field Athlete of the Year – Lexi Weeks, Arkansas

Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year – Keturah Orji, Georgia

Women’s Coach of the Year – Lance Harter, Arkansas

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