2011-12 Women's Track & Field
Charlene Charles
Charlene Charles
Event(s): Combined
Cl.: Jr.
Ht.: 5-3
Hometown (Last School): Alfortville, France (Lycee Gutenberg)
Rosters: 2012-13 Women's Track & Field
2011-12 Women's Track & Field
100-meter: 11.82
200-meter: 24.36
60-meter hurdles: 8.61
100-meter hurdles: 13.83
Long Jump: 20’0.25”
High Jump: 5' 8"
Pentathlon: 3,977
Heptathlon: 5,477

Highlights
1 x All-America honoree
2 x NCAA qualifier
3 x NCAA preliminary round qualifier
8 x individual conference champion
18 x all-conference honoree
23 x conference scorer

12 Outdoor: Earned second team All-America honors after scoring a personal-best 5,477 points in the NCAA heptathlon … competed in the long jump at the NCAA East Preliminary Round … won the Lynchburg College heptathlon with 5,422 points to earn a spot into the NCAA Championships … won the long jump (19’9.75”) and placed second in the high jump (5’8”) at the A-sun Championships … also scored points in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 14.00 (5th) … finished second in the long jump (20’0.25”) and 100-meter hurdles (13.91) at the UCF Black & Gold Challenge … ran a personal-best time of 2:14.35 in the 800-meter at the North Florida Invitational … named to the A-Sun outdoor scholar-athlete team.

12 Indoor: Won the long jump with a leap of 19’0.75” at the A-Sun Championships … also placed third in the high jump (5’5”) … won the Sykes-Sabock Challenge Cup pentathlon with a program-record 3,971 points to earn A-Sun Field Performer of the Week honors … opened the season with a time of 2:15.74 (2nd) in the 800-meter at the UF Invitational … named to the A-Sun indoor scholar-athlete team.

11 Outdoor: Took third in the high jump (5' 5") at the A-Sun Championships ... tallied a time of 14.91w in the 100-meter hurdles at the conference meet.

11 Indoor: Named “Most Valuable Performer” and “Most Outstanding Field Performer” at the A-Sun Championships after winning the pentathlon (3,670 points) and high jump (5’5”) ... also managed to take second in the long jump (19’3.5”) and 60-meter hurdles (8.71) and third in the 60-meter (7.68) ... set the program record in the A-Sun pentathlon with a leap of 5’7.75” ... broke the school pentathlon record with 3,906 points at the Jimmy Carnes Invitational.

10 Outdoor: Named the “Most Valuable Performer”, the “Most Outstanding Track Performer” and the “Most Outstanding Freshman Performer” at the A-Sun meet after winning the long jump (18’11.25”), 100-meter hurdles (13.91) and running at the final leg of the winning 4x100-meter relay team (45.16) ... also finished second in the 100 (11.86) and 200-meters (24.36) to round out the A-Sun meet ... competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the 4x100-meter relay, finishing 16th with a time of 45.16 ... one of two freshman to earn a spot in the heptathlon at the NCAA Championships after posting 5,325 points (2nd) at the FSU Relays ... the performance at the FSU Relays also helped secure A-Sun Field “Athlete of the Week” honors ... set school records in the high jump (5’7.25”) at the JU-UNF Dual and 4x400-meter relay (3:39.18) at the FSU Relays.

10 Indoor: Named the “Most Valuable Performer”, the “Most Outstanding Field Performer” and the “Most Outstanding Freshman Performer” at the conference meet after winning the long jump (19’8”), placing second in the 60-meter (7.66), finishing third in the pentathlon (3,431 points) and taking fourth in the 200-meter (25.00) ... broke the school record in the pentathlon (3,670 pts) and the high jump (5’5.25”) at the Carol Robinson Pentathlon in Manhattan, Kansas ... broke her own pentathlon mark at the Jimmy Carnes Invitational with 3,861 points, while also besting her high jump record with a leap of 5’7” ... also posted team bests in the 55 (8.13) and 60-meter (8.61) hurdles as well as the long jump (19’10.75”).


Ron Grigg Director of Cross Country/Track & Field
Bambi Carson Assistant Coach
Thom Moody Massage Therapist