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The University of Miami women’s track and field team fell one spot to No. 14 in the latest Trackwire 25 rankings released Tuesday.
The Hurricanes have four individuals and one relay ranked in their respective events by Trackwire. Junior All-American Lauryn Williams ranks third in the nation in the 60-meters while sophomore All-American Charlette Greggs ranks ninth in the 400-meters.
Miami has two freshmen jumpers ranked by Trackwire including triple jumper Tabia Charles who is ranked third, and long jumper Brenda Faluade who is ranked 11th.
In addition, the UM 4×400-meter relay is ranked fourth in the nation according to Trackwire.

January 30, 2004


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