Bulldogs’ Miller named SEC Fresham Runner of the Year

Georgia’s Shaunae Miller on Friday was named the Southeastern Conference’s Freshman Runner of the Year.

The Bahamas native was third in the women’s 400-meters in a record 52.21 seconds at the SEC Championships and she also ran a leg on Georgia’s distance medley relay team that set a school record at the SEC meet.

Georgia also had 11 team members named to the conference’s indoor postseason teams. The three SEC champions – sophomore Garrett Scantling (heptathlon), junior Hilenn James (shot put) and freshman Chanice Porter (long jump – were named First Team All-SEC.

Sophomore Charles Grethen (800), freshman Maicel Uibo (heptathlon), junior Caleb Whitener (shot put) and senior Lucie Ondraschkova (pentathlon) represented the Bulldogs as Second Team All-SEC members.

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