Antonette Carter
Antonette Carter

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Concord, CA

High School:
Mt. Diablo High School

Height:
5-0

Event:
LJ-Hurdles-Sprints

Birthdate:
02/16/1984

Experience:
3V

Junior (2004-05): A two-time All-American ... Carter set a school record in the 100m with the 11.43 she ran at the Pac-10 Championships ... She was also number one on the team and the Cal all-time Top 10 performers in the 200m with a mark of 23.05 at the U.S. Nationals ... Led the team with the best long jump mark of 21-04.00 (6.50m) at the NCAA West Regional ... Carter ran the fourth leg on the 4 x 100m relay team that set Cal's season-best mark (44.36) at the NCAA West Regional.

Sophomore (2003-04): Carter broke school records in the 100 meter (11.49), 200 meter (23.26), and as the anchor on the 4x100 meter relay (44.28) ... Competed at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials, finishing 13th in the 200m semifinals (23.45) ... At the NCAA Championships, she finished 20th in the 200m (23.55) and anchored the 18th-place women's 400m relay team (45.18) ... Finished second in 200m, matching her own school record of 23.33, and was 15th in the long jump (18-02.50, 5.55m) at NCAA West Regional ... At Pac-10 Championships, finished second in 200m (23.33), third in 100m (11.57), and fourth in the long jump with a PR of 20-01.50, good for eighth all-time at Cal ... At Big Meet, set (and later broke) 100m school record and 4x100m school record and won 200m ... Named team's Outstanding Female Track Athlete.

Freshman (2002-03): Rewrote the record books in her first year as a Golden Bear, breaking the school record set by Kelia Bolton in 1979 in the 100m with her 11.61 second dash at the NCAA West Regional ... Placed 20th in that event at the NCAA Championships ... Her 4x100 relay team (Earls, Hawes, Omwanghe) set a new Cal record (45.01) at the NCAA West Regionals ... Made the all-time Top 10 in the 200m (7th, 24.19) ... Finished sixth in the 200m at Pac-10 Championships ... Placed second in the 100m (11.74) and third in the 200m (24.59) at the Big Meet ... Posted the second-highest jump of Cal's season (19-2, 5.84m) at the Pac-10 Championships.

High School: A 2002 graduate of Mt. Diablo High School ... Named track team's MVP from 1999-2002 ... Also competed on the school's basketball team.

Personal: Antonette Sherice Carter ... Born Feb. 16, 1984, in Chicago, Ill. ... Parents are Sherman and Cynthia Carter ... Undeclared major.

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