National championships will be on the line in Eugene, Ore., this weekend as the Sun Devil track and field team wraps up the 2012-13 ASU competition calendar.
Chelsea Cassulo and Christabel Nettey will each advance to the NCAA Championships following solid performances in Austin.
The Sun Devils will have 40 entries total in Austin next week, 20 on the men's side and 20 on the women's.
Cassulo and Nettey set meet records while Clarke makes history in Los Angeles.
The Sun Devils will take part in the 2013 Pac-12 Track and Field Championships this weekend in Los Angeles with two Territorial Cup points up for grabs.
The ASU student-athletes on the 2012 State Farm Good Neighbor Team
Arizona State: Returning All-American after automatically qualifying for the NCAA Indoor Championships in the long jump and finishing 14th overall in her rookie season... followed in 2012 with an 11th place finish at the NCAA Championships with a mark of 6.28m (20-07.25)...hit a mark of 21-02.00 (6.45m) to qualify for the national meet and take over the third position on ASU's all-time Top 10 list in the long jump... 2012 Outdoor: Competed in the NCAA Championship meet in the long jump to finish 11th overall with a mark of 6.28m (20-07.25)... snagged a first place finish at the Pac-12 championships tying her personal best mark of 6.45m (21-02.00)... finished 12th at the Mt. SAC relays...2012 Indoor: placed top-8 at each of the seven meets she competed in... finished eighth at the MPSF Championships where she hit a mark of 5.96m (19-06.75)...2011: Redshirted...2010 Outdoor: Qualified for the NCAA Preliminary Round meet in the long jump, but did not advance to the national final... posted a season-best leap of 20-00.50 (6.11m) to open the outdoor season at the Sun Angel Track Classic... ran a season-best 12.44 in the 100m dash at the ASU Invitational and 25.52 at the Sun Devil Open in the 200m dash... 2010 Indoor: Earned All-America honors in the long jump by finishing 14th overall at 20-02.25 (6.15m)... won the MPSF Championship title with a leap of 21-02.00 (6.45m) to automatically qualify for the national meet, making her one of just three rookies to hit the auto mark... moved into third on ASU's all-time long jump indoor list... also won the NAU Invitational and the Friday Night Challenge... took second at the NAU Team Challenge and NAU Tune-up as well.
High School: A 2009 graduate of Santa Fe High School (Edmond, Okla.)... lettered four times in track & field and three times in volleyball... captained the track team three times and the volleyball squad twice... named the 2009 Wendy's State Heisman winner for Oklahoma... four-time Oklahoma state champion, including three long jump crowns and one 300m hurdle title... captured both events as a senior... also won the long jump as a junior and a freshman with a third-place showing as a sophomore... four-time all-state honoree with three in track & field (2006, 2007, 2009) and one in volleyball (2009)... four-time all-city in track & field and two-time honoree in volleyball... three-time all-tournament selection in volleyball (2009)... named the volleyball player of the year and regional player of the year... selected as the Oklahoma volleyball Female Athlete of the Year and scholar-athlete of the year in 2009... member of the National Honor Society... Randolph Macon Award recipient... Masonic Junior of the Month and of the Year.
Personal: Majoring in biological sciences... parents are Austin and Stella Ezugha... has three brothers: Benedict, Valentince and Marvin... all thee of her brothers competed in collegiate athletics, including Benedict (football, Grosmont College), Marvin (football, Bacone College) and Valentine (rugby, Oklahoma State)... born May 15, 1991, in Oklahoma City, Okla.... hobbies include reading about myths and hanging out with friends... full name is Constance Chioma Ezugha.
Personal Bests 100 12.44 200: 24.8 300H: 44.6 400: 56.8 Long Jump: 21-02.00
In NCAA Championship Meets
2012 OTF Long Jump (F) 20-07.25 11th *
2012 ITF Long Jump (F) 19-06.75 8th *
2010 ITF Long Jump (p) 20-02.25 14th *
* Indicates All-America honors attained