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SFU distance runner and psychology major Carlene Daniel ran away with the 2002 A.O. Duer Award, which is given annually to a student athlete in Canada or the US who has excelled both academically and athletically.
A fourth-year psychology major in 2002, Daniel competed in 1,500- and 3,000-metre events as well as cross-country. She was also captain of both the track and field team and the cross-country team. In the classroom, she maintained a 3.96 grade point average.
The A.O. Duer Award is presented by the US-based National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes. Named for the NAIA's former executive secretary, the award recognizes both athletic and academic achievement. A minimum grade point average of 3.75 is required.
Daniel helped SFU capture a gold medal in the 4x800-metre women's relay at the 2002 NAIA national outdoor track and field championships. She also finished sixth in the 1500-metre event.