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  • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    Not sure what the point of that would be, given the wide range of ages and experience collegians have.
    It's not like HS, where the ages are restricted - you must start by 15 and you only have 4 years after that before you become ineligible.
    First off, there is no unified set of eligibility standards. States are autonomous in that regard.

    As a result, there is no minimum age for state public school association standards. Many states, and even more parts of states, allow 7th graders to participate on the varsity level, and for six years.
    Last edited by dj; 03-15-2021, 10:09 PM.

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    • Originally posted by dj View Post

      First off, there is no unified set of eligibility standards. States are autonomous in that regard.

      As a result, there is no minimum age for state public school association standards. Many states, and even more parts of states, allow 7th graders to participate on the varsity level, and for six years.
      My niece started running varsity cross and track in 6th grade in Minnesota...her high school running career seemed to never end...

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      • Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post

        My niece started running varsity cross and track in 6th grade in Minnesota...her high school running career seemed to never end...
        Interesting! Are you from a rural part of the state, and do the grade limits vary from urban to suburban to rural? Several states have city/rural distinctions, but this is the first I've heard of 6tyh graders being able to participate alongside 12th graders. And while this pertains to cross country, did it also pertain to track? And what is it the case for all sports in the school district?

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        • Originally posted by dj View Post

          Interesting! Are you from a rural part of the state, and do the grade limits vary from urban to suburban to rural? Several states have city/rural distinctions, but this is the first I've heard of 6tyh graders being able to participate alongside 12th graders. And while this pertains to cross country, did it also pertain to track? And what is it the case for all sports in the school district?
          It was in Bemidji, Minnesota where my brother taught at the University....I know she ran varsity high school cross country in 6th grade...thinking back now I can't remember about track I think that was at the middle school..not sure on overall state rules...BHS was a fairly large high school that competed in the top division.

          She later won the state 1600 as a sophomore in a well remembered race....

          https://www.bemidjipioneer.com/89554...ate-title-1600
          Last edited by Conor Dary; 03-15-2021, 11:12 PM.

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          • Originally posted by dj View Post
            First off, there is no unified set of eligibility standards. States are autonomous in that regard.
            As a result, there is no minimum age for state public school association standards. Many states, and even more parts of states, allow 7th graders to participate on the varsity level, and for six years.
            I am not aware of any state that allows 20yos to compete (NE boarding prep schools excluded), nor any that allow you to sit out a year and not use up eligibility, except in the most dire circumstances. Nor is Middle School considered 'high school' for eligibility concerns. My school let 6th graders on varsity because they were co-located on the campus, but the clock is running, e.g., you can't do 8th grade twice without sitting out a later year.
            NFHS keeps a tight rein on eligibility across the USA, though, as you say, states do get some leeway. In Florida you cannot start a sport you will turn 19y/9m during.

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            • JuVaughn Harrison gets a billboard.

              https://www.facebook.com/lsutrackfie...31413553565493

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              • Went unmentioned (as far as I know), but Florida's Ryan Willie became the #4 A-T world U20 indoor 400 guy with his 45.40.

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                • Originally posted by gh View Post

                  they should
                  Just found this on the WA site: https://www.worldathletics.org/stats...entId=10229605

                  Looks like they did qualify!

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                  • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                    Not sure what the point of that would be, given the wide range of ages and experience collegians have.
                    It's not like HS, where the ages are restricted - you must start by 15 and you only have 4 years after that before you become ineligible.
                    There have been examples of British athletes, and probably some from elsewhere, who have had an NCAA career after doing a 3 year degree in their home country.

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                    • Originally posted by Trickstat View Post

                      There have been examples of British athletes, and probably some from elsewhere, who have had an NCAA career after doing a 3 year degree in their home country.
                      Jane Shields's son is doing that now at Boise State as a graduate student.

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                      • TN has Cole Hocker leading off the DMR, but it was definitely Reed Brown, not Hocker. I remembered it that way, but at my advanced age I can't trust my "remembrance", so I found the race on YouTube and verified Brown in the 1200 leg (leadoff). That brings up an interesting point: do the official results list Hocker as leadoff? Dwight Stones was complaining about teams changing relays members and orders, but at some point, shouldn't the results be based on "feet on the ground"?
                        So, it looks like Hocker ran Mile heat, Mile final, 3000 final; Brown ran Mile heat, DMR, Mile final; Hunter ran 800 heat, DMR 800, 800 final; Teare ran DMR 1600 and 3000.
                        At least they didn't ask them to go run in Stillwater!
                        Cheers,
                        Alan Shank
                        Woodland, CA, USA

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                        • Brown led off, as our story has correctly.... TN reflected what the original meet results posted on Friday.

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                          • Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in View Post

                            I wanted to know who held records for the given collegiate years. Was wondering what the patterns look like in their progression as they gained more experience. I'll just have to do the digging myself.
                            I keep Class Records for both HS & College.
                            I'll list just marks, no names, for INdoor events!

                            60
                            6.54, 6.51, 6.45, 6.45
                            7.11, 7.12, 7.07, 7.07
                            200
                            20.18, 20.10, 20.08, 20.02
                            22.40, 22.49, 22.38, 22.41
                            400
                            44.93, 44.52, 45.03, 44.82
                            50.36, 50.82, 50.80, 50.34
                            800
                            1:45.93, 1:44.84, 1:45.27, 1:45.33
                            1:58.40, 2:00.69, 2:01.09, 2:00.71
                            Mile
                            3:55.02, 3:50.55, 3:54.54, 3:50.39
                            4:32.49, 4:32.72, 4:29.44, 4:25.91
                            3000
                            7:52.64, 7:43.73, 7:46.57, 7:38.59
                            8:56.82, 8:54.35, 8:58.14, 8:41.60
                            5000
                            13:41.89, 13:08.28, 13:26.01, 13:13.74
                            15:20.57, 15:23.16, 15:19.14, 15:12.22
                            60H
                            7.57, 7.42, 7.35, 7.47
                            7.91, 7.90, 7.78, 7.84
                            HJ
                            7-7.75, 7-7, 7-7.75, 7-9.25
                            6-4.25, 6-5.25, 6-6, 6-6
                            LJ
                            26-7.75, 27-10.75, 27-5, 28-2.25
                            21-5.25, 21-11, 22-8, 22-8
                            TJ
                            55-8.25, 56-7.50, 56-11.50, 57-5
                            45-10.50, 46-4, 46-11.75, 47-8
                            PV
                            19-5, 19-1.50, 19-8.25, 19-5.50
                            15-2.25, 15-1, 15-3.50, 15-7
                            SP
                            70-4.50, 71-3.50, 71-8.50, 71-6.75
                            61-1.25, 63-1.25, 64-2.25, 63-0.75
                            WT
                            76-11, 78-9.75, 80-0.25, 83-11.25
                            69-7, 75-7.50, 83-10.25, 83-11.75
                            Multis
                            5994, 6070, No Mark, 6499
                            4635, 4678, 4703, 4682

                            Doesn't include 2021 NCAA meet!
                            Some class ranks hard to figure, due to 5th year senior , etc!
                            I also have records for the 300, 600, 1000, and 1500!
                            NO OT marks included!!
                            Last edited by aaronk; 03-18-2021, 06:56 PM.

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                            • Originally posted by aaronk View Post

                              I keep Class Records for both HS & College.
                              I'll list just marks, no names, for INdoor events!

                              60
                              6.54, 6.51, 6.45, 6.45
                              7.11, 7.12, 7.07, 7.07
                              200
                              20.18, 20.10, 20.08, 20.02
                              22.40, 22.49, 22.38, 22.41
                              400
                              44.93, 44.52, 45.03, 44.82
                              50.36, 50.82, 50.80, 50.34
                              800
                              1:45.93, 1:44.84, 1:45.27, 1:45.33
                              1:58.40, 2:00.69, 2:01.09, 2:00.71
                              Mile
                              3:55.02, 3:50.55, 3:54.54, 3:50.39
                              4:32.49, 4:32.72, 4:29.44, 4:25.91
                              3000
                              7:52.64, 7:43.73, 7:46.57, 7:38.59
                              8:56.82, 8:54.35, 8:58.14, 7:41.60
                              5000
                              13:41.89, 13:08.28, 13:26.01, 13:13.74
                              15:20.57, 15:23.16, 15:19.14, 15:12.22
                              60H
                              7.57, 7.42, 7.35, 7.47
                              7.91, 7.90, 7.78, 7.84
                              HJ
                              7-7.75, 7-7, 7-7.75, 7-9.25
                              6-4.25, 6-5.25, 6-6, 6-6
                              LJ
                              26-7.75, 27-10.75, 27-5, 28-2.25
                              21-5.25, 21-11, 22-8, 22-8
                              TJ
                              55-8.25, 56-7.50, 56-11.50, 57-5
                              45-10.50, 46-4, 46-11.75, 47-8
                              PV
                              19-5, 19-1.50, 19-8.25, 19-5.50
                              15-2.25, 15-1, 15-3.50, 15-7
                              SP
                              70-4.50, 71-3.50, 71-8.50, 71-6.75
                              61-1.25, 63-1.25, 64-2.25, 63-0.75
                              WT
                              76-11, 78-9.75, 80-0.25, 83-11.25
                              69-7, 75-7.50, 83-10.25, 83-11.75
                              Multis
                              5994, 6070, No Mark, 6499
                              4635, 4678, 4704, 4682

                              Doesn't include 2021 NCAA meet!
                              Some class ranks hard to figure, due to 5th year senior , etc!
                              I also have records for the 300, 600, 1000, and 1500!
                              NO OT marks included!!
                              Very nice! Thanks!

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