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  • dl
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    Re: Olympic berth for Ritz?

    Just as all 3 1500 Olympic spots could go to Stanford alums, all three 5K berths might go to Buffs (Torres, Ritz, Goucher).

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    Re: Olympic berth for Ritz?

    I picked Ritz for the Olympic team even when he was injured months ago.

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    Re: top 25 women

    Define All-American. NCAA has changed the rules on that about a hundred and eleventeen times through the years.

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  • leatherlung
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    Re: top 25 women

    Has any team had all seven All-Americans?

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  • dl
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    Re: top 25 women

    It was also the largest margin of victory ever. That stat is slightly skewed, since they expanced the field a few years back, but the previous record gap was Arkansas '99, also after the field expanded.

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    Re: top 25 women

    >Any other Farm alums that wish to double-gloat
    >with me?

    Yeah, I'll join you.

    Just like when I was there; well, ok, maybe not exactly like when I was there.

    frankie out.

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    Re: ncaa reports?

    . . . and if Oregon could keep its native sons-- (Robison, Dobson)-- 2nd place with 124 pts!

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  • MJD
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    Re: Congrats to Stanford!

    >Is that the second lowest score in NCAA History
    >behind UTEP?

    Yes.

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    Congrats to Stanford!

    Is that the second lowest score in NCAA History behind UTEP?

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    Re: On the double-gloat

    "Stanford will fold in the cold weather"

    That's because most people don't know what they are talking about.

    Also, to the Trackshark updates, much appreciated although it did slow down the server. But for all you tech geeks out there, it's not cheap $$$ to maintain a site like that. Most people think it's free.

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    On the double-gloat

    The thing I never understood were all the "Stanford will fold in the cold weather" posts on some other websites.

    C'mon ... only one man in their top 7 is from California (Hall), and I wouldn't compare Big Bear to San Diego.

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  • dunes runner
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    Re: top 25 women

    Thanks for posting the results.

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  • tafnut
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    Re: top 25 women

    Any other Farm alums that wish to double-gloat with me?

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  • dl
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    Re: top 25 women

    Here's a link where you can find both men's and women's results:

    http://www.unipanthers.com/pages/mcc/ncaa/index.asp

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    top 25 women

    2003 NCAA DIVISION I NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
    HOSTED BY UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA
    MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2003
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    WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
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    Place TmPl Name Cl No. School 3k Spli 5k Spli Timewmn
    ===== ==== ===================== == ==== ========================= ======= ======= =======
    1 1 Shalane Flanagan SR 813 North Carolina 9:46 16:23 19:30.4
    2 2 Kim Smith JR 704 Providence 9:51 16:30 19:42.7
    3 3 Sara Bei JR 709 Stanford 10:00 16:41 19:49.1
    4 4 Michaela Mannova SR 530 Brigham Young 9:59 16:40 19:52.2
    5 5 Mary Cullen JR 699 Providence 9:58 16:41 19:53.0
    6 6 Alicia Craig JR 710 Stanford 9:58 16:38 19:55.0
    7 7 Carol Henry SO 814 North Carolina 9:59 16:41 19:59.3
    8 8 Emily Kroshus SR 685 Princeton 10:04 16:46 20:03.9
    9 9 Ida Nilsson JR 658 Northern Arizona 10:00 16:49 20:05.5
    10 10 Johanna Nilsson SO 659 Northern Arizona 10:00 16:48 20:07.0
    11 11 Vicky Gill SR 572 Florida State 10:05 16:54 20:08.5
    12 12 Michelle Carson SR 627 Michigan State 10:08 16:57 20:13.1
    13 13 Kassi Andersen SO 522 Brigham Young 10:14 16:59 20:14.5
    14 14 Laura Turner JR 534 Brigham Young 10:06 16:57 20:16.0
    15 15 Renee Metivier JR 762 Colorado 10:14 17:03 20:21.7
    16 Keira Carlstrom SO 501 American 10:06 17:03 20:23.5
    17 16 Marina Muncan SO 906 Villanova 10:17 17:13 20:24.3
    18 17 Rebecca Walter SO 787 Michigan 10:07 17:05 20:24.9
    19 18 Ioana Parusheva JR 907 Villanova 10:07 17:05 20:26.0
    20 19 Valerie Flores SR 740 Ucla 10:14 17:11 20:28.9
    21 20 Katy Trotter FR 720 Stanford 10:20 17:14 20:29.4
    22 21 Cack Ferrell SO 683 Princeton 10:16 17:14 20:31.1
    23 22 Amanda Bales SO 789 Missouri 10:20 17:16 20:31.2
    24 23 Arianna Lampie FR 713 Stanford 10:08 17:07 20:31.6
    25 24 Amy Hastings SO 504 Arizona State 10:14 17:10 20:32.9

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