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  • 2004 Predictions, Part II

    NCAA Women

    100/200 - Lee
    400 - Richards
    800 - Schmidt
    1500 - McWilliams
    St - Andersen
    5K - Flanagan
    10K - Craig
    100H - McIntosh
    400H - S Johnson
    HJ - Howard
    PV - Jerz
    LJ/TJ - Radevica
    SP/DT - Breisch
    HT - Scott
    JT - [email protected]#%&liewiwicz (sp?)
    Hep - Fountain

    your turn

  • #2
    Re: 2004 Predictions, Part II

    Lee wont win the 200 Veronica Campbell will and might win the 100 but Richards will definetly win the 400 and LSU will win the 4x1 and Texas the 4x4

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    • #3
      Re: 2004 Predictions, Part II

      McIntosh for the 400h, she's going to win easy.

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      • #4
        Re: 2004 Predictions, Part II

        Flanagin in the 5k? isn't she redshirting this outdoor season to prepare for the trials?

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        • #5
          Re: 2004 Predictions, Part II

          what school is Veronica Campbell going to

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          • #6
            Re: 2004 Predictions, Part II

            >what school is Veronica Campbell going to

            Veronica Campbell is at Arkansas

            My predictions:

            100-Lee
            200-Campbell
            400-Richards
            800-Schmidt
            1500-McWilliams
            Steeple-???
            5000-Flanagan
            10000-Craig
            HH-Jones
            IH-Demus
            4x100-LSU
            4x400-Texas

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            • #7
              Re: 2004 Predictions, Part II

              HOw can you have Andersen winning the NCAA steeple and Shook winning the USATF? If Shook is good enough to win the USATF, would she not be good enough to win the NCAA's? She has outdoor eligibility for Toledo.

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              • #8
                Re: 2004 Predictions, Part II

                The technical term for that is 'my bad,' but then again Elizabeth Jackson, if she's running, might be the favorite.

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