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  • NCAA5000
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    Jordan Hasay ... College

    I think Arizona State might be a good fit; great women's program with three NCAA women's titles in past two + years; developing a good tradition in distance running.

    Some Central California Coast ties as Distance Running coach (Louis Quintana - sub 4:00 Villanove in early 1990s) is from the San Luis Obispo area (his dad is long-time JC track coach in area). Also, ASU head coach (Greg Kraft) is from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. One runner on current team is also from the area.

    Being a Sun Devil might be a more comforting feeling for parents with such community ties.

    However, can you imagine the NCAAs XC and the distances over the next few years if she went to Washington?!!

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  • gh
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    Aside from the well known athletic/academic benefits of attending Stanford, one probably shouldn't ignore the fact that it's only a 3-4 hour drive from home for her parents.

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  • 26mi235
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    Re: Destination for Jordan Hasay

    Originally posted by NCAA5000
    What's the latest on where Jordan Hasay may head? At the USOT in Eugene, the Oregon fans let her know they want her to head north? I see three other PAC-10 schools that would likely be a good fit.

    Any visits to any campuses?
    It seems very likely that she will head north - but that might not help the Ducks, as 'North' includes Stanford and Washington as well (excluding north as meaning northeast for simplicity, but I would be willing to bet that it will be between those three despite Arizona St being at least in the feasible range). Of course, one problem that Oregon has is that it is academically the weakest of those three schools (and Cal is in that direction also, and stronger than Oregon, of course).

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  • NCAA5000
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    Destination for Jordan Hasay

    What's the latest on where Jordan Hasay may head? At the USOT in Eugene, the Oregon fans let her know they want her to head north? I see three other PAC-10 schools that would likely be a good fit.

    Any visits to any campuses?

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  • gh
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    Coach Braman confirms that both Borlées are now enrolled and eligible and are frosh both indoors and out.

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  • gh
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    The Borlées were due on campus this week; haven't checked yet to see if they got there. FSU apparently had to satisfy some details w/ NCAA regards their "pro" status and they passed.

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  • gm
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    Free Shoe U, gh...

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  • polevaultpower
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    Re: Do this year's recruting rankings need to be updated?

    [quote=Jim Rorick]
    Originally posted by "Bruce Kritzler":3apz2ht8
    Most reputable schools (like FSU) have class attendance policies.
    Is FSU really a reputable school?[/quote:3apz2ht8]

    Debatable :P I hear they have a good circus program!

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  • Marlow
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    Re: Do this year's recruting rankings need to be updated?

    [quote=Jim Rorick]
    Originally posted by "Bruce Kritzler":3mnxe9q8
    Most reputable schools (like FSU) have class attendance policies.
    Is FSU really a reputable school?[/quote:3mnxe9q8]
    Very. Next question?

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  • Jim Rorick
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    Do this year's recruting rankings need to be updated?

    Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
    Most reputable schools (like FSU) have class attendance policies.
    Is FSU really a reputable school?

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  • Bruce Kritzler
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    Most reputable schools (like FSU) have class attendance policies. A certain number of missed classes equals missed competiions.

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  • gh
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    The Borlées ran in prize-money races; question would be whether or not they accepted the money. Simply running in the race means nothing.

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  • polevaultpower
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    Originally posted by gh
    I'm pretty sure they were wearing shoes :-)
    And the shoes were probably given to their clubs. Or even if they weren't, good luck trying to prove anything.

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  • polevaultpower
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    Originally posted by gh
    And if they never attend a single class (which we've heard of), it makes no difference, right? Nobody's eligibility ever depended on a mid-term.
    25k is probably based on a year, and for out of state tuition, room and board, that sounds about right.

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  • gh
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    I'm pretty sure they were wearing shoes :-)

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