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  • #16
    Originally posted by polevaultpower
    T..... Looking through Notre Dame marks from previous years, she also dropped off from being a 19' long jumper to around a 17' one. I don't know how much she was practicing/competed LJ compared to HS, but it seems like there was a loss of athleticism which would explain the drop in PV marks.
    That would seem crucial, since the common essential element there is runway speed.

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    • #17
      Tina Sutej hit auto today at New Balance, that makes 9 DI women over auto.

      Do any other events have that many athletes at auto already?

      The DI male vaulters have one at auto.

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      • #18
        Since we were talking about Mary Saxer, I thought I would point out that she jumped 4.15 today and beat collegiate leader Alicia Rue. She is having a good season, maybe this will be her year

        Here you can see all her marks this year:
        http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/A ... AID=626662

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        • #19
          Originally posted by polevaultpower
          Since we were talking about Mary Saxer, I thought I would point out that she jumped 4.15 today and beat collegiate leader Alicia Rue. She is having a good season, maybe this will be her year

          Here you can see all her marks this year:
          http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/A ... AID=626662
          The marks are ok in the PV at Notre Dame but the placings are often wrong when multiple people cleared the same height, including for first place in the men. The assignment of places was completely and systematically flawed; rather surprising at this level. (the HJ scoring was correct)

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          • #20
            Originally posted by 26mi235
            Originally posted by polevaultpower
            Since we were talking about Mary Saxer, I thought I would point out that she jumped 4.15 today and beat collegiate leader Alicia Rue. She is having a good season, maybe this will be her year

            Here you can see all her marks this year:
            http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/A ... AID=626662
            The marks are ok in the PV at Notre Dame but the placings are often wrong when multiple people cleared the same height, including for first place in the men. The assignment of places was completely and systematically flawed; rather surprising at this level. (the HJ scoring was correct)
            I see it regularly at big college meets. I think a lot of the time it has more to do with the person entering it into Hy-Tek not knowing what they are doing than the officials.

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