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  • ¶w3000: Jenny Barringer (Colorado) 8:42.03 CR¶

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    1. Jenny Barringer (Colorado) Jr
    2. Susan Kuijken' (Florida St) Sr
    3. Laurynne Chetelat (Stanford) Fr
    4. Lauren Centrowitz (Stanford) Sr
    5 Angela Bizzarri (Illinois) Jr
    6. Mel Lawrence (Washington) Fr
    7. Alex Kosinski (Oregon) So
    8. Katie Follett (Washington) Jr
    9. Gwen Jorgensen (Wisconsin) Sr
    10. Sarah Bowman (Tennessee) Sr

  • #2
    start lists:

    Event 22 Women 3000 Meter Run
    ================================================== =============================
    Final only. Two waterfall start, two turn stagger. (12,6)
    Name Year School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    Section 1 Timed Finals
    1 228 Lauren Centrowitz SR Stanford 9:10.99
    2 276 Frances Koons SR Villanova 9:18.02
    3 206 Lennie Waite SR Rice 9:16.90
    4 67 Jennifer Barringer JR Colorado 8:53.88
    5 188 Nicole Blood JR Oregon 9:17.28
    6 201 Bridget Franek JR Penn State 9:10.04
    7 290 Mel Lawrence FR Washington 9:08.50
    8 229 Laurynne Chetelat FR Stanford 9:08.15
    9 282 Natalie Sherbak SR Virginia Tech 9:18.02
    10 289 Katie Follett JR Washington 9:16.01
    11 192 Alexandra Kosinski SO Oregon 9:11.24
    12 309 Gwen Jorgensen SR Wisconsin 9:10.12
    13 38 Erin Bedell JR Baylor 9:14.78
    14 230 Alicia Follmar SR Stanford 9:14.98
    15 239 Sarah Bowman SR Tennessee 9:11.31
    16 102 Angela Bizzarri JR Illinois 9:11.62
    17 189 Mattie Bridgmon JR Oregon 9:17.49
    18 81 Susan Kuijken SR Fla St. 9:05.70

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    • #3
      Bowman and Sherbak not running

      200: Barringer c35, Kuijken, Bedell
      400: Bar 70.8, Kui, + 30m to Franek and pack
      800: B 2:21.61, K, Franek/Bizzarri
      1k: B 2:56,98, K, Franek 3:09.3
      1200: B 3:32.27, +2m K, F 3:47.6
      1600: B 4:43.00 +2m K, Bizzarri5:07.1, Franek, Cent
      2k: B 5:42.42 +3m K, Cent 6:19.0, Biz, Cheterla, Franek
      4 to go and Barringer makes a break, opens up 15m on one lap, and within 25-30m of lapping tail end of field (Jorgensen)
      2400: B 7:03.73, K, Barringer catche3s Jorg wih 280m to go

      Last lap Barringer sprints past pack on backstretch and last turn
      2800:


      Barringer 8:42.03

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      • #4
        Barringer a JR?

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        • #5
          Barringer 8:42.03
          Kuijken 56.27
          Centrowitz 9:14.35
          Bizz 15.50
          Follett 15.73
          Blood 15.84
          Chetelat 16.12
          Follmar 16.48

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          • #6
            CR for Barringer, PR for Kuijken, but she loses a place on the all-time collegiate list! The ATL:

            8:42.03 Jenny Barringer (Colorado) 3/14/09
            8:48.77 Sally Kipyego' (Texas Tech) 2/07/09
            8:49.18 Kim Smith' (Providence) 3/13/04
            8:53.54 PattiSue Plumer (Stanford) 2/27/83
            8:55.29 Vicki Huber (Villanova) 3/11/89
            8:55.88 ——Smith' 2/22/04
            8:56.27 Susan Kuijken' (Florida St) 3/14/09
            8:58.14 ——Kuijken' 3/15/08
            8:58.68 Christine McMiken' (Oklahoma St) 3/09/85
            8:58.85 Kay Gooch' (Oklahoma) 3/11/94
            ..............
            9:00.22 Shalane Flanagan (North Carolina) 2/01/03
            9:00.31 Brie Felnagle (North Carolina) 3/15/08

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            • #7
              Great effort by Kuijken, not a classier lady out there.

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              • #8
                Moves her to 5th alltime on the US women's indoor list. From TAFNEWS:

                8:33.25 Shalane Flanagan (Nike) 01/27/07
                8:39.14 Regina Jacobs (Miz) 03/07/99
                8:40.45 Lynn Jennings (NikI) 02/23/90
                8:41.45 PattiSue Plumer (NikI) 02/23/90
                8:42.03 Jenny Barringer (Colorado) 3/14/09
                8:42.13 Vicki Huber (NikI) 02/23/90
                8:44.05 Lesley Lehane (Pum) 02/01/87
                8:46.65 Kara Goucher (Nike) 02/07/09
                8:47.3 Mary Slaney (AW) 02/05/82
                8:48.33 Amy Rudolph (Reeb) 02/04/01
                8:49.93 Ruth Wysocki (Brk) 02/09/85

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                • #9
                  Barringer and Kuijken were so far ahead, the inattentive announcer thought the following pack was leading. He also announced that Bowman, Felnagle and Koll(!) were in the race.

                  In the women's DMR, he thought Oregon was Michigan for the majority of the race.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by DrJay
                    Moves her to 5th alltime on the US women's indoor list.

                    8:33.25 Shalane Flanagan (Nike) 01/27/07
                    8:39.14 Regina Jacobs (Miz) 03/07/99
                    8:40.45 Lynn Jennings (NikI) 02/23/90
                    8:41.45 PattiSue Plumer (NikI) 02/23/90
                    8:42.03 Jenny Barringer (Colorado) 3/14/09
                    8:42.13 Vicki Huber (NikI) 02/23/90
                    8:44.05 Lesley Lehane (Pum) 02/01/87
                    8:46.65 Kara Goucher (Nike) 02/07/09
                    8:47.3 Mary Slaney (AW) 02/05/82
                    8:48.33 Amy Rudolph (Reeb) 02/04/01
                    8:49.93 Ruth Wysocki (Brk) 02/09/85
                    Yo Dr. J.... if you're going to cut and paste the T&FN lists, basic decorum suggests you at least credit where you lifted them from.

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                    • #11
                      Yo gh....didn't realize you'd want us to to do that "internally". I've always tried to do it if I used, say, pela. I'll remember to do that in the future. Also, I see that you guys have updated most of the alltime lists vs. a year or so ago when most of the non-world lists weren't current. Thanks!

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                      • #12
                        It was a stunning thing to watch. She lapped everyone (except Kuijken I believe)...

                        And yes, the announcer missed the boat on this one, could've really played up what an amazing effort it was, but instead kept mentioning whoever was in 3rd.

                        Sigh...

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                        • #13
                          Should set Barringer up for a sub-9:00 steeple this summer!

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                          • #14
                            that slacker kipyego !

                            they coudn't get her to run ?! :P

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BCBaroo
                              It was a stunning thing to watch. She lapped everyone (except Kuijken I believe)...

                              And yes, the announcer missed the boat on this one, could've really played up what an amazing effort it was, but instead kept mentioning whoever was in 3rd.

                              Sigh...
                              He did, at one point, seem to think that the leader of the pack was actually leading the race. Eventually he figured it out.

                              Of course in a team scoring meet, what's happening in the chase pack can be important, even if the chase pack is being lapped.

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