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  • ¶mDistance Medley: Oregon 9:29.59 (Rupp 3:57.07)¶

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    1. Arkansas
    2. Oregon
    3. Cal
    4. Virginia
    5. BYU
    6. Texas
    7. Wisconsin
    8. Villanova
    9. Virginia Tech
    10. New Mexico

  • #2
    start list:

    Event 10 Men Distance Medley
    ================================================== =============================
    Two section Final. Two turn stagger (6,3)
    Slow section first.
    Running order: 1200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m
    School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    Section 1 Timed Finals
    1 Auburn 9:33.32
    1) 381 Jean-Pierre Weerts JR 2) 375 Michael Dehaven SO
    3) 377 Felix Kiboiywo JR 4) 376 Elkanah Kibet JR
    2 Kent State 9:32.05
    1) 470 John Minen SO 2) 469 Curtis Eaton Jr. JR
    3) 467 Destin Heasley SO 4) 468 Tony Jordanek SR
    3 Texas 9:30.77
    1) 600 Jacob Hernandez SR 2) 598 Danzell Fortson SO
    3) 595 Mike Carmody SR 4) 602 Jake Morse SR
    4 Northern Iowa 9:31.50
    1) 534 Andrew Perkins FR 2) 532 Cory Goos JR
    3) 533 Tyler Mulder SR 4) 535 Thibault Vandenabeele FR
    5 Georgetown 9:31.19
    1) 444 Sandy Roberts JR 2) 440 Danny Harris JR
    3) 441 John Maloy JR 4) 439 Andrew Bumbalough JR
    6 Oklahoma 9:31.38
    1) 542 Scott Cooper SO 2) 547 Jarell Warren JR
    3) 546 Chris Sweeney SO 4) 539 Jacob Boone JR
    7 Penn State 9:32.94
    1) 562 Samuel Borchers SO 2) 563 Mike Cadau JR
    3) 565 Ryan Foster SO 4) 567 Tim Johnson SR
    8 Indiana 9:31.81
    1) 460 DeSean Turner SO 2) 458 John Gunnell SR
    3) 455 Evan Bardach JR 4) 459 Ben Hubers FR
    9 Texas-El Paso 9:31.82
    1) 629 Dominic Tanui SR 2) 627 Anderson Mutegi SO
    3) 626 Aggrey Chirchir JR 4) 628 Nicodemus Ng'etich JR
    Section 2 Timed Finals
    1 Villanova 9:30.37
    1) 641 Sean Tully SR 2) 639 Elvis Lewis SR
    3) 637 Jason Apwah SO 4) 638 Matthew Gibney SO
    2 California 9:29.71
    1) 403 Mark Matusak JR 2) 402 Jake Hanson SR
    3) 404 Sebastian Sam FR 4) 401 Michael Coe SO
    3 Virginia 9:29.86
    1) 649 Sintayehu Taye FR 2) 647 Meikle Paschal SO
    3) 648 Lance Roller FR 4) 645 Andrew Jesien SR
    4 New Mexico 9:30.38
    1) 517 David Bishop JR 2) 520 Dominick Roberts FR
    3) 522 Ryan Steadman SO 4) 518 Lee Emanuel SR
    5 Wisconsin 9:30.57
    1) 674 Ryan Gasper JR 2) 673 Quinn Evans SO
    3) 676 Steven Ludwig SR 4) 672 Jack Bolas JR
    6 Brigham Young 9:29.97
    1) 396 Jacob Gustafsson SR 2) 395 Kevin Biesenger JR
    3) 397 Keith Jensen SR 4) 399 Kyle Perry SR
    7 Virginia Tech 9:30.24
    1) 652 Eddie Judge SO 2) 657 Nick Vaughn FR
    3) 658 Ryan Witt SO 4) 650 Billy Berlin SR
    8 Oregon 9:29.39
    1) 557 Jordan McNamara JR 2) 551 Chad Barlow JR
    3) 561 Andrew Wheating JR 4) 559 Galen Rupp JR
    9 Arkansas 9:28.35
    1) 368 Alex McClary SR 2) 372 Ben Skidmore FR
    3) 365 Chris Bilbrew SO 4) 374 Dorian Ulrey JR

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    • #3
      See they went with a two section (9 teams each, fast & slow!) final.

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      • #4
        Section I

        1200:
        200-Tx,UTEP,In,NnIa
        400-Tx ,UTEP,In,PSU,NnIa,Gtn,Aub,Kdnt
        600-
        800-Tx,UTEP,PSU,In,NnIa
        1000-Tx,UTEP,PSU,In,UNI,Gtn
        1200-Tx (Hernandez 2:54.0), In,UTEP,Ok

        400: Tx (47.0), UTEP, Ok,Aub, UNI, Ok, PSU


        800:
        200-Tx,UTEP,Ok,UNI,In,Aub,PSU
        400-Tx,UTEP,Ok,UNI,In,Aub,PSU
        600-Tx,UTEP,Ok,In,UNI,PSU,Aub
        800-Tx,UTEP,In,Ok,PSU,UNI,Aub

        1600:
        200-Tx,UEP,In,PSU,Ok,
        400-Tx,UTEP,In,Ok,PSU
        600-Tx,UTEP,In,Ok,UNI,PSU
        800-Tx,UTEP,In,Ok,UNI,Gtn
        1000-Tx,UTEP,In,Ok,UNI,PSU
        1200-Tx,UTEP,In,Ok,Gtn,UNI,Aub,PSU
        1400-Tx,Gtn,PSU,
        1600-

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        • #5
          Sect I:

          Texas 9:32.77
          In 37.47
          Gtown 37.60
          PSU 37.62
          Okla 38.70
          UTEP 38.97
          Aub 39.11
          UNI 39.37
          Kent 42.61

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          • #6
            WOW! Jake Morse still has eligibility

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RQ
              WOW! Jake Morse still has eligibility
              Senior. Also has outdoors.

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              • #8
                Section II:

                1200:
                200-Ark,Vill,Va,VaT
                400-A,Va,Cal,Vill,VaT
                600-A,Va,Cal,Vill,VaT,NM,Wis
                800-A,Cal,Va,Vill,VaT,NM,Wis
                1000-Va,Cal,A,VaT,
                1200-Ar 2:55.57,Va,BYU,Va,Cal,Or

                400: BYU,Ar 47.4,Va,Cal,Or

                800:
                200-Ar,BYU,Cal,Or,Va,VaT,NM
                400-Ar,BYU,Cal,Or,Va,VaT,NM,
                600-Ar,BYU,Or,Cal,Va,VaT,
                800-Ar,Or,Cal,BYU,Va,VaT,Wi,Vill

                1600:
                200-Ar (Ulrey),Or (Rupp), Cal (Coe), BYU, Va,VaT
                400-A,Or,Cal,BYU,V,VT,Wi,Vill
                600-A,Or,Cal,BYU,V,VT,Wi,Vill
                800-A,Or,Cal,BYU,V,VT,Wi,Vill,NM
                1000-A,Or,Cal,BYU,V,VT,Wi,NM,Vill
                1200-A,Or,Cal,BYU,V,VT,Wi,Vill,NM
                1400-Or,A,Cal,BYU,V,VT
                1600-

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                • #9
                  Or 9:29.59
                  Ar 30.31
                  Cal 30.39
                  B YU 35.36
                  Va 36.89
                  VaT 38.94
                  Vill 50.41
                  Wisc 50.49
                  NMex 52.43

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                  • #10
                    I think I speak for a lot of people when I say,

                    Holy shit, Galen.

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                    • #11
                      Oh. My. God.

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                      • #12
                        Feel free to elaborate . . .

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by BisonHurdler
                          Feel free to elaborate . . .
                          Pretty please.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by KevinM in 3000m thread
                            I would say the chance of Oregon using Rupp in the DMR is exactly 0%. No feasible turn of events has him running that race.
                            :P
                            There are no strings on me

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                            • #15
                              Splits:

                              http://flashresults.com/2009_Meets/indo ... 010-01.pdf

                              I think the elaboration is that Galen came back an hour after winning the 5K to anchor the DMR to a victory with a 3:57.08 leg.

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