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  • ¶m60: Jacob Ford (Clemson) 6.52¶

    T&FN formchart

    1. Jacoby Ford (Clemson) So
    2. Trindon Holliday (LSU) Jr
    3. Adam Harris (Michigan) Sr
    4. Teddy Williams (UTSA) Jr
    5. Michael Ray Garvin (Florida St) Sr
    6. J-Mee Samuels (Arkansas) Sr
    7. Gerald Phiri' (Texas A&M) So
    8. Ngoni Makusha' (Florida St) So
    9. Rondel Sorrillo' (Kentucky) Jr
    10. Maurice Mitchell (Florida St) Fr

  • #2
    start list:

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    HY-TEK's Meet Manager 3/12/2009 03:05 PM
    NCAA Division I 2009 Indoor Championship
    McFerrin Complex -Texas A&M University
    College Station, Tx - 3/13/2009 to 3/14/2009
    Meet Program

    Event 1 Men 60 Meter Dash
    ================================================== =============================
    Two heats. Winner plus the next six fastest advance to Final.
    Name Year School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    Heat 1 Prelims
    1
    2 487 Trindon Holliday JR LSU 6.56
    3 610 Gerald Phiri SO Texas A&M 6.59
    4 579 Jonathan Hancock JR S. Carolina 6.63
    5 494 Adam Harris SR Michigan 6.60
    6 594 Evander Wells JR Tennessee 6.61
    7 434 Ngonidzashe Makusha SO Fla St. 6.60
    8 630 Teddy Williams JR Texas-San Anton 6.61
    Heat 2 Prelims
    1
    2 371 J-Mee Samuels SR Arkansas 6.63
    3 432 Michael Ray Garvin SR Fla St. 6.59
    4 476 Rondel Sorrillo JR Kentucky 6.60
    5 435 Maurice Mitchell FR Fla St. 6.60
    6 417 Jeremy Hall JR Florida 6.62
    7 406 Jacoby Ford SO Clemson 6.51
    8 425 Terrell Wilks SO Florida 6.60

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    • #3
      Athlete most conspicuous by his absence: Mississippi State frosh D'Angelo Cherry, 2nd at USATF in an American Junior Record 6.52.

      Unfortunately, even though he's on the MSU roster, he can't compete here because the school dropped indoor track as a sport. You'd think the NCAA would have some kind of provision that would allow clearly eligible people to compete as "individuals." But I guess that would be viewed as screwing up Title IX interpretations. :-(

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      • #4
        Cherry opened his outdoor season Mar. 6 at UNF, Jacksonville, FL with 10.40 prelim, dnr final.

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        • #5
          confirming the sadness of the whole thing; the week before the nationals he's up and running in an MSU uniform yet can't run at the Nationals.

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          • #6
            Stupid . . . maybe some of those NFHS bureaucratic idiots have graduated to the NCAA . . .

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bad hammy
              Stupid . . . maybe some of those NFHS bureaucratic idiots have graduated to the NCAA . . .
              Sure, it would be nice to see the kid running, but it's not like he's being wronged here. He knew when he signed with MSU that they didn't field an indoor team. In fact, it could have been part of his reason for going there -- the ability to focus on just one season.

              Even thought I'm not wild about some of the specifics of the facility itself, one of the good things about Washington's indoor track is that it has made indoor a viable option for many on the West Coast who formerly either sat the season out or just gave it passing notice. IMO, if the NCAA were allow individuals whose schools don't compete in the sport into the national championship, it would degrade the idea of the meet.

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              • #8
                RESULTS:

                Event 1 Men 60 Meter Dash
                ======================================
                Two heats. Winner plus the next six fastest advance to Final.
                ===
                Heat 1 Prelims
                2 487 Trindon Holliday JR LSU 6.55-1
                3 610 Gerald Phiri SO Texas A&M 6.59-3
                4 579 Jonathan Hancock JR S. Carolina 6.75-6
                5 494 Adam Harris SR Michigan 6.64-4
                6 594 Evander Wells JR Tennessee 6.70-5
                7 434 Ngonidzashe Makusha SO Fla St. 8.44-7
                pulled up at 30m
                8 630 Teddy Williams JR Texas-San Anton 6.59-2

                Heat 2 Prelims
                2 371 J-Mee Samuels SR Arkansas 6.72-5
                3 432 Michael Ray Garvin SR Fla St. 6.65-4
                4 476 Rondel Sorrillo JR Kentucky 6.65-3
                5 435 Maurice Mitchell FR Fla St. 6.72-6
                6 417 Jeremy Hall JR Florida False Start
                7 406 Jacoby Ford SO Clemson 6.51-1
                8 425 Terrell Wilks SO Florida 6.59-2

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                • #9
                  1 Jacoby FORD SO Clemson 6.51 Q (MR) 2(1)
                  2 Trindon HOLLIDAY JR LSU 6.55 Q (FR) 1(1)
                  3 Teddy WILLIAMS JR UTSA 6.59 q 1(2) [6.587]
                  4 Terrell WILKS SO Florida 6.59 q 2(2) [6.589]
                  5 Gerald PHIRI SO Texas A&M 6.59 q 1(3) [6.590]
                  6 Adam HARRIS SR Michigan 6.64 q 1(4)
                  7 Rondel SORRILLO JR Kentucky 6.65 q 2(3) [6.644]
                  8 Michael Ray GARVIN SR Florida State 6.65 q 2(4) [6.646]

                  9 Evander WELLS JR Tennessee 6.70 1(5)
                  10 J-Mee SAMUELS SR Arkansas 6.72 2(5) [6.713]
                  11 Maurice MITCHELL FR Florida State 6.72 2(6) [6.718]
                  12 Jonathan HANCOCK JR South Carolina 6.75 1(6)
                  13 Ngonidzashe MAKUSHA SO Florida State 8.44 1(7)
                  FS Jeremy HALL JR Florida FS 2(0)

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                  • #10
                    formchart damage:

                    in:
                    1. Jacoby Ford (Clemson) So
                    2. Trindon Holliday (LSU) Jr
                    3. Adam Harris (Michigan) Sr
                    4. Teddy Williams (UTSA) Jr
                    5. Michael Ray Garvin (Florida St) Sr
                    7. Gerald Phiri' (Texas A&M) So
                    9. Rondel Sorrillo' (Kentucky) Jr

                    out:
                    6. J-Mee Samuels (Arkansas) Sr
                    8. Ngoni Makusha' (Florida St) So
                    10. Maurice Mitchell (Florida St) Fr

                    most formful event so far?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by KevinM
                      IMO, if the NCAA were allow individuals whose schools don't compete in the sport into the national championship, it would degrade the idea of the meet.
                      Assuming we are talking about athletes as qualified as Cherry, your logic escapes me . . .

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                      • #12
                        FINAL LANES

                        1 Sorrillo (Ky)
                        2 Phiri (TxAM)
                        3 Williams (UTSA)
                        4 Ford (Clem)
                        5 Holliday (LSU)
                        6 Wilks (Fl)
                        7 Harris (Mi)
                        8 Garvin (FlSt)

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                        • #13
                          Ford and Holliday with best starts, but Ford led all the way

                          Ford 6.52
                          Holl 55
                          Wilks 61
                          Harris 62
                          Sorr 63
                          Phiri 63
                          Garvin 66
                          Williams 70

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