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  • T&FN's NCAA women's formchart now up

    great team battle is forecast at this point:

    1. Florida State 47
    2. Texas A&M 46
    3. tie, LSU & Tennessee 41

    Here's the URL

    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/lists/ ... &year=2009

  • #2
    d2 form

    though not quite a form chart, d2 track is the topic at http://d2cross.blogspot.com/

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    • #3
      NCAA Women's Formchart

      I notice Brie Felnagle, 2007 1,500 champ from North Carolina is not listed. Does anyone have any information on why?

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      • #4
        I don't think she's competed at all outdoors this year. Didn't compete in the ACC Championships nor did she run at Penn.

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        • #5
          NCAA Women's Formchart

          Yes, I've been unable to find her in any results, plus I heard that the UNC distance coach was being let go.

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          • #6
            NC head Dennis Craddock tells T&FN that she was bothered by very bad allergies before the ACC meet, and didn't run conference. He has a rule that if an athlete doesn't compete in the ACC, then he/she doesn't get to compete at Penn. That's why she didn't run at Penn.

            He also said that Felnagle may run in a small home meet at UNC on May 8, if
            her allergies have improved. If they are still bothering her then, she may
            try to run in a small local meet on 5/15-16.

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            • #7
              NCAA Women's Formchart

              Thanks, Garry. Appreciate the info. Been following her since she was a high school phenom from Tacoma. She had some amazing races against Rebecca Noble from Spokane, who has been having her own problems lately at Oregon. Hoping that both will be back in the saddle sometime soon.

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              • #8
                Mile relay?

                Based on our current predictions the Big Four would come into the final event, the mile relay...

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                • #9
                  T&FN regularly refers to Wariner as a "quartermiler," and to non-Americans who may have never have run anything but a 1500 as "milers."

                  And we always will so long as I'm pullin' the trigger!

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                  • #10
                    Curious that Miami 400mh'ers are picked 3,4, when they only finished 4,5 in the ACC meet on their home track. Ditto mile(!) relay picked 4th after finishing only 4th at ACC.
                    Note that there are two Tame(ka)(cia) Jameson's (different schools) in the 400h.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
                      ...
                      Note that there are two Tame(ka)(cia) Jameson's in the 400h.
                      Yes, that would be the twin sisters!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gh
                        NC head Dennis Craddock tells T&FN that she was bothered by very bad allergies before the ACC meet, and didn't run conference. He has a rule that if an athlete doesn't compete in the ACC, then he/she doesn't get to compete at Penn. That's why she didn't run at Penn.

                        He also said that Felnagle may run in a small home meet at UNC on May 8, if
                        her allergies have improved. If they are still bothering her then, she may
                        try to run in a small local meet on 5/15-16.
                        She's going to redshirt; will be back next year with only outdoor eligibility says Coach Craddock.

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                        • #13
                          Latest women's chart now posted:

                          http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/lists/ ... &year=2009


                          team battle getting super-tight, with A&M now ahead of Florida State by a point.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by gh
                            Originally posted by gh
                            NC head Dennis Craddock tells T&FN that she was bothered by very bad allergies before the ACC meet, and didn't run conference. He has a rule that if an athlete doesn't compete in the ACC, then he/she doesn't get to compete at Penn. That's why she didn't run at Penn.

                            He also said that Felnagle may run in a small home meet at UNC on May 8, if
                            her allergies have improved. If they are still bothering her then, she may
                            try to run in a small local meet on 5/15-16.
                            She's going to redshirt; will be back next year with only outdoor eligibility says Coach Craddock.
                            So does this mean she's out for the "season", or will she run in open events? Would that make her ineligible?

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                            • #15
                              Running non-collegiate events, not competing for UNC, should not affect her eligibility as long as she's not being paid for it.

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