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  • A Rupp triple at the Pac-10?

    nah, just shitting you. He is on the start lists for 15/5/10 but will obviously drop out of something at Friday's declaration meeting:

    Event 10 Men 1500 Meter Run Prelims
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    Name Year School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    1 Matthew Centrowitz Oregon 3:36.92
    2 Garrett Heath Stanford 3:37.57
    3 Michael Coe California 3:37.98
    4 Galen Rupp Oregon 3:39.66
    5 Austin Abbott Washington 3:40.03
    6 Andrew Wheating Oregon 3:40.91
    7 Brandon Bethke Ariz State 3:42.82
    8 Elliott Heath Stanford 3:43.10
    9 Abdi Hassan Arizona 3:43.54
    10 Eric Lee California 3:44.01
    11 Jacob Evans Stanford 3:44.10
    12 Marlon Patterson UCLA 3:44.13
    13 James Withers Oregon 3:45.04
    14 Joey Bywater Washington 3:45.43
    15 Jordan McNamara Oregon 3:45.66
    16 Dylan Fitzpatrick Arizona 3:46.38
    17 Dylan Hatcher Ariz State 3:48.70
    18 Faisal Abdulahi Washington 3:50.67
    19 Hakon DeVries Stanford 3:51.37

    Event 12 Men 5000 Meter Run
    ================================================== =============================
    Name Year School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    1 Galen Rupp Oregon 13:18.12
    2 Brandon Bethke Ariz State 13:27.79
    3 Chris Derrick Stanford 13:29.98
    4 Shadrack Biwott Oregon 13:36.25
    5 Garrett Heath Stanford 13:42.27
    6 Elliott Heath Stanford 13:42.59
    7 Yosef Ghebray California 13:44.75
    8 Luke Puskedra Oregon 13:46.52
    9 Matthew Centrowitz Oregon 13:49.15
    10 Scott Wall Oregon 13:49.40
    11 Jake Schmitt Washington 13:54.25
    12 Diego Mercado Oregon 13:57.79
    13 Jake Riley Stanford 14:01.91
    14 Danny Mercado Oregon 14:03.27
    15 Hakon DeVries Stanford 14:03.63
    16 Patrick Milloy Ariz State 14:05.34
    17 Jeff Helmer Ariz State 14:08.00
    18 Kyle Shackleton UCLA 14:09.16
    19 Drew Shackleton UCLA 14:10.40
    20 Dominic Smargiassi Wash St. 14:12.90
    21 Kent Morikawa UCLA 14:13.89
    22 Marlon Patterson UCLA 14:17.05
    23 Drew Polley Wash St. 14:18.15
    24 Colton Tully-Doyle Washington 14:26.27
    25 Benjamin Johnson Stanford 14:26.64
    26 Victor Zazueta Arizona 14:27.69
    27 Steve Sodaro California 14:28.72
    28 Ben Engelhardt Ariz State 14:32.80
    29 Chris Mocko Stanford 14:36.67
    30 Marco Anzures UCLA 14:37.15
    31 Joey Bywater Washington 14:38.80
    32 Kelly Spady Washington 14:45.05
    33 Cameron Quackenbush Washington 15:02.22
    34 Chris Winter Oregon NT
    35 Michael Coe California NT
    36 David Mehlhorn Ariz State NT
    37 Dylan Hatcher Ariz State NT
    38 Sam Ahlbeck Wash St. NT
    39 John Sullivan Stanford NT
    40 David Hickerson Wash St. NT

    Event 14 Men 10000 Meter Run
    ================================================== =============================
    Name Year School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    1 Galen Rupp Oregon 28:28.68
    2 Shadrack Biwott Oregon 28:28.82
    3 Luke Puskedra Oregon 28:34.17
    4 Jake Riley Stanford 28:46.83
    5 Diego Mercado Oregon 28:48.54
    6 Danny Mercado Oregon 28:53.02
    7 Kyle Shackleton UCLA 29:02.57
    8 Drew Shackleton UCLA 29:05.97
    9 Drew Polley Wash St. 29:26.46
    10 Victor Zazueta Arizona 29:55.91
    11 Chris Derrick Stanford NT
    12 Isaac Stoutenburgh Oregon NT
    13 Patrick Milloy Ariz State NT
    14 Kari Karlsson California NT
    15 Jeff Helmer Ariz State NT

  • #2
    they can do scratched? In my conference once you are entered you MAY NOT scratch.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jney
      they can do scratched? In my conference once you are entered you MAY NOT scratch.
      from gh:

      "..nah, just shitting you. He is on the start lists for 15/5/10 but will obviously drop out of something at Friday's declaration meeting: "

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      • #4
        Who would've guessed he'd triple at NCAA Indoor?!?!?!

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        • #5
          the indoor didn't have a 10K!

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          • #6
            The 10K isn't exactly stacked with non-Oregon athletes. Derrick could break the AJR, but I doubt if he'll lead from the gun in his debut. Then again, the Ducks will probably score so many points in the 10k that perhaps it makes more sense for Rupp to race 15/5:

            1 Galen Rupp Oregon 28:28.68
            2 Shadrack Biwott Oregon 28:28.82
            3 Luke Puskedra Oregon 28:34.17
            4 Jake Riley Stanford 28:46.83
            5 Diego Mercado Oregon 28:48.54
            6 Danny Mercado Oregon 28:53.02
            7 Kyle Shackleton UCLA 29:02.57
            8 Drew Shackleton UCLA 29:05.97
            9 Drew Polley Wash St. 29:26.46
            10 Victor Zazueta Arizona 29:55.91
            11 Chris Derrick Stanford NT
            12 Isaac Stoutenburgh Oregon NT
            13 Patrick Milloy Ariz State NT
            14 Kari Karlsson California NT
            15 Jeff Helmer Ariz State NT

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dl
              perhaps it makes more sense for Rupp to race 15/5
              I completely agree. Not just because Oregon already has 10k points lined up, but because the 15/5 races are spread out across all 4 days (and the mileage will be less).

              But he needs to take back his CR from Chelanga. :twisted:

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              • #8
                A Rupp-triple at the Pac-10

                Actually, the meet is only two days (May 16-17) not counting the multis. You're thinking of the NCAA.

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                • #9
                  A triple might not actually be that hard (particularly if he's running for points more than for wins).

                  a 1500 heat on Saturday, then the 10K final 4+ hours later.

                  on Sunday, the 1500, then the 5K 2+ hours later. And if they don't need the points, he doesn't run the 5.

                  And he surely gets the 3:47.80 needed for a Regional Q in the 15, leaving a shorter double as an option at Nationals. (This last just musing on my part)

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                  • #10
                    is there a 1,500 heat? I am sure he wouldn't actually run the three races, but it is an interesting thought.

                    Given the number of points in those races, they could leave him home and still get a huge number of points.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 26mi235
                      Originally posted by jney
                      they can do scratched? In my conference once you are entered you MAY NOT scratch.
                      from gh:

                      "..nah, just shitting you. He is on the start lists for 15/5/10 but will obviously drop out of something at Friday's declaration meeting: "
                      What declaration meeting? :?: If he drops out of an event, he cannot run the next event. Therefore he WILL run the 10,000 and 1500 meters, and since the 5000 meters is the last event for him, that will be determined by the team score- if he needs to run, he will.

                      So that sets up..

                      1 Matthew Centrowitz Oregon 3:36.92
                      2 Garrett Heath Stanford 3:37.57
                      3 Michael Coe California 3:37.98
                      4 Galen Rupp Oregon 3:39.66
                      5 Austin Abbott Washington 3:40.03
                      6 Andrew Wheating Oregon 3:40.91
                      7 Brandon Bethke Ariz State 3:42.82
                      8 Elliott Heath Stanford 3:43.10

                      Worth the price of admission right there. 8-)

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                      • #12
                        Final start lists, should be a great meet, weather looks awesome.

                        http://www.flashresults.com/2009_Mee...eetprogram.pdf

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jkjoregon
                          Originally posted by 26mi235
                          Originally posted by jney
                          they can do scratched? In my conference once you are entered you MAY NOT scratch.
                          from gh:

                          "..nah, just shitting you. He is on the start lists for 15/5/10 but will obviously drop out of something at Friday's declaration meeting: "
                          What declaration meeting? :?: If he drops out of an event, he cannot run the next event. Therefore he WILL run the 10,000 and 1500 meters, and since the 5000 meters is the last event for him, that will be determined by the team score- if he needs to run, he will.

                          So that sets up..

                          1 Matthew Centrowitz Oregon 3:36.92
                          2 Garrett Heath Stanford 3:37.57
                          3 Michael Coe California 3:37.98
                          4 Galen Rupp Oregon 3:39.66
                          5 Austin Abbott Washington 3:40.03
                          6 Andrew Wheating Oregon 3:40.91
                          7 Brandon Bethke Ariz State 3:42.82
                          8 Elliott Heath Stanford 3:43.10

                          Worth the price of admission right there. 8-)
                          I took it that the first list is just the list that has the eligible athletes that the teams might enter into the events. The declaration meeting would be the real entry of the athlete officially.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by rogflash
                            Final start lists, should be a great meet, weather looks awesome.

                            http://www.flashresults.com/2009_Mee...eetprogram.pdf
                            I'm wondering if too awesome for maximal attendance; feels like a head-to-the-beach kinda day to me! (particularly if I'm a testo-bloated college dude)

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                            • #15
                              Rupp makes it through 1500 prelims....

                              Preliminaries
                              1 Garrett Heath Stanford 3:43.00Q
                              2 Galen Rupp Oregon 3:46.05Q
                              3 Andrew Wheating Oregon 3:43.06Q
                              4 Matthew Centrowitz Oregon 3:46.26Q
                              5 Brandon Bethke Arizona State 3:43.25Q
                              6 Austin Abbott Washington 3:46.50Q
                              7 Michael Coe California 3:43.34Q
                              8 Abdi Hassan Arizona 3:46.81Q
                              9 Jordan McNamara Oregon 3:43.36q
                              10 Joey Bywater Washington 3:44.53q
                              11 Eric Lee California 3:45.80q
                              12 Elliott Heath Stanford 3:47.02q
                              13 James Withers Oregon 3:47.75

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