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    Did anybody notice St. Aug's Barbara Pierre ran a wind legal 11.18 in the 100m trials yesterday.

    Lincoln Freshman Samoy Hackett also ran 11.26w in another heat.
    Afrikan

  • #2
    Very fast track at San Angelo. Site of Darrell Green's 10.08 wayyyyy back when.

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    • #3
      Look for some fireworks to occur this weekend especially in the sprints.

      St. Aug sent a message early in the men's 4 x 1 heats...let's hope it continues in the final.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ndamix
        Look for some fireworks to occur this weekend especially in the sprints.

        St. Aug sent a message early in the men's 4 x 1 heats...let's hope it continues in the final.
        Yeah that 39.50 was serious!
        Lincoln's Women weren't playing either...44.3.....they had like 6 girls in the open 100.
        Afrikan

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Taliban
          Originally posted by ndamix
          Look for some fireworks to occur this weekend especially in the sprints.

          St. Aug sent a message early in the men's 4 x 1 heats...let's hope it continues in the final.
          Yeah that 44.3 was serious.....they had like 6 girls in the open 100.
          On the women's side, Lincoln is poised to win another title. Hope they don't have another blowout like what happened in the women's long jump yesterday when a potential scorer was bounced from the competition.

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          • #6
            Men's 400m

            Also the men's 400m final will be awesome, the Falcon's Josh Scott is a blast to watch run, super anchor leg at Penn in the CoA race this year, he's a kicker type 400 guy,, rare breed. JCSU Leford Green has been hit and miss but seems to be getting back into shape, and Hyatt from Lincoln is rapidly improving, wouldn't be shocked to see a low, low, 45 out of this group.

            First time I've missed the D2 meet in a long time.......

            Rog

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            • #7
              Re: Men's 400m

              Originally posted by rogflash
              Also the men's 400m final will be awesome, the Falcon's Josh Scott is a blast to watch run, super anchor leg at Penn in the CoA race this year, he's a kicker type 400 guy,, rare breed. JCSU Leford Green has been hit and miss but seems to be getting back into shape, and Hyatt from Lincoln is rapidly improving, wouldn't be shocked to see a low, low, 45 out of this group.

              First time I've missed the D2 meet in a long time.......

              Rog
              I wouldn't count out Green from JC Smith...now that he's freed of getting the team points (he ran the flat 400, 400H, 200, the javelin and both relays @ conference), I look for him to really drop something in the final.

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              • #8
                Re: Men's 400m

                Originally posted by ndamix
                I wouldn't count out Green from JC Smith...now that he's freed of getting the team points (he ran the flat 400, 400H, 200, the javelin and both relays @ conference), I look for him to really drop something in the final.

                No way am I counting Leford out, he's awesome, an amazing talent that not many know about (I live in the Charlotte area). I still like Scott in the 400 though.

                Rog

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                • #9
                  We know him well, ran 45.89 at boys and girls' champs in 2006 his last year in HS. I am a bit disappointed he hasn't gone sub 45 yet but hopefully this year he will
                  why don't people pronounce vowels anymore

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                  • #10
                    just got this e-mail:

                    <<EventĀ of the Week:
                    Div II LJ
                    Nafee Harris, Indiana/Pa 26-1 3/4w (+31)
                    David Registe, Alaska-Anchorage 25-11 1/2 (+22)>>

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                    • #11
                      Samoy Hackett won her 200 heat in 23.07
                      Afrikan

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                      • #12
                        Hats off to Coach Marc Harrison's UDC Lady Firebirds for making some noise nationally by qualifying in the 4, 8, and 4 x 4 finals. Before coming to UDC, Marc used to coach @ Bowie State.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ndamix
                          Hats off to Coach Marc Harrison's UDC Lady Firebirds for making some noise nationally by qualifying in the 4, 8, and 4 x 4 finals. Before coming to UDC, Marc used to coach @ Bowie State.
                          Yeah he does a great job with his women. I remember him.

                          On another note...

                          1 Lincoln 39.29 10
                          1) Kawayne Fisher So 2) Gavin Terrelong So
                          3) Dwain Bryden So 4) Kimour Bruce So
                          2 St Augustine's 39.32 8
                          1) Josh Scott So 2) Trevon Lee Sr
                          3) Dennis Boone Sr 4) Ramon Gittens So
                          3 Fort Valley State 40.07 6
                          1) Marquis Andrews Sr 2) Ricardo Lockette So
                          3) Devin, Keon Montgomery Jr 4) Jeffery Mosley Sr
                          4 Abilene Christian 40.43 5
                          1) Andrew McDowell Jr 2) Desmond Jackson So
                          3) Raymond Radway Sr 4) Jordan Johnson Jr
                          5 Emporia State 40.74 4
                          1) Derwin Hall Fr 2) Josh Schuler So
                          3) Kenton Lonberger So 4) Sam Williams So
                          6 Central Missouri 40.79 3
                          1) Dennis Hopgood Jr 2) Ivey Lee So
                          3) Eric Moore Sr 4) Britt Johnson Sr
                          7 Ashland 40.85 2
                          1) Joe Horn So 2) Nick Bellanco Jr
                          3) DeAndre Davis Fr 4) Carlin Isles Fr
                          8 Indiana Univ of Pa 41.76 1
                          1) Hopeton Bailey Fr 2) Kevin Raymond So
                          3) Tristan Taylor Fr 4) Nafee Harris So
                          Afrikan

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                          • #14
                            Pretty much went as expect'd with Lincoln (women) and St. Aug (men) winning national titles.

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                            • #15
                              Division II Nationals

                              The 11.18 by Pierre in prelims and Hackett in final are fastest ever by d2 female (was 11.20 by C.Sturrup, Norfolk, 1993). The 39.29 by Lincoln is second fastest male 4x100 ever in d2 and the 39.32 by St. Aug is =4 (fastest is 39.20 ACU 1984). The only other d2 best ever this year is JT by ACU female Linda Brivule 56.25/184-6.

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