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  • #16
    I had a bunch of stuff to do today, so I only started looking about half an hour ago. Waz up with the East regional results? The meet must be over (it's about 4PM PDT now), and not so much on the field and I gave up on running when W800 and next couple of track events had no results. Slow electrons in Greensboro :shock:

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    • #17
      Ah crap wtf!!!!!!!!! UCLA screwed up in BOTH of the 4x100 relays nooooooooooooooooooo

      Mens team runs a 41.5 even though they ran like a 39.7 or something a month ago, which I assume was caused by someone pulling up or bobbling a baton or something, and then the womens team result just shows a big fat DNF.

      sdlkjgaoigh8e5hg89q3jnghadilhgklsadjg

      The winning time for the mens 4x100 was 40.0x btw, so looks to me like UCLA could have won that race with ease normally sdjgikladhjgaeidhgiouehbe

      oh well

      Also, does anyone know what Nicole Leach is up to? I notice that she ran the open 400 in Pac 10 champs, so I figured she would run the open in regionals as well, but she wasn't listed in the open 400. So now I'm wondering if she decided to run the 400 hurdles (which imo she is better at anyway). They haven't posted 400h results yet, only open 400. I hope she's not injured or anything.

      Also, anyone know why Trindon Holliday and Jeff Demps didn't run in the 100m prelims in the eastern regionals? Are they injured? I think I saw Demps on the Florida 4x100 result though so iono...

      hmmm anyways, those are my thoughts so far

      Oh, also anyone notice Anderson ran an 11.07 legal in the womens 100m prelims. Nice run!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by mike renfro
        I had a bunch of stuff to do today, so I only started looking about half an hour ago. Waz up with the East regional results? The meet must be over (it's about 4PM PDT now), and not so much on the field and I gave up on running when W800 and next couple of track events had no results. Slow electrons in Greensboro :shock:
        There was a mention of lightning on dyestat.

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        • #19
          Anyone know why neither Trindon Holliday nor Jeff Demps entered the 100m prelims in east regionals today?

          I really thought Holliday would go sub 10 this year, so I hope he's not injured or anything.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by The Atheist
            Ah crap wtf!!!!!!!!! UCLA screwed up in BOTH of the 4x100 relays nooooooooooooooooooo

            Mens team runs a 41.5

            Also, does anyone know what Nicole Leach is up to? !
            I share your pain on those disastrous relay results. Leach just won her heat and had the fastest Q time in the 400h prelims -- 57.38
            Krais also got a q

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            • #21
              Originally posted by The Atheist
              Anyone know why neither Trindon Holliday nor Jeff Demps entered the 100m prelims in east regionals today?

              I really thought Holliday would go sub 10 this year, so I hope he's not injured or anything.
              LSU is in the Mideast, and Holliday ran. Demps has been nursing an injury for quite a while now.:

              Preliminaries
              1 Marcus Rowland FR Auburn 10.16Q 2.4
              2 D'Angelo Cherry FR Mississippi State 10.21Q 1.9
              3 Zye Boey FR Eastern Illinois 10.42Q -1.5
              4 Trindon Holliday JR LSU 10.51Q -2.7
              5 Adam Harris SR Michigan 10.28q 2.4
              6 J-Mee Samuels SR Arkansas 10.38q 1.9
              7 Luther Ambrose FR Louisiana-Monroe 10.38q 2.4
              8 Ray Jadusingh JR Alabama 10.51q -1.5
              9 Evander Wells JR Tennessee 10.52 -1.5
              10 Rondel Sorrillo JR Kentucky 10.54 -2.7
              11 Stephen Fly SO Auburn 10.55 2.4 10.548
              11 Wil Glover SR Indiana 10.55 2.4 10.548
              13 Jerel Hill JR LSU 10.56 -1.5
              14 Duronal Monal SO E. Tenn St. 10.58 -1.5
              15 Joe Morris FR Tennessee 10.62 1.9
              16 Terry Carter SO Louisiana Tech 10.63 2.4
              17 Charles Jackson SO McNeese State 10.72 2.4 10.714
              18 Justin Christian FR Mississippi State 10.72 -2.7 10.715
              19 Daryl Truitt JR Indiana State 10.72 -2.7 10.712
              20 Lamar Hicks SR Troy 10.74 -2.7
              21 Roderick Houston JR Louisiana-Lafayette 10.75 1.9
              22 Shannon Grover SO SE Louisiana 10.79 1.9
              23 Mario Spann FR S. Mississippi 10.81 1.9
              24 Keith Brown FR Mississippi 10.86 -1.5
              25 Earnest Cleary SO Detroit Mercy 10.93 1.9
              26 Jeff Decator JR Oakland 10.97 -2.7

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              • #22
                Ah ok. Looks like Holliday won his heat. I can't wait to see what he does in the final. That's too bad about Demps, after his huge race last season and everything.

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                • #23
                  Can someone point me to a link that provides specific info on the at-large NCAA pools.

                  --- EDIT, nevermind, I found it here
                  http://web1.ncaa.org/web_files/champ_ha ... ndbook.pdf

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by The Atheist
                    Ah crap wtf!!!!!!!!! UCLA screwed up in BOTH of the 4x100 relays nooooooooooooooooooo
                    Who do they think they are . . . oh, never mind.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by richxx87
                      Can someone point me to a link that provides specific info on the at-large NCAA pools.

                      --- EDIT, nevermind, I found it here
                      http://web1.ncaa.org/web_files/champ_ha ... ndbook.pdf
                      As ever, simple as pi (to 30 places, that is)

                      After the automatic qualifiers (top five declared student-athletes in individual events, top three declared relays based upon regional performance) have been identified, the committee will place the next seven declared student-athletes/relay teams (plus ties based on place) in each event based upon regional performance into the national at-large pool.
                      The at-large pool student-athletes are then listed in order of their best performance of the year, including any best marks established at the regional meet. The committee will fill the field in each event by starting at the top of the at-large pool until the cap of 544 student-athletes per gender is reached. If the numbers of allowable student-athletes have not been reached after automatic qualifiers and minimum field sizes have been accommodated, the committee will add student-athletes to the meet by adding equally to all events (including relays) for as long as the number of available student-athlete spaces will allow. At this step, if two or more student-athletes are tied by mark for the next qualifying performance, all such student-athletes will be added to the field as long as the number of spaces available is sufficient.

                      Each event will be filled to the following minimums:
                      Event Men Women
                      100-Meter Dash 20 20
                      200-Meter Dash 20 20
                      400-Meter Dash 20 20
                      800-Meter Run 20 20
                      1500-Meter Run 20 20
                      3000-Meter Steeplechase 20 20
                      5000-Meter Run 20 20
                      10,000-Meter Run 20 20
                      100-Meter Hurdles 20
                      110-Meter Hurdles 20
                      400-Meter Hurdles 20 20
                      400-Meter Relay 12 12
                      1600-Meter Relay 12 12
                      High Jump 20 20
                      Pole Vault 20 20
                      Long Jump 20 20
                      Triple Jump 20 20
                      Shot Put 20 20
                      Discus 20 20
                      Javelin 20 20
                      Hammer 20 20
                      Decathlon 20
                      Heptathlon 20

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                      • #26
                        Women's Pole Vault results and at-large pool: http://www.polevaultpower.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=12

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by The Atheist
                          Ah ok. Looks like Holliday won his heat. I can't wait to see what he does in the final. That's too bad about Demps, after his huge race last season and everything.
                          Demps pulled up in the SEC 100m

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                          • #28
                            William Wynne(400h) and Christian Taylor (lj) failed to make the top 12 in these events. Will miss ncaa unless some athletes finishing ahead of them don't declare.
                            Arkansas had great performance in lj with 1,2,3 and two over 26'.
                            Mideast region had 4 women over 180' in discus.
                            FL and SC both have 3 qualifiers for 110h, just like SEC.
                            East wpv very weak, as 6th place finishers at all other regions would have won here.
                            Galen Rupp won 5k in 13:46 after advancing in 1500 prel. Shad Kip Biwott 5th -5k

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                            • #29
                              What happened to Baylor's male quarter-milers at regionals? I know about the ineligibility problem a few days ago, but what happened to Inglehart-Summers? His time was 10th in prelims?

                              Harts looked good in prelims, but he isn't entered in 4x400. He will have run six races in two days by the 4x400.

                              Is Baylor's 4x400 dominance over?
                              none

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                              • #30
                                Rupp scored the 10 points Oregon was seeking in the 5.000m:

                                Flash Results, Inc.
                                Event 7 Men 5000 Meter Run

                                Finals

                                1 Galen Rupp SR Oregon 13:46.41 10
                                2 David McNeill JR Northern Arizona 13:49.77 8
                                3 Brandon Bethke JR Arizona State 13:52.91 6
                                4 Chris Derrick FR Stanford 13:53.81 5
                                5 Shadrack Biwott SR Oregon 13:57.91 4
                                6 Elliott Heath SO Stanford 14:01.47 3

                                ==================================

                                Whiting improves his shot put lifetime best 39cm in taking the West title:

                                Flash Results, Inc.
                                Event 17 Men Shot Put

                                Flight 2

                                1 Ryan Whiting JR Arizona State 20.99mR 68-10.50 10
                                19.70m 20.99m FOUL FOUL 20.37m FOUL
                                2 Zack Lloyd SR Arizona 20.09m 65-11.00 8
                                18.71m 20.09m FOUL 19.51m FOUL 19.43m
                                3 Javier Villarreal JR Northern Arizona 18.24m 59-10.25 6
                                17.20m 17.93m FOUL 18.00m 18.24m 18.23m

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