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  • ¶wTriple Jump: Kim Williams (Florida St) 47-2¼w (14.38)

    T&FN Formchart:

    1. **Kim Williams’ Florida State
    2. *Blessing Okagbare’ UTEP
    3. *Sarah Nambawa’ Middle Tennessee
    4. Yasmine Regis’ Texas A&M
    5. Tahari James Boston U
    6. *Karoline Köhler’ San Diego State
    7. *Shara Proctor’ Florida
    8. *Neidra Covington TCU
    9. *Ashika Charan Texas A&M
    10. **Whitney Liehr Stanford

  • #2
    Top 4 (and top 6 of 7) be furriners . . . niiiiice. :twisted:

    When, oh, when, will Murkans get deys freakin act toGETHER?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Marlow
      Top 4 (and top 6 of 7) be furriners . . . niiiiice. :twisted:

      When, oh, when, will Murkans get deys freakin act toGETHER?
      what's the problem???????

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      • #4
        Does anyone know when the last time someone either men or women have won both the long and triple jump at the NCAA meet?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dal4018
          Originally posted by Marlow
          Top 4 (and top 6 of 7) be furriners . . . niiiiice. :twisted:

          When, oh, when, will Murkans get deys freakin act toGETHER?
          what's the problem???????

          It'd be nice to have American TJers succeeding more in the NCAA (not to mention on the world stage)?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BisonHurdler
            Originally posted by dal4018
            Originally posted by Marlow
            Top 4 (and top 6 of 7) be furriners . . . niiiiice. :twisted:

            When, oh, when, will Murkans get deys freakin act toGETHER?
            what's the problem???????

            It'd be nice to have American TJers succeeding more in the NCAA (not to mention on the world stage)?
            Agreed sir.Haven't had success since Tiombe Heard set the national mark

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dal4018
              Originally posted by BisonHurdler
              Originally posted by dal4018
              Originally posted by Marlow
              Top 4 (and top 6 of 7) be furriners . . . niiiiice. :twisted:

              When, oh, when, will Murkans get deys freakin act toGETHER?
              what's the problem???????

              It'd be nice to have American TJers succeeding more in the NCAA (not to mention on the world stage)?
              Agreed sir.Haven't had success since Tiombe Heard set the national mark

              Ha, I just realized I misread your original post that I quoted. I thought you were wondering why Marlow was unhappy. Now I realize you were voicing similar frustration.

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              • #8
                Preliminaries
                1 Sarah Nambawa JR M. Tenn. St. 13.79mq 0.9 45-03.00
                13.39m(1.6) 13.79m(0.9) x
                2 Kimberly Williams SO Florida State 13.71mq 0.4 44-11.75
                12.40m(1.1) FOUL 13.71m(0.4)
                3 Blessing Okagbare JR Texas-El Paso 13.58mq 0.8 44-06.75
                13.58m(0.8) x x
                4 Yasmine Regis SR Texas A&M 13.44mq 1.4 44-01.25
                13.44m(1.4) PASS PASS
                5 Tahari James SR Boston University 13.34mq 1.2 43-09.25
                13.34m(1.2) 13.23m(1.9) PASS
                6 Shara Proctor JR Florida 13.24mq 0.5 43-05.25
                13.24m(0.5) 13.10m(-0.6) PASS
                7 Jasmine Pickett SO Cal Poly-SLO 13.21mq 1.2 43-04.25
                13.21m(1.2) FOUL 12.82m(1.2)
                8 Neidra Covington JR TCU 13.20mq 1.0 43-03.75
                FOUL 13.20m(1.0) FOUL
                9 Lauren Martin JR Indiana State 13.17mq 1.2 43-02.50
                12.89m(1.3) 13.05m(1.2) 13.17m(1.2)
                10 Karoline Koehler JR San Diego State 13.14mq 0.3 43-01.50
                13.14m(0.3) 11.58m(0.9) 12.75m(1.2)
                11 Jeomi Maduka SR Cornell 13.05mq 0.4 42-09.75
                13.05m(0.4) FOUL 12.63m(0.5)
                12 Whitney Liehr SO Stanford 12.96mq 0.7 42-06.25
                FOUL 12.96m(0.7) 12.66m(0.4)
                13 Casey Taylor SR Michigan 12.94m 0.1 42-05.50
                12.25m(1.2) 12.64m(0.8) 12.94m(0.1)
                14 Renee White SR Iowa 12.92m 1.7 42-04.75
                12.92m(1.7) 12.60m(1.3) 12.64m(0.9)
                14 Tiffany Peters SO Texas A&M 12.92m 0.2 42-04.75
                12.86m(1.7) 12.66m(0.1) 12.92m(0.2)
                14 Angela Thomas SR Texas A&M 12.92m 1.0 42-04.75
                12.38m(1.4) 12.57m(2.0) 12.92m(1.0)
                14 Agata Cichoszewska SR Troy 12.92m +0.0 42-04.75
                12.91m(2.1) FOUL 12.92m(+0.0)
                18 Ashika Charan JR Texas A&M 12.84m 1.2 42-01.50
                FOUL 12.84m(1.2) 12.65m(0.5)
                19 Melissa Ogbourne SO LSU 12.82m 2.1 42-00.75
                FOUL 12.82m(2.1) 12.45m(0.5)
                20 Jamesha Youngblood SO Oregon 12.81m 2.1 42-00.50
                12.81m(2.1) FOUL FOUL
                21 Seidre Forde SR Louisville 12.75m 1.7 41-10.00
                12.69m(0.1) 11.53m(0.5) 12.75m(1.7)
                22 Ryann Hendricks SR George Mason 12.69m 0.8 41-07.75
                12.48m(0.9) FOUL 12.69m(0.8)
                23 Baiba Blumbaha SR Oklahoma State 12.57m 0.7 41-03.00
                12.54m(1.3) 12.56m(1.9) 12.57m(0.7)
                24 Dione Thomas SR Central Florida 12.53m 0.9 41-01.50
                12.53m(0.9) 12.39m(1.2) 12.48m(1.0)
                25 TiAra Walpool SO Kansas State 12.48m 1.1 40-11.50
                12.22m(1.6) 12.48m(1.1) FOUL
                26 Leandra McGruder JR Nebraska 12.47m 0.1 40-11.00
                FOUL FOUL 12.47m(0.1)
                27 Tracey Stewart JR California 12.14m 0.5 39-10.00
                FOUL FOUL 12.14m(0.5)

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                • #9
                  formchart damage

                  in:
                  . **Kim Williams’ Florida State
                  2. *Blessing Okagbare’ UTEP
                  3. *Sarah Nambawa’ Middle Tennessee
                  4. Yasmine Regis’ Texas A&M
                  5. Tahari James Boston U
                  6. *Karoline Köhler’ San Diego State
                  7. *Shara Proctor’ Florida
                  8. *Neidra Covington TCU

                  10. **Whitney Liehr Stanford

                  out:
                  9. *Ashika Charan Texas A&M

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 50.50
                    Does anyone know when the last time someone either men or women have won both the long and triple jump at the NCAA meet?
                    In the same year? Walter Davis in 2002. But Leevan Sands won the LJ in 2003 and the TJ in 2004.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BisonHurdler
                      Originally posted by dal4018
                      Originally posted by BisonHurdler
                      Originally posted by dal4018
                      Originally posted by Marlow
                      Top 4 (and top 6 of 7) be furriners . . . niiiiice. :twisted:

                      When, oh, when, will Murkans get deys freakin act toGETHER?
                      what's the problem???????

                      It'd be nice to have American TJers succeeding more in the NCAA (not to mention on the world stage)?
                      Agreed sir.Haven't had success since Tiombe Heard set the national mark

                      Ha, I just realized I misread your original post that I quoted. I thought you were wondering why Marlow was unhappy. Now I realize you were voicing similar frustration.
                      Yes I was just asking a question from Marlow about what 's wrong with Murkans.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gh
                        formchart damage

                        in:
                        . **Kim Williams’ Florida State
                        2. *Blessing Okagbare’ UTEP
                        3. *Sarah Nambawa’ Middle Tennessee
                        4. Yasmine Regis’ Texas A&M
                        5. Tahari James Boston U
                        6. *Karoline Köhler’ San Diego State
                        7. *Shara Proctor’ Florida
                        8. *Neidra Covington TCU

                        10. **Whitney Liehr Stanford

                        out:
                        9. *Ashika Charan Texas A&M
                        Again I 'am sticking with the underdog Nambawa from MTSU.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 50.50
                          Does anyone know when the last time someone either men or women have won both the long and triple jump at the NCAA meet?
                          on women's side, Sheila Hudson of Cal in '90 (Trecia Smith subsequently had different-year wins)

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                          • #14
                            1 Kimberly Williams SO Florida State 14.38m 2.1 47-02.25 10
                            13.83m(2.9) 13.76m(0.8) 13.88m(1.3) 13.77m(0.3) 14.16m(2.2) 14.38m(2.1)
                            2 Yasmine Regis SR Texas A&M 13.82m 3.3 45-04.25 8
                            FOUL 13.39m(1.7) 13.36m(1.9) FOUL 13.82m(3.3) FOUL
                            3 Sarah Nambawa JR M. Tenn. St. 13.79m 1.0 45-03.00 6
                            13.79m(1.0) FOUL 13.41m(1.6) 13.62m(1.4) FOUL 13.62m(1.2)
                            4 Shara Proctor JR Florida 13.69m 1.5 44-11.00 5
                            13.27m(1.3) FOUL 13.69m(1.5) 13.34m(2.6) 13.49m(2.2) 13.22m(0.5)
                            5 Blessing Okagbare JR Texas-El Paso 13.60m 2.5 44-07.50 4
                            13.18m(1.3) 13.59m(0.8) FOUL 13.15m(2.3) 13.60m(2.5) 13.01m(0.8)
                            6 Karoline Koehler JR San Diego State 13.43m 1.6 44-00.75 3
                            13.09m(1.2) 13.43m(1.6) 13.33m(1.3) 13.27m(2.2) 12.06m(1.3) 13.40m(1.9)
                            7 Tahari James SR Boston University 13.28m 2.5 43-07.00 2
                            12.99m(1.3) 13.28m(2.5) 13.21m(1.5) FOUL FOUL 12.50m(0.1)
                            8 Neidra Covington JR TCU 13.10m 2.2 42-11.75 1
                            13.04m(2.8) 12.65m(1.4) 13.10m(2.2) FOUL FOUL 12.62m(0.5)
                            9 Jasmine Pickett SO Cal Poly-SLO 13.05m 1.0 42-09.75
                            13.05m(1.0) FOUL 12.60m(2.4) FOUL 12.97m(2.2) 12.96m(1.3)
                            10 Lauren Martin JR Indiana State 12.94m 2.6 42-05.50
                            12.94m(2.6) FOUL 12.28m(1.7)
                            11 Whitney Liehr SO Stanford 12.88m 2.2 42-03.25
                            12.88m(2.2) FOUL 12.62m(1.0)
                            12 Jeomi Maduka SR Cornell 12.72m 2.0 41-08.75
                            12.72m(2.0) 12.57m(1.2) FOUL

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