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    T&FN Formchart:

    1. TCU
    2. LSU
    3. Texas
    4. Baylor
    5. Auburn
    6. Penn State
    7. South Carolina
    8. UCLA
    9. Seton Hall
    10. Texas A&M

  • #2
    LSU 3:31.06 (54.7, 51.8, 51.8, 51.8) to win first heat


    quickie hand splits; autos for final two legs available later

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    • #3
      Texas 3:33.23 (54.4, 52.1, 53.5, 53.2) in II

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      • #4
        Flash Results, Inc.
        NCAA Division I 2009 Outdoor
        Track & Field Championships
        Fayetteville, AR - 6/10/2009 to 6/13/2009

        Event 32 Women 4x400 Meter Relay
        ================================================== ==============
        3 Heats. Advance top 2 from each heat plus next best 3 times.
        American: 3:15.51 10/1/1988 Olympic Team
        College Best: 3:23.75 4/3/2004 Texas
        NCAA Meet: 3:25.78 6/10/2006 LSU
        School Prelims
        ================================================== ==============
        Heat 1 Preliminaries
        1 LSU 3:31.09Q
        1) Brittany Hall SO 2) Kayann Thompson JR
        3) Samantha Henry JR 4) LaTavia Thomas JR
        2 Southern California 3:31.57Q
        1) Elizabeth Olear JR 2) Shalina Clarke JR
        3) Dalilah Muhammad FR 4) Myra Hasson JR
        3 Penn State 3:31.63q
        1) Aleesha Barber JR 2) Shavon Greaves SO
        3) Gayle Hunter SR 4) Fawn Dorr JR
        4 Seton Hall 3:32.39q
        1) Alexandra McCoy SR 2) Toneisha Friday JR
        3) Janielle Brathwaite SR 4) Jernail Hayes JR
        5 UCLA 3:36.28
        1) Ashlea McLaughlin SO 2) Krystin Lacy SR
        3) Camilla Dencer FR 4) Nicole Leach SR
        6 North Carolina 3:36.71
        1) Latoya James SO 2) Elizabeth Mott FR
        3) Christie Johnson SO 4) Tasha Stanley FR
        Heat 2 Preliminaries
        1 Texas 3:33.23Q
        1) Judy Nwosu FR 2) Angele Cooper FR
        3) Stacy-ann Smith FR 4) Chantel Malone SO
        2 Baylor 3:33.96Q
        1) Katrina Taylor SR 2) Brittany Bruce SO
        3) Tiana Hood JR 4) Diamond Richardson FR
        3 Louisiana Tech 3:34.43q
        1) El Charrita Reynolds SR 2) Kamelia Stroy JR
        3) Monique Wright SO 4) Lashonda Worthy JR
        4 Ohio State 3:35.04
        1) Latoya Sanderson JR 2) Ashley Caldwell JR
        3) Ayrizanna Favours SR 4) Shaniqua McGinnis FR
        5 Illinois 3:36.36
        1) Ashley Kelly FR 2) Omoye Ugiagbe SR
        3) Ryisha Boyd FR 4) Melissa Bates SO
        6 Florida State 3:37.55
        1) K.K. Richmond SR 2) Stephanie Simpson JR
        3) Keyla Smith SR 4) Christal Washington FR
        Heat 3 Preliminaries
        1 Arizona State 3:33.75Q
        1) Shauntel Elcock SR 2) Jasmine Chaney SO
        3) Dominique' Maloy SO 4) Jeavon Benjamin SR
        2 South Carolina 3:33.98Q
        1) Porche Byrd JR 2) Brandi Cross JR
        3) Breehanna Jacobs FR 4) Gabby Glenn SO
        3 Texas A&M 3:34.85
        1) Brittany Machacek SO 2) Jessica Beard SO
        3) Tiffany Singleton FR 4) Sandy Wooten JR
        4 Auburn 3:35.47
        1) Lakeisha Williams FR 2) Latoya Parkinson SO
        3) Danielle Gilchrist JR 4) Joanna Atkins SO
        5 TCU 3:36.45
        1) Kishelle Paul SR 2) Jessica Clarke SR
        3) Haley Shade FR 4) Jessica Young JR
        6 Mississippi 3:36.49
        1) Jasmine Dacus JR 2) Sofie Persson SO
        3) Britney Barnard SR 4) Lajada Baldwin SO
        ================================================== ==============
        3 Heats. Advance top 2 from each heat plus next best 3 times.
        American: 3:15.51 10/1/1988 Olympic Team
        College Best: 3:23.75 4/3/2004 Texas
        NCAA Meet: 3:25.78 6/10/2006 LSU
        School Prelims
        ================================================== ==============
        Preliminaries
        1 LSU 3:31.09Q
        1) Brittany Hall SO 2) Kayann Thompson JR
        3) Samantha Henry JR 4) LaTavia Thomas JR
        2 Texas 3:33.23Q
        1) Judy Nwosu FR 2) Angele Cooper FR
        3) Stacy-ann Smith FR 4) Chantel Malone SO
        3 Arizona State 3:33.75Q
        1) Shauntel Elcock SR 2) Jasmine Chaney SO
        3) Dominique' Maloy SO 4) Jeavon Benjamin SR
        4 Southern California 3:31.57Q
        1) Elizabeth Olear JR 2) Shalina Clarke JR
        3) Dalilah Muhammad FR 4) Myra Hasson JR
        5 Baylor 3:33.96Q
        1) Katrina Taylor SR 2) Brittany Bruce SO
        3) Tiana Hood JR 4) Diamond Richardson FR
        6 South Carolina 3:33.98Q
        1) Porche Byrd JR 2) Brandi Cross JR
        3) Breehanna Jacobs FR 4) Gabby Glenn SO
        7 Penn State 3:31.63q
        1) Aleesha Barber JR 2) Shavon Greaves SO
        3) Gayle Hunter SR 4) Fawn Dorr JR
        8 Seton Hall 3:32.39q
        1) Alexandra McCoy SR 2) Toneisha Friday JR
        3) Janielle Brathwaite SR 4) Jernail Hayes JR
        9 Louisiana Tech 3:34.43q
        1) El Charrita Reynolds SR 2) Kamelia Stroy JR
        3) Monique Wright SO 4) Lashonda Worthy JR
        10 Texas A&M 3:34.85
        1) Brittany Machacek SO 2) Jessica Beard SO
        3) Tiffany Singleton FR 4) Sandy Wooten JR
        11 Ohio State 3:35.04
        1) Latoya Sanderson JR 2) Ashley Caldwell JR
        3) Ayrizanna Favours SR 4) Shaniqua McGinnis FR
        12 Auburn 3:35.47
        1) Lakeisha Williams FR 2) Latoya Parkinson SO
        3) Danielle Gilchrist JR 4) Joanna Atkins SO
        13 UCLA 3:36.28
        1) Ashlea McLaughlin SO 2) Krystin Lacy SR
        3) Camilla Dencer FR 4) Nicole Leach SR
        14 Illinois 3:36.36
        1) Ashley Kelly FR 2) Omoye Ugiagbe SR
        3) Ryisha Boyd FR 4) Melissa Bates SO
        15 TCU 3:36.45
        1) Kishelle Paul SR 2) Jessica Clarke SR
        3) Haley Shade FR 4) Jessica Young JR
        16 Mississippi 3:36.49
        1) Jasmine Dacus JR 2) Sofie Persson SO
        3) Britney Barnard SR 4) Lajada Baldwin SO
        17 North Carolina 3:36.71
        1) Latoya James SO 2) Elizabeth Mott FR
        3) Christie Johnson SO 4) Tasha Stanley FR
        18 Florida State 3:37.55
        1) K.K. Richmond SR 2) Stephanie Simpson JR
        3) Keyla Smith SR 4) Christal Washington FR
        ================================================== =========

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        • #5
          formchart damage

          in:

          2. LSU
          3. Texas
          4. Baylor

          6. Penn State
          7. South Carolina

          9. Seton Hall

          out:
          1. TCU
          5. Auburn
          8. UCLA
          10. Texas A&M

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          • #6
            Nice 50.6 or so split by Beard on the second leg in heat 3. Too bad they didn't qualify for the finals.

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            • #7
              50.5 for Beard

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              • #8
                Originally posted by gh
                LSU 3:31.06 (54.7, 51.8, 51.8, 51.8) to win first heat


                quickie hand splits; autos for final two legs available later
                Samantha Henry ran the third leg. 51.8 is not bad for her first 4x400 of the year. I only hope she has enough left in the tank to get through the rest of the meet. Go Samantha!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by gh
                  50.5 for Beard
                  Thanks GH. Pretty nice given the sluggish changeover prior to the CL.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jazzcyclist
                    ...Samantha Henry ran the third leg. 51.8 is not bad for her first 4x400 of the year... Go Samantha!
                    She did look good on that carry. And then again - L-S-U! They do have a way of getting it done.

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                    • #11
                      Cross false started in the 400 semis she's going to run a crazy split in the 4x400 relay finals!!!!!!!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ChuiTai
                        Originally posted by jazzcyclist
                        ...Samantha Henry ran the third leg. 51.8 is not bad for her first 4x400 of the year... Go Samantha!
                        She did look good on that carry. And then again - L-S-U! They do have a way of getting it done.
                        She had to step up because there is an injury to their frosh relay member, Cassandra Tate, who must've injured herself prior to that meet as she was replaced on the 4x1, which looked as though was out of sync on that 1st exhange, and resulted in their DQ. (didn't make handoff)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by knite
                          Originally posted by ChuiTai
                          Originally posted by jazzcyclist
                          ...Samantha Henry ran the third leg. 51.8 is not bad for her first 4x400 of the year... Go Samantha!
                          She did look good on that carry. And then again - L-S-U! They do have a way of getting it done.
                          She had to step up because there is an injury to their frosh relay member, Cassandra Tate, who must've injured herself prior to that meet as she was replaced on the 4x1, which looked as though was out of sync on that 1st exhange, and resulted in their DQ. (didn't make handoff)
                          Tate hurt her hamstring in the 4x100 heats on day 1. Personally, I would have used Monique Cabral instead of Henry for the 4x400 heats. LSU was more than three seconds faster than the last qualifier and almost four seconds faster than the Texas A&M, the fastest non-qualifier. Cabral failed to make into the 100 final and I doubt that she would have been three seconds slower than Henry. And without that extra lactic acid in her legs, I'm sure Henry would have finished better than 8th in 100 final, not to mention how she'll be affected in the 200 final.

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                          • #14
                            Alexanderson (sp) from Texas ran the leg of the century.

                            What speed on the backstretch. That's how you run a 400.

                            Why didn't Texas A&M run the 4 x 400?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by frontrunner
                              Why didn't Texas A&M run the 4 x 400?
                              They didn't qualify for the final.

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