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  • #16
    splits (by codeflash)

    vEvent 25 Women 1500m Run Round 1
    Name Affiliation Time
    Heat 1
    1:59.76(1:11.94)
    47.83(47.83)
    4:14.92
    E. Tenn St.
    1 3:09.80(1:10.04)4:14.92(1:05.12)
    Heidi Dahl
    2:00.02(1:11.58)
    48.44(48.44)
    4:15.48
    Georgetown
    2 3:10.08(1:10.07)4:15.48(1:05.41)
    Emily Infeld
    1:59.78(1:11.62)
    48.17(48.17)
    4:15.54
    Stanford
    3 3:09.73(1:09.95)4:15.54(1:05.81)
    Lauren Centrowitz
    2:00.22(1:11.56)
    48.66(48.66)
    4:15.56
    Virginia
    4 3:10.51(1:10.30)4:15.56(1:05.05)
    Morgane Gay
    1:59.92(1:11.60)
    48.33(48.33)
    4:16.10
    Washington
    5 3:09.96(1:10.05)4:16.10(1:06.14)
    Christine Babcock
    2:00.03(1:11.55)
    48.49(48.49)
    4:16.11
    Stony Brook
    6 3:09.74(1:09.72)4:16.11(1:06.38)
    Lucy VanDalen
    2:00.46(1:11.57)
    48.89(48.89)
    4:18.11
    Minnesota
    7 3:10.70(1:10.25)4:18.11(1:07.42)
    Elizabeth Yetzer
    1:57.14(1:09.64)
    47.50(47.50)
    4:20.10
    Washington
    8 3:09.16(1:12.02)4:20.10(1:10.95)
    Kailey Campbell
    2:00.37(1:11.54)
    48.83(48.83)
    4:26.73
    Kansas
    9 3:14.57(1:14.20)4:26.73(1:12.16)
    Lauren Bonds
    Name Affiliation Time
    Heat 2
    2:06.07(1:13.51)
    52.56(52.56)
    4:16.73
    Georgetown
    1 3:15.44(1:09.38)4:16.73(1:01.29)
    Maggie Infeld
    2:06.27(1:13.02)
    53.25(53.25)
    4:17.97
    Fla State
    2 3:15.42(1:09.16)4:17.97(1:02.55)
    Susan Kuijken
    2:06.28(1:13.44)
    52.84(52.84)
    4:18.66
    Michigan
    3 3:15.87(1:09.59)4:18.66(1:02.79)
    Danielle Tauro
    2:06.39(1:13.51)
    52.88(52.88)
    4:19.02
    Oregon
    4 3:15.55(1:09.17)4:19.02(1:03.47)
    Alexandra Kosinski
    2:06.14(1:13.45)
    52.70(52.70)
    4:20.57
    BYU
    5 3:15.64(1:09.51)4:20.57(1:04.93)
    Katie Palmer
    2:06.59(1:13.51)
    53.08(53.08)
    4:22.47
    Texas Tech
    6 3:15.80(1:09.22)4:22.47(1:06.67)
    Gladys Kipsang
    2:06.70(1:13.25)
    53.45(53.45)
    4:23.99
    New Mexico
    7 3:16.47(1:09.78)4:23.99(1:07.53)
    Ashley Gibson
    2:06.52(1:13.21)
    53.32(53.32)
    4:25.61
    Villanova
    8 3:15.97(1:09.46)4:25.61(1:09.64)
    Sheila Reid
    2:06.49(1:13.50)
    52.99(52.99)
    4:27.01
    Louisville
    9 3:16.15(1:09.66)4:27.01(1:10.86)
    Tarah McKay
    Name Affiliation Time
    Heat 3
    2:06.04(1:13.17)
    52.87(52.87)
    4:16.67
    Riverside
    1 3:12.84(1:06.80)4:16.67(1:03.83)
    Brenda Martinez
    2:06.01(1:13.10)
    52.91(52.91)
    4:17.06
    Tennessee
    2 3:12.58(1:06.58)4:17.06(1:04.48)
    Sarah Bowman
    2:06.21(1:13.15)
    53.07(53.07)
    4:17.20
    Duke
    3 3:13.13(1:06.92)4:17.20(1:04.08)
    Molly Lehman
    2:06.36(1:12.88)
    53.49(53.49)
    4:18.56
    Arkansas
    4 3:13.37(1:07.02)4:18.56(1:05.19)
    Jillian Rosen
    2:06.15(1:12.79)
    53.37(53.37)
    4:18.69
    Stanford
    5 3:12.96(1:06.81)4:18.69(1:05.74)
    Alicia Follmar
    2:06.33(1:13.00)
    53.34(53.34)
    4:20.20
    Georgetown
    6 3:13.19(1:06.87)4:20.20(1:07.01)
    Renee Tomlin
    2:06.69(1:13.49)
    53.20(53.20)
    4:23.15
    WSU
    7 3:14.08(1:07.40)4:23.15(1:09.07)
    Lisa Egami
    2:06.52(1:12.93)
    53.60(53.60)
    4:24.11
    Iowa
    8 3:14.39(1:07.87)4:24.11(1:09.73)
    Betsy Flood
    2:06.49(1:13.26)
    53.23(53.23)
    4:25.64
    Villanova
    9 3:14.47(1:07.99)4:25.64(1:11.17)
    Ellen Dougherty
    8:14:21PM 6/11/2009 Page 1 of 1
    All Splits are taken from the common finishline

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    • #17
      Great job by Gay and Lehman of the ACC stepping up. Gay is a future superstar.

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      • #18
        w 1500

        I agree with T&FN picking Bowman for fourth. She can follow a steady pace by Kipyego (NCAA Outdoor 2008 & NCAA Indoor 2009) or catch relay anchors ahead of her (PennR 2009), but she isn't a pacer and she isn't a kicker.

        IMHO her only chance of winning is to set a pace of 64 - 68 and force Kuijken to run sub - 4:07 to win. Bowman never has done it before, so I hope that I'm surprised on Saturday.

        IF she hopes to make the WCh team, she'll have to set a faster pace eg. 62 - 66 and run close to 4:00. IF that fails, 2010 is a good year to run 3000s.
        none

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        • #19
          Originally posted by NumberCruncher
          Great job by Gay and Lehman of the ACC stepping up. Gay is a future superstar.
          That's all we need, more Gay threads! :wink:

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          • #20
            all-time U.S. Juniors (I was slightly off earlier)

            1. 4:09.10 Suzy Favor (Wisconsin) 6/27/87
            2. 4:10.6 Jan Merrill (Age Group AA) 8/31/75
            3. 4:12.9 Linda Goen (UCLA) 5/11/80
            4. 4:13.14 Arianna Lambie (Stanford) 5/29/04
            5. 4:14.0i Darlene Beckford (Harvard) 2/08/80
            6. 4:14.50 Jordan Hasay (California HS) 7/04/08
            7. 4:15.16 Leann Warren (Oregon) 6/29/80
            8. 4:15.35 Darcy Arreola (CS Northridge) 6/27/87
            9. 4:15.48 Emily Infeld (Georgetown) 6/11/09
            10. 4:15.56 Morgane Gay (Virginia) 6/11/09

            11. 4:15.57 Heidi Magill (BYU) 6/11/05
            12. 4:16.03 Ruth Wysocki (Blue Angels) 6/12/76
            13. 4:16.10 Christine Babcock (Washington) 6/11/09


            Sorry, Ruth, no more top 10!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by gh
              three in the first heat made the all-time U.S. Junior top 10!
              Another reason it's best not to grab distinctions in high school. Kosinski has yet to make an NCAA 1.500m final.

              Gay ran 4.56,70m in high school.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by gh
                all-time U.S. Juniors (I was slightly off earlier)

                1. 4:09.10 (3.57,60/1.58,10) Suzy Favor (Wisconsin) 6/27/87
                2. 4:10.6 (4.02,61/2.02,8) Jan Merrill (Age Group AA) 8/31/75
                3. 4:12.9 (4.12,9) Linda Goen (UCLA) 5/11/80
                4. 4:13.14 (4.12,29) Arianna Lambie (Stanford) 5/29/04
                5. 4:14.0i (4.04,81) Darlene Beckford (Harvard) 2/08/80
                6. 4:14.50 (Current) Jordan Hasay (California HS) 7/04/08
                7. 4:15.16 (4.05,88/1.59,63) Leann Warren (Oregon) 6/29/80
                8. 4:15.35 (4.09,32) Darcy Arreola (CS Northridge) 6/27/87
                9. 4:15.48 (Current) Emily Infeld (Georgetown) 6/11/09
                10. 4:15.56 (Current) Morgane Gay (Virginia) 6/11/09

                11. 4:15.57 (4.15,57) Heidi Magill (BYU) 6/11/05
                12. 4:16.03 (4.00,18/1.59,78) Ruth Wysocki (Blue Angels) 6/12/76
                13. 4:16.10 (Current) Christine Babcock (Washington) 6/11/09
                Nice that nearly every single AJ 1.500m runner showed improvement in their careers. Juniors' lifetime bests (1.500m/800m) in parenthesis following the junior 1.500m times gh listed. Lambie is still competing, but am unsure what has happened to Magill.

                Source: Brinkster

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by EPelle
                  Originally posted by gh
                  all-time U.S. Juniors (I was slightly off earlier)

                  1. 4:09.10 (3.57,60/1.58,10) Suzy Favor (Wisconsin) 6/27/87
                  2. 4:10.6 (4.02,61/2.02,8) Jan Merrill (Age Group AA) 8/31/75
                  3. 4:12.9 (4.12,9) Linda Goen (UCLA) 5/11/80
                  4. 4:13.14 (4.12,29) Arianna Lambie (Stanford) 5/29/04
                  5. 4:14.0i (4.04,81) Darlene Beckford (Harvard) 2/08/80
                  6. 4:14.50 (Current) Jordan Hasay (California HS) 7/04/08
                  7. 4:15.16 (4.05,88/1.59,63) Leann Warren (Oregon) 6/29/80
                  8. 4:15.35 (4.09,32) Darcy Arreola (CS Northridge) 6/27/87
                  9. 4:15.48 (Current) Emily Infeld (Georgetown) 6/11/09
                  10. 4:15.56 (Current) Morgane Gay (Virginia) 6/11/09

                  11. 4:15.57 (4.15,57) Heidi Magill (BYU) 6/11/05
                  12. 4:16.03 (4.00,18/1.59,78) Ruth Wysocki (Blue Angels) 6/12/76
                  13. 4:16.10 (Current) Christine Babcock (Washington) 6/11/09
                  Nice that nearly every single AJ 1.500m runner showed improvement in their careers. Juniors' lifetime bests (1.500m/800m) in parenthesis following the junior 1.500m times gh listed. Lambie is still competing, but am unsure what has happened to Magill.

                  Source: Brinkster
                  Magill got married and transferred from BYU:
                  Preliminaries
                  1 Heidi Dahl SR E. Tenn St. 4:14.92Q

                  Same person!

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                  • #24
                    Thank you! I lost track of her not soon after her high school years.

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                    • #25
                      Magill also spent a year or two at U of TN in between.

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                      • #26
                        Heidi herself chimes in on her transfers in this thread. Pretty cool.

                        http://www.letsrun.com/forum/flat_read. ... ad=2827931

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by pickle47
                          After watching Bowman get outkicked, what was it, three times at Penn last year, I don't think setting the pace is her strong suit. Doesn't she have the wheels to go with the leaders and then let 'er rip with 200 to go? She's got that long stride, not huge turnover, so I wouldn't wait until the last 80.
                          She's looked like a different runner this year. Both at the indoor NCAA's and the Penn Relays, she looked as if she could handle anything. That doesn't mean I think she'll beat Kuijken, but she might just do that. (I also respect Martinez, and she looked good in her heat, but she's never done very well in NCAA finals.)

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by gh
                            9. 4:15.48 Emily Infeld (Georgetown) 6/11/09
                            10. 4:15.56 Morgane Gay (Virginia) 6/11/09

                            13. 4:16.10 Christine Babcock (Washington) 6/11/09
                            Trivia: These three new additions to the all-time American Junior 1.500m list never faced each other in the 1.500m, 1.600m or mile in high school.

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                            • #29
                              Finals
                              1 Susan Kuijken SR Florida State 4:13.05 10
                              2 Brenda Martinez JR Riverside 4:13.97 8
                              3 Lauren Centrowitz SR Stanford 4:14.22 6
                              4 Sarah Bowman SR Tennessee 4:14.27 5
                              5 Maggie Infeld SR Georgetown 4:14.55 4
                              6 Heidi Dahl SR E. Tenn St. 4:15.03 3
                              7 Molly Lehman SR Duke 4:15.19 2
                              8 Emily Infeld FR Georgetown 4:17.94 1
                              9 Lucy VanDalen FR Stony Brook-SUNY 4:18.76
                              10 Morgane Gay FR Virginia 4:19.59
                              11 Christine Babcock FR Washington 4:20.41
                              12 Danielle Tauro SO Michigan 4:24.30

                              Wow, every underclass person was put in their respective places in this one.

                              Formchart goes 1-2-3 (-4) for gold, silver and bronze.

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                              • #30
                                Did I miss something or did CBS only show the finish of this race?

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