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  • ¶w800: Geena Gall (Michigan) 2:00.80 CL

    T&FN Formchart:

    1. *Phoebe Wright Tennessee
    2. Geena Gall Michigan
    3. ***Lacey Cramer BYU
    4. *LaTavia Thomas LSU
    5. *Pilar McShine’ Florida State
    6. Laura Hermanson North Dakota State
    7. Heather Dorniden Minnesota
    8. **Brittany Hall LSU
    9. *Molly Beckwith Indiana
    10. ***Chanelle Price Tennessee

  • #2
    reliminaries
    1 Phoebe Wright JR Tennessee 2:04.86Q
    2 Geena Gall SR Michigan 2:04.94Q
    3 Pilar McShine JR Florida State 2:05.09Q
    4 Heather Dorniden SR Minnesota 2:05.16Q
    5 Chanelle Price FR Tennessee 2:05.27Q
    6 Lacey Cramer FR Brigham Young 2:05.33Q
    7 LaTavia Thomas JR LSU 2:05.33Q
    8 Laura Hermanson SR North Dakota State 2:05.54Q
    9 Molly Beckwith JR Indiana 2:05.43Q
    10 Zoe Buckman JR Oregon 2:05.46Q
    11 Kayann Thompson JR LSU 2:05.49Q
    12 Dominique Jackson SO North Carolina 2:05.76Q
    13 Lea Wallace SO Sacramento State 2:05.55q
    14 Asia Diaz SR Texas Tech 2:05.60q
    15 Angelina Blackmon SR NC State 2:05.81q
    16 Kate Grace SO Yale 2:05.82q
    17 Brittany Hall SO LSU 2:06.07q
    18 Clarisse Moh SR Seton Hall 2:06.17q
    19 Shannon Leinert JR Missouri 2:06.54
    20 Aja Jackson SR Charlotte 2:06.77
    21 Krishna Curry JR UCLA 2:08.63
    22 Ilyssa Pettigrew SR Southern Methodist 2:08.79
    23 Brittany Gigstead SO North Dakota State 2:09.38
    24 Britney Barnard SR Mississippi 2:10.06
    25 Nikki Swenson SO Minnesota 2:10.08
    26 Renisha Robinson SO Sacramento State 2:12.34
    27 Tamika Kinchen JR Georgia State 2:14.17

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    • #3
      no formchart damage: everybody in top 10 into semis

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      • #4
        This should be one of the more highly anticipated events this yr. With a host of women at 2:02-2:03 already.

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        • #5
          Semi-Finals
          1 Geena Gall SR Michigan 2:02.28Q
          2 Phoebe Wright JR Tennessee 2:02.56Q
          3 Laura Hermanson SR North Dakota State 2:03.19Q
          4 LaTavia Thomas JR LSU 2:03.37Q
          5 Lacey Cramer FR Brigham Young 2:03.41Q
          6 Brittany Hall SO LSU 2:03.73Q
          7 Pilar McShine JR Florida State 2:03.47q
          8 Heather Dorniden SR Minnesota 2:03.77q
          9 Dominique Jackson SO North Carolina 2:03.89q
          10 Kayann Thompson JR LSU 2:03.99
          11 Chanelle Price FR Tennessee 2:04.30
          12 Zoe Buckman JR Oregon 2:04.68
          13 Molly Beckwith JR Indiana 2:04.87
          14 Asia Diaz SR Texas Tech 2:06.16
          15 Clarisse Moh SR Seton Hall 2:06.48
          16 Lea Wallace SO Sacramento State 2:07.27
          17 Angelina Blackmon SR NC State 2:07.68
          18 Kate Grace SO Yale 2:08.50

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          • #6
            formchart damage

            in:
            1. *Phoebe Wright Tennessee
            2. Geena Gall Michigan
            3. ***Lacey Cramer BYU
            4. *LaTavia Thomas LSU
            5. *Pilar McShine’ Florida State
            6. Laura Hermanson North Dakota State
            7. Heather Dorniden Minnesota
            8. **Brittany Hall LSU

            out:
            9. *Molly Beckwith Indiana
            10. ***Chanelle Price Tennessee

            (nice job, Jack!)

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            • #7
              Looks like h2 really went after the Q times, as seven of the nine entrants ran sub-60 their first lap. Gall, picked second, ran the smartest and fastest semi-final, with only a 1,22s differential between her front-running laps and saved that extra second h2 used on the first lap for the final.

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              • #8
                Like I asked in the men's race will a female go out and establish a breakneck pace so the winner could go under 2:00 minutes?

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                • #9
                  Unlikely we'll see a sub-2.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by bhall
                    Unlikely we'll see a sub-2.
                    Dammn thought it would have a chance to happen

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                    • #11
                      disappointed in Channelle Price.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dupontred
                        disappointed in Channelle Price.
                        She'll be back next yr.

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                        • #13
                          tandfnw800: Geena Gall (Michigan) 59.37/61.43 for 2:00.80.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by gh
                            tandfnw800: Geena Gall (Michigan) 59.37/61.43 for 2:00.80.
                            Looks like I may get my wish for a sub 2:00 800 final

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                            • #15
                              Yep, Gall ran the smartest overall race in the semis.

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