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  • ¶mJavelin: Chris Hill (Georgia) 268-4 (81.80)

    T&FN Formchart:

    1. *Chris Hill Georgia
    2. *Cyrus Hostetler Oregon
    3. Corey White USC
    4. Cody Fillinich Northwestern Louisiana
    5. **Craig Kinsley Brown
    6. *Alex Wolff Oregon
    7. **Kyle Nielsen’ Washington
    8. **Pontus Thomee’ Boise
    9. ***Matthias Treff’ Virginia Tech
    10. **Robert Dehn Wisconsin

  • #2
    The top three are definitely in a different league. 8-)

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    • #3
      According to the Virginia Tech notes, Treff had Tommy John surgery Monday and won't be throwing. Damn shame, though he should be beast in the coming years.

      NCAA Start Lists also reflect this.

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      • #4
        Preliminaries
        1 Corey White SR Southern California 77.68mq 254-10
        77.68m x x
        2 Chris Hill JR Georgia 71.43mq 234-04
        71.43m PASS PASS
        3 Craig Kinsley SO Brown 69.36mq 227-07
        67.28m 69.36m 65.79m
        4 Kyle Nielsen SO Washington 68.62mq 225-01
        67.79m 68.62m FOUL
        5 Alex VanderMerwe SR Texas-El Paso 68.33mq 224-02
        66.86m 66.70m 68.33m
        6 Cyrus Hostetler JR Oregon 68.24mq 223-11
        68.24m FOUL 67.42m
        7 Anthony Fairbanks SR New Mexico 67.96mq 222-11
        65.48m 64.15m 67.96m
        8 Colin Molteton JR Mississippi 67.79mq 222-05
        61.86m 67.79m FOUL
        9 Alex Wolff JR Oregon 67.73mq 222-02
        67.73m 63.61m 64.39m
        10 Brett Trudo SO Wichita State 66.99mq 219-09
        65.51m 61.94m 66.99m
        11 Cody Fillinich SR Northwestern State 66.67mq 218-09
        66.67m 65.26m 65.82m
        12 Pontus Thomee SO Boise State 66.65mq 218-08
        66.65m 63.98m 65.22m
        13 Kyle Smith FR S. Mississippi 66.38m 217-09
        FOUL 66.38m 64.78m
        14 Bryce Willen JR Mississippi 65.18m 213-10
        59.50m FOUL 65.18m
        15 Aaron Moore FR LSU 65.09m 213-06
        60.33m 63.84m 65.09m
        16 Robert Dehn SO Wisconsin 64.43m 211-05
        60.76m 64.43m 60.06m
        17 Trent Mazanec JR Wichita State 64.22m 210-08
        61.39m 64.22m 61.01m
        18 Blaine Baker SO Brigham Young 63.69m 208-11
        60.59m 63.69m FOUL
        19 Brandon Heroux FR William & Mary 63.58m 208-07
        59.26m 60.10m 63.58m
        20 Bryan Howard JR Florida State 63.10m 207-00
        63.10m 62.98m FOUL
        21 Seamas McGuire JR Lafayette 62.70m 205-08
        62.70m 61.88m FOUL
        22 Richard McKay FR Louisiana-Monroe 62.38m 204-08
        FOUL 62.38m FOUL
        23 Brandin Williams JR Colorado 61.82m 202-10
        58.46m 49.86m 61.82m
        24 Erik Heymann JR South Carolina 61.56m 202-00
        61.56m 61.39m FOUL
        25 Nick Lam JR Montana State 60.68m 199-01
        FOUL 60.68m 59.63m
        26 Thomas Sensing JR Wake Forest 56.34m 184-10
        56.34m FOUL FOUL

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        • #5
          formchart damage

          in:
          1. *Chris Hill Georgia
          2. *Cyrus Hostetler Oregon
          3. Corey White USC
          4. Cody Fillinich Northwestern Louisiana
          5. **Craig Kinsley Brown
          6. *Alex Wolff Oregon
          7. **Kyle Nielsen’ Washington
          8. **Pontus Thomee’ Boise

          out:
          9. ***Matthias Treff’ Virginia Tech (not in meet)
          10. **Robert Dehn Wisconsin

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          • #6
            First three rounds done.

            Don't have marks, but throwing order (reverse of current position) is:
            Cody Fillinich
            Anthony Fairbanks
            Kyle Nielsen
            Alex van der Merwe
            Pontus Thomee
            Cyrus Hostetler
            Craig Kinsley
            Corey White
            Chris Hill

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            • #7
              So Oregon loses a few points from Wolff.

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              • #8
                Fourth round, no change in places.

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                • #9
                  Does Javelin throwing power translate on the baseball diamond?

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                  • #10
                    Round 5:

                    van der Merwe improves to 69.64/228-6, but still 6th

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                    • #11
                      Craig Kinsley #5 71.96/236-1, still 3rd.
                      Corey White doesn't improve.
                      Chris Hill up, so round 5 will end with no place changes.

                      Hill around 82m!

                      81.80/268-4

                      6cm short of MR

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                      • #12
                        They just put up the 'results', but have actually put up only the first three rounds. Now fixed
                        • 1 Chris Hill JR Georgia 81.80m 268-04 10
                          77.76m 78.77m 72.43m 76.63m 81.80m 71.06m
                          2 Corey White SR Southern California 75.72m 248-05 8
                          74.01m 65.65m 65.13m FOUL 71.22m 75.72m
                          3 Craig Kinsley SO Brown 73.31m 240-06 6
                          73.31m 66.69m 63.73m 70.18m 71.96m 66.16m
                          4 Cyrus Hostetler JR Oregon 72.71m 238-06 5
                          72.71m 71.45m 66.07m 64.93m 68.43m 69.98m
                          5 Pontus Thomee SO Boise State 71.14m 233-05 4
                          67.83m 71.14m 69.47m 67.31m FOUL 71.11m
                          6 Kyle Nielsen SO Washington 70.56m 231-06 3
                          61.51m 68.90m FOUL 67.07m 67.09m 70.56m
                          7 Alex VanderMerwe SR Texas-El Paso 70.52m 231-04 2
                          70.52m 66.33m 69.54m 69.06m 69.64m 69.06m
                          8 Cody Fillinich SR Northwestern State 68.61m 225-01 1
                          66.59m 65.63m 67.34m 66.69m 66.95m 68.61m
                          9 Anthony Fairbanks SR New Mexico 67.79m 222-05
                          FOUL 67.79m 65.94m 66.96m 65.49m 62.11m
                          10 Alex Wolff JR Oregon 67.04m 219-11
                          63.81m 67.04m 64.62m
                          11 Colin Molteton JR Mississippi 66.12m 216-11
                          64.92m 66.12m FOUL
                          12 Brett Trudo SO Wichita State 64.56m 211-10
                          61.66m 63.72m 64.56m

                        • 1 Chris Hill JR Georgia 81.80m 268-04 10
                          77.76m 78.77m 72.43m 76.63m 81.80m 71.06m
                          2 Corey White SR Southern California 75.72m 248-05 8
                          74.01m 65.65m 65.13m FOUL 71.22m 75.72m
                          3 Craig Kinsley SO Brown 73.31m 240-06 6
                          73.31m 66.69m 63.73m 70.18m 71.96m 66.16m
                          4 Cyrus Hostetler JR Oregon 72.71m 238-06 5
                          72.71m 71.45m 66.07m 64.93m 68.43m 69.98m
                          5 Pontus Thomee SO Boise State 71.14m 233-05 4
                          67.83m 71.14m 69.47m 67.31m FOUL 71.11m
                          6 Kyle Nielsen SO Washington 70.56m 231-06 3
                          61.51m 68.90m FOUL 67.07m 67.09m 70.56m
                          7 Alex VanderMerwe SR Texas-El Paso 70.52m 231-04 2
                          70.52m 66.33m 69.54m 69.06m 69.64m 69.06m
                          8 Cody Fillinich SR Northwestern State 68.61m 225-01 1
                          66.59m 65.63m 67.34m 66.69m 66.95m 68.61m
                          9 Anthony Fairbanks SR New Mexico 67.79m 222-05
                          FOUL 67.79m 65.94m 66.96m 65.49m 62.11m
                          10 Alex Wolff JR Oregon 67.04m 219-11
                          63.81m 67.04m 64.62m
                          11 Colin Molteton JR Mississippi 66.12m 216-11
                          64.92m 66.12m FOUL
                          12 Brett Trudo SO Wichita State 64.56m 211-10
                          61.66m 63.72m 64.56m

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by NumberCruncher
                          Does Javelin throwing power translate on the baseball diamond?
                          Article from the stone ages of the internet on Jan Zelezny and baseball...

                          http://www.nytimes.com/specials/olympic ... velin.html

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                          • #14
                            need to change thread title to Chris Hill.

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                            • #15
                              need to change thread title to Garry White!

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