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  • tandfman
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    I'm not yet out at the track, but it stopped raining more than three hours ago and for the past hour or so the sun has been out. The streets are totally dry, and if there's no further rain, I expect to find the high jump area dry. No reason why it shouldn't be.

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  • hjumper33
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    anyone have any updates on the condition of the track. jumping when its slick out can quickly level a playing field, and sometimes take certain jumping styles out all together.

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  • guruof track
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    Especially when we have almost 20 HS jumping at or over 7'0

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  • knite
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    This event has been one of ups and downs I would say....but 6-10 to make the finals seems oddly low. And a surprise that the mark wasn't pushed up to slim the field down a little.

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  • gh
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    3 years in a row that only 6-10¾ needed to make the final. Before that, last time it was that low was 1973!

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  • gh
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    formchart damage

    in:
    1. Scott Sellers Kansas State
    2. Jerome Miller Georgia Tech
    3. *Manjula Wijesekara’ USC

    5. *Tone Belt Louisville
    6. *Trent Arrivey Washington State
    7. Ivan Diggs Houston
    9. Garrett Huyler Cornell
    10. ***Ryan Fleck Auburn

    out:
    4. ***Derek Drouin’ Indiana
    8. *Matt Fisher Minnesota

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  • gh
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    Preliminaries
    1 Adetayo Adesanya JR Purdue 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O O
    1 Garrett Huyler SR Cornell 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O XO
    1 Trent Arrivey JR Washington State 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O O
    1 Jacques Watson SO Coastal Carolina 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    XO XXO
    1 Jerome Miller SR Georgia Tech 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    PPP O
    1 Ryan Fleck FR Auburn 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O O
    1 Paul Hamilton SO Nebraska 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    XO O
    1 Scott Sellers SR Kansas State 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O O
    1 Raymond Harris SR Texas 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    XO XXO
    1 Manjula Wijesekara JR Southern California 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O O
    1 Ryan Grinnell SR Boise State 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O XO
    1 Tone Belt JR Louisville 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O XXO
    1 Greg Shroka JR Illinois 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    XXO XXO
    1 Ivan Diggs SR Houston 2.10mq 6-10.75
    2.05 2.10
    O O
    15 Matthew Parker SR Liberty 2.05m 6-08.75
    2.05 2.10
    XO XXX
    15 Matt Fisher JR Minnesota 2.05m 6-08.75
    2.05 2.10
    XXO XXX
    15 Taylor Hobson SO UCLA 2.05m 6-08.75
    2.05 2.10
    XO XXX
    15 Errol Blackmon SR South Florida 2.05m 6-08.75
    2.05 2.10
    XXO XXX
    15 Johnathan Goldan SR Cal State-Fullerton 2.05m 6-08.75
    2.05 2.10
    XXO XXX
    15 Michael McCall SO Akron 2.05m 6-08.75
    2.05 2.10
    XXO XXX
    15 Derek Drouin FR Indiana 2.05m 6-08.75
    2.05 2.10
    O XXX
    -- Andrew Duncan FR Texas-Arlington NH
    2.05
    XXX
    -- Casey Parker JR Utah State NH
    2.05
    XXX
    -- Major Clay SO Indiana State NH
    2.05
    XXX
    -- Ryan Fritz SR Penn State NH
    2.05
    XXX
    -- Andrew Bachelor JR Florida State NH
    2.05
    XXX

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  • dal4018
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    Originally posted by hjumper33
    Are prelims still really going on, or are we in the classic NCAA lack of on time results phase.
    Wonder if any darkhorses moved on?

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  • Per Andersen
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    Originally posted by gm
    Originally posted by Per Andersen
    Look out for Derek Drouin of Indiana U and Canada. He was second in the Indoor NCAA and won the Big 10 a few weeks ago.
    He might not win this year but this guy knows how to compete + he has very advanced technique. Also superb body type for a HJer.
    Care to edit your post? :lol:
    I'll just save it for next year. I can wait

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  • gm
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    Originally posted by Per Andersen
    Look out for Derek Drouin of Indiana U and Canada. He was second in the Indoor NCAA and won the Big 10 a few weeks ago.
    He might not win this year but this guy knows how to compete + he has very advanced technique. Also superb body type for a HJer.
    Care to edit your post? :lol:

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  • hjumper33
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    Are prelims still really going on, or are we in the classic NCAA lack of on time results phase.

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  • dal4018
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    Re: mHigh Jump

    Originally posted by gh
    Originally posted by dal4018
    ..]nice comeback how about Jayson House from Southern as a frosh he was the leading hj' er in the country waiting for him to put it all together he too is on the national list as well!!!!!
    House has seasonal best of 6-10¾, not in meet.
    Well he's got next year to improve.

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  • Per Andersen
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    Look out for Derek Drouin of Indiana U and Canada. He was second in the Indoor NCAA and won the Big 10 a few weeks ago.
    He might not win this year but this guy knows how to compete + he has very advanced technique. Also superb body type for a HJer.

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  • gh
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    Re: mHigh Jump

    Originally posted by dal4018
    ..]nice comeback how about Jayson House from Southern as a frosh he was the leading hj' er in the country waiting for him to put it all together he too is on the national list as well!!!!!
    House has seasonal best of 6-10¾, not in meet.

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  • Dietmar239
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    Of course, I'm going with Sellers. I've got the inside track with his coach and he's looking good.

    However, DO NOT discount Miller. He was on fire indoors before his academic woes.

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