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  • ¶m110 Hurdles: Ronnie Ash (Bethune-Cookman) 13.27 (headwind)

    T&FN Formchart:

    1. Jason Richardson South Carolina
    2. **Ronnie Ash Bethune-Cookman
    3. ***Booker Nunley South Carolina
    4. Myles Bradley Stanford
    5. **Oscar Spurlock USC
    6. Kirkland Thornton Nebraska
    7. ***William Wynne Florida
    8. *Jazz Trice UC Davis
    9. ***Barrett Nugent LSU
    10. Jordan Paul Cal

  • #2
    http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... hlight=ash

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    • #3
      three freshmen and two sophomores.
      ... nothing really ever changes my friend, new lines for old, new lines for old.

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      • #4
        The US is never at a lack of athletes in this event!!


        And then Wayne Davis enters the college ranks next yr!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by knite
          The US is never at a lack of athletes in this event!!


          And then Wayne Davis enters the college ranks next yr!
          Lacour as well

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          • #6
            Originally posted by knite
            The US is never at a lack of athletes in this event!!


            And then Wayne Davis enters the college ranks next yr!
            This Davis kid isn't fair his indoor time in the 60m hurdles was faster than Ash and he was the indoor NCAA king.

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            • #7
              Yeah, but Davis was running over shorter hurdles. Over the biggies he ran 7.92 (Ash 7.63).

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              • #8
                Originally posted by gh
                Yeah, but Davis was running over shorter hurdles. Over the biggies he ran 7.92 (Ash 7.63).
                What is the difference in height?

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                • #9
                  Preliminaries
                  1 Jason Richardson SR South Carolina 13.41Q -1.9
                  2 Ronnie Ash SO Bethune-Cookman 13.47Q -0.6
                  3 Booker Nunley FR South Carolina 13.69Q 0.2
                  4 Kirkland Thornton SR Nebraska 13.73Q -0.6
                  5 Barrett Nugent FR LSU 13.74Q -0.6
                  6 Oscar Spurlock SO Southern California 13.83Q 0.2
                  7 Andrew Riley FR Illinois 13.88Q -1.9
                  8 Chris Kinney SO Georgetown 13.90Q -0.6
                  9 Myles Bradley SR Stanford 13.85Q -0.6
                  10 Kallinka Pitt SR Florida 13.93Q -1.9
                  11 William Wynne FR Florida 13.95Q -0.6
                  12 Polly Gnepa JR Davis 14.04Q 0.2 [14.032]
                  13 De'Lon Isom JR Texas A&M 14.00q -1.9
                  14 Josh Hembrough SO Purdue 14.04q -0.6 [14.036]
                  15 Keith Hayes FR Kansas 14.08q -0.6
                  16 Paul Dittmer SO Idaho 14.12q 0.2
                  17 Leander McKenzie JR Troy 14.13q -0.6
                  18 Charlton Rolle SO Tennessee 14.16q -1.9 [14.155]
                  19 Tyrell Ross JR Nebraska 14.16 0.2 [14.159]
                  20 Kellen Curry SR Air Force 14.16 -0.6 [14.160]
                  21 Jazz Trice JR Davis 14.17 -0.6
                  22 Elliot O'Hare SR Texas 14.20 -1.9
                  23 Nate Larkin JR Wisconsin 14.29 -1.9
                  24 Ronald Brookins SO Sacramento State 14.36 -0.6
                  25 Jordan Paul SR California 14.63 0.2
                  26 Robert Williams SR Washington State 14.74 -0.6

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                  • #10
                    GH do you think anyone has a shot at breaking the NCAA meet record of 13.20 currently held by ex-vol Aries Merritt?

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                    • #11
                      With perfect wind...possibly.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Half Miler
                        With perfect wind...possibly.
                        Thanks because I know no one will touch the overall record held by Nehemiah 13.00 and its been three decades!!!!!!!!!!!

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                        • #13
                          Richardson and Ash are both 13.2 types already, so sure, why not?

                          Thought Ash looked far the better today.

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                          • #14
                            formchart damage

                            in:
                            1. Jason Richardson South Carolina
                            2. **Ronnie Ash Bethune-Cookman
                            3. ***Booker Nunley South Carolina
                            4. Myles Bradley Stanford
                            5. **Oscar Spurlock USC
                            6. Kirkland Thornton Nebraska
                            7. ***William Wynne Florida

                            9. ***Barrett Nugent LSU

                            out:
                            8. *Jazz Trice UC Davis
                            10. Jordan Paul Cal

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by gh
                              Richardson and Ash are both 13.2 types already, so sure, why not?

                              Thought Ash looked far the better today.
                              Thanks a sub 13.2 is on the way hope its my guy go Ash!!!!!!!!

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