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  • DIII Coach
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    The women's 5k might be the performance of the meet. The men's 5k and 3k will probably next AC performer of the meet and another title for the Hogs, but the most exciting race of the meet will most likely be the finals of the men's 800 with at least 4 men who could strike gold. We've got kickers, front runners, and a slew of great racers. Wish I were on my way to the Tyson Center right now!

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  • magpie
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    None of the above. It is this one:

    Event 23 Women 5000 Meter Run
    ================================================== =====================
    Final Only. Two waterfall start, two turn stagger. (12, 5)
    American: 15:07.44 2/2/2001 Maria Runyan
    Collegiate: 15:17.28 1/25/1991 Sonia O'Sullivan, Villanova
    NCAA Meet: 15:39.25 3/14/2003 Sara Gorton, Colorado
    Tyson: 15:39.25 3/14/2003 Sara Gorton, Colorado
    Name Year School Finals Points
    ================================================== =====================
    Finals
    1 Kim Smith SR Providence 15:14.18 10
    2 Alicia Craig SO Stanford 15:45.08 8
    3 Molly Huddle SO Notre Dame 15:58.42 6
    4 Vicky Gill SR Florida State 16:00.62 5
    5 Melissa Gulli SR Texas A&M 16:02.72 4

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  • dl
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    Men's 3K should be fantastic. Cragg could be tired if they push him in the 5K. Willis will only have the DMR mile in his leg.

    Warhurst said he wants his DMR leadoff, Brannen, to get out quick, hopefully 2:52. Says Willis can run 3:55-6. CR in their sights.

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  • Brian
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    I have no personal interest in who wins, but a 3:56 Mile gives you a lot of room to play with in any event.

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  • trackstar
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    Just based on numbers, I agree -- that 5K should be more competitive. That's why I picked Cragg in the contest in the 3K, but not the 5. He just looks like more of a sure thing in the 3.

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  • EPelle
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    Not to bring it up, but I recall a few years ago GJ ran 3 sub-4s in 24 hours at NCAAs. Cragg may have the 5K and 3K wrapped up due to his strength, tactical aptitude, speed and NCAA credentials.

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  • 5k Guy
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    The mile prelims should very interesting to watch, likley faster than the final.

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  • 5k Guy
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    The mile race appears to be wide open given the quailifying times. I've never seen so many within 2 secs of each other. Really could be anyone's race, especially if tactical.

    Heat 1 Prelims
    1 396 Bryan Lindsay JR BYU 4:01.04
    2 451 Taylor Milne JR High Point 4:02.18
    3 373 Chris Mulvaney SR Arkansas 3:59.72
    4 513 Scott McGowan SR Montana 3:59.78
    5 627 Eric Garner SR Washington 4:00.53
    6 469 David Freeman SR Kentucky 4:01.36
    7 458 Sean Jefferson SO Indiana 4:00.03
    Heat 2 Prelims
    1 401 Nathan Robison JR BYU 3:59.99
    2 515 Erik Schmidt SR Navy 4:01.56
    3 420 Jordan Desilets SR E. Michigan 3:59.83
    4 490 Steve Sherer JR Michigan St. 4:01.80
    5 539 Jason Woolhouse SR Oklahoma St. 4:00.68
    6 612 Ben Aragon JR UCLA 4:00.56
    7 421 Gavin Thompson SR E. Michigan 3:59.05

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  • hijumpsteve
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    The Ritz will rule in the 5 K !!!

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  • KevinM
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    In my mind, barring a significant return to form from Dathan R., Cragg has the 5k wrapped up. The 3k, on the other hand, will be interesting for a few reasons:

    1) Cragg and Willis will be running their 2nd races
    2) Cragg has good finishing speed, but Willis has shown in very tactical races that he can KICK

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  • bubba
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    3k completely depends on tactics that are used. If it is slower than 7:45 I'd put my money on Willis. If it is faster than 7:45 my money is on Cragg.

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  • DeNye
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    I think the 5K will be more of a battle than the 3K. I feel like Cragg has already gotten that race wrapped up, u just can't deny a 7:38.x race earlier in the year when he was only 2 races into the season!

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  • Brian
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    NCAA indoor--distance race of the meet?

    This one:

    Event 6 Men 3000 Meter Run
    1 Alistair Cragg 7:38.59
    2 Nick Willis 7:44.90
    3 Robert Cheseret 7:52.00
    4 Ian Dobson 7:54.65
    5 Donald Sage 7:54.75
    6 Matt Tegenkamp 7:55.14

    Or this one?

    Event 7 Men 5000 Meter
    1 Richard Kiplagat 13:42.29 2 Alistair Cragg 13:42.95
    3 Ian Dobson 13:49.17
    4 Ryan Andrus 13:51.00
    5 Rod Koborsi 13:52.07
    6 Antony Ford 13:52.95
    7 Dathan Ritzenhein 13:55.50
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