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  • ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

    T&FN formchart:

    1. Angela Bizzarri Illinois
    2. Jackie Areson Tennessee
    3. Nicole Blood Oregon
    4. Lisa Koll Iowa State
    5. *Alex Kosinski Oregon
    6. Brie Felnagle North Carolina
    7. **Deborah Maier Cal
    8. ***Kathy Kroeger Stanford
    9. Beverly Ramos’ Kansas State
    10. **Risper Kimaiyo’ UTEP

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    Event 27 Women 5000 Meter Run
    ================================================== =============================
    Final only. Random draw. Double waterfall. 2/3 on main
    Name Year School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    Section 1 Timed Finals
    1 Risper Kimaiyo SO UTEP 16:37.46
    2 Brianna Felnagle SR North Carolina 16:16.06
    3 Kathy Kroeger FR Stanford 16:39.80
    4 Amanda Marino JR Villanova 16:19.30
    5 Semehar Tesfaye SO Iowa St. 16:42.27
    6 Caroline McDonough FR Columbia 16:27.66
    7 Juliet Bottorff FR Duke 16:29.87
    8 Holly Van Dalen SO Stony Brook 16:25.55
    9 Angela Bizzarri SR Illinois 16:33.81
    10 Deborah Maier SO California 16:37.95
    11 Emily MacLeod JR Michigan St. 16:14.52
    12 Claire Richardson JR Harvard 16:31.83
    13 Jessica Engel SO Oklahoma 16:38.96
    14 Paula Whiting JR Tulsa 16:41.15
    15 Mia Behm SO Texas 16:35.96
    16 Amanda Goetschius SO Charlotte 16:19.26
    17 Marie Louise Asselin JR West Virginia 16:20.43
    18 Alex Banfich SO Princeton 16:16.14
    19 Jackie Areson SR Tennessee 16:27.36
    20 Beverly Ramos SR Kansas St. 16:37.46
    21 Lisa Koll SR Iowa St. 16:28.58
    22 Alex Kosinski JR Oregon 16:34.95
    23 Bogdana Mimic FR Villanova 16:24.43
    24 Nicole Blood SR Oregon 16:38.80

  • #2
    Re: NCAA w5000: 6:40 Friday

    lap 1: 74, Koll, Bizzarri
    2: 2:26, Koll, Biz, Asselin +35nm Kimaiyo

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    • #3
      Re: NCAA w5000: 6:40 Friday

      Bizzarri dnf with 3.5 to go.

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      • #4
        Re: NCAA w5000: 6:40 Friday

        Originally posted by dj
        Bizzarri dnf with 3.5 to go.
        Dammit, that's why I hate TV taking commercial breaks in a 5K.
        "Run fast and keep turning left."

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        • #5
          Re: NCAA w5000: 6:40 Friday

          Originally posted by dj
          Bizzarri dnf with 3.5 to go.

          Weird. Didn't look like anything physically wrong when she stepped off and sat down. Just couldn't respond when Koll turned the screws.
          There are no strings on me

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          • #6
            Re: NCAA w5000: 6:40 Friday

            1 Lisa Koll SR Iowa State 15:23.80 10
            2 Marie Louise Asselin JR West Virginia 15:53.93 8
            3 Alex Kosinski JR Oregon 16:02.90 6
            4 Risper Kimaiyo SO Texas-El Paso 16:06.26 5
            5 Kathy Kroeger FR Stanford 16:06.36 4
            6 Emily MacLeod JR Michigan State 16:06.75 3
            7 Holly Van Dalen SO Stony Brook-SUNY 16:06.77 2
            8 Alex Banfich SO Princeton 16:06.79 1
            9 Deborah Maier SO California 16:07.20
            10 Beverly Ramos SR Kansas State 16:07.88
            11 Amanda Marino JR Villanova 16:10.57
            12 Jessica Engel SO Oklahoma 16:13.28
            13 Bogdana Mimic FR Villanova 16:14.65
            14 Brianna Felnagle SR North Carolina 16:14.95
            15 Paula Whiting JR Tulsa 16:15.41
            16 Jackie Areson SR Tennessee 16:17.07
            17 Semehar Tesfaye SO Iowa State 16:17.76
            18 Mia Behm SO Texas 16:20.02
            19 Claire Richardson JR Harvard 16:25.80
            20 Amanda Goetschius SO Charlotte 16:31.34
            21 Caroline McDonough FR Columbia 16:32.47
            22 Juliet Bottorff FR Duke 16:38.26
            23 Nicole Blood SR Oregon 16:41.84
            -- Angela Bizzarri SR Illinois DNF

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            • #7
              Re: ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

              Koll took them through 3k in 9:10, and put a world of hurt on Bizzarri.

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              • #8
                Re: ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

                Originally posted by guru
                Originally posted by dj
                Bizzarri dnf with 3.5 to go.

                Weird. Didn't look like anything physically wrong when she stepped off and sat down. Just couldn't respond when Koll turned the screws.
                The last time the camera focused on Koll and Bizzari before they moved to show a different event I thought Bizzari looked very uncomfortable. Her stride looked laboring very suddenly. The next time they showed the race, Koll was by herself and Bizzari had presumably already dropped tho' it took some time before the cameras caught up to that fact.

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                • #9
                  Re: ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

                  Originally posted by Dutra
                  Originally posted by guru
                  Originally posted by dj
                  Bizzarri dnf with 3.5 to go.

                  Weird. Didn't look like anything physically wrong when she stepped off and sat down. Just couldn't respond when Koll turned the screws.
                  The last time the camera focused on Koll and Bizzari before they moved to show a different event I thought Bizzari looked very uncomfortable. Her stride looked laboring very suddenly. The next time they showed the race, Koll was by herself and Bizzari had presumably already dropped tho' it took some time before the cameras caught up to that fact.
                  she looked fine coming around the backstretch the lap before she went down, when she came up the straight it looked like she hit a wall. she just sat down and put her head down didn't look like anythhing physical. koll went out really hard, the three girls that went out with hr suffered. the WV athlete had a hell of a kick to seal up 3rd on kosinski. also surprised felnagle was a no factor.

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                  • #10
                    Re: ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

                    She ran with Koll as long as she 'could' and longer. That is, I think she was all-in for first; she has the titles and was not running to place (or show) but to win. Both of them, by the way, were looking hobbled, although Koll was running more unevenly than Bizzarri. I give her 100% credit for busting her xxx and taking the chance and taking the hurt as long as her body could stand it. They were on 15:15 pace when she dropped back with less than a mile to go -- a 20 second PR that was 'a bridge too far' for the time being.

                    1 Lisa Koll
                    Iowa State 36.53
                    (2) 36.53 1:49.60
                    (1) 1:13.08 3:01.76
                    (1) 1:12.16 4:15.11
                    (1) 1:13.35 5:28.43
                    (1) 1:13.33 6:41.77
                    (1) 1:13.34 7:55.58
                    (1) 1:13.81 9:10.46
                    (1) 1:14.88 10:25.42
                    (1) 1:14.97 11:39.90
                    (1) 1:14.48 12:54.34
                    (1) 1:14.45 14:09.58
                    (1) 1:15.24 15:23.80
                    (1) 1:14.23

                    Bizzarri's splits were essentially the same - she was 0.40 back at 3400m and then drifted back slowly for 100m and then more quickly and then she was gone. Note that the pace did not actually pick up to drop AB.

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                    • #11
                      Re: ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

                      Koll looked like she was putting the hammer down right from the gun. It didn't look like the pace would shake Bizzarri, but you had the feeling LK had more gears.

                      When I see an otherwise healthy-looking distancce runner fold in Eugene like Bizzarri did my first thought is allergies/asthma. Maybe the wind stirred something up.

                      Kosinski's break from the pack was courageous, smart, well-timed -- especially when she was suddnely running for thrid instead of fourth after Bizzarri dropped out. The sound on the NCAA feed was horrible, but I imagined the Oregon crowd going nuts as she chased after second place over the last half mile.

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                      • #12
                        Re: ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

                        Bizzarri is a fine runner who has won as an underdog a couple of times, but Lisa Koll was just too much for her...I agree she ran to win, but IMHO she should have run to run her best race, not just go for broke to win or nothing. She would have been an easy second, A silver medal is better than a courageous DNF in my opionion.

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                        • #13
                          Re: ¶NCAA w5000: Lisa Koll (Iowa St) 15:23.80

                          Originally posted by lovetorun
                          Bizzarri is a fine runner who has won as an underdog a couple of times, but Lisa Koll was just too much for her...I agree she ran to win, but IMHO she should have run to run her best race, not just go for broke to win or nothing. She would have been an easy second, A silver medal is better than a courageous DNF in my opionion.
                          Depends on where you're starting from. If she was trying to get to the top a silver medal might have been enough. But when you're the defending champ, and the reigning CC champ, and the reigning indoor 3000 champ, I can see looking at one's last collegiate race as an all-or-nothing venture.

                          Without significant team points on the line the defending champ doesn't roll over and take an easy silver.

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