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    http://www.ncaa.com/news/trackfield-ind ... s-revealed

  • #2
    Best Event at the NCAA Indoors

    Of course I may be a "little" biased but...

    But my opinion is..... Event 22 Women 3000 Meter Run!!!!!

    Looking at the names of the declared list and their qualifying times is pretty amazing.
    http://www.rtspt.com/ncaa/d1indoor12/women_declared.htm

    And who's this Abby D girl? A 9:02? Whoa!. Checked out her HS numbers and while good there was nothing there to indicate that she'd be doing this in College.

    I'm still pulling for Jordan of course but if someone has what it takes to set an honest even pace every one of those girls could break nine minutes.

    The U.S. is looking pretty good for London AND with this group of young runners for Brazil too I'd say.

    Oh if I was a bettin' man.....

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    • #3
      Re: Best Event at the NCAA Indoors

      The trouble with the 3k is it's usually about the 4th event that the top athletes run (after mile heat, dmr, 5k, mile final) so turns into a tactical slog.

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      • #4
        Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

        Surprised that Florida didn't try to qualify a 4x400 on the last weekend. Guess they don't need it?

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        • #5
          Re: Best Event at the NCAA Indoors

          Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
          The trouble with the 3k is it's usually about the 4th event that the top athletes run (after mile heat, dmr, 5k, mile final) so turns into a tactical slog.

          Oh Geez yeah... Forgot about that. Well fingers crossed.

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          • #6
            Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

            Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
            Surprised that Florida didn't try to qualify a 4x400 on the last weekend. Guess they don't need it?
            Maybe, maybe not. Holloway (presumably) is weary of the injury issues of Tony Mcquay last year, returning, and is "being fair to him" by not having him run much indoors. He's only logged 2-3 races so far, and has yet to run a 4x4 leg or a 200. Floridas 4x4 PR is like 3:09 this year, they "could" have gone to maybe 3:06-3:05 with Mcquay.. tough spot for the coach, I suppose.

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            • #7
              Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

              Originally posted by kellits2gnv
              Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
              Surprised that Florida didn't try to qualify a 4x400 on the last weekend. Guess they don't need it?
              Maybe, maybe not. Holloway (presumably) is weary of the injury issues of Tony Mcquay last year, returning, and is "being fair to him" by not having him run much indoors. He's only logged 2-3 races so far, and has yet to run a 4x4 leg or a 200. Floridas 4x4 PR is like 3:09 this year, they "could" have gone to maybe 3:06-3:05 with Mcquay.. tough spot for the coach, I suppose.
              He was supposed to run a leg on the 4x4 at one of Texas A&M's meets, but something happened on the handoff so he never got the baton.
              They look to have a pretty solid team to challenge for the defense of their title though.

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              • #8
                Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

                Key men's match-ups I'm looking forward to:

                60
                1 Jeff Demps JR Florida 6.54D
                2 Harry Adams SO Auburn 6.55D
                3 Kemar Hyman SR Florida State 6.56D
                4 D'Angelo Cherry SR Mississippi St. 6.60D

                200
                1 Ameer Webb JR Texas A&M 20.62D
                2 Marquis Holston JR Norfolk State 20.68D
                3 Maurice Mitchell SR Florida State 20.70D

                400
                1 Torrin Lawrence SR Georgia 46.01D
                2 Tavaris Tate JR Mississippi St. 46.10D
                3 Tony McQuay JR Florida 46.11D

                1 Mile
                1 Miles Batty SR BYU 3:54.54D
                2 David McCarthy SR Providence 3:55.75D
                3 Erik van Ingen SR Binghamton 3:56.37D
                4 Chris O'Hare JR Tulsa 3:56.63D
                5 Cory Leslie JR Ohio State 3:56.85D

                60 Hurdles
                1 Jarret Eaton SR Syracuse 7.49D
                2 Andrew Riley SR Illinois 7.53D

                High Jump
                1 Erik Kynard JR Kansas State 2.31mD
                2 James Harris SO Mississippi St. 2.27mD
                3 Bryan McBride SO Arizona State 2.26mD
                4 Ricky Robertson JR Mississippi 2.25mD

                Pole Vault
                1 Andrew Irwin FR Arkansas 5.53mD
                2 Cale Simmons JR Air Force 5.52mD
                3 Logan Cunningham JR Texas State 5.51mD
                4 Jack Whitt JR Oral Roberts 5.51mD
                5 Victor Weirich SO BYU 5.50mD
                6 Michael Woepse FR UCLA 5.50mD

                Long Jump
                1 Damar Forbes JR LSU 8.12mD
                2 Marquise Goodwin JR Texas 8.10mD

                Heptathlon
                1 Gunnar Nixon FR Arkansas 6022D
                2 Gray Horn SR Florida 5971D

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                • #9
                  Re: Best Event at the NCAA Indoors

                  Flood (Wash): likely DMR
                  Maier (Cal): 5k, likely DMR
                  Infeld (Gtown): likely DMR
                  Hasay (Ore): mile, likely DMR
                  D'Agostino (Dart): likely DMR
                  Saina (Ia St): 5k
                  Reilly (Cal) likely DMR
                  Van Dalen (S Brook): mile
                  Sisson (Prov): only event
                  Kiser (Idaho): only event
                  Cuffe (Stan): possible DMR
                  Stack (Ia St): 5k
                  Goethals (Wash): 5k
                  Neer (Col): only event
                  Erdmann (LMU): only event

                  Kroeger (Stan): 5k, likely DMR
                  Winslow (Fl St): only event
                  Tuliamuk (Wich St): 5k

                  If I were to guess who might be willing to push the pace hard, it would be 10k specialist Erdmann.

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                  • #10
                    Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

                    Does Anyone know why Conor McCullough is not entered in the weight throw?
                    He had the leading mark going in.

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                    • #11
                      Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

                      Don't hold me to it, but I've heard he and/or the coaches think the weight is counterproductive to hammer training.

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                      • #12
                        Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

                        Originally posted by gh
                        Don't hold me to it, but I've heard he and/or the coaches think the weight is counterproductive to hammer training.
                        Something along these lines was posted on the Heps thread on letsrun (I believe that was the board).

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                        • #13
                          Re: Best Event at the NCAA Indoors

                          Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
                          The trouble with the 3k is it's usually about the 4th event that the top athletes run (after mile heat, dmr, 5k, mile final) so turns into a tactical slog.
                          While last year's winning time was a pedestrian 9:13+, the battle between Reid and Hasay made for the most exciting event of the meet. Hoping this year's race is as gripping, despite Reid's decision to red-shirt indoors.

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                          • #14
                            Re: NCAA Indoor entry lists posted

                            Not a redshirt; she's out of indoor eligibility (competed indoors in '08, then redshirted outdoors)

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                            • #15
                              Re: Best Event at the NCAA Indoors

                              Originally posted by Mighty Favog
                              Flood (Wash): likely DMR
                              Maier (Cal): 5k, likely DMR
                              Infeld (Gtown): likely DMR
                              Hasay (Ore): mile, likely DMR
                              D'Agostino (Dart): likely DMR
                              Saina (Ia St): 5k
                              Reilly (Cal) likely DMR
                              Van Dalen (S Brook): mile
                              Sisson (Prov): only event
                              Kiser (Idaho): only event
                              Cuffe (Stan): possible DMR
                              Stack (Ia St): 5k
                              Goethals (Wash): 5k
                              Neer (Col): only event
                              Erdmann (LMU): only event

                              Kroeger (Stan): 5k, likely DMR
                              Winslow (Fl St): only event
                              Tuliamuk (Wich St): 5k

                              If I were to guess who might be willing to push the pace hard, it would be 10k specialist Erdmann.
                              Absolutely. Tara has been making exceptional progress over the last few years, and it would not be surprising to see a major breakthrough here. Go LMU Lions!

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