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  • ¶NCAA w800—Nachelle Mackie (BYU) 2:01.06

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    1. Nachelle Mackie BYU Jr
    2. Anne Kesselring' Oregon Jr
    3. Charlene Lipsey LSU Jr
    4. Chanelle Price Tennessee Sr
    5. Laura Roesler Oregon So
    6. Caroline King Boston College Sr
    7. Claudia Francis Oregon Fr
    8. Justine Fedronic Stanford Jr
    9. Tasha Stanley North Carolina Sr
    10. Heather Wilson Connecticut Sr

  • #2
    Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

    Price will lead but expect Mackie to battle Lipsey down the stretch. Lipsey for the win.

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    • #3
      Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

      Price and the wrong-eventer ( :twisted: ) Roesler with a great heat three run

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      • #4
        Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

        Fedronic's 2:03.54 the fastest non-advancer in meet history (Chris Crowther of Florida 2:03.68 in '86)

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        • #5
          Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

          didn't take someone long to bump this :-)

          viewtopic.php?f=1&t=43394&p=760734#p760734

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          • #6
            Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

            Huge PR by 2 or 3 seconds for Kendra Chambers, who switched from the 400 to the 800 this season; just missed final.

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            • #7
              Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

              Also Oregon looses 2 points with Francis not making the final.

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              • #8
                Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

                Originally posted by ATK
                Also Oregon loses 2 points with Francis not making the final.
                Except it might help her with that 400 where she his 51-low for the fastest time.

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                • #9
                  Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

                  Originally posted by 26mi235
                  Originally posted by ATK
                  Also Oregon loses 2 points with Francis not making the final.
                  Except it might help her with that 400 where she his 51-low for the fastest time.
                  Phyllis Francis ran the 400, her sister Claudia the 800.

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                  • #10
                    Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

                    Originally posted by ATK
                    Also Oregon looses 2 points with Francis not making the final.
                    Claudia Francis fell behind in the first 100m, and then just ran alone in last place; did she have an injury coming in?

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                    • #11
                      Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

                      Originally posted by j-a-m
                      Originally posted by ATK
                      Also Oregon looses 2 points with Francis not making the final.
                      Claudia Francis fell behind in the first 100m, and then just ran alone in last place; did she have an injury coming in?
                      When the race went out she looked strong to the first 100, looked like she might lead or be top 2 at the break. I turn away from my screen for a second, and by 200m into the race, she is already out of contention.

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                      • #12
                        Re: NCAA w800—defender rated #2

                        left in the chart (bottom end got wiped out):

                        1. Nachelle Mackie BYU Jr
                        2. Anne Kesselring' Oregon Jr
                        3. Charlene Lipsey LSU Jr
                        4. Chanelle Price Tennessee Sr
                        5. Laura Roesler Oregon So
                        6. Caroline King Boston College Sr

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                        • #13
                          Re: NCAA w800—Price leads Q with near-PR 2:01.66

                          for Price, only 0.05 off the PR she set as a high schooler running against the pros at Pre back in '08.

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                          • #14
                            Re: NCAA w800—Price leads Q with near-PR 2:01.66

                            5-point swing in LSU's favor over the chart

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                            • #15
                              Re: NCAA w800—Price leads Q with near-PR 2:01.66

                              Mackie wins in 2.01.06
                              Lipsey 2nd with 2.01.40
                              Price 3rd 2.01.49

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