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  • NCAA mHept: Wieland's 6070 CL wins by 2

    Final qualifiers/entries here when available from NCAA:
    rtspt.com/ncaa/d1indoor15/

    Some numbers heading into the iNCAA, ranked by total PR score…
    Name (School)… PR, Sum of Seasonal Bests, Sum of PRs
    Top 16:
    Uibo (Georgia)................. 6044, 6097, 6336
    Scantling (Georgia)........... 6036, 6082, 6172
    Wieland (Minnesota)......... 5787, 5921, 5952
    Filip (Rice)...................... 5785, 5785, 5844
    Kregers (Kansas St.)........ 5777, 5807, 5863
    Morgan (Buffalo).............. 5772, 5959, 6081
    Nilsson (UCLA)................. 5760, 5709, 6040
    Ehrhardt (Michigan St.)...... 5741, 5833, 5833
    Mahler (Texas)................. 5717, 5717, 5841
    Keller (Indiana)................ 5706, 5812, 5850
    Dorsey (Kennesaw St.)...... 5644, 5758, 5977
    Williams (Georgia)............ 5601, 5722, 5806
    Abdullah (Kennesaw St.)..... 5600, 5795, 5846
    Green (Colorado St.)......... 5600, 5726, 5756
    Bastien (Michigan)............ 5576, 5636, 5704
    Anderson (Indiana)........... 5561, 5744, 5744
    Alternates:
    McPherson (Utah Valley)... 5546, 5609, 5824
    Modin (Oregon)............... 5543, 5619, 5711
    Williams (Stanford).......... 5539, 5636, 5777

    Seasonal Bests: Uibo (5909) and Nilsson (5709), otherwise all other PR scores are from this season.

    A few side notes:
    - Uibo’s LJ 7.82 PR is from 2013 (when he jumped 7.40+ at least three times). However, since then, I don’t believe he has surpassed 7.40, with his recent indoor 7.39 being his best mark in almost two years. That’s 100+ points of ‘potential’ in his sum of PRs that may be questionable, thus making it even closer (on paper at least) vs. Scantling.

    - Morgan has only LJ’ed once this season (in his only multi), a sub-par 6.82, accounting for most of the difference in his sum of PRs vs. sum of SBs. So, take note of his iNCAA LJ…

    - Nilsson: Being the oldest guy out there (will be 24 in 2 months), he’s got a few PRs that are 2-3 years old, so his sum of PRs may carry less weight vs. the younger kids.

    - Dorsey’s HJ/LJ PRs are from last year when he was a ‘jumper’ and not a ‘multi’ guy – caution when extrapolating any potential in his jumps.

    ADD: NCAA Fields Announced:
    - Kregers not competing, so McPherson is in.
    gh
    Administrator
    Last edited by gh; 03-14-2015, 10:56 PM.

  • #2
    NCAA mHept: first event of the meet

    the 60 kicks things off on Friday morning.

    Start list:

    Event 33 Heptathlon: #1 Men 60 M
    Friday 3/13/2015 - 10:00 AM
    Two grouped sections.
    Lane Name Seed Time Yr School
    Section 1 of 2 Finals
    1 Luca Wieland SO Minnesota NT _________
    2 Maicel Uibo JR Georgia NT _________
    3 Stephen Keller JR Indiana NT _________
    4 Devon Williams SO Georgia NT _________
    5 Marcus Nilsson SR UCLA NT _________
    6 Justin Green SR Colorado St. NT _________
    7 Dylan Anderson JR Indiana NT _________
    8 Tim Ehrhardt SO Michigan State NT _________

    Section 2 of 2 Finals
    1 Steven Bastien SO Michigan NT _________
    2 Scott Filip SO Rice NT _________
    3 Andre Dorsey SR Kennesaw State NT _________
    4 Mike Morgan JR Buffalo NT _________
    5 Wolf Mahler SO Texas NT _________
    6 Bilal Abdullah JR Kennesaw State NT _________
    7 Garrett Scantling JR Georgia NT _________
    8 Michael McPherson SR Utah Valley NT _____

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    • #3
      Strange first event results...
      The positive... mini-PRs by Ehrhardt and Williams.
      Not so good... Andre Dorsey came in with the fastest time (6.88) but runs the slowest time of all (7.54) - I hope he's ok. Uibo runs the slowest time of his college career (7.43) (add: it appears he's out as he DNS the LJ according to live results, so I hope he's ok as well). Scantling with a sub-par 7.11.
      gktrack
      Senior Member
      Last edited by gktrack; 03-13-2015, 04:32 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by gktrack View Post
        Uibo runs the slowest time of his college career (7.43) (add: it appears he's out as he DNS the LJ according to live results, so I hope he's ok as well). Scantling with a sub-par 7.11.
        :-( . . . . .

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        • #5
          Looks like Nilsson is out also, a DNS in the LJ after a relatively poor 60m.

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          • #6
            Projected stats based on each athlete's PR meet marks, SBs and PRs and the relative difference vs. those totals. It's not what any of us expected after 2 events... Sorted using SB's...

            Name (School)............. vs PRScore... vs SumSBs.... vs SumPRs
            Morgan (Buffalo)........... 5921 (+149 ). 6066 (+107 ). 6080 (-1 )
            Wieland (Minnesota)...... 5965 (+178 ). 5991 (+70 ).. 5991 (+39 )
            Scantling (Georgia)....... 5929 (-107 ). 5957 (-125 ). 6047 (-125 )
            Abdullah (Kennesaw St.). 5752 (+152 ). 5909 (+114 ). 5918 (+72 )
            Ehrhardt (Michigan St.).. 5794 (+53 ).. 5886 (+53 ).. 5886 (+53 )
            Williams, D (Georgia).... 5694 (+93 ).. 5768 (+46 ).. 5820 (+14 )
            Filip (Rice)................... 5757 (-28 ).. 5757 (-28 ).. 5813 (-31 )
            Keller (Indiana)............ 5650 (-56 ).. 5737 (-75 ).. 5775 (-75 )
            Mahler (Texas)............. 5693 (-24 ).. 5693 (-24 ).. 5759 (-82 )
            Bastien (Michigan)....... 5628 (+52 ).. 5688 (+52 ).. 5715 (+11 )
            Anderson (Indiana)...... 5562 (+1 )... 5662 (-82 ).. 5662 (-82 )
            Green (Colorado St.).... 5444 (-156 ). 5536 (-190 ). 5563 (-193 )
            McPherson (Utah Valley). 5361 (-185 ). 5424 (-185 ). 5569 (-255 )
            Dorsey (Kennesaw St.)... 5232 (-412 ). 5346 (-412 ). 5507 (-470 )

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            • #7
              Morgan just threw a shot PR by 40cm. He's doing very well.

              And as soon as I say that, Scantling hits a 41cm PR.
              AyZiggy
              Senior Member
              Last edited by AyZiggy; 03-13-2015, 05:41 PM.

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              • #8
                After 3...
                10-25 point type PRs by most of the field (except for Ehrhardt, who struggled with 2 fouls and was 66 points off his SB/PR). Morgan and Wieland certainly showing they are serious contenders for the title, both with 2 out of 3 PRs today. Projected stats (using SB's) after 3...

                Name........ vs PRScore... vs SumSBs.... vs SumPRs
                Morgan...... 5945 (+173 ). 6090 (+131 ). 6104 (+23 )
                Wieland..... 5973 (+186 ). 5999 (+78 ).. 5999 (+47 )
                Scantling... 5955 (-81 ).. 5983 (-99 ).. 6073 (-99 )
                Abdullah.... 5726 (+126 ). 5883 (+88 ).. 5892 (+46 )
                Ehrhardt.... 5728 (-13 ).. 5820 (-13 ).. 5820 (-13 )
                Williams, D. 5701 (+100 ). 5773 (+51 ).. 5825 (+19 )
                Keller........ 5662 (-44 ).. 5738 (-74 ).. 5776 (-74 )
                Filip.......... 5731 (-54 ).. 5731 (-54 ).. 5787 (-57 )
                Bastien..... 5675 (+99 ).. 5690 (+54 ).. 5717 (+13 )
                Mahler...... 5681 (-36 ).. 5681 (-36 ).. 5747 (-94 )
                Anderson... 5580 (+19 ).. 5679 (-65 ).. 5679 (-65 )
                Green....... 5446 (-154 ). 5538 (-188 ). 5565 (-191 )
                Dorsey...... 5280 (-364 ). 5365 (-393 ). 5515 (-462 )
                McPherson.. 5308 (-238 ). 5363 (-246 ). 5508 (-316 )
                gktrack
                Senior Member
                Last edited by gktrack; 03-13-2015, 06:09 PM.

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                • #9
                  top 6 after 4 events (sorry it pastes funny)


                  Pl Athlete
                  Points
                  60m
                  LJ
                  SP
                  HJ
                  60mH
                  PV
                  1000m
                  1 Luca Wieland
                  Minnesota
                  3472
                  7.01

                  879
                  [879]
                  7.61
                  24-11¾
                  962
                  [1841]
                  14.56
                  47-9¼
                  763
                  [2604]
                  2.07
                  6-9½
                  868
                  [3472]
                  2 Mike Morgan
                  Buffalo
                  3372
                  -100
                  7.12

                  840
                  [840]
                  7.40
                  24-3½
                  910
                  [1750]
                  13.49
                  44-3¼
                  697
                  [2447]
                  2.13
                  6-11¾
                  925
                  [3372]
                  3 Garrett Scantling
                  Georgia
                  3368
                  -104
                  7.11

                  844
                  [844]
                  6.88
                  22-7
                  785
                  [1629]
                  15.39
                  50-6
                  814
                  [2443]
                  2.13
                  6-11¾
                  925
                  [3368]
                  4 Bilal Abdullah
                  Kennesaw State
                  3360
                  -112
                  6.90

                  918
                  [918]
                  7.65
                  25-1¼
                  972
                  [1890]
                  10.98
                  36-¼
                  545
                  [2435]
                  2.13
                  6-11¾
                  925
                  [3360]
                  5 Scott Filip
                  Rice
                  3231
                  -241
                  6.99

                  886
                  [886]
                  7.20
                  23-7½
                  862
                  [1748]
                  13.51
                  44-4
                  698
                  [2446]
                  1.98
                  6-6
                  785
                  [3231]
                  6 Devon Williams
                  Georgia
                  3201
                  -271
                  7.04

                  868
                  [868]
                  7.36
                  24-1¾
                  900
                  [1768]
                  13.57
                  44-6¼
                  702
                  [2470]
                  1.92
                  6-3½
                  731
                  [3201]

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                  • #10
                    Good analysis. Of course I'm rooting for Scantling, so he needs a sub-8 60H and the PV, as you say, will be the determiner. As long as he gets 5.00, I think he'll win, but there are so many variables in these last three events!

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                    • #11
                      Now live feed at
                      http://arkansasrazorbacks.com/game-c...c7113183cf2/#/

                      Williams 7.85
                      Abdullah 7.87
                      Scantling 8.00
                      Morgan 8.29
                      Atticus
                      Senior Member
                      Last edited by Atticus; 03-14-2015, 04:51 PM.

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                      • #12
                        60H... Making it tighter than anticipated...
                        Top guys all with solid marks, except for Morgan who struggled a bit and lost some points vs. expectations. A PR by Wieland really keeps him in the game.

                        After 6: sorted using SB's for the remaining two events...
                        Name........ vs PRScore... vs SumSBs.... vs SumPRs
                        Morgan...... 5996 (+224 ). 6062 (+103 ). 6076 (-5 )
                        Scantling... 6020 (-16 ).. 6035 (-47 ).. 6087 (-85 )
                        Wieland..... 5987 (+200 ). 5999 (+78 ).. 5999 (+47 )
                        Abdullah.... 5807 (+207 ). 5864 (+69 ).. 5864 (+18 )
                        Williams, D. 5792 (+191 ). 5854 (+132 ). 5854 (+48 )
                        Mahler...... 5707 (-10 ).. 5707 (-10 ).. 5773 (-68 )
                        Ehrhardt.... 5677 (-64 ).. 5699 (-134 ). 5699 (-134 )
                        Anderson.... 5586 (+25 ).. 5682 (-62 ).. 5682 (-62 )
                        Filip....... 5577 (-208 ). 5577 (-208 ). 5577 (-267 )
                        Bastien..... 5552 (-24 ).. 5567 (-69 ).. 5594 (-110 )
                        Keller...... 5395 (-311 ). 5471 (-341 ). 5509 (-341 )
                        Green....... 5296 (-304 ). 5388 (-338 ). 5388 (-368 )
                        McPherson... 5216 (-330 ). 5239 (-370 ). 5320 (-504 )
                        Dorsey...... 5092 (-552 ). 5092 (-666 ). 5174 (-803 )

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                        • #13
                          I almost wish there wasn't a live feed, cuz now I'll be hovering around the monitor all thru the PV and then the 1000. I need some antacids!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by gktrack View Post
                            60H... Making it tighter than anticipated...
                            Top guys all with solid marks, except for Morgan who struggled a bit and lost some points vs. expectations. A PR by Wieland really keeps him in the game.
                            For me the equation is:
                            If Morgan (PB 5.21) will jump three heights (30 cm) more than scanting (PB 5.10) he will win
                            If Morgan will jump two heights than it is up to the 1500
                            If he will jump one height higher or less than is it most likely to be Scantling.
                            Weiland (PB 4.64) needs to be within 20cm of Scantling in order to win. Doubtful, but not impossible.

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                            • #15
                              No obvious race injuries to either Uibo or Nillson. It appears they both came in to test their readiness... A shame since two guys who were ready wound up watching from home. Would either of those guys scored? No, but they would have had a chance to enjoy the experience.

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