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  • PAC-12 Championships 2015

    The other big conferences have separate threads, so decided to start one for the PAC-12.

    So far, Conor McCullough took the HT, but no PR.
    Brittany Mann took the SP--again no PR.

    Each of the 3 heats of the Women's 1500 prelims got faster.
    LeBlanc took the first in 4:23, Cranny the 2nd in 4:20, and Houlihan the 3rd in 4:17.
    Should be a GREAT duel between Houlihan and Cranny!

    In the Men's 1500 prelims, Ben Saarel took the 1st heat in 3:41, with John Gregorerk taking the 2nd at 3:51!!
    Three Ducks led that 2nd heat!

    Dior Hall (13.14) and Sasha Wallace (13.36) took the 2 heats in the 100H prelims.
    I hope Hall has a HUGE breakthrough---something like 12.70---in the final!

    The Men's 110H prelims were SLOW---only 1 guy under 14.00 (13.96)!!

    Vanessa Jones of USC had the fastest 400 prelim at 51.92.
    All 4 USC women qualified!

    Pete Lauderdale of AZ had the fastest Men's 400 heat with 46.28.
    Marcus Chambers of OR took the other heat in 46.57.

    That's it....so far!

  • #2
    Prandini has withdrawn from all her events for undisclosed reason.

    http://www.oregonlive.com/trackandfi...ndini_wit.html

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    • #3
      Originally posted by player View Post
      Prandini has withdrawn from all her events for undisclosed reason.

      http://www.oregonlive.com/trackandfi...ndini_wit.html
      That is humongous BAD news for us Ducks fans!!
      (Weep!)

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      • #4
        Jasmine Todd had the fastest 100 prelim, at 11.12 (+0.6).
        Ky Westbrook took heat 2 in 11.34, also legal wind.
        SIX women from USC qualified for the semis!
        How many from 1 school are allowed?
        Aren't there limits?

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        • #5
          You can have as many athletes as scoring places, so theoretically eight per event.

          While I'm enjoying watching the Big West meet live on Fox Pacific, it is frustrating (and primitive) that the Pac-12 network provides no viewing option at all for Pac-12s until the taped showing a week from now.

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          • #6
            Jan Thoins of WA took the PV with 18-6.50.
            Never heard of him before!
            Washington had 4 guys score, total of 25 points!!

            Even without Prandini, the Duck women lead UCLA after 6 events, 62 to 38!!

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            • #7
              SEVEN women qualified for the final in the 200 from USC!
              While Jasmine Todd should win tomorrow (Fingers crossed!!), if USC gets spots 2 through 8, their point total for this one event would be 29!

              And if Todd loses!!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by player View Post
                Prandini has withdrawn from all her events for undisclosed reason.

                http://www.oregonlive.com/trackandfi...ndini_wit.html
                Story has been updated to state that Prandini was apparently ill, not injured (per teammates).

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                  SEVEN women qualified for the final in the 200 from USC!
                  While Jasmine Todd should win tomorrow (Fingers crossed!!), if USC gets spots 2 through 8, their point total for this one event would be 29!

                  And if Todd loses!!
                  Coach Caryl is amazing.

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                  • #10
                    Ida Storm won the HT today.
                    I think that's so ironic!!

                    A storm hit LA yesterday.
                    And a Storm hit LA today!

                    LOL

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                    • #11
                      USC runs 39.17 but they need more horses to beat the meet record.

                      Pac12 Meet: * 38.59 5/22/1988 UCLA, UCLA
                      Marsh, Everett, Lewis, Thomas

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                      • #12
                        18 year old Raevyn Rogers runs 2:01.67 to win 800m.

                        De Grasse goes 9.97 to break Ato Bolden's conference meet record. Third place was 10.41.

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                        • #13
                          Raevyn Rogers puts Maton into perspective. She is 18 and at university. Most freshman are 18 - at least they were when I went to WSU, and most 19 year olds are university sophomores.

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                          • #14
                            Potentially thrilling moment coming up in the W 4x4 with the meet in the balance between UO and USC. But unless you are in the stadium you can't see it. Until a week from now, when, as BB King would say, the thrill will be long gone.

                            Boo, hiss.

                            Edit: UO does it by finishing 2nd to USC in the relay. Margin of 0.73 over 4th place, which would have given overall win to USC.
                            Last edited by player; 05-18-2015, 01:12 AM.

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                            • #15
                              Anybody have men's 1500 results? Site doesn't have it.

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