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  • •2015 mNCAA JT: Sam Crouser (Ore) 259-9 (79.19)

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    1. Sam Crouser (Oregon) Sr
    2. Raymond Dykstra' (Kentucky) Sr
    3. Ioannis Kyriazis' (Texas A&M) Fr
    4. John Ampomah' (Middle Tennessee) Jr
    5. MaCauley Garton (Missouri) Sr
    6. Tomas Guerra' (Western Kentucky) Jr
    7. Alex Pascal’ (Missouri) Fr
    8. Curtis Thompson (Mississippi State) Fr
    9. Curtis Clauson (Washington) Sr
    10. Devin Bogert (Texas A&M) Sr
    Last edited by gh; 06-12-2015, 12:00 AM.

  • #2
    Advance best 9 after tie breaking to finals. Reverse order

    Start list: Men Javelin Throw
    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    1 1 1149 Kyle Stevens SR WAST
    1 2 689 Matti Mortimore SO NDSU
    1 3 1028 Thomas Gore-Schreck SR UCSB
    1 4 847 Thomas Carr JR RUTG
    1 5 690 Austin Schmidt FR NDSU
    1 6 597 Curtis Thompson FR MSST
    1 7 1174 Robert Smutsky SO WAM
    1 8 1098 Rasmus Maukonen SO UTEP
    1 9 530 Michael Criticos FR MEMP
    1 10 849 Chris Mirabelli FR RUTG
    1 11 1116 Kyle Smith SR UVA
    1 12 977 Devin Bogert SR TAMU

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    2 1 782 Sam Crouser SR UO
    2 2 566 John Ampomah JR MTSU
    2 3 1058 Vincent Rentzsch JR UMBC
    2 4 1045 Derek Eager SR UCLA
    2 5 623 MaCauley Garton SR MIZZ
    2 6 986 Ioannis Kyriazis FR TAMU
    2 7 245 Thomas Lang JR DUKE
    2 8 1135 Curtis Clauson SR WASH
    2 9 469 Raymond Dykstra SR UK
    2 10 1159 Tomas Guerra JR WKY
    2 11 624 Alex Pascal FR MIZZ
    2 12 529 Kyle Bynum JR MEMP


    Men Javelin Throw Start List | Updated: Wed Jun 10 10:57:09

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    • #3
      That foul though...

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      • #4
        Place Athlete Affiliation Best Mark Flight (Pl)
        1 Sam Crouser SR Oregon 79.19m (259-9 ) 2 (1)
        2 John Ampomah JR Mid. Tenn. State 77.13m (253-0 ) 2 (2)
        3 Curtis Thompson FR Miss State 75.42m (247-5 ) 1 (1)
        4 Raymond Dykstra SR Kentucky 74.90m (245-9 ) 2 (4)
        5 Ioannis Kyriazis FR Texas A&M 73.13m (239-11 ) 2 (5)
        6 Thomas Lang JR Duke 72.50m (237-10 ) 2 (3)
        7 Matti Mortimore SO North Dakota State 72.44m (237-8 ) 1 (2)
        8 Kyle Bynum JR Memphis 70.07m (229-10 ) 2 (6)
        9 Curtis Clauson SR Washington 70.04m (229-9 ) 2 (7)
        10 Tomas Guerra JR Western Kentucky 69.66m (228-6 ) 2 (8)
        11 MaCauley Garton SR Missouri 68.64m (225-2 ) 2 (9)
        12 Derek Eager SR UCLA 68.27m (223-11 ) 2 (10)
        13 Michael Criticos FR Memphis 68.09m (223-4 ) 1 (3)
        14 Devin Bogert SR Texas A&M 67.94m (222-11 ) 1 (4)
        15 Robert Smutsky SO William and Mary 67.93m (222-10 ) 1 (5)
        16 Austin Schmidt FR North Dakota State 67.75m (222-3 ) 1 (6)
        17 Thomas Carr JR Rutgers 67.17m (220-4 ) 1 (7)
        18 Thomas Gore-Schreck SR UC Santa Barbara 66.12m (216-11 ) 1 (8)
        19 Chris Mirabelli FR Rutgers 65.80m (215-10 ) 1 (9)
        20 Rasmus Maukonen SO UTEP 65.52m (214-11 ) 1 (10)
        21 Vincent Rentzsch JR UMBC 64.71m (212-3 ) 2 (11)
        22 Kyle Stevens SR Washington St. 64.62m (212-0 ) 1 (11)
        23 Kyle Smith SR Virginia 64.33m (211-0 ) 1 (12)
        24 Alex Pascal FR Missouri 62.69m (205-8 ) 2 (12)

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        • #5
          Ampomah is a train wreck with huge talent. Entertaining and painful to watch, all at the same time!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by polevaultpower View Post
            That foul though...
            What foul, not all of us have had schedules (or locales) that have allowed us to watch.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
              What foul, not all of us have had schedules (or locales) that have allowed us to watch.
              He had a slight sector foul that was at least three and maybe five meters past his winning mark. FWIW, that's what his dad was talking about after the meet and former NCAA champ Dean Crouser, coach of Haley and mentor to Sam knows what he's talking about.

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              • #8
                too bad they didn't have the Birmingham judges there

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                • #9
                  It wasn't a sector foul, it was a foot foul. Not a huge foot foul, but it was a legit call. The throw was near the tape but definitely in the sector (assuming the line was laid correctly).

                  HUGE throw. The crowd went nuts with excitement and then disbelief.

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                  • #10
                    So the potential os there for 85 m on current form?

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                    • #11
                      Dean Crouser estimated it at around 84. Most importantly, it would have given Sam an "A" standard. Looking from far across the field, it appeared to land out of bounds in the same area where Sam always throws his sector fouls. Didn't obviously have the benefit of instant replay or close ups.

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                      • #12
                        I was on the side of the field it landed on. It was in the sector (as marked) by a visible margin. It wasn't like Yego's throw. There wasn't really any debating it was in the sector unless the line was off... which actually is somewhat plausible because it was near where the sector line intersects with the pole vault runway and those sector lines probably get stepped on a lot by the vaulters...

                        Anyway, monster throw, someone needs to post video...

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                        • #13
                          After watching Sam throw for three years, this is the first time I've ever seen a foot foul on his part. I have seen him scatter the vaulters more than once. Thanks for the info, Polevaultpower.

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                          • #14
                            <<It wasn't a sector foul, it was a foot foul. Not a huge foot foul, but it was a legit call. The throw was near the tape but definitely in the sector (assuming the line was laid correctly).

                            HUGE throw. The crowd went nuts with excitement and then disbelief.>>

                            Ah, that clear's up matters. My former track coach friend who attended thought it was in-sector, also.

                            I'll mention is passing that John Ampomah in 2nd in the javelin is from the same high school in Ghana (T.I. Ahmadiyya, in Kumasi) as Emmanuel Dasor the Western Kentucky sophomore (20.61 and 45.61 PRs).

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