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  • •2015 wNCAA TJ: Keturah Orji (Ga) 46-5¼ (14.15 AJR)

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    1. Keturah Orji (Georgia) Fr
    2. Nadia Eke' (Columbia) Sr
    3. Marshay Ryan (Auburn) So
    4. Ciarra Brewer (Florida) Sr
    5. Brianna Richardson (Baylor) Jr
    6. Allie Saunders (Texas State) Sr
    7. Nataliya Friar (LSU) So
    8. Simone Charley (Vanderbilt) Sr
    9. Isabella Marten’ (SMU) Fr
    10. Tori Franklin (Michigan State) Sr
    Last edited by gh; 06-14-2015, 12:25 AM.

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

    Start list: Women Triple Jump
    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    1 1 195 Iana Amsterdam SO Clemson
    1 2 504 Nataliyah Friar SO LSU
    1 3 640 Ellie Ewere SR Nebraska
    1 4 258 Ciarra Brewer SR Florida
    1 5 642 Mollie Gribbin JR Nebraska
    1 6 1103 Simone Charley SO Vanderbilt
    1 7 114 Marshay Ryan SO Auburn
    1 8 328 Keturah Orji FR Georgia
    1 9 226 Nadia Eke SR Columbia
    1 10 430 Alyssa Kelly JR Kansas State
    1 11 844 Cybil Obiozor SO Rice
    1 12 870 Kaitlyn Beans SO South Alabama

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    2 1 1004 Paetyn Revell SO Texas Tech
    2 2 128 Brianna Richardson JR Baylor
    2 3 583 Ebony Brinker SR Miss State
    2 4 251 Dace' Dreimane SO Eastern Michigan
    2 5 555 Tori Franklin SR Michigan State
    2 6 843 Daisy Ding SO Rice
    2 7 191 Rebecka Abrahamsson FR Cincinnati
    2 8 994 Allie Saunders SR Texas State
    2 9 1152 Jasmine Brown SO Western Illinois
    2 10 867 Isabella Marten FR SMU
    2 11 643 Danielle Jones SO Nebraska
    2 12 360 Brittany Kinney SR Houston


    Women Triple Jump Start List | Updated: Wed Jun 10 20:08:38

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    • #3
      YOWZA!!!

      Orji 14.15/46-5.75 legal!

      #10 a-t US
      =7th a-t Collegiate
      Last edited by gm; 06-13-2015, 09:29 PM.

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      • #4
        Not unexpected, however!
        When she hit those high 45's INdoors, I knew she'd moved on to the next level from HS.
        Definitely America's greatest TJ hope since........maybe Sheila Hudson??

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        • #5
          Brewer with 3 fouls, hurts Florida

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          • #6
            That 14.15 is an AJR for Orji, btw

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gm View Post
              That 14.15 is an AJR for Orji, btw
              Her landing is poor ! if she can stretch out quite a bit more for a couple more feet.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by tm71 View Post
                Her landing is poor ! if she can stretch out quite a bit more for a couple more feet.
                Yep, the most vertical landing I have seen in a long time..dunno how she jumped 46 feet standing up.

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                • #9
                  Place Athlete Affiliation Best Mark Flight (Pl)
                  1 Keturah Orji FR Georgia 14.15m (46-5¼ ) +1.8 1 (1)
                  2 Marshay Ryan SO Auburn 13.53m (44-4¾ ) +1.5 1 (2)
                  3 Simone Charley SO Vanderbilt 13.49m (44-3¼ ) +2.7 1 (3)
                  4 Nadia Eke SR Columbia 13.46m (44-2 ) +3.1 1 (4)
                  5 Tori Franklin SR Michigan State 13.38m (43-10¾ ) +5.3 2 (1)
                  6 Nataliyah Friar SO LSU 13.32m (43-8½ ) +2.8 1 (5)
                  7 Allie Saunders SR Texas State 13.25m (43-5¾ ) +2.6 2 (2)
                  8 Daisy Ding SO Rice 13.18m (43-3 ) +4.1 2 (3)
                  9 Iana Amsterdam SO Clemson 13.13m (43-1 ) +5.2 1 (6)
                  10 Brianna Richardson JR Baylor 13.05m (42-9¾ ) +2.7 2 (4)
                  11 Ellie Ewere SR Nebraska 13.02m (42-8¾ ) +3.9 1 (7)
                  12 Mollie Gribbin JR Nebraska 12.81m (42-½ ) +0.9 1 (8)
                  13 Rebecka Abrahamsson FR Cincinnati 12.77m (41-10¾ ) +3.6 2 (5)
                  14 Isabella Marten FR SMU 12.74m (41-9¾ ) +2.2 2 (6)
                  15 Jasmine Brown SO Western Illinois 12.70m (41-8 ) +3.8 2 (7)
                  16 Dace' Dreimane SO Eastern Michigan 12.62m (41-5 ) +1.8 2 (8)
                  17 Kaitlyn Beans SO South Alabama 12.58m (41-3¼ ) +1.7 1 (9)
                  18 Danielle Jones SO Nebraska 12.57m (41-3 ) +1.2 2 (9)
                  19 Paetyn Revell SO Texas Tech 12.54m (41-1¾ ) +2.5 2 (10)
                  20 Cybil Obiozor SO Rice 12.51m (41-½ ) +1.9 1 (10)
                  21 Brittany Kinney SR Houston 12.51m (41-½ ) +3.8 2 (11)
                  22 Alyssa Kelly JR Kansas State 12.29m (40-4 ) +2.7 1 (11)
                  23 Ebony Brinker SR Miss State 12.11m (39-8¾ ) +2.2 2 (12)
                  Ciarra Brewer SR Florida FOUL 1

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                    Not unexpected, however!
                    When she hit those high 45's INdoors, I knew she'd moved on to the next level from HS.
                    Definitely America's greatest TJ hope since........maybe Sheila Hudson??
                    I didn't know America had a hope in the TJ

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                    • #11
                      Hope she can hit 14.20 (the WC qualifier)

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                      • #12
                        I thought 14.15 would do it; had not looked at the actual Q mark and the women have not been doing particularly well of late aside from one or two competitors.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                          I thought 14.15 would do it; had not looked at the actual Q mark and the women have not been doing particularly well of late aside from one or two competitors.
                          It appears she's sitting at #23 on the list of eligible WC jumpers (with a target of 32 entrants), so she's a decent chance: http://toplist.leichtathletik-mehrkampf.de/

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