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    @LSU
    w100 - Aleia Hobbs JR LSU 11.07 2.0
    w400 - Kendall Ellis JR USC 50.98
    w400H - Amalie Iuel SR USC 55.38, Anna Cockrell FR USC 55.51
    w4x1 - LSU 42.66
    open
    wPV - Morgann LeLeux 4.62 15-01.75

    open marks
    @UCLA
    w400 - Jade Septer 51.12
    mSP - Darrell Hill 21.91 71-10.50

  • #2
    An addition from another thread (via Atticus/TV Alert)

    wHT - Ewen, Maggie JR Arizona State 72.71 238' 6"

    wJT - Malone, Audrey SO Texas A&M 55.37 181' 8"

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    • #3
      17.86m/58-7.25 by Janeah Stewart
      Braylon Taplin just ran 45.08 at Sun Angel, with Kyle Collins SR - Texas Tech in 45.79
      Coleman (TN) with a 10.03/-0.8, so a basic 9.99.
      Clute, SydneyIndiana 4.40m/14-05.25
      Septer, Jade 51.02 at JJK/RJ
      Nelvis wins in 12.68 in Genada
      22.60 for Felicia Brown (US), who overtook VCB, tying VCB for the world lead (pending wind).
      Francis run 51.63 with Reed of TX A&M at 52.18
      Merritt in the 200, wins in 20.44
      Audie Wyatt JR - Texas A&M goes 5.70 [opps, wrote 5.80 before.]


      At JJK: McLaughlin, Erin Cornell 9:49.19 at
      1 Perez, Jorge Central Arizona 8:33.45
      2 Gentry, Zach Oklahoma 8:34.53
      3 Davis, Max UCLA 8:39.48
      Ashley, Whitney Nike 60.03m 196-11
      Gudmundsson, Sindri Utah State 73.06m 239-08 JT
      Last edited by 26mi235; 04-09-2017, 03:58 AM.

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      • #4
        Ashley Spencer won a windy 54.78WL in Grenada despite losing a bunch over hurdle 9 after hitting the headwind. The #6 in Rio was just a bit back in 54.88 (she took the lead after 9 but Spencer's speed brought her back).

        Similarly, Quincy Dowling ran a similar 400h, stumbling some in the home straight in to the wind but set a PR of 48.78, not too far from the WL.

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        • #5
          aaronk; here is a result of interest to you: Barrett has just cleared 1.82; had lots of jump but not great form (i.e., rusty).

          And there were some good female distance races at Arcadia:

          2 mile
          1 Claudia Lane10 Malibu 9:57.52
          2 Brie Oakley 12 Grandview 9:57.59
          3 Allie Schadler 12 Rio Rico 10:05.70

          Mile
          1 Madison Mooney 11 Broomfield 4:47.32
          2 Sammy Watson 12 Rush Henrietta 4:47.72
          3 Rylee Bowen 11 Sonoma Academy 4:48.92
          4 Haley Herberg 11 Capistrano Valley 4:49.22
          5 Quinn McConnell 10 Peak to Peak 4:51.74
          6 Erica Schroeder 12 San Marcos SS 4:54.68

          1 Cooper Teare 12 St. Joseph-Nd 8:41.46
          2 Austin Hindman 12 Lafayette (W 8:43.40
          3 Casey Clinger 12 American Fork 8:44.70
          4 Callum Bolger 12 San Luis Obispo 8:45.10
          5 Luis Grijalva 12 Armijo 8:45.58
          6 Connor Lane 12 Cardinal Gibbons 8:47.00
          7* Finn Gessner 12 Madison LaFollette 8:47.57
          8 Talon Hull 12 Weber 8:48.44
          9 Mathew Watkins 12 Jackson - WA 8:48.84
          10 Gabe Fendel 11 Hamilton Sou 8:50.56
          11 Michael Vernau 12 Davis 8:50.69
          12 Ian Shanklin 12 Page 8:50.79
          13 Garrett Barton 12 Ogden 8:51.21
          14 McKay Johns 12 American Fork 8:51.81
          15 Caleb Pottorff 12 Lincoln Park 8:52.67
          16 Evert Silva 12 Fresno 8:53.02
          17 Travis Feeny 12 Ogden 8:54.20
          18 James Mwaura 11 Lincoln- Tac 8:54.53
          19 Justin Hazell 11 El Camino Real 8:54.78
          20 Tibs Proctor 12 The Northwes 8:55.93
          21 Cameron Ponder 11 Mount Tabor 8:56.49
          22 Dalton Hengst 11 McDonogh 8:56.96
          23 Owen Bishop 12 Claremont 8:57.44
          24 Chase Equall 12 Bozeman 8:57.62
          25* Seth Hirsch 12 Millard West 8:57.81

          [Aaron, you have to guess what the stars are (they are my addition)]
          Last edited by 26mi235; 04-09-2017, 04:14 AM.

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          • #6
            26mi235

            That was NOT a "2 Mile"!
            It was 18.688 meters SHORT!!

            As for "Barrett", are you talking about the "retired" Brigetta??

            LOL

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            • #7
              Yes, I assumed that it was a 2-mile since they ran the mile and not the 1600. Note that the differential is about 3.15 seconds at 9:00, a bit less for the faster runners.

              Yes, I am pretty sure it was Brigetta because they mentioned singing the National Anthem.

              By the way, the Boys 3200 had the top 25 times of the year, with the last of those under 9:00, Seth Hirsch, getting knocked down from behind and losing 5+ seconds.

              Aaron, have you figured out my *s yet?
              Last edited by 26mi235; 04-09-2017, 05:28 AM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                aaronk; here is a result of interest to you: Barrett has just cleared 1.82; had lots of jump but not great form (i.e., rusty).
                Yea can you link to this result?

                Her being retired was always mentioned on this board, but for 2+ years, I haven't seen an ounce of confirmation. Would be great to see her back jumping again.

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                • #9
                  I am watching on ESPN2. This is the first real meet that they have run in Grenada and they only have verbal results, no summary results in any event (mainly just first). I suspect that the meet will get results out tomorrow.

                  In the B section of the 400 Gardner ran a "A"-level result of 44.26 in a windy stadium (it has been been breezy and the stadium does not have that much in the way of stands). James runs 45.41, well short of Gardner's time, which must be a WL (or at least a l-a WL).

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ATK View Post
                    Yea can you link to this result?

                    Her being retired was always mentioned on this board, but for 2+ years, I haven't seen an ounce of confirmation. Would be great to see her back jumping again.
                    http://www.grenadainvitational.com/results/

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                    • #11
                      In a thread entitled "Random NCAA Results" we've certainly taken "NCAA" to a bit of an expansive level since there is more HS and open mention than collegiate.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post
                        In a thread entitled "Random NCAA Results" we've certainly taken "NCAA" to a bit of an expansive level since there is more HS and open mention than collegiate.
                        I should've just titled it "Random 2017 Marks" as a catch-all for marks not in a specific meet thread.

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                        • #13
                          Another 2017 set of marks, from the Triton Invite throws competition Discus; pretty good marks, not sure about the wind. [added next five]

                          Whitney Ashley 63.85m 209-05.75
                          Kelsey Card 61.16m 200-8
                          Maggie Ewen 60.17 m 197-04.75
                          Tarasue Barnett 59.95 m 196-08.00
                          Summer Pierson 59.51 m 195-02.75
                          Liz Podominick 58.26 m 191-01.50
                          Venique Harris 57.45 m 188-05.75
                          Last edited by 26mi235; 04-21-2017, 11:02 PM.

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                          • #14
                            there are no fractions in long throws

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                            • #15
                              When they are measuring in centimeters, then fractions of an inch are on the same level. I think that they used to do even centimeters, which are on the order of inches. Interesting that they changed the cm basis but not the inch basis. (Last time I measured distance for the long throws was in a meet where Pomona was trying to dethrone Oxy from the league title for the first time since before World War II, I think (this would have been later 1970s) and it was coming down to the Jav, I think with a tie for the event win.

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