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  • #31
    Originally posted by gh View Post
    Steve Scott was 2nd in the NCAA in '77 and won in '78.

    D2 people could qualify to the big nationals in those days
    Three biographical sources have Steve Scott winning the Div II 1500m three years running - record Irvine time of 3:36.1 in 1977. In 1978, Irvine moved up to Div I, but Steve still won the 1500m championship - in a time of 3:37.58.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Daniel Foster View Post
      Just checked, UC Irvine was still a D2 school in 1977.
      He ran in the Div I 1500m in both '77 and '78 (winning) and his 3:36.0h isn't listed on the collegiate list either from 1978. The reason, as it is with all of the others not on the list I provided the link to, is that the races were out of the collegiate season.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Daniel Foster View Post
        Three biographical sources have Steve Scott winning the Div II 1500m three years running - record Irvine time of 3:36.1 in 1977. In 1978, Irvine moved up to Div I, but Steve still won the 1500m championship - in a time of 3:37.58.
        the 3:36.1 was run in August of 1977. That is why it is not on the collegiate list as are all of the other races by other athletes faster than Scott's run which were not run during the scope of the collegiate season.

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        • #34
          Jarvis Gotch 8.27/0.8
          The only 8m jumper

          Daniel Comenentia had a good meet
          19.67m 19.80m 20.03m 20.00m 19.84m 19.75m
          75.97m (HT) (249-03)
          At Long Beach Taylor had a ~17.2 jump and someone else had something close, while Orji, Franklin and C Cook went 14.33, 14.04w, 13.89
          Davis went 6.63/6/61/6.60, while Sauceda and Hall went 6.48, 6.43 all wind-legal
          Edwards, Southerland (Ore), and Brown went 2:01

          Dalilah Muhammad 55.25; Cockrell USC 56.66
          As reported Twanisha Terry 10.99/1.7
          Twanisha Terry 10.99 USC
          Ashley Henderson 11.06 San D. St.
          Jenna Prandini 11.09
          Aaliyah Brown 11.15
          Ariana Washington 11.17 Oregon
          Destinee Brown 11.27
          Brittany Brown 11.28/0.1 Iowa

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          • #35
            Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post

            At Long Beach Taylor had a ~17.2 jump and someone else had something close
            1 Taylor, Christian Nike 17.15m (-0.2) 56-3¼
            17.15m(-0.2) 17.12m(-0.7) 16.36m(0.3) PASS 16.10m(-0.5) PASS

            2 Craddock, Omar Chula Vista Elit 17.15m (-0.8) 56-3¼
            17.15m(-0.8) 16.81m(+0.0) FOUL(+0.0) PASS 16.69m(+0.0) FOUL(0.2)

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            • #36
              Apparently a big PR for Alex Young of 76.14 in the Hammer at MtSac.

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              • #37
                If overall Mt. SAC seemed down this year, imagine how good it would have been if the new digs were available and most of those great marks from Azusa and Long Beach would have been folded in as part of the bigger extravaganza it use to be/will be again.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                  Fast 400, with Kerley running the 200 or it might have been even a hotter race

                  Michael Norman 44.53 USC
                  Rai Benjamin 44.74 USC
                  Paul Dedewo 44.78 Altis
                  Kahmari Montgomery 44.91 Houston
                  Patrick Blake Leeper 45.05 Unat
                  The Collegians especially looked great! Heck of a way to open up the year in the 400m for Norman. First race and he’s faster than he was at his peak last season. If he stays healthy, this year(and beyond) will be special.

                  I don’t know if it’s even a goal or if the schedule would allow it, but I’m curious if anyone has ever done the 200m/400m double successfully at NC’s?? Norman seems like the perfect candidate to pull it off...he’s prime to run WELL under 20 secs and we know what he can do in the 400m. Would have tough comp in both races though.

                  As for Benjamin, the transfer seems to have done him a lot good. Huge PR for him as well. Can’t wait to see what he does in the 400H this year after a 48.33 at NCs last season....he has the speed and potential to be Great long hurdler...and I don’t know if there’s been any progress with the paperwork, but he still claimed to be a US Citizen last I heard. Lol. wouldn’t shock me to see him in the mid 47’s this Yr. 👀

                  Keep an eye on Montgomery. He has been running well for Houston since indoor season after being plagued with injuries last yr at Missouri.
                  Last edited by _Jay; 04-23-2018, 06:37 PM.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by gh View Post
                    If overall Mt. SAC seemed down this year, imagine how good it would have been if the new digs were available and most of those great marks from Azusa and Long Beach would have been folded in as part of the bigger extravaganza it use to be/will be again.
                    Yeah, it’s just a different feel at the temporary location. As much as I appreciate not having to drive WAY out to Walnut....I miss that Mt. Sac mystique. I’m looking forward to the new facilities being completed.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by _Jay View Post
                      ...
                      I don’t know if it’s even a goal or if the schedule would allow it, but I’m curious if anyone has ever done the 200m/400m double successfully at NC’s??...
                      Herb McKenley of Illinois did it in both 1946 and '47.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by gh View Post
                        Herb McKenley of Illinois did it in both 1946 and '47.
                        So no one in 70+ years. 👀. Wow....

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                        • #42
                          Yes, and it took a superstar to do it.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                            Yes, and it took a superstar to do it.
                            Well...we might have another one.

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                            • #44
                              It's never been done on the women's side and, given the timetable, it's not likely to be done this year.

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                              • #45
                                Vashti Cunningham...question...what is her PB lifetime and does anyone think she will ever threaten the 2.05 American record? Seems like there has been little progression over the last 3 seasons.

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