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Prefontaine Classic GP
Hayward Field, Eugene Oregon
1 Xiangyu Li China 1:46.67
2 Trent Riter USA 1:47.55
3 Tetlo Emmen USA 1:47.60
4 Floyd Thompson San Mon TC 1:47.84
5 Marc Sylvester Oregon TC 1:48.03
6 Nick Thornton USA 1:48.23
7 Will Fitts USA 1:48.40
8 Elijah Greer USA 1:51.49
9 Istvan Kerekjarto USA 1:53.10
10 Adam Steele Oregon TC 1:53.24
11 Ryan Waite USA 1:53.60
Mens 1500 (b section)
1 Scotty Bauhs USA 3:45.75
2 Kenny Klotz USA 3:49.80
3 Matt Dettmann USA 3:50.56
4 Richard Mosley USA 3:51.35
5 Issac Stoutenburgh USA 3:52.51
6 Eric Dettman USA 3:55.26
7 Dylan Gant USA 3;57.27
Mens 1500 (a section)
1 Will Leer USA 3:41.13
2 Jordan McNamara Lane CC 3:41.13
3 Gu Ming China 3:41.68
4 Sean Jefferson Oregon TC 3;41.96
5 Blake Boldon USA 3:43.11
6 Gabe Jennings USA 3:43.13
7 Ryan Bok USA 3:43.52
8 Scott Wall USA 3:43.82
9 AJ Acosta USA 3;44.09
10 Rolf Steier USA 3:45.48
gabe ran 3:41.35 last year. a couple of decent early season 800m races this year and that is that. if he is really focussing on the 5k threshold stuff it doesen't seem to be working.
Can someone please explain why scott bauhs was in heat 2 of that race and not heat 1 with jennings and leer? He ran a 4:01 last leg of a DMR by himself, 13:40, and a national champ for D2. I'm calling out to the organizers or anyone with a serious answer.
i agree. baughs had a 4 second lead on the nearest guy. he should have been in the faster heat. wasnt he screwed over at stanford too along with rono and those guys up there? i would be pissed if i were him.
Acosta is really all over the place this season. i mean he has run some pretty solid times, but he is getting his ass kicked in a lot of his races. and he really came up short when it came to most the championship meet.
for a freshman though, pretty solid times.
3:44 for Acosta doesn't really qualify for 'all over the place'. Its hard to run 3:41 every time.
Great run by Scott Wall though. He's had a heck of a season finally after struggling for so long.
Also, Elijah Greer runs a 1:51 as a sophomore in high school. Pretty frickin ridiculous. Look out for him in the future.
MacNamara also extends to upper distances pretty well, he should be awesome for Oregon next fall -- but will "awesome" cut it for that team?
Two teams to nationals... they could do it, easy. (if they were allowed)
I'm sure I have missed it but I haven't seen a ton from Ryan Bak lately. So maybe 3:43 is promising? Anyone know what he has been up to?
Good Luck to him!
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