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Sure, 26:59 has changed the idea of what a good 10k is, but this is DEPTH for a conference meet.
Flash Results, Inc.
2010 Big 12 Championships
Audrey J Walton Stadium -- Columbia, MO - 5/14/2010 to 5/16/2010
Event 14 Men 10000 Meter Run
Collegiate: C 27:08.49 5/1/2010 Sam Chelanga, Liberty
Big 12 Meet: M 29:23.67 5/13/2005 Matthew Chesang, Kansas State
Walton Track: F 29:29.53 1998 Saul Lempirikany, Iowa State
Name Year School Finals Points
1 John Kosgei SR Oklahoma State 29:24.21F 10
2 Kenyon Neuman SR Colorado 29:25.06F 8
3 Kiel Uhl SR Iowa St 29:27.15F 6
4 Kevin Schwab FR Oklahoma 29:27.90F 5
5 Richard Medina JR Colorado 29:28.18F 4
6 Joe Bosshard FR Colorado 29:31.68 3
7 Matt Tebo JR Colorado 29:33.92 2
8 Andy Wacker JR Colorado 29:39.37 1
9 Aldo Vega SR Colorado 29:41.19
10 Jeremy Sudbury JR Oklahoma 29:53.60
11 Bill Kogel FR Oklahoma 29:57.91
12 Guor Marial SR Iowa St 30:11.63
13 Jory Zunich SR Iowa St 30:29.30
14 Clayton Carper JR Iowa St 30:43.00
15 Josh Baden SO Kansas 30:47.73
16 Nick Capario JR Kansas 30:50.09
17 Clay Mayes SR Oklahoma 30:53.25
18 Jeff Sadler JR Baylor 31:05.13
19 Phillip King SO Missouri 31:13.31
20 Ben Murphy-Baum JR Iowa St 31:41.72
21 Brandon Reed SO Baylor 31:46.76
22 Ryan Little SO Oklahoma State 31:48.80
23 Daniel Watts SR Oklahoma State 31:59.59
24 Max Storms FR Missouri 32:25.37
25 Peter Wood JR Oklahoma State 32:33.73
-- Joseph Manilafasha FR Oklahoma State DNF
-- Habben Berhane JR Texas DNF
-- Jordan Kyle SR Colorado DNF
-- Yonas Mebrahtu SO Iowa St DNS
great to see schwab from oklahoma as a freshman up there as well. i believe he is actually from the state of oklahoma...someone please correct me if i'm wrong. besides phil price at arkansas, i can't remember any other prospects coming out of that state.
based on the blog(http://www.mutigers.com/blog/2010/05/big-12-track-field-championships-day-1.html#more) from big 12 it looks like they were at 16:47 at 5400, which is about 1525 5k pace...that means the second 5k was about 14:00 flat? Can anyone verify that?
Mizzou is embarrasing! They host XC and run like crap and then follow it up with nothing (men or women) in the 10K on their home track? Now that Big Rick is gone hopefully they'll bring in a decent distance coach.
Man.... OSU better have some solid recruits lined up. Only one I know of off the top of my head is Jeff Arnier, and he's like a 9:06 or so guy. A lot of their guys just aren't stepping up. Only guy we see continously improving is Colby Lowe.
Losing Kosgei / Vail is going to hurt them bad. Will they even make top 5 next year?
DUMB! I hate OSU but this race means NOTHING about cross-country next fall. That DNF is my boy Joe man who went 14:16 in indoor as a true freshman. OSU had four sophmores run at ncaa cross this past fall. also, they got that washington kid who went like 8:58 last year, moskowitz or whatever.
That being said, as long as they dont pull a stanford (oops), they will most definitly be a top 5 team
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Big Tens was better. 29-low to place. Despite Maverick Darling stepping off the track while leading and Lex Williams (28:34 in 2010) having a really tough day. Oddly, 18th was about the same in each race.
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Could this have something to do with altitude? Usually these guys aren't racing anywhere close to sea level (which Missouri isn't, but it's a lot closer than Boulder), and when they are, it's late season at NCAAs and it's hot and humid.
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