(Editor's Note: The title of the thread was corrected to replace a typo so it said 2:19.52 not 2:18.52 and to change Robbie to Robby). Sick sick race. I'm on an iPad and don't know how to link to live results but I think he also beat webb's American jr record.
|Charles Daniels, Esq.|
Andrews had the record at 2:22... but Creese threw down on both. Big run!!
1000 2:23.68 Alan Webb (Virginia HS) Fairfax, Virginia 3/03/01
|dave from lasalle|
Pennsylvania State University
Nittany Lion Challenge - 1/14/2012
Horace Ashenfelter III Indoor Track
University Park, PA
Event 13 Men 1000 Meter Run
Facility Rec: F 2:19.60 2010 Ryan Foster, P S U
PSU Record: * 2:19.60 2009 Ryan Foster
Meet Record: M 2:19.60 2010 Ryan Foster, P S U
Name Year School Finals
1 Creese, Robby FR Penn State 2:19.53M
2 Endress, Wade FR Penn State 2:24.73
3 Schilkowsky, John SO Cornell 2:24.89
4 Graves, Kyle SO Maryland 2:28.44
5 Manley, Connor FR Penn State 2:28.73
6 Cowsette, Dontave SR Pittsburgh 2:29.06
7 Santos, Nicolas SR Albany 2:29.25
8 DeLallo, John FR Albany 2:30.01
9 Fuller, Kevin Unattached 2:30.89
10 Fogarty, Tyler SR Albany 2:36.05
11 Tate, Tyler FR Maryland 2:38.42
12 Wilke, Alexander SO Albany 2:44.70
-- Dawson, Owen Unattached DNF
-- Foster, Ryan P F G DQ
"Robbie Creese, who placed sixth in the 2011 Penn Relays mile, enjoyed an outstanding weekend at the Maryland State AA Championships this spring, turning in a victory in the 3200-meters, as well as second-place efforts in the 800- and 1600-meters. Indoors, Creese took home a trio of Maryland state titles, winning the 800, 1600, and 3200. He would also go on to finish 11th in the mile run at New Balance Indoor Nationals as a senior. Creese will make the trip to Happy Valley with personal bests of 1:54.00 in the 800, 4:10.60 in the mile run, and 9:17.28 for the 3200."
yea I saw that on his PSU bio and it doesn't sound like he was incredibly impressive in high school. He must really be developing well at Penn State
He's like the anti-Borchers.
|Tales of the Algonquin|
Loxsom PRed in the 600 as well at 1:16.62. He improved dramatically as a freshman as well. Admittedly not as much as Creese appears to have,
Prediction: this name will be all over LetsRun for the next 4 years.
Since he seems to be more of a Miler, can he also take the indoor mile record this winter?
PSU mid distance had an unbelievable first meet. Can not imagine what kind of workouts they have been doing already. Anyone have an info on their training??
Great group of guys.
600- Loxsom, Casimir 1:16.66
Brennan, Ryan 1:19.31
Bennett-Green, Bernard 1:19.77
Filandro, Mark 1:23.80
800- Owen Dawson 1:50.48
Colin Baker 1:55.01
1k- Creese, Robby 2:19.53
Endress, Wade 2:24.73
Manley, Connor 2:28.73
Mile 1 Corkedale, Tyler 4:10.39
Fischer, Matt 4:11.05
Campbell, Chris 4:11.85
Burkhardt, Glen 4:13.48
Dawson, Kyle 4:13.53
Fuller, Mark 4:24.38
If I were a betting man I would say it involves some form of running but don't quote me on it. Success breads success man.
so your saying like the previous couple of years they will just fade away by March? non existent by June?
Of course they haven't done any speedwork yet.
What was Foster's unofficial time? What was the DQ for?
American indoor junior records, not updated:
That still has Webb's 2:23, beaten by Robbie Andrews's 2:22 (both run in high school), and Andrews, not thought of as that kind of prospect at the time, turned into an incredible collegian. Creese's time is outstanding. McMillan calculator has a 2:19.0 equivalent to 1:46.4 800m, 3:55.9 mile and 7:48 3k (also 13:37 5k and 28:17).