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BuffaloBob
9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 7:36PM Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
any video links to the Notre Dame DMR?
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RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 7:44PM - in reply to BuffaloBob Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
...and without Loxsom!!!!
oqwienoqnwe
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 7:45PM - in reply to BuffaloBob Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
who did this?
BuffaloBob
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 8:00PM - in reply to oqwienoqnwe Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
PSU

kidder 253.0
bennett green 46.4
watkins 149.3
creese 357.6

pretty quick....lots of teams under 930 I think
texas out
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 8:06PM - in reply to BuffaloBob Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Finals
1 Penn State 'A' 9:26.60
1) Kidder, Brannon 2) Bennett-Green, Brandon
3) Watkins, Za'Von 4) Creese, Robby
2 Princeton 'A' 9:27.74
1) Williams, Michael 2) Hollimon, Austin
3) Dinkins, Russell 4) Callahan, Peter
3 Stanford 'A' 9:28.25
1) Stutzman, Tyler 2) Chase, Spencer
3) Lefebure, Luke 4) Atchoo, Michael
4 Oklahoma State 'A' 9:28.38
1) Botezan, Raul 2) Erassa, Kirubel
3) Anderson, Isaiah 4) Farrell, Thomas
5 Minnesota 'A' 9:29.22
1) Burkstrand, Travis 2) Boy, Cameron
3) Abda, Harun 4) Hutton, Nick
6 Illinois 'A' 9:29.40
1) Engnell, Kyle 2) Pamilton, Stephon
3) Lynn, Ryan 4) Morris, Graham
7 Oklahoma 'A' 9:29.44
1) Legesse, Frezer 2) Wood, Jamel
3) Wankel, Malcolm 4) Casey, Patrick
8 Arkansas 'A' 9:30.22
1) Rono, Patrick 2) Lieghio, Anthony
3) Southard, Travis 4) Campbell, Kemoy
9 Villanova 'A' 9:30.47
1) Denault, Robert 2) Fitzsimons, Christopher
3) Reber, Alexander 4) McEntee, Sam
10 Virginia Tech 'A' 9:30.83
1) Hagen, Ryan 2) Artis-Gray, Jeff
3) Degfae, Tihut 4) Hammond, Michael
11 Indiana 'A' 9:31.11
1) Hunter, Rorey 2) Pierre Louis, Nathan
3) Roller, Lance 4) Bayer, Andrew
12 Virginia 'A' 9:31.23
1) Burton, Brandon 2) Hazzard, Payton
3) Kostelac, Anthony 4) Gilland, Taylor
13 Wisconsin 'A' 9:31.43
1) Mudd, Austin 2) Woloszyk, Tyler
3) Mellon, Zach 4) Hatz, Alex
14 Nebraska 'A' 9:31.71
1) Gibson, Connor 2) Rush, Cody
3) Brinn, Tommy 4) Vidlak, Trevor
15 Oregon 'A' 9:31.91
1) Johnson, Brett 2) Delaney, Arthur
3) Guyota, Boru 4) Fleet, Mac
16 Georgetown 'A' 9:33.40
1) Bile, Ahmed 2) Andre, Mike
3) Ledder, Billy 4) Springer, Andrew
17 Brown 'A' 9:33.53
1) Willig, Ned 2) Spooney, John
3) Tufnell, Henry 4) Cooper, Kevin
18 Air Force 'A' 9:34.51
1) Hawkins, Jake 2) Spuller, Jake
3) Lindsay, Alexander 4) Perkins, Zach
19 Ucla 'A' 9:35.36
1) Hartle, Nick 2) Herrera, Daniel
3) Lauderdale, Pete 4) Edman, Ferdinand
20 New Mexico 'A' 9:36.98
1) Evans, Sam 2) Lewis, Charles
3) Herring, Edwin 4) Caldwell, Luke
21 Kansas 'A' 9:38.89
1) Buchanan, Reid 2) Hester, Michael
3) Munsch, Josh 4) Soucie, Brendan
22 Washington St. 'A' 9:40.20
1) Wakefield, Todd 2) Sealby, Jacob
3) Jorgensen, Jesse 4) Jordan, Drew
23 Duke 'A' 9:41.40
1) McClafferty, Nate 2) Filipczak, Michael
3) Meister, Thomas 4) Kostelnik, James
24 Montana State 'A' 9:41.67
1) Kirk, Jacob 2) Melone, Nick
3) Grosvenor, Grant 4) Soratos, Cristian
25 Loyola (Ill.) 'A' 9:42.77
1) Murray, Declan 2) Glastetter, Kevin
3) Brady, Ned 4) Penzenstadler, Sam
ready for spring
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 8:15PM - in reply to texas out Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Wow, that's flying. Especially without their best mid-distance guy. Switch out Watkins and his 1:49 split for Loxsom and his 1:46-47 split, and they could have gotten the NCAA record.
BRF
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 8:24PM - in reply to texas out Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Great job by Princeton! I saw those guys run last weekend, and it was so clear that they had the potential for something like this. WOW!

Does anybody have the splits for Princeton's carries?
The Jerk Lister
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 8:28PM - in reply to BRF Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
That time is not bad - but the University of Texas still retains the WORLD RECORD! - Not the American or NcAA record - thre fricking WORLD RECORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tigerfan
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 8:56PM - in reply to BRF Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
The Princeton splits were about: 2:55, 46, 1:49, 3:56
Mortis young
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 9:55PM - in reply to Tigerfan Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Not to be pass judgement but Villanovas anchor ran the least aggressive race I have ever seen for a team that was time trailing to make it to nationals. Fora 3:35 or 3:36 1500 guy I was not impressed with his 3:59 anchor. Has he peaked early after his 7:54?

Props to Princeton and penn state for their quick times/victories. Also very impressed by Virginia techs anchor.
Mortis young
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 9:56PM - in reply to Tigerfan Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Not to be passing udgement but Villanovas anchor ran the least aggressive race I have ever seen for a team that was time trailing to make it to nationals. Fora 3:35 or 3:36 1500 guy I was not impressed with his 3:59 anchor. Has he peaked early after his 7:54?

Props to Princeton and penn state for their quick times/victories. Also very impressed by Virginia techs anchor.
How does that work?
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 10:16PM - in reply to The Jerk Lister Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

The Jerk Lister wrote:

That time is not bad - but the University of Texas still retains the WORLD RECORD! - Not the American or NcAA record - thre fricking WORLD RECORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


How do they have the world record but not the NCAA record or American record?
sherman ew
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 10:45PM - in reply to How does that work? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
The thread got this far and no one has mentioned the freshman Kidder's 2:53? Solid.

3:42 outdoors on the way for that fella.
K. West
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/1/2013 10:47PM - in reply to sherman ew Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
PSU's time is the second fastest NCAA indoor DMR of all time.

Of all time!
Bwhaahaa
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/2/2013 12:40AM - in reply to K. West Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
PSU better get away from Callahan next weekend. He had a lot left in the tank.
looonghorns
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/2/2013 2:39AM - in reply to K. West Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
if you count nd's track as indoor
SomeDude
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/2/2013 6:25AM - in reply to looonghorns Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
What happened to Wisconsin? Did someone just tank their leg of the race?
26mi235
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/2/2013 8:02AM - in reply to SomeDude Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
No, Mellon (800) ran a bit slower than his competitors and was caught from a slight lead, the 400 leg lost a little ground, and then Hatz ran almost even with Bayer but trailed by a step (they only finished 0.20 out of the money in 9:31, not too much could have gone 'bad'.
Trialswatcher
RE: 9:26.6...wow 3/2/2013 8:19AM - in reply to 26mi235 Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
If Loxsom had run the 800 instead of Watkins, they only would have been further ahead for Creese who would have eased up most likely and let teams back in, and then run fast again late to pull away, he probably would have run 4:00 instead of 3:57.6

This is what happened to McEntee who had an even bigger lead and is used to being a closer type, not a front runner , If McEntee had run the 3:57 anchor he ran last year Nova would have broken the College Record, as an example, but it never quite plays that way.

Most guys with big leads in major relays play it safe and do not risk a bow up and go out conservatively and guys get back into it, ala Penn almost every year.
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