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Poster: Big Day is Nearing
Subject: RE: Patriot League Indoor 2012
Here are my meaningless predictions as of today:
Bucknell- Will be tight with Navy for the win. Interestingly, they don't match up in strengths at all. Arent and Lupica look solid in the sprints, mid D is solid with Donaldson and Sacks (losing him would make it a toss up). Its the throws that will do it for them. Look for them to score huge in them.
Navy- Really strong mid D and distance, but can pick also pick up important points in the 400,500 and 800. Decent in the field events. Great PV'er. If American's guys falter, Navy can pick up more points and beat Bucknell
Army- Lost to Navy at their dual meet, which may be more important than Patiots to them. Chris Jones is always good. Wagner has been high jumping for what seems like decades.
Lehigh- Will be battling Lafayette for 4th. Not much in terms of scoring in the running events. But will win the TJ, score big in the LJ, and always have heptathletes. Kosgei can come up big here. Needs to count his laps better than last year.
Lafayette- Like Lehigh but may score small points in the sprints. If Parker wins the 800, could jump above them. Just slightly worse in the field.
Colgate- Interesting case. Have 2 (maybe 3) guys capable of scoring, everyone else is way off. But if the get a win or 2nd from Tooker in the 200 and 400 and Johnson is able to pick up a couple top two finishes, they can score more than usual. Could potentially have a decent DMR. Points in the 500 would be a nice addition. The definition of having all their eggs in one basket.
American- They are buried so deep only because they are going against Navy's incredible strength in all their events. If they can work as a team and break up Navy, I can see them finishing 6th. Anything higher than that will be tough, saying they only will compete in a handful of events.
Holy Cross- Actually a better team than usual. Fenner will likely score in a sprint. They have guys at 50/106/157, but thats just not quite good enough. It'd take a lot to beat anyone.
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