2013 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships: Men’s Preview

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By LetsRun.com
June 4, 2013

The 2013 NCAA outdoor track and field championships begin Wednesday at Oregon’s Hayward Field. Below we preview the men’s mid-d and distance action for you as it’s hard to get excited about a race if you don’t know who is in it and have people to cheer for/against.

After each race breakdown, we give you the 2013 NCAA indoor results, the 2012 outdoor results and the list of the 2013 participants. For a list of 2013 best seasonal collegiate times prior to the start of NCAAs, click here. We preview the events in the following order 800, 1500, 10,000, 5,000 (because it comes after the 10,000) and steeplechase.

In terms of the team battle, the Track and Field News form chart has the top four as follows:

Arkansas 65
Texas A&M 60
Oregon 55
Florida 46

Their form chart also has individual top 10 predictions for each event.

Men’s 800: Can anyone stop Elijah Greer?

Oregon’s Elijah Greer finished on top indoors and is favored to do so again outdoors.

The top returner from last year, Oregon’s Elijah Greer is the favorite given the fact that he has the #1 time in the NCAAs this year and also was the indoor champ.

Who has a shot of pulling an upset?

Indoors, Penn State’s Cas Loxsom (2010 world junior bronze), battled him to the finish coming in just .10 behind. This is Loxsom’s last chance for an NCAA title. At Big 10s, Loxsom was beat by Minnesota’s Harun Abda.

Coming into the preliminary rounds of NCAAs, Loxsom was tied for #2 on the NCAA list at 1:46.77. That’s the same time run by Loyola’s Declan Murray, who was third indoors. In the preliminary round, Arkansas’ Patrick Rono ran 1:46.49. Rono was an indoor finalist and his father was an Olympic 1500 champ. Rono has three other Arkansas teammates in the field including SEC champ Leoman Momoh who ran 1:46.07 indoors. Florida’s Sean Obinwa was the SEC champ and was fourth at NCAAs indoors.

Verdict: Greer hasn’t lost since February 9th and he’s been crushing everyone outdoors and he’s competing in front of the hometown crowd. As a result, he’s the big favorite.

For example, he beat the Arkansas guys by more than 2-seconds at the Oregon-Arkansas dual meet. Now Rono wasn’t in that race and Rono was the guy who beat Greer on February 8th but good luck doing it again.

2013 Indoor Results

Finals                                                                       
  1 Elijah Greer              JR Oregon                 1:47.13   10         
  2 Casimir Loxsom            SR Penn State             1:47.23    8         
  3 Declan Murray             SR Loyola (Ill.)          1:47.60    6         
  4 Sean Obinwa               JR Florida                1:47.81    5         
  5 Harun Abda                SR Minnesota              1:48.24    4         
  6 Tomas Squella             FR Arkansas               1:49.20    3         
  7 Patrick Rono              SO Arkansas               1:50.84    2         
  8 Boru Guyota               JR Oregon                 1:51.04    1

2012 Results

 PlaceAthlete NameYrAffiliationTime  Pts    
 1Charles JockSRUC Irvine1:45.59  10     
 2Erik SowinskiSRIowa1:45.90      
 3Elijah GreerJROregon1:46.05      
 4Ryan MartinSRUC Santa Barbara1:46.20   [1:46.191]  
 5Edward KemboiSOIowa State1:46.20   [1:46.198]  
 6Ricky WestJRMissouri1:46.47      
 7Aaron EvansSRGeorgia1:46.66      
 8Samuel EllisonSOVillanova1:47.62      

Entrants (Note the seed time is the regional time not the season’s best)

Event 4  Men 800 Meter Run Prelims 
===============================================================================
    American:  1:42.60  8/28/1985   Johnny Gray, Santa Monica TC               
College Best:  1:44.3h  6/10/1966   Jim Ryun, Kansas                           
   NCAA Meet:  1:44.70  6/1/1990    Mark Everett, Florida                      
           Name                        Year School                 Seed           
===============================================================================
  1    764 Elijah Greer                  SR Oregon              1:46.20 
  2     95 Patrick Rono                  SO Arkansas            1:46.49 
  3    791 Casimir Loxsom                SR Penn State          1:47.12 
  4    264 Sean Obinwa                   JR Florida             1:47.98 
  5    790 Brannon Kidder                FR Penn State          1:48.03 
  6     93 Leoman Momoh                  SR Arkansas            1:48.03 
  7    569 Harun Abda                    SR Minnesota           1:48.18 
  8    494 Declan Murray                 SR Loyola (Ill.        1:48.33 
  9    986 Hector Hernandez              FR Texas A&M           1:48.42 
 10    572 Travis Burkstrand             SR Minnesota           1:48.46 
 11    329 Brandon Lasater               SO Georgia Tech        1:48.49 
 12    146 Ryan Waite                    SR BYU                 1:48.55 
 13     91 Anthony Lieghio               SR Arkansas            1:48.74 
 14    797 Ricky West                    SR Penn State          1:48.84 
 15    198 Harry McFann                  JR Columbia            1:49.32 
 16     96 Tomas Squella                 FR Arkansas            1:49.49 
 17    565 Eliud Rutto                   FR Mid. Tenn. S        1:49.55 
 18    987 Josh Hernandez                SO Texas A&M           1:49.55 
 19    607 Grant Grosvenor               SO Montana Stat        1:49.68 
 20    322 Kisean Smith                  FR Georgia             1:49.80 
 21   1089 Samuel Ellison                JR Villanova           1:49.82 
 22    811 Russell Dinkins               SR Princeton           1:51.58 
 23    319 Charles Grethen               SO Georgia             1:51.72 
 24   1131 David Mokone                  JR Western Kent        1:51.88

Men’s 1500: Patrick Casey Tries To Stay Undefeated And Win His First NCAA Title

NCAA indoor mile champ and 3k champ Lawi Lalang has opted for the 10,000/5,000 double outdoors opening up a huge opportunity for someone else to become an NCAA champion.

Andy Bayer is the defending champion. Indoors, he was just sixth in the 3000 but his form seems to have improved since then. However, we don’t think he’s the favorite.

The favorite in our minds without a doubt is Oklahoma’s Patrick Casey. The Montana State transfer is undefeated on the year at 1500/mile including indoors where he missed NCAAs with a minor injury. Casey ran 3:56 for the full mile indoors. Outdoors, he’s ‘only’ run 3:40 but he crushed the #1 seed based on 2013 seasonal best times in his teammate Riley Masters (3:38.79) at Big 12s.

Who could beat him?

We already mentioned Bayer. The next logical choice is NC State’s Ryan Hill. Hill ran 3:54.89 indoors and was the runner-up to Lalang at NCAAs. Outdoors, he was third last year. So he’s got good credentials. However, he was injured after NCAA indoors this year and didn’t run a race until May 5. He’s likely seeing his fitness improve right now but not at 100% as a result and it’s going to be hard to win unless you are 100%.

Verdict: Casey hasn’t lost all year and he beat Masters by a lot at Big 12s so we don’t know why that would change here.

2013 Indoor Results

Finals                                                                       
  1 Lawi Lalang               JR Arizona                3:54.74M  10         
  2 Ryan Hill                 SR North Carolina St.     3:55.25M   8         
  3 Austin Mudd               SO Wisconsin              3:57.93    6         
  4 Tyler Stutzman            SR Stanford               3:59.70    5         
  5 John Simons               JR Minnesota              3:59.71    4         
  6 Christopher Fallon        SR Ohio State             4:02.28    3         
  7 Chris O'Hare              SR Tulsa                  4:02.96    2         
  8 Michael Atchoo            JR Stanford               4:04.92    1         
  9 Robby Creese              SO Penn State             4:08.82              
 -- Raul Botezan              SR Oklahoma State             DNF

2012 Outdoor Results

PlaceAthlete NameYrAffiliationTime  Pts    
 1Andrew BayerJRIndiana3:43.82  10     
 2Miles BattySRBYU3:43.83      
 3Ryan HillJRNorth Carolina St.3:44.24      
 4Michael HammondJRVirginia Tech3:44.47      
 5Rob FinnertyJRWisconsin3:44.53      
 6Rich PetersSOBoston U.3:44.66      
 7Duncan PhillipsSRArkansas3:44.77      
 8Erik van IngenSRBinghamton3:45.00      
 9Sam McEnteeSOVillanova3:46.41       
 10German FernandezJROklahoma State3:46.62       
 11Lawi LalangSOArizona3:46.82       
 12Chris O’HareJRTulsa3:51.64       

Entrants (Note the seed time is the regional time not the season’s best)

Event 5  Men 1500 Meter Run Prelims
===============================================================================
    American:  3:29.30  8/28/2005   Bernard Lagat, Nike                        
College Best:  3:35.30  6/6/1981    Sydney Maree, Villanova                    
   NCAA Meet:  3:35.30  6/6/1981    Sydney Maree, Villanova                    
           Name                        Year School                 Seed           
===============================================================================
  1    701 Jeremy Rae                    SR Notre Dame          3:39.92 
  2    387 Andrew Bayer                  SR Indiana             3:40.43 
  3   1101 Grant Pollock                 JR Virginia Tec        3:40.77 
  4    788 Robby Creese                  SO Penn State          3:41.03 
  5   1154 James Shirvell                JR Yale                3:41.09 
  6   1088 Robert Denault                FR Villanova           3:41.58 
  7    480 Isaac Wendland                SR Liberty             3:43.91 
  8    727 Patrick Casey                 SR Oklahoma            3:44.48 
  9   1152 Austin Mudd                   SO Wisconsin           3:44.87 
 10     10 Zach Perkins                  SO Air Force           3:45.05 
 11    762 Mac Fleet                     JR Oregon              3:45.08 
 12    770 Chad Noelle                   SO Oregon              3:45.43 
 13    580 John Simons                   JR Minnesota           3:45.54 
 14    959 Patrick McGregor              SR Texas               3:45.66 
 15    475 Matt Hillenbrand              JR Kentucky            3:47.72 
 16    620 Ryan Hill                     SR North Caroli        3:47.77 
 17    713 Christopher Fallon            SR Ohio State          3:48.00 
 18   1090 Sam McEntee                   SO Villanova           3:48.06 
 19    135 Rich Peters                   SR Boston U.           3:48.12 
 20    729 Riley Masters                 SR Oklahoma            3:48.78 
 21    774 Patrick Todd                  SR Oregon              3:49.33 
 22   1151 Alex Hatz                     SO Wisconsin           3:49.35 
 23    902 Tyler Stutzman                JR Stanford            3:49.80 
 24    676 Nathan Weitz                  FR Northern Ari        3:49.99

Men’s 10,000: Lawi Lalang versus Girma Mecheseo

Not much to say about this one. We are very confident that Arizona’s Lawi Lalang will be your champion and that Oklahoma State’s 25-year old senior Girma Mecheso will be your top American.

Mecheso ran 27:52 earlier this year. The next American, Parker Stinson of Oregon, has run 28:34 so there is little to worry about there.

While Lalang is a 3:54 miler with a 13:08 5000 pb, he’s going to have to put in an effort to beat Mecheseo. Beating a 27:52 guy isn’t a walk in the park. But who is going to help set a stifling pace here to try to dampen Lalang’s 3:54 mile speed for the kick? Mecheso won’t have a lot of help as NAU’s Diego Estrada opted for just the 5000. If Mecheseo and Estrada were both teaming up on Lalang, it might be more interesting, but we just don’t see an upset happening.

2013 Indoor 5000 Results

Finals                                                                       
  1 Kennedy Kithuka           SR Texas Tech            13:25.38   10         
  2 Diego Estrada             SR Northern Arizona      13:30.24    8         
  3 Girma Mecheso             SR Oklahoma State        13:40.28    6         
  4 Maverick Darling          SR Wisconsin             13:41.25    5         
  5 Mohammed Ahmed            JR Wisconsin             13:41.84    4         
  6 Anthony Rotich            SO UTEP                  13:43.52    3         
  7 Stanley Kebenei           JR Arkansas              13:45.87    2         
  8 Luke Caldwell             JR New Mexico            13:46.44    1         
  9 Jared Ward                JR BYU                   13:54.04              
 10 Dan Lowry                 SR Michigan              13:54.41              
 11 Shadrack Kipchirchir      SR Oklahoma State        13:55.00              
 12 Elliot Krause             SR Wisconsin             13:55.31              
 13 Jeramy Elkaim             SO Oregon                14:08.42              
 14 Bobby Aprill              SR Michigan              14:10.96              
 15 Tylor Thatcher            JR BYU                   14:12.55              
 16 Kevin Williams            SR Oklahoma              14:33.79

2012 Outdoor Results

PlaceAthlete NameYrAffiliationTime  Pts    
 1Cameron LevinsSRSouthern Utah28:07.14  10     
 2Stephen SambuSRArizona28:09.52      
 3Chris DerrickSRStanford28:17.28      
 4Luke PuskedraSROregon28:24.24      
 5Jared WardJRBYU28:59.74      
 6Elliot KrauseJRWisconsin29:02.89      
 7Ryan DohnerSOTexas29:05.11      
 8Soufiane BouchikhiJREastern Kentucky29:09.08      
 9Paul KatamSOUNC-Greensboro29:10.65       
 10Alden BahrSRBYU29:21.64       
 11Scott FaubleFRPortland29:30.57       
 12Mark DenninJRGeorgetown29:30.97       
 13Miles UnterreinerSRStanford29:41.22       
 14Zachary MayhewJRIndiana29:43.79       
 15Michael FoutJRFlorida State29:47.25       
 16Brian LeungSRPrinceton29:58.45       
 17Brendan GreggSRStanford30:10.50       
 18Sean KeverenJRVirginia30:15.40       
 19Tito MedranoJRSyracuse30:23.59       
 20Martin GradySONotre Dame30:32.93       
 21Ben CheruiyotSREastern Kentucky30:45.06       
 22Alexander LundySRGeorgetown31:00.68       
 DNFGirma MechesoJROklahoma State        
 DNFDaniel MutaiJRUL-Monroe        

2013 Field

  1   1049 Paul Katam                    JR UNC-Greensbo       29:50.22 
  2    284 Michael Fout                  SR Florida Stat       29:54.22 
  3     49 Lawi Lalang                   JR Arizona            29:54.66 
  4     84 Solomon Haile                 JR Arkansas           29:55.59 
  5    739 Girma Mecheso                 SR Oklahoma Sta       29:56.88 
  6    307 Andrew Springer               JR Georgetown         29:57.14 
  7    812 Michael Franklin              SR Princeton          29:57.31 
  8    810 Chris Bendtsen                JR Princeton          29:59.15 
  9    888 Kevin McDonnell               SR St. Joseph's       29:59.82 
 10   1094 Thomas Porter                 JR Virginia           30:00.23 
 11    199 Mike Murphy                   SR Columbia           30:00.54 
 12    391 Zachary Mayhew                SR Indiana            30:01.05 
 13    289 Breandan O'Neill              SR Florida Stat       30:01.28 
 14    241 Thijs Nijhuis                 SO Eastern Kent       30:01.70 
 15    147 Jared Ward                    JR BYU                30:01.87 
 16    341 Maksim Korolev                JR Harvard            30:02.08 
 17    954 Ryan Dohner                   JR Texas              30:04.45 
 18    882 Nate Jewkes                   JR Southern Uta       30:07.04 
 19    373 Hunter Mickow                 SR Illinois           30:10.93 
 20    145 Tylor Thatcher                JR BYU                30:11.22 
 21    958 Craig Lutz                    SO Texas              30:18.01 
 22    772 Parker Stinson                JR Oregon             30:23.10 
 23    733 Kevin Williams                SR Oklahoma           30:23.88 
 24    769 Matthew Melancon              FR Oregon             30:27.59

Men’s 5000: What A field: 13:08 Versus 13:15 Versus 13:18

Lalang is expected to double back here and is a big favorite with his 13:08 pb. However, this isn’t a guarantee for him as he’s got two in this one who will be fresh waiting for him. Northern Arizona’s Diego Estrada has a 13:15 behind him this year. BU Northeastern junior Eric Jenkins has run 13:18.

Quick Take #1: Both Estrada and Jenkins are VERY good and this race should be a treat to watch. But since neither was able to beat Lalang indoors in the 3000 when he was doubling back on the same day from the mile final, we don’t know why they’d be able to do it outdoors when he’ll have a day off between the 10,000 and 5,000 finals.

Quick Take #2: Estrada is trying to avoid leaving NCAAs like Chris Derrick did last year – with the label of “One of the greatest guys to never have won an NCAA title tag” forever associated with him. Derrick never won and he ran 13:19/27:31 in college. Estrada has run 13:15 and 27:32.

2013 Indoor 5000 Results

Finals                                                                       
  1 Kennedy Kithuka           SR Texas Tech            13:25.38   10         
  2 Diego Estrada             SR Northern Arizona      13:30.24    8         
  3 Girma Mecheso             SR Oklahoma State        13:40.28    6         
  4 Maverick Darling          SR Wisconsin             13:41.25    5         
  5 Mohammed Ahmed            JR Wisconsin             13:41.84    4         
  6 Anthony Rotich            SO UTEP                  13:43.52    3         
  7 Stanley Kebenei           JR Arkansas              13:45.87    2         
  8 Luke Caldwell             JR New Mexico            13:46.44    1         
  9 Jared Ward                JR BYU                   13:54.04              
 10 Dan Lowry                 SR Michigan              13:54.41              
 11 Shadrack Kipchirchir      SR Oklahoma State        13:55.00              
 12 Elliot Krause             SR Wisconsin             13:55.31              
 13 Jeramy Elkaim             SO Oregon                14:08.42              
 14 Bobby Aprill              SR Michigan              14:10.96              
 15 Tylor Thatcher            JR BYU                   14:12.55              
 16 Kevin Williams            SR Oklahoma              14:33.79

2012 Outdoor Results

 PlaceAthlete NameYrAffiliationTime  Pts    
 1Cameron LevinsSRSouthern Utah13:40.05  10     
 2Paul ChelimoSOUNC-Greensboro13:41.04      
 3Lawi LalangSOArizona13:42.20      
 4Hassan MeadSRMinnesota13:42.53      
 5Stephen SambuSRArizona13:43.76      
 6Trevor DunbarSOOregon13:44.16      
 7Mohammed AhmedSOWisconsin13:50.32      
 8Girma MechesoJROklahoma State13:57.08      
 9George AlexSROklahoma13:57.84       
 10Parker StinsonSOOregon13:58.28       
 11Dan LowrySRBrown14:00.04       
 12Mitch GooseSRIona14:02.53       
 13Brendan GreggSRStanford14:03.29       
 14Joe StilinSRPrinceton14:03.76       
 15Chris KwiatkowskiSROregon14:05.38       
 16Soufiane BouchikhiJREastern Kentucky14:08.68       
 17David RooneyJRMcNeese State14:09.95       
 18Sandy RobertsSRNorth Carolina St.14:10.92       
 19Ben HubersSRIndiana14:13.80       
 20Dan QuigleyJRMissouri14:17.71       
 21William MulherinJRVirginia Tech14:30.11       
 22Terefe EjiguJREastern Michigan14:34.09       
 23Joseph ChebetJRWestern Kentucky14:36.48       
 24Bobby MoldovanSRNorth Carolina St.14:44.62       

Participants

Event 7  Men 5000 Meter Run
===============================================================================
    American:  12:53.60  7/22/2011   Bernard Lagat, Nike                       
College Best:  13:08.4h  5/13/1978   Henry Rono, Washington State              
   NCAA Meet:  13:20.63  6/2/1979    Sydney Maree, Villanova                   
           Name                        Year School                 Seed           
===============================================================================
  1     49 Lawi Lalang                   JR Arizona            13:41.87 
  2     79 Kemoy Campbell                JR Arkansas           13:45.85 
  3    673 Diego Estrada                 SR Northern Ari       13:46.90 
  4    739 Girma Mecheso                 SR Oklahoma Sta       13:49.39 
  5   1048 Paul Chelimo                  JR UNC-Greensbo       13:49.94 
  6   1149 Reed Connor                   JR Wisconsin          13:51.09 
  7    603 Dan Quigley                   SR Missouri           13:51.24 
  8    900 Erik Olson                    JR Stanford           13:53.68 
  9   1093 Mark Amirault                 SR Virginia           14:00.54 
 10    792 Sam Masters                   SR Penn State         14:00.84 
 11    400 Mitch Goose                   SR Iona               14:01.22 
 12    619 Andrew Colley                 JR North Caroli       14:01.41 
 13    775 Thomas Awad                   FR Penn               14:04.24 
 14    559 Caleb Rhynard                 FR Michigan Sta       14:04.47 
 15    667 Eric Jenkins                  JR Northeastern       14:05.25 
 16    240 Wade Meddles                  JR Eastern Kent       14:06.31 
 17    307 Andrew Springer               JR Georgetown         14:07.02 
 18    196 Daniel Everett                SO Columbia           14:07.43 
 19    197 Mark Feigen                   SR Columbia           14:08.70 
 20    989 Henry Lelei                   SR Texas A&M          14:11.52 
 21    738 Kirubel Erassa                SO Oklahoma Sta       14:11.95 
 22    652 Luke Caldwell                 JR New Mexico         14:12.27 
 23    677 Futsum Zienasellassie         FR Northern Ari       14:12.32 
 24   1150 Maverick Darling              SR Wisconsin          14:12.43

Men’s Steeplechase: Henry Lelei is the favorite

The top three from last year are all graduated, and as a result, last year’s fourth placer Henry Lelei of Texas A&M is the favorite. In addition to being the top returner, he’s also the NCAA leader this year at 8:27.

Who can challenge him?

Florida State’s 18-year old freshman Zac Seddon of Great Britain, who has run 8:34 this year, is very good. The 5th placer at the 2011 World Youths is a big time talent but good luck winning an NCAA title as a frosh.

The only other collegiates in the field under 8:40 this year are Arkansas’s Stanley Kebenei (8:36),   Portland’s Jared Bassett (8:36), and UTEP’s Anthony Rotich (8:37) and Aric VanHalen of Colorado and Alex Brill of Wisconsin who did it at Regionals.

The red-shirt senior Bassett is the top American entrant. He’s been having a monster senior year as he came in with just an 8:50 pb. Basett ran 8:38 last year. He’s from Coos Bay, Oregon (hometown of Steve Prefontaine) so maybe he’ll get some local fan support as well.

2     87 Stanley Kebenei               SO Arkansas            8:36.08 
  3    804 Jared Bassett                 SR Portland            8:36.46 
  4   1082 Anthony Rotich                SO UTEP                8:37.49

2012 Results

PlaceAthlete NameYrAffiliationTime  Pts    
 1Donn CabralSRPrinceton8:35.44  10     
 2Craig ForysSRMichigan8:40.66      
 3Cory LeslieSROhio State8:40.98      
 4Henry LeleiJRTexas A&M8:42.07      
 5Travis MahoneySRTemple8:43.29      
 6Anthony RotichFRUTEP8:46.01      
 7De’Sean TurnerSRIndiana8:46.04      
 8Carl StonesSRTulsa8:46.67      
 9Adrien DannemillerSRIndiana8:47.86       
 10Aric VanHalenJRColorado8:50.64       
 11Benjamin JohnsonSRStanford8:52.96       
 12Jim WalmsleySRAir Force8:57.99       
 13Tom WadeSRLamar9:03.59       
 14Andrew PooreSRIndiana9:25.95       

2013 Participants

Event 6  Men 3000 Meter Steeplechase Prelims
===============================================================================
    American:  8:08.82  7/14/2006   Daniel Lincoln                             
College Best:  8:05.4h  5/13/1978   Henry Rono, Washington State               
   NCAA Meet:  8:12.39  6/1/1978    Henry Rono, Washington State               
           Name                        Year School                 Seed           
===============================================================================
  1    989 Henry Lelei                   SR Texas A&M           8:27.62 
  2     87 Stanley Kebenei               SO Arkansas            8:36.08 
  3    804 Jared Bassett                 SR Portland            8:36.46 
  4   1082 Anthony Rotich                SO UTEP                8:37.49 
  5    191 Aric VanHalen                 SR Colorado            8:38.23 
  6   1148 Alex Brill                    JR Wisconsin           8:39.52 
  7    993 Isaac Spencer                 SO Texas A&M           8:40.87 
  8   1137 Tomas Cotter                  SR Wichita Stat        8:41.02 
  9    493 Mattias Wolter                JR Louisville          8:41.29 
 10   1123 John Coyle                    SR Weber State         8:41.64 
 11    144 Curtis Carr                   JR BYU                 8:41.70 
 12    545 Mason Ferlic                  FR Michigan            8:41.83 
 13    476 Luis Orta                     SR Kentucky            8:42.22 
 14    343 Dakota Peachee                SR High Point          8:43.46 
 15    265 Mark Parrish                  JR Florida             8:43.63 
 16    291 Zak Seddon                    FR Florida Stat        8:43.65 
 17    737 Fabian Clarkson               SO Oklahoma Sta        8:43.73 
 18    239 Ole Hesselbjerg               SO Eastern Kent        8:45.37 
 19    963 Trevor Van Ackeren            SR Texas               8:46.05 
 20    392 Robby Nierman                 JR Indiana             8:46.95 
 21    397 Dustin Betz                   SR Indiana Stat        8:47.19 
 22    393 Joshua Roche                  FR Indiana             8:47.44 
 23    305 Max Darrah                    SO Georgetown          8:47.82 
 24    306 Dylan Sorensen                JR Georgetown          8:50.29

 

 

 


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