¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton


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¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton

Postby gh » Fri Mar 08, 2013 11:43 pm

Finals
1 Princeton 9:33.01 10
1) Michael Williams JR 2) Austin Hollimon SR
3) Russell Dinkins SR 4) Peter Callahan SR
2 Penn State 9:34.00 8
1) Brannon Kidder FR 2) Brandon Bennett-Green JR
3) Za'Von Watkins FR 4) Robby Creese SO
3 Minnesota 9:34.21 6
1) Travis Burkstrand SR 2) Cameron Boy SR
3) Harun Abda SR 4) Nick Hutton SR
4 Indiana 9:34.30 5
1) Rorey Hunter SO 2) Nathan Pierre Louis FR
3) Lance Roller SR 4) Andrew Bayer SR
5 Villanova 9:35.46 4
1) Jordan Williamsz FR 2) Samuel Ellison JR
3) Christopher Fitzsimons JR 4) Sam McEntee JR
6 Oklahoma State 9:35.55 3
1) Kirubel Erassa JR 2) Tyler Payton JR
3) Raul Botezan SR 4) Thomas Farrell SR
7 Illinois 9:35.56 2
1) Kyle Engnell SR 2) Stephon Pamilton JR
3) Ryan Lynn SR 4) Graham Morris SR
8 Stanford 9:39.22 1
1) Tyler Stutzman SR 2) Spencer Chase SR
3) Luke Lefebure SO 4) Michael Atchoo JR
9 Arkansas 9:42.31
1) Cameron Efurd JR 2) Travis Southard JR
3) Anthony Lieghio SR 4) Kemoy Campbell JR
10 Virginia 9:43.70
1) Anthony Kostelac JR 2) Payton Hazzard SO
3) Brandon Burton SO 4) Taylor Gilland JR
11 Oklahoma 9:44.39
1) Brandon Doughty 2) Jamel Wood SR
3) Malcolm Wankel SO 4) Ryan Poland SO
12 Virginia Tech 9:49.69
1) Ryan Hagen SR 2) Jeff Artis-Gray SR
3) Tihut Degfae JR 4) Michael Hammond SR
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Re: ¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton

Postby gh » Fri Mar 08, 2013 11:43 pm

Place Name Affiliation Time L1(1200m) L2(400m) L3(800m) L4(1600m)
1 Princeton PRIN 9:33.01 2:56.66 (2:56.66) 3:43.00 (46.35) 5:31.91 (1:48.92) 9:33.01 (4:01.11)
2 Penn State PSU 9:34.00 2:55.17 (2:55.17) 3:41.72 (46.55) 5:31.25 (1:49.54) 9:34.00 (4:02.75)
3 Minnesota MINN 9:34.21 2:55.43 (2:55.43) 3:42.67 (47.25) 5:31.28 (1:48.61) 9:34.21 (4:02.94)
4 Indiana IND 9:34.30 2:57.02 (2:57.02) 3:45.04 (48.03) 5:35.45 (1:50.41) 9:34.30 (3:58.86)
5 Villanova VILL 9:35.46 2:55.72 (2:55.72) 3:42.61 (46.89) 5:32.64 (1:50.03) 9:35.46 (4:02.83)
6 Oklahoma Sta OKST 9:35.55 2:55.82 (2:55.82) 3:43.32 (47.51) 5:34.92 (1:51.61) 9:35.55 (4:00.63)
7 Illinois ILL 9:35.56 2:57.33 (2:57.33) 3:43.85 (46.53) 5:33.95 (1:50.10) 9:35.56 (4:01.61)
8 Stanford STAN 9:39.22 2:55.88 (2:55.88) 3:43.64 (47.76) 5:34.53 (1:50.89) 9:39.22 (4:04.70)
9 Arkansas ARK 9:42.31 2:58.03 (2:58.03) 3:45.03 (47.01) 5:34.17 (1:49.14) 9:42.31 (4:08.15)
10 Virginia UVA 9:43.70 2:58.90 (2:58.90) 3:45.64 (46.75) 5:38.75 (1:53.11) 9:43.70 (4:04.96)
11 Oklahoma OU 9:44.39 2:58.72 (2:58.72) 3:46.26 (47.55) 5:38.95 (1:52.69) 9:44.39 (4:05.45)
12 Virginia Tec VT 9:49.69 2:57.91 (2:57.91) 3:45.48 (47.58) 5:36.22 (1:50.74) 9:49.69 (4:13.48)
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Re: ¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton

Postby JumboElliott » Sat Mar 09, 2013 12:07 am

I thought Princeton could have been disqualified as he clipped the Villanova anchor and knocked the baton out of the hand of the Arkansas anchor. Championship race though, so *shrug*
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Re: ¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton

Postby 26mi235 » Sat Mar 09, 2013 6:45 am

Bayer is not yet up to his best but he still had the fastest split -- it does help explain why he could not close as some thought he might.
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Re: ¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton

Postby Dutra5 » Sat Mar 09, 2013 10:16 am

JumboElliott wrote:I thought Princeton could have been disqualified as he clipped the Villanova anchor and knocked the baton out of the hand of the Arkansas anchor. Championship race though, so *shrug*


No way. The baton was hit by the Villanova guy anyway.
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Re: ¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton

Postby JumboElliott » Sat Mar 09, 2013 11:54 am

Because he was clipped twice by Callahan.
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Re: ¶NCAA mDMR: Princeton

Postby Dutra5 » Sat Mar 09, 2013 1:04 pm

JumboElliott wrote:Because he was clipped twice by Callahan.


Actually it was because he put his baton hand out to steady himself and caught the Villanova guy's arm. This is a reach...at best.
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