¶NCAA Indoor m400: Nolan


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¶NCAA Indoor m400: Nolan

Postby Dutra5 » Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:56 pm

Berry with a nice run.

Masters record for Kokorin?
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Re: NCAA Indoor m400

Postby JumboElliott » Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:59 pm

Tyson getting slower?
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Re: NCAA Indoor m400

Postby gh » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:35 am

Section 1 Finals
1 Mike Berry JR Oregon 45.83 8
2 Patrick Feeney JR Notre Dame 46.03 5
3 Anton Kokorin SR Arkansas 46.09 4
4 Christopher Giesting SO Notre Dame 46.99 1
Section 2 Finals
1 Errol Nolan SR Houston 45.75 10
2 Hugh Graham, Jr SO Florida 46.01 6
3 Deon Lendore SO Texas A&M 46.10 3
4 Najee Glass FR Florida 46.54 2
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Re: ¶NCAA Indoor m400: Nolan

Postby 26mi235 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 2:08 pm

Lendore had a mediocre championship; not only did he not win here but even third would have tied them for third overall. And, he was not a factor in the 4x400 either, running his anchor in 47.00, the slowest on the team, including the opening leg, and slower than any other anchor except for GM anchor who went too hard early and died.
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Re: ¶NCAA Indoor m400: Nolan

Postby ATK » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:14 pm

I think Najee Glass had a phenomenal weekend here. I say a bit overshadowed buy A. Baliey last year as HS seniors. He was the last qualifier to NCAA's after improving to 46.5 at a last chance meet, then runs 45.9 in the prelims as the only freshman to make the final, eventually coming in 7th. Top that off with helping the gators to a ACR in the 4x4.
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Re: ¶NCAA Indoor m400: Nolan

Postby dj » Mon Mar 11, 2013 1:00 am

26mi235 wrote:Lendore had a mediocre championship; not only did he not win here but even third would have tied them for third overall. And, he was not a factor in the 4x400 either, running his anchor in 47.00, the slowest on the team, including the opening leg, and slower than any other anchor except for GM anchor who went too hard early and died.


Londore didn't run the 4x400, at least according to both the NCAA results and A&M's website.
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