NCAA FORMCHART—Women

Chart #6 (click here for men’s chart)

compiled by Jack Pfeifer (as of May 24)

The Conferences Change Everything

Our snow globe turned a bit murky for a while as the Super Conference Weekend played out. And when all the white dust had settled, what in our edition No. 5 of the NCAA Women’s Formchart had been a tight-tight team battle with 4 squads within 5 points had become 4 spread out over 16, and favored Texas seeing its projected winning margin creeping up from 3 to 4.

Mario Sategna’s Longhorns improved their stock by 6 points, but the Gators dropped by 7, Texas A&M improved by 7 and Oregon gained 5, so that the 1-2-3-4 teams from last time are now 1-4-3-2. Note that Oregon has a trio of No. 9 rankers, so the potential is there for more if things break right.

There are no fewer than 7 new event leaders in this edition: Morolake Akinosun (Texas), Olivia Ekponé (Texas A&M) 200, Courtney Okolo (Texas) 400, Kendra Harrison (Kentucky) 400H, Rochelle Farqurharson (Mississippi State) LJ, Ciarra Brewer (Florida) TJ & Fawn Miller (Florida) JT.

The 10-deep predictions for each event (slightly revised after Regionals declarations):

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TOP 10 TEAMS
Team Points Place On Last
Formchart
1. Texas 70 (1)
2. Texas A&M 66 (4)
3. Oregon 65 (3)
4. Florida 54 (2)
5. Kentucky 42 (6)
6. Georgia 34 (5)
7. Boise State 22 (=11)
8. Stanford 20 (7)
=9. Kansas 19 (=16)
=9. USC 19 (=14)
(complete team scores below)

 

100 METERS
1. Morolake Akinosun Texas So
2. Olivia Ekpone Texas A&M Jr
3. Jenna Prandini Oregon So
4. Remona Burchell' Alabama Jr
5. Dezerea Bryant Kentucky Jr
6. Sharika Nelvis Arkansas State Sr
7. Keilah Tyson Kentucky Jr
8. Aaliyah Brown Texas A&M Fr
9. Ashley Marshall UC Davis Jr
10. Katie Wise Indiana State So

 

200 METERS
1. Olivia Ekpone Texas A&M Jr
2. Jenna Prandini Oregon So
3. Morolake Akinosun Texas So
4. Dezerea Bryant Kentucky Jr
5. Cierra White Texas Tech So
6. Tynia Gaither’ USC Jr
7. Mahagony Jones Penn State Sr
8. Kamaria Brown Texas A&M Jr
9. Jssica Davis USC Sr
10. Jada Martin LSU Fr

 

400 METERS
1. Courtney Okolo Texas So
2. Phyllis Francis Oregon Sr
3. Kendall Baisden Texas Fr
4. Robin Reynolds Florida So
5. Shakima Wimbley Miami Fr
6. Chizoba Okodogbe Oregon Sr
7. Briana Nelson Texas Sr
8. Shapri Romero Arizona Sr
9. Jordan Lavender Virginia Jr
10. Ashley Spencer Texas Jr

 

800 METERS
1. Laura Roesler Oregon Sr
2. Yanique Malcolm’ Alabama Sr
3. Rosalie Waller Utah Sr
4. Annie Leblanc’ Oregon So
5. Claudia Saunders Stanford So
6. Amy Weissenbach Stanford So
7. Megan Melasarte Georgia Sr
8. Savannah Camacho Oklahoma State So
9. Samantha Murphy' Oregon Sr
10. Megan Krumpoch Dartmouth Sr

 

1500 METERS
1. Emily Lipari Villanova Sr
2. Shelby Houlihan Arizona State Jr
3. Cory McGee Florida Sr
4. Allison Peare Kentucky Sr
5. Marta Klebe Penn State Sr
6. Molly Hanson Wisconsin So
7. Agata Strausa’ Florida Sr
8. Carly Hamilton Georgia Jr
9. Rebecca Mehra Stanford Fr
10. Rhianwedd Price’ Mississippi State Fr

 

STEEPLE
1. Shalaya Kipp Colorado Sr
2. Rachel Sorna Cornell Sr
3. Leah O’Connor Michigan State So
4. Rachel Johnson Baylor Jr
5. Grace Heymsfield Arkansas Jr
6. Marisa Howard Boise Jr
7. Cornelia Griesche’ Mississippi State So
8. Victoria Voronko’ Eastern Michigan Jr
9. Megan Patrignelli Oregon Sr
10. Alexa Aragon Notre Dame Sr

 

5000 METERS
1. Abbey D’Agostino Dartmouth Jr
2. Aisling Cuffe Stanford Jr
3. Marielle Hall Texas Sr
4. Emma Bates Boise Jr
5. Kate Avery' Iona So
6. Dominique Scott’ Arkansas So
7. Diane Robison Arkansas Jr
8. Elinor Kirk’ UAB Sr
9. Sarah Collins' Providence So
10. Jessica Tonn Stanford Jr

 

10,000 METERS
1. Emma Bates Boise Jr
2. Juliet Bottorff Duke Sr
3. Elinor Kirk' UAB Sr
4. Emily Stites William & Mary So
5. Erin Finn Michigan Fr
6. Hannah Walker Florida State Jr
7. Elvin Kibet’ Arizona Jr
8. Kelsey Santisteban Cal Jr
9. Abby Levene Colorado Sr
10. Megan Goethals Washington Sr

 

100 HURDLES
1. Sharika Nelvis Arkansas State Sr
2. Kendra Harrison Kentucky Jr
3. Bridgette Owens Florida Jr
4. Jasmin Stowers LSU Sr
5. Tiffani McReynolds Baylor Jr
6. Morgan Snow Texas So
7. Cindy Ofili Michigan So
8. Le’Tristan Pledger Texas Tech So
9. Lauren Blackburn USC Sr
10. Jade Barber Notre Dame Jr

 

400 HURDLES
1. Kendra Harrison Kentucky Jr
2. Shamier Little Texas A&M Fr
3. Kiah Seymour Penn State So
4. Janeil Bellille’ Texas A&M Jr
5. Nikita Tracey’ LSU Sr
6. Chanice Chase’ LSU So
7. Danielle Dowie’ Texas Jr
8. Alexis Franklin Ohio State So
9. Jessica Gelibert’ Coastal Carolina So
10. Ese Okoro’ Iowa State Sr

 

4 x 100
1. Texas A&M Texas A&M  
2. USC USC  
3. Kentucky Kentucky  
4. Florida Florida  
5. Texas Texas  
6. Oregon Oregon  
7. Central Florida UCF  
8. Alabama Alabama  
9. Florida State Florida State  
10. Houston Houston  

 

4 x 400
1. Texas Texas  
2. Oregon Oregon  
3. Texas A&M Texas A&M  
4. Florida Florida  
5. USC USC  
6. Arkansas Arkansas  
7. Kentucky Kentucky  
8. Baylor Baylor  
9. Penn State Penn State  
10. Texas Tech Texas Tech  

 

HIGH JUMP
1. Leontia Kallenou' Georgia So
2. Tynita Butts East Carolina Sr
3. Allison Barwise Boston U Sr
4. Amina Smith Maryland Sr
5. Charlotte Muschamp’ Washington State Jr
6. Dior Delophont’ Kent State So
7. Erika Hurd Cincinnati So
8. Shanay Briscoe Texas Sr
9. Kate Wolanin Eastern Michigan Jr
10. Mimi Land Clemson So

 

POLE VAULT
1. Kaitlin Petrillose Texas So
2. Annika Roloff' Akron So
3. Sandi Morris Arkansas Jr
4. Alysha Newman’ Miami So
5. Martina Schultze’ Virginia Tech Jr
6. Megan Clark Duke So
7. Sophie Gutermuth Indiana So
8. Kelsie Ahbe Indiana Sr
9. Neal Tisher UAB Sr
10. Annie Rhodes Baylor Fr

 

LONG JUMP
1. Rochelle Farquharson Mississippi State Sr
2. Jenna Prandini Oregon So
3. Chanice Porter' Georgia So
4. Kylie Price UCLA Jr
5. Erica Twiss Kansas State Sr
6. Sydney Conley Kansas So
7. Alexis Perry NC State So
8. LaQue Moen-Davis Texas A&M Fr
9. Lorraine Ugen’ TCU Sr
10. Jen Clayton’ UCF Sr

 

TRIPLE JUMP
1. Ciarra Brewer Florida Jr
2. Shanieka Thomas' San Diego State Sr
3. LaQue Moen-Davis Texas A&M So
4. Viktoria Sadokhina’ Oklahoma State Fr
5. Jasia Richardson Marshall Sr
6. Ellie Ewere Nebraska Jr
7. Marshay Ryan Auburn Fr
8. Lynnika Pitts LSU Sr
9. Christina Epps Coppin State Sr
10. Nickevea Wilson’ UTEP Jr

 

SHOT
1. Julie Labonté' Arizona Sr
2. Christina Hillman Iowa State Jr
3. Jill Rushin Missouri Jr
4. Kearsten Peoples Missouri Jr
5. Tremanisha Taylor NC State Jr
6. Jessica Ramsey Western Kentucky Sr
7. Mary Theisen Indiana State Sr
8. Kyla Buckley Indiana Sr
9. Brittany Mann Oregon Fr
10. Tori Bliss LSU Jr

 

DISCUS
1. Shelbi Vaughan Texas A&M So
2. Jessica Maroszek Kansas Jr
3. Danniel Thomas’ Kent State So
4. Jessica Sharbono Colorado State Sr
5. Alex Collatz USC Jr
6. Valarie Allman Stanford Fr
7. Kellion Knibb’ Florida State So
8. Alexis Cooks Akron Jr
9. Kearsten Peoples Missouri Jr
10. Julie Labonte’ Arizona Sr

 

HAMMER
1. Julia Ratcliffe' Princeton So
2. Brooke Pleger Bowling Green Jr
3. Jillian Weir’ Oregon Jr
4. Brittany Funk Akron Sr
5. Hayli Bozarth Boise Sr
6. Sara Savatovic' Kansas State So
7. Elizabeth Tepe Georgia Sr
8. Lauren Stuart’ Northern Arizona Sr
9. Denise Hinton LSU Sr
10. Kayla Kovar Southern Utah Sr

 

JAVELIN
1. Fawn Miller Florida Jr
2. Elizabeth Herrs Oklahoma So
3. Avione Allgood Oklahoma So
4. Marija Vucenovic' Florida So
5. Victoria Paterra Missouri Sr
6. Eva Vivod’ Virginia Tech Fr
7. Brianna Bain Stanford Jr
8. Maggie Malone Nebraska So
9. Freya Jones’ Georgia So
10. Hannah Carson Texas Tech So

 

HEPTATHLON
1. Kendell Williams Georgia Fr
2. Lindsay Vollmer Kansas Jr
3. Nicole Oudenaarden’ San Diego State So
4. Grete Sadeiko’ Florida State Fr
5. Allison Reaser San Diego State Sr
6. Quintunya Chapman Georgia Jr
7. Shanice Stewart Texas Tech Jr
8. Brittney Howell Penn State Sr
9. Brittany Harrell Florida Jr
10. Chari Hawkins Utah State Jr

 

COMPLETE TEAM SCORES
1. Texas 70
2. Texas A&M 66
3. Oregon 65
4. Florida 54
5. Kentucky 42
6. Georgia 34
7. Boise 22
8. Stanford 20
=9. Kansas 19
=9. USC 19
=11. Arkansas 18
=11. San Diego State 18
13. Missouri 15
=14. Akron 14
=14. Alabama 14
=14. Oklahoma 14
=17. Arkansas State 13
=17. Arizona 13
=17. LSU 13
=17. Penn State 13
21. Mississippi State 12
22. Duke 11
=23. Baylor 10
=23. Colorado 10
=23. Dartmouth 10
=23. Florida State 10
=23. Princeton 10
=23. Villanova 10
=29. Kent State 9
=29. Miami 9
=31. Arizona State 8
=31. Bowling Green 8
=31. Cornell 8
=31. East Carolina 8
=31. Iowa State 8
=36. Kansas State 7
=36. Texas Tech 7
=36. UAB 7
=36. Virginia Tech 7
=40. Boston U 6
=40. Michigan 6
=40. Michigan State 6
=40. NC State 6
=40. Oklahoma State 6
=40. Utah 6
=46. Colorado State 5
=46. Maryland 5
=46. UCLA 5
=46. William & Mary 5
=50. Indiana 4
=50. Iona 4
=50. Marshall 4
=50. Nebraska 4
=50. Washington State 4
=55. Wisconsin 3
=55. Western Kentucky 3
=57. Auburn 2
=57. Cincinnati 2
=57. Indiana State 2
=57. UCF 2
=61. Cal 1
=61. Eastern Michigan 1
=61. Northern Arizona 1
=61. Ohio State 1