NCAA FORMCHART—Women

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compiled by Jack Pfeifer (as of May 18)

Oregon & LSU Still Neck And Neck, But Here Comes Kansas!…

Much has changed individually in the three weeks since we issued our first set of NCAA women’s predictions for 2012, but the team tussle is still projecting to be as close as close can be, with LSU topping Oregon by a single point.

There just isn’t much to choose between the Ducks and the Bayou Bengals. In our first chart of the year the LSU bunch projected as a single-point favorite, 60–59. When we did the first update of the season, it was still a single point, 58–57.

And now it’s once again just the smallest of margins between the two. The difference this time is that Oregon is now on top, 59–58.

But they are no longer the only two squads with a realistic chance of coming out on top. Kansas is coming on like gangbusters and is only another 3 points back.

And guess what? All 3 schools are projected to score points in the climactic 4x4, so we could see drama of the highest order in Des Moines come June.

There are 5 new picks as No. 1: 1500—Jordan Hasay (Oregon), Steeple—Shalaya Kipp (Colorado), 4x1—Texas A&M, long jump—Tori Bowie (Southern Miss), triple jump—Ganna Demydova (Southern Miss).

The 10-deep predictions for each event:

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TOP 10 TEAMS
1. Oregon 59
2. LSU 58
3. Kansas 55
4. Arizona 39
5. Texas 37
6. Central Florida 31
7. Florida 27
8. Texas A&M 25
9. Southern Illinois 24
10. Clemson 23
(complete team scores below)

 

100 METERS
1. English Gardner Oregon So
2. Kimberlyn Duncan LSU Jr
3. Octavious Freeman Central Florida Fr
4. Chelsea Hayes Louisiana Tech Sr
5. Semoy Hackett' LSU Sr
6. Ashley Collier Texas A&M So
7. Aurieyall Scott Central Florida So
8. Dezerea Bryant Clemson Fr
9. Tori Bowie Sn Mississippi Sr
10. Dominique Duncan Texas A&M Sr

 

200 METERS
1. Kimberlyn Duncan LSU Jr
2. Octavious Freeman Central Florida Fr
3. Paris Daniels Kansas Jr
4. Allison Peter’ Texas Jr
5. Ashley Collier Texas A&M So
6. Semoy Hackett’ LSU Sr
7. Darshay Davis Florida So
8. Cambrya Jones Pitt Sr
9. Dezerea Bryant Clemson Fr
10. Dominique Duncan Texas A&M Sr

 

400 METERS
1. Diamond Dixon Kansas So
2. Ashley Spencer Illinois Fr
3. Regina George Arkansas Jr
4. Rebecca Alexander LSU Sr
5. Kanika Beckles’ Texas A&M Jr
6. Phyllis Francis Oregon So
7. Marlena Wesh’ Clemson Jr
8. Ebony Eutsey Florida So
9. Diamond Richardson Baylor Sr
10. Lenora Guion-Firmin’ Maryland-En Shore Jr

 

800 METERS
1. Nachelle Mackie BYU Jr
2. Anne Kesselring' Oregon Jr
3. Charlene Lipsey LSU Jr
4. Chanelle Price Tennessee Sr
5. Laura Roesler Oregon So
6. Ashley Miller Nebraska Sr
7. Caroline King Boston College Sr
8. Shelby Houlihan Arizona State Fr
9. Tasha Stanley North Carolina Sr
10. Nijgia Snapp Tennessee Jr

 

1500 METERS
1. Jordan Hasay Oregon Jr
2. Emily Infeld Georgetown Jr
3. Natalja Piliusina’ Oklahoma State So
4. Lucy Van Dalen’ Stony Brook Sr
5. Becca Friday Oregon Jr
6. Katie Flood Washington So
7. Amanda Winslow Florida State Jr
8. Cory McGee Florida So
9. Kristen Gillespie Arkansas Sr
10. Jillian Smith Michigan So

 

STEEPLE
1. Shalaya Kipp Colorado Jr
2. Genevieve LaCaze’ Florida Sr
3. Aisha Praught Illinois State Sr
4. Alexi Pappas Dartmouth Sr
5. Alyssa Kulik’ Clemson Sr
6. Rebekah Stowe Kansas Sr
7. Amber Henry Weber State Jr
8. Colleen Quigley Florida State Fr
9. Eva Krchová' South Florida Sr
10. Kimber Mattox Oregon Sr

 

5000
1. Sheila Reid' Villanova Sr
2. Abbey D’Agostino Dartmouth So
3. Jessica Tebo Colorado Gr
4. Alex Kosinski Oregon Sr
5. Kathy Kroeger Stanford So
6. Emily Sisson Providence So
7. Natosha Rogers Texas A&M Jr
8. Aliphine Tuliamuk’ Wichita State Jr
9. Bogdana Mimic’ Villanova Jr
10. Elvin Kibet’ Arizona So

 

10,000
1. Aliphine Tuliamuk' Wichita State Jr
2. Sarah Waldron’ New Mexico Sr
3. Jennifer Bergman Arizona Jr
4. Deborah Maier Cal Jr
5. Meaghan Nelson Iowa State Jr
6. Becky Wade Rice Jr
7. Katie Kellner Cornell Jr
8. Rose Tanui’ Texas Tech Sr
9. Sarah Callister Weber State Jr
10. Juliet Bottorff Duke Jr
100H
1. Christina Manning Ohio State Sr
2. Bridgette Owens Clemson So
3. Jasmin Stowers LSU So
4. Kori Carter Stanford So
5. Jackie Coward Central Florida Sr
6. Brianna Rollins Clemson Jr
7. Donique’ Flemings Texas A&M Jr
8. Chelsea Carrier-Eades West Virginia Sr
9. Tiffani McReynolds Baylor So
10. Katie Nelms Stanford So

 

400 HURDLES
1. Georganne Moline Arizona Jr
2. Ellen Wortham Tennessee Sr
3. Turquoise Thompson UCLA Jr
4. Kianna Elahi Iowa State Sr
5. Danielle Dowie Texas So
6. Dalilah Muhammad USC Sr
7. Cassandra Tate LSU Sr
8. Kendra Harrison Clemson Fr
9. London Finley Georgetown Sr
10. Thandi Stewart Miami So

 

4 x 100
1. Texas A&M Texas A&M
2. LSU LSU
3. Central Florida Central Florida
4. Texas Texas
5. Texas Tech Texas Tech
6. Oregon Oregon
7. Kansas Kansas
8. Clemson Clemson
9. Auburn Auburn
10. Ohio State Ohio State

 

4 x 400
1. Texas Texas
2. Kansas Kansas
3. LSU LSU
4. Arkansas Arkansas
5. Arizona Arizona
6. Florida Florida
7. Oregon Oregon
8. Illinois Illinois
9. Texas A&M Texas A&M
10. Texas Tech Texas Tech

 

HIGH JUMP
1. Brigetta Barrett Arizona Jr
2. Shanay Briscoe Texas So
3. Toni Young Oklahoma State So
4. Victoria Lucas Texas Sr
5. Tynita Butts East Carolina So
6. Allison Barwise Boston U Jr
7. Krystle Schade Alabama So
8. Taylor Burke Florida Fr
9. Barbara Nwaba UC Santa Barbara Sr
10. Michelle Theophille’ Louisville So

 

POLE VAULT
1. Tina Sutej' Arkansas Sr
2. Morgann LeLeux Georgia Fr
3. Katerina Stefanídi' Stanford Sr
4. Shade Weygandt Texas Tech Jr
5. Stephanie Richartz Illinois So
6. Martina Schultze’ Virginia Tech Fr
7. Logan Miller Washington Jr
8. Beth Buell South Dakota So
9. Shaylah Simpson Arizona State So
10. Mandissa Marshall George Mason Jr

 

LONG JUMP
1. Tori Bowie Sn Mississippi Sr
2. Whitney Gipson TCU Sr
3. Chelsea Hayes Louisiana Tech Sr
4. Sonnisha Williams Central Florida Jr
5. Andrea Geubelle Kansas Jr
6. Francine Simpson’ Kansas Jr
7. Lorraine Ugen’ TCU Fr
8. Ti’anca Mock Oklahoma Sr
9. Leah Eber Purdue Sr
10. Arantxa King’ Stanford Sr

 

TRIPLE JUMP
1. Ganna Demydova’ Sn Mississippi Sr
2. Andrea Geubelle Kansas Jr
3. Ciarra Brewer Florida Fr
4. Michelle Jenije Florida State Sr
5. Shanieka Thomas’ San Diego State So
6. April Sinkler Clemson Sr
7. Jessica Ubanyionwu Baylor Sr
8. Colleen Felix’ Georgia Jr
9. Anna Weigandt Nebraska So
10. Lauryn Newson Oregon Sr

 

SHOT
1. Tia Brooks Oklahoma Jr
2. Alyssa Hasslen Arizona Jr
3. Jeneva McCall Southern Illinois Sr
4. Brittany Smith Illinois State Jr
5. Kearsten Peoples Missouri Fr
6. Chinwe Okoro Louisville Sr
7. Annie Alexander’ Tennessee Sr
8. Ifeatu Okafor Texas Tech Jr
9. Skylar White Baylor Jr
10. Michelle Anumba Duke So

 

DISCUS
1. Anna Jelmini Arizona State So
2. Jeneva McCall Southern Illinois Sr
3. Annie Alexander' Tennessee Sr
4. Chinwe Okoro Louisville Sr
5. Erin Pendleton Michigan Jr
6. Whitney Ashley San Diego State Sr
7. Skylar White Baylor Jr
8. Lindsey Spencer Utah State Sr
9. Hilenn James’ Georgia So
10. Morgan Wilken Nebraska Jr

 

HAMMER
1. Jeneva McCall Southern Illinois Sr
2. Amanda Bingson UNLV Sr
3. Alana Krechyk’ Kansas Jr
4. Marissa Minderler USC Sr
5. Brittany Smith Illinois State Jr
6. Jenny Ozorai’ USC So
7. Ida Storm’ UCLA So
8. Taylor Bush Arizona Jr
9. Melissa Kurzdorfer Penn State So
10. Alexis Thomas Ohio State So

 

JAVELIN
1. Brittany Borman Oklahoma Sr
2. Melissa Fraser' De Paul Sr
3. Brianna Bain Stanford Fr
4. Heather Bergmann Kansas Sr
5. Leigh Petranoff Illinois State Sr
6. Alanna Kovacs’ De Paul Sr
7. Ana Ruzevic’ Tulane Sr
8. Courtney Simmons Washington State Sr
9. Allison Updike Georgia Fr
10. Jenna Wargo Louisville So

 

HEPTATHLON
1. Brianne Theisen' Oregon Sr
2. Barbara Nwaba UC Santa Barbara Sr
3. Chelsea Carrier-Eades West Virginia Sr
4. Brittany Harrell Florida So
5. Kiani Profit Maryland Sr
6. Jessica Flax Wisconsin Sr
7. Keia Pinnick Arizona State So
8. Ryann Krais Kansas State Sr
9. Allison Reaser San Diego State So
10. Precious Nwokey Texas Tech Sr

 

COMPLETE TEAM SCORES
1. Oregon 59
2. LSU 58
3. Kansas 55
4. Arizona 39
5. Texas 37
6. Central Florida 31
7. Florida 27
8. Texas A&M 25
9. Southern Illinois 24
10. Clemson 23
=11. Arkansas 21
=11. Oklahoma 21
=11. Stanford 21
=11. Tennessee 21
15. Sn Mississippi 20
16. Illinois State 19
17. Colorado 16
=18. Arizona State 13
=18. Dartmouth 13
=18. Illinois 13
21. Oklahoma State 12
=22. De Paul 11
=22. Louisiana Tech 11
=22. Texas Tech 11
=22. USC 11
=22. Wichita State 11
=27. BYU 10
=27. Ohio State 10
=27. TCU 10
=27. Villanova 10
=31. Georgia 9
=31. Iowa State 9
=33. Florida State 8
=33. Georgetown 8
=33. Louisville 8
=33. New Mexico 8
=33. UCLA 8
=33. UC Santa Barbara 8
=33. UNLV 8
=40. San Diego State 7
=40. West Virginia 7
=42. Cal 5
=42. Stony Brook 5
=42. Washington 5
=45. Baylor 4
=45. East Carolina 4
=45. Maryland 4
=45. Michigan 4
=45. Missouri 4
=50. Boston U 3
=50. Nebraska 3
=50. Providence 3
=50. Rice 3
=50. Virginia Tech 3
=50. Wisconsin 3
=56. Alabama 2
=56. Boston College 2
=56. Cornell 2
=56. Tulane 2
=56. Weber State 2
=61. Kansas State 1
=61. Pitt 1
=61. South Dakota 1
=61. Utah State 1
=61. Washington State 1