NCAA FORMCHART—Women

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compiled by Jack Pfeifer (as of April 24)

KU By 1 In A Crowded Field

As tight team battles go, this year’s NCAA Women’s Championships continues to project to be about as tight as they come. Not just because there’s only a single point between Nos. 1 and 2 as we reach our third iteration, but also because there’s only 4 from 1–3 and 11 from 1–8.

In our last projection had Kansas ahead of Oregon and LSU by 2 points and by 3 over Texas A&M. The current tossup finds the Jayhawk margin over the host Ducks down 1, with LSU falling to No. 4 behind the Aggies.

Each of the top 1 figures to have 10 scorers, KU in 8 events, Oregon in 8. Nos 3-4-5, each project with 9 scorers.

Best of all in the thrills & chills department, it should all come down to the climactic 4x4, with all of the top 5 predicted to score. What order that occurs in can clearly result in countless permutations.

Then there’s the Ashley Spencer factor. Take the defending 400 champ out of the 400 hurdles, where she currently has minimal impact, and put her in a high spot in the flat 400 and scores change all over the place because of the way she’d change the scores of the other schools.

And what if Oregon’s English Gardner tries a 100/200 double? We currently aren’t showing her with any points in the long dash.

The 10-deep predictions for each event:

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TOP 10 TEAMS
1. Kansas 53
2. Oregon 52
3. Texas A&M 49
4. LSU 46
5. Arkansas 45
6. Arizona 43
=7. Arizona State 42
=7. Clemson 42
9. Florida 32
=10. Iowa State 30
=10. UCF 30
(complete team scores below)

 

100 METERS
1. English Gardner Oregon Jr
2. Kimberlyn Duncan LSU Sr
3. Octavious Freeman UCF So
4. Dezerea Bryant Clemson So
5. Aurieyall Scott UCF Jr
6. Ashley Collier Texas A&M Jr
7. Ashton Purvis Texas A&M So
8. Jenna Prandini Oregon Fr
9. Cierra White Texas Tech So
10. Kai Selvon’ Auburn Sr

 

200 METERS
1. Kimberlyn Duncan LSU Sr
2. Kamaria Brown Texas A&M So
3. Octavious Freeman UCF So
4. Brianna Rollins Clemson Jr
5. Aurieyall Scott UCF Jr
6. Dezerea Bryant Clemson So
7. Christy Udoh’ Texas Jr
8. Cierra White Texas Tech So
9. Ashton Purvis Texas A&M So
10. Paris Daniels Kansas Sr

 

400 METERS
1. Shaunae Miller’ Georgia Fr
2. Regina George’ Arkansas Sr
3. Phyllis Francis Oregon Jr
4. Sparkle McKnight’ Arkansas Jr
5. Diamond Dixon Kansas Jr
6. Courtney Okolo Texas Fr
7. Ebony Eutsey Florida Jr
8. Shapri Romero Arizona Jr
9. Ericka Rucker South Carolina So
10. Briana Nelson Texas Jr

 

800 METERS
1. Natoya Goule’ LSU Jr
2. Laura Roesler Oregon Jr
3. Rebecca Addison Michigan Sr
4. Charlene Lipsey LSU Sr
5. Natalja Piliušina’ Oklahoma State Jr
6. Bienna Freeman Jacksonville Sr
7. Samantha Murphy’ Illinois Jr
8. Kendra Chambers Texas Sr
9. Justine Fedronic Stanford Sr
10. Cydney Ross Duke Sr

 

1500 METERS
1. Amanda Winslow Florida State Sr
2. Stephanie Brown Arkansas Sr
3. Amanda Mergaert Utah Sr
4. Anne Kesselring’ Oregon Sr
5. Georgie Peel’ Florida State Fr
6. Shelby Houlihan Arizona State So
7. Becca Friday Oregon Sr
8. Greta Feldman Princeton Sr
9. Emily Lipari Villanova Jr
10. Agata Strausa’ Florida Jr

 

STEEPLE
1. Emma Coburn Colorado Sr
2. Colleen Quigley Florida State So
3. Rachel Sorna Cornell Jr
4. Amber Henry Weber State Sr
5. Jessica Furlan’ Nebraska Sr
6. Courtney Frerichs Missouri-Kansas City So
7. Brianna Nerud Syracuse Fr
8. Mel Lawrence Washington Sr
9. Leslie Boozer Georgia Sr
10. Martina Tresch’ Kansas State Sr

 

5000 METERS
1. Abbey D’Agostino Dartmouth Jr
2. Betsy Saina’ Iowa State Sr
3. Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton’ Wichita State Sr
4. Jordan Hasay Oregon Sr
5. Meaghan Nelson Iowa State Sr
6. Emily Sisson Providence Jr
7. Katie Clark Butler Jr
8. Laura Carleton LSU Sr
9. Kathy Kroeger Stanford Sr
10. Chelsea Oswald Kentucky Jr

 

10,000 METERS
1. Betsy Saina’ Iowa State Sr
2. Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton’ Wichita State Sr
3. Jordan Hasay Oregon Sr
4. Megan Goethals Washington Jr
5. Katie Matthews Boston U Sr
6. Jennifer Bergman Arizona Sr
7. Meaghan Nelson Iowa State Sr
8. Sarah Callister Weber State Jr
9. Risper Kimaiyo’ UTEP Sr
10. Catherine White Virginia Sr

 

100 HURDLES
1. Brianna Rollins Clemson Jr
2. Kendra Harrison Clemson So
3. Morgan Snow Texas So
4. Kierre Beckles’ South Carolina Sr
5. Donique’ Flemings Texas A&M Sr
6. Jasmin Stowers LSU Jr
7. Lutisha Bowen UCF Sr
8. Katie Grimes Texas Tech Sr
9. Brea Buchanan UCLA So
10. Jade Barber Notre Dame So

 

400 HURDLES
1. Kori Carter Stanford Jr
2. Georganne Moline Arizona Sr
3. Turquoise Thompson UCLA Sr
4. Kendra Harrison Clemson So
5. Ashley Spencer Illinois So
6. Danielle Dowie’ Texas Jr
7. Nikita Tracey’ LSU Jr
8. Ese Okoro’ Iowa State Sr
9. Keia Pinnick Arizona State Sr
10. Jessica Gelibert Coastal Carolina Fr

 

4 x 100
1. Texas A&M Texas A&M
2. UCF UCF
3. Clemson Clemson
4. Texas Texas
5. LSU LSU
6. Oregon Oregon
7. Florida Florida
8. Arkansas Arkansas
9. Kansas Kansas
10. Auburn Auburn

 

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

 

HIGH JUMP
1. Brigetta Barrett Arizona Sr
2. Jeannelle Scheper’ South Carolina Jr
3. Maya Pressley Auburn Sr
4. Krystle Schade Alabama Jr
5. Shanay Briscoe Texas Jr
6. Makeba Alcide’ Arkansas Sr
7. Michelle Theophille’ Louisville Jr
8. Saniel Grier’ Georgia Sr
9. Megan Glisar South Dakota Jr
10. Amber Melville Maryland So

 

POLE VAULT
1. Morgann LeLeux Georgia So
2. Natalya Bartnovskaya’ Kansas Jr
3. Bethany Buell South Dakota Jr
4. Martina Schultze’ Virginia Tech So
5. Alexis Paine Alabama So
6. Jade Riebold Eastern Illinois Jr
7. Sandi Morris Arkansas Jr
8. MacKenzie Fields Cincinnati Sr
9. Allison Koressel UCLA Sr
10. Leslie Brost North Dakota State Sr

 

LONG JUMP
1. Christabel Nettey’ Arizona State Sr
2. Francine Simpson’ Kansas Sr
3. Kylie Price UCLA So
4. Andrea Geubelle Kansas Sr
5. Lorraine Ugen’ TCU Jr
6. Malaina Payton Cal Jr
7. LaQue Moen-Davis Texas A&M Fr
8. Sydney Conley Kansas Fr
9. A’Lexus Brannon Texas Sr
10. Karimah Shepherd NC State Sr

 

TRIPLE JUMP
1. Andrea Geubelle Kansas Sr
2. Shanieka Thomas’ San Diego State Jr
3. LaQue Moen-Davis Texas A&M Fr
4. Ciarra Brewer Florida So
5. Alitta Boyd USC Sr
6. Jhanelle McLeod Georgia Tech Sr
7. Tamara Myers’ Arkansas So
8. Tori Franklin Michigan State So
9. Nadia Eke Columbia So
10. Dior Delophont’ Kent State Fr

 

SHOT
1. Tia Brooks Oklahoma Sr
2. Julie Labonté’ Arizona Sr
3. Felisha Johnson Indiana State Sr
4. Christina Hillman Iowa State So
5. Alyssa Hasslen Arizona Sr
6. Brittany Smith Illinois State Sr
7. Kyla Buckley Indiana Jr
8. Anna Jelmini Arizona State Jr
9. Kearsten Peoples Missouri So
10. Tori Bliss LSU So

 

DISCUS
1. Shelbi Vaughan Texas A&M Fr
2. Anna Jelmini Arizona State Jr
3. Baillie Gibson Arizona So
4. Skylar White Baylor Sr
5. Jessica Maroszek Kansas Jr
6. Taylor Freeman Arizona Sr
7. Becky Famurewa Kentucky Fr
8. Mariah Garcia Wichita State Fr
9. Rebecca Hammar Stanford So
10. Alex Collatz USC So

 

HAMMER
1. Chelsea Cassulo Arizona State Sr
2. Julia Ratcliffe’ Princeton Fr
3. Ida Storm’ UCLA Jr
4. Alena Krechyk’ Kansas Sr
5. Brittany Smith Illinois State Sr
6. Brooke Pleger Bowling Green So
7. Jenny Ozorai’ USC Jr
8. Alexis Thomas Ohio State Sr
9. Erin Atkinson Baylor Jr
10. Victoria Flowers Connecticut Sr

 

JAVELIN
1. Marija Vučenović’ Florida Fr
2. Brianna Bain Stanford So
3. Lauren Kenney Penn State So
4. Hannah Carson Texas Tech Fr
5. Heather Bergmann Kansas Sr
6. Fawn Miller Florida Jr
7. Avionne Allgood Oklahoma Fr
8. Laura Loht Penn State Jr
9. Elizabeth Herrs’ Oklahoma Fr
10. Jessie Merckle Wake Forest Fr

 

HEPTATHLON
1. Keia Pinnick Arizona State Sr
2. Makeba Alcide’ Arkansas Sr
3. Erica Bougard Mississippi State So
4. Nicole Oudenaarden’ San Diego State Fr
5. Sami Spenner Nebraska-Omaha Jr
6. Lindsay Vollmer Kansas So
7. Tanya Friesen Wichita State Sr
8. Lucie Ondraschková’ Georgia Sr
9. Jena Hemann Texas A&M So
10. Tatum Souza UCLA Jr

 

COMPLETE TEAM SCORES
1. Kansas 53
2. Oregon 52
3. Texas A&M 49
4. LSU 46
5. Arkansas 45
6. Arizona 43
=7. Arizona State 42
=7. Clemson 42
9. Florida 32
=10. Iowa State 30
=10. UCF 30
12. Texas 29
=13. Florida State 22
=13. Georgia 22
=15. Stanford 18
=15. UCLA 18
17. Wichita State 17
=18. South Carolina 13
=18. San Diego State 13
20. Oklahoma 12
=21. Colorado 10
=21. Dartmouth 10
=23. Alabama 9
=23. Princeton 9
25. Illinois 8
=26. Illinois State 7
=26. Penn State 7
=26. Texas Tech 7
=29. Auburn 6
=29. Cornell 6
=29. Indiana State 6
=29. Michigan 6
=29. Mississippi State 6
=29. South Dakota 6
=29. USC 6
=29. Utah 6
=29. Washington 6
=29. Weber State 6
=39. Baylor 5
=39. Virginia Tech 5
=41. Boston U 4
=41. Nebraska 4
=41. Nebraska-Omaha 4
=41. Oklahoma State 4
=41. TCU 4
=46. Bowling Green 3
=46. Cal 3
=46. Eastern Illinois 3
=46. Georgia Tech 3
=46. Jacksonville 3
=46. Missouri-Kansas City 3
=46. Providence 3
=53. Butler 2
=53. Indiana 2
=53. Kentucky 2
=53. Louisville 2
=53. Syracuse 2
=58. Cincinnati 1
=58. Michigan State 1
=58. Ohio State 1