Post by Nevada Hoya on May 18, 2012 23:20:01 GMT -5
In the Occidental High Performance meet Liam Boylan-Pett finished 2nd in his 800m heat in 1:47.71. In the first heat of the 1500m Liz Maloy ran 4:09.64 for 8th and Treniere Moser finished 9th in 4:10.79. In the second heat Maggie Infeld came in 8th in 4:09.76. In the third heat Renee Tomlin finished 3rd in 4:14.92.
In the men's 1500m, Andrew Bumbalough finished 12th in 3:40.11 in the first heat. Michael Banks finished 11th in his heat in 3:43.92.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 19, 2012 15:22:04 GMT -5
Bumbi was not happy about being blown away in his heat, but he has not really started on the speed work, so he has to have patience and faith in his training. He will be running the Pre meet in a few weeks.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 25, 2012 0:51:50 GMT -5
Mostly good results from Jacksonville today in qualifying heats. The only "final" that determines those runners, who go onto Drake for the NCAA finals were the 10000m runs and we got two of our three runners in the top 12, so Mark Dennin and Alex Lundy are going to Drake. Mark ran 30:09.74, a great run for 3rd place, while Alex ran 30:18.89 for 9th. TC Lumbar ran 31:03.24 for 24th place.
Both of our 400H runners made it through to the next round. Toby Ulm finished 3rd in his heat in 51.54 to automatically qualify for the quarters. London Finley ran 57.88 to win her heat (5th fastest overall) to automatically go into the next round.
Chelsea Cox ran 2:07.73 to take 2nd in her heat to auto qualify.
In the women's 1500m we got four of our five entries through to the next round. Emily Infeld was 2nd in her heat in a slow 4:28.72, which is good, because she should have lots left for the next round. Rachel Schneider, on the other hand, had to run fairly fast, but she also finished 2nd in her heat in 4:21.54. Also in Rachel's heat was Katrina Coogan, who finished 6th (top five move on), but she was fast enough in 4:23.19 to move on according to her time. Also, advancing on time was Lauren Borduin, 6th in her heat, but with a 4:24.75, enough for the time qualifier. Hannah Neczypor finished 12th in her heat in 4:39.15 and did not qualify.
Also, not qualifying was Amanda Kimber, who ran 54.18 for the 400, but she missed being a time qualifier by 0.1 s.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 25, 2012 19:00:42 GMT -5
Chelsea Cox and London Finley both qualified for Drake and are going to the NCAA finals. Chelsea finished 5th in her heat (three auto qualify), but her 2:06.12 time was good enough to go on a time qualifier. London was 2nd in her heat in 57.16 to qualify automatically. London was 5th overall.
Toby Ulm was the first man out. He finished 5th in his heat in 50.89, but missed being one of the three time qualifiers by 0.06 s. If he were in the first heat, his time would have been in the top three.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 26, 2012 14:08:23 GMT -5
Here we go again, as it is the Hoyas vs Florida State in the heat 2 of the 1500m. The top 5 from each heat plus the fastest two times (not in the top 5) move on to Drake. Heat two has three Hoyas and three from FSU.
Lane Bib Name Yr Affiliation 1 1153 Alexa Aragon SO Notre Dame 2 135 Kirsty Legg JR Butler 3 442 Hannah Brooks SR Florida State 4 504 Katrina Coogan FR Georgetown 5 1631 Morgane Gay JR Virginia 6 456 Amanda Winslow JR Florida State 7 656 Heidi Gregson SR Iona 8 103 Monica Adler SO Boston U. 9 450 Violah Lagat SR Florida State 10 1614 Emily Lipari SO Villanova 11 513 Rachel Schneider JR Georgetown 12 507 Emily Infeld JR Georgetown
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 26, 2012 14:46:01 GMT -5
Missed Kevin: Kevin qualified for the quarterfinals with his 46.99 time. In the men's 400-meter dash quarterfinals, Kevin Wilson (Virginia Beach, Va./Landstown/George Mason) ran 47.33 to take ninth place in his heat.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 26, 2012 18:02:30 GMT -5
In the first heat of the women's 1500m Lauren Borduin finished 11th in 4:29.55. In heat two Emily Infeld and Rachel Schneider are going to Drake. Emily finished 2nd in the heat in 4:19.14, while Rachel finished 5th in 4:19.73, both automatic qualifiers. Katrina Coogan finished 8th in 4:23.76. Congratulations Emily and Rachel.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 26, 2012 19:29:55 GMT -5
In the men's 5000m Andrew Springer was our highest finisher in the first heat in 6th place with a time of 14:18.85. Unfortunately, he did not get the auto qualifier and is on the bubble. He was beaten out for the last auto spot by Georgetown grad Sandy Roberts, running as a grad student for NC State.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 26, 2012 19:41:47 GMT -5
Alex Lundy was 24th in the 2nd heat in 15:13.61. Obviously, Mark Dennin and Alex Lundy were running the 5000m as a workout, having punched their tickets to Drake in the 10000. They are the only Georgetown men runners going to Drake.
Post by Nevada Hoya on May 26, 2012 20:06:04 GMT -5
Maddie Chambers finished 3rd in the 5000m and automatically qualifies for Drake. Her time was 16:23.18. Joanna Stevens finished 13rd in 16:47.58, Annamarie Maag ran 16:53.09 for 14th and Emily Jones was 20th in 17:04.94.