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REESEY BYERS, RENISHA ROBINSON LEAD SACRAMENTO STATE TO FOURTH PLACE FINISHES AT BIG SKY CHAMPIONSHIPS

10/30/2010


CHENEY, Wash. — The Sacramento State men's and women's cross country teams each finished fourth at the 2010 Big Sky Conference Championships, Saturday morning at the Fairways Golf Course.

The men scored 134 points to achieve its highest finish at the conference meet in school history. Northern Arizona won its fourth consecutive title with 27 points and was followed by Montana State (56) and Weber State (99). Following Sacramento State were host Eastern Washington (147), Idaho State (151), Portland State (166), Montana (193) and Northern Colorado (250).

The Hornet women tallied 105 points to finish in the upper half of the conference. Montana stopped NAU's three-year run as conference champion by scoring 49 points. Weber State was second with 63 points while Idaho State scored 68 to place third. The remainder of the field consisted of NAU (124), Montana State (168), Eastern Washington (197), Portland State (213) and Northern Colorado (237).

Individually, senior Renisha Robinson [Jr. 2V San Jose, Calif./Archbishop Mitty HS ] earned all-conference honors by placing 10th in the women's race with a time of 16:14.87. Freshman Reesey Byers [Fr. HS Windsor, Calif./Santa Rosa HS] led the men's team by placing 19th. Byers covered the course in 23:15.09.

For the second straight meet, the Hornet men were paced by their youngest runners. Following Byers was fellow freshmen Zach Kaylor [Fr. HS Redding, Calif./Enterprise HS] (23:17.04) and Cole Younger [Fr. RS Visalia, Calif./Mt. Whitney HS] (23:27.39), and sophomores Daniel Mitchell [So. 1V Carmichael, Calif./Del Campo HS] (23:42.32) and Nathanael Litwiller [So. 1V Concord, Calif./Clayton Valley HS] (23:52.43).

"I'm really proud of how our men competed today," Director of Track and Field/Cross Country. "It was really exciting to see the young guys on this team step up for the second consecutive week."

For the women, freshman Breanna Lewis (Fr. HS Sacramento, Calif./Sheldon HS} finished second on the team, and 19th overall in 16:43.67. Seniors Lea Wallace [Sr. 1V Napa, Calif./Cal Poly ] (16:46.71) and Lora Marchini [Jr. 2V Hercules, Calif./Salesian HS] (16:56.95) finished 22nd and 26th, respectively. The final scorer for the team was senior Erin Lewis [Sr. 1V Modesto, Calif./Oregon] who ran 16:57.72 to place 28th.

Sacramento State will next compete at the Doc Adams Invitational hosted by UC Davis on Saturday, Nov. 6.

MEN'S TEAM RESULTS
1. Northern Arizona 27
2. Montana State 56
3. Weber State 99
4. SACRAMENTO STATE 134
5. Eastern Washington 137
6. Idaho State 151
7. Portland State 166
8. Montana 193
9. Northern Colorado 250

INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE
1. David McNeill, NAU, 21:28.07
2. Diego Estrada, NAU, 21:30.65
3. Patrick Casey, MSU, 22:09.26
4. Kyle King, EWU, 22:10.14
5. Lynn Reynolds, UM, 2:15.14

SACRAMENTO STATE FINISHERS
19. Reesey Byers 23:15.09
21. Zach Kaylor 23:17.04
26. Cole Younger 23:27.39
32. Daniel Mitchell 23:42.32
36. Nathanael Litwiller 23:52.43
37. Chris Romo 23:56.03 Jr. 2V Roseville, Calif./Woodcreek HS
42. Steve Kutsch 24:05.95 Fr. TR Spokane, Wash./Oregon

WOMEN'S TEAM SCORES
1. Montana 49
2. Weber State 63
3. Idaho State 68
4. SACRAMENTO STATE 105
5. Northern Arizona 124
6. Montana State 168
7. Eastern Washington 197
8. Portland State 213
9. Northern Colorado 237

INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE
1. Erica Wendt-Richardson, ISU, 15:46.55
2. Katrina Drennen, UM, 15:51.80
3. Natalie Haws, WSU, 15:52.03
4. Keli Dennehy, UM, 16:00.45
5. Rochelle Kanuho, NAU, 16:03.82

SACRAMENTO STATE FINISHES
10. Renisha Robinson 16:14.87
19. Breanna Lewis 16:43.67
22. Lea Wallace 16:46.71
26. Lora Marchini 16:56.95
28. Erin Lewis 16:57.72
30. Rachel Mitchell 16:59.14 So. 1V Fremont, Calif./American HS
37. Veronica Stinnett 17:10.59 Fr. HS Bonney Lake, Wash./Bonney Lake HS


Men 2010 Season Roster
Name Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
Jake Arveson So. 1V Monterey, Calif./Monterey HS
Reesey Byers Fr. HS Windsor, Calif./Santa Rosa HS
Zach Kaylor Fr. HS Redding, Calif./Enterprise HS
Steve Kutsch Fr. TR Spokane, Wash./Oregon
Kyle Lackner Jr. 2V Folsom, Calif./Jesuit HS
Nathanael Litwiller So. 1V Concord, Calif./Clayton Valley HS
Myko Lucas Jr. 2V Fairfield, Calif./Fairfield HS
Daniel Mitchell So. 1V Carmichael, Calif./Del Campo HS
Ben Rinn Jr. 2V Auburn, Calif./Placer HS
Chris Romo Jr. 2V Roseville, Calif./Woodcreek HS
Benny Willers Jr. JC Daly City, Calif./CC of San Francisco
Cole Younger Fr. RS Visalia, Calif./Mt. Whitney HS

Women 2010 Season Roster
Name Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
Krystal Buck Sr. 1V Sacramento, Calif./American River JC
Ashley Chavez So. 1V Brentwood, Calif./Carondelet HS
Julianne Curtis Fr. HS Garden Valley, Calif./Golden Sierra HS
Jenni Eiremo Jr. 1V Carmichael, Calif./Iona
Athena Gillen Jr. 2V Placerville, Calif./Union Mines HS
Jessica Koehne Fr. RS Fairfield, Calif./Fairfield HS
Breanna Lewis Fr. HS Sacramento, Calif./Sheldon HS
Erin Lewis Sr. 1V Modesto, Calif./Oregon
Lora Marchini Jr. 2V Hercules, Calif./Salesian HS
Rachel Mitchell So. 1V Fremont, Calif./American HS
Lauren Mugnaini Fr. HS Sacramento, Calif./Rio Americano HS
Dominique Ratto Fr. HS Petaluma, Calif./Casa Grande HS
Justine Rea Fr. HS Trabuco Hills, Calif./Trabuco Hills HS
Renisha Robinson Jr. 2V San Jose, Calif./Archbishop Mitty HS
Alec Slamal Fr. HS Temecula, Calif./Great Oak HS
Veronica Stinnett Fr. HS Bonney Lake, Wash./Bonney Lake HS
Lea Wallace Sr. 1V Napa, Calif./Cal Poly

Courtesy Sacramento State

UC Davis Aggie Men Win Big West Conference Championship

Jonathan Peterson [JR Clovis, Calif. (Clovis HS '07)] wins men's 8K race

Calvin Thigpen [SR Santa Rosa, Calif. (Maria Carrillo HS '07)] finished third and was one of three Aggie men to finish in the top-10 of the 8K race.

Oct. 30, 2010

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Jonathan Peterson won the men's 8K race and Calvin Thigpen finished third to lead the UC Davis men's cross country team to its first ever Big West Conference Championship Saturday at the UC Riverside Agricultural/Operations Course in Riverside, Calif.

Peterson's title is the second straight individual conference championship for UC Davis and the first men's individual championship in the Aggies' Division I history. The junior finished the race in a time of 23:40.2, over 17 seconds faster than the second-place finisher.

"The men had decided that the conference title was a reality. We were done talking and done analyzing and it was the commitment to the goal and then the belief piece," said UC Davis head coach Drew Wartenburg. "With three guys in the top six you can't do much better than that and it just really played out over the middle and back of our lineup. The best part is now saying we accomplished a goal but we also have some things we can talk about and improve on so hopefully we can put that together for the regionals."

In addition to Peterson and Thigpen, Jonathan Sees [SR Newark, Calif. (Newark Memorial HS '06)] finished sixth overall, placing three Aggies in the top ten. UC Davis totaled 64 points to outlast UC Riverside who finished second with 66 points. UC Santa Barbara finished third with 70 points while Long Beach State came in fourth with 76 points.

Thigpen, a senior out of Santa Rosa, Calif. clocked in at 24:25.1 while Sees' sixth-place time was 24:30.7.


"For Jon (Peterson), it's the culmination of the aptitude and attitude coming together," continues Wartenburg. "He's been ready to contend for a title in his mind for two years and now the physical development and the racing savvy have all come together. He ran a very well-executed race. He was patient and focused in terms of waiting for a moment and striking and putting the race behind him and running for the win."

Axel Stanovsky [JR Everett, Wash. (Washington)] was 21st overall in a time of 24:52.2 and Matt Sartori [SR Mentone, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley College)] finished 33rd in a time of 25:22.4. Behind Sartori was freshman Kevin Griffith [FR Danville, Calif. (San Ramon Valley HS '10)] in 35th with a time of 25:25.3 while Fed Martinez [
SR Covina, Calif. (Covina HS '06)]
came in 48th overall with a time of 26:01.6.

Grayson Hough [FR Davis, Calif. (Davis HS '10)] and Nathan Strum [FR San Jose, Calif. (Pioneer HS '10)] finished 55th and 56th, respectively, to round out the UC Davis men's side.

The UC Davis women were led by Krista Drechsler's [JR Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara HS '08)] 14th-place finish in the 6K race, which she did in a time of 21:13.4, and placed fifth overall. Caitlin Fitzgerald [SR Palmdale, Calif. (Highland HS '07)] finished 17th overall in a time of 21:20.0.

UC Santa Barbara won the women's title with 35 points to edge Cal Poly who finished second with 37 points.

"For the women, the focus today was on not being tied in good or bad ways to previous races and taking a one-race season outlook on today and trying to get individuals forward," said Wartenburg. "Weather played a bit of a factor but we talked about controlling how we respond to the conditions and not vice versa. For Krista and Caitlin to get in and around the top 15 was solid. Moving forward we'll focus on another one-meet season build on some positives from today and take it into the regional and ssee if we can't surprise some people who may have counted us out."

After Fitzgerald, freshman Alycia Cridebring [FR Pleasant Hill, Calif. (College Park HS '10) ] finished 37th in a time of 22:02.1 and was followed by Sarah Tusting [SO Benicia, Calif. (Benicia HS '09) ] who was 38th, clocking in at 22:04.2. Samantha Kearney [JR San Leandro, Calif. (Arroyo HS '08) ] finished 42nd, recording a time of 22:12.3, while Abbey Gallaher [JR Temecula, Calif. (Great Oak HS '08) ] was 45th overall.

Kristina Taylor [JR Long Beach, Calif. (Murrieta HS '08) ] was 51st while freshman Courtney Crosta [FR Roseville, Calif. (Woodcreek HS '10)] came in 56th overall. Hilary Teaford [ 1
FR Davis, Calif. (Davis HS '10)]
crossed the line in a time of 23:23.1 to finish 61st.

The cross country team continues competition Saturday, Nov. 6 as they host the Doc Adams Open at Putah Creek Reserve in Davis. The men's 8,000-meter race begins at 10 a.m. while the women's 6,000-meter race will start at 10:45 a.m.

Courtesy UC Davis Aggies Cross Country

2010 Roster
MenLast Name
Name Height
Ht. eligibility
Yr. Hometown (Last School)
coates corey
Corey Coates 74
6-2 1
FR Woodland, Calif. (Davis HS '10)
cordova christopher
Christopher Cordova 69
5-9 5
JR San Bernardino, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley College)
graves simon
Simon Graves 71
5-11 1
FR Alamo, Calif. (San Ramon Valley HS '10)
griffith kevin
Kevin Griffith 73
6-1 1
FR Danville, Calif. (San Ramon Valley HS '10)
hough grayson
Grayson Hough 70
5-10 1
FR Davis, Calif. (Davis HS '10)
kellogg toshi
Toshi Kellogg 69
5-9 1
FR Lafayette, Calif. (Acalanes HS '10)
lloyd-smith gregor
Gregor Lloyd-Smith 68
5-8 5
JR Encinitas, Calif. (Torrey Pines HS '08)
martinez fed
Fed Martinez 71
5-11 7
SR Covina, Calif. (Covina HS '06)
petersen drew
Drew Petersen 66
5-6 3
SO Davis, Calif. (Davis HS '09)
peterson jonathan
Jonathan Peterson 72
6-0 5
JR Clovis, Calif. (Clovis HS '07)
sartori matt
Matt Sartori 66
5-6 7
SR Mentone, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley College)
sees jonathan
Jonathan Sees 70
5-10 7
SR Newark, Calif. (Newark Memorial HS '06)
stanovsky axel
Axel Stanovsky 75
6-3 5
JR Everett, Wash. (Washington)
strum nathan
Nathan Strum 71
5-11 1
FR San Jose, Calif. (Pioneer HS '10)
summers alexander
Alexander Summers 73
6-1 1
FR Livermore, Calif. (Granada HS '10)
thigpen calvin
Calvin Thigpen 72
6-0 7
SR Santa Rosa, Calif. (Maria Carrillo HS '07)

Women Last Name
Name Height
Ht. eligibility
Yr. Hometown (Last School)
arkin kristin
Kristin Arkin 67.5
5-7.5 5
JR Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Trabuco Hills HS '08)
cridebring alycia
Alycia Cridebring 65
5-5 1
FR Pleasant Hill, Calif. (College Park HS '10)
crosta courtney
Courtney Crosta 64
5-4 1
FR Roseville, Calif. (Woodcreek HS '10)
drechsler krista
Krista Drechsler 65
5-5 5
JR Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara HS '08)
fitzgerald caitlin
Caitlin Fitzgerald 62
5-2 7
SR Palmdale, Calif. (Highland HS '07)
gallaher abbey
Abbey Gallaher 63
5-3 5
JR Temecula, Calif. (Great Oak HS '08)
harcus shannon
Shannon Harcus 67
5-7 1
FR Auburn, Calif. (Placer HS '10)
kearney samantha
Samantha Kearney 68
5-8 5
JR San Leandro, Calif. (Arroyo HS '08)
lozoya kristine
Kristine Lozoya 62
5-2 1
FR Antelope, Calif. (Oakmont HS '10)
mumby chelsea
Chelsea Mumby 68
5-8 5
JR San Diego, Calif. (Westview HS '08)
nast katie
Katie Nast 68
5-8 3
SO Saratoga, Calif. (Saratoga HS '09)
privett sallie
Sallie Privett 70
5-10 1
FR Coronado, Calif. (Coronado HS '10)
scott hayley
Hayley Scott 67
5-7 1
FR El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Oak Ridge HS '10)
smidebush anna
Anna Smidebush 65
5-5 5
JR Concord, Calif. (Concord HS '08)
sumpter sarah
Sarah Sumpter 61
5-1 5
JR Cloverdale, Calif. (Healdsburg HS '08)
taylor kristina
Kristina Taylor 66
5-6 5
JR Long Beach, Calif. (Murrieta HS '08)
teaford hilary
Hilary Teaford 64
5-4 1
FR Davis, Calif. (Davis HS '10)
tusting sarah
Sarah Tusting 69
5-9 3
SO Benicia, Calif. (Benicia HS '09)

Coach

Drew Wartenburg - Head Coach
Kim Conley - Assistant Coach
Sam Ahlbeck - Volunteer Assistant Coach
Andy Dendas - Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Saturday, October 30, 2010

2010 Pac-10 Cross Country Championships Results, Splits, Hometown/High Schools

See splits below team scores.

Hosted by the University of Washington
Jefferson Golf Course -Seattle, Wa
Last Completed Event

Event 2 Men 8k Run CC
==================================================================================
Name Year School Avg Mile Finals Points
==================================================================================
1 #112 Elliott Heath SR Stanford #1 4:37.7 23:00.46 1
YR Hometown/Previous school
SR Winona, MN (Winona)
Splits: 1)5:51.39, 2)11:42.78, 1)17:27.98
2 #115 Jake Riley Stanford #2 4:37.8 23:00.57 2
RS JR Bellingham, WA (Sehome)
3 #110 Chris Derrick Stanford #3 4:37.8 23:00.59 3
JR Naperville, IL (Neuqua Valley)
4 #80 Luke Puskedra Oregon #1 4:38.8 23:05.80 4
6-4 Jr. Salt Lake City, Utah (Judge Memorial Catholic)
5 #19 Stephen Sambu Arizona #1 4:39.0 23:06.77 5
JR Kaptagat, Kenya (Rend Lake Community College, Ina, IL)
6 #50 Michael Coe California #1 4:40.1 23:12.33 6
RS SR 3V Lompoc, Calif./Cabrillo HS
7 #72 Matthew Centrowitz Oregon #2 4:41.2 23:17.42 7
5-8 Sr. Arnold, Md. (Broadneck)
8 #70 A.J. Acosta Oregon #3 4:46.3 23:43.16 8
6-2 RSr. Oceanside, Calif. (El Camino)
9 #119 Miles Unterreiner Stanford #4 4:47.3 23:48.07 9
RS SO Gig Harbor, WA (Gig Harbor)
10 #117 J.T. Sullivan Stanford #5 4:47.4 23:48.64 10
RS JR Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (Trabuco Hills)
11 #114 Erik Olson Stanford #6 4:47.6 23:49.65 11
FR Novato, Calif. (Novato)
22)5:54.31, 19)11:52.23, 14)17:53.58
12 #57 Steve Sodaro California #2 4:47.8 23:50.29 12
RS SR 3V Tiburon, Calif./Redwood HS
26)5:54.59, 23)11:53.78, 20)17:59.14
13 #79 Danny Mercado Oregon #4 4:48.0 23:51.26 13
5-8 RSr. West Covina, Calif. (West Covina)
14 #32 Ben Engelhardt Arizona State #1 4:48.4 23:53.65 14
Sr.* Westerville, Ohio Westerville North HS
15 #118 Riley Sullivan Stanford #7 4:48.8 23:55.37 15
RS SO Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (Trabuco Hills)
16 #136 Jake Matthews Ucla #1 4:49.3 23:57.81 16
72 6-0/150 8 RS SR Folsom, CA Folsom
17 #135 Nohe Lema Ucla #2 4:49.5 23:58.82 17
6-3.5/170 1 FR San Jose, CA Willow Glen
18 #138 Kent Morikawa Ucla #3 4:50.0 24:01.29 18
5-4/116 6 RS JR Torrance, CA Torrance
19 #49 Maxime Chevee California #3 4:50.1 24:01.68 19
JR SQ St.-Julien-en-Genevois, France/Lycee Mme de Stael HS
20 #193 Jono Lafler Washington St. #1 4:50.1 24:02.07 20
5
JR Maple Valley, Wash./Tahoma High
21 #134 Spencer Knight Ucla #4 4:50.8 24:05.12 21
5-8/135 6 RS JR Riverside, CA La Sierra
22 #51 Collin Jarvis California #4 4:50.8 24:05.22 22
SO 1V Vista, Calif./Rancho Buena Vista HS
23 #39 Darius Terry Arizona State #2 4:51.1 24:06.70 23
So.* San Jose, Calif. Northern Arizona U. Piedmont Hills 2008
24 #78 Chris Kwiatkowski Oregon #5 4:51.3 24:07.75 24
5-9 RJr. Bellingham, Wash. (Bellingham)
25 #116 Tyler Stutzman Stanford #8 4:51.8 24:10.51
RS FR Charlottesville, VA (Western Albermarle)
26 #74 Ben Dejarnette Oregon #6 4:52.7 24:14.74 25
5-8 RFr. Mechanicsville, Va. (Atlee)
27 #175 Rob Webster Jr. Washington #1 4:52.8 24:15.11 26
SO Puyallup, Wash./Puyallup
28 #55 Cody Schmidt California #5 4:53.1 24:16.97 27
SO 1V Redondo Beach, Calif./Redondo Beach HS
29 #109 Andrew Berberick Stanford #9 4:53.6 24:19.44
RS FR Littleton, CO (Mullen)
30 #36 Daniel Lovell Arizona State #3 4:53.7 24:19.66 28
Jr.* Anthem, Ariz. Boulder Creek HS
31 #140 Pablo Rosales Ucla #5 4:53.8 24:20.41 29
65 5-5/128 1 FR San Pedro, CA San Pedro
32 #192 Andrew Kimpel Washington St. #2 4:54.0 24:21.11 30
SO Spokane, Wash./North Central High
33 #141 Zack Torres Ucla #6 4:54.0 24:21.22 31
5-5/125 3 SO La Crescenta, CA Crescenta Valley
34 #83 Parker Stinson Oregon #7 4:54.2 24:22.30 32
5-8 Fr. Austin, Texas (Cedar Park)
35 #165 James Cameron Washington #2 4:54.8 24:25.21 33
SO Lake Forest, Calif./Mission Viejo

36 #188 Justin Englund Washington St. #3 4:55.7 24:29.87 34
JR Federal Way, Wash./Decatur High
37 #190 David Hickerson Washington St. #4 4:55.9 24:30.79 35
SR Spokane, Wash./Ferris High
38 #52 Kari Karlsson California #6 4:56.1 24:31.91 36
SR 3V Reykjavik, Iceland/Reykjavik University
39 #164 Joey Bywater Washington #3 4:57.0 24:36.08 37
SO Lake Stevens, Wash./Lake Stevens
40 #37 Steven Schnieders Arizona State #4 4:57.3 24:37.55 38
Fr.* Yorba Linda, Calif. Esperanza HS

41 #189 Andrew Gonzales Washington St.#5 4:57.7 24:39.44 39
RS FR Kennewick, Wash./Southridge High
42 #31 Matt Boughton Arizona State #5 4:58.0 24:41.07 40
So.* Phoenix, Ariz. Desert Vista HS
43 #170 Michael Miller Washington #4 4:58.6 24:43.96 41
RS FR Anchorage, Alaska/Mount Rainier
44 #16 Abdi Hassan Arizona #2 4:58.7 24:44.68 42
RS JR Mogadishu, Somalia Nathan Hale, H.S
45 #142 Brett Walters Ucla #7 4:58.7 24:44.79 43
5-11/130 2 RS FR Victorville, CA Sultana
46 #139 Cory Primm Ucla #8 4:58.8 24:44.98
5-10/140 6 RS JR Thousand Oaks, CA Westlake
47 #71 Bryce Burgess Oregon #8 4:58.9 24:45.41
5-10 RSo. Portland, Ore. (Franklin)
48 #172 Cameron Quackenbush Washington #5 4:59.2 24:47.24 44
JR Spokane, Wash./Ferris
49 #168 Gareth Gilna Washington #6 4:59.4 24:48.25 45
2
RS FR Los Alamos, N.M./Los Alamos
50 #33 Nick Happe Arizona State #6 4:59.6 24:49.36 46
So. St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell North HS
51 #38 Doug Smith Arizona State #7 5:01.7 24:59.36 47
So. Gladstone, N.J. Gill-St. Bernard's HS
52 #18 Noe Ramirez Arizona #3 5:02.8 25:04.87 48
SO Murrieta, Calif Vista Murrieta High School
53 #15 James Eichberger Arizona #4 5:03.6 25:08.90 49
RS SO Green Brae, Calif. Catalina Magnet High School
54 #166 Taylor Carlson Washington #7 5:03.6 25:09.04 50
RS FR San Antonio, Texas/Winston Churchill
55 #20 Patrick Zacharias Arizona #5 5:04.1 25:11.33 51
FR Albuquerque, New Mexico Albuquerque Academy
56 #194 Peter Miller Washington St. #5 5:04.2 25:11.98 52
RS JR Spokane, Wash./Shadle Park High
57 #77 Mitchell Hunt Oregon #9 5:04.4 25:12.77
5-10 RFr. Fremont, Neb. (Fremont)
58 #137 David McDonald Ucla #9 5:04.4 25:12.88
5-11/155 5 JR Murrieta, CA Vista Murrieta
59 #17 Jordan Mara Arizona #6 5:04.4 25:13.18 53
SR South Surrey, B.C., Canada White Rock Christian Academy
60 #56 Simon Schmidt California #7 5:04.7 25:14.23 54
SO SQ Redondo Beach, Calif./Redondo Beach HS
61 #173 Jordan Swarthout Washington #8 5:05.0 25:16.01
SR Olympia, Wash./Capital
62 #82 Brian Shrader Oregon #10 5:05.3 25:17.41
63 #132 Dustin Fay Ucla #10 5:05.4 25:18.10 6-0/158 1 FR Lake Arrowhead, CA Rim of the World
64 #120 Tyler Valdes Stanford #10 5:06.5 25:23.52
65 #186 Kyle Boe Washington St. #6 5:07.6 25:28.99 55
FR Vancouver, Washington/Columbia River High
66 #34 Dylan Hatcher Arizona State #8 5:07.6 25:29.07
Jr.* Spokane, Wash. Mead HS
67 #35 Cameron Liston Arizona State #9 5:10.0 25:40.92
Jr.* Chandler, Ariz. Northern Arizona U.
68 #197 Mack Young Washington St. #7 5:10.7 25:44.34
FR Redmond, Washington/Redmond High
69 #191 Andrew Jordan Washington St. #8 5:11.3 25:47.30
FR Medford, Oregon/North Medford High
70 #195 Richard Shroy Washington St. #9 5:11.8 25:49.99
1
FR Carson City, Nevada/Carson High
Team Scores
=================================================================================
Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9
=================================================================================
1 Stanford 25 1 2 3 9 10 11 15
Total Time: 1:56:38.33
Average: 23:19.67
2 Oregon 56 4 7 8 13 24 25 32
Total Time: 1:58:05.40
Average: 23:37.08
3 California 86 6 12 19 22 27 36 54
Total Time: 1:59:26.49
Average: 23:53.30
4 Ucla 101 16 17 18 21 29 31 43
Total Time: 2:00:23.45
Average: 24:04.69
5 Arizona State 143 14 23 28 38 40 46 47
Total Time: 2:01:38.63
Average: 24:19.73
6 Washington St. 158 20 30 34 35 39 52 55
Total Time: 2:02:03.28
Average: 24:24.66
7 Washington 181 26 33 37 41 44 45 50
Total Time: 2:02:47.60
Average: 24:33.52
8 Arizona 195 5 42 48 49 51 53
Total Time: 2:03:16.55
Average: 24:39.31

Splits
Men 8k Run CC **Split 3 Leaders**
1)Heath-Stanford 17:27.98 ,
2)Riley-Stanford 17:28.04 ,
3)Coe-California 17:28.05 ,
4)Sambu-Arizona 17:28.12 ,
5)Puskedra-Oregon 17:28.21 ,
6)Derrick-Stanford 17:28.22 ,
7)Centrowitz-Oregon 17:28.31 ,
8)Acosta-Oregon 17:35.28 ,
9)Unterreiner-Stanford 17:48.31 ,
10)Mercado-Oregon 17:49.93 ,
11)Kwiatkowski-Oregon 17:50.36 ,
12)Sullivan-Stanford 17:52.40 ,
13)Dejarnette-Oregon 17:52.58 ,
14)Olson-Stanford 17:53.58 ,
15)Matthews-Ucla 17:54.56 ,
16)Lafler-Washington St. 17:57.79 ,
17)Engelhardt-Arizona State 17:57.97 ,
18)Terry-Arizona State 17:58.33 ,
19)Chevee-California 17:59.01 ,
20)Sodaro-California 17:59.14 ,
21)Sullivan-Stanford 17:59.16 ,
22)Knight-Ucla 17:59.40 ,
23)Stutzman-Stanford 17:59.58 ,
24)Lema-Ucla 18:00.75 ,
25)Morikawa-Ucla 18:01.76 ,
26)Stinson-Oregon 18:03.86 ,
27)Jarvis-California 18:04.37 ,
28)Karlsson-California 18:10.79 ,
29)Schmidt-California 18:11.04 ,
30)Berberick-Stanford 18:12.08 ,
31)Webster-Washington 18:13.16 ,
32)Englund-Washington St. 18:13.95 ,
33)Torres-Ucla 18:14.94 ,
34)Rosales-Ucla 18:16.39 ,
35)Lovell-Arizona State 18:16.53 ,
36)Kimpel-Washington St. 18:16.77 ,
37)Cameron-Washington 18:17.11 ,
38)Hassan-Arizona 18:17.64 ,
39)Walters-Ucla 18:18.64 ,
40)Bywater-Washington 18:19.92 ,
41)Hickerson-Washington St. 18:21.28 ,
42)Schnieders-Arizona State 18:23.38 ,
43)Gonzales-Washington St. 18:28.33 ,
44)Gilna-Washington 18:30.06 ,
45)Miller-Washington 18:30.75 ,
46)Happe-Arizona State 18:30.93 ,
47)Boughton-Arizona State 18:31.37 ,
48)Primm-Ucla 18:34.77 ,
49)Quackenbush-Washington 18:37.17 ,
50)Burgess-Oregon 18:39.07 ,
51)Smith-Arizona State 18:42.74 ,
52)Ramirez-Arizona 18:42.83 ,
53)Mara-Arizona 18:45.91 ,
54)Eichberger-Arizona 18:46.33 ,
55)Fay-Ucla 18:46.85 ,
56)Zacharias-Arizona 18:48.91 ,
57)Swarthout-Washington 18:51.12 ,
58)McDonald-Ucla 18:51.32 ,
59)Carlson-Washington 18:51.70 ,
60)Shrader-Oregon 18:53.53 ,
61)Hunt-Oregon 18:53.57 ,
62)Valdes-Stanford 18:55.37 ,
63)Miller-Washington St. 18:56.12 ,
64)Hatcher-Arizona State 18:56.96 ,
65)Schmidt-California 19:02.87 ,
66)Boe-Washington St. 19:05.68 ,
67)Liston-Arizona State 19:09.03 ,
68)Jordan-Washington St. 19:10.13 ,
69)Young-Washington St. 19:11.61 ,
70)Shroy-Washington St. 19:15.91 ,

Men 8k Run CC **Split 2 Leaders**
1)Coe-California 11:42.75 ,
2)Heath-Stanford 11:42.78 ,
3)Sambu-Arizona 11:42.92 ,
4)Riley-Stanford 11:42.94 ,
5)Derrick-Stanford 11:42.98 ,
6)Puskedra-Oregon 11:43.06 ,
7)Centrowitz-Oregon 11:43.12 ,
8)Acosta-Oregon 11:43.19 ,
9)Mercado-Oregon 11:45.01 ,
10)Stinson-Oregon 11:45.10 ,
11)Kwiatkowski-Oregon 11:45.24 ,
12)Unterreiner-Stanford 11:45.68 ,
13)Matthews-Ucla 11:48.80 ,
14)Engelhardt-Arizona State 11:50.47 ,
15)Morikawa-Ucla 11:50.85 ,
16)Sullivan-Stanford 11:51.96 ,
17)Knight-Ucla 11:52.13 ,
18)Dejarnette-Oregon 11:52.18 ,
19)Olson-Stanford 11:52.23 ,
20)Stutzman-Stanford 11:52.37 ,
21)Lema-Ucla 11:53.53 ,
22)Chevee-California 11:53.74 ,
23)Sodaro-California 11:53.78 ,
24)Karlsson-California 11:54.12 ,
25)Lafler-Washington St. 11:54.17 ,
26)Terry-Arizona State 11:54.72 ,
27)Englund-Washington St. 11:54.74 ,
28)Sullivan-Stanford 11:54.84 ,
29)Berberick-Stanford 11:55.46 ,
30)Jarvis-California 11:55.78 ,
31)Hassan-Arizona 11:55.88 ,
32)Schmidt-California 11:59.16 ,
33)Bywater-Washington 11:59.42 ,
34)Walters-Ucla 12:01.20 ,
35)Torres-Ucla 12:01.26 ,
36)Webster-Washington 12:01.41 ,
37)Kimpel-Washington St. 12:01.66 ,
38)Lovell-Arizona State 12:01.97 ,
39)Cameron-Washington 12:02.96 ,
40)Gilna-Washington 12:03.67 ,
41)Miller-Washington 12:03.72 ,
42)Hickerson-Washington St. 12:04.12 ,
43)Rosales-Ucla 12:04.63 ,
44)Boughton-Arizona State 12:08.48 ,
45)Happe-Arizona State 12:08.60 ,
46)Gonzales-Washington St. 12:08.74 ,
47)Schnieders-Arizona State 12:09.43 ,
48)Ramirez-Arizona 12:10.30 ,
49)Primm-Ucla 12:10.64 ,
50)Schmidt-California 12:12.10 ,
51)Quackenbush-Washington 12:12.98 ,
52)Fay-Ucla 12:14.10 ,
53)Eichberger-Arizona 12:14.45 ,
54)Mara-Arizona 12:14.73 ,
55)Swarthout-Washington 12:15.50 ,
56)Valdes-Stanford 12:17.15 ,
57)Smith-Arizona State 12:18.82 ,
58)Zacharias-Arizona 12:18.87 ,
59)Shrader-Oregon 12:20.42 ,
60)Burgess-Oregon 12:20.45 ,
61)Carlson-Washington 12:21.14 ,
62)Hatcher-Arizona State 12:23.36 ,
63)McDonald-Ucla 12:23.44 ,
64)Miller-Washington St. 12:25.95 ,
65)Hunt-Oregon 12:27.86 ,
66)Shroy-Washington St. 12:32.12 ,
67)Jordan-Washington St. 12:33.03 ,
68)Young-Washington St. 12:33.06 ,
69)Boe-Washington St. 12:33.27 ,
70)Liston-Arizona State 12:34.54 ,

.Men 8k Run CC **Split Leaders**
1)Heath-Stanford 5:51.39 ,
2)Coe-California 5:51.41 ,
3)Sambu-Arizona 5:51.47 ,
4)Riley-Stanford 5:51.48 ,
5)Derrick-Stanford 5:51.53 ,
6)Centrowitz-Oregon 5:51.61 ,
7)Morikawa-Ucla 5:51.73 ,
8)Matthews-Ucla 5:51.82 ,
9)Puskedra-Oregon 5:52.01 ,
10)Acosta-Oregon 5:52.02 ,
10)Mercado-Oregon 5:52.02 ,
12)Stinson-Oregon 5:52.12 ,
13)Kwiatkowski-Oregon 5:52.14 ,
14)Engelhardt-Arizona State 5:52.47 ,
15)Lema-Ucla 5:52.66 ,
16)Knight-Ucla 5:52.79 ,
17)Sullivan-Stanford 5:53.42 ,
17)Unterreiner-Stanford 5:53.42 ,
19)Sullivan-Stanford 5:53.67 ,
20)Dejarnette-Oregon 5:53.87 ,
21)Gilna-Washington 5:54.01 ,
22)Olson-Stanford 5:54.31 ,
23)Lafler-Washington St. 5:54.36 ,
24)Stutzman-Stanford 5:54.53 ,
25)Berberick-Stanford 5:54.55 ,
26)Sodaro-California 5:54.59 ,
27)Englund-Washington St. 5:54.68 ,
27)Hassan-Arizona 5:54.68 ,
29)Valdes-Stanford 5:54.79 ,
30)Karlsson-California 5:54.83 ,
31)Terry-Arizona State 5:55.02 ,
32)Chevee-California 5:55.07 ,
33)Bywater-Washington 5:55.23 ,
34)Kimpel-Washington St. 5:55.36 ,
35)Jarvis-California 5:55.41 ,
36)Lovell-Arizona State 5:55.44 ,
37)Torres-Ucla 5:55.61 ,
38)Walters-Ucla 5:55.68 ,
39)Miller-Washington 5:55.75 ,
40)Ramirez-Arizona 5:55.90 ,
41)Eichberger-Arizona 5:55.94 ,
42)Hickerson-Washington St. 5:56.04 ,
43)Schmidt-California 5:56.23 ,
44)Primm-Ucla 5:56.39 ,
45)Jr.-Washington 5:56.55 ,
46)Boughton-Arizona State 5:56.64 ,
47)Swarthout-Washington 5:56.86 ,
48)Quackenbush-Washington 5:56.94 ,
49)Gonzales-Washington St. 5:57.30 ,
50)Happe-Arizona State 5:57.31 ,
51)Schmidt-California 5:57.56 ,
52)Cameron-Washington 5:57.63 ,
53)Fay-Ucla 5:57.97 ,
53)Rosales-Ucla 5:57.97 ,
55)Mara-Arizona 5:58.15 ,
56)Zacharias-Arizona 5:58.52 ,
57)Schnieders-Arizona State 5:59.51 ,
58)Smith-Arizona State 5:59.77 ,
59)Carlson-Washington 5:59.86 ,
60)Hatcher-Arizona State 6:00.18 ,
61)Burgess-Oregon 6:01.82 ,
62)Shrader-Oregon 6:01.93 ,
63)McDonald-Ucla 6:02.23 ,
64)Miller-Washington St. 6:03.24 ,
65)Hunt-Oregon 6:04.99 ,
66)Shroy-Washington St. 6:05.03 ,
67)Liston-Arizona State 6:05.05 ,
68)Young-Washington St. 6:05.29 ,
69)Jordan-Washington St. 6:05.35 ,
70)Boe-Washington St. 6:05.50 ,

Event 1 Women 6k Run CC
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Name Year School Avg Mile Finals Points
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1 #62 Jordan Hasay Oregon 5:17.9 19:44.95 1
2 #103 Kathy Kroeger Stanford 5:19.1 19:49.43 2
3 #45 Deborah Maier California 5:22.4 20:01.85 3
4 #64 Alex Kosinski Oregon 5:24.5 20:09.58 4
5 #104 Stephanie Marcy Stanford 5:25.2 20:12.26 5
6 #156 Katie Flood Washington 5:25.4 20:13.15 6
7 #2 Jennifer Bergman Arizona 5:26.0 20:15.32 7
8 #108 Jessica Tonn Stanford 5:26.2 20:16.14 8
9 #27 Lindsay Prescott Arizona State 5:26.6 20:17.52 9
10 #160 Marie Lawrence Washington 5:28.0 20:22.64 10
11 #6 Elvin Kibet Arizona 5:28.7 20:25.28 11
12 #9 Megan Meyer Arizona 5:29.7 20:29.23 12
13 #10 Hannah Moen Arizona 5:29.8 20:29.32 13
14 #144 Zsofia Erdelyi Usc 5:30.0 20:30.27 14
15 #159 Justine Johnson Washington 5:30.2 20:31.08 15
16 #68 Melanie Thompson Oregon 5:30.4 20:31.68 16
17 #123 Shannon Murakami Ucla 5:30.6 20:32.40 17
18 #152 Kailey Campbell Washington 5:30.8 20:33.04 18
19 #151 Christine Babcock Washington 5:31.5 20:35.65 19
20 #129 Sierra Vega Ucla 5:32.1 20:37.96 20
21 #102 Georgia Griffin Stanford 5:32.1 20:38.01 21
22 #12 Amanda Russell Arizona 5:32.2 20:38.25 22
23 #59 Zoe Buckman Oregon 5:32.7 20:40.32 23
24 #63 Anne Kesselring Oregon 5:32.9 20:41.12 24
25 #3 Maggie Callahan Arizona 5:33.4 20:43.01 25
26 #101 Alexandra Gits Stanford 5:33.6 20:43.57 26
27 #100 Alex Dunne Stanford 5:34.1 20:45.35 27
28 #47 Chelsea Reilly California 5:35.1 20:49.17 28
29 #1 Elizabeth Apgar Arizona 5:35.2 20:49.56 29
30 #48 Rowena Tam California 5:35.4 20:50.26 30
31 #128 Melissa Skiba Ucla 5:36.9 20:55.88 31
32 #58 sarah Andrews Oregon 5:37.8 20:59.14 32
33 #41 Laurynne Chetelat California 5:38.5 21:01.92 33
34 #155 Lindsay Flanagan Washington 5:38.6 21:02.25 34
35 #61 Becca Friday Oregon 5:39.1 21:03.98 35
36 #162 Liberty Miller Washington 5:39.1 21:04.24 36
37 #184 Ruby Roberts Washington St. 5:39.8 21:06.70 37
38 #40 Heather Cerney California 5:40.0 21:07.56 38
39 #24 Cherise McNair Arizona State 5:40.4 21:09.05 39
40 #65 Claire Michel Oregon 5:41.4 21:12.60
41 #69 Taylor Wallace Oregon 5:42.0 21:14.81
42 #92 Sandra Martinez Oregon State 5:42.4 21:16.38 40
43 #21 Alyssa Allison Arizona State 5:43.1 21:19.16 41
44 #43 Taylor Dutch California 5:44.1 21:22.76 42
45 #130 Kelcie Wiemann Ucla 5:44.5 21:24.34 43
46 #91 Jennifer Macias Oregon State 5:45.5 21:27.78 44
47 #153 Mackenize Carter Washington 5:45.6 21:28.42
48 #177 Caroline Austin Washington St. 5:46.3 21:31.00 45
49 #46 Sofia Oberg California 5:46.5 21:31.86 46
50 #87 Laura Carlyle Oregon State 5:46.7 21:32.41 47
51 #23 Kate Lydy Arizona State 5:46.7 21:32.45 48
52 #99 Madeline Duhon Stanford 5:47.4 21:35.05 49
53 #8 Erin Menefee Arizona 5:48.1 21:37.58
54 #154 Kayla Evans Washington 5:48.5 21:38.98
55 #143 Christine Cortez Usc 5:49.0 21:41.06 50
56 #26 Karlee Owens Arizona State 5:49.5 21:42.81 51
57 #30 Kauren Tarver Arizona State 5:49.9 21:44.26 52
58 #178 Sarah Bobbe Washington St. 5:50.0 21:44.64 53
59 #122 Amber Murakami Ucla 5:50.3 21:45.90 54
60 #161 Allison Linnell Washington 5:50.8 21:47.73
61 #88 Abby Chesimet Oregon State 5:52.4 21:53.58 55
62 #106 Victoria Pennings Stanford 5:52.6 21:54.61
63 #179 Allison Clark Washington St. 5:53.2 21:56.58 56
64 #29 Anna Sperry Arizona State 5:53.7 21:58.35 57
65 #60 Bronwyn Crossman Oregon 5:54.8 22:02.71
66 #28 Brianna Smith Arizona State 5:55.1 22:03.92
67 #11 Christina Rodgers Arizona 5:55.8 22:06.54
68 #146 Dina Kitayama Usc 5:55.9 22:06.87 58
69 #96 Hannah Soza-Hodgkin Oregon State 5:56.1 22:07.49 59
70 #98 Emilie Amaro Stanford 5:57.7 22:13.48
71 #93 Casey Masterson Oregon State 5:57.9 22:14.26 60
72 #185 Courtney Zalud Washington St. 5:58.3 22:15.76 61
73 #124 Paisley Pettway Ucla 5:58.5 22:16.53 62
74 #180 Ashlee Eskelsen Washington St. 5:58.9 22:17.84 63
75 #90 Emily LaValley Oregon State 5:59.0 22:18.12 64
76 #183 Ramona Morshead Washington St. 5:59.9 22:21.75 65
77 #126 Elle Sanders Ucla 6:03.2 22:33.84 66
78 #181 Emily Farrar Washington St. 6:05.3 22:41.84
79 #121 Allison Lopez Ucla 6:05.6 22:43.07
80 #95 Olivia Poblacion Oregon State 6:06.0 22:44.57
81 #22 Catherine Loden Arizona State 6:06.2 22:44.98
82 #145 Leah Gaeta Usc 6:06.8 22:47.27 67
83 #149 Kelly Owen Usc 6:07.7 22:50.70 68
84 #147 Zara Lukens Usc 6:07.8 22:51.24 69
85 #127 Caitlin Schmitt Ucla 6:08.0 22:52.00
86 #125 Tamara Purpura Ucla 6:09.2 22:56.34
87 #97 Emily Wheeler Oregon State 6:09.7 22:58.34
88 #148 Jessica Lundin Usc 6:12.6 23:08.96 70
89 #176 Amanda Andrews Washington St. 6:14.4 23:15.62
90 #25 Camille Olson Arizona State 6:15.8 23:20.85

Team Scores
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Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9
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1 Stanford 62 2 5 8 21 26 27 49
Total Time: 1:41:39.41
Average: 20:19.89
2 Arizona 65 7 11 12 13 22 25 29
Total Time: 1:42:17.40
Average: 20:27.48
3 Oregon 68 1 4 16 23 24 32 35
Total Time: 1:41:47.65
Average: 20:21.53
3 Washington 68 6 10 15 18 19 34 36
Total Time: 1:42:15.56
Average: 20:27.12
5 California 132 3 28 30 33 38 42 46
Total Time: 1:43:50.76
Average: 20:46.16
6 Ucla 165 17 20 31 43 54 62 66
Total Time: 1:45:16.48
Average: 21:03.30
7 Arizona State 188 9 39 41 48 51 52 57
Total Time: 1:46:00.99
Average: 21:12.20
8 Oregon State 245 40 44 47 55 59 60 64
Total Time: 1:48:17.65
Average: 21:39.53
9 Washington St. 252 37 45 53 56 61 63 65
Total Time: 1:48:34.68
Average: 21:42.94
10 Usc 257 14 50 58 67 68 69 70
Total Time: 1:49:56.17
Average: 21:59.24

Splits
Women 6k Run CC **Split 2 Leaders**
1)Kroeger-Stanford 13:24.77 ,
2)Hasay-Oregon 13:24.87 ,
3)Kosinski-Oregon 13:25.00 ,
4)Maier-California 13:25.99 ,
5)Marcy-Stanford 13:32.85 ,
6)Bergman-Arizona 13:33.05 ,
7)Kibet-Arizona 13:33.13 ,
8)Prescott-Arizona State 13:33.43 ,
9)Flood-Washington 13:33.44 ,
10)Lawrence-Washington 13:33.47 ,
11)Erdelyi-Usc 13:33.99 ,
12)Buckman-Oregon 13:34.23 ,
13)Tonn-Stanford 13:37.22 ,
14)Griffin-Stanford 13:38.90 ,
15)Babcock-Washington 13:39.53 ,
16)Campbell-Washington 13:39.55 ,
17)Murakami-Ucla 13:40.07 ,
18)Moen-Arizona 13:40.11 ,
19)Meyer-Arizona 13:41.93 ,
20)Thompson-Oregon 13:42.30 ,
21)Russell-Arizona 13:42.51 ,
22)Johnson-Washington 13:42.97 ,
23)Kesselring-Oregon 13:44.73 ,
24)Gits-Stanford 13:45.02 ,
25)Callahan-Arizona 13:46.07 ,
26)Dunne-Stanford 13:46.42 ,
27)Vega-Ucla 13:47.47 ,
28)Flanagan-Washington 13:51.31 ,
29)Reilly-California 13:51.84 ,
30)Tam-California 13:53.95 ,
31)Apgar-Arizona 13:54.66 ,
32)Skiba-Ucla 13:55.58 ,
33)Andrews-Oregon 13:56.88 ,
34)Roberts-Washington St. 13:57.16 ,
35)Michel-Oregon 13:58.25 ,
36)Miller-Washington 13:59.18 ,
37)Allison-Arizona State 13:59.62 ,
38)McNair-Arizona State 13:59.70 ,
39)Cerney-California 14:00.55 ,
40)Wallace-Oregon 14:02.85 ,
41)Duhon-Stanford 14:04.40 ,
42)Chetelat-California 14:05.11 ,
43)Martinez-Oregon State 14:05.97 ,
44)Pennings-Stanford 14:06.88 ,
45)Lydy-Arizona State 14:08.69 ,
46)Dutch-California 14:08.85 ,
47)Carter-Washington 14:11.28 ,
48)Friday-Oregon 14:11.95 ,
49)Oberg-California 14:12.32 ,
50)Wiemann-Ucla 14:13.02 ,
51)Austin-Washington St. 14:13.05 ,
52)Macias-Oregon State 14:14.08 ,
53)Linnell-Washington 14:16.09 ,
54)Evans-Washington 14:16.54 ,
55)Carlyle-Oregon State 14:18.11 ,
56)Owens-Arizona State 14:18.16 ,
57)Menefee-Arizona 14:24.41 ,
58)Tarver-Arizona State 14:25.32 ,
59)Clark-Washington St. 14:26.01 ,
60)Murakami-Ucla 14:26.16 ,
61)Chesimet-Oregon State 14:27.45 ,
62)Bobbe-Washington St. 14:28.23 ,
63)Crossman-Oregon 14:28.49 ,
64)Cortez-Usc 14:29.58 ,
65)Smith-Arizona State 14:30.99 ,
66)Sperry-Arizona State 14:31.36 ,
67)Amaro-Stanford 14:32.19 ,
68)Masterson-Oregon State 14:37.08 ,
69)LaValley-Oregon State 14:40.93 ,
70)Soza-Hodgkinson-Oregon State 14:41.10 ,
71)Rodgers-Arizona 14:45.92 ,
72)Pettway-Ucla 14:46.49 ,
73)Zalud-Washington St. 14:46.84 ,
74)Kitayama-Usc 14:51.00 ,
75)Gaeta-Usc 14:51.02 ,
76)Farrar-Washington St. 14:51.80 ,
77)Morshead-Washington St. 14:52.16 ,
78)Eskelsen-Washington St. 14:55.19 ,
79)Loden-Arizona State 14:55.68 ,
80)Lopez-Ucla 15:00.15 ,
81)Sanders-Ucla 15:00.17 ,
82)Schmitt-Ucla 15:06.94 ,
83)Poblacion-Oregon State 15:08.41 ,
84)Wheeler-Oregon State 15:09.49 ,
85)Lundin-Usc 15:13.85 ,
86)Owen-Usc 15:13.95 ,
87)Lukens-Usc 15:14.85 ,
88)Purpura-Ucla 15:16.49 ,
89)Olson-Arizona State 15:21.18 ,
90)Buruse-Oregon State 7:10.94 ,
91)Andrews-Washington St. 7:25.20 ,

.Women 6k Run CC **Split Leaders**
1)Marcy-Stanford 6:47.41 ,
2)Kroeger-Stanford 6:47.42 ,
3)Kosinski-Oregon 6:47.43 ,
4)Tonn-Stanford 6:47.63 ,
5)Prescott-Arizona State 6:47.65 ,
6)Kibet-Arizona 6:47.68 ,
7)Hasay-Oregon 6:47.73 ,
8)Erdelyi-Usc 6:47.84 ,
9)Lawrence-Washington 6:47.90 ,
10)Buckman-Oregon 6:47.92 ,
11)Maier-California 6:47.95 ,
12)Babcock-Washington 6:48.04 ,
13)Flood-Washington 6:48.16 ,
14)Murakami-Ucla 6:48.19 ,
15)Moen-Arizona 6:48.28 ,
16)Campbell-Washington 6:48.32 ,
17)Griffin-Stanford 6:48.52 ,
18)Gits-Stanford 6:48.61 ,
19)Bergman-Arizona 6:48.78 ,
20)Flanagan-Washington 6:48.87 ,
21)Russell-Arizona 6:48.99 ,
22)Thompson-Oregon 6:49.05 ,
23)Johnson-Washington 6:49.08 ,
24)Meyer-Arizona 6:49.16 ,
25)Callahan-Arizona 6:49.21 ,
26)Vega-Ucla 6:49.43 ,
27)Miller-Washington 6:49.89 ,
28)Dunne-Stanford 6:50.02 ,
29)Kesselring-Oregon 6:50.03 ,
30)Roberts-Washington St. 6:50.27 ,
30)McNair-Arizona State 6:50.27 ,
32)Evans-Washington 6:50.42 ,
33)Allison-Arizona State 6:51.45 ,
34)Reilly-California 6:51.60 ,
35)Linnell-Washington 6:51.73 ,
36)Duhon-Stanford 6:51.76 ,
37)Apgar-Arizona 6:52.98 ,
38)Cerney-California 6:53.30 ,
39)Andrews-Oregon 6:53.48 ,
40)Michel-Oregon 6:54.10 ,
41)Wallace-Oregon 6:54.26 ,
42)Skiba-Ucla 6:54.62 ,
43)Lydy-Arizona State 6:54.90 ,
44)Tam-California 6:55.04 ,
45)Carter-Washington 6:55.09 ,
45)Friday-Oregon 6:55.09 ,
47)Oberg-California 6:55.74 ,
48)Dutch-California 6:55.90 ,
49)Pennings-Stanford 6:56.26 ,
50)Wiemann-Ucla 6:56.68 ,
51)Martinez-Oregon State 6:57.03 ,
52)Austin-Washington St. 6:57.20 ,
52)Owens-Arizona State 6:57.20 ,
54)Carlyle-Oregon State 6:57.25 ,
55)Sperry-Arizona State 6:57.92 ,
56)Crossman-Oregon 6:58.67 ,
57)Chetelat-California 6:58.68 ,
58)Macias-Oregon State 6:58.69 ,
59)Menefee-Arizona 7:00.38 ,
60)Cortez-Usc 7:00.57 ,
61)Tarver-Arizona State 7:00.85 ,
62)Murakami-Ucla 7:01.27 ,
63)Chesimet-Oregon State 7:01.90 ,
64)Smith-Arizona State 7:02.00 ,
65)Clark-Washington St. 7:02.35 ,
66)Amaro-Stanford 7:03.45 ,
67)Bobbe-Washington St. 7:04.01 ,
68)Loden-Arizona State 7:04.58 ,
69)LaValley-Oregon State 7:04.92 ,
70)Masterson-Oregon State 7:05.86 ,
71)Pettway-Ucla 7:06.54 ,
72)Rodgers-Arizona 7:08.61 ,
73)Soza-Hodgkinson-Oregon State 7:09.45 ,
74)Zalud-Washington St. 7:09.50 ,
75)Buruse-Oregon State 7:10.94 ,
76)Sanders-Ucla 7:11.15 ,
77)Farrar-Washington St. 7:13.25 ,
78)Eskelsen-Washington St. 7:14.94 ,
79)Schmitt-Ucla 7:15.57 ,
80)Lopez-Ucla 7:16.07 ,
81)Wheeler-Oregon State 7:16.53 ,
82)Purpura-Ucla 7:17.04 ,
83)Gaeta-Usc 7:17.62 ,
84)Kitayama-Usc 7:17.68 ,
85)Morshead-Washington St. 7:18.42 ,
86)Olson-Arizona State 7:20.11 ,
87)Owen-Usc 7:22.90 ,
88)Lundin-Usc 7:22.94 ,
89)Poblacion-Oregon State 7:24.17 ,
90)Andrews-Washington St. 7:25.20 ,
91)Lukens-Usc 7:27.41 ,

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Friday, October 29, 2010

Stanford's Marcy Confident About Team's Ability

Courtesy Pac-10
Updated 10/29/2010

By Jessica Salinas

Nine years ago, when her 7th grade P.E. teacher suggested that she consider running cross country because she had a good stride, Stanford's Stephanie Marcy took the advice and began running cross country. She hated it.

But when Marcy's father heard she wanted to quit, he convinced her to stick it out, at least for that season. By the end of that season, though, Stephanie loved racing. And she was good at it.

Her success in cross country only continued during her years at Sequim High School in Sequim, Wash. Stephanie set school records in the 800, 1,600, 3,200, and 5,000 meters and was also named the 2006 Washington state cross country champion. When it came time to select a college, Marcy's decision was easy.

"Stanford was my dream school since I was 11," Marcy says. "We were on a family road trip, [and] it was the first college I had ever seen."

After visiting Stanford as a recruit, Marcy knew she would be getting the best of both worlds, that of a student and an athlete, both roles that she took very seriously.

Stephanie does not waver in her achievements as a student. Currently, she is majoring in classics, which she loves and finds is the perfect mixture of her academic interests. She is concurrently pursuing a minor in history and writing an honors thesis in the classics department on women in early history. Marcy is also an active member of Cardinal Life, Stanford's Christian community group that reaches out to student-athletes.

As an athlete, Marcy currently makes up part of Stanford's No. 17 women's cross-country team as a redshirt junior, where in 2009, she was Stanford's No. 1 runner in the NCAA Cross Country Championship. Additionally, Marcy earned her first All-American honors during the track season when she placed eighth in 10,000 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Championships just last year. Marcy is expected to be one of the top runners in the Pac-10 this season.

But mention this recognition, and Marcy will quickly point out that the team is "going through a transition period."

Marcy joined the cross country team in 2007, following a season in which Stanford had won its fourth NCAA title in five years. In 2007, the team began losing most of its runners to graduation, and the young team has been steadily rebuilding since then. Stanford is relying on athletes like Marcy, considered one of the team's most consistent competitors, in order to succeed.

"I had a pretty rough freshman year," Marcy says of the obstacles that she has been presented with throughout her collegiate athletic career. Marcy does not linger on these bumps in the road; however, she does show appreciation to those who helped her succeed from that point on.

"I owe a lot of my success to Coach Jason," Marcy says, referring to Stanford cross country head coach Jason Dunn.

"He really believed in me," Marcy says. "It made me want to believe in me. [Coach Jason] would pull me aside and tell me, ‘I know you can do this.' "

Marcy says that this vocal support motivated her to work harder towards becoming the athlete that she is.

Although the Stanford women's cross country team has yet to win another NCAA title, they are far from backing down.

"We want to bring that back," Stephanie says, confident of the Cardinal's potential in winning the national title.

The team's determination is evident. At the recent Pre-National Invitational, the women's cross country team placed third in the White Race.

"We wanted the win, and we had the capability," says Marcy, who individually finished at 23rd. In the end, Stanford was 2 points behind second place Colorado, and 25 points behind winner Georgetown.

Just as Marcy has high aspirations for her team and for herself. She says she would like to earn All-American honors in track once again, as well as in cross country. Furthermore, she would like to place in the top-10 at the Pac-10 Championships.

For now, Stephanie and her teammates have their mind set on the Pac-10 Championships, which will be held in Seattle on October 30.

"We're ready," she says.

Pac-10 Championships Up Next For Stanford

Courtesy Stanford

The No. 1 men and No. 9 women will look to sweep the Pac-10 Championships for the first time since 2005. Chris Derrick will look to defend his Pac-10 title.

Oct. 28, 2010

•Watch The Pac-10 Meet Live On Flotrack

Stanford, Calif. - The No. 1 men's and No. 9 women's cross-country teams will travel to Seattle this Saturday to compete in the Pac-10 Championships. Both teams should contend for the conference championship, although the Pac-10 is widely considered to be among the top cross-country conferences in the nation. The women's race will begin at 10:00 a.m., while the men's gun will be at 11:00 a.m.

Washington is this year's host of the meet and has set the course at Jefferson Golf Course on Seattle's Beacon Hill. The municipal golf course will be set up with a 2,000-meter loop that will be run four times by the men and three times by the women. The weather calls for wet conditions, making the 8,000-meter men's course and 6,000-meter women's course a challenge.

The meet will be broadcast live on flotrack and a link is provided above.

Both the men's and women's team have had recent success at the Pac-10 Championships and 2010 is expected to be no different.

"We go there with a goal of winning on both sides," said head coach Jason Dunn. "I believe we have the personnel to do so, but both races should be extremely close."

The men's race is expected to be between the top-ranked Cardinal and No. 3 Oregon. Last season, Stanford won the conference title with just 28 points compared to 45 from Oregon. However, Oregon rebounded to finish as the national runner-up and has a lot of returning talent again this season.

"I think it will be really tight between the two teams, said Dunn. "Oregon is very good and we expect to have our hands full."

Defending Pac-10 champion Chris Derrick [JR Naperville, IL (Neuqua Valley)] will lead the Cardinal, but don't expect him to be alone. Elliott Heath [SR Winona, MN (Winona)] and Jacob Riley [RS JR Bellingham, WA (Sehome)] have run side-by-side with Derrick at every meet so far, including the trio's historic 1-2-3 finish at Pre-Nationals. Heath was third at last year's meet and is the top returner outside of Derrick.

Oregon will be led by Luke Puskedra who was fourth last year, but was the Pac-10 newcomer of the year ahead of Derrick in 2008. He will look to challenge for the individual title as will his teammate Matthew Centrowitz, who was fifth last year.

The key should be the depth, where the Cardinal are very strong.2009 Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year Miles Unterreiner and All-America steeplechaser J.T. Sullivan are among the candidates to fill out Stanford's top-5. Each team will be allowed to run 10 at the meet and Stanford will have the full 10 running with Dunn expecting any in the group to make a difference.

Other ranked teams include No. 22 California led by a potential individual challenger Michael Coe and No. 31 UCLA.

The women's race could be even more competitive than the men's with five ranked teams, including Stanford at No. 9. No. 2 Oregon is the favorite, but No. 6 Arizona is a young improved team, while No. 20 Washington is just two years removed from a national title and has several pieces remaining from that team, while No. 22 California will also be a factor.

"The race is probably going to come down to who can get its fifth girl in first," said Dunn. "It is really going to be that close."

Stanford is led by Kathy Kroeger who won the Stanford Invitational and placed third at Pre-Nationals. She did not compete at last year's meet, but should contend for the title this year. Stanford's top returner is Alex Gits who placed 10th last season, but with improved health this year will be looking to better that spot. Also returning is Stephanie Marcy who placed 11th last year and was Stanford's top runner at the national meet a year ago. Alex Dunne, Georgia Griffin and freshman Jessica Tonn are the others that should provide the scoring for Stanford, although the depth of the full squad could be utilized in the women's race as well.

Oregon carries its lofty ranking into the meet after placing second to Washington at the Pac-10 meet last year. The Ducks are led by sophomore Jordan Hasay who is the top returning runner after placing third last season. Teammate Alex Kosinki is also expected to be in the lead pack after finishing right with Hasay at the Bill Dellinger Invitational two weeks ago.

Arizona has rose through the rankings more than any other Pac-10 team with its impressive win at the Roy Griak Invitational in Minnesota earlier this season. The young Wildcats team was just sixth at last year's meet, but has shown a great pack this year that could result in getting its five runners in first.

Washington returns Mel Lawrence and Christine Babcock who were fourth and fifth last season. The Huskies have yet to showcase its full squad, which may be the reason for its ranking, but this is still the two-time defending conference champion and a team that placed third at the NCAA meet last year.

Finally, California is another improved team led by Deborah Maier, who is mentioned as one of the favorites for the individual title.

Overall, it will be an exciting weekend of racing in Seattle with several of the nation's top teams. Both Stanford teams are legitimate threats to win the conference title, something that has not happened since 2005.

NOTES

•The Stanford men won last season's Pac-10 Championship, which was its 12th in the 40 year history of the race. Chris Derrick became the fifth individual champion in Stanford history, joining Ian Dobson (2003), Grant Robison (2001, 2002), Jonathon Riley (2000) and Marc Olesen (1985).

•The Stanford women placed fourth last season, but have won 14 of the 24 Pac-10 Championships. It's last title was 2007, which completed a run of 12 consecutive conference titles. The Cardinal women have had four individual Pac-10 Champions in Arianna Lambie (2005, 2007), Sara Bei (2002, 2003), Lauren Fleshman (2001) and Erin Sullivan (1999).

•Jason Dunn is the returning Pac-10 Coach of the Year and Miles Unterreiner is the returning Pac-10 Newcomer of the year, while Chris Derrick is the returning Pac-10 Athlete of the Year.

•Kathy Kroeger ran the fastest time of any Pac-10 athlete at the Pre-National meet this season. Pre-Nationals is widely considered the top midseason invitational in the country, although Oregon was among the Pac-10 teams that did not attend this year.

•The times of 23:16.9, 23:16.9 and 23:17.1 run by Derrick, Elliott Heath and Jacob Riley were the fastest of the day at Pre-Nationals and the ninth, 10th and 11th fastest all-time at the Pre-National course at Indiana State.

•The Pac-10 Championships are being run at Jefferson Golf Course for the first time. Lincoln Park in West Seattle is the normal home course for Washington and is where it holds its annual Sun Dodger Invitational. It was also the site of the 2000 Pac-10 Championships, the last time the Huskies hosted the meet.

Stanford Roster

MenLast Name
Name eligibility
Yr. Hometown (High School)
atchoo michael
Michael Atchoo 1
FR Troy, Mich. (Troy)
bazzell graham
Graham Bazzell 1
FR Columbia, MD (Atholton)
berberick andrew
Andrew Berberick 2
RS FR Littleton, CO (Mullen)
bertolotti marco
Marco Bertolotti 1
FR Port Washington, N.Y. (Paul D. Schreiber)
castro spencer
Spencer Castro 6
RS JR Groveland, CA (Sonora)
chapin ramsey
Ramsey Chapin 2
RS FR North Bethesda, MD (Georgetown Prep)
derrick chris
Chris Derrick 5
JR Naperville, IL (Neuqua Valley)
duran bronson
Bronson Duran 1
FR Albuquerque, N.M. (Sandia Prep)
edwards travis
Travis Edwards 1
FR Simi Valley, Calif. (Royal)
ferris dylan
Dylan Ferris 4
RS SO Kernersville, NC (East Forsyth)
gregg brendan
Brendan Gregg 7
SR Davis, CA (Davis)
havel kevin
Kevin Havel 4
RS SO Arlington Heights, IL (John Hersey)
heath elliott
Elliott Heath 7
SR Winona, MN (Winona)
johnson benjamin
Benjamin Johnson 4
RS SO Albuquerque, NM (Albuquerque Academy)
krotzer kenny
Kenny Krotzer 1
FR Buckley, Wash. (Auburn-Riverside)
mallon thomas
Thomas Mallon 1
FR Chalfont, Pa. (Central Bucks South)
olson erik
Erik Olson 1
FR Novato, Calif. (Novato)
riley jacob
Jacob Riley 6
RS JR Bellingham, WA (Sehome)
stutzman tyler
Tyler Stutzman 2
RS FR Charlottesville, VA (Western Albermarle)
sullivan j.t.
J.T. Sullivan 6
RS JR Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (Trabuco Hills)
sullivan riley
Riley Sullivan 4
RS SO Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (Trabuco Hills)
summers paul
Paul Summers 1
FR Palo Alto, Calif. (Gunn)
thorne adam
Adam Thorne 1
FR Spokane, Wash. (Joel E. Ferris)
unterreiner miles
Miles Unterreiner 4
RS SO Gig Harbor, WA (Gig Harbor)
valdes ryan
Ryan Valdes 2
RS FR San Juan Capistrano, CA (Dana Hills)
valdes tyler
Tyler Valdes 2
RS FR San Juan Capistrano, CA (Dana Hills)

Women Last Name
Name eligibility
Yr. Hometown (High School)
amaro emilie
Emilie Amaro 4
RS SO Cooper City, FL (Cypress Bay)
collison claire
Claire Collison 5
JR La Crescenta, CA (Crescenta Valley)
dailey anna
Anna Dailey 1
FR Seattle, Wash. (Garfield)
duhon madeline
Madeline Duhon 6
RS JR Wassenaar, The Netherlands (The American School of the Hague)
dunne alex
Alex Dunne 3
SO San Clemente, CA (San Clemente)
fedronic justine
Justine Fedronic 2
RS FR Belmont, CA (Carlmont)
ferrante marissa
Marissa Ferrante 1
FR Aptos, Calif. (Aptos)
francis leah
Leah Francis 1
FR Juneau, Ak. (Juneau-Douglas)
ginez sophia
Sophia Ginez 1
FR Dayton, N.J. (South Brunswick)
gits alex
Alex Gits 7
SR Edina, MN (Edina)
griffin georgia
Georgia Griffin 5
JR Norwich, VT (Hanover)
kroeger kathy
Kathy Kroeger 3
SO Franklin, TN (Independence)
lattanzi maria
Maria Lattanzi 4
RS SO Palo Alto, CA (Palo Alto)
malone maria
Maria Malone 2
RS FR Folsom, CA (Folsom)
marcy stephanie
Stephanie Marcy 6
RS JR Sequim, WA (Sequim)
mccurdy sarah
Sarah McCurdy 4
RS SO Brightwaters, NY (Bay Shore)
miller-bedell emma
Emma Miller-Bedell 4
RS SO Orangeburg, NY (Tappan Zee)
murray tate
Tate Murray 1
FR Lake Oswego, Ore. (Lake Oswego)
pennings tori
Tori Pennings 4
RS SO Warwick, NY (Warwick)
reese kristin
Kristin Reese 4
RS SO Holmes, NY (Carmel)
tonn jessica
Jessica Tonn 1
FR Paradise Valley, Ariz. (Xavier Prep)
varnell hannah
Hannah Varnell 2
RS FR Gloucester, VA (Gloucester)


Coaching Staff


Edrick Floreal - Franklin P. Johnson Director of Track & Field
Jason Dunn - Head Coach
David Vidal - Assistant Coach
Hakon DeVries - Volunteer Assistant Coach
Garrett Heath - Volunteer Assistant Coach

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

2010 Fall NCS/Les Schwab Tires Championships

Courtesy NCS
2010 Fall NCS/Les Schwab Tires Championships

The 2010 Fall North Coast Section playoffs are here! Be sure to check the NCS website for bracket updates, including matchups, dates and times.

Information goes online:

Soccer, Water Polo Brackets: Sunday, October 31
Volleyball, Team Tennis Brackets: Sunday, November 7
Football Brackets: Sunday, November 14

Cross Country Entries: Monday, November 15

NCS FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES HISTORY

Can't remember who won the Division 2A Redwood Empire title in 1990? (Bonus points for those of you who knew it was San Rafael). Click HERE to see NCS football champions (most complete with brackets) dating back to 1919! Special thanks to former NCS staff and other associates for their continued work on the history of the Section.

2010 SOUVENIRS ARE HERE!

Be the first to get a 2010 NCS championship souvenir for cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, volleyball and water polo!

Need a t-shirt?, Or a sweatshirt?, Short on long sleeves?, Cinchsack?

DID YOU KNOW?

It might not be spring for us, but how about a little baseball tidbit since Northern California has been swept away by Giants fever! San Francisco just clinched a World Series berth over the Philadelphia Phillies. But did you know that Phillies shortstop, Jimmy Rollins, went to an NCS school? That's right! Rollins graduated from Encinal in Alameda!

Don't forget! In this Fall's Prep:

CATCHING UP WITH...Meagan Schmitt
Meagan Schmitt led Redwood High School to four consecutive MCAL volleyball titles and a North Coast Section Division II championship in 2006. She is now a member of the nationally-ranked University of California volleyball squad. The senior defensive specialist out of Kentfield opens up to the North Coast Section about high school championships and life as a Golden Bear.

Q: You won an NCS volleyball title while playing at Redwood. What was your fondest memory of that championship?

A: Winning the NCS volleyball title was by far my favorite memory of playing Redwood Volleyball. We had a large senior class of six players, and the opportunity to finish off our high school careers on such a high note was priceless. Winning the NCS title was our goal from the beginning and to finally accomplish it in our final year left a great, lasting memory of high school volleyball in my mind.

To read more of this interview, pick up an NCS Prep at any championship event, or purchase online HERE!

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Keith Conning: Meagan's mother Laura Schmitt is the cross country coach at Redwood. Her brother Jake ran track and cross country for Redwood HS, California, and Washington. Her sister Caitlin is a freshman cross country runner at UCLA.

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Courtesy University of Washington
Jake Schmitt

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Kentfield, Calif.

High School:
Redwood

Last College:
California

Position:
Distances

Experience:
2V

Graduated:
2010

2009-10: One of three seniors that led the Huskies back to the NCAA Championships, where they placed 18th for the second consecutive season ... scored for UW at every meet and ran in the top-three in four of his five races ... finished 104th as the No. 3 UW finisher at the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, finishing the 10k in 30:59 ... placed 30th at the NCAA West Regional meet despite a fall near the finish line, helping UW take fourth and qualify for nationals ... took 29th at the Pac-10 Championships in 24:06, the third finisher on the team ... was Washington's No. 1 finisher at Pre-Nationals, leading the squad to fifth in 24:16 ... his 28th-place run at the Notre Dame Invitational contributed to the team title for UW ... was a Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention selection ... (Track): Concluded his standout collegiate career with a trip to the NCAA Championship West Prelims where he took 19th in the 10,000-meter run ... went under 29-minutes in the 10k once again at the Stanford Invitational, taking 10th in 28:56.21, the top time by a Husky on the year ... also cracked 14-minutes in the 5,000-meters at the Brutus Hamilton Invite, placing seventh in 13:59.26 ... second in the UW-WSU dual 3k in 8:27.22 ... indoors, had a season-best 5k time of 14:15.51 at the Husky Classic ... finished 12th in the 5k at the MPSF Championships in 14:21.44 ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.

2008-09: Ran in UW's top-three at every meet and was the top Husky finisher at the NCAA Cross Country Championships, placing 58th (30:33) and leading the team to an impressive 18th-place finish ... was the top Husky finisher at Pre-Nationals, running 24:08 for a 27th-place finish ... also led the team at the Sundodger, coming in third in 23:48 ... was 16th overall and third on the team at the Pac-10 Championships ... placed 26th overall and third among Huskies at West Regionals, running 29:53 over 10K ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... (Track): Earned first career All-America honor with a 9th-place finish in the 5,000-meters at the NCAA Indoor Championships, finishing in 14:04.20 ... qualified for second-consecutive NCAA Outdoor Championships at 10,000-meters, placing 22nd at the national meet ... won the MPSF Championships title at 5,000-meters in 13:57.49, the second win for UW ever in that event ... set new 5k PR at the UW Last Chance Qualifier, running 13:54.25, the second-best mark in UW history ... also placed sixth in the 3,000m at MPSFs, running 8:03.04, fourth-fastest in school history ... lowered his 10k PR at the Stanford Invite, running 28:53.99, which ranks third in Husky history ... won the 3,000-meters by a wide margin at the UW-WSU dual meet, clocking 8:12.15 ... 10th at the Pac-10 meet in the 5,000m in 14:20.36 ... lowered 1,500m PR by four seconds at Oregon Relays, running 3:50.75 ... garnered Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.

2007-08: Competed twice unattached in cross country while redshirting season following transfer from Cal ... UW's top unattached competitor, beginning with No. 4 finish at Sundodger which would have been second on the squad ... placed third overall at the Willamette Invite in 24:02 ... qualified for his first NCAA Championships during track season, making the field in the 10000-meters outdoors ... finished 21st at NCAA's in 30:44.12 ... ran the 3rd-best 10K in school history at the Stanford Invitational, where he finished 18th against top college and professional athletes in 28:56.05 ... indoors, ran an NCAA Provisional time of 14:04.40 in the 5000-meters at the Husky Classic, the 3rd-fastest indoors in Husky history ... placed sixth at the MPSF Championships in both the 3000-meters and 5000-meters ... improved his mile and 3K personal-bests, running 4:09.67 and 8:09.17, respectively.

2006-07 (Cal): Competed in 2006 Junior World Track Championships in Beijing, China, placing 17th in the 10,000m ... ran twice for the Golden Bears during 2006 cross country season, once at the Chile Pepper Festival where he ran fourth for Cal in 30:37.04 over 10k, and once at the Pac-10 Championships where he was Cal's No. 3 runner and 50th overall in a time of 24:58.02 ... did not compete during track season.

2005-06 (Cal): Competed five times for Cal during freshman cross country season, running in Bears' top-seven in every outing ... in the NCAA West Regional, placed 70th overall in 32:01 ... finished 49th at the Pac-10 Championships, clocking 25:51 ... ran distance events during track season ... competed in two events at the MPSF Championships, the 5000m (14:44.92) and the 3000m (8:19.76) ... clocked in at 25:51 (49th) at the Pac-10 Championships ... in the 10,000m at the Stanford Invitational, finished at 30:15.38.

High School and Personal: Born in San Francisco, California ... parents are Tom and Laura Schmitt ... both parents competed in cross country and track and field at Cal ... mother coaches Redwood High School's cross country team ... two younger sisters, Meagan and Caitlin ... sister Meagan plays volleyball at Cal ... Grabbed 19th place at the 2004 Footlocker Cross Country Nationals ... claimed the California state cross country title as a senior at Redwood HS...placed fifth in the 3200m at the 2005 state meet ... a 2004 Verizon Junior All-American in track and field and honorable mention All-American in cross country ... 11-time Marin County Athletic League champion in cross country and track and field ... six-time North Coast Section champion in cross country and track and field ... led high school to three league cross country titles and one in track and field ... considering acting as a profession ... majoring in psychology.

Major Meets
2005 Pac-10 XC - 49th (7th Cal)
2005 Regional XC - 70th (5th Cal)
2006 MPSF TF - 15th, 3000m; 20th, 5000m
2006 Pac-10 TF - 10th, 10000m
2006 Pac-10 XC - 50th (3rd Cal)
2006 World Jr. TF - 17th, 10000m
2008 MPSF TF - 6th, 3000m; 6th, 5000m
2008 NCAA-O - 21st, 10000m
2008 Pac-10 XC - 16th (3rd UW)
2008 Regional XC - 26th (3rd UW)
2008 NCAA XC - 58th (1st UW)
2009 MPSF TF - 1st, 5000m; 6th, 3000m
2009 NCAA-I - 9th, 5000m*
2009 Pac-10 TF - 10th, 5000m
2009 Regional TF - 25th, 5000m
2009 NCAA-O - 22nd, 10000m
2009 Pac-10 XC - 29th (3rd UW)
2009 Regional XC - 30th (4th UW)
2009 NCAA XC - 104th (3rd UW) 2010 MPSF TF - 12th, 5000m
2010 Pac-10 TF - DNF, 10000m
2010 Regional TF - 19th, 10000m

* - Indicates All-American Honor Won

Collegiate Best Marks
1500m.......3:50.75
Mile......4:09.67
3000m......8:03.04i / 8:09.17
5000m....... 13:54.25i
10,000m.......28:53.99

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Courtesy UCLA
Caitlin Schmitt

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Marin County, CA

High School:
Redwood

Height:
5-6

Birthdate:
07/09/1992

High School - Earned four varsity letters in cross country and track for Redwood HS ... Two-time MVP for her cross country team ... Also served as team captain for both track and cross country her senior year ...Was team captain for track her junior year ... 2009 First-team all-league for cross country ... High school team was MCAL champion on three occasions for track and field, including three undefeated seasons, as well as league champions in cross country in 2009 and 2007 ... Given `Most Inclusive and Enthusiastic' award in 2008 ... Received `Most Improved Athlete' award for her school in 2007 ... Top times of 11:41 in the 3200m and 19:05 on a cross country course. Personal - Born July 9, 1992 in Marin County, CA ... Daughter of Thomas and Laura Schmitt, both of whom were runners for the Cal Bears ... Has one brother, Jake, who was an all-american distance runner for the University of Washington, and one sister, Meagan, who is a libero for the Cal Bears volleyball team ... Pre-Psychology major.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

NCAA D2 National Rankings

NCAA Division II
Men’s Cross Country National Team Rankings
2010 Week #6, October 27
next ranking: November 3

Rank Institution Region Conference Location Last Week
1 Adams State Central RMAC Alamosa, Colo. 1
2 Western State Central RMAC Gunnison, Colo. 2
3 Colorado Mines Central RMAC Golden, Colo. 3
4 Chico State West CCAA Chico, Calif. 4
5 Grand Valley State Midwest GLIAC Allendale, Mich. 5
6 Shippensburg Atlantic PSAC Shippensburg, Pa. 6
7 Queens (N.C.) Southeast Conf. Carolinas Charlotte, N.C. 7
8 Alaska Anchorage West GNAC Anchorage, Alaska 9
9 Lock Haven Atlantic PSAC Lock Haven, Pa. 8
10 Harding South Gulf South Searcy, Ark. 10
11 Western Washington West GNAC Bellingham, Wash. 11
12 UMass Lowell East Northeast-10 Lowell, Mass. 12
13 Augustana (S.D.) Central NSIC Sioux Falls, S.D. 13
14 Edinboro Atlantic PSAC Edinboro, Pa. 14
15 Southern Indiana Midwest GLVC Evansville, Ind. 15
16 Metro State Central RMAC Denver, Colo. 16
17 Central Missouri South Central MIAA Warrensburg, Mo. 17
18 Neb.-Kearney Central RMAC Kearney, Neb. 18
19 Columbus State Southeast Peach Belt Columbus, Ga. 19
20 Stonehill East Northeast-10 Easton, Mass. 21
21 Pittsburg State South Central MIAA Pittsburg, Kan. 20
22 Tiffin Midwest GLIAC Tiffin, Ohio 22
23 Western Oregon West GNAC Monmouth, Ore. 23
24 Florida Southern South Sunshine Lakeland, Fla. NR
25 Bellarmine Midwest GLVC Louisville, Ky. NR
Dropped Out: No. 24 Wayne State (Mich.), No. 25 East Central (Okla.)
teams ranked by T.J. Garlatz, Alaska Anchorage



USTFCCCA
NCAA Division II
Women’s Cross Country National Team Rankings
2010 Week #6, October 27
next ranking: November 3

Rank Institution Region Conference Location Last Week
1 Adams State Central RMAC Alamosa, Colo. 1
2 Grand Valley State Midwest GLIAC Allendale, Mich. 2
3 Shippensburg Atlantic PSAC Shippensburg, Pa. 3
4 Alaska Anchorage West GNAC Anchorage, Alaska 4
5 Chico State West CCAA Chico, Calif. 5
6 Western State Central RMAC Gunnison, Colo. 6
7 Minnesota Duluth Central NSIC Duluth, Minn. 7
8 Western Washington West GNAC Bellingham, Wash. 8
9 Ferris State Midwest GLIAC Big Rapids, Mich. 9
10 U-Mary Central NSIC Bismarck, N.D. 10
11 Pittsburg State South Central MIAA Pittsburg, Kan. 11
12 Edinboro Atlantic PSAC Edinboro, Pa. 12
13 Truman State South Central MIAA Kirksville, Mo. 13
14 Southern Indiana Midwest GLVC Evansville, Ind. 15
15 Tampa South Sunshine Tampa, Florida 16
16 Kutztown Atlantic PSAC Kutztown, Pa. 19
17 Midwestern State South Central Lone Star Wichita Falls, Texas 17
18 Augustana (S.D.) Central NSIC Sioux Falls, S.D. 18
19 Millersville Atlantic PSAC Millersville, Pa. 14
20 Wayne State (Mich.) Midwest GLIAC Detroit, Mich. 21
21 Ashland Midwest GLIAC Ashland, Ohio 22
22 Queens (N.C.) Southeast Conf. Carolinas Charlotte, N.C. 23
23 Missouri Southern South Central MIAA Joplin, Mo. 24
24 East Stroudsburg Atlantic PSAC East Stroudsburg, Pa. 25
25 Stonehill East Northeast-10 Easton, Mass. 20
Dropped Out: none
teams ranked by Ray Hoffman, Kutztown

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Olympic Families Win Access to Games, According to Moriarty Leyendecker

Olympic Families Win Access to Games, According to Moriarty Leyendecker

Darvis Patton placed fourth in the 200 meters at 2004 Olympic Trials in Sacramento

2004 U.S. Olympic Trials - 7/9/2004 to 7/18/2004
Sacramento, CA
Results
Men 200 Meter Dash
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World: W 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, USA
American: A 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, Nike
Stadium: 19.85 7/24/2000 John Capel, adidas
Name Year Team Prelims
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Heat 1 Preliminaries Wind: 0.7
1 Justin Gatlin Nike 20.06Q
2 Wallace Spearmon Arkansas 20.25Q
3 Aaron Armstrong Nike 20.50Q
4 David Neville Indiana 20.72Q
5 Kevin Braunskill Unattached 20.86q
6 Kaaron Conwright Nike 21.10q
7 Kenny Brokenburr Nike 21.30q
Heat 2 Preliminaries Wind: -0.3
1 Tyson Gay Arkansas 20.07Q
2 Coby Miller Nike 20.39Q
3 Darvis Patton adidas 20.66Q
4 Jabari Fields Unattached 20.78Q
5 Walter Dix Unattached 20.87q
6 Milton Mallard U.S. Army 21.24q
Heat 3 Preliminaries Wind: 0.3
1 Shawn Crawford Nike 19.88Q
2 Bernard Williams Nike 20.26Q
3 John Capel adidas 20.53Q
4 Leonard Scott Nike 20.62Q
5 LeShaunte Edwards Unattached 20.80q
6 John Woods Colorado St. 20.99q
Heat 4 Preliminaries Wind: -0.3
1 Joshua Johnson Nike 20.41Q
2 Stanford Routt Houston 20.52Q
3 Jerome Mathis Hampton 20.77Q
4 Domenik Peterson Arizona St. 20.81Q
5 Kyle Farmer Florida 21.09q
6 LeTra Lewis Miss. Valley St. 21.98q
Heat 5 Preliminaries Wind: 0.3
1 Mickey Grimes Nike 20.39Q
2 Jimmie Hackley Unattached 20.54Q
3 Jordan Vaden Livingstone 20.61Q
4 Leo Bookman Nike 20.65Q
5 Wes Felix Unattached 20.69q
6 Seth Amoo Arizona St. 21.11q

Men 200 Meter Dash
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World: W 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, USA
American: A 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, Nike
Stadium: 19.85 7/24/2000 John Capel, adidas
Name Year Team Qtrs
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Heat 1 Quarter-Finals Wind: -1.2
1 Joshua Johnson Nike 20.42Q
2 John Capel adidas 20.46Q
3 Mickey Grimes Nike 20.60Q
4 Domenik Peterson Arizona St. 20.63q
5 Jordan Vaden Livingstone 20.93
Heat 2 Quarter-Finals Wind: -0.4
1 Shawn Crawford Nike 20.09Q
2 Leonard Scott Nike 20.51Q
3 Leo Bookman Nike 20.54Q
4 Stanford Routt Houston 20.62q
5 Coby Miller Nike 20.68
6 Walter Dix Unattached 21.19
Heat 3 Quarter-Finals Wind: -0.8
1 Bernard Williams Nike 20.07Q
2 Justin Gatlin Nike 20.09Q
3 Jimmie Hackley Unattached 20.54Q
4 David Neville Indiana 20.85
5 Kevin Braunskill Unattached 20.86
6 Jerome Mathis Hampton 24.40
Heat 4 Quarter-Finals Wind: +0.0
1 Tyson Gay Arkansas 20.22Q
2 Darvis Patton adidas 20.45Q
3 Aaron Armstrong Nike 20.52Q
4 Wallace Spearmon Arkansas 20.60q
5 LeShaunte Edwards Unattached 20.67q
6 Jabari Fields Unattached 21.01

Men 200 Meter Dash
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World: W 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, USA
American: A 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, Nike
Stadium: 19.85 7/24/2000 John Capel, adidas
Name Year Team Semis
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Heat 1 Semi-Finals Wind: -0.7
1 Bernard Williams Nike 20.15Q
2 Joshua Johnson Nike 20.45Q
3 Mickey Grimes Nike 20.48Q
4 Justin Gatlin Nike 20.50Q
5 Leonard Scott Nike 20.57
6 LeShaunte Edwards Unattached 20.67
7 Aaron Armstrong Nike 20.81
8 Wallace Spearmon Arkansas 20.92
Heat 2 Semi-Finals Wind: 0.1
1 Shawn Crawford Nike 20.00Q
2 Darvis Patton adidas 20.17Q 20.163
3 Tyson Gay Arkansas 20.17Q 20.168
4 John Capel adidas 20.49Q
5 Stanford Routt Houston 20.60
6 Leo Bookman Nike 20.66
7 Domenik Peterson Arizona St. 20.82
8 Jimmie Hackley Unattached 20.83

Men 200 Meter Dash
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World: W 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, USA
American: A 19.32 8/1/1996 Michael Johnson, Nike
Stadium: 19.85 7/24/2000 John Capel, adidas
Name Year Team Finals
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Section 1 Finals Wind: -0.7
1 Shawn Crawford Nike 19.99
2 Justin Gatlin Nike 20.01
3 Bernard Williams Nike 20.30
4 Darvis Patton adidas 20.32
5 Joshua Johnson Nike 20.58
6 John Capel adidas 20.72
7 Mickey Grimes Nike 20.98
-- Tyson Gay Arkansas DNF

Darvis Patton IAAF biography

Courtesy IAAF
Patton Darvis USASex Weight Height Date of Birth Place of birth
M 04/12/1977
Information
National Championships: 2003 (1st, 200m)
Personal Best - Outdoor
Performance Wind Place Date
100 Metres 9.89 2.0 Shanghai 20/09/2009
9.89 1.6 Eugene, OR 28/06/2008
200 Metres 20.03 0.6 Paris Saint-Denis 28/08/2003
Long Jump 8.12 0.1 Arlington, TX 31/03/2001
Personal Best - Indoor
Performance Wind Place Date
60 Metres 6.58 Houston, TX 25/01/2003
200 Metres 20.73 Boston (Roxbury), MA 01/02/2003
20.73 Fayetteville, AR 10/03/2001
Long Jump 7.85 Houston, TX 03/02/2001
Progression - Outdoor
Season Performance Wind Place Date
100 Metres 2010 10.19 0.8 Lawrence, KS 17/04/2010
2009 9.89 2.0 Shanghai 20/09/2009
2008 9.89 1.6 Eugene, OR 28/06/2008
2007 10.11 1.1 Carson, CA 20/05/2007
2006 10.19 1.2 Eugene, OR 08/08/2006
2005 10.27 1.8 Kingston, JAM 07/05/2005
2004 10.12 1.6 Kingston, JAM 07/05/2004
2003 10.00 1.5 Z├╝rich 15/08/2003
2002 10.14 1.4 Padova 01/09/2002
2002 10.14 0.0 Roma 12/07/2002
2001 10.16 1.6 Arlington, TX 05/05/2001
2000 10.22 0.6 El Paso, TX 20/05/2000
200 Metres 2009 20.32 -1.0 Barcelona (O) 25/07/2009
2008 20.85 1.3 Arlington, TX 29/03/2008
2007 20.49 1.3 New York City, NY 02/06/2007
2006 20.50 0.3 Thessaloniki 24/07/2006
2005 21.14 0.9 Kingston, JAM 07/05/2005
2004 20.17 0.1 Sacramento, CA 17/07/2004
2003 20.03 0.6 Paris Saint-Denis 28/08/2003
2002 20.12 0.5 Bruxelles 30/08/2002
2001 20.31 1.0 Eugene, OR 23/06/2001
2000 20.29 0.6 Durham, NC 02/06/2000
Long Jump 2002 8.04 1.8 Padova 01/09/2002
2001 8.12 0.1 Arlington, TX 31/03/2001
2000 8.04 2.0 Baton Rouge, LA 25/03/2000
Progression - Indoor
Season Performance Wind Place Date
60 Metres 2009 6.61 Boston (Roxbury), MA 07/02/2009
2008 6.70 Glasgow 26/01/2008
2005 6.68 Fairfax, VA 15/01/2005
2003 6.58 Houston, TX 25/01/2003
2002 6.69 Erfurt 01/02/2002
2001 6.66 Fayetteville, AR 09/03/2001
2000 6.64 Houston, TX 25/02/2000
200 Metres 2008 21.68 Glasgow 26/01/2008
2003 20.73 Boston (Roxbury), MA 01/02/2003
2002 20.90 Stuttgart 03/02/2002
2001 20.73 Fayetteville, AR 10/03/2001
2000 20.89 Fayetteville, AR 10/03/2000
Long Jump 2001 7.85 Houston, TX 03/02/2001
2000 7.80 Houston, TX 25/02/2000
Honours
Rank Performance Wind Place Date
100 Metres
IAAF/VTB Bank World Athletics Final 3 f 10.00 -0.2 Thessaloniki 12/09/2009
12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics 8 f 10.34 0.9 Berlin 16/08/2009
The XXIX Olympic Games 8 f 10.03 0.0 Beijing (National Stadium) 16/08/2008
200 Metres
1st IAAF World Athletics Final 4 f 20.46 0.1 Monaco 14/09/2003
9th IAAF World Championships in Athletics 2 f 20.31 0.1 Paris Saint-Denis 29/08/2003

Patton named 2002 USA Outdoor 200m champion

Two-time Olympian Darvis “Doc” Patton has been named the 2002 USA Outdoor 200m champion following the October 22 announcement by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) that the winner of that race, Ramon Clay, has received a doping suspension and been stripped of his title.

With the 2002 title, Patton becomes a two-time national champion at 200m. Patton, who crossed the finish line in the 200m final at the 2002 USA Outdoor Championships in 20.31 seconds, also won the 2003 national title in 20.15. Later that summer, Patton won the 200m silver medal at the World Outdoor Championships in Paris, in addition to a gold medal in the 4x100m relay. He also owns a 4x100m relay gold medal from the 2007 World Outdoor Championships and a relay silver medal from the 2004 Olympic Games.



In recent years Patton has enjoyed success in the 100m, finishing third at the 2010 Olympic Trials and eighth at the Olympic Games in Beijing. Patton was the runner-up in the 100m at the 2009 USA Outdoor Championships and placed eighth later that summer at the World Outdoor Championships in Berlin.



Ramon Clay’s two-year suspension handed down by USADA began on November 9, 2009 and was based on his use and possession of anabolic agents and hormones, and other substances, from 2000-2004. Clay is disqualified from all competitive results achieved on and subsequent to January 1, 2000, the date he first committed the anti-doping rules violations based on evidence gathered by USADA.



For more information on USA Track & Field, visit: www.usatf.org.

RAMON CLAY

RAMON CLAY
Event: 200m
Height: 6-2
Weight: 192
PR: 200m - 20.05 (2001)
Born: June 29, 1975, in Memphis, Tenn.
Current Residence: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Hunter's Lane HS, Nashville, Tenn. '94
Colleges: Blinn JC '95; Norfolk State '96
Coach: Trevor Graham
Agent: Ray Flynn
Club: adidas

Career Highlights: 2002 U.S. Outdoor champion; 2001 U.S. Outdoor runner-up; 1998 U.S. Indoor champion; 4th at 2002 World Cup; 1994 World Junior silver medalist.

Clay started running in ninth grade, but wasnt serious about it until his junior year: My coach (Charles Lewis) stayed on me and Ive been going at it ever sincedid brief stints at Blinn JC and Norfolk State, but after 1997 returned to Nashville to work with his high school coach: I was really excited with 1998, and I was happy that I improved. I was just moving back with my coach and we werent sure if we could make the conversion from high school coaching to world-class coachinga close friend of pro basketball player Ron Mercer, the two pooled money and started a foundation to aid five inner-city families who had lost their houses to fire: We wanted to help them outin his spare time, he likes to play golf; if its too cold, he and his friends head to a local virtual reality golf set-upmarried to Julian, a 400-meter runner, on May 1, 2002daughter Jada Nicole was born April 5, 2002.

2003: 5th at USA Outdoors 200m (20.27)2nd in race #1 at Gaz de France (20.31)ran 2nd leg on USA Reds 1st place 4x200m relay team at Penn Relays (1:19.16)best of 20.27ranked #9 in the world, #6 in U.S. by T&FN.
2002: USA Outdoor 200m champion (20.27)4th at World Cup (20.32)1st at Bridgetown (20.27)1st at Port-of-Spain (20.28)2nd at Lausanne (20.45)3rd at USA vs. GB, RUS (20.62)2nd at London (20.34)ranked #5 in the world, #2 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 20.27. 2001: 2nd at USA Outdoors (20.60)8th in second round at World Outdoors (23.58)ran 20.20 to win his semifinal heat at USA Outdoors 200mran 20.25 in Barbadosran 20.27 in Niceranked #6 in world & #3 U.S. by T&FNbest of 20.05 in Lausanne.
2000: 5th, semis at Olympic Trials (20.30)bests of 10.29 and 20.30.
1999: 7th in semis at USA Outdoors (20.62w) best of 20.26.
1998: Won USA Indoors (20.42) won Doha GP (20.06 PR) undefeated until injury at St-Denis in early June ended seasonranked #6 in world (#3 U.S.) at 200 by T&FNbest of 20.06.
1997: 4th in 200 at USA Outdoors (20.50)ranked #9 in U.S. at 200 by T&FNbest of 20.49, plus 10.31w.
1996: 4th in 200 at Olympic Trials (20.08 PR)ranked #9 in world (#5 U.S.) at 200 by T&FNbest of 20.08.
1995: Won 400 at JUCO Indoor (47.32)won JUCO 400 (45.48 PR)did not finish semi of 200 at USA Outdoors (after 20.55w heat); disqualified in 400 heats (46.34)best of 20.55w, plus 45.48. 1994: Won Tennessee HS state titles at 100, 200 and 4002nd in 400 at USA Juniors (45.82 PR); 2nd in 200 heat (21.48)3rd in 400 at Olympic Festival (45.94)silver medal at World Juniors (46.19); anchored gold medal 4x400 (45.6 for 3:03.32)best of 21.48, plus 10.71 and 45.82.
1993: Won Tennessee HS state titles at 100 and 200best of 21.30.
1992: Ran on 4x200 team that won Tennessee HS state title.
1991: Ran on 4x100 team that won Tennessee HS state title.

3/12/04
http://www.usatf.org/athletes/bios/TrackAndFieldArchive/2004/Clay_Ramon.asp