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This is how college track and field works in the post season:

After the conference meets are finished, all the performances throughout the year in all 21 events are put in descending order lists. If you are in the top 48, you qualify for one of two regionals (West or East regional). The West regional is basically all teams west of the Mississippi River. And the East is all the teams east of the Mississippi River.

So if you are top 48 in your event in your region, you are guaranteed a spot at regional. Just because you have a top 48 performance doesn't mean you have to go to regionals in that event. Perhaps you are an 800 runner who just ran a 400 in the middle of the year for training and you have a top 48 400 team. You can scratch and the 49th best performance will be in the top 48 now and so on.

So 48 athletes go to all 21 events in two different regions. That means, for example, in the high jump there are 48 athletes in the West and 48 athletes in the East competing.

Arkansas is in the West regional. The regional meet is used to qualify athletes for the National Championships. To qualify for the national championship, you must finish top 12 in your region in your event. So 12 from each region will go the nationals, which makes a total of 24 in each of the 21 events.

The only event this is not true for is the decathlon/heptathlon, where the NCAA just takes the top 24 descending decathletes/heptathletes to nationals without making them compete at regionals.
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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2016, 12:24:21 am »
And now here's the Razorback athletes that qualified and chose to compete at regionals for their respective events:

Men

100 meter dash
8. Jarrion Lawson - 10.19
9. Marqueze Washington - 10.19
18. Kenzo Cotton - 10.28
47. Ryan Green - 10.48

200 meter dash
3. Marqueze Washington - 20.49
6. Jarrion Lawson - 20.56
11. Josh Washington - 20.63
25. Anthony Blakely - 20.89
28. Kenzo Cotton - 20.90

400 meter dash
27. Obi Igbokwe - 46.65

800 meter run
8. Carlton Orange - 1:46.96
14. Ryan Thomas - 1:47.62
32. Andrew Pisechko - 1:49.67

1500 meter run
6. Jack Bruce - 3:41.67
29. Austen Dalquist - 3:44.16
34. Ethan Moehn - 3:44.60
48. Cameron Griffith - 3:45.87

300 meter steeplechase
5. Frankline Tonui - 8:39.82
12. Cale Wallace - 8:41.47

5000 meter run
16. Alex George - 13:49.46
22. Jack Bruce - 13:54.15

10000 meter run
2. Andrew Ronoh - 28:36.20
8. Gabe Gonzalez - 29:01.62

110 meter hurdles
15. Davon Anderson - 13.82

400 meter hurdles
7. Kemar Mowatt - 50.66
12. Larry Donald - 50.90

4 x 100 meter relay
2. Arkansas - 38.96

4 x 400 meter relay
11. Arkansas - 3:06.28

High Jump
12. Ken LeGassey - 2.19 meters

Long Jump
2. Jarrion Lawson - 7.98 meters
15. Rubin Owens - 7.74 meters
21. Andreas Trajkovski - 7.64 meters
22. Kurt Jenner - 7.63 meters
35. Brandon Workman - 7.44 meters

Triple Jump
1. Clive Pullen - 16.78 meters
27. Rubin Owens - 15.44 meters

Shot Put
38. Sam Kempka - 17.73 meters
47. Jeff Rogers - 17.49 meters

Discus Throw
45. Devin Randall - 53.42 meters

Decathlon
18. Brad Culp - 7438 points
22. Derek Jacobus - 7356 points

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2016, 12:45:32 am »
Women

100 meter dash
10. Kiara Parker - 11.31

400 meter dash
2. Taylor Ellis-Watson - 50.78
7. Daina Harper - 52.36
17. Monisa Dobbins - 53.56

800 meter run
25. Ceara Watson - 2:06.87

1500 meter run
17. Therese Haiss - 4:19.26
22. Nikki Hiltz - 4:20.21
43. Annika Sisson - 4:23.80

3000 meter steeplechase
2. Jessica Kamilos - 9:48.16
5. Devin Clark - 9:54.83

5000 meter run
1. Dominique Scott - 15:25.10
17. Valerie Reina - 16:06.66

10000 meter run
1. Dominique Scott - 31:56.84

100 meter hurdles
1. Payton Stumbaugh - 12.83
6. Alex Gochenour - 12.98
13. Taliyah Brooks - 13.16
27. Kesley Herman - 13.31

400 meter hurdles
6. Damajahnee Birch - 56.46
22. Brianna Swinton - 58.52
33. Leigha Brown - 59.06

4 x 100 meter relay
5. Arkansas - 43.85

4 x 400 meter relay
6. Arkansas - 3:32.00

Pole Vault
1. Alexis Weeks - 4.64 meters
4. Victoria Weeks - 4.40 meters
7. Megan Zimlich - 4.30 meters
12. Ariel Voskamp - 4.20 meters

Long Jump
6. Taliyah Brooks - 6.39 meters
15. Kelsey Herman - 6.19 meters

Shot Put
26. Micah Dennis - 16.09 meters

Heptathlon
3. Taliyah Brooks - 5991 points
4. Payton Stumbaugh - 5985 points
9. Alex Gochenour - 5833 points
15. Leigha Brown - 5647 points
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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2016, 06:51:48 pm »
Pre-Regional Projected National Championship Scores: MEN TOP 10
1. Texas A&M - 71
2. LSU - 49
3. Florida - 35
4. Arkansas - 29
5. Oregon - 24
6. Texas - 23
6. Virginia - 23
8. Georgia - 20
9. Florida State - 18
9. Mississippi State - 18

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2016, 12:39:00 pm »
Pre-Regional Projected National Championship Scores: WOMEN TOP 10
1. Arkansas - 61
2. Kentucky - 54
3. Texas - 34
3. Oregon - 34
3. Texas A&M - 34
6. Georgia - 31
7. Mississippi State - 28
8. New Mexico - 27
8. Florida - 27
10. Tennessee - 23
10. Texas Tech - 23
10. Kansas State - 23

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2016, 04:11:22 pm »
Men's Hammer Throw - EAST REGIONAL 12 QUALIFIERS
1. Rudy Winkler - Cornell - 75.10 meters
Hilmar Orn Jonsson - Virginia - 71.52 meters
2. Anders Eriksson - Florida - 71.14 meters
3. Conner Neu - Youngstown State - 70.96 meters
4. Alex Poursanidis - Georgia - 70.08 meters
5. Chukwuebuka Enekwechi - Purdue - 70.04 meters
6. Tomas Kruzliak - Virginia Tech - 69.94 meters
7. Dempsey McGuigan - Mississippi - 69.90 meters
8. Denzel Comenentia - Georgia - 69.42 meters
9. Elias Hakansson - Alabama - 69.29 meters
10. Joseph Ellis - Michigan - 68.25 meters
11. Adam Kelly - Princeton - 67.50 meters

Brian Waterfield - William & Mary - 67.36 meters
Colin Cashner - Detroit - 66.87 meters
Daniel Haugh - Alabama - 66.84 meters
AJ Hicks - North Carolina - 66.71 meters
12. Renaldo Frechou - South Alabama - 66.37 meters
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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2016, 04:25:15 pm »
Women's Javelin Throw - EAST REGIONAL 12 QUALIFIERS
1. Marija Vucenovic - Florida - 57.81 meters
2. Jessie Merckle - Wake Forest - 56.91 meters

Eva Vivod - Virginia Tech - 55.24 meters
3. Rebekah Wales - LSU - 55.04 meters
Marija Bogavac - Kennesaw State - 54.77 meters
4. Christine Rickert - High Point - 52.47 meters
5. Maria Jimenez - Tennessee - 51.23 meters
6. Shelby Freedman - South Carolina - 51.20 meters

Kike Oniwinde - Florida - 50.94 meters
Daliadiz Ortiz - Tulane - 50.92 meters
7. Kelly Yanucil - Mount St. Mary's - 50.47 meters
Annie Simoneaux - LSU - 50.39 meters
Kylee Carter - Auburn - 49.91 meters
8. Sarah Blake - Kentucky - 49.90 meters
9. Lauren Kenney - Penn State - 49.40 meters
10. Ashley Aldredge - Northwestern St. - 49.15 meters

Ashley Pryke - Memphis - 49.03 meters
Nicole Genard - Northeastern - 48.64 meters
11. Sabine Kopplin - Virginia Tech - 48.58 meters
Teagan Rasche - Virginia Tech - 48.52 meters
Kelsey Hay - Penn - 47.72 meters
12. Alyssa Kopp - Auburn - 47.64 meters
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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2016, 04:50:16 pm »
Women's 400 Meter Hurdles - EAST REGIONAL 24 LEFT
1. Kiah Seymour - Kentucky - 55.20
2. Chanice Chase - LSU - 55.47
3. Alexis Franklin - Ohio State - 55.66
4. Autumne Franklin - Harvard - 55.70
5. Symone Black - Purdue - 56.03
6. Claudia Francis - Florida - 56.13
7. Jade Miller - Harvard - 56.44
8. Taysia Radoslav - Cornell - 56.48
9. Kymber Payne - LSU - 56.54
10. Grace Claxton - Albany - 56.69
11. Kaila Barber - Notre Dame - 56.81
12. Tyler Brockington - South Carolina - 56.96
13. Jennifer Esposito - Elon - 57.04
14. Toria Levy - Boston U. - 57.05
15. Ka'Lynn Jupiter - LSU - 57.48
16. Daje Pugh - Kentucky - 57.68
17. Alena Hrusoci - UL-Lafayette - 57.74
18. Sashel Brown - Auburn - 57.76
Aisha Naibe-Wey - Virginia - 57.84
19. Bryiana Richardson - LSU - 57.85
Lisa Meneau - Maryland - 57.90
Heather Smith - Virginia - 58.17
Jessica Duckett - Tulane - 58.20
20. Jocselyn Powell - Kennesaw State - 58.41
21. Markeeta Thomas - Clemson - 58.69
Sami Michell - Michigan - 58.70
22. Christine London - Ohio State - 58.71
23. Andrea Olsen - Monmouth - 58.75
24. Michelle Atherley - Auburn - 58.78

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #8 on: May 26, 2016, 05:17:07 pm »
Men's Long Jump - EAST REGIONAL 12 QUALIFIERS
1. Stefan Brits - Florida State - 8.22 meters
Braxton Drummond - Charleston South - 8.10 meters
2. Terrell McClain - Akron - 7.95 meters
3. KeAndre Bates - Florida - 7.95 meters
4. Corey Crawford - Rutgers - 7.93 meters
5. Jonathan Addison - N.C. State - 7.92 meters
6. Trey McRae - Charlotte - 7.88 meters
7. Andre Dorsey - Kennesaw State - 7.87 meters
8. Emmanuel Williams - Northwestern St. - 7.83 meters
9. Joseph Oduho - Akron - 7.82 meters
10. Jemal Parham - UL-Monroe - 7.82 meters

Frank Quarles - N. Carolina A&T - 7.80 meters
Oliver Newport - Louisville - 7.78 meters
Kyle Darrow - Northeastern - 7.78 meters
Ventavius Sears - W. Kentucky - 7.75 meters
Joshua McClam - N.C. Central - 7.71 meters
Marcus Ghent - FIU - 7.71 meters
Kenneth Fisher - Bethune-Cookman - 7.70 meters
11. Zack Bazile - Ohio State - 7.69 meters
Keniel Grant - Florida State - 7.69 meters
Aaron Williams - Northwestern St. - 7.65 meters
12. Fred Dorsey - Kentucky - 7.65 meters
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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #9 on: May 26, 2016, 05:36:40 pm »
Men's 400 Meter Hurdles - EAST REGIONAL 24 LEFT
1. Eric Futch - Florida - 49.24
2. Desmond Palmer - Pittsburgh - 49.66
3. Taylor McLaughlin - Michigan - 49.80
4. Kenny Selmon - North Carolina - 49.92
5. TJ Holmes - Florida - 49.96
6. Obokhare Ikpefan - Purdue - 50.07
7. Jussi Kanervo - South Carolina - 50.10
8. Mica-Jonathan Petit-Homme - LIU Brooklyn - 50.53
9. Stanley Broaden - Appalachian State - 50.67
10. Antonio Blanks - Ohio State - 50.71
11. Vince Castillo - Miss State - 50.74
Paul Barrett - South Florida - 50.81
12. Javonte Lipsey - North Carolina - 50.91
13. Christopher Gaddist - S.C. State - 51.01
Jeff Elam - E. Michigan - 51.04
14. Maor Seged - W. Kentucky - 51.15
15. George Flaviano - Northwestern St. - 51.21
16. Geordan Ferguson - Monmouth - 51.23
17. Deron Gordon - Clemson - 51.24
18. Michael Williams - E. Tenn State - 51.27
19. Khalil Parris - Detroit - 51.30
20. Ziemowit Dutkiewicz - Cen Michigan - 51.34
Diquis Manley - Indiana - 51.42
21. David Washington - Mich State - 51.46
Torey Doaty - St. Joseph's-PA - 51.47
Sean Weems - Akron - 51.58
Wayne Newman - Lipscomb - 51.59
Zach Reitzug - Indiana - 51.61
22. Greg Chiles - South Carolina - 51.63
Rasheed Tatham - Miss State - 51.69
23. Gabriel Aird - Florida - 51.81
Nicholas Conway - Saint Francis-PA - 51.88
24. Evan Johnson - Morgan State - 51.89

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #10 on: May 27, 2016, 10:45:36 am »
West Regional

The Women's 10000 meter run has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

1. Dominique Scott - 34:20.35 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #11 on: May 27, 2016, 10:47:09 am »
West Regional

The Men's 10000 meter run has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

4. Gabe Gonzalez - 29:52.76 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
DNF. Andrew Ronoh - Did not qualify for nationals

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« Reply #12 on: May 27, 2016, 10:48:59 am »
West Regional

The Women's 100 meter dash has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

10. Kiara Parker - 11.50 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #13 on: May 27, 2016, 10:52:10 am »
West Regional

The Men's 100 meter dash has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

1. Marqueze Washington - 10.20 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
5. Kenzo Cotton - 10.25 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
8. Jarrion Lawson - 10.29 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
40. Ryan Green - 10.68 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #14 on: May 27, 2016, 10:54:03 am »
West Regional

The Women's 400 meter dash has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

3. Taylor Ellis-Watson - 51.76 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
8. Daina Harper - 52.93 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
25. Monisa Dobbins - 54.86 - Did not qualify for nationals
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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #15 on: May 27, 2016, 10:59:02 am »
West Regional

The Men's 400 meter dash has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

5. Obi Igbokwe - 46.32 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #16 on: May 27, 2016, 11:23:50 am »
West Regional

The Men's Long Jump has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

1. Jarrion Lawson - 7.92 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
6. Kurt Jenner - 7.59 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
7. Andreas Trajkovski - 7.58 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
22. Rubin Owens - 7.33 meters - Did not qualify for nationals
27. Brandon Workman - 7.27 meters - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #17 on: May 27, 2016, 11:25:31 am »
West Regional

The Women's 800 meter run has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

23. Ceara Watson - 2:08.91 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #18 on: May 27, 2016, 11:48:05 am »
West Regional

The Men's 800 meter run has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

11. Ryan Thomas - 1:48.77 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
25. Carlton Orange - 1:50.16 - Did not qualify for nationals
40. Andrew Pisechko - 1:52.89 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #19 on: May 27, 2016, 12:14:13 pm »
West Regional

The Women's 400 Meter Hurdles has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

9. Damajahnee Birch - 57.89 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
14. Brianna Swinton - 58.42 - Did not qualify for nationals
22. Leigha Brown - 59.23 - Did not qualify for nationals

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« Reply #20 on: May 27, 2016, 12:55:30 pm »
West Regional

The Men's 400 Meter Hurdles has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

7. Larry Donald - 51.17 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
DNF. Kemar Mowatt - Did not qualify for nationals

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West Regional

The Women's 3000 Meter Steeplechase has finished. Here's how the Lady Razorbacks did:

5. Jessica Kamilos - 10:04.76 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
6. Devin Clark - 10:08.35 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #23 on: May 27, 2016, 07:23:54 pm »
The Men's 3000 meter steeplechase has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

11. Frankline Tonui - 8:49.98 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
20. Cale Wallace - 9:03.53 - Did not qualify for nationals

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« Reply #24 on: May 27, 2016, 07:24:58 pm »
The Men's High Jump has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

1. Ken LeGassey - 7' 1" - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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« Reply #25 on: May 27, 2016, 09:05:49 pm »
The Women's Pole Vault has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

1. Alexis Weeks - 4.22 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
5. Victoria Weeks - 4.22 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
7. Ariel Voskamp - 4.12 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
22. Megan Zimlich - 4.12 meters - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #26 on: May 27, 2016, 09:13:48 pm »
The Women's Long Jump has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

3. Taliyah Brooks - 6.33 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
4. Kelsey Herman - 6.24 meters - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #27 on: May 28, 2016, 10:18:08 am »
The Women's 4 x 100 Meter Relay has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

5. Arkansas - 44.58 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #28 on: May 28, 2016, 10:33:29 am »
The Men's 4 x 100 Meter Relay has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

3. Arkansas - 39.45 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #29 on: May 28, 2016, 10:59:13 am »
The Women's 1500 Meter Run has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

17. Nikki Hiltz - 4:22.66 - Did not qualify for nationals
24. Therese Haiss - 4:26.15 - Did not qualify for nationals
39. Annika Sisson - 4:35.29 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #30 on: May 28, 2016, 11:08:01 am »
The Men's Triple Jump has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

6. Clive Pullen - 16.09m - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
45. Rubin Owens - 13.77m - Did not qualify for nationals

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« Reply #31 on: May 28, 2016, 11:22:00 am »
The Men's 1500 Meter Run has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

11. Jack Bruce - 3:44.14 - Did not qualify for nationals
28. Ethan Moehn - 3:47.70 - Did not qualify for nationals
30. Austen Dalquist - 3:47.75 - Did not qualify for nationals
41. Cameron Griffith - 3:53.60 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #32 on: May 28, 2016, 11:54:53 am »
The Women's 100 Meter Hurdles has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

7. Payton Stumbaugh - 13.20 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
11. Alex Gochenour - 13.28 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
18. Kelsey Herman - 13.39 - Did not qualify for nationals
DNF. Taliyah Brooks - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #33 on: May 28, 2016, 12:27:06 pm »
The Men's 110 Meter Hurdles has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

15. Davon Anderson - 13.96 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #34 on: May 28, 2016, 12:28:09 pm »
The Men's Discus Throw has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

FOUL. Devin Randall - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #35 on: May 28, 2016, 01:27:55 pm »
The Men's 200 Meter Dash has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

2. Jarrion Lawson - 20.17 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
3. Kenzo Cotton - 20.35 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
4. Marqueze Washington - 20.54 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
11. Josh Washington - 20.70 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #36 on: May 28, 2016, 02:04:39 pm »
The Women's 5000 Meter Run has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

6. Dominique Scott - 16:15.88 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS
28. Valerie Reina - 16:56.33 - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #37 on: May 28, 2016, 02:05:54 pm »
The Women's Shot Put has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

28. Micah Dennis - 15.29 meters - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #38 on: May 28, 2016, 05:26:21 pm »
The Men's 5000 Meter Run has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

23. Alex George - 14:28.23 - Did not qualify for nationals
DNS. Jack Bruce - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #39 on: May 28, 2016, 05:27:09 pm »
The Women's 4 x 400 meter relay has finished. Here's how our Lady Razorbacks did:

1. Arkansas - 3:25.48 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #40 on: May 28, 2016, 05:27:51 pm »
The Men's 4 x 400 meter relay has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

9. Arkansas - 3:05.62 - QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #41 on: May 28, 2016, 05:29:06 pm »
The Men's Shot Put has finished. Here's how our Razorbacks did:

23. Sam Kempka - 17.88 meters - Did not qualify for nationals
39. Jeff Rogers - 16.93 meters - Did not qualify for nationals

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #42 on: May 28, 2016, 05:37:19 pm »
The West Regional has finished and here's your Arkansas Razorbacks and Lady Razorbacks who have qualified to compete at the NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

Women - 21 qualifiers
Kiara Parker - 100 meter dash
Taylor Ellis-Watson - 400 meter dash
Daina Harper - 400 meter dash
Jessica Kamilos - 3000 meter steeplechase
Devin Clark - 3000 meter steeplechase
Dominique Scott - 5000 meter run
Dominique Scott - 10000 meter run
Payton Stumbaugh - 100 meter hurdles
Alex Gochenour - 100 meter hurdles
Damajahnee Birch - 400 meter hurdles
4 x 100 meter relay team
4 x 400 meter relay team
Alexis Weeks - Pole Vault
Victoria Weeks - Pole Vault
Ariel Voskamp - Pole Vault
Taliyah Brooks - Long Jump
Kelsey Herman - Long Jump
Taliyah Brooks - Heptathlon
Payton Stumbaugh - Heptathlon
Alex Gochenour - Heptathlon
Leigha Brown - Heptathlon

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #43 on: May 30, 2016, 10:46:01 am »
Pre-Regional Projected National Championship Scores: WOMEN TOP 10
1. Arkansas - 61
2. Kentucky - 54
3. Texas - 34
3. Oregon - 34
3. Texas A&M - 34
6. Georgia - 31
7. Mississippi State - 28
8. New Mexico - 27
8. Florida - 27
10. Tennessee - 23
10. Texas Tech - 23
10. Kansas State - 23

Post-Regional Projected National Championship Scores: WOMEN TOP 10
1. Arkansas - 71
2. Kentucky - 43
3. Texas - 33.50
4. Texas A&M - 33
5. Georgia - 32
6. New Mexico - 29
7. Mississippi State - 28
8. LSU - 28
8. Tennessee - 28
10. Oregon - 27
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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #44 on: May 30, 2016, 06:06:04 pm »
What happened to Ronoh in 10,000?  I had big expectations.

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #45 on: May 30, 2016, 10:27:15 pm »
What happened to Ronoh in 10,000?  I had big expectations.

No clue, Rattler. I was hoping he'd score for us in the 10K myself. Maybe Gabe can take care of some of his points.

The women had a good meet. No one missed out really.

The men had a few misses. Strangely in the 800 we qualified Ryan Thomas, who I didn't think had much of a chance to make it, and our stud freshman Carlton Orange didn't make it.

In the 1500, we had 4 guys running and none of them qualified. I thought at least one would.

In the 5K neither of our guys made it.

In the 3K steeple, Cale Wallace ran his worst time of the season and didn't make it, but Tonui did just barely.

In the 10K, obviously Ronoh is a big miss.

Our sprinters did very well and our jumpers did what they needed. I see at best a top 5 finish if the jumpers and sprinters do what they need to. If the sprinters perform way above expectations, we could maybe have a higher finish.

Now the women on the other hand...well I'll just let the projected points do the talking and cross my fingers. They have a very favorable projection though. I don't see them scoring that many points. So they just need people to perform reasonably well.

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #46 on: May 31, 2016, 10:48:28 am »
Here are the Razorback men national championship qualifiers

Men - 20 qualifiers
Marqueze Washington - 100 meter dash
Jarrion Lawson - 100 meter dash
Kenzo Cotton - 100 meter dash
Jarrion Lawson - 200 meter dash
Kenzo Cotton - 200 meter dash
Marqueze Washington - 200 meter dash
Obi Igbokwe - 400 meter dash
Ryan Thomas - 800 meter run
Frankline Tonui - 3000 meter steeplechase
Gabe Gonzalez - 10000 meter run
Larry Donald - 400 meter hurdles
4 x 100 meter relay
4 x 400 meter relay
Ken LeGassey - High Jump
Jarrion Lawson - Long Jump
Kurt Jenner - Long Jump
Andreas Trajkovski - Long Jump
Clive Pullen - Triple Jump
Brad Culp - Decathlon
Derek Jacobus - Decathlon

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #47 on: May 31, 2016, 01:53:48 pm »
Pre-Regional Projected National Championship Scores: MEN TOP 10
1. Texas A&M - 71
2. LSU - 49
3. Florida - 35
4. Arkansas - 29
5. Oregon - 24
6. Texas - 23
6. Virginia - 23
8. Georgia - 20
9. Florida State - 18
9. Mississippi State - 18

Post-Regional Projected National Championship Scores: MEN TOP 10
1. Texas A&M - 69
2. LSU - 46.50
3. Florida - 41
4. Oregon - 27.50
5. Arkansas - 24
6. Georgia - 22
7. Mississippi State - 20
8. Florida State - 18
9. Tennessee - 17.50
10. Northern Arizona - 17
10. Virginia - 17

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #48 on: May 31, 2016, 06:46:34 pm »
No clue, Rattler. I was hoping he'd score for us in the 10K myself. Maybe Gabe can take care of some of his points.

The women had a good meet. No one missed out really.

The men had a few misses. Strangely in the 800 we qualified Ryan Thomas, who I didn't think had much of a chance to make it, and our stud freshman Carlton Orange didn't make it.

In the 1500, we had 4 guys running and none of them qualified. I thought at least one would.

In the 5K neither of our guys made it.

In the 3K steeple, Cale Wallace ran his worst time of the season and didn't make it, but Tonui did just barely.

In the 10K, obviously Ronoh is a big miss.

Our sprinters did very well and our jumpers did what they needed. I see at best a top 5 finish if the jumpers and sprinters do what they need to. If the sprinters perform way above expectations, we could maybe have a higher finish.

Now the women on the other hand...well I'll just let the projected points do the talking and cross my fingers. They have a very favorable projection though. I don't see them scoring that many points. So they just need people to perform reasonably well.
agree with all.    I still think The Duck women will make some noise.  Our gals need to put them away.  Hogs, Ducks, Gators, and Aggies all have great programs.  Titles can provide that edge in recruiting. WPS!

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Re: NCAA Regional and National Championship Thread (Men and Women)
« Reply #49 on: June 08, 2016, 09:06:09 am »
And today, ladies and gents, the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships start in Eugene, Oregon.

Last year the NCAA decided to change the schedule of the championships. Over a 4 day period, the men would have 2 days to themselves (Wednesday and Friday) and the women would have two days to themselves (Thursday and Saturday). The only time this didn't apply was to the multi events (Decathlon and Heptathlon). This was a success and met with much approval so we have the same format this year. Today is the men's first day. Here is the Razorbacks' schedule for today:


2:30 PM - Brad Culp and Derek Jacobus compete in the 100 meter dash of the Decathlon.

3:10 PM - Brad Culp and Derek Jacobus compete in the Long Jump of the Decathlon.

4:25 PM - Brad Culp and Derek Jacobus compete in the Shot Put of the Decathlon.

5:40 PM - Brad Culp and Derek Jacobus compete in the High Jump of the Decathlon.

6:32 PM - Arkansas's 4 x 100 meter men's relay team competes in the semi-finals.

7:02 PM - Frankline Tonui competes in the 3000 meter steeple chase semi-finals.

7:46 PM - Marqueze Washington, Jarrion Lawson, and Kenzo Cotton compete in the 100 meter dash semi-finals.

8:00 PM - Obi Igbokwe competes in the 400 meter dash semi-finals.

8:00 PM - Jarrion Lawson, Kurt Jenner, and Andreas Trajkovski compete in the Long Jump.

8:14 PM - Ryan Thomas competes in the 800 meter run semi-finals.

8:30 PM - Larry Donald competes in the 400 meter hurdles semi-finals.

8:44 PM - Marqueze Washington, Jarrion Lawson, and Kenzo Cotton compete in the 200 meter dash semi-finals.

8:56 PM - Brad Culp and Derek Jacobus compete in the 400 meter dash of the Decathlon.

9:08 PM - Gabe Gonzalez competes in the 10000 meter run finals.

9:48 PM - Arkansas's 4 x 400 men's relay team competes in the 4 x 400 meter relay semi-finals.
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