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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #100 on: February 25, 2018, 08:48:38 pm »
Why did he not run?

No clue. We didn't put Bruce or Cameron Griffith in it either, but to be fair, Coach Bucknam might have saved them for the DMR.

Jah-Nhai didn't triple jump today either. Some strange choices today. Alabama just was the better team the past two days.

Laquan not placing in the long jump and Travonn White (I guess injured?) not jumping hurt us too. You have to be healthy to win these meets. Congrats to the Crimson Tide.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #101 on: February 25, 2018, 08:49:47 pm »
By the way, the 4x4 is under review and there could be an argument made that our 4 x 4 runner on the 2nd leg was cut off majorly. Not sure anything will come from it.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #102 on: February 25, 2018, 08:50:13 pm »
Agreed.   

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #103 on: February 25, 2018, 08:50:34 pm »
For those lurking, Arkansas Women have won the team title. Men will get 2nd unless someone is DQ'd after reviewing the 4 x 4 footage.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #104 on: February 25, 2018, 08:58:06 pm »
Haha, the wrong team was DQ'd for us! LSU WAS DQ'd in the 4 x 4 for cutting us off, but that's the team we beat! Still, winning on a technicality is never as fun.

Arkansas will be SEC runner ups.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #105 on: February 25, 2018, 09:39:18 pm »
Cotton in the 60 was awesome....

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #106 on: February 26, 2018, 03:53:05 pm »
Results from SEC indoor meet

Women

60 Meter Dash - Prelims
7. Jada Baylark - 7.23
8. Kiara Parker - 7.27 (PB)
26. Tamara Kuykendall - 7.47 (Matches PB)

60 Meter Dash - Finals
6. Jada Baylark - 7.24
8. Kiara Parker - 7.30

200 Meter Dash - Prelims
9. Payton Chadwick - 23.16
12. Jada Baylark - 23.32 (PB)
21. Kiara Parker - 23.51 (PB)
25. Tamara Kuykendall - 23.85 (PB)

400 Meter Dash - Prelims
4. Morgan Burks Magee - 52.20 (PB)

400 Meter Dash - Finals
4. Morgan Burks Magee - 52.42

800 Meter Run - Prelims
15. Ruth Wiggins - 2:11.70
16. Emily Jeacock - 2:13.34 (SB)

1 Mile Run - Prelims
3. Carina Viljoen - 4:47.55
5. Sydney Brown - 4:47.59
2. Maddy Reed - 4:48.18
4. Nikki Hiltz - 4:48.22

1 Mile Run - Finals
1. Nikki Hiltz - 4:34.37
3. Carina Viljoen - 4:43.35
5. Maddy Reed - 4:47.55
6. Sydney Brown - 4:48.65

3000 Meter Run
4. Taylor Werner - 9:17.62
5. Devin Clark - 9:24.81
6. Rachel Nichwitz - 9:32.17 (PB)

5000 Meter Run
3. Taylor Werner - 16:35.34
5. Rachel Nichwitz - 16:39.90
11. Sydney Brown - 17:04.54
12. Maddy Reed - 17:07.68

60 Meter Hurdles - Prelims
4. Payton Chadwick - 8.08 (PB)
5. Taliyah Brooks - 8.08 (PB)
3. Janeek Brown - 8.13 (PB, at the time)

60 Meter Hurdles - Finals
2. Janeek Brown - 8.04 (PB)
4. Payton Chadwick - 8.11
7. Taliyah Brooks - 8.22

4 x 400 Meter Relay
7. Arkansas - 3:36.27

Distance Medley Relay
2. Arkansas - 11:14.38

High Jump
NH. Carmen Sitz

Pole Vault
2. Victoria Hoggard - 4.46m
3. Alexis Jacobus - 4.38m
5. Desiree Freier - 4.30m
8. Elizabeth Ramos Mata - 4.05m (PB)
10. Morgan Hartsell - 3.90m
NH. Rylee Robinson

Long Jump
15. Taliyah Brooks - 5.58m

Pentathlon
1. Taliyah Brooks - 4422 (SB)
60 meter hurdles - 8.13
High Jump - 1.76m
Shot Put - 12.18m
Long Jump - 6.27m
800 meter run - 2:22.73 (SB)




Men

60 Meter Dash - Prelims
5. Kenzo Cotton - 6.65
10. Kristoffer Hari - 6.74

60 Meter Dash - Finals
1. Kenzo Cotton - 6.59 (matches PB)

200 Meter Dash - Prelims
2. Kenzo Cotton - 20.67 (SB, at the time)
7. Roy Ejiakuekwu - 20.95

200 Meter Dash - Finals
2. Kenzo Cotton - 20.61 (PB)
8. Roy Ejiakuekwu - 21.22

400 Meter Dash - Prelims
5. Obi Igbokwe - 45.97
7. Kemar Mowatt - 46.15 (PB)
11. Rhayko Schwartz - 46.46
30. Hunter Woodhall - 48.31 (PB)
32. Travius Chambers - 48.64
DNF. Jamarco Stephen

400 Meter Dash - Finals
5. Obi Igbokwe - 46.21
8. Kemar Mowatt - 46.74

800 Meter Run - Prelims
6. Kieran Taylor - 1:50.35 (PB)
27. Reese Walters - 2:03.97
DNF. Chase Pareti

800 Meter Run - Finals
8. Kieran Taylor - 1:53.11

1 Mile Run - Prelims
7. Ethan Moehn - 4:05.48
9. Kyle Hosting - 4:08.60

1 Mile Run - Finals
7. Kyle Hosting - 4:10.75
9. Ethan Moehn - 4:13.25

3000 Meter Run
1. Cameron Griffith - 7:54.19
2. Jack Bruce - 7:54.95 (PB)
8. Kyle Levermore - 8:13.06

5000 Meter Run
10. Kyle Levermore - 14:32.95

60 Meter Hurdles - Prelims
5. Larry Donald - 7.83

60 Meter Hurdles - Finals
5. Larry Donald - 7.84

4 x 400 meter relay
3. Arkansas - 3:04.53 (SB)

Distance Medley Relay
1. Arkansas - 9:37.01 (SB)

High Jump
7. Jah-Nhai Perinchief - 2.18m
NH. Rubin Owens

Long Jump
6. Harrison Schrage - 7.70m (PB)
10. Laquan Nairn - 7.52m

Triple Jump
4. Laquan Nairn - 15.57m
5. Rubin Owens - 15.35m

Shot Put
13. Sam Kempka - 17.12m

Weight Throw
10. Erich Sullins - 20.27m

Heptathlon
2. Gabe Moore - 5650
60 meter dash - 7.03
Long Jump - 7.04m
Shot Put - 13.83m (SB)
High Jump - 1.88m
60 meter hurdles - 8.14
Pole Vault - 4.55m
1000 meter run - 2:44.93 (SB)
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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #107 on: February 26, 2018, 08:10:48 pm »
To qualify for the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, you need to be as close to the top 16 performances in the nation as possible (top 12 for relays)

Here's how the Razorbacks (both Men and Women) stack up.

Men

60 Meter Dash
4. Kenzo Cotton
55. Roy Ejiakuekwu
57. Kristoffer Hari

200 Meter Dash
10. Kenzo Cotton
13. Obi Igbokwe
27. Roy Ejiakuekwu
77. Rhayko Schwartz

400 Meter Dash
3. Obi Igbokwe
18. Rhayko Schwartz
21. Kemar Mowatt
73. Jamarco Stephen
81. John Winn

800 Meter Run
63. Kieran Taylor

1 Mile Run
57. Ethan Moehn
64. Cameron Griffith

3000 Meter Run
5. Cameron Griffith
23. Jack Bruce

5000 Meter Run
11. Jack Bruce

60 Meter Hurdles
23. Shakiel Chattoo
25. Larry Donald

4 x 400 Meter Relay
5. Arkansas

Distance Medley Relay
13. Arkansas

High Jump
11. Jah-Nhai Perinchief
75. Rubin Owens

Long Jump
11. Laquan Nairn
24. Travonn White
28. Harrison Schrage

Triple Jump
18. Jah-Nhai Perinchief
27. Rubin Owens
36. Laquan Nairn

Shot Put
73. Sam Kempka

Weight Throw
43. Erich Sullins

Heptathlon
7. Gabe Moore





Women

60 Meter Dash
8. Jada Baylark
20. Kiara Parker
42. Payton Chadwick
72. Taliyah Brooks

200 Meter Dash
10. Payton Chadwick
31. Jada Baylark
48. Kiara Parker
92. Tamara Kuykendall

400 Meter Dash
6. Morgan Burks Magee
64. Payton Chadwick

800 Meter Run
22. Nikki Hiltz
53. Joy Ripslinger

1 Mile Run
8. Nikki Hiltz
30. Carina Viljoen
35. Taylor Werner
88. Maddy Reed

3000 Meter Run
15. Nikki Hiltz
30. Taylor Werner
61. Devin Clark

5000 Meter Run
98. Taylor Werner
99. Maddy Reed

60 Meter Hurdles
8. Janeek Brown
11. Taliyah Brooks
12. Payton Chadwick

4 x 400 Meter Relay
17. Arkansas

Distance Medley Relay
14. Arkansas

High Jump
29. Taliyah Brooks

Pole Vault
2. Alexis Jacobus
3. Victoria Hoggard
6. Desiree Freier
53. Elizabeth Ramos Mata
74. Morgan Hartsell
77. Rylee Robinson

Long Jump
2. Taliyah Brooks
13. Payton Chadwick

Pentathlon
2. Taliyah Brooks

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #108 on: February 27, 2018, 10:51:30 pm »
Razorback Qualifiers for NCAAs.

Women

Jada Baylark - 60 Meter Dash
Payton Chadwick - 200 Meter Dash
Morgan Burks Magee - 400 Meter Dash
Nikki Hiltz - 1 Mile Run
Janeek Brown - 60 Meter Hurdles
Payton Chadwick - 60 Meter Hurdles
Alexis Jacobus - Pole Vault
Victoria Hoggard - Pole Vault
Desiree Freier - Pole Vault
Taliyah Brooks - Long Jump
Payton Chadwick - Long Jump
Taliyah Brooks - Pentathlon




Men

Kenzo Cotton - 60 Meter Dash
Kenzo Cotton - 200 Meter Dash
Obi Igbokwe - 400 Meter Dash
Rhayko Schwartz - 400 Meter Dash
Cameron Griffith - 3000 Meter Run
Jack Bruce - 5000 Meter Run
4 x 400 Meter Relay
Jah-Nhai Perinchief - High Jump
Laquan Nairn - Long Jump
Heptathlon - Gabe Moore

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #109 on: February 28, 2018, 07:42:54 am »
Top 5 finish for each.  Not enough qualifiers in enough events I think. Missing relays is huge.
If we get a title out of those qualifiers, it will be a masterful job of coaching and impressive performances by the athletes.
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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #110 on: February 28, 2018, 09:14:51 pm »
Going to take some really tip top performances to get it done.... We will see.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #111 on: March 06, 2018, 06:42:23 pm »
Projected Top Ten Teams at NCAAs:

Women
1. Georgia - 56.5
2. Kentucky - 42
2. Arkansas - 42
4. LSU - 41
5. USC - 36
6. Florida - 30
7. New Mexico - 26
8. Oregon - 24.5
9. Missouri - 20
10. Stanford - 19

Men
1. Texas Tech - 34.2
2. Florida - 30.5
3. USC - 27.5
4. Georgia - 27
5. FL State - 23
6. Ohio State - 22
7. Syracuse - 21
7. Alabama - 21
9. Texas A&M - 20.5
9. Arkansas - 20.5

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #112 on: March 06, 2018, 07:49:52 pm »
Projected Top Ten Teams at NCAAs:

Women
1. Georgia - 56.5
2. Kentucky - 42
2. Arkansas - 42
4. LSU - 41
5. USC - 36
6. Florida - 30
7. New Mexico - 26
8. Oregon - 24.5
9. Missouri - 20
10. Stanford - 19

Men
1. Texas Tech - 34.2
2. Florida - 30.5
3. USC - 27.5
4. Georgia - 27
5. FL State - 23
6. Ohio State - 22
7. Syracuse - 21
7. Alabama - 21
9. Texas A&M - 20.5
9. Arkansas - 20.5

So glad to have this weekend free cause I'll be watching this plenty this weekend..... NCAA Indoors then the opening round of the NCAA basketball tournament back to back weekends is setting up for some great sports entertainment in a 2 week span.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #113 on: March 06, 2018, 07:54:33 pm »
Great stuff, beach.

I think the women's path is a great showing by Payton/Taliyah in all their events and a few Georgia miscues.

The path for the men is more complicated, but I don't think it is impossible. Need a great day obviously and Florida can't do too well. Texas Tech has favorable projections.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #114 on: March 06, 2018, 08:01:48 pm »
Great stuff, beach.

I think the women's path is a great showing by Payton/Taliyah in all their events and a few Georgia miscues.

The path for the men is more complicated, but I don't think it is impossible. Need a great day obviously and Florida can't do too well. Texas Tech has favorable projections.

The men's is going to probably go all the way down to the final event which is going to be good stuff. If anyone lays a dud, gets a DQ, or somebody runs a time out of their world it could turn the men's upside down and we may see a total long shot national champ for the team title.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #115 on: March 06, 2018, 08:08:18 pm »
Exactly. Honestly, any of those top ten, and maybe past that, could conceivably win this meet if they have a great day.

I don't know when the last time I saw the men side this competitive.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #116 on: March 09, 2018, 12:06:43 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Men's Heptathlon, Gabe Moore ran 6.94 in the 60 meter dash, which is a PR. He sits in fifth place after 1 of 7 events.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #117 on: March 09, 2018, 12:27:37 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Women's Pentathlon, Taliyah Brooks ran 8.05 in the 60 meter hurdles, which is a PR. She sits in first place after 1 of 5 events.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #118 on: March 09, 2018, 01:29:21 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Women's Pentathlon, Taliyah Brooks ran 8.05 in the 60 meter hurdles, which is a PR. She sits in first place after 1 of 5 events.

Taliyah has grown to be my favorite on the women's team.... She truly has to be on the short list of best athletes walking around that campus no matter the sport, men's or women's..... if not the best athlete.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #119 on: March 09, 2018, 01:32:14 pm »
No doubt, beach.

NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Men's Heptathlon, Gabe Moore jumped 7.33m in the Long Jump, which is a PR. He sits in 6th place after 2 of 7 events.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #120 on: March 09, 2018, 02:01:30 pm »
PRs!!!! Loving it.

Love Taliyah.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #121 on: March 09, 2018, 02:59:16 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Women's Pentathlon, Taliyah Brooks jumped 1.84m in the High Jump, which matches her PR. She sits in 1st place after 2 of 5 events.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #122 on: March 09, 2018, 03:01:51 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Men's Heptathlon, Gabe Moore throws 14.38m in the Shot Put, which is a PR. He sits in 3rd place after 3 of 7 events.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #123 on: March 09, 2018, 04:02:15 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Women's Pentathlon, Taliyah Brooks throws 12.16m. She sits in third place after 3 of 5 events.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #124 on: March 09, 2018, 04:20:46 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Men's Heptathlon, Gabe Moore jumps 1.99m. He sits in fifth place after 4 of 7 events

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #125 on: March 09, 2018, 04:33:45 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Women's Pentathlon, Taliyah Brooks jumps 6.36m. She sits in first place after 4 of 5 events.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #126 on: March 09, 2018, 05:37:43 pm »
NCAA Indoor Champs Action:

In the Women's Pentathlon, Taliyah Brooks runs a 2:22.44 in the 800 meter run, a SB. Taliyah wins the pentathlon!!

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #127 on: March 09, 2018, 06:13:43 pm »
Taliyah scored 4572 points, which is a season best for her. Georgia girl scored 2 less than we thought. Nikki made the mile final. Things are going about as well as we could hope so far.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #128 on: March 09, 2018, 06:17:10 pm »
Kenzo runs 6.66 and doesn't make the finals of the 60 meter dash. Men's title hopes are already dashed, probably.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #129 on: March 09, 2018, 06:17:42 pm »
Nairn jumps 7.52m in the long jump and won't make the final for the men.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #130 on: March 09, 2018, 06:21:26 pm »
Jada is about to run her 60 prelim. I only have her scoring half a point, so her missing isn't big in terms of going down in projections, but we might need her to make it to pass Georgia.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #131 on: March 09, 2018, 06:22:30 pm »
Jada runs 7.28, but won't make the final. Great season from her.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #132 on: March 09, 2018, 06:36:41 pm »
Obi doesn't make the final of the 400 with a time of 46.67. Not sure what happened to him later in the season.

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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #133 on: March 10, 2018, 06:40:44 pm »
Vaulters were awesome with those PRs. Payton won hurdles! Nikki ran well.  Team came up short. Men peaked early in season.  But National Runnerup is acceptable...
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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #134 on: March 25, 2018, 04:52:31 pm »
Sorry, I never wrapped up indoor and I want to for my sake.

Arkansas men finished in a tie for 13th while the Women were National Runner up (2nd)

Results

Women

60 Meter Dash - Prelims
15. Jada Baylark - 7.28

200 Meter Dash - Prelims
13. Payton Chadwick - 23.25

400 Meter Dash - Prelims
15. Morgan Burks Magee - 53.45

1 Mile Run - Prelims
8. Nikki Hiltz - 4:40.56

1 Mile Run - Finals
3. Nikki Hiltz - 4:32.59 (PR)

60 Meter Hurdles - Prelims
1. Payton Chadwick - 7.93
7. Janeek Brown - 8.11

60 Meter Hurdles - Finals
1. Payton Chadwick - 7.93 (PR)
8. Janeek Brown - 8.51

Pole Vault
1. Alexis Jacobus - 4.66m (PR)
2. Victoria Hoggard - 4.61m (PR)
5. Desiree Freier - 4.41m (PR)

Long Jump
9. Payton Chadiwck - 6.14m
14. Taliyah Brooks - 5.95m

Pentathlon
1. Taliyah Brooks - 4572 (SB)


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Re: 2018 Arkansas Razorback Men and Women Track and Field (Indoor)
« Reply #135 on: March 25, 2018, 04:58:27 pm »
Men

60 Meter Dash - Prelims
10. Kenzo Cotton - 6.66

200 Meter Dash - Prelims
5. Kenzo Cotton - 20.63

200 Meter Dash - Finals
7. Kenzo Cotton - 20.85

400 Meter Dash - Prelims
14. Obi Igbokwe - 46.67
DNF. Rhayko Schwartz

3000 Meter Run
3. Cameron Griffith - 8:05.91

5000 Meter Run
12. Jack Bruce - 14:18.64

4x400 Meter Relay
4. Arkansas - 3:05.14

Long Jump
11. Laquan Nairn - 7.52m

Heptathlon
6. Gabe Moore - 5874 (PR)
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That was for me to wrap up indoor nicely, this post is to start the outdoor season for the Razorbacks and Lady Razorbacks.

The Razorbacks come in ranked 11th preseason while the Lady Razorbacks come in ranked 1st preseason, first time in history.

Both teams started their weekends with some of the sprinters and jumpers at the Arkansas Spring Invitational.

Men

100 Meter Dash
1. Kenzo Cotton - 10.12
FS. Trae Carey

200 Meter Dash
2. Kristoffer Hari - 21.16
3. Kevin Harris - 21.20

400 Meter Dash
2. John Winn - 47.41 (PR)
10. Chase Pareti - 49.17
11. Hunter Woodhall - 49.26
DNF. Jamarco Stephen

800 Meter Run - Invitational
4. Ethan Moehn - 1:51.95 (PR)

1500 Meter Run
7. Kieran Taylor - 4:02.64
8. Reese Walters - 4:03.36

1500 Meter Run - Invitational
5. Carter Persyn - 3:51.91
7. Andrew Ronoh - 3:52.94
8. Kyle Hosting - 3:53.11

110 Meter Hurdles
2. Kemar Mowatt - 14.30
5. Travius Chambers - 14.81 (PR)

4x100 Meter Relay
1. Arkansas - 39.31

4x400 Meter Relay
1. Arkansas - 3:10.30

High Jump
2. Rubin Owens - 2.11m
4. Brendon Rivera - 2.01m

Long Jump
1. Harrison Schrage - 7.69m
14. Trae Carey - 6.42m

Shot Put
4. Sam Kempka - 16.78m
15. Gabe Moore - 13.59m

Discus Throw
2. Erich Sullins - 48.51m
9. Gabe Moore - 44.13m (PR)

Hammer Throw
3. Erich Sullins - 58.49m

Javelin Throw
4. Alex Springer - 59.23m
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Women

100 Meter Dash
1. Jada Baylark - 11.10 (PR)
2. Kiara Parker - 11.26
5. Morgan Burks Magee - 11.55
7. Tamara Kuykendall - 11.58 (PR)
26. Kayla Carter - 12.43

200 Meter Dash
1. Jada Baylark - 23.17
2. Kiara Parker - 23.41
5. Tamara Kuykendall - 23.82 (PR)
6. Taliyah Brooks - 23.84 (PR)
14. Sydney Davis - 24.76
23. Kayla Carter - 25.98

400 Meter Dash
3. Morgan Burks Magee - 53.94
4. Sydney Hammit - 55.30
5. Sydney Davis - 56.25

800 Meter Run - Invitational
5. Ruth Wiggins - 2:14.00
7. Kailee Sawyer - 2:14.98

1500 Meter Run
8. Tess Iler - 4:47.29

1500 Meter Run - Invitational
3. Abby Gray - 4:31.30
4. Regan Hime - 4:31.76
5. Rachel Nichwitz - 4:32.16 (PR)
12. Micah Huckabee - 4:42.43
14. Greta Taylor - 4:53.88

3000 Meter Run
7. Alex Ritchey - 10:08.54
33. Kristen Larkan - 11:23.51
37. Grace Taylor - 11:32.64

100 Meter Hurdles
1. Janeek Brown - 13.10

4x100 meter relay
1. Arkansas - 43.40

High Jump
5. Carmen Sitz - 1.65m

Pole Vault
3. Rylee Robinson - 4.05m (PR)
5. Morgan Hartsell - 3.95m
9. Elizabeth Ramos Mata - 3.50m
12. Genna Potter - 3.50m
17. Madeline Telford - 3.30m

Long Jump
1. Taliyah Brooks - 6.78m (PR)

Shot Put
14. Taliyah Brooks - 11.87m

Discus Throw
13. Riley Hoogerwerf - 36.45m
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In Outdoors, you want to be as close to the top 48 as possible in your region to qualify for the Regional Meet. Arkansas is in the West Region. Here is how the Razorbacks stack up after the first weekend of action.

Men

100 Meter Dash
1. Kenzo Cotton

200 Meter Dash
17. Kristoffer Hari
20. Kevin Harris

400 Meter Dash
18. John Winn
99. Chase Pareti

800 Meter Run
18. Ethan Moehn

1500 Meter Run
35. Carter Persyn
46. Andrew Ronoh
48. Kyle Hosting

110 Meter Hurdles
16. Kemar Mowatt
58. Travius Chambers

4x100 Meter Relay
3. Arkansas

4x400 Meter Relay
10. Arkansas

High Jump
5. Rubin Owens
38. Brendon Rivera

Long Jump
5. Harrison Schrage

Shot Put
44. Sam Kempka

Discus Throw
77. Erich Sullins

Hammer Throw
38. Erich Sullins

Javelin Throw
42. Alex Springer



Women

100 Meter Dash
3. Jada Baylark
5. Kiara Parker
15. Morgan Burks Magee
17. Tamara Kuykendall

200 Meter Dash
7. Jada Baylark
14. Kiara Parker
32. Tamara Kuykendall
37. Taliyah Brooks

400 Meter Dash
6. Morgan Burks Magee
28. Sydney Hammit
62. Sydney Davis

800 meter run
47. Ruth Wiggins
64. Kailee Sawyer

1500 Meter Run
24. Abby Gray
26. Regan Hime
30. Rachel Nichwitz

100 Meter Hurdles
4. Janeek Brown

4x100 Meter Relay
2. Arkansas

High Jump
73. Carmen Sitz

Pole Vault
4. Rylee Robinson
16. Morgan Hartsell

Long Jump
1. Taliyah Brooks
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Payton and Desiree redshirting.   Huge. 

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Payton and Desiree redshirting.   Huge.

I saw this the other day. Alex George, Parinchief, and Rhayko are all redshirting for the men.

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Yes sir.   Hope all injuries heal and heal properly and that things go well for Desiree.

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The Arkansas men and women competed in various places this weekend including Stanford, Texas, and Texas State. HEre are the results:

Men

100 Meter Dash - Preliminaries
7. Harrison Schrage - 10.60

100 Meter Dash - Finals
8. Harrison Schrage - 10.65

200 Meter Dash
6. Harrison Schrage - 21.72

400 Meter Dash
21. Gabe Moore - 49.89

10000 Meter Run
4. Austen Dalquist - 29:08.60 (PR)
8. Gilbert Boit - 29:13.31
18. Ryan Murphy - 29:18.42
22. Andrew Ronoh - 29:20.67

110 Meter Hurdles
12. Gabe Moore - 14.82 (PR)

3000 Meter Steeplechase
2. Carter Persyn - 8:55.81
11. Kyle Levermore - 9:14.39

110 Meter Hurdles - Preliminaries
5. Shakiel Chattoo - 13.79
18. Larry Donald - 14.22

400 Meter Hurdles - Preliminaries
7. Larry Donald - 51.05
31. Travius Chambers - 52.60

400 Meter Hurdles - Finals
5. Larry Donald - 51.15

400 Meter Dash
1. Kemar Mowatt - 50.49

4x100 Meter Relay
2. Arkansas - 39.52

4x200 Meter Relay
3. Arkansas - 1:22.00

4x800 Meter Relay
3. Arkansas - 7:36.14

Sprint Medley Relay
DNF. Arkansas

Distance Medley Relay
3. Arkansas - 9:44.54

Long Jump
7. Laquan Nairn - 6.83m

Triple Jump
1. Rubin Owens - 15.32m

Shot Put
F. Sam Kempka

Discus Throw
2. Erich Sullins - 51.19m (SB)
7. Gabe Moore - 47.35m (PR)

Hammer Throw
12. Erich Sullins - 59.58m (SB)

Javelin Throw
2. Alex Springer - 61.63m (PR)
9. Andrew Henn - 54.59m



Women

100 Meter Dash - Preliminaries
4. Jada Baylark - 11.17
12. Kiara Parker - 11.43
24. Tamara Kuykendall - 11.67

100 Meter Dash - Finals
4. Jada Baylark - 11.09 (PR)

800 Meter Run
24. Carina Viljoen - 2:09.42
33. Ruth Wiggins - 2:10.20 (PR)
35. Devin Clark - 2:10.27 (PR)
40. Kailee Sawyer - 2:11.04 (SB)

1500 Meter Run
Devin Clark - 4:21.21
Carina Viljoen - 4:21.99
Maddy Reed - 4:24.37 (PR)
Taylor Werner - 4:25.96
Abby Gray - 4:35.53
DNF. Alex Ritchey

5000 Meter Run
DNF. Alex Ritchey

100 Meter Hurdles - Preliminaries
4. Janeek Brown - 13.27

100 Meter Hurdles - Finals
4. Janeek Brown - 12.90 (PR)

3000 Meter Steeplechase
Rachel Nichwitz - 10:14.59 (PR)
Regan Hime - 10:22.96

4x100 Meter Relay - Prelims
2. Arkansas - 44.32

4x100 Meter Relay - Finals
3. Arkansas - 43.71

4x400 Meter Relay
6. Arkansas - 3:37.27

Pole Vault
3. Alexis Jacobus - 4.55m
4. Victoria Hoggard - 4.50m

Pole Vault
1. Rylee Robinson - 4.00m
4. Elizabeth Ramos Mata - 3.85m (PR)
8. Morgan Hartsell - 3.70m

Heptathlon
1. Taliyah Brooks - 5946
100 meter hurdles - 13.28
High Jump - 1.72m
Shot Put - 11.72m
200 meter dash - 23.99
Long Jump - 6.30m
Javelin Throw - 36.91m
800 meter run - 2:21.17
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In Outdoors, you want to be as close to the top 48 as possible in your region to qualify for the Regional Meet. Arkansas is in the West Region. Here is how the Razorbacks stack up after the second weekend of action.

Men

100 Meter Dash
2. Kenzo Cotton
49. Harrison Schrage

200 Meter Dash
26. Kristoffer Hari
29. Kevin Harris

400 Meter Dash
26. John Winn

800 Meter Run
37. Ethan Moehn

1500 Meter Run
75. Carter Persyn
99. Andrew Ronoh

10000 Meter Run
13. Austen Dalquist
18. Gilbert Boit
29. Ryan Murphy
31. Andrew Ronoh

110 Meter Hurdles
4. Shakiel Chattoo
17. Larry Donald
24. Kemar Mowatt
77. Travius Chambers
82. Gabe Moore

400 Meter Hurdles
3. Kemar Mowatt
5. Larry Donald
34. Travius Chambers

3000 Meter Steeplechase
15. Carter Persyn
50. Kyle Levermore

4x100 Meter Relay
3. Arkansas

4x400 Meter Relay
14. Arkansas

High Jump
11. Rubin Owens
55. Brendon Rivera

Long Jump
11. Harrison Schrage

Triple Jump
20. Rubin Owens

Shot Put
57. Sam Kempka

Discus Throw
56. Erich Sullins

Hammer Throw
38. Erich Sullins

Javelin Throw
34. Alex Springer
81. Andrew Henn




Women


100 Meter Dash
3. Jada Baylark
9. Kiara Parker
21. Morgan Burks Magee
23. Tamara Kuykendall

200 Meter Dash
9. Jada Baylark
16. Kiara Parker
37. Tamara Kuykendall
42. Taliyah Brooks

400 Meter Dash
10. Morgan Burks Magee
40. Sydney Hammit
77. Sydney Davis

800 Meter Run
27. Carina Viljoen
43. Ruth Wiggins
46. Devin Clark
61. Kailee Sawyer

1500 Meter Run
10. Devin Clark
15. Carina Viljoen
18. Maddy Reed
28. Taylor Werner
73. Abby Gray
78. Regan Hime
83. Rachel Nichwitz

100 Meter Hurdles
3. Janeek Brown
8. Taliyah Brooks

3000 Meter Steeplechase
9. Rachel Nichwitz
12. Regan Hime

4x100 Meter Relay
3. Arkansas

4x400 Meter Relay
8. Arkansas

High Jump
33. Taliyah Brooks

Pole Vault
1. Alexis Jacobus
2. Victoria Hoggard
14. Rylee Robinson
28. Morgan Hartsell
45. Elizabeth Ramos Mata

Long Jump
1. Taliyah Brooks

Heptathlon
2. Taliyah Brooks
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CATCH UP TIME.

On April 13th-14th, the Razorbacks competed in the John McDonnell Invitational. Here are the results for men and women.

Men

100 Meter Dash
2. Roy Ejiakuekwu - 10.14 (PR)
3. Kristoffer Hari - 10.24

200 Meter Dash
2. Kenzo Cotton - 20.67
3. Kristoffer Hari - 20.75 (PR)
15. John Winn - 21.58 (PR)
18. Travius Chambers - 22.07

400 Meter Dash
1. Jamarco Stephen - 47.44 (SB)
4. John Winn - 48.04

800 Meter Run - Invitational
7. Chase Pareti - 1:55.49
9. Reese Walters - 1:56.02

1500 Meter Run
1. Cameron Griffith - 3:45.42 (PR)
2. Ethan Moehn - 3:49.75
3. Kyle Hosting - 3:49.81 (PR)
5. Kyle Levermore - 3:51.83 (SB)
10. Andrew Ronoh - 3:55.33
11. Ryan Murphy - 3:55.59
12. Gilbert Boit - 3:56.58
14. Austen Dalquist - 3:58.14
DNF. Jack Bruce

3000 Meter Run
7. Preston Cates - 8:48.62

110 Meter Hurdles
5. Larry Donald - 13.92 (PR)

400 Meter Hurdles
1. Larry Donald - 51.49
2. Travius Chambers - 51.72 (SB)

4x400 Meter Relay
1. Arkansas - 3:12.12

High Jump
2. Brendon Rivera - 2.14m (PR)

Pole Vault
NH. Brandon Stokes

Long Jump
1. Rubin Owens - 7.71m
2. Laquan Nairn - 7.61m (PR)
6. Trae Carey - 6.57m

Triple Jump
3. Rubin Owens - 14.74m

Shot Put
5. Sam Kempka - 16.35m
6. Jeff Rogers - 16.14m

Discus Throw
1. Erich Sullins - 54.05m (PR)

Hammer Throw
1. Erich Sullins - 60.73m (SB)

Javelin Throw
1. Alex Springer - 61.18m
3. Andrew Henn - 55.25m (SB)

Decathlon
3. Gabe Moore - 3991
100m - 10.73 (PR)
LJ - 7.14m (PR)
SP - 14.45m (PR)
HJ - 1.87m
400m - 50.79
110mH - DNF
DT - DNF
PV - DNF
JT - DNF
1500 - DNF


5. Harrison Schrage - 2574
100m - 10.40 (PR)
LJ - 7.94m (PR)
SP - 10.74m
HJ - DNF
400m - DNF
110mH - DNF
DT - DNF
PV - DNF
JT - DNF
1500m - DNF


6. Trae Carey - 1609
100m - 10.96 (PR)
LJ - 6.68m (SB)
SP - DNF
HJ - DNF
400m - DNF
110mH - DNF
DT - DNF
PV - DNF
JT - DNF
1500m - DNF

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Women Results from John McDonnell Invitational

100 Meter Dash
1. Jada Baylark - 11.02 (PR)
2. Kiara Parker - 11.14 (PR)
3. Janeek Brown - 11.19
6. Tamara Kuykendall - 11.44 (PR)

200 Meter Dash
1. Jada Baylark - 22.91 (PR)
2. Kiara Parker - 23.34 (SB)
7. Tamara Kuykendall - 23.89
13. Sydney Davis - 24.23 (PR)

400 Meter Dash
3. Morgan Burks Magee - 54.39
4. Sydney Davis - 55.42 (PR)

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I went to the National Relay Meet at the U of A last night.... And in the individual women's 400 hurdles Sydney McLaughlin from Kentucky ran a blazing 53.60 as soon as I got there. I just looked at my buddies and went "wow, I think she could have even ran faster, look how string she looked finishing" .... I can't wait to see her win so many future medals for the USA. Her time was faster than 8 of the men who ran right after. She is unbelievable.

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Razorbacks 3rd and Lady Razorbacks tied for 6th at SEC championships.   Rare to bring home no hardware and even more rare to finish as low as 6th.  Testament to the strength of the SEC!

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Men and Women had to leave some big names at home because of injury redshirts and even new injuries. Women never really had a chance. Men fought hard, but faltered when Cotton seemed to hurt his foot a bit (hopefully nothing serious) and Florida kept exceeding expectations.

I thought the men left it all out there.

My one critique: I'm a little tired of the "men are injured" every year. I believe that, but I can't help but wonder what are we doing to cause that? Seems more than a coincidence now.
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Agreed.  Seems to be a recurring theme.     But as a Hog fan, I am spoiled.   Used to vying for conference and NCAA championships yearly.  Hard to accept defeat when I see missed opportunities.

 

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