Marquette Inv LIVE


#1

It was a bad idea taking I94 but I made it! 1000m coming up. Beautiful day for track and field!


#2
  Lap |   Lap Time   |  Total Time  
   1  | 00:00:32.803 | 00:00:32.803 
   2  | 00:01:05.289 | 00:01:38.092 
   3  | 00:00:59.066 | 00:02:37.158 

Sit and kick for Patrick Campbell of Tosa West. His actual last lap was probably 58s.


#3

4x8


#4

1600

Fredrickson led the first three laps before sophomore Joe novak of cmh took over and never looked back. Kid looks strong. Wilson hacker was in second most of the way then dropped back as far as fourth/fifth in the third lap before regaining second place in the final 300.

Novak, hacker Frederickson then Stahl I believe.

  Lap |   Lap Time   |  Total Time  
   1  | 00:01:05.077 | 00:01:05.077 
   2  | 00:01:05.913 | 00:02:10.990 
   3  | 00:01:06.710 | 00:03:17.700 
   4  | 00:01:04.489 | 00:04:22.189 


#5

1600 official


#6

Sam Tiahnbyik high 47
amazing quarter miler

Official time 48.05


#7
  Lap |   Lap Time   |  Total Time  
   1  | 00:00:56.693 | 00:00:56.693 
   2  | 00:00:58.409 | 00:01:55.102 

Eric brown (1:55.47) over Evan kohl (1:56.88)


#8

Tiahnbyik 21.99 in 200. Great double today


#9
  Lap |   Lap Time   |  Total Time  
   1  | 00:01:14.557 | 00:01:14.557 
   2  | 00:01:13.915 | 00:02:28.472 
   3  | 00:01:14.185 | 00:03:42.657 
   4  | 00:01:16.025 | 00:04:58.682 
   5  | 00:01:11.575 | 00:06:10.257 
   6  | 00:01:11.214 | 00:07:21.471 
   7  | 00:01:12.244 | 00:08:33.715 
   8  | 00:01:08.886 | 00:09:42.601 

Olin hacker negative split this race. Kyler Lueck second in about 9:50. Campbell scratched. They could have used him forcing it out front.


#10

What are you to cool to come and say hi?


#11

The distance races led by Sophomores:

Event 12 Men 3200 Meter Run

1 Hacker, Olin SO Madison West 9:42.89 10
2 Lueck, Kyler SO Wisc. Lutheran 9:49.81 8
[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=1]3 Brombach, Teddy JR Loyola Academy 9:55.46 6
4 Kaestner, Ryan SR Racine Horlick 9:55.85 5
5 Cyra, Matt SR Mukwonago 9:58.28 4
6 Frederickson, James SR Racine Case 10:04.66 3
7 Seymour, Scott SO Kenosha Bradford10:08.00 2
8 Kuhlman, Sam SO Shorewood 10:08.74 1

Event 10 Men 800 Meter Run
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1 Brown, II, Eric J SO Wisc. Lutheran 1:55.47# 10
2 Kohl, Evan SR Madison West 1:56.88 8
[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=1]3 Boyle, Sam JR Mukwonago 1:59.97 6
4 Goldberg, Jacob JR Shorewood 2:02.53 5
5 Floyd-Mews, Taylor JR Wauwatosa West 2:02.99 4
[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=1]6 Heckel, Brent SR Racine Park 2:03.87 3

Event 5 Men 1600 Meter Run

1 Novak, Joe SO Cath. Memorial 4:22.42 10
2 Hacker, Wilson SR Madison West 4:24.41 8
[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=1]3 Frederickson, James SR Racine Case 4:25.28 6
4 Stahl, Charles JR Shorewood 4:28.77 5
5 Heinrich, Jack SO Marquette 4:29.61 4
6 Randolph, Matt JR Loyola Academy 4:37.57 3
7 Carmichael, Ben SO Wisc. Lutheran 4:37.88 2
8 Swenson, Christian SO Loyola Academy 4:40.86 1

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#12

I noticed this yesterday too. I’m not sure why Campbell opted out of the 3200 as they could have definitely used him.

But I was definitely impressed with the sophomores. Not to take anything away from Hacker, Lueck and Brown as they all ran great races but the surprise to me was Joe Novak. That was a huge breakthrough for him.

Man of the meet definitely goes to Sam Tiahnbyik. I thought Eric Brown closed very nicely but there were elements of his race that make me believe there’s a lot left for improvement this season. It would not surprise me if Brown ran 1:51-high on his own this year and who knows what can happen if he’s really pushed.