NCAA East


#21

Maybe passed thru on time, Glass, that is? Not sure yet


#22

He is in on time 10th


#23

…on last throw of 19.43 (63-9). Series here

http://flashresults.com/2013_Meets/outdoor/05-23-NCAAEast/live/017-1_compiled.htm


#24

Very nice and Mozia 5th.


#25

Michelle Brown 52.55 moves on to Eugene. Lotsa times in the 52s for her this year.


#26

Rachel Watkins on to Eugene! Errol Jeffrey as well. Go Hawks!


#27

HUUUUUGE race for Patrick Rono: 1:46.49 for 2nd behind Greer to advance.

Jonathan Petit-Homme with another PR, 51.60 this time to advance as well.

Lots of other folks, but those two stand out.


#28

while it was not in the East, GTK you are so right, it deseved its own WEST thread, Rono’s run was huge, his talent IS huge, he had just had a really spotty year this year, I always thought he would go faster proportionately at 15 than 8, but what do I know.Maybe next year for that.

This was a break thru


#29

I always pictured Rono as more of a 1500 talent than 800 too. This time is awesome and just maybe he will be better at 15 than 8 at some point but for now he’s become a force at the 800. Congrats to him.


#30

Lauren Penney punches her ticket to Eugene in the 5000…

http://flashresults.com/2013_Meets/outdoor/05-23-NCAAEast/live/027-1_compiled.htm


#31

Michelle Brown 51.38 anchoring Notre Dame to a terrific 3:32.43 win in the 4x400.

EDIT: I am told by someone who was there that Michelle ran the 2nd leg not the anchor as the results show and her split was 51-high/52-low.