Richard Thompson set the meet record in the 60 meters
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Track & Field in Position to Compete for Title; Thompson Sets Record
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Published: March 14, 2008, 12:00 AM (CT)
Updated: October 29, 2009, 03:32 AM (CT)
by LSUsports.net (@LSUsports), LSU Sports Interactive

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. Three Lady Tigers and the men’s distance medley relay team turned in All-American performances to lead the LSU track and field teams on the first day of competition at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Championships at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

Senior Jessica Ohanaja finished sixth and junior Nickiesha Wilson placed seventh in the 60-meter hurdles, while junior Andrea Linton was a seventh-place finisher in the long jump and the Tigers’ distance medley relay team crossed the finish line in sixth place during Friday’s action.

The top-ranked Lady Tigers wrapped up the first day in a tie for ninth place in the team standings with nine points, while the third-ranked Tigers are currently tied for 29th with three points.

Both teams are still in the thick of the championship race as they look to win their first NCAA indoor titles since 2004. The women will open the final day of the competition with a total of six chances to score, and the men will have five opportunities to score big points on Saturday.

“The bottom line is that we know about as much now as we knew coming into the meet about who would win the thing,” said LSU head coach Dennis Shaver. “This is still a very wide open race on both the men’s and women’s sides. We knew we couldn’t win the track meet on the first day, and we’ve put ourselves in a position to be in the hunt in both races.”

Ohanaja and Wilson were the first LSU athletes to line up in a championship final at this year’s meet as the duo earned indoor All-America honors in the 60-meter hurdles for the second straight year by combining for seven points in the event.

After qualifying with a seasonal best time of 8.09 seconds in the preliminary round, Ohanaja improved with a time of 8.08 to cross the finish line in sixth place. Wilson followed close behind in seventh place with a time of 8.12 in the final heat.

Linton continued her outstanding indoor season by earning her first career All-America honor in the long jump with a top mark of 20 feet, 5 inches to finish seventh.

In addition, the men’s distance medley relay team earned All-America honors in its first ever appearance at the NCAA Indoor Championships as senior Michael Hendry (1,200 meters), sophomore Armanti Hayes (400 meters), sophomore Jamaal James (800 meters) and sophomore John Kosgei (mile) crossed the finish line in sixth place with a time of 9:35.72.

“We had some good performances today, but I felt like we should have scored maybe a few more points on both sides,” Shaver said. “Andrea came up big for us in the long jump and just continues to have a great season. I feel like the two points she gave us are going to be big coming down the stretch tomorrow.”

Senior hurdler Ryan Fontenot made history in the prelims of the men’s 60-meter hurdles as he set a new school record in the event with a blistering time of 7.69, but the Baton Rouge native came up short of earning his first career All-America honor as he committed a false start in the final.

“I wasn’t really disappointed in Ryan, but I was disappointed for him,” Shaver said. “He’s a guy that does all the right things and deserved to be successful at this meet. You can’t make those mistakes if you want to win the track meet, but our guys are competitive and will give everything they’ve got to pick up it up tomorrow.”

The LSU sprinters stole the show during Friday’s qualifying action as Trindon Holliday and Richard Thompson broke the school record in the 60-meter dash in back-to-back prelim heats.

Holliday, who entered the meet with a seasonal best of 6.60 recorded on the same track at the Tyson Invitational on Feb. 15, raced out of the blocks in the afternoon’s first preliminary heat and crossed the finish line with a new personal best and school record of 6.55.

That record lasted a mere seven minutes as Thompson dominated the second prelim heat with the fastest time in the world this season at 6.51, finishing .14 seconds ahead of heat runner-up J-Mee Samuels of Arkansas (6.65). Thompson entered the meet with a seasonal best and previous school record of 6.57 set at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational in New York on Feb. 8.

In addition to breaking Holliday’s school record, Thompson set a new meet record for the NCAA Championships as he eclipsed the mark of 6.52 set by Arizona State’s Marcus Brunson in 1999.

“I saw what Trindon did before my race, but I wasn’t focused on it at all,” Thompson said. “I was worrying about winning my heat and qualifying for tomorrow. That’s what counts the most at a meet like this. I showed up focused and ready to run and had my best performance. I’m hoping to line up and run faster than everyone again tomorrow to help us win the title.”

Holliday agreed with Thompson that he hopes to repeat his performance on Saturday to help the Tigers break a four-year drought and win their first NCAA indoor title since the 2004 season.

“It didn’t last too long,” Holliday joked after seeing his school record broken by Thompson. “We came out with the same goal, and that was to just qualifying for the final. I didn’t want to come out wanting to break any records. I just came out and executed my race the best way I knew how.

“I’m happy for Richard and what he did. There is no competition between the two of us. We both want to win a team championship more than anything. Hopefully, we can come out tomorrow and make a statement with two big finishes and score some points for our team.”

Five other LSU athletes advanced to Saturday’s championship action as senior Kelly Baptiste (7.19) and sophomore Samantha Henry (7.25) advanced to the final in the women’s 60 meters, while senior Elkana Kosgei (1:49.03), junior Reuben Twijukye (1:49.58) and sophomore LaTavia Thomas (2:06.30) qualified for the final in the 800-meter run.

“We’ve got to come out firing tomorrow if we want to stay in the race,” Shaver said. “On the men’s side, we’ve got two guys in the 800, and Richard and Trindon both looked really good in the 60 meters today. They’re going to be tough to beat in that race tomorrow. John Kosgei also has a great chance to score for us in the 3,000 meters.

“It’s the same story for us on the women’s side. We advanced everybody into the second day that I thought should have gotten through. It’s going to be a real dogfight tomorrow, and we’ve got to come out firing because Arizona State and Michigan are going to be really tough to beat.”

The action at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships continues Saturday at 11 a.m. CDT with the conclusion of the men’s heptathlon, while the women’s pentathlon kicks off at 11:30 a.m. The afternoon’s first field events are scheduled to get underway at 2 p.m. followed by the first events on the track at 6:15 p.m.

 

                     NCAA Division I 2008 Indoor Championship                    
                 Randal Tyson Track Center - Univ. of Arkansas                 
                  Fayetteville, AR  - 3/14/2008 to 3/15/2008                   
                       Team Rankings - Through Event 32                        
 
                              Female Team Scores                               
            Place School                                          Points
       ===================================================================
                1 Michigan                           UMI              18  
                2 Texas                              UTX              16  
                2 Mississippi                        UMS              16  
                2 Virginia Tech                      VAT              16  
                5 Arizona State                      AZST             15  
                6 Tennessee                          UTN              11  
                6 Stanford                           STAN             11  
                8 Washington State                   WAST             10  
                8 Texas Tech                         TXT              10  
                8 Southern Illinois                  SIU              10  
               11 LSU                                LSU               9  
               11 Texas A&M                          TXAM              9  
               13 Kansas                             UKS               8  
               13 Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo           SLO               8  
               13 Texas-El Paso                      UTEP              8  
               13 Iowa State                         IAST              8  
               17 Georgia Tech                       GAT               7  
               18 Purdue                             PURD              6  
               18 Jacksonville                       JACK              6  
               18 Duke                               DUKE              6  
               21 Ohio State                         OHST              5  
               21 Michigan State                     MIST              5  
               21 West Virginia                      UWV               5  
               21 Harvard                            HARV              5  
               25 Florida                            UFL               4  
               25 Connecticut                        UCT               4  
               25 Brigham Young                      BYU               4  
               25 Wisconsin                          UWI               4  
               25 Akron                              AKR               4  
               30 Penn State                         PSU               3  
               30 Arizona                            UAZ               3  
               30 Georgetown                         GTWN              3  
               30 Kansas State                       KSST              3  
               30 Illinois                           UIL               3  
               35 Texas Christian                    TCU               2  
               35 Pennsylvania                       UPA               2  
               37 Nebraska                           UNE               1.5
               37 North Carolina                     UNC               1.5
               39 Baylor                             BAY               1  
               39 UAB                                UAB               1  
               39 Cornell                            CORN              1  
 
                               Male Team Scores                                
            Place School                                          Points
       ===================================================================
                1 Florida State                      FLST             26  
                2 Tennessee                          UTN              20  
                3 Arizona State                      AZST             19  
                4 Texas                              UTX              16  
                5 UCLA                               UCLA             11.5
                6 Stanford                           STAN             10  
                6 Cal State-Northridge               CSUN             10  
                6 Binghamton University              BING             10  
                6 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi           TAMC             10  
               10 Texas A&M                          TXAM              9  
               10 Arkansas                           UAR               9  
               12 South Carolina                     SCAR              8  
               12 Eastern Kentucky                   EKY               8  
               12 Clemson                            CLEM              8  
               12 Idaho                              UID               8  
               12 Washington                         UWA               8  
               17 Florida International              FIU               6  
               17 Wisconsin                          UWI               6  
               17 Manhattan                          MAN               6  
               17 La Salle                           LAS               6  
               21 Wyoming                            UWY               5  
               21 Florida                            UFL               5  
               21 Texas Tech                         TXT               5  
               24 Liberty                            LIB               4  
               24 Georgetown                         GTWN              4  
               24 Arizona                            UAZ               4  
               24 Virginia Tech                      VAT               4  
               24 Mississippi                        UMS               4  
               29 Oklahoma                           UOK               3  
               29 North Carolina State               NCST              3  
               29 Portland                           PORT              3  
               29 LSU                                LSU               3  
               33 Georgia                            UGA               2  
               33 Iowa                               UIA               2  
               35 Brigham Young                      BYU               1.5
               36 Baylor                             BAY               1  
               36 Villanova                          VILL              1  
               36 Akron                              AKR               1 

Licensed to Flash Results, Inc. Hy-Tek's Meet Manager 3/14/2008 10:17 PM NCAA Division I 2008 Indoor Championship Randal Tyson Track Center - Univ. of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR - 3/14/2008 to 3/15/2008 Results

Women 60 Meter Dash =================================================================== Three heats. Winner plus next 5 fastest advance to Final. American: 6.95 3/7/1998 Gail Devers - Marion Jones Collegiate: 7.09 3/11/2001 Angela Williams, Southern California NCAA Meet: 7.13 3/9/2002 Angela Williams, Southern California Tyson: 7.09 2/11/2005 Veronica Campbell, Adidas Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Bianca Knight FR Texas 7.16Q 3 2 Alexandria Anderson JR Texas 7.19Q 2 (7.182) 2 Kelly-Ann Baptiste SR LSU 7.19Q 1 (7.181) 4 Gloria Asumnu SR Tulane 7.22q 3 5 Nickesha Anderson SR Kansas 7.23q 2 6 Samantha Henry SO LSU 7.25q 3 (7.244) 7 Lakecia Ealey SR Florida 7.25q 2 (7.249) 8 Courtney Champion SR Tennessee 7.26q 2 9 Simone Facey SR Texas A&M 7.28 1 10 Jeneba Tarmoh FR Tennessee 7.28 1 11 Porscha Lucas SO Texas A&M 7.32 1 12 LaKya Brookins FR S. Carolina 7.32 1 12 Juanita Broaddus SR LSU 7.32 3 14 Lynne Layne SO Tennessee 7.34 2 15 Virgil Hodge SR TCU 7.36 3 16 Shayla Mahan FR S. Carolina 7.37 3 17 Murielle Ahoure JR George Mason 7.42 2 18 Halimat Ismaila SR UTEP 7.43 1 19 Cleo Tyson SR Tennessee 7.52 1

Women 200 Meter Dash =================================================================== Four heats. Top 8 fastest times advance to a 2 section Final. Final: Slow section first American: 22.18 3/15/2003 Michelle Collins Collegiate: 22.43 3/12/2004 Veronica Campbell, Arkansas NCAA Meet: 22.43 3/12/2004 Veronica Campbell, Arkansas Tyson: 22.43 3/12/2004 Veronica Campbell, Arkansas Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== 1 Bianca Knight FR Texas 22.48q 2 2 Nickesha Anderson SR Kansas 22.75q 1 3 Porscha Lucas SO Texas A&M 22.84q 2 4 Alexandria Anderson JR Texas 22.93q 1 5 Courtney Champion SR Tennessee 23.22q 3 6 Simone Facey SR Texas A&M 23.25q 3 7 Natalie Knight SR Florida 23.26q 1 8 Virgil Hodge SR TCU 23.28q 2 9 Samantha Henry SO LSU 23.30 4 10 Tiffany Townsend FR Baylor 23.52 1 11 Brooklynn Morris SR LSU 23.59 3 12 Lynne Layne SO Tennessee 23.71 3 13 Carol Rodriguez SR USC 23.78 4 14 Charonda Williams JR Arizona St. 24.07 4 15 Britni Spruill SR Virginia Tech 24.38 2 16 Jeneba Tarmoh FR Tennessee 25.17 4

Women 200 Meter Dash =================================================================== Four heats. Top 8 fastest times advance to a 2 section Final. Final: Slow section first American: 22.18 3/15/2003 Michelle Collins Collegiate: 22.43 3/12/2004 Veronica Campbell, Arkansas NCAA Meet: 22.43 3/12/2004 Veronica Campbell, Arkansas Tyson: 22.43 3/12/2004 Veronica Campbell, Arkansas Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== Finals 1 Bianca Knight FR Texas 22.40 2 2 Nickesha Anderson SR Kansas 22.62 2 3 Alexandria Anderson JR Texas 22.81 2 4 Porscha Lucas SO Texas A&M 22.83 2 5 Simone Facey SR Texas A&M 22.94 1 6 Natalie Knight SR Florida 23.14 1 7 Virgil Hodge SR TCU 23.20 1 8 Courtney Champion SR Tennessee 23.36 1

Women 400 Meter Dash =================================================================== Five heats. Top 8 fastest times advance to a 2 section Final. Final: Slow section first. American: 50.64 3/10/1991 Diane Dixon Collegiate: 50.80 3/10/2007 Natasha Hastings, South Carolina NCAA Meet: 50.80 3/10/2007 Natasha Hastings, South Carolina Tyson: 50.80 3/10/2007 Natasha Hastings, South Carolina Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Krista Simkins JR Miami 51.95q 1 2 Trish Bartholomew SR Alabama 52.32q 5 3 Kineke Alexander SR Iowa 52.63q 3 4 Jessica Beard FR Texas A&M 52.77q 3 5 Jenna Martin SO Kentucky 53.13q 2 6 Shana Cox SR Penn State 53.37q 4 7 Sheryl Morgan SR Nebraska 53.54q 4 8 Kenyata Coleman SR Mississippi 53.61q 2 9 Leslie Cole JR Oklahoma 53.65 3 10 Latonya Loche SR Tennessee 53.66 2 11 Keshia Baker SO Oregon 53.79 1 12 Joanna Atkins FR Auburn 53.85 2 13 Tanisha Wisdom SR Maryland-ES 53.85 5 14 LaJada Baldwin FR Mississippi 53.95 4 15 Donniece Parrish SR Kansas State 54.09 5 16 Alexandria Spruiel JR NC A&T 54.11 5 17 Dominique Blake SR Penn State 54.40 1 -- Brandi Cross SO S. Carolina DNF 1

Women 1 Mile Run ================================================================ Two heats. Top 3 plus next 4 fastest advance to Final. Two waterfall start, 1 turn stagger. (5,3), (6,3), (6, 4) American: 4:20.5h 2/19/1982 Mary Slaney Collegiate: 4:28.31 2/5/1988 Vicki Huber, Villanova NCAA Meet: 4:30.63 3/11/1989 Suzy Favor, Wisconsin Tyson: 4:27.18 2/15/2008 Christin Wurth-Thomas, Nike Name Year School Prelims ================================================================ 1 Sarah Bowman JR Tennessee 4:41.04Q 2 Nicole Edwards SR Michigan 4:42.33Q 3 Hannah England SO Fla St. 4:41.32Q 4 Katie Follett SO Washington 4:42.43Q 5 Dacia Barr SR Arkansas 4:41.70Q 6 Amanda Miller SR Washington 4:42.98Q 7 Michelle Turner JR Washington 4:42.77q 8 Alicia Follmar JR Stanford 4:42.78q 9 Ann Detmer SR Wisconsin 4:43.23q 10 Elizabeth Maloy SR Georgetown 4:43.44q 11 Akilah Vargas SR Villanova 4:43.85 12 Alexandra Kosinski FR Oregon 4:44.21 13 Natalie Picchetti SR Georgia 4:45.58 14 Jamie Cheever JR Minnesota 4:46.67 15 Liz Costello SO Princeton 4:47.30 16 Clerc Koenck SR Lamar 4:54.79 17 Sara Vaughn JR Colorado 4:55.72

Women 800 Meter Run =================================================================== Two heats. Top 2 plus next 4 fastest advance to Final. Two waterfall start, 2 turn stagger. (5,3) American: 1:58.71 3/2/2002 Nicole Teter Collegiate: 2:00.75 2/27/2005 Nicole Cook, Tennessee NCAA Meet: 2:01.77 3/6/1999 Hazel Clark, Florida Tyson: 2:00.75 2/27/2005 Nicole Cook, Tennessee Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== 1 Latavia Thomas SO LSU 2:06.30Q 1 2 Geena Gall JR Michigan 2:07.36Q 2 3 Alysia Johnson SR California 2:06.48Q 1 4 Heather Dorniden JR Minnesota 2:07.42Q 2 5 Becky Horn SR W. Mighigan 2:06.67q 1 6 Trisa Nickoley SR Missouri 2:06.89q 1 7 Lavera Morris SR Kentucky 2:06.98q 1 8 Jesse Carlin SR Pennsylvania 2:07.54q 2 9 Erica Moore SO Indiana St. 2:07.73 2 10 Kelly Young SR UTEP 2:07.81 2 11 Lorain McKenzie SR Florida 2:07.87 2 12 Christina Rodgers SO Arizona 2:08.01 2 13 Caitlin Bailey SO Boston College 2:08.17 1 14 Julie Schwengler JR Minnesota 2:10.51 1 15 Molly Beckwith SO Indiana 2:12.29 2 16 Clarrisse Moh JR S. Alabama 2:13.20 1

Women 5000 Meter Run ================================================================ Final Only. Two waterfall start, two turn stagger. (11, 5) American: 15:07.33 2/18/2001 Marla Runyan Collegiate: 15:14.18 3/12/2004 Kim Smith, Providence NCAA Meet: 15:14.18 3/12/2004 Kim Smith, Providence Tyson: 15:14.18 3/12/2004 Kim Smith, Providence Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Sally Kipyego JR Texas Tech 15:31.91 2 Lisa Koll SO Iowa St. 15:54.90 3 Maddie McKeever JR Duke 15:58.18 4 Nicole Bush SR Michigan St. 16:03.27 5 Katrina Rundhaug SR Wisconsin 16:05.02 6 Melissa Grelli JR Georgetown 16:10.83 7 Bridget Franek SO Penn State 16:18.01 8 Elizabeth Ambrus SR UAB 16:18.92 9 Emily Harrison SR Virginia 16:19.85 10 Denise Bargiachi JR Arkansas 16:25.79 11 Katie VanHorn JR Tennessee 16:33.28 12 Diane Nukuri SR Iowa 16:35.05 13 Danette Doetzel JR Providence 16:36.04 14 Wendi Robinson SO Indiana 16:39.86 15 Addie Bracy SR North Carolina 16:41.46 16 Alison Bishel SO Ball State 16:53.92

Women 60 Meter Hurdles =================================================================== Two heats. Winner plus next 6 fastest advance to Final. American: 7.74 3/1/2003 Gail Devers Collegiate: 7.84 3/10/2006 Virginia Powell, Southern California NCAA Meet: 7.84 3/10/2006 Virginia Powell, Southern California Tyson: 7.84 3/10/2006 Virginia Powell, Southern California Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Kristi Castlin SO Virginia Tech 8.02Q 2 2 Fatmata Fofanah SR Georgia Tech 8.04Q 1 3 Queen Harrison SO Virginia Tech 8.06q 1 4 Tiffany Ofili JR Michigan 8.07q 1 5 Nickiesha Wilson JR LSU 8.09q 1 8.084 6 Jessica Ohanaja SR LSU 8.09q 2 8.090 7 Shantia Moss SR Georgia Tech 8.11q 2 8 Aleesha Barber JR Penn State 8.19q 1 9 Nia Ali SO USC 8.21 2 10 Latoya Greaves SO Oklahoma 8.22 1 11 Celriece Law JR Tennessee 8.23 2 12 Leah Kincaid SR Purdue 8.31 2 13 Jennifer Williams SR Texas A&M 8.34 1 14 Lauren Wiggins JR North Texas 8.38 1 -- Moriam Seun Adigun JR Houston FS 2 -- Loreal Smith JR NC A&T DNF 2

Women 60 Meter Hurdles ================================================================ Two heats. Winner plus next 6 fastest advance to Final. American: 7.74 3/1/2003 Gail Devers Collegiate: 7.84 3/10/2006 Virginia Powell, Southern California NCAA Meet: 7.84 3/10/2006 Virginia Powell, Southern California Tyson: 7.84 3/10/2006 Virginia Powell, Southern California Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Tiffany Ofili JR Michigan 7.94 2 Kristi Castlin SO Virginia Tech 8.02 3 Queen Harrison SO Virginia Tech 8.03 4 Shantia Moss SR Georgia Tech 8.08 (8.075) 5 Jessica Ohanaja SR LSU 8.08 (8.080) 6 Nickiesha Wilson JR LSU 8.12 7 Fatmata Fofanah SR Georgia Tech 8.13 8 Aleesha Barber JR Penn State 8.19

Women Distance Medley ================================================================ Final only. Two waterfall start, two turn stagger. (8, 4) Running order: 1200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m American: 10:59.46 3/9/2007 Univ. of North Carolina Collegiate: 10:54.34 1/30/1988 Villanova NCAA Meet: 10:58.19 3/8/2002 UCLA Tyson: 10:58.19 3/8/2002 UCLA School Finals ================================================================ 1 Tennessee 11:01.97 2 Michigan 11:02.22 3 Stanford 11:03.87 4 West Virginia 11:07.64 5 Brigham Young 11:10.96 6 Illinois 11:12.33 7 Pennsylvania 11:14.97 8 Baylor 11:20.56 9 Oregon 11:22.06 10 Minnesota 11:24.83 11 Washington 11:29.02 12 Wisconsin 11:34.64

Women High Jump ========================================================================== Progression: 1.70 - 1.75 - 1.80 - 1.83 - 1.86 then 3 cm No 5-Alive jumping format American: 2.01m 2/28/1992 Tisha Walker Collegiate: 1.97m 2/14/1998 Bernhagen / Acuff / Aldrich / Gyorffy, / Ram NCAA Meet: 1.97m 3/11/1995 Amy Acuff, UCLA Tyson: 1.96m 2/10/2007 Destinee Hooker, Texas Name Year School Finals ========================================================================== 1 Ebba Jungmark FR WashingtonSt. 1.89m 6-02.25 2 Sharon Day SR Cal Poly-SLO 1.86m 6-01.25 3 Brittney Reese JR Mississippi 1.86m 6-01.25 4 Becky Christensen JR Harvard 1.83m 6-00.00 5 Carin Knight SO Connecticut 1.83m 6-00.00 6 Jasmin Day SO Arizona 1.83m 6-00.00 7 Patience Coleman FR North Carolina 1.80m 5-10.75 7 Epley Bullock SO Nebraska 1.80m 5-10.75 9 Lizzie Harris FR C. Florida 1.80m 5-10.75 9 Jacquelyn Johnson SR Arizona St. 1.80m 5-10.75 9 Viktoria Andonova JR Miami 1.80m 5-10.75 12 Chealsea Taylor SO Alabama 1.80m 5-10.75 13 Elizabeth Patterson SO Arizona 1.80m 5-10.75 14 Kristina Bolterstein SR Miami-Ohio 1.75m 5-08.75 14 Desirae Gonder SO Northridge 1.75m 5-08.75 16 Bettie Wade JR Michigan 1.75m 5-08.75 17 Jillian Drouin SR Syracuse 1.75m 5-08.75 18 Liene Karsuma FR Florida 1.75m 5-08.75 18 Raevan Harris JR Auburn 1.75m 5-08.75

Women Long Jump ========================================================================== Two flights. Top 9 plus ties advance to a reverse-order Final. Warm-ups: 15 minute specific for each flight & final if needed American: 7.13m 3/5/1994 Jackie Joyner-Kersee Collegiate: 6.91m 2/23/2002 Elva Goulbourne, Auburn NCAA Meet: 6.81m 3/14/2003 Elva Goulbourne, Auburn Tyson: 6.91m 2/23/2002 Elva Goulbourne, Auburn Name Year School Finals ========================================================================== 1 Brittney Reese JR Mississippi 6.76m 22-02.25 2 Blessing Okagbare SO UTEP 6.68m 21-11.00 3 Natasha Harvey JR Jacksonville 6.60m 21-08.00 4 Erica McLain SR Stanford 6.50m 21-04.00 5 Jacquelyn Johnson SR Arizona St. 6.31m 20-08.50 6 Stephanie Garnett JR Arizona St. 6.30m 20-08.00 7 Andrea Linton JR LSU 6.24m 20-05.75 8 Jeomi Maduka JR Cornell 6.23m 20-05.25 9 Neidra Covington SO TCU 6.22m 20-05.00 10 Arantxa King FR Stanford 6.19m 20-03.75 11 Eleni Kafourou JR Boise State 6.16m 20-02.50 12 Ashika Charan SO Texas A&M 6.13m 20-01.50 13 Bianca Stuart JR S. Illinois 6.12m 20-01.00 14 Kathy Coleman SR LSU 6.05m 19-10.25 15 Shara Proctor SO Florida 6.05m 19-10.25 16 Shaquania Lundy JR Jacksonville 6.01m 19-08.75 17 Peter-Gaye Beckford JR Arkansas 5.99m 19-08.00 18 Vonteena Knotts SR App. State 5.74m 18-10.00

Women Weight Throw ========================================================================== Two flights. Top 9 plus ties advance to a reverse-order Final. Warm-ups: 15 minute specific for each flight & final if needed American: 25.56m 3/10/2007 Brittany Riley Collegiate: 25.56m 3/10/2007 Brittany Riley, Southern Illinois NCAA Meet: 25.56m 3/10/2007 Brittany Riley, Southern Illinois Tyson: 25.56m 3/10/2007 Brittany Riley, Southern Illinois Name Year School Finals ========================================================================== 1 Brittany Riley SR S. Illinois 25.34m 83-01.75 2 Jessica Pressley SR Arizona St. 22.04m 72-03.75 3 Astin Steward SR Purdue 21.62m 70-11.25 4 Veronica Jatsek SR Ohio State 21.43m 70-03.75 5 Stevi Large JR Akron 21.08m 69-02.00 6 Loren Groves JR Kansas State 20.93m 68-08.00 7 Kristen Callan SR Virginia Tech 20.71m 67-11.50 8 Shawneise Williams SR Florida 20.34m 66-08.75 9 Sarah Stevens JR Arizona St. 20.32m 66-08.00 10 Laci Heller SR Kansas State 19.78m 64-10.75 11 Elisha Hunt SR Missouri 19.74m 64-09.25 12 Ashley Harbin SR Lafayette 19.68m 64-07.00 13 Jere Summers JR Louisville 19.42m 63-08.75 14 Brittany Pryor JR Virginia Tech 19.17m 62-10.75 15 Khadija Talley SR Miami 18.72m 61-05.00 16 Tai Battle SR Arizona St. 18.30m 60-00.50

Men 60 Meter Dash =================================================================== Three heats. Winner plus next 5 fastest advance to Final. American: 6.39 3/3/2001 Maurice Green Collegiate: 6.45 2/20/1999 Leonard Myles-Mills, Brigham Young NCAA Meet: 6.52 3/5/1999 Marcus Brunson, Arizona State Tyson: 6.46 2/15/2003 Terrence Trammell, USA Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Richard Thompson SR LSU 6.51Q 2 2 Trindon Holliday SO LSU 6.55Q 1 3 Travis Padgett JR Clemson 6.61Q 3 4 Rubin Williams SR Tennessee 6.59q 1 5 J-Mee Samuels JR Arkansas 6.65q 2 6.644 6 Gerald Phiri FR Texas A&M 6.65q 3 6.646 7 Adam Harris JR Michigan 6.66q 1 8 Michael Ray Garvin JR Fla St. 6.67q 2 6.662 9 Jeremy Hall SO Florida 6.67 2 6.666 10 CJ Spiller SO Clemson 6.67 3 6.668 11 Evander Wells SO Tennessee 6.68 1 12 Julius Walker JR Texas Tech 6.69 2 12 Ibrahim Kabia JR Minnesota 6.69 1 14 Clint Allen SO E. Michigan 6.69 3 15 Marcus Pugh SR Oklahoma 6.75 2 16 Teddy Williams SO Texas-San Anton 6.76 3 17 Matthieu Pritchett SR Tennessee 6.78 1 18 Mike Coleman JR LA Tech 6.85 3

Heptathlon: #1 Men 60 Meter Dash Heptathlon ========================================================================== Two grouped sections. Name Year School Finals H# Points ========================================================================== Finals 1 Jangy Addy SR Tennessee 6.84 1 940 2 Ashton Eaton SO Oregon 6.93 1 907 3 Krzysztof Slupkowski SO Wichita St. 7.05 1 865 4 Rok Derzanic FR Kansas State 7.06 1 861 5 Chris Dickman SO Wichita St. 7.07 1 858 6 Raven Cepeda SR UNI 7.09 1 851 7 Mike Morrison SO Florida 7.13 2 837 8 Nick Adcock SO Missouri 7.14 1 833 9 Mat Clark JR UNI 7.14 2 833 10 Justin Johnson SR Northridge 7.16 2 826 11 Gonzalo Barroilhet FR Fla St. 7.19 2 816 12 Moritz Cleve FR Kansas State 7.19 2 816 13 Josh Hustedt SR Stanford 7.22 1 806 14 Frank Shotwell SO Michigan 7.24 2 799 15 Duane Hynes SO Princeton 7.34 2 765 16 Mateo Sossah SO North Carolina 7.48 2 719

Men 200 Meter Dash =================================================================== Four heats. Top 8 fastest times advance to a 2 section Final. Final: Slow section first American: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon Collegiate: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas NCAA Meet: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas Tyson: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Rubin Williams SR Tennessee 20.47q 4 2 Charles Clark SO Fla St. 20.60q 1 3 Evander Wells SO Tennessee 20.72q 2 4 Chris Dykes JR Texas A&M 20.76q 4 5 Willie Perry JR Florida 20.78q 2 6 Michael Ray Garvin JR Fla St. 20.79q 1 7 J-Mee Samuels JR Arkansas 20.87q 3 8 Trey Harts SO Baylor 20.89q 3 9 Brent Gray JR Long Beach 20.91 2 10 Jose Acevedo JR Kentucky 20.99 3 11 Arman Dixon SR Sacred Heart 21.12 3 12 Antonio Sales FR S. Carolina 21.17 4 13 Terrill McCombs SO W. Kentucky 21.20 1 14 Tony Cole SR Ohio State 21.24 4 15 Courtney Thomas SO Baylor 21.55 2

Men 200 Meter Dash =================================================================== Four heats. Top 8 fastest times advance to a 2 section Final. Final: Slow section first American: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon Collegiate: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas NCAA Meet: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas Tyson: 20.10 3/11/2005 Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== Finals 1 Rubin Williams SR Tennessee 20.36 2 2 Charles Clark SO Fla St. 20.50 2 3 J-Mee Samuels JR Arkansas 20.67 1 4 Willie Perry JR Florida 20.73 1 5 Chris Dykes JR Texas A&M 20.77 2 6 Evander Wells SO Tennessee 20.78 2 7 Michael Ray Garvin JR Fla St. 20.79 1 8 Trey Harts SO Baylor 20.87 1

Men 400 Meter Dash =================================================================== Four heats. Top 8 fastest times advance to a 2 section Final. Final: Slow section first. American: 44.57 3/12/2005 Kerron Clement Collegiate: 44.57 3/12/2005 Kerron Clement, Florida NCAA Meet: 44.57 3/12/2005 Kerron Clement, Florida Tyson: 44.57 3/12/2005 Kerron Clement, Florida Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Andretti Bain SR Oral Roberts 46.02q 2 2 Jordan Boase JR Washington 46.51q 1 3 Calvin Smith SO Florida 46.62q 1 46.615 4 Miles Smith SR SE Missouri 46.62q 3 46.620 5 Lukas Hulett SO Nebraska 46.77q 1 6 Joel Phillip JR Arizona St. 46.83q 3 7 Bobby McCoy SR Arizona 46.97q 1 8 Jimmie Gordon SR Arizona St. 47.14q 2 9 Michael Cooley SR Alabama 47.18 2 10 Allodin Fothergill SO Maryland-ES 47.24 4 11 Justin Gaymon JR Georgia 47.28 4 12 Dan Johnson SR Montana St. 47.44 4 13 Cornelius Duncan SR S. Mississippi 47.45 3 14 Jeshua Anderson FR WashingtonSt. 47.69 3 15 Rueben McCoy SR Auburn 47.86 4 16 LeJerald Betters SO Baylor 49.37 2

Men 1 Mile Run ================================================================ Two heats. Top 3 plus next 4 fastest advance to Final. Two waterfall start, 1 turn stagger. (5,3), (6 , 4) American: 3:49.89 2/11/2005 Bernard Lagat Collegiate: 3:55.0h 2/17/1974 Tony Waldrop, North Carolina NCAA Meet: 3:55.33 3/11/1995 Kevin Sullivan, Michigan Tyson: 3:49.89 2/11/2005 Bernard Lagat, Nike Name Year School Prelims ================================================================ 1 Garrett Heath SR Stanford 4:05.22Q 2 Leonel Manzano SR Texas 4:05.42Q 3 Andy McClary JR Arkansas 4:05.34Q 4 Andrew Acosta SO Oregon 4:05.45Q 5 Michael Maag JR Princeton 4:05.38Q 6 Jake Watson SR Notre Dame 4:05.73Q 7 Micky Cobrin JR Arkansas 4:05.79q 8 Jake Morse JR Texas 4:06.08q 9 Jeff See JR Ohio State 4:06.10q 10 Peter van der Westhuizen SR Nebraska 4:06.17q 11 Michael McGrath SR Oregon 4:06.61q 12 Hayden McLaren SO Providence 4:08.27 13 Carl Mackenzie FR Villanova 4:23.80 14 John Richardson SR Kentucky 4:24.40 -- Sam Bair III SR Pittsburgh DNF Advaned to Final -- Kyle Miller JR Texas DNF

Men 800 Meter Run =================================================================== Two heats. Top 2 plus next 4 fastest advance to Final. Two waterfall start, 2 turn stagger. (5, 3) American: 1:45.00 3/8/1992 Johnny Gray Collegiate: 1:44.84 3/4/1989 Paul Ereng, Virginia NCAA Meet: 1:45.33 3/10/2001 Patrick Nduwimana, Arizona Tyson: 1:45.33 3/10/2001 Patrick Nduwimana, Arizona Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== 1 Elkana Kosgei SR LSU 1:49.03Q 2 2 Reuben Twijukye JR LSU 1:49.58Q 1 3 Tyler Mulder JR UNI 1:49.05Q 2 4 Tim Harris SR Miami 1:49.65Q 1 5 Ross Ridgewell JR Georgia 1:49.12q 2 6 Abraham Mach JR C. Michigan 1:49.26q 2 7 Shaun Smith SR Oral Roberts 1:49.38q 2 8 Keith Jensen JR BYU 1:49.89q 2 9 Dominic Tanui JR UTEP 1:49.91 2 10 Elias Koech SR UTEP 1:50.12 1 11 Carlos Phillips JR Florida 1:50.58 1 12 James Galvan JR Iowa St. 1:51.20 2 13 Brian Gagnon JR Connecticut 1:51.87 1 14 Jamal James SO LSU 1:52.37 1 15 Mike Rutt SO Connecticut 1:52.79 1 -- Jacob Hernandez JR Texas DQ 1 Rule 5-5.2b Men 5000 Meter Run ================================================================ Final Only. Two waterfall start, two turn stagger. (10, 5) American: 13:20.55 2/12/1982 Doug Padilla Collegiate: 13:20.4h 2/6/1981 Suleiman Nyamui, Texas - El Paso NCAA Meet: 13:28.93 3/14/2003 Alistair Cragg, Arkansas Tyson: 13:28.93 3/14/2003 Alistair Cragg, Arkansas Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Shadrack Songok JR A&M-CC 13:51.26 2 Jacob Korir SR E. Kentucky 13:52.91 3 Sean Quigley SR La Salle 13:54.05 4 Mark Korir JR Wyoming 13:57.87 5 Josh McDougal SR Liberty 13:58.62 6 Michael Kilburg SR Portland 14:02.24 7 Ian Burrell SR Georgia 14:06.17 8 Tyler Hill SR Arkansas 14:06.22 9 Tyson David SO Alabama 14:13.53 10 Matthew Tebo FR Colorado 14:14.88 11 Seth Pilkington SR Weber St. 14:15.53 12 Bradley Harkrader JR Colorado 14:15.95 13 Lex Williams JR Michigan 14:23.56 14 James Strang JR Arkansas 14:32.18 15 Chris Barnicle JR Arkansas 14:43.90

Men 60 Meter Hurdles =================================================================== Two heats. Winner plus next 6 fastest advance to Final. American: 7.36 3/6/2004 Greg Foster - Allen Johnson Collegiate: 7.47 2/7/1997 Reggie Torian, Wisconsin NCAA Meet: 7.51 3/10/2006 Aries Merritt, Tennessee Tyson: 7.42 2/15/2003 Terrence Trammell, USA Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Drew Brunson SR Fla St. 7.60Q 2 2 Jason Richardson JR S. Carolina 7.65Q 1 3 Ty Akins SR Auburn 7.66q 2 4 Ryan Fontenot SR LSU 7.69q 1 5 Shawon Harris SR Texas Tech 7.72q 1 6 Jangy Addy SR Tennessee 7.73q 1 7 Ronald Forbes SR FL Intn'l 7.74q 2 8 Sheldon Leith SR Oklahoma 7.76q 2 9 Mike Wray SR Pittsburgh 7.77 2 10 Dennis Martin JR Florida 7.78 2 11 Dominic Berger SR Maryland 7.83 2 12 Myles Bradley SO Stanford 7.87 2 13 Josh Hembrough FR Purdue 7.89 1 14 Ramon Sosa SR Syracuse 7.90 1 15 Mikel Thomas JR Kentucky 7.94 1 16 Saidu Ezike SR Cornell 7.96 1

Men 60 Meter Hurdles ================================================================ Two heats. Winner plus next 6 fastest advance to Final. American: 7.36 3/6/2004 Greg Foster - Allen Johnson Collegiate: 7.47 2/7/1997 Reggie Torian, Wisconsin NCAA Meet: 7.51 3/10/2006 Aries Merritt, Tennessee Tyson: 7.42 2/15/2003 Terrence Trammell, USA Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Drew Brunson SR Fla St. 7.53 (7.527) 2 Jason Richardson JR S. Carolina 7.53 (7.530) 3 Ronald Forbes SR FL Intn'l 7.58 4 Shawon Harris SR Texas Tech 7.68 5 Jangy Addy SR Tennessee 7.84 6 Sheldon Leith SR Oklahoma 7.97 -- Ryan Fontenot SR LSU FS -- Ty Akins SR Auburn FS

Men Distance Medley ================================================================ Final only. Two waterfall start, two turn stagger. (8, 3) Running order: 1200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m American: 9:25.97 2/16/2008 Texas Fortson-Hernandez-Manzano-Miller Collegiate: 9:25.97 2/16/2008 Texas Fortson-Hernandez-Manzano-Miller NCAA Meet: 9:27.77 3/12/2004 Michigan Tyson: 9:25.97 2/16/2008 Texas Fortson-Hernandez-Manzano-Miller School Finals ================================================================ 1 Texas 9:32.04 2 Arizona State 9:32.49 3 Wisconsin 9:33.83 4 Stanford 9:34.03 5 Georgetown 9:34.22 6 LSU 9:35.72 7 UCLA 9:35.74 8 Villanova 9:36.42 9 Oregon 9:36.80 10 Notre Dame 9:45.41 11 Arkansas 10:08.29

Heptathlon: #4 Men High Jump Heptathlon ================================================================================= Two grouped pits. No five-alive. Start height determined by Referee Name Year School Finals Points ================================================================================= 1 Nick Adcock SO Missouri 2.08m 6-09.75 878 1 Mateo Sossah SO North Carolina 2.08m 6-09.75 878 3 Justin Johnson SR Northridge 2.05m 6-08.75 850 4 Josh Hustedt SR Stanford 2.02m 6-07.50 822 4 Gonzalo Barroilhet FR Fla St. 2.02m 6-07.50 822 6 Mike Morrison SO Florida 1.99m 6-06.25 794 6 Duane Hynes SO Princeton 1.99m 6-06.25 794 8 Krzysztof Slupkowski SO Wichita St. 1.96m 6-05.00 767 8 Rok Derzanic FR Kansas State 1.96m 6-05.00 767 10 Moritz Cleve FR Kansas State 1.93m 6-04.00 740 10 Mat Clark JR UNI 1.93m 6-04.00 740 12 Chris Dickman SO Wichita St. 1.90m 6-02.75 714 13 Raven Cepeda SR UNI 1.87m 6-01.50 687 14 Jangy Addy SR Tennessee 1.84m 6-00.50 661 14 Ashton Eaton SO Oregon 1.84m 6-00.50 661 14 Frank Shotwell SO Michigan 1.84m 6-00.50 661

Men Pole Vault ========================================================================== Progression: 5.10- 5.20- 5.30- 5.40- 5.50 -5.60 -5.65 then 5cm No 5-Alive jumping format. American: 6.02m 3/10/2002 Jeff Hartwig Collegiate: 5.85m 3/6/1999 Jacob Davis, Texas NCAA Meet: 5.85m 3/6/1999 Jacob Davis, Texas Tyson: 5.85m 2/12/2000 Jeff Harwig, Nike Name Year School Finals ========================================================================== 1 Rory Quiller SR Binghamton 5.50m 18-00.50 2 Mitch Greeley SR Clemson 5.40m 17-08.50 3 Maston Wallace FR Texas 5.40m 17-08.50 4 Graeme Hoste SR Stanford 5.40m 17-08.50 5 Yavgeniy Olhovsky SO Virginia Tech 5.40m 17-08.50 6 MIchael Hogue SR Tennessee 5.30m 17-04.50 7 Dustin DeLeo JR UCLA 5.30m 17-04.50 7 Matt Weirich SR BYU 5.30m 17-04.50 9 Jordan Scott SO Kansas 5.30m 17-04.50 10 Bob Low JR BYU 5.20m 17-00.75 10 Scott Roth SO Washington 5.20m 17-00.75 10 Brian Porter SO Texas Tech 5.20m 17-00.75 10 Elliott Haynie JR Gardner-Webb 5.20m 17-00.75 10 Daniel Imlach SR Sac State 5.20m 17-00.75 15 Nick Frawley SO Air Force 5.20m 17-00.75 16 Whitney Neves JR BYU 5.20m 17-00.75

Men Long Jump ========================================================================== Two flights. Top 9 plus ties advance to a reverse-order Final. Warm-ups: 15 minute specific for each flight & final if needed American: 8.79m 1/27/1984 Carl Lewis Collegiate: 8.59m 3/2/2002 Miguel Pate, Alabama NCAA Meet: 8.48m 3/13/1981 Carl Lewis, Houston Tyson: 8.41m 2/13/2004 Savante Stringfellow, Nike Name Year School Finals ========================================================================== 1 Reindell Cole FR Northridge 8.12m 26-07.75 2 Norris Frederick SR Washington 7.99m 26-02.75 3 Ngonidzashe Makusha FR Fla St. 7.97m 26-01.75 4 Julian Reid FR Texas A&M 7.92m 26-00.00 5 Justin Gunn JR Mississippi 7.92m 26-00.00 6 Dexter Adams SR NC State 7.89m 25-10.75 7 Alain Bailey SO Arkansas 7.88m 25-10.25 8 Matt Turner SR Arizona St. 7.83m 25-08.25 9 Luis Rivera-Morales JR Arizona 7.80m 25-07.25 10 Rudon Bastian JR Louisville 7.61m 24-11.75 11 James Lemons SR Georgia Tech 7.59m 24-11.00 12 Derrick Locke FR Kentucky 7.59m 24-11.00 13 Raphael McFarlane SR Sac State 7.56m 24-09.75 14 Cadeau Kelley SR Akron 7.55m 24-09.25 15 Savvas Diakonikolas SR Boise State 7.54m 24-09.00 16 Will Coppage SO LSU 7.26m 23-10.00 -- Anthony Flemons SO Texas Tech FOUL

Heptathlon: #2 Men Long Jump Heptathlon ================================================================================= One continuous section. Name Year School Finals Points ================================================================================= 1 Josh Hustedt SR Stanford 7.49m 24-07.00 932 2 Gonzalo Barroilhet FR Fla St. 7.42m 24-04.25 915 3 Mike Morrison SO Florida 7.31m 23-11.75 888 4 Rok Derzanic FR Kansas State 7.28m 23-10.75 881 4 Ashton Eaton SO Oregon 7.28m 23-10.75 881 6 Mat Clark JR UNI 7.21m 23-08.00 864 6 Justin Johnson SR Northridge 7.21m 23-08.00 864 8 Duane Hynes SO Princeton 6.91m 22-08.00 792 9 Mateo Sossah SO North Carolina 6.89m 22-07.25 788 10 Jangy Addy SR Tennessee 6.87m 22-06.50 783 11 Chris Dickman SO Wichita St. 6.86m 22-06.25 781 12 Nick Adcock SO Missouri 6.80m 22-03.75 767 13 Moritz Cleve FR Kansas State 6.75m 22-01.75 755 14 Frank Shotwell SO Michigan 6.68m 21-11.00 739 15 Raven Cepeda SR UNI 6.57m 21-06.75 713 16 Krzysztof Slupkowski SO Wichita St. 6.27m 20-07.00 646

Men Shot Put ========================================================================== Two flights. Top 9 plus ties advance to a reverse-order Final. Warm-ups: 15 minute specific for each flight & final if needed American: 22.66m 1/20/1989 Randy Barnes Collegiate: 21.50m 2/4/1977 Terry Albritton, Stanford NCAA Meet: 21.49m 3/15/2003 Carl Myerscough, Nebraska Tyson: 22.40m 2/15/2008 Adam Nelson, Nike Name Year School Finals ========================================================================== 1 Ryan Whiting SO Arizona St. 21.73m 71-03.50 2 Russ Winger SR Idaho 21.29m 69-10.25 3 Milan Jotanovic SR Manhattan 19.64m 64-05.25 4 John Caulfield SR UCLA 18.95m 62-02.25 5 Zack Lloyd JR Arizona 18.63m 61-01.50 6 Darius Savage SO UCLA 18.60m 61-00.25 7 John Hickey JR Iowa 18.50m 60-08.50 8 Auston Papay JR Akron 18.49m 60-08.00 9 Kyle Helf SR Georgia 18.02m 59-01.50 10 Beau Burroughs JR Florida 17.95m 58-10.75 11 Eric Werskey SO Auburn 17.79m 58-04.50 12 Nate Englin SR Missouri 17.58m 57-08.25 13 Steve Marcelle SO Georgia Tech 17.56m 57-07.50 14 Clendon Henderson SR Liberty 17.26m 56-07.50 -- Jarred Sola JR Arizona FOUL -- Rashaud Scott JR Kentucky FOUL

Heptathlon: #3 Men Shot Put Heptathlon ================================================================================= One continuous section. Name Year School Finals Points ================================================================================= 1 Jangy Addy SR Tennessee 15.80m 51-10.00 839 2 Raven Cepeda SR UNI 14.91m 48-11.00 784 3 Nick Adcock SO Missouri 13.82m 45-04.25 717 4 Gonzalo Barroilhet FR Fla St. 13.74m 45-01.00 712 5 Mateo Sossah SO North Carolina 13.50m 44-03.50 698 6 Krzysztof Slupkowski SO Wichita St. 13.42m 44-00.50 693 7 Moritz Cleve FR Kansas State 13.18m 43-03.00 678 8 Mat Clark JR UNI 12.97m 42-06.75 665 9 Duane Hynes SO Princeton 12.33m 40-05.50 626 10 Justin Johnson SR Northridge 12.17m 39-11.25 617 10 Rok Derzanic FR Kansas State 12.17m 39-11.25 617 12 Mike Morrison SO Florida 12.10m 39-08.50 612 13 Frank Shotwell SO Michigan 11.59m 38-00.25 582 14 Josh Hustedt SR Stanford 11.32m 37-01.75 565 15 Chris Dickman SO Wichita St. 10.88m 35-08.50 539 16 Ashton Eaton SO Oregon 10.87m 35-08.00 538

Men Heptathlon ================================================================ Grouped sections in running event. Alternate lanes in hurdles Grouped flights in High Jump only One section, alley start if needed in 1000 meters. One turn. American: 6476 3/13/1993 Dan O'Brien Collegiate: 6208 1/27/2006 Donovan Kilmartin, Texas NCAA Meet: 6136 3/13/2004 Donovan Kilmartin, Texas Tyson: 6136 3/13/2004 Donovan Kilmartin, Texas Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Gonzalo Barroilhet FR Fla St. 3265 2 Jangy Addy SR Tennessee 3223 3 Nick Adcock SO Missouri 3195 4 Justin Johnson SR Northridge 3157 5 Mike Morrison SO Florida 3131 6 Rok Derzanic FR Kansas State 3126 7 Josh Hustedt SR Stanford 3125 8 Mat Clark JR UNI 3102 9 Mateo Sossah SO North Carolina 3083 10 Raven Cepeda SR UNI 3035 11 Moritz Cleve FR Kansas State 2989 12 Ashton Eaton SO Oregon 2987 13 Duane Hynes SO Princeton 2977 14 Krzysztof Slupkowski SO Wichita St. 2971 15 Chris Dickman SO Wichita St. 2892 16 Frank Shotwell SO Michigan 2781

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