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For those interested live results can be found here:

http://durhamstriders.com/09ncaaregional/

 

And the meet schedule here:

http://www.ncataggies.com/2009%20East%20Re...al_Schedule.pdf

 

Pole Vault looks to be the first event with a UA athlete in, which starts at 3pm today (Friday).

 

First track event with a UA athelete is the men's 1500 which goes off at 4:55pm Friday.

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Not sure what happened to Moore in the 1500.....he ran a 4:07 ---- 22 seconds slower than his best. Hopefully he didn't get hurt because his best times could get him into NCAA's anyway I think.

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Kamilah McShine finished 8th in the 400 hurdles, almost 4 seconds off her preliminary time, but even repeating that prelim would still have put her only up to 7th.

 

Jenn Gurrant placed 16th in the triple jump.

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Albany men's team is in 10th place of 45 teams scoring, the top non-BCS-conference team.

 

Joe Greene gets third place in the 400 IM hurdles.

 

Men's 4X400 finishes fourth, ahead of Georgia

 

Estremera finishes fifth in the steeplechase.

 

Michael McCadney seventh in the triple jump.

 

Schoen ninth in the pole vault, Lauren Cummings 20th in women's steeplechase.

 

Tremendous showing, let's see how many go on to the NCAA finals.

UAlbany release

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Oops, missed Cornell as a non-BCS finisher.

 

Final men's standings:

 

1) Florida 84

2) South Carolina 62

3) Georgia 59

4) Florida State 51

5) Georgia Tech 41

6) Virginia 29

7) Virginia Tech 26.50

8) Cornell 26

9) Clemson 23

10) Albany 21

 

and others of note

 

11) Villanova 20

13) Penn State 17.50

14) Manhattan 16

15) Syracuse 14

15) Wake Forest 14

15) Princeton 14

19) Harvard 13

22) North Carolina 11

24) Providence 10

24) Georgetown 10

28) Duke 8

32) Connecticut 5.50

47) Rutgers 1

47) Binghamton University 1

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Albany should have 6 student-athletes going to NCAAs.

 

Joe Green and Ricardo Estremera auto-qualified. Alie Beauvais is GUARANTEED to go as his time is 6th in the nation and he was beaten by 3 of the better 5 at Regionals, meaning at most he would be the 3rd at-large bid of 4 to get in. (but he's actually #1). Luke Schoen should also just squeak in. And surprisingly enough, their 4x4 may actually make the field depending on how many they elect to participate. Their time places them 17th in the NCAAs, the field size last year was 18, and two teams ranked ahead of them in the NCAAs did not finish in the top 10 at Regionals leaving them out of the running.

 

It is not out of the question for Albany to finish in the top 10-15 at NCAAs.

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Albany should have 6 student-athletes going to NCAAs.

 

Joe Green and Ricardo Estremera auto-qualified. Alie Beauvais is GUARANTEED to go as his time is 6th in the nation and he was beaten by 3 of the better 5 at Regionals, meaning at most he would be the 3rd at-large bid of 4 to get in. (but he's actually #1). Luke Schoen should also just squeak in. And surprisingly enough, their 4x4 may actually make the field depending on how many they elect to participate. Their time places them 17th in the NCAAs, the field size last year was 18, and two teams ranked ahead of them in the NCAAs did not finish in the top 10 at Regionals leaving them out of the running.

 

It is not out of the question for Albany to finish in the top 10-15 at NCAAs.

 

 

Any word on what happened to Moore in the 1500?

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Albany should have 6 student-athletes going to NCAAs.

 

Joe Green and Ricardo Estremera auto-qualified. Alie Beauvais is GUARANTEED to go as his time is 6th in the nation and he was beaten by 3 of the better 5 at Regionals, meaning at most he would be the 3rd at-large bid of 4 to get in. (but he's actually #1). Luke Schoen should also just squeak in. And surprisingly enough, their 4x4 may actually make the field depending on how many they elect to participate. Their time places them 17th in the NCAAs, the field size last year was 18, and two teams ranked ahead of them in the NCAAs did not finish in the top 10 at Regionals leaving them out of the running.

 

It is not out of the question for Albany to finish in the top 10-15 at NCAAs.

 

 

Any word on what happened to Moore in the 1500?

 

 

just didn't have it. mentally lost it mid race i'm told.

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Albany should have 6 student-athletes going to NCAAs.

 

Joe Green and Ricardo Estremera auto-qualified. Alie Beauvais is GUARANTEED to go as his time is 6th in the nation and he was beaten by 3 of the better 5 at Regionals, meaning at most he would be the 3rd at-large bid of 4 to get in. (but he's actually #1). Luke Schoen should also just squeak in. And surprisingly enough, their 4x4 may actually make the field depending on how many they elect to participate. Their time places them 17th in the NCAAs, the field size last year was 18, and two teams ranked ahead of them in the NCAAs did not finish in the top 10 at Regionals leaving them out of the running.

 

It is not out of the question for Albany to finish in the top 10-15 at NCAAs.

 

 

Any word on what happened to Moore in the 1500?

 

 

just didn't have it. mentally lost it mid race i'm told.

 

Thanks for the update. Too bad.

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Alie Beauvais and Luke Schoen (pole vault) get at-large bids, no mention of the 4X400 team.

UA release

 

With Beauvais and Joe Greene both in the 400 IM hurdles, UAlbany will have two student-athletes compete in the same event for the first time at the Division I level.

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