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    ¶2014 NCAA: w200—Kamaria Brown (Texas A&M) 22.63w
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    T&FN formchart:

    1. Olivia Ekponé Texas A&M Jr
    2. Jenna Prandini Oregon So
    3. Morolake Akinosun Texas So
    4. Dezerea Bryant Kentucky Jr
    5. Kamaria Brown Texas A&M Jr
    6. Tynia Gaither’ USC Jr
    7. Mahagony Jones Penn State Sr
    8. Cierra White Texas Tech So
    9. Brittany Brown Iowa Fr
    10. Ashley Fields Baylor So
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    Re: 2014 NCAA: w200—a huge team event
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    Dezerea Bryant is out here as well. So no 100, 200, or 4x100 points for Kentucky. Also potential loss of 4x4 points since Bryant was a big part of that.

    Pretty significant loss for the team.
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    Re: 2014 NCAA: w200—a huge team event
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    Prandini top time into finals.
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    Re: 2014 NCAA: w200—a huge team event
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    Place Name Affiliation Time Heat (Pl)
    1 Jenna Prandini SO Oregon 22.95 Q +0.6 2 (1)
    2 Kamaria Brown JR Texas A&M 22.99 Q -0.9 1 (1)
    3 Morolake Akinosun SO Texas 23.00 Q -0.2 3 (1)
    4 Cierra White JR Texas Tech 23.01 (23.001) Q +0.6 2 (2)
    5 Mahagony Jones SR Penn State 23.01 (23.006) Q -0.2 3 (2)
    6 Olivia Ekpone JR Texas A&M 23.15 Q -0.9 1 (2)
    7 Tynia Gaither JR USC 23.17 q -0.2 3 (3)
    8 Ashley Fields SO Baylor 23.27 q -0.2 3 (4)
    9 Ashton Purvis JR Texas A&M 23.28 +0.6 2 (3)
    10 Felicia Brown SO Tennessee 23.30 -0.9 1 (3)
    11 Brittany Brown FR Iowa 23.35 -0.9 1 (4)
    12 Aaliyah Brown FR Texas A&M 23.46 +0.6 2 (4)
    13 Tania Minkins SR East Carolina 23.61 +0.6 2 (5)
    14 Shapri Romero SR Arizona 23.63 -0.9 1 (5)
    15 Katie Wise SO Indiana State 23.64 -0.2 3 (5)
    16 Ashlee Abraham SR Ohio State 23.66 +0.6 2 (6)
    17 Ahty Johnson JR South Carolina 23.69 -0.2 3 (6)
    18 Tyshonda Hawkins JR East Carolina 23.70 -0.9 1 (6)
    19 Antoinette Goodman SR North Dakota St. 23.79 -0.2 3 (7)
    20 Le'Quisha Parker JR Hampton 23.85 +0.6 2 (7)
    21 Gayon Evans SR Maryland-Eastern Shore 23.93 -0.9 1 (7)
    22 Tristie Johnson SO Bethune-Cookman 24.12 -0.9 1 (8)
    23 Toshika Sylvester SR LSU 24.25 -0.2 3 (8)
    Dezerea Bryant Kentucky DNS 2
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    Re: 2014 NCAA: w200—Prandini leads Q at 22.95
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    formchart damage

    1. Olivia Ekponé Texas A&M Jr
    2. Jenna Prandini Oregon So
    3. Morolake Akinosun Texas So
    5. Kamaria Brown Texas A&M Jr
    6. Tynia Gaither’ USC Jr
    7. Mahagony Jones Penn State Sr
    8. Cierra White Texas Tech So
    10. Ashley Fields Baylor So
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    Re: ¶2014 NCAA: w200—Kamaria Brown (Texas A&M) 22.63w
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    Did you notice that Prandini was leading until her green Nike knee socks started falling down. By the finish they were both around her ankles, and she was beaten. Cause & effect ?
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    Re: ¶2014 NCAA: w200—Kamaria Brown (Texas A&M) 22.63w
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    very slow time considering it was wind aided. Kamaria ran faster indoors about 3 months ago. Glad she pulled the win though but this performance makes me miss the days of Kimberly Duncan.
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    Re: ¶2014 NCAA: w200—Kamaria Brown (Texas A&M) 22.63w
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Kritzler
    Did you notice that Prandini was leading until her green Nike knee socks started falling down. By the finish they were both around her ankles, and she was beaten. Cause & effect ?
    Yes, Prandini lost because her socks were falling down. There were no other causative agents at work in the scenario.
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    Re: ¶2014 NCAA: w200—Kamaria Brown (Texas A&M) 22.63w
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    Quote Originally Posted by fasttrak85
    very slow time considering it was wind aided. Kamaria ran faster indoors about 3 months ago. Glad she pulled the win though but this performance makes me miss the days of Kimberly Duncan.
    Kimberlyn.
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    Re: ¶2014 NCAA: w200—Kamaria Brown (Texas A&M) 22.63w
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    Quote Originally Posted by fasttrak85
    very slow time considering it was wind aided. Kamaria ran faster indoors about 3 months ago. Glad she pulled the win though but this performance makes me miss the days of Kimberly Duncan.
    Kamaria ran 22.5 indoors at SECs and then pulled up at NCAA's. She pretty much spent this entire outdoor season recovering and coming back from the injury. He winning the national title could actually be considered a surprise relative to what happened and how the other ladies had been running.
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