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    #21
    The Florida women ran 42.85 last weekend at the Florida Relays. The OP has been updated accordingly.
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    #22
    The Oregon women joined the club over the weekend with a 42.88 performance at the Pepsi Team Invitational.
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    #23
    The Oregon women are on a roll. They ran 42.68 at Mt. Sac today.
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    #24
    Over the weekend, the LSU men (38.33), the LSU women (42.77), the Texas A&M women (42.94) and the Oregon women (42.71), all added to the list at the conference championships.
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    #25
    The LSU men looked spectacular. Mitchell-Blake is a monster.
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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    Mitchell-Blake is a monster.
    Yes he is, and I hear he's blowing up on BBC.
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    #27
    This year's NCAA meet turned out to be the fastest in history, with 8 new entries to the list (3 men, 5 women). Also note that the Houston men joined the club this weekend, as hard as that is to believe, given that program's history.

    Men Final:
    LSU - 38.42
    Arkansas - 38.44
    Houston - 38.49

    Women's Semifinal:
    Texas A&M - 42.92

    Women's Final:
    LSU - 42.65
    USC - 42.90
    Oregon - 42.91
    Texas &M - 42.95

    The OP has been updated accordingly.
    Last edited by jazzcyclist; 06-12-2016 at 05:02 PM.
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    #28
    The OP has been updated to include yesterday's performances by Oregon (42.34) and Florida (42.97) at the Florida Relays and Texas A&M (42.82) and LSU (42.86) at the Texas Relays, which coincidentally happened within a few minutes of each other.
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    #29
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    the top 10 schools ever:

    42.34 Oregon 4/01/17
    42.36 Texas A&M 6/12/09
    42.50(A) LSU 6/02/89
    42.72 Florida 5/16/15
    42.76 Texas 6/05/98
    42.83 South Carolina # 6/13/03
    42.85 Kentucky 5/16/15
    42.90 USC # 6/11/16
    42.94 Florida State 6/04/83
    43.15 UCF # 6/05/13

    (# = had non-American on the team)
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    Do you have a l-a best for LSU, which might be useful to have on the same line at the 42.50. Using JRM's model, an average speed of 10.50 would yield and adjustment for 1500m of 0.050, so 42.50=>42.70 (still 3rd), but possibly not the school's l-a best.
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