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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by 26mi235 View Post
    Do you have a l-a best for LSU, which might be useful to have on the same line at the 42.50.
    42.55 (Sacramento, 2003)
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    #32
    In the fastest women's race in history, Oregon edged out LSU 42.12 to 42.14 at the Mount Sac Relays today. Additionally, LSU ran 42.66 last week at the Battle on the Bayou. The OP has been updated accordingly. Here's the updated all-time top-10 performance list:

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    Oregon	42.12	04/15/17
    LSU	42.14	04/15/17
    Oregon	42.34	04/01/17
    Tex A&M	42.36	06/12/09
    Tex A&M	42.49	05/29/10
    LSU	42.50	06/02/89
    LSU	42.55	06/13/03
    Tex A&M	42.56	04/03/10
    Tex A&M	42.56	03/30/13
    LSU 	42.59	04/25/08
    Tex A&M	42.59	06/13/08
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    #33
    LSU (42.12 = CR) and Oregon (42.35) both added new entries to the all-time top 10 list over the weekend. At the rate they're going there's a good chance that the list will be completely erased in one season. The OP has ben updated. Here's the new list:

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    Oregon	42.12	4/15/2017
    LSU	42.12	4/29/2017
    LSU	42.14	4/15/2017
    Oregon	42.34	4/1/2017
    Oregon	42.35	4/28/2017
    Tx A&M	42.36	6/12/2009
    Tx A&M	42.49	5/29/2010
    LSU	42.50	6/2/1989
    LSU	42.55	6/13/2003
    Tx A&M	42.56	4/3/2010
    Tx A&M	42.56	3/30/2013
    Last edited by jazzcyclist; 04-30-2017 at 08:38 PM.
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    #34
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    Do the hand timed 4x110 SanJoseState (Carlos) 38.6 and USC (Miller) of the '60s and the Philly Pioneer (Crockett/Crawford) 38.7 ['73] fit in ?
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    "squack and wineturtle get it"
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    #35
    Since the start of conference championships, there have been five new entries on the women's side, including one from Alabama, who joined the club with a time of 42.91 at the East Regionals. The other performances came from LSU (42.56, 42.32), Oregon (42.81) and Kentucky (42.79). The OP has been updated accordingly. Here's the updated top-10 list which is gradually being rewritten this season:

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    Oregon	42.12	4/15/2017
    LSU	42.12	4/29/2017
    LSU	42.14	4/15/2017
    LSU	42.32	05/27/17
    Oregon	42.34	4/1/2017
    Oregon	42.35	4/28/2017
    Tx A&M	42.36	6/12/2009
    Tx A&M	42.49	5/29/2010
    LSU	42.50	6/2/1989
    LSU	42.55	6/13/2003
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    #36
    We had eight additions to the list at the NCAA championships, including two each by the Auburn men and the Florida women. Also notable are the North Carolina A&T men, who joined the club with a time of 38.48 in the heats, and the Kentucky women who ran the tenth fastest time (42.51) in collegiate history in the final. The OP has been updated to reflect these performances.
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