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    ¶2019 mNCAA HT: Daniel Haugh (Kennesaw) 244-10 (74.63)
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    1. Denzel Comenentia’ Georgia Sr
    2. Daniel Haugh Kennesaw State Sr
    3. Hilmar Örn Jónsson’ Virginia Sr
    4. Gleb Dudarev’ Kansas Jr
    5. Thomas Mardal’ Florida So
    6. Morgan Shigo Penn State Sr
    7. A.J. McFarland Florida Sr
    8. Brock Eager Washington State Sr
    9. Anders Eriksson’ Florida Sr
    10. Joe Ellis Michigan Sr
    Last edited by dj; 06-06-2019 at 02:14 PM.
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    Flight Order Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    1 1 Kevin ARREAGA JR Miami 71.07m (233-2 ) 71.07m (233-2 )
    1 2 Logan BLOMQUIST JR SE Missouri 65.06m (213-5 ) 65.06m (213-5 )
    1 3 Max LYDUM JR Oregon 64.16m (210-6 ) 64.16m (210-6 )
    1 4 Justin STAFFORD SR UCLA 68.57m (224-11 ) 68.57m (224-11 )
    1 5 Alex TALLEY SO North Dakota State 66.46m (218-0 ) 66.46m (218-0 )
    1 6 Kieran MCKEAG SO Minnesota 68.01m (223-1 ) 68.01m (223-1 )
    1 7 Alexios PRODANAS JR UMBC 68.01m (223-1 ) 68.01m (223-1 )
    1 8 Joe ELLIS SR Michigan 70.88m (232-6 ) 73.80m (242-1 )
    1 9 Bobby COLANTONIO FR Alabama 69.09m (226-8 ) 69.09m (226-8 )
    1 10 Anders ERIKSSON SR Florida 69.12m (226-9 ) 74.19m (243-5 )
    1 11 Georgios KORAKIDIS SO Tennessee 67.97m (223-0 ) 67.97m (223-0 )
    1 12 Vlad PAVLENKO SR Iowa State 66.41m (217-10 ) 66.41m (217-10 )

    Flight Order Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    2 1 Brock EAGER SR Washington St. 71.90m (235-11 ) 71.90m (235-11 )
    2 2 Silviu BOCANCEA SR California 68.82m (225-9 ) 68.82m (225-9 )
    2 3 Thomas MARDAL SO Florida 73.00m (239-6 ) 73.00m (239-6 )
    2 4 Erick LOOMIS SR Cal St. Northridge 68.87m (225-11 ) 68.87m (225-11 )
    2 5 Morgan SHIGO SR Penn State 72.05m (236-4 ) 72.47m (237-9 )
    2 6 Denzel COMENENTIA SR Georgia 76.80m (252-0 ) 76.80m (252-0 )
    2 7 Gleb DUDAREV JR Kansas 74.39m (244-0 ) 78.04m (256-0 )
    2 8 Hilmar ORN JONSSON SR Virginia 75.26m (246-11 ) 75.26m (246-11 )
    2 9 AJ MCFARLAND SR Florida 70.99m (232-11 ) 71.29m (233-10 )
    2 10 Nathan BULTMAN SR USC 66.53m (218-3 ) 67.12m (220-2 )
    2 11 Daniel HAUGH SR Kennesaw State 75.03m (246-2 ) 75.55m (247-10 )
    2 12 Erich SULLINS SR Arkansas 67.85m (222-7 ) 67.85m (222-7 )
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    two fouls for Comenentia to make the second flight exciting.

    3rd throw was the charm as he takes the lead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by booond View Post
    two fouls for Comenentia to make the second flight exciting.

    3rd throw was the charm as he takes the lead.
    Quickly overtaken in round 3 by Dudarev and then Jonsson.
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    As fast as I could type he went from 1st to 3rd.
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    1 Daniel HAUGH SR Kennesaw State 74.63m (244-10)
    2 Gleb DUDAREV JR Kansas 73.88m (242-5)
    3 Hilmar ORN JONSSON SR Virginia 73.31m (240-6)
    4 Thomas MARDAL SO Florida 73.10m (239-10) PB
    5 Denzel COMENENTIA SR Georgia 72.93m (239-3)
    6 AJ MCFARLAND SR Florida 71.68m (235-2) PB
    7 Morgan SHIGO SR Penn State 70.75m (232-1)
    8 Joe ELLIS SR Michigan 69.26m (227-3)
    9 Silviu BOCANCEA SR California 68.50m (224-9)
    10 Kevin ARREAGA JR Miami 68.32m (224-2)
    11 Anders ERIKSSON SR Florida 68.14m (223-7)
    12 Brock EAGER SR Washington St. 67.69m (222-1)
    13 Georgios KORAKIDIS SO Tennessee 67.65m (221-11)
    14 Kieran MCKEAG SO Minnesota 67.60m (221-9)
    15 Justin STAFFORD SR UCLA 67.05m (219-11)
    16 Bobby COLANTONIO FR Alabama 66.47m (218-1)
    17 Vlad PAVLENKO SR Iowa State 66.39m (217-9)
    18 Nathan BULTMAN SR USC 65.80m (215-10)
    19 Alexios PRODANAS JR UMBC 65.66m (215-5)
    20 Erick LOOMIS SR Cal St. Northridge 65.57m (215-1)
    21 Erich SULLINS SR Arkansas 65.47m (214-9)
    22 Alex TALLEY SO North Dakota State 65.47m (214-9)
    23 Max LYDUM JR Oregon 61.26m (201-0)
    24 Logan BLOMQUIST JR SE Missouri 60.45m (198-4)
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    places for formcharters:

    (5)1. Denzel Comenentia’ Georgia Sr
    (1)2. Daniel Haugh Kennesaw State Sr
    (3)3. Hilmar Örn Jónsson’ Virginia Sr
    (2)4. Gleb Dudarev’ Kansas Jr
    (4)5. Thomas Mardal’ Florida So
    (7)6. Morgan Shigo Penn State Sr
    (6)7. A.J. McFarland Florida Sr
    (12)8. Brock Eager Washington State Sr
    (11)9. Anders Eriksson’ Florida Sr
    (8)10. Joe Ellis Michigan Sr
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    Haugh to No. 10 on all-time meet list, dropping Robert Weir
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    It has been suggested that if you look at the ESPN replay you'll see a clear foot-foul by Haugh in the back of the ring.
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    It has been suggested that if you look at the ESPN replay you'll see a clear foot-foul by Haugh in the back of the ring.
    Interestingly, USATF rules have this proviso:

    NOTE: It will not be considered a failure if the touch is made without providing any propulsion and occurs during any first rotation at a point completely behind the white line which is drawn outside the circle running, theoretically, through the center of the circle.
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