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    2019 ¶wUSATF HT: DeAnna Price 256-8 (78.24) AR, WL
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    1. DeAnna Price (New York AC/Nike) 1
    2. Gwen Berry (New York AC/Nike) 2
    3. Brooke Andersen (Iron Wood) 3
    4. Janeah Stewart (unattached) 4
    5. Maggie Ewen (Nike) 5
    6. Janee’ Kassanavoid (unattached) nr
    7. Erin Reese (Indiana State) nr
    8. Alyssa Wilson (UCLA) 10
    9. Alina Duran (unattached) (10)
    10. Michaela Dendinger (Iron Wood) nr
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    WL for Price!
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    Gwen Berry X,X...up for 3rd throw...68+ in to 6th place
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedoorknobbroke View Post
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    254-3 (77.51)
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    So, we actually have three legit prospective WC finalists!!
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    PB for Maggie Ewen in only her third competition of the year. I was sitting with her dad who I coached many years ago and we both thought her PB punched her ticket for Doha. We didn't expect the other women to come through with the big throws that they did.
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    Ewen could still qualify if Gwen Berry can move into the lead in the IAAF HT Challenge after the Szombathely meet. If Wang doesn't improve, a throw just short of 75 meters would do the trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    Ewen could still qualify if Gwen Berry can move into the lead in the IAAF HT Challenge after the Szombathely meet. If Wang doesn't improve, a throw just short of 75 meters would do the trick.
    Berry needs 76.17, no? She's 2.08 behind Wang, and her third-best result is 74.09. (A tie would give Berry the lead based on the best single mark.)
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    You're right, of course. I looked at Berry's weakest mark, which doesn't count towards her total.
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    I wish Alyssa Wilson would have focused on one or two events for this meet. It’s understandable that UCLA would want her in as many events as possible but with her speed and potential - she could possible have surprised us if she would have focused her training after Austin.
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