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2011 NCAA Division 1 Track & Field Championships: Women’s Distance Races Recap

NCAA D1 Women’s 5000m Results

The race went out slow (3:27 for the first 1000m and 5:24 for the first mile) and from the looks of it, almost everyone was in the race until the last 1200/1000m. Jackie Areson then dropped a 69 second split and just got faster from there. Areson won by a good 4 seconds, with Mia Behm of Texas following in second, Betsy Saina of Iowa Sate in third. Tennesse’s Liz Costello ended up 5th.

Jackie Areson’s Splits

1000m

2000m

3000m

4000m

5000m

3:27.95

6:40.53

9:54.28

13:07.82

16:04.16





( Results can be found at Flash Results dot com: http://www.flashresults.com/2011_Meets/indoor/03-11-NCAADiv1/Results23-1.htm )

5000m Final Results

Place

Athlete Name

School

Time

1

Jackie Areson

Tennessee

16:04.16

2

Mia Behm

Texas

16:08.56

3

Betsy Saina

Iowa State

16:09.12

4

Anna Nosenko

Wake Forest

16:10.56

5

Liz Costello

Tennessee

16:11.06

6

Katie Matthews

Boston U.

16:13.21

7

Risper Kimaiyo

UTEP

16:13.55

8

Aliphine Tuliamuk

Wichita State

16:14.38

9

Pasca Cheruiyot

Florida State

16:18.11

10

Ruth Senior

New Mexico

16:18.38

11

Corey Conner

Maine

16:21.61

12

Holly Knight

Auburn

16:22.14

13

Tonya Nero

Wichita State

16:26.42

14

Natalie Gray

New Mexico

16:44.36



























NCAA D1 Women’s Mile Recap

I can’t find a video of the race, but if I remember correctly it was Zoe Buckman of Oregon that led most of the way, from start through 1209m. One of my favorites, Cory McGee, stayed up in the race, but faded to tenth during the last 200/300m. Still, she is only a freshman.

Jordan Hasay unleashed a 63 second last quarter, 30.9 second last 200m to win in 4:33.01, Van Buskirk of Duke finished 2nd, and Zoe Buckman or Oregon finished 3rd.


Full results can be viewed at flash results dot com: (http://www.flashresults.com/2011_Meets/indoor/03-11-NCAADiv1/Results21-2.htm )


Mile Results

Place

Name

School

Time

1

Jordan Hasay

Oregon

4:33.01

2

Kate Van Buskirk

Duke

4:33.71

3

Zoe Buckman

Oregon

4:33.76

4

Anne Kesselring

Oregon

4:34.96

5

Amanda Winslow

Florida State

4:35.16

6

Keri Bland

West Virginia

4:35.24

7

Caroline King

Boston College

4:36.00

8

Emma Coburn

Colorado

4:36.08

9

Ashley Verplank

North Carolina

4:36.17

10

Cory McGee

Florida

4:41.52


409m

809m

1209m

Mile

Jordan Hasay’s Splits

1:11.7

2:21.2

3:29.8

4:33.0


NCAA D1 Women’s 3000m Recap

Similar to the women’s 5k, the race went out slow (80 seconds for the first 400m, which is 10:00 flat pace). Megan Goethals took the race at one point, and Pasca Cheruiyot (whom I know personally and ADORE) took the lead from 800-2000m, before fading and finishing 15th. The most amazing performance of the day, obviously was Jordan Hasay’s 61 second 400m to finish just a hair ahead of Sheila Reid (who out kicked Jordan a day earlier in the DMR) Hasay had just won the mile a few hours earlier.

Hasay won in 9:13.71, Reid second, Lucy Van Dalen of Stony Brook finishing 3rd.

(full results can be viewed at flash results dot com: http://www.flashresults.com/2011_Meets/indoor/03-11-NCAADiv1/Results22-1.htm)

Place

Athlete

School

Time

1

Jordan Hasay

Oregon

9:13.71

2

Sheila Reid

Villanova

9:13.86

3

Lucy Van Dalen

Stony Brook

9:14.12

4

Jackie Areson

Tennessee

9:17.88

5

Ashley Higginson

Princeton

9:19.04

6

Anna Nosenko

Wake Forest

9:19.84

7

Stephanie Marcy

Stanford

9:21.20

8

Tara Erdmann

Loyola Marymount

9:22.14

9

Shelby Greany

Providence

9:22.51

10

Katie Flood

Washington

9:22.59

11

Bogdana Mimic

Villanova

9:22.73

12

Liz Costello

Tennessee

9:23.36

13

Megan Goethals

Washington

9:23.48

14

Hannah Davidson

Providence

9:27.53

15

Pasca Cheruiyot

Florida State

9:33.23

16

Jessica O'Connell

West Virginia

9:53.76

Leaders Splits


1000m

2000m

3000m

Jordan Hasay

3:13.3

6:21.6

9:13.7

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