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Molly Huddle 15:10.63 WL! Womens 5000 Invitational - Event 223 - Mt. Sac Relays 2011

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Matt   on Apr 16 2011, 02:12 AM
 
Mt. Sac Relays - Apr 9, 2011 to Apr 16, 2011
Walnut, CA, US
 
Womens 5000m Invit Elite
  Name Yr School Finals H# Pts
1 Huddle, Molly   Saucony 15:10.63 1  
2 Simpson, Jennifer   New Balance 15:11.49 1  
3 Maloy, Elizabeth   New Balance 15:19.87 1  
4 Wurth-Thomas, Christin   NIKE 15:21.75 1  
5 Bizzarri, Angela   Brooks 15:27.19 1  
6 Hall, Sara   Asics 15:27.71 1  
7 Romero, Marisol Guadal   Mexico 15:27.94 1  
8 McKaig, Alissa   Zap Fitness 15:28.30 1  
9 Hogan, Megan   Unattached 15:29.12 1  
10 Spence, Neely   Shippensburg 15:33.83 1  
11 Hasay, Jordan   Oregon 15:37.29 1  
12 Follett, Katie   Brooks 15:37.84 1  
13 Conley, Kim   Unattached 15:40.29 1  
14 Whiting, Paula   Tulsa 15:46.91 1  
15 Mimic, Bogdana   Villanova 15:48.49 1  
16 Ramos, Beverly   Unattached 15:49.31 1  
17 Gray, Natalie   New Mexico 15:52.73 1  
18 Erdmann, Tara   Loyola Marymount 15:54.31 1  
19 Williams, Alisha   Boulder Running 15:54.49 1  
20 Tuliamuk, Aliphine   Wichita State 15:56.45 1  
21 Mortimer, Amy   Reebok 15:56.49 1  
22 Slattery, Sara   Unattached 15:58.79 1  
23 Newberry, Katherine   NYAC 16:01.38 1  
24 Armstrong, Meghan   Nike-Gordon 16:20.02 1  
-- Grace, Allison   Zap Fitness DNF 1  
-- Baillie, Renee Metivie   NIKE DNF 1  
-- Wright, Megan   New Balance DNF 1  
-- Saina, Betsy   Iowa State DNF 1  
-- Allen, Lindsay   McMillan Elite DNF 1  
-- Elmore, Malindi   Athletics Canada DNF 1  

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mikemather
What a classy race this was. I caught myself right at the beginning looking for Jen Barringer, then I remembered Simpson. She's chewing gum, relaxed, got that perfect stride you can single out in the pack from across the field. Angie B. kept her form right up to about 13 minutes and then loosened up. Only gave up 2 positions for a 5th. But all the time I'm watching Hasay. Eyes down for most of the laps. Just shuts her mind off instead of mentally laboring through a lot of laps. Good solid finish in the second pack. This was a 38.33 second PR for her. 16:16 at the Pepsi meet up in Oregon last year. 15:37.29 today. She may not have run a 5K since last year. This performance is based on the culmination of her 1500/3K wins at the NCAA indoor last month, then sliding up into the 5K with teammate Alex Kosinski out with a back injury. This was truly an amazing field.
mikemather
Written by mikemather Today, 08:50 PM
What a classy race this was. I caught myself right at the beginning looking for Jen Barringer, then I remembered Simpson. She's chewing gum, relaxed, got that perfect stride you can single out in the pack from across the field. Angie B. kept her form right up to about 13 minutes and then loosened up. Only gave up 2 positions for a 5th. But all the time I'm watching Hasay. Eyes down for most of the laps. Just shuts her mind off instead of mentally laboring through a lot of laps. Good solid finish in the second pack. This was a 38.33 second PR for her. 16:16 at the Pepsi meet up in Oregon last year. 15:37.29 today. She may not have run a 5K since last year. This performance is based on the culmination of her Mile/3K wins at the NCAA indoor last month, then sliding up into the 5K with teammate Alex Kosinski out with a back injury. This was truly an amazing field.

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mikemather
mikemather 08:50 PM
What a classy race this was. I caught myself right at the beginning looking for Jen Barringer, then I remembered Simpson. She's chewing gum, relaxed, got that perfect stride you can single out in the pack from across the field. Angie B. kept her form right up to about 13 minutes and then loosened up. Only gave up 2 positions for a 5th. But all the time I'm watching Hasay. Eyes down for most of the laps. Just shuts her mind off instead of mentally laboring through a lot of laps. Good solid finish in the second pack. This was a 38.33 second PR for her. 16:16 at the Pepsi meet up in Oregon last year. 15:37.29 today. She may not have run a 5K since last year. This performance is based on the culmination of her Mile/3K wins at the NCAA indoor last month, then sliding up into the 5K with teammate Alex Kosinski out with a back injury. This was truly an amazing field.
mikemather
Neely Spence, Shippensburg DII, should certainly be recognized in this race. She set an NCAA DII record for the 5K. Someone told me a funny story about Neely (there are a lot of "old guys" like me sitting around waiting for the next race to start). She was actually born, 1990 I think, while her dad was running in the Boston Marathon! How cool is that? Now her dad is her coach.
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