Thursday, June 23, 2016

List of Women's 5K Qualifiers at U.S. Olympic Trials

EVENTATHLETEMARKLOCATIONDATE
5KMolly Huddle14:48.14Eugene OR (USA)05/27/16
5KEmily Infeld15:00.91New York NY (USA)02/20/16
5KAbbey D'Agostino15:03.85Heusden (BEL)07/18/15
5KNicole Tully15:04.08Stanford CA (USA)05/01/16
5KMarielle Hall15:06.05New York NY (USA)02/20/16
5KShelby Houlihan15:06.22New York NY (USA)02/20/16
5KKim Conley15:09.31Seattle WA (USA)01/29/16
5KShalane Flanagan15:10.02Eugene OR (USA)06/28/15
5KLauren Paquette15:14.45Stanford CA (USA)05/01/16
5KMolly Seidel15:15.21Birmingham AL (USA)03/11/16
5KStephanie Garcia15:16.56Stanford CA (USA)05/01/16
5KKatie Mackey15:16.60Stanford CA (USA)05/02/15
5KAshley Higginson15:18.53Stanford CA (USA)05/02/15
5KJessica Tonn15:18.85Stanford CA (USA)05/02/15
5KGabe Grunewald15:19.50Portland OR (USA)06/12/16
5KAllie Ostrander15:21.85Seattle WA (USA)01/29/16
5KJessica Tebo15:21.88Eagle Rock CA (USA)05/20/16
5KKellyn Taylor15:22.10Eagle Rock CA (USA)05/20/16
5KAlisha Williams15:23.11Portland OR (USA)06/12/16
5KErin Finn15:23.16Birmingham AL (USA)03/11/16

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Peloquin Gets Third All-America Honor of Freshman Season


A phenomenal freshman season for Boise State's Brenna Peloquin.  She finished ninth at the NCAA Cross Country Championships, Thursday she finished eighth in the 10,000 and tonight, another eighth-place finish in the 5,000.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

BREAKING--Brenna Peloquin 8th in the Nation in 10,000 at National Outdoor Track & Field Championships

EUGENE, OR--Boise State freshman Brenna Peloquin finished 8th in the women's 10,000 meter run tonight at the NCAA National Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a time of 32:58.78.


Peloquin, who earned All-America honors last fall with a ninth-place finish in the NCAA National Cross Country Championships, added another All-America honor tonight in the 10,000. Peloquin beat her personal best in the event and ran the second-fastest 10,000 time in school history. Brenna ran a 33:03.48 in the 10,000 at the Payton Jordan Invitational on May 1 in the first 10,000 of her career and finished ninth at the NCAA West Regionals two weeks ago with a time of 34:25.45.

The freshman from Gig Harbor, Washington, was among the top two runners for the vast majority of the race entering the final mile. As runners jockeyed for position, it appeared that she was stepped on a couple times and faded to eighth. But Peloquin gamely sprinted to the finish to take eight. Peloquin, the only freshman in the national final, also beat all but two sophomores and finished ahead of seven seniors and eight juniors.

Monday, May 30, 2016

Ryp-Cord?

Chase Cord, a 6-3 quarterback from Sunrise Mountain High School in Peoria, Arizona, has committed to Boise State, according to his Twitter account.

Cord chose Boise State over Utah, Colorado, Oregon State, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa State, Harvard, Princeton and Columbia, among others.
Cord tore up defenses last year by passing for 2,286 yards and 33 touchdowns and running for 933 more yards and 12 TD's to lead Sunrise Mountain to an 11-1 record last fall.

The commitment of Cord allows him the possibility of redshirting this fall and being able to take the reins from current Bronco quarterback Brett Rypien when he graduates after the 2019 season.  The Broncos have a home-and-home series scheduled with Florida State in 2019 and 2020 and against Oklahoma State in 2018 and 2021.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Elliot Qualifies for 1,500 Meter Nationals....Barely

David Elliott finished second in his heat by 7/1000th's of a point, just enough to qualify for the NCAA National Championships beginning June 8 in Eugene.

Results: Men 1500 Meter Run (Prelims)
Advance top 2 places. plus next best 4 times to Eugene

PlaceAthleteAffiliationTimeHeat (pl)
1Izaic YorksSRWashington3:43.14Q3 (1)
2Dillon MaggardSOUtah State3:43.37Q1 (1)
3Sam PrakelSOOregon3:43.38Q4 (1)
4Andy TrouardJRNorthern Arizona3:43.61Q4 (2)
5Matthew MatonFROregon3:43.62Q1 (2)
6Matt DorseyJRAir Force3:43.65q4 (3)
7Josh KerrFRNew Mexico3:43.67Q3 (2)
8Alex RogersFRTexas3:43.77q3 (3)
9Chase HorrocksJRBYU3:44.06q4 (4)
10Blake NelsonSRWashington3:44.08q3 (4)
11Jack BruceSOArkansas3:44.144 (5)
12Nick HarrisJRColorado3:44.391 (3)
13Jeff ThiesSOPortland3:44.401 (4)
14Derek WiebkeJRMinnesota3:44.754 (6)
15Ferdinand EdmanSRUCLA3:44.814 (7)
16Will CrockerSRMissouri3:44.831 (5)
17Chris BrewerSROregon3:45.143 (5)
18Adam CottonSRNew Mexico3:45.233 (6)
19Marcus DicksonSOBYU3:45.334 (8)
20Zach HansenSRSt. Mary's (Cal.)3:45.744 (9)
21Jacob BurchamJROklahoma3:45.964 (10)
22Blake HaneySOOregon3:46.41Q2 (1)
23David ElliottSRBoise State3:46.46 (3:46.452)Q2 (2)
24Justin BrinkleySRStanford3:46.46 (3:46.459)2 (3)
25Zach PerrinSOColorado3:46.972 (4)
26Jeff LautenslagerSOBoise State3:47.242 (5)
27Ugis JocisJRWichita State3:47.283 (7)
28Ethan MoehnFRArkansas3:47.701 (6)
29Johnathan StevensSOWashington3:47.722 (6)
30Austen DalquistFRArkansas3:47.752 (7)
31Bryce McAndrewSRNorth Texas3:48.041 (7)
32Shyan VaziriSRUC Santa Barbara3:48.743 (8)
33Brady TurnbullSRTexas3:48.902 (8)
34Liam MarkhamSRIllinois3:49.232 (9)
35Thomas CoyleSOStanford3:49.422 (10)
36Alex RibaSOTexas A&M3:49.611 (8)
37Bernie MontoyaSOArizona State3:49.664 (11)
38Chris WaldenSRCalifornia3:51.693 (9)
39Hugh NicklasonFRSan Francisco3:51.902 (11)
40Patrick PerrierFRStanford3:52.421 (9)
41Cameron GriffithFRArkansas3:53.603 (10)
42Joshua ThompsonJROklahoma State3:53.901 (10)
43Jesse ReiserFRIllinois3:54.011 (11)
44Ryan HersonSRArizona State3:54.133 (11)
45George BaierJRUC Santa Barbara3:56.012 (12)
46Matthew FayersJROklahoma State3:57.763 (12)
47Bryce BastingSRIllinois4:05.091 (12)
Anass ZouhrySRCal St. NorthridgeDNF4