Thursday, May 14, 2015

2015 MVC Outdoor Championships - Final Day 3 updates

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Women Final Scores
179 Wichita St
149 Indiana St
127.5 Southern Illinois
81.5 Missouri St
80 Northern Iowa
61 Bradley
54 Illinois St
54 Drake
27 Loyola

Men Final Scores
159 Southern Illinois
143 Wichita St
123 Northern Iowa
117 Indiana St
104 Loyola
80 Drake
76 Illinois St
16 Bradley

Live Results - Current Form Chart

2:50 pm - the MEN officially claim second place overall in the MVC!

2:47 pm - 4.WSU (3:17.25) - SIU -1
(Powell, Scheck, Goering, and Mays)

2:45 pm - the WOMEN officially win the CHAMPIONSHIP!!

2:40 pm - W 4X400r - WSU -4, Ind St +2
     (Zajavics, Thomas,Andrews,and Young)

2:22 pm - M 5000m - 2.Johnson (14:46.68) 6.Raymond (15:04.95) 7.Burnett (15:05.47) - WSU +8, SIU -1

2:15 pm - M Discus - 8.Arneson - WSU -1, SIU -3

2:02 pm - W 5000m - 3.Hirsch (17:13.35) - WSU +4, Ind St -3

2:01 pm - M Triple Jump - 4.Lindo 50' 4.75" - WSU -1, Ind St +2

1:36 pm - M 200m - 6.Scheck (21.31) - WSU -1

1:31 pm -W 200m - 2.N.Larch-Miller (23.43) - the WOMEN WIN THE CHAMPIONSHIP!!

1:23 pm - M 400H - 3.Duvall (52.65) 7.James (55.38) - WSU -3, SIU -1

1:16 pm - W 400h - 3.Zajavics(1:01.01) 4.Thomas(1:02.62) 5.T.Larch-Miller (1:03.01) - WSU -2

1:11 pm - M 800m - 5.Martinez-Garcia (1:54.50) - WSU +3

12:50 pm - W 100m - 2.N.Larch-Miller (11.38) 5.T.Larch-Miller (11.47)

12:42 pm - M 400m - 7.Scheck (48.96) 8.Tucker (49.09) - WSU -4,

12:39 pm - W 400m - Ind St -2

12:34 pm - W Discus - 5.Suenram 160'0" - WSU +1, Ind St -5

12:25 pm - M Pole Vault - WSU -5, SIU +8

12:20 pm - M 110H - 8.James - WSU -1, SIU +1

12:11 pm- 1. N.Larch-Miller (13.08) 2. T.Larch-Miller (13.21) 8. Andrews (13.79) - WSU +3, Ind St -3

12:02 pm - 1500m M - 3.Jocis (4:01.01) and 4.Martinez-Garcia (4:02.20) - WSU +2

11:38 am - M 4X100r - 5.WSU 41.07 - WSU -1, SIU +1
     (Powell, Annis, Duvall, and Ralston)

11:29 am -W 4X100r - 2.WSU 45.23 - WSU +2 SIU -4
      (Andrews, Young, N.Larch-Miller, and T.Larch-Miller)

11:15 am - W Triple Jump - 2. Andrews 41' 8.25" - WSU +2, Ind St +4, SIU -2

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End of Day 2

9:25pm - new form chart updated for Sunday's finals!  See you tomorrow!

8:00pm - updated after women's prelims

7:45pm - updated after men's prelims

7:25pm - M Long Jump - 8. Ralston 23-6.75 - WSU -3, SIU +15, Ind St -9, Loy -12

7:20pm - W High Jump - 1. Borman 5-7, 2. Petersen 5-7, 3. Griffin 5-7 - WSU +15, Ind St +2, SIU -2.5

5:32 pm - M 3000m Steeple - 1. Jocis (9:13.50) 2. Larkin (9:16.45) - WSU +7, SIU +5, Ind St -6, Loy -5, UNI +4, Ill St -4, Bradley -1

5:24 pm - W Pole Vault - 3. Swanson  13' 0.25" - SIU +1, UNI -1

5:12 pm - W 3000m Steeple - 1.Hirsch (10:30.27) 5.Deighan (11:14.42) WSU +4, Ind St -2, SIU +3, Ill St -8, Drake +2, Loy +1

5:01 pm - M 400H - Duvall (52.30) and James (54.02) advance to finals

4:55 pm - M Shot Put - 6. Arneson 54' 2.5" - WSU -1, SIU -3, Ind St +3, UNI +1

4:51 pm - W 400h - T.Larch-Miller(1:00.82), Thomas (1:01.14), and Zajavics (1:00.41) advance to finals

4:41 pm - M High Jump - 3. Chippeaux 6'8" 7. Cross 6'4" - WSU +4, SIU -2, Ind St -1, UNI +2, Ill St -5, Drake +2

4:40 pm - M 800m - Martinez-Garcia (1:52.80) advances to finals

3:55 pm - W 100m - N. Larch-Miller (11.51) and T.Larch-Miller (11.58) advance to finals

3:45 pm - M 400m - Davis (48.55) and Scheck (48.83) advance to finals

3:42 pm - W Long Jump - 2. N.Larch-Miller 20'1.5" 7. Pinkston 18'8.5" - WSU +1, Ind St -3, SIU -2, Mo St +7, Ill St +1, Drake -2, Loy -2

3:21 pm - W Shot Put - Ind St -2, SIU +2, UNI -2, Ill St +1, Loy +1

3:12 pm - M 110H - James(14.39) advances to finals

3:11 pm - W Long Jump - N.Larch-Miller and Pinkston advance to finals

3:10 pm - W 100h - N. Larch-Miller (13.48), T.Larch-Miller (13.48), and Andrews(13.83)

3:00 pm - M Dec Final Results after 10 events - 4. Troxler 6548 points 5. Peters 6423 points - WSU -1, Ind St -2, UNI +10, Ill St -8, Drake +1

2:59 pm - M Dec 1500m - Peters (4:50.95) and Troxler (4:59.69)

2:32 pm - M Dec Standings after 9 events - 4. Troxler 5986 points 5. Peters 5810 points

2:31 pm - M Dec Javelin - Troxler 133'0" and Peters 127' 7"

2:08 pm - W Hept Final Results after 7 events - 2. Borman 5406 points 5. Pinkston 4616 points 6. Hays 4540 points 7. Doffing 4509 points - WSU -1 Ind St -2 Mo St -2 UNI +5

2:06 pm - W Hept 800m - Borman (2:25.02), Doffing (2:27.50), Hays (2:37.01), Pinkston (2:41.94)

1:42 pm - W Hept Standings after 6 events - 2. Borman 4649 points 5. Pinkston 4065 points 6. Hays 3932 points 7. Doffing 3784 points

1:41 pm - W Hept Javelin - Borman 132' 11", Hays 107' 3", Doffing 102' 9", Pinkston 88' 10"

1:39 pm - M Dec Standings after 8 events - 4. Troxler 5536 points 6. Peters 5230 points

1:19 pm - M Dec Pole Vault - Troxler 13' 9" and Peters 14' 8.75"

11:15 pm - The meet has been temporarily suspended due to lightning in the area. The women's hept javelin will resume shortly. The men's dec pole vault has been moved indoors.

11:07 am - M Dec Standings after 7 events - 4. Troxler 4865 points 7. Peters 4473 points

11:06 am - M Dec Discus - Troxler 104' 5" and Peters 126' 5"

11:03 am - W Hept Standings after 5 events - 3. Borman 3972 points 5. Pinkston 3644 points 6. Hays 3404 points 8. Doffing 3282 points

10:40 am - W Hept Long Jump - Borman 18'1", Pinkston 17' 11.75", Hays 16'11.25", Doffing 15' 11"

10:07 am - M Javelin - 1. Reimer 217' 5" 2. True 214' 09" 3. Pote 209' 8" - WSU -1, Ind St +3, Ill St -3

9:52 am - M Dec Standings after 6 events - 4. Troxler 4364 points 8. Peters 3838 points 10. Nicholas 3169 points

9:51 am - M Dec 110H - Troxler 15.51, Peters 17.08, Nicholas DNF

9:40 am - M Javelin - Reimer, True, and Pote advance to finals


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End of Day 1

10:20pm - Projected scores updated after 200m prelims.  See you tomorrow!

10:16pm - M 10k - 3. Raymond 30:03.31 - WSU -1, SIU +1, Ind St -6, Loy -1

10:11 pm - W 10k - 7. Hollon 36:45.63 - WSU -1, Ind St +2, SIU +3

6:52 pm - Projected scores adjusted for 1500m prelims

6:30 pm - The meet has been temporarily suspended due to lightning in the area.  The men's Javelin will continue tomorrow.  The 10k's will begin at 8:30pm at Illinois Wesleyan.

5:20 pm - W Javelin - 1. Navarro 144' 6" 3. Tenbrink 136'5" 4. Borman 132' 0" 5. N.Larch-Miller 131' 4" 8. Halstead 123'11" - WSU +2, Ind St +2, SIU -2

5:00 pm - M 200m Prelims - Scheck (21.48) advances to finals

4:55 pm - W 200m Prelims - N. Larch-Miller (23.83) advances to finals

4:41 pm - M 1500m Prelims - Jocis (3:52.14) and Martinez-Garcia (3:58.54) advance to finals

4:28 pm - W Javelin Prelims - Navarro, Tenbrink, Borman, N.Larch-Miller, Halstead, and Wyatt advance to finals

3:17 pm - M Dec Standings after 5 events - 4. Troxler 3575 points 8. Peters 3222 points (two way tie) 10. Nicholas 3169 points

3:14 pm - M Dec 400m - Troxler 50.19, Peters 53.48, Nicholas 55.44

3:05 pm - M Dec Standings after 4 events - 4. Troxler 2769 points 7. Nicholas 2588 points 8. Peters 2561 points

2:55 pm - M Dec High Jump - Troxler 6' 2",  Nicholas 5'8", Peters 5'11.5"

2:35 pm - M Hammer - 2. Cottrell 210'10" (School Record) 4. Arneson 208'0.5" 6.Goldsmith 194'10"

2:18 pm - W Hept Standings after 4 events 2. Borman 3269 points 5. Pinkston 2950 points 6. Hays 2801 points 8. Doffing 2763 points

2:16 pm - W Hept 200m - Borman 25.54 Pinkston 26.16 Doffing 26.18  Hays 26.47

2:00 pm - W Hept Standings after 3 events - 2. Borman 2431 points 5. Pinkston 2167 points 6. Hays 2044 points 8. Doffing 1982 points

1:44 pm - W Hept Shot Put - Borman 38'11.75", Hays 38'0", Pinkston 37'3.75", Doffing 29'8.75"

1:18 pm - W Hept Standings after 2 events - 4. Borman 1778 points 5. Pinkston 1548 points 7. Doffing 1514 points 9. Hays 1411 points

1:01 pm - W Hept High Jump - Borman 5'5.75", Pinkston 5'2", Doffing 5'0", Hays 4'9.5"

12:08 pm - M Dec Standings after 3 events - 4. Troxler 2073 points 5. Nicholas 2019 points 7. Peters 1917 points

12:06 pm - M Dec Shot Put - Nicholas 40'9.5", Peters 39'9", Troxler 38'1.5"

11:20 am - M Dec Standings after 2 events - 4. Troxler 1490 points 7. Nicholas 1386 points 9. Peters 1303 points

11:15 am - M Dec Long Jump - Nicholas 21'6.25", Troxler 21'2", Peters 19'8"

10:35 am - W Hept Standings after 1 event - 3. Borman 960 points 6. Doffing 870 points 7. Pinkston 836 points 8. Hays 834 points

10:33 am - W Hept 100h - Borman 14.19, Doffing 14.79, Pinkston 15.04, Hays 15.06

10:21 am - M Dec Standings after 1 event - 4. Troxler 804 points 8. Peters 719 points 10. Nicholas 675 points

10:19 am- M Dec 100m - Troxler 11.26, Peters 11.66, Nicholas 11.88



Sunday, February 26, 2012

MVC Championships Final Day !

Wichita State Women's Team placed 2nd at the MVC Championships with 129.3 points behind Missouri State with 132pts.
WSU Men's Team placed 3rd with 124pts, behind Southern Illinois (142.5) and Indiana State (137).













More Pictures to come !

Saturday, February 25, 2012

MVC CHAMPIONSHIPS !!

The MVC Championships started off very good for the Shockers. Both Men and Women Multi's had an outstanding first day. Women Multi's finished their event this afternoon while Men finished their first day and will continue the battle tomorrow.
Junior Tanya Friesen leads the Shockers with a 3rd place finish improving her Personal Best by over 200 pts!
Senior Witney Sorell placed 5th and Freshmen Chinwe Ekweariri 7th, both Shockers improved their Personal Bests significantly. Freshman Jaden Prewitt placed 9th just barely missing the scoring position. The event won Malaikah Love of SIU who's ranked 4th in the Nation, Olimpia Nowak of UNI placed 2nd and is ranked 6th in the Nation.

Live Results are availble @  http://wayzatatiming.com/track/2012/MissouriValleyIndoor/

                                                                                                          
         
                      


 

















Here are pics

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

MVC Indoor Championships

Look for many updates during this weekend's MVC Indoor Championships at Cedar Falls, Iowa!  The Shockers travel Thursday and have a light practice Friday before beginning competition on the weekend.  Come back for lots of pictures and highlights!

Friday, January 6, 2012

WSU Projects

by Assistant Coach Joe Eby

I have two big projects that I am working on at WSU right now. The first and probably the most important one is getting a hold of or trying to organize our alumni list. This is a huge undertaking because we have not done a very good job in the past of keeping track of our alumni database. This means that there are several different lists that we have to combine or make heads or tails of and then we have to find the most efficient way of communicating with our alumni. This is all in the early stages and we keep coming up with great ideas, which end up leading to dead ends or severe detours. I am bound and determined to get this figured out. As getting our alumni connected and engaged can help take our program to a whole new level if done properly.

The second project is trying to learn the ropes of meet management “shocker style” and trying to take some pressure off of Coach Wise and open him up to focus more on coaching and recruiting. We just sent out invites to the top High School athletes in the area to run at one of our meets. We are going to have High School sections of 60m, 60m Hurdles, 400m and mile at the Varsity Apartment Invitational on February 4th. This is something new and we hope that it helps bring some excitement to our indoor meet.

Hopefully we will see a lot of over lap between these two projects as we hope to include Alumni events in conjunction with our meets, such as VIP areas and Alumni socials after each meet.

Friday, October 7, 2011

A Weekend In Track Town, USA

By Joe Eby, Assistant Distance/Cross Country Coach
                                                          
For any track and cross country fan getting to travel to Track Town USA is always a great trip, and for me getting to go back was very exciting. Our day started very early, 5:15, where we met at WSU to load up the vans to head to the airport for our 7 am flight. Our travels to Portland, including a layover in Denver, was very uneventful which is always the best way to travel. Once we arrived in Portland we drove to Eugene and checked into the hotel. We were located less than a half mile away from Pre’s Trail and Hayward Field, prime location. We had a little down time to relax before getting our run in, during that time coach Hunter and I drove out to Springfield to do a test drive to the course. We made a few wrong turns so it was good to figure out where we were going. After arriving back at the hotel we headed out for our run. We jogged over and got a run in on Pre’s Trail. I took the guys on the parts I remembered running on while in Eugene for the Olympic Trials in 2008. It took me a few wrong turns but it all started to come back to me. We got a great run in. One of the best parts for me was that there were all sorts of people out hiking, biking and running. We even had a few elite sightings. Jordan Hasay and the women of Oregon and Sam Chelanga both ran by on the runs. It is cool getting to see those type of people out putting in the daily miles, just like all of us do everyday. We finished up our night with some dinner at Track Town Pizza, which was delicious and walked down to Hayward Field to take some pictures and do some touristy stuff.

As I said earlier Track Town is a unique place. Friday morning after my run on Pre’s Trail I sat down to breakfast and opened up the sports page. On the front is a picture of Luke Peskedra and an article about the race and who would be running for the Ducks the next day. There are not many places in the country where a Friday morning cross country meet is the front page news in the local paper, although I wish it was, but that is a post for another time. After breakfast Coach Hunter and I met up with Jenny Ashcroft, a former Wichita State coach who is an assistant coach at Oregon and was nice enough to give Coach Hunter and me a tour of some of their athletic facilities. It was a very interesting experience and amazing with what the backing of a company like Nike can do for your school. Later that afternoon we continued our sight seeing with some of the kids from the team by taking them to Pre’s rock on Skyline Drive. I have only been there twice and both times have had an impact. How different would the world be if Pre would have made it around that narrow turn on the road and what impact could he have continued to have on the sport if he was still here today.

Later that afternoon it was time to get down to business. We drove out to Springfield to preview the course. There was a great atmosphere even the day before. I guess it helps when you have NCAA national champs and High School record holders doing workouts on the course. The course was in great shaped was marked very well and had a ton of signage. The team was very excited to be in this type of environment. I just hoped that they could take all that excitement and turn it into positive energy and race well the next day. Both teams finished up their easy run and did some strides followed by some stretching. As we drove back I felt that the team was ready to go and I started getting excited about the race the next day.

When we arrived at the course in Springfield the meet atmosphere was electric. They had upbeat music playing and the announcer was doing trivia with the crowd before and between races and keeping the fans entertained. They even had the man himself, Bill Dellinger as the honorary co-starter of the meet along with Matt Centrowitz who just picked up a bronze medal at the world champs in the 1500.

After watching both races I felt that our kids stepped up to the challenge of the day and raced like they belonged. While both teams ran well this was a huge step forward for our guys team. This was the type of meet that was a great prep for our conference and regional meets. On both sides we had people in there mixing it up with some of the best runners in the nation and the world, you can’t ask for much more than that. If we can continue down the path we are on we are going to have a very good November.

After the meet we made the 2 hour drive back to Portland because of an early flight the next day, and boy was it an early morning and a long day of travel, 4 am rolls around very quick. We arrived back in Wichita about 2 pm safe and sound and ready to get back to work with a great experience and a nice step forward toward the goal of winning MVC championship in Terre Haute in November.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Shocker Track is back!

by John Wise, Sprint/Hurdles Coach
We are back!  It’s been quite a while since we have updated our blog but now that we are back you will be seeing lots of new stuff!

We plan to have a new blog update each week during the season.  Look for blogs from current coaches, graduate assistants, volunteer coaches, current athletes, and maybe even the head coach (if we’re lucky!).
A lot has happened since our final update during the MVC Championships last spring.  We had a terrific post-season with several athletes earning all-American honors as well as hosting the largest track and field meet in the country this summer – the USATF  Junior Olympic National Championships.  We had a bit of a chance to catch our breath during August but then here come 40 newcomers and the rest of the Shockers a few weeks later!
It’s definitely been a busy start to our season and for the sprinters we are currently about halfway through our fall conditioning phase.  We have done something different this year in that we have combined our sprinters, hurdlers, multi’s, jumpers, and vaulters for the first 6 weeks.  It appears we are creating some terrific team chemisty as well as putting in a lot of hard work!

Shockers running hills next to 21st street on campus

We are also getting organized with our recruiting efforts, as several official visits are being set up for the coming weeks and months.  Our staff has been working diligently on getting a massive recruit mailing out these past few weeks and we are already making several great contacts with potential new Shockers!
Lot of exciting things are always happening around WSU Track and Field!  The most exciting thing right now is seeing our cross country teams progress through the fall.  Next weekend they will have their biggest test of the year as they travel to Eugene, Oregon to take on the Ducks, Wisconsin, and several other top teams.  Our women appear to be in the battle for a 7th straight MVC title – although they know it will be a real fight this year.  Our men look to be much improved and next weekend they will finally be at full strength for the first time this season.  Coach Hunter and his cross country assistants are doing a great job getting the Shockers ready!
Look for another update next week!  Go Shockers!