2016 D1 Outdoor T&F Championships


(Geno) #1
             **University of Oregon  - 6/8/2016 to 6/11/2016                 **

** Qualified Performers List**

Men’s Performance List (Qualfiers by Time)

Women’s Performance List (Qualfiers by Time)

Decathlon Performance List (Qualfiers by Points)

Heptathlon Performance List (Qualfiers by Points)


(Geno) #2

The encouraging aspect of the '16 Championship Finals is that UH Men are on track to double their total score from '15. As far the Lady Coogs are concerned, this team is stronger than the '15 team which failed to tally a point. but their outlook for '16 is the same.


(Patrick) #3

Agreed. Coogs have an incoming class for both men and women that should boost this team into national title contention with the amount of returning athletes. Track and Field for UH is back.

I’m excited for this week and these kind of tweets are getting me pumped up. Wish I could attend as I love track meets; there is always something going on. I recommend attending one if you get a chance.



(Patrick) #4

Houston Heads to TrackTown for NCAA Championships
Cougar season culminates in Eugene, Oregon

The Houston Cougar Men’s Track & Field Team will send five representatives to compete in six events as well as the 4x100-meter relay at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field.

The meet will be held over four days from Wednesday, through Saturday, and will consist of two days of competition. The Cougars will be in semifinal action on Wednesday, while the finals will wrap up on Friday, June 10.

WATCH THE ACTION LIVE
All four days of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships will be broadcast live via the ESPN family of networks. Wednesday’s broadcast begins at 6:30 p.m., and will air on ESPN 2. The final round broadcast for the men opens on ESPN at 7:30 p.m., on Friday.

Each day of action can also be live streamed over the internet courtesy of ESPN3. Fans can find Wednesday’s action by clicking HERE.

FOLLOW ALONG LIVE
Live results of the 2016 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships will be provided courtesy of the NCAA. Fans can visit www.NCAA.com and follow the appropriate links for live results, or they can be found by clicking HERE.


(Patrick) #5

Coogs will be in action at the beginning of the meet on Wednesday. Times listed are PDT.


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#7

First track event up at 6:30 central is the 4x100 relay. http://www.rtspt.com/ncaa/d1outdoor16/schedule.pdf


(Patrick) #8

Coogs finished 2nd in their heat behind Arkansas but advance to Friday.

Amere Lattin wins his heat in the 110M hurdles to advance.

Cam Burrell finished 2nd in his heat for the 100 and advances. His rival, Ronnie Baker of TCU does not make it even though he ran a 10.09. Ties the fastest time to not make the final.

-Isaac Williams did not qualify in the 110M Hurdles
-Brian Bell did not qualify in the 800M
-Amere Lattin did not qualify in the 400M hurdles
-Leshon Collins does not qualify in the 200M


(John H) #9

Burrell, Lattin, 4x100 Relay Reach NCAA Finals

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(Patrick) #10

4x100 sets a school record and finishes 2nd behind LSU at 38.44, just .02 back.


#11

That hurt, but happy for getting on the podium. Burrell ran a hell of an anchor leg and a few more meters we would have taken it.


(Patrick) #12

Oh yeah, just ran out of track. 6th fastest NCAA time of all time; LSU’s time was the 2nd fastest NCAA time this year.

Edit: time puts the Coogs into the 6th fastest school of all time. Time was actually 12th all-time (LSU was 11th).


(Patrick) #13

Lattin runs a 13.80 into a head wind to finish 5th in the 110M hurdles. Great year for the freshman.


(N/A) #14

I just love being able to flip on the TV and watch our university compete on a high level.

Go Coogs!


(Patrick) #15

Burrell finishes 4th, .04 behind the winner in an extremely tight race. Great year for him as well.

That’s it for the Coogs in 15/16, both in track and as an athletic department. Seasons start back up in the fall.


(Patrick) #16

Coogs score 17 points this year which is their 8th highest ever and highest since 1989.


(Patrick) #17

Coogs finish 10th overall. Highest finish since 1985.

Florida is the overall winner.


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(Patrick) #19

And here’s info about the rest of the meet, big news was a freshman from A&M breaking a 50 year old record in the 800 with the 8th fastest time by an American (not just collegian):

https://twitter.com/AP_Top25/status/741482610967359493

https://twitter.com/FloTrack/status/741476034306920448

UH Race Video

4x100 Relay
http://www.flotrack.org/video/981405-mens-4x100m-relay-final-lsu-ftw

110M Hurdles:
http://www.flotrack.org/video/981407-mens-110m-hurdles-final-devon-allen-wins-2nd-title

100M
http://www.flotrack.org/video/981406-mens-100m-final-jarrion-lawson-wins-first-100m-title


(Patrick) #20