Southland Conference
10/31/2009 1:02:01 PM
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Congrats McNeese Boys on a 2nd Place finish. Coach Gilroy has done a great job. Flash Results, Inc. 2009 Southland Conference Cross Country Championship West Guth Park, Corpus Christi, TX - 10/31/2009 Event 1 Men 8k Run CC ======================================================================= Name Year School Finals Points ======================================================================= 1 #32 Francis Kasagule SR Lamar 23:54 1 [b] 2 #48 Joshua Sawe JR McNeese State 24:06 2 3 #47 David Rooney SO McNeese State 24:13 3 [/b] 4 #92 Mitch Ownbey SO Stephen F. Austin 24:16 4 5 #30 Joonas Harjamaki JR Lamar 24:20 5 6 #124 Kalphys Kemboi Southeastern LA 24:23 6 7 #190 Layne Nixon SO UTSA 24:24 7 8 #25 Bob Abimbisibwe FR Lamar 24:24 8 9 #128 Henry Rop JR Southeastern LA 24:25 9 10 #26 Drew Bean JR Lamar 24:31 10 [b]11 #44 Johnathon Koenck JR McNeese State 24:37 11 [/b] 12 #96 Dennis Yeats JR Stephen F. Austin 24:41 12 13 #90 Keith Mahipala SR Stephen F. Austin 24:51 13 14 #29 Alejandro DeLaGarza FR Lamar 25:01 14 15 #12 Patrick Kimeli FR TAMCC 25:03 15 16 #11 Jordan Valle FR TAMCC 25:11 16 17 #191 Cole Reveal SO UTSA 25:14 17 [b]18 #46 Jarrett LeBlanc SO McNeese State 25:19 18 [/b] 19 #188 Michael Cook SO UTSA 25:24 19 20 #28 Maarten VanDyck FR Lamar 25:25 20 21 #187 Brandon Chiuminetta SO UTSA 25:26 21 22 #186 Albert Cardenas SO UTSA 25:27 22 23 #189 Corey Vargas SR UTSA 25:29 23 24 #185 Daniel Balbontin FR UTSA 25:31 24 25 #16 Eloy Zertuche JR TAMCC 25:35 25 26 #192 Jim Stitt FR UTSA 25:44 27 #139 Michael Morris SO Texas State 25:47 26 28 #31 Kyle Hawley FR Lamar 25:49 27 29 #93 Xavier Rodriguez SO Stephen F. Austin 25:50 28 30 #170 Zach Zura JR UT Arlington 25:51 29 31 #91 Harmon McClanahan SO Stephen F. Austin 25:57 30 [b]32 #41 Ryan Barrow SR McNeese State 25:57 31 [/b] 33 #121 Nelphat Boit JR Southeastern LA 25:58 32 34 #172 Eric Montou FR UT Arlington 26:03 33 35 #95 Logan Smart SO Stephen F. Austin 26:05 34 36 #15 Scott Vance JR TAMCC 26:07 35 37 #13 Curtis Patton FR TAMCC 26:10 36 38 #137 Hugo Corral SO Texas State 26:19 37 39 #9 Daniel Barlow SO TAMCC 26:22 38 40 #14 Arisel Perez JR TAMCC 26:23 39 41 #106 Blake Woolums SO Sam Houston State 26:24 40 42 #107 Joseph D'Eramo SO Sam Houston State 26:26 41 43 #27 Randy Becker SR Lamar 26:26 44 #10 Kirk Dalhiem SR TAMCC 26:27 45 #110 Julius Michael JR Sam Houston State 26:28 42 46 #43 Edwin Koenck FR McNeese State 26:28 43 47 #141 Jesus Ordas FR Texas State 26:29 44 48 #109 Patrick Krol FR Sam Houston State 26:34 45 49 #176 Ken Wallace FR UT Arlington 26:37 46 50 #175 Heinz Schwarzkopf JR UT Arlington 26:45 47 51 #89 Sam Hulse SO Stephen F. Austin 26:52 48 52 #169 Cody Widener FR UT Arlington 26:57 49 53 #94 Adam Saloom SO Stephen F. Austin 27:00 54 #158 Tony Stewart FR Central Arkansas 27:06 50 55 #45 Kevin Laughlin SO McNeese State 27:08 51 56 #153 Logan Dockery JR Central Arkansas 27:11 52 57 #105 Clint Anders FR Sam Houston State 27:14 53 58 #125 Jessie McDavitt Southeastern LA 27:17 54 59 #155 Chris Gray SO Central Arkansas 27:21 55 60 #74 Dusty Dischler JR Northwestern State 27:24 56 61 #140 Matt Novak JR Texas State 27:31 57 62 #138 Andres Herrera FR Texas State 27:41 58 63 #144 Chase Teinert FR Texas State 27:48 59 64 #157 Brad Kintner FR Central Arkansas 27:51 60 65 #127 Scott Richardson Southeastern LA 27:54 61 66 #126 Jaron Ortega Southeastern LA 28:03 62 67 #171 Hance Loyd FR UT Arlington 28:04 63 68 #73 Josh Crandell FR Northwestern State 28:11 64 69 #123 Kyle Golden JR Southeastern LA 28:15 65 70 #42 Matt Fontenot SR McNeese State 28:15 71 #61 Jordan Reed FR Nicholls State 28:19 66 72 #174 Darren Rous JR UT Arlington 28:21 67 73 #77 Kyle Lessig FR Northwestern State 28:21 68 74 #112 Ray Venegas JR Sam Houston State 28:28 69 75 #58 Tyler Folse SO Nicholls State 28:37 70 76 #159 Matt Woods FR Central Arkansas 28:43 71 77 #59 Joby Fryou JR Nicholls State 28:48 72 78 #60 Ross Mullooly FR Nicholls State 28:50 73 79 #111 Matt Stephenson SO Sam Houston State 29:03 74 80 #108 Travis Kocurek JR Sam Houston State 29:11 81 #154 Stephon Ferriel SO Central Arkansas 29:14 75 82 #75 Chris Lanier FR Northwestern State 29:30 76 83 #40 Justin Babin SO Nicholls State 29:38 77 84 #78 Cameron Mehl JR Northwestern State 29:57 78 85 #156 Tanner Hubbard SO Central Arkansas 30:08 79 86 #122 Zac Dufrene JR Southeastern LA 30:18 87 #62 Dylan Williams FR Nicholls State 31:23 80 88 #63 Matt Lanier FR Northwestern State 31:58 81 89 #79 Breshon Williams SO Northwestern State 31:58 82 Team Scores ================================================================================= Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9 ================================================================================= 1 Lamar 38 1 5 8 10 14 20 27 Total Time: 2:02:10.00 Average: 24:26.00 2 McNeese State 65 2 3 11 18 31 43 51 Total Time: 2:04:12.00 Average: 24:50.40 3 UTSA 86 7 17 19 21 22 23 24 Total Time: 2:05:55.00 Average: 25:11.00 4 Stephen F. Austin 87 4 12 13 28 30 34 48 Total Time: 2:05:35.00 Average: 25:07.00 5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 127 15 16 25 35 36 38 39 Total Time: 2:08:06.00 Average: 25:37.20 6 Southeastern Louisiana 162 6 9 32 54 61 62 65 Total Time: 2:09:57.00 Average: 25:59.40 7 UT Arlington 204 29 33 46 47 49 63 67 Total Time: 2:12:13.00 Average: 26:26.60 8 Sam Houston State 221 40 41 42 45 53 69 74 Total Time: 2:13:06.00 Average: 26:37.20 9 Texas State 222 26 37 44 57 58 59 Total Time: 2:13:47.00 Average: 26:45.40 10 Central Arkansas 288 50 52 55 60 71 75 79 Total Time: 2:18:12.00 Average: 27:38.40 11 Northwestern State 342 56 64 68 76 78 81 82 Total Time: 2:23:23.00 Average: 28:40.60 12 Nicholls State 358 66 70 72 73 77 80 Total Time: 2:24:12.00 Average: 28:50.40
Congrats McNeese Boys on a 2nd Place finish. Coach Gilroy has done a great job.

Flash Results, Inc.
2009 Southland Conference
Cross Country Championship
West Guth Park, Corpus Christi, TX - 10/31/2009

Event 1 Men 8k Run CC
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Name Year School Finals Points
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1 #32 Francis Kasagule SR Lamar 23:54 1
2 #48 Joshua Sawe JR McNeese State 24:06 2
3 #47 David Rooney SO McNeese State 24:13 3

4 #92 Mitch Ownbey SO Stephen F. Austin 24:16 4
5 #30 Joonas Harjamaki JR Lamar 24:20 5
6 #124 Kalphys Kemboi Southeastern LA 24:23 6
7 #190 Layne Nixon SO UTSA 24:24 7
8 #25 Bob Abimbisibwe FR Lamar 24:24 8
9 #128 Henry Rop JR Southeastern LA 24:25 9
10 #26 Drew Bean JR Lamar 24:31 10
11 #44 Johnathon Koenck JR McNeese State 24:37 11
12 #96 Dennis Yeats JR Stephen F. Austin 24:41 12
13 #90 Keith Mahipala SR Stephen F. Austin 24:51 13
14 #29 Alejandro DeLaGarza FR Lamar 25:01 14
15 #12 Patrick Kimeli FR TAMCC 25:03 15
16 #11 Jordan Valle FR TAMCC 25:11 16
17 #191 Cole Reveal SO UTSA 25:14 17
18 #46 Jarrett LeBlanc SO McNeese State 25:19 18
19 #188 Michael Cook SO UTSA 25:24 19
20 #28 Maarten VanDyck FR Lamar 25:25 20
21 #187 Brandon Chiuminetta SO UTSA 25:26 21
22 #186 Albert Cardenas SO UTSA 25:27 22
23 #189 Corey Vargas SR UTSA 25:29 23
24 #185 Daniel Balbontin FR UTSA 25:31 24
25 #16 Eloy Zertuche JR TAMCC 25:35 25
26 #192 Jim Stitt FR UTSA 25:44
27 #139 Michael Morris SO Texas State 25:47 26
28 #31 Kyle Hawley FR Lamar 25:49 27
29 #93 Xavier Rodriguez SO Stephen F. Austin 25:50 28
30 #170 Zach Zura JR UT Arlington 25:51 29
31 #91 Harmon McClanahan SO Stephen F. Austin 25:57 30
32 #41 Ryan Barrow SR McNeese State 25:57 31
33 #121 Nelphat Boit JR Southeastern LA 25:58 32
34 #172 Eric Montou FR UT Arlington 26:03 33
35 #95 Logan Smart SO Stephen F. Austin 26:05 34
36 #15 Scott Vance JR TAMCC 26:07 35
37 #13 Curtis Patton FR TAMCC 26:10 36
38 #137 Hugo Corral SO Texas State 26:19 37
39 #9 Daniel Barlow SO TAMCC 26:22 38
40 #14 Arisel Perez JR TAMCC 26:23 39
41 #106 Blake Woolums SO Sam Houston State 26:24 40
42 #107 Joseph D'Eramo SO Sam Houston State 26:26 41
43 #27 Randy Becker SR Lamar 26:26
44 #10 Kirk Dalhiem SR TAMCC 26:27
45 #110 Julius Michael JR Sam Houston State 26:28 42
46 #43 Edwin Koenck FR McNeese State 26:28 43
47 #141 Jesus Ordas FR Texas State 26:29 44
48 #109 Patrick Krol FR Sam Houston State 26:34 45
49 #176 Ken Wallace FR UT Arlington 26:37 46
50 #175 Heinz Schwarzkopf JR UT Arlington 26:45 47
51 #89 Sam Hulse SO Stephen F. Austin 26:52 48
52 #169 Cody Widener FR UT Arlington 26:57 49
53 #94 Adam Saloom SO Stephen F. Austin 27:00
54 #158 Tony Stewart FR Central Arkansas 27:06 50
55 #45 Kevin Laughlin SO McNeese State 27:08 51
56 #153 Logan Dockery JR Central Arkansas 27:11 52
57 #105 Clint Anders FR Sam Houston State 27:14 53
58 #125 Jessie McDavitt Southeastern LA 27:17 54
59 #155 Chris Gray SO Central Arkansas 27:21 55
60 #74 Dusty Dischler JR Northwestern State 27:24 56
61 #140 Matt Novak JR Texas State 27:31 57
62 #138 Andres Herrera FR Texas State 27:41 58
63 #144 Chase Teinert FR Texas State 27:48 59
64 #157 Brad Kintner FR Central Arkansas 27:51 60
65 #127 Scott Richardson Southeastern LA 27:54 61
66 #126 Jaron Ortega Southeastern LA 28:03 62
67 #171 Hance Loyd FR UT Arlington 28:04 63
68 #73 Josh Crandell FR Northwestern State 28:11 64
69 #123 Kyle Golden JR Southeastern LA 28:15 65
70 #42 Matt Fontenot SR McNeese State 28:15
71 #61 Jordan Reed FR Nicholls State 28:19 66
72 #174 Darren Rous JR UT Arlington 28:21 67
73 #77 Kyle Lessig FR Northwestern State 28:21 68
74 #112 Ray Venegas JR Sam Houston State 28:28 69
75 #58 Tyler Folse SO Nicholls State 28:37 70
76 #159 Matt Woods FR Central Arkansas 28:43 71
77 #59 Joby Fryou JR Nicholls State 28:48 72
78 #60 Ross Mullooly FR Nicholls State 28:50 73
79 #111 Matt Stephenson SO Sam Houston State 29:03 74
80 #108 Travis Kocurek JR Sam Houston State 29:11
81 #154 Stephon Ferriel SO Central Arkansas 29:14 75
82 #75 Chris Lanier FR Northwestern State 29:30 76
83 #40 Justin Babin SO Nicholls State 29:38 77
84 #78 Cameron Mehl JR Northwestern State 29:57 78
85 #156 Tanner Hubbard SO Central Arkansas 30:08 79
86 #122 Zac Dufrene JR Southeastern LA 30:18
87 #62 Dylan Williams FR Nicholls State 31:23 80
88 #63 Matt Lanier FR Northwestern State 31:58 81
89 #79 Breshon Williams SO Northwestern State 31:58 82

Team Scores
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Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9
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1 Lamar 38 1 5 8 10 14 20 27
Total Time: 2:02:10.00
Average: 24:26.00
2 McNeese State 65 2 3 11 18 31 43 51
Total Time: 2:04:12.00
Average: 24:50.40
3 UTSA 86 7 17 19 21 22 23 24
Total Time: 2:05:55.00
Average: 25:11.00
4 Stephen F. Austin 87 4 12 13 28 30 34 48
Total Time: 2:05:35.00
Average: 25:07.00
5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 127 15 16 25 35 36 38 39
Total Time: 2:08:06.00
Average: 25:37.20
6 Southeastern Louisiana 162 6 9 32 54 61 62 65
Total Time: 2:09:57.00
Average: 25:59.40
7 UT Arlington 204 29 33 46 47 49 63 67
Total Time: 2:12:13.00
Average: 26:26.60
8 Sam Houston State 221 40 41 42 45 53 69 74
Total Time: 2:13:06.00
Average: 26:37.20
9 Texas State 222 26 37 44 57 58 59
Total Time: 2:13:47.00
Average: 26:45.40
10 Central Arkansas 288 50 52 55 60 71 75 79
Total Time: 2:18:12.00
Average: 27:38.40
11 Northwestern State 342 56 64 68 76 78 81 82
Total Time: 2:23:23.00
Average: 28:40.60
12 Nicholls State 358 66 70 72 73 77 80
Total Time: 2:24:12.00
Average: 28:50.40
10/31/2009 2:45:03 PM
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2009 Southland Conference Cross Country Championship West Guth Park, Corpus Christi, TX - 10/31/2009 Event 2 Women 6k Run CC ======================================================================= Name Year School Finals Points ======================================================================= 1 #8 Anne Ronoh SR TAMCC 20:44 1 2 #182 Kayla Pratt SO UTSA 20:51 2 3 #33 Tinette Burger SR McNeese State 21:16 3 4 #21 Samantha Walkow FR Lamar 21:20 4 5 #180 Dana Mecke SR UTSA 21:23 5 6 #87 Amy Shackelford JR Stephen F. Austin 21:26 6 7 #183 Pernilla Savestrand SR UTSA 21:34 7 8 #53 Lauren Jones JR Nicholls State 21:37 8 9 #85 Megan Jenkins JR Stephen F. Austin 21:37 9 10 #4 BreAnna Briggs FR TAMCC 21:40 10 11 #162 Jennifer Carey SO UT Arlington 21:41 11 12 #117 Dorcus Kapkiai SO Southeastern LA 21:42 12 13 #86 Haley Parsons FR Stephen F. Austin 21:44 13 14 #6 Sarah De Los Santos JR TAMCC 21:47 14 15 #2 Faith Barlow SR TAMCC 21:48 15 16 #129 Steffanie Armstrong SO Texas State 21:51 16 17 #164 Perri Ford JR UT Arlington 21:53 17 18 #5 Meghan Lemke SR TAMCC 21:54 18 19 #166 Amanda McMahon JR UT Arlington 21:57 19 20 #51 Dakota Goodman FR Nicholls State 22:02 20 21 #18 Karin Svensson FR Lamar 22:02 21 22 #163 Lydia Chebii JR UT Arlington 22:04 22 23 #3 Courtney Johnson JR TAMCC 22:04 23 24 #50 Brea Goodman FR Nicholls State 22:05 24 25 #88 Randi Wymer FR Stephen F. Austin 22:11 25 26 #7 Sheila Salil JR TAMCC 22:12 26 27 #34 Alvy Carragher SO McNeese State 22:18 27 28 #20 Emily Carpenter SO Lamar 22:20 28 29 #81 Meredith Blocker JR Stephen F. Austin 22:24 29 30 #36 Amy Guinn JR McNeese State 22:24 30 31 #133 Maria Lopez FR Texas State 22:28 31 32 #130 Heather Bullin SR Texas State 22:29 32 33 #35 Aisling Casey SO McNeese State 22:32 33 34 #83 Marie Flores JR Stephen F. Austin 22:34 34 35 #37 Candice McCormick SO McNeese State 22:37 35 36 #168 Marissa Paz FR UT Arlington 22:44 36 37 #116 Naomi Jeruto Southeastern LA 22:46 37 38 #181 Courtney Nelson SO UTSA 22:48 38 39 #102 Victoria Gemeny SO Sam Houston State 22:51 39 40 #38 Fionnuala Ross FR McNeese State 22:53 40 41 #98 Sara Collazos SO Sam Houston State 22:54 41 42 #101 Kylie Fitzgerald FR Sam Houston State 22:55 42 43 #136 Sandra Venegas SO Texas State 22:58 43 44 #65 Karensa Ellis FR Northwestern State 22:59 44 45 #146 Heather Estetter SO Central Arkansas 23:05 45 46 #145 Courtney Efurd FR Central Arkansas 23:11 46 47 #97 Haleigh Pustka SO Sam Houston State 23:18 47 48 #82 Brette Fleming-Wood SO Stephen F. Austin 23:23 48 49 #56 Kadi Whisnant JR Nicholls State 23:24 49 50 #24 Nora-Beth Saunders FR Lamar 23:26 50 51 #131 Dana Dolejsi SO Texas State 23:28 51 52 #167 Christina Mose SR UT Arlington 23:31 52 53 #115 Kim Gastinell SR Southeastern LA 23:33 53 54 #19 Daisy Cantu SO Lamar 23:36 54 55 #67 Allison Fontenot FR Northwestern State 23:45 55 56 #55 Jessica McCleod JR Nicholls State 23:47 56 57 #150 Dacey Mitchell FR Central Arkansas 23:48 57 58 #66 Sarah Emory FR Northwestern State 23:51 58 59 #161 Esther Abuto JR UT Arlington 23:56 59 60 #134 Amanda McKinney JR Texas State 23:59 60 61 #147 Brittani Johnson SO Central Arkansas 24:02 61 62 #152 Sabrina Peterman FR Central Arkansas 24:02 62 63 #178 Jessica Bitterly FR UTSA 24:04 63 64 #54 Imma Kosgei JR Nicholls State 24:13 64 65 #72 Andrea Warren JR Northwestern State 24:14 65 66 #99 Crystal Santos FR Sam Houston State 24:15 66 67 #113 Bethany Burst Southeastern LA 24:30 67 68 #114 Ernestine Carodine SR Southeastern LA 24:31 68 69 #17 Marlou Bijlsma FR Lamar 24:35 69 70 #104 Haley Peddy FR Sam Houston State 24:43 70 71 #100 Megan Williams SR Sam Houston State 24:51 71 72 #70 Redd Williams JR Northwestern State 25:12 72 73 #52 Skyla Jackson FR Nicholls State 25:14 73 74 #148 Kayleigh Lewellyn FR Central Arkansas 25:20 74 75 #119 Courtney Schultheis JR Southeastern LA 25:43 75 76 #71 Lawana Perkins SO Northwestern State 25:54 76 77 #69 Kirstie Jones FR Northwestern State 26:00 77 78 #165 Sophia Yousefi FR UT Arlington 26:02 79 #68 Courtney Hershberge JR Northwestern State 26:12 80 #179 Rebecca Crain FR UTSA 26:30 78 81 #23 Sharon Sason FR Lamar 26:49 79 82 #151 Emily Parker SO Central Arkansas 26:56 80 83 #149 Heidi Miller GR Central Arkansas 28:09 84 #118 Esther Kemboi JR Southeastern LA 28:17 81 #84 Stephanie Ganter SO Stephen F. Austin DQ (cut course w/100m to go) Team Scores ================================================================================= Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9 ================================================================================= 1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 58 1 10 14 15 18 23 26 Total Time: 1:47:53.00 Average: 21:34.60 2 Stephen F. Austin 82 6 9 13 25 29 34 48 Total Time: 1:49:22.00 Average: 21:52.40 3 UT Arlington 105 11 17 19 22 36 52 59 Total Time: 1:50:19.00 Average: 22:03.80 4 UTSA 115 2 5 7 38 63 78 Total Time: 1:50:40.00 Average: 22:08.00 5 McNeese State 128 3 27 30 33 35 40 Total Time: 1:51:07.00 Average: 22:13.40 6 Nicholls State 157 8 20 24 49 56 64 73 Total Time: 1:52:55.00 Average: 22:35.00 6 Lamar 157 4 21 28 50 54 69 79 Total Time: 1:52:44.00 Average: 22:32.80 8 Texas State 173 16 31 32 43 51 60 Total Time: 1:53:14.00 Average: 22:38.80 9 Sam Houston State 235 39 41 42 47 66 70 71 Total Time: 1:56:13.00 Average: 23:14.60 10 Southeastern Louisiana 237 12 37 53 67 68 75 81 Total Time: 1:57:02.00 Average: 23:24.40 11 Central Arkansas 271 45 46 57 61 62 74 80 Total Time: 1:58:08.00 Average: 23:37.60 12 Northwestern State 294 44 55 58 65 72 76 77 Total Time: 2:00:01.00 Average: 24:00.20
2009 Southland Conference
Cross Country Championship
West Guth Park, Corpus Christi, TX - 10/31/2009

Event 2 Women 6k Run CC
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Name Year School Finals Points
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1 #8 Anne Ronoh SR TAMCC 20:44 1
2 #182 Kayla Pratt SO UTSA 20:51 2
3 #33 Tinette Burger SR McNeese State 21:16 3
4 #21 Samantha Walkow FR Lamar 21:20 4
5 #180 Dana Mecke SR UTSA 21:23 5
6 #87 Amy Shackelford JR Stephen F. Austin 21:26 6
7 #183 Pernilla Savestrand SR UTSA 21:34 7
8 #53 Lauren Jones JR Nicholls State 21:37 8
9 #85 Megan Jenkins JR Stephen F. Austin 21:37 9
10 #4 BreAnna Briggs FR TAMCC 21:40 10
11 #162 Jennifer Carey SO UT Arlington 21:41 11
12 #117 Dorcus Kapkiai SO Southeastern LA 21:42 12
13 #86 Haley Parsons FR Stephen F. Austin 21:44 13
14 #6 Sarah De Los Santos JR TAMCC 21:47 14
15 #2 Faith Barlow SR TAMCC 21:48 15
16 #129 Steffanie Armstrong SO Texas State 21:51 16
17 #164 Perri Ford JR UT Arlington 21:53 17
18 #5 Meghan Lemke SR TAMCC 21:54 18
19 #166 Amanda McMahon JR UT Arlington 21:57 19
20 #51 Dakota Goodman FR Nicholls State 22:02 20
21 #18 Karin Svensson FR Lamar 22:02 21
22 #163 Lydia Chebii JR UT Arlington 22:04 22
23 #3 Courtney Johnson JR TAMCC 22:04 23
24 #50 Brea Goodman FR Nicholls State 22:05 24
25 #88 Randi Wymer FR Stephen F. Austin 22:11 25
26 #7 Sheila Salil JR TAMCC 22:12 26
27 #34 Alvy Carragher SO McNeese State 22:18 27
28 #20 Emily Carpenter SO Lamar 22:20 28
29 #81 Meredith Blocker JR Stephen F. Austin 22:24 29
30 #36 Amy Guinn JR McNeese State 22:24 30
31 #133 Maria Lopez FR Texas State 22:28 31
32 #130 Heather Bullin SR Texas State 22:29 32
33 #35 Aisling Casey SO McNeese State 22:32 33
34 #83 Marie Flores JR Stephen F. Austin 22:34 34
35 #37 Candice McCormick SO McNeese State 22:37 35
36 #168 Marissa Paz FR UT Arlington 22:44 36
37 #116 Naomi Jeruto Southeastern LA 22:46 37
38 #181 Courtney Nelson SO UTSA 22:48 38
39 #102 Victoria Gemeny SO Sam Houston State 22:51 39
40 #38 Fionnuala Ross FR McNeese State 22:53 40
41 #98 Sara Collazos SO Sam Houston State 22:54 41
42 #101 Kylie Fitzgerald FR Sam Houston State 22:55 42
43 #136 Sandra Venegas SO Texas State 22:58 43
44 #65 Karensa Ellis FR Northwestern State 22:59 44
45 #146 Heather Estetter SO Central Arkansas 23:05 45
46 #145 Courtney Efurd FR Central Arkansas 23:11 46
47 #97 Haleigh Pustka SO Sam Houston State 23:18 47
48 #82 Brette Fleming-Wood SO Stephen F. Austin 23:23 48
49 #56 Kadi Whisnant JR Nicholls State 23:24 49
50 #24 Nora-Beth Saunders FR Lamar 23:26 50
51 #131 Dana Dolejsi SO Texas State 23:28 51
52 #167 Christina Mose SR UT Arlington 23:31 52
53 #115 Kim Gastinell SR Southeastern LA 23:33 53
54 #19 Daisy Cantu SO Lamar 23:36 54
55 #67 Allison Fontenot FR Northwestern State 23:45 55
56 #55 Jessica McCleod JR Nicholls State 23:47 56
57 #150 Dacey Mitchell FR Central Arkansas 23:48 57
58 #66 Sarah Emory FR Northwestern State 23:51 58
59 #161 Esther Abuto JR UT Arlington 23:56 59
60 #134 Amanda McKinney JR Texas State 23:59 60
61 #147 Brittani Johnson SO Central Arkansas 24:02 61
62 #152 Sabrina Peterman FR Central Arkansas 24:02 62
63 #178 Jessica Bitterly FR UTSA 24:04 63
64 #54 Imma Kosgei JR Nicholls State 24:13 64
65 #72 Andrea Warren JR Northwestern State 24:14 65
66 #99 Crystal Santos FR Sam Houston State 24:15 66
67 #113 Bethany Burst Southeastern LA 24:30 67
68 #114 Ernestine Carodine SR Southeastern LA 24:31 68
69 #17 Marlou Bijlsma FR Lamar 24:35 69
70 #104 Haley Peddy FR Sam Houston State 24:43 70
71 #100 Megan Williams SR Sam Houston State 24:51 71
72 #70 Redd Williams JR Northwestern State 25:12 72
73 #52 Skyla Jackson FR Nicholls State 25:14 73
74 #148 Kayleigh Lewellyn FR Central Arkansas 25:20 74
75 #119 Courtney Schultheis JR Southeastern LA 25:43 75
76 #71 Lawana Perkins SO Northwestern State 25:54 76
77 #69 Kirstie Jones FR Northwestern State 26:00 77
78 #165 Sophia Yousefi FR UT Arlington 26:02
79 #68 Courtney Hershberge JR Northwestern State 26:12
80 #179 Rebecca Crain FR UTSA 26:30 78
81 #23 Sharon Sason FR Lamar 26:49 79
82 #151 Emily Parker SO Central Arkansas 26:56 80
83 #149 Heidi Miller GR Central Arkansas 28:09
84 #118 Esther Kemboi JR Southeastern LA 28:17 81
#84 Stephanie Ganter SO Stephen F. Austin DQ (cut course w/100m to go)

Team Scores
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Rank Team Total 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 *9
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1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 58 1 10 14 15 18 23 26
Total Time: 1:47:53.00
Average: 21:34.60
2 Stephen F. Austin 82 6 9 13 25 29 34 48
Total Time: 1:49:22.00
Average: 21:52.40
3 UT Arlington 105 11 17 19 22 36 52 59
Total Time: 1:50:19.00
Average: 22:03.80
4 UTSA 115 2 5 7 38 63 78
Total Time: 1:50:40.00
Average: 22:08.00
5 McNeese State 128 3 27 30 33 35 40
Total Time: 1:51:07.00
Average: 22:13.40
6 Nicholls State 157 8 20 24 49 56 64 73
Total Time: 1:52:55.00
Average: 22:35.00
6 Lamar 157 4 21 28 50 54 69 79
Total Time: 1:52:44.00
Average: 22:32.80
8 Texas State 173 16 31 32 43 51 60
Total Time: 1:53:14.00
Average: 22:38.80
9 Sam Houston State 235 39 41 42 47 66 70 71
Total Time: 1:56:13.00
Average: 23:14.60
10 Southeastern Louisiana 237 12 37 53 67 68 75 81
Total Time: 1:57:02.00
Average: 23:24.40
11 Central Arkansas 271 45 46 57 61 62 74 80
Total Time: 1:58:08.00
Average: 23:37.60
12 Northwestern State 294 44 55 58 65 72 76 77
Total Time: 2:00:01.00
Average: 24:00.20
10/31/2009 9:35:05 PM
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Cudos to [bow]#[b]11 [/b]Johnathon Koenck [bow]and #[b]18 [/b]Jarrett LeBlanc [bow] for being the top AMERICAN finishers for the Pokes. [size=75%][i][b]"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS"[/size][/b][/i]
Cudos to #11 Johnathon Koenck and #18 Jarrett LeBlanc for being the top AMERICAN finishers for the Pokes.

"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS"
11/01/2009 2:57:35 AM
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hmmm slacking on the post, you know saying the same ole same ole well running lawyer you are becoming a douche who thinks he is cool but i still am confident you can pull of your average by the end of the year, pick it up you gotta start doing better.... [bow] I guess since you edited your post after mine that drops you some more points... well lawyer you are to cool for school that is fa sho. you know i think im going to start following some sport I cant even play and well you know the rest from here. [dance] [rofl] ___________ WORLD PEACE
hmmm slacking on the post, you know saying the same ole same ole well running lawyer you are becoming a douche who thinks he is cool but i still am confident you can pull of your average by the end of the year, pick it up you gotta start doing better.... I guess since you edited your post after mine that drops you some more points... well lawyer you are to cool for school that is fa sho. you know i think im going to start following some sport I cant even play and well you know the rest from here.
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11/01/2009 10:47:41 PM
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[quote=3200girl]hmmm slacking on the post, you know saying the same ole same ole well running lawyer you are becoming a douche who thinks he is cool but i still am confident you can pull of your average by the end of the year, pick it up you gotta start doing better.... I guess since you edited your post after mine that drops you some more points... well lawyer you are to cool for school that is fa sho. you know i think im going to start following some sport I cant even play and well you know the rest from here. ___________ WORLD PEACE[/quote] 2girl, you have obviously done your part in keeping Louisiana near the bottom of the nations' literacy list. Hopefully, you speak better than you write. [size=75%][b]"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? [u]THEY [/u]should have to press "1" !!![/b][/size]
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hmmm slacking on the post, you know saying the same ole same ole well running lawyer you are becoming a douche who thinks he is cool but i still am confident you can pull of your average by the end of the year, pick it up you gotta start doing better.... I guess since you edited your post after mine that drops you some more points... well lawyer you are to cool for school that is fa sho. you know i think im going to start following some sport I cant even play and well you know the rest from here.
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2girl, you have obviously done your part in keeping Louisiana near the bottom of the nations' literacy list. Hopefully, you speak better than you write.

"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? THEY should have to press "1" !!!
11/01/2009 11:06:38 PM
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It's thinking liking yours that keeps ignorant Americans and the rest of the world's non-african population thinking that Africans are this some wierd alien species that is just naturally talented and doesnt have to work or put in nearly the work anyone else has to do and can never be beaten. Just do some research before you go spouting off at the mouth on here, which has proven to be your weakness time and time again.
It's thinking liking yours that keeps ignorant Americans and the rest of the world's non-african population thinking that Africans are this some wierd alien species that is just naturally talented and doesnt have to work or put in nearly the work anyone else has to do and can never be beaten. Just do some research before you go spouting off at the mouth on here, which has proven to be your weakness time and time again.
11/01/2009 11:16:18 PM
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[quote=TrueRunner23]It's thinking liking yours that keeps ignorant Americans and the rest of the world's non-african population thinking that Africans are this some wierd alien species that is just naturally talented and doesnt have to work or put in nearly the work anyone else has to do and can never be beaten. Just do some research before you go spouting off at the mouth on here, which has proven to be your weakness time and time again.[/quote] TR, I suppose my previous post includes you as well. You need an attorney so you can file a lawsuit against (1) your high school English teacher for passing you and (2) Your freshman English teacher for not catching your HS teachers' mistake. They both FAILED to teach you how to write. [size=75%][i][b]"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? [u]THEY [/u]should have to press "1" !!![/b][/i][/size]
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It's thinking liking yours that keeps ignorant Americans and the rest of the world's non-african population thinking that Africans are this some wierd alien species that is just naturally talented and doesnt have to work or put in nearly the work anyone else has to do and can never be beaten. Just do some research before you go spouting off at the mouth on here, which has proven to be your weakness time and time again.


TR, I suppose my previous post includes you as well. You need an attorney so you can file a lawsuit against (1) your high school English teacher for passing you and (2) Your freshman English teacher for not catching your HS teachers' mistake.

They both FAILED to teach you how to write.

"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? THEY should have to press "1" !!!
11/01/2009 11:55:09 PM
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Why do you edit every single one of your posts? I didnt know there were any Big Ten schools in Louisiana...WHY ARE YOU ROOTING FOR NON-LA SCHOOLS, OH NO!
Why do you edit every single one of your posts? I didnt know there were any Big Ten schools in Louisiana...WHY ARE YOU ROOTING FOR NON-LA SCHOOLS, OH NO!
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[quote=TrueRunner23]Why do you edit every single one of your posts? I didnt know there were any Big Ten schools in Louisiana...WHY ARE YOU ROOTING FOR NON-LA SCHOOLS, OH NO![/quote] Once a Hoosier, always a Hoosier! BTW, are you injured? I noticed you didn't run in the conference meet. Hope all is well. [size=75%][i][b]"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? [u]THEY [/u]should have to press "1" !!![/b][/i][/size]
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Why do you edit every single one of your posts? I didnt know there were any Big Ten schools in Louisiana...WHY ARE YOU ROOTING FOR NON-LA SCHOOLS, OH NO!


Once a Hoosier, always a Hoosier!

BTW, are you injured? I noticed you didn't run in the conference meet. Hope all is well.

"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship $$ to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? THEY should have to press "1" !!!
11/02/2009 7:55:05 AM
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Congrats should go to the Cowboy runners. They looked great. Texas SA ran a very solid race finishing 4 runners in a row. Classic XC style. Well done by both. Tough run for Adam. Perhaps the year of no competition has left him a little race day rusty, don't know. I do know that he will bounce, just a matter of time. Poor SFA girls, got ripped. Texas CC student worker (not runner) declared a foul on top SFA runner saying she cut 10 yards in the last 100 yards of the 5 mile race. Funny, she was trailing another runner in that stretch but the TCC student only complained of her (not to mention it was a path taken by most runners during the race). No help from the official Southland officials who punted to the Commish who cared less about the inequity of the student's call and questionable nature of the call considering the number of runners that ran the same path. Cost the Lady Jacks the title. By the way, Texas CC won it on the call of their classmate. I call that great team work. As for Running Lawyers comment on international runners, I must agree. Mind you it had nothing to do with Africa as there were several nations represented. My frustration is founded in two areas. First, you must ask why foreign runners have such an impact on track and field and little other sports. My thought is it has to do with age. There are no regulations about the age of students competing from overseas. As most distance runners know, the best years for most distance runners are between 25-30. Many of the oversea runners are much older than can be verified. It shows in the face and their race. My biggest complaint though are the local kids that get left out because the money goes abroad. I can't help but be disappointed that hard fought tuition money is not spent of local kids, many of whom have no avenue of getting a college education. For those of you that think RL comments are inappropriate, wait until you become responsible for the cost your education or when your tax money is sent to countries abroad and not spent on kids that will return it post graduation. I'd love to know the amount of money donated to a school by international runners once they graduate and go home. I'd bet it is miniscule. My thought is that the NCAA should limit the number of foreign runners that can be on scholarship and compete for a single team. I know that this will not happen as there are not enough foreign athletes playing on BCS football teams. Once that happens, then maybe the NCAA will care about our local kids. In the meantime, American runners better concentrate on grades as that will be the only way you can guarantee that some or all of your education will be funded by your college choice. I guess a solid education will go further for our kids in the long run (pun intended). Best of luck in regionals. I'll be their watching and pulling for you and hoping you have a great race finishing just behind SFA. :-D
Congrats should go to the Cowboy runners. They looked great. Texas SA ran a very solid race finishing 4 runners in a row. Classic XC style. Well done by both.

Tough run for Adam. Perhaps the year of no competition has left him a little race day rusty, don't know. I do know that he will bounce, just a matter of time. Poor SFA girls, got ripped. Texas CC student worker (not runner) declared a foul on top SFA runner saying she cut 10 yards in the last 100 yards of the 5 mile race. Funny, she was trailing another runner in that stretch but the TCC student only complained of her (not to mention it was a path taken by most runners during the race). No help from the official Southland officials who punted to the Commish who cared less about the inequity of the student's call and questionable nature of the call considering the number of runners that ran the same path. Cost the Lady Jacks the title. By the way, Texas CC won it on the call of their classmate. I call that great team work.

As for Running Lawyers comment on international runners, I must agree. Mind you it had nothing to do with Africa as there were several nations represented. My frustration is founded in two areas. First, you must ask why foreign runners have such an impact on track and field and little other sports. My thought is it has to do with age. There are no regulations about the age of students competing from overseas. As most distance runners know, the best years for most distance runners are between 25-30. Many of the oversea runners are much older than can be verified. It shows in the face and their race. My biggest complaint though are the local kids that get left out because the money goes abroad. I can't help but be disappointed that hard fought tuition money is not spent of local kids, many of whom have no avenue of getting a college education. For those of you that think RL comments are inappropriate, wait until you become responsible for the cost your education or when your tax money is sent to countries abroad and not spent on kids that will return it post graduation. I'd love to know the amount of money donated to a school by international runners once they graduate and go home. I'd bet it is miniscule. My thought is that the NCAA should limit the number of foreign runners that can be on scholarship and compete for a single team. I know that this will not happen as there are not enough foreign athletes playing on BCS football teams. Once that happens, then maybe the NCAA will care about our local kids.

In the meantime, American runners better concentrate on grades as that will be the only way you can guarantee that some or all of your education will be funded by your college choice. I guess a solid education will go further for our kids in the long run (pun intended).

Best of luck in regionals. I'll be their watching and pulling for you and hoping you have a great race finishing just behind SFA.
11/02/2009 9:41:29 AM
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Okay just stating my opinion on this whole scholarship topic. I attend MSU and I run for them, I am a walk on athlete there and receive no money, books, or anything like that. I get running gear and a great opportunity to compete at the collegiate level. We do have a few foreign athletes on both the mens and womens side. I understand how some people can get frustrated that LA money is not going to LA athletes, but that is not the foreigners fault. They work very hard to get to where they are at, and they train very hard while they are here so they can continue to stay and compete in the U.S. All of them work very hard in the classroom as well with many of them having some of the highest GPAs on our whole track team. Talking and knowing all of them they are very grateful for the opportunity given to them. And another thing, on our runner-up conference team this year we only had 2 that were not form the U.S., so people can't say that our whole team is foreign when the majority of the kids on our team are from LA. Congrats to all the LA teams that ran conference this weekend...and good luck at Regionals!!
Okay just stating my opinion on this whole scholarship topic. I attend MSU and I run for them, I am a walk on athlete there and receive no money, books, or anything like that. I get running gear and a great opportunity to compete at the collegiate level. We do have a few foreign athletes on both the mens and womens side. I understand how some people can get frustrated that LA money is not going to LA athletes, but that is not the foreigners fault. They work very hard to get to where they are at, and they train very hard while they are here so they can continue to stay and compete in the U.S. All of them work very hard in the classroom as well with many of them having some of the highest GPAs on our whole track team. Talking and knowing all of them they are very grateful for the opportunity given to them. And another thing, on our runner-up conference team this year we only had 2 that were not form the U.S., so people can't say that our whole team is foreign when the majority of the kids on our team are from LA.

Congrats to all the LA teams that ran conference this weekend...and good luck at Regionals!!
11/02/2009 10:14:45 AM
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[b][i]"I understand how some people can get frustrated that LA money is not going to LA athletes, but that is not the foreigners fault."[/i][/b] You are right, it isn't their fault. They are merely opportunists who jump at the chance at a hand-out. Who WOULDN'T want to come to the grand ole USA for FREE!?! It's the fault of LAZY U.S. coaches who want to take the easy road to fame. Some of them (and you have one) are foreigners themselves who take our tax money and divvy it out to their own. Take your #2 finisher (one of HIS own) out of the equation and see where the Pokes would have finished. And then take your #1. You then fisinh with 162 points, tying Southeastern at #6. There's really no TELLING where you would have finished in the Southland with the foreigners out of the picture. Heck, look at all those "foreign" names in the top 20. Was it the Southland Conference championships or the mini-WORLD championships? And look at Arkansas! They built their storied program via ANOTHER IRISHMAN who came to Louisiana on scholarship via the states' taxpayers and then built his fame (and fortune) on foreign athletes....at the expense of ARKANSAS taxpayers. My law-partner introduced me to McDonnell in Fayetteville this past spring and I found one thing striking about him. HE (McDonnell) WAS OLD. HOW OLD??? I just looked him up and he's SEVENTY-ONE!! My partner (age 60) was at McNeese when McDonnell was at U-La-La-South, so that made U-La-La's claim to fame a 26-27-28-year-old frosh??? No wonder he knew how to manipulate those states' systems; he was an OLD hand at it. MSRunner, the taxpayers' money you AREN'T getting is going to those NICE, SMART guys and gals you are defending. It's sad that you have been brainwashed into thinking eight of those opportunists on your men's and women's rosters are not some of the culprits. [size=75%][i][b]"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship dollars to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should [u]I [/u]have to press "1" for ENGLISH? [u]THEY [/u]should have to press "1" !!![/b][/i][/size]
"I understand how some people can get frustrated that LA money is not going to LA athletes, but that is not the foreigners fault."

You are right, it isn't their fault. They are merely opportunists who jump at the chance at a hand-out. Who WOULDN'T want to come to the grand ole USA for FREE!?!

It's the fault of LAZY U.S. coaches who want to take the easy road to fame. Some of them (and you have one) are foreigners themselves who take our tax money and divvy it out to their own. Take your #2 finisher (one of HIS own) out of the equation and see where the Pokes would have finished. And then take your #1. You then fisinh with 162 points, tying Southeastern at #6.

There's really no TELLING where you would have finished in the Southland with the foreigners out of the picture. Heck, look at all those "foreign" names in the top 20. Was it the Southland Conference championships or the mini-WORLD championships?

And look at Arkansas! They built their storied program via ANOTHER IRISHMAN who came to Louisiana on scholarship via the states' taxpayers and then built his fame (and fortune) on foreign athletes....at the expense of ARKANSAS taxpayers.

My law-partner introduced me to McDonnell in Fayetteville this past spring and I found one thing striking about him. HE (McDonnell) WAS OLD. HOW OLD???

I just looked him up and he's SEVENTY-ONE!! My partner (age 60) was at McNeese when McDonnell was at U-La-La-South, so that made U-La-La's claim to fame a 26-27-28-year-old frosh???

No wonder he knew how to manipulate those states' systems; he was an OLD hand at it.

MSRunner, the taxpayers' money you AREN'T getting is going to those NICE, SMART guys and gals you are defending. It's sad that you have been brainwashed into thinking eight of those opportunists on your men's and women's rosters are not some of the culprits.

"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship dollars to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offer in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? THEY should have to press "1" !!!
11/02/2009 11:31:19 AM
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Yea, everyone has there own opinion and I respect that, but I stand by mine at the end of the day. It's nice having some guys and girls on the team that are from different parts of the world, you get to learn a little bit about different cultures. I enjoy MSU and the people here, we all work hard no matter where we are from and we earned our 2nd place finish, no one gave it to us. If some people don't respect that its okay.
Yea, everyone has there own opinion and I respect that, but I stand by mine at the end of the day. It's nice having some guys and girls on the team that are from different parts of the world, you get to learn a little bit about different cultures. I enjoy MSU and the people here, we all work hard no matter where we are from and we earned our 2nd place finish, no one gave it to us. If some people don't respect that its okay.
11/02/2009 11:36:11 AM
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I am a former mcneese st. runner and when i was competing for the pokes the majority of our xc team were foreign. i personally never had a problem with this. I sometimes wished more La guys would try to run for mcneese but that was because i felt they were talented and were just wasting it by quitting after hs. i came into college a mediocre runner and learned quickly that my hs coach and i knew absolutely nothing about distance running. i feel that running with my foreign buddies taught me how you were suppose to train and so i tried to soak that all in. so, what i'm trying to get at is don't blame international runners, or even the college coaches that recruit them. blame the La hs coaches who aren't preparing there runners to compete at the college level. regardless of where your from you can be a decent runner if you train properly. as you can see 3 of the 5 mcneese runners were american and they couldn't have finished 2nd without them. I still compete to this day, and i still feel the same way as far as international runners go. Hey if they're beating you then that means your not training hard enough. I know for a fact that they work they're butts off to run at that level and if you want to compete with them you have to do the same. when i toe the line on the track i don't think about whos american or whos international, i just race and try to win. If i lose i can only blame myself not my competition. and as far as scholarship money goes. there's no reason why all La students shouldn't be getting tops. the requirements for that program aren't that strict and it pays a good bit of your college tuition. And if you feel like your not getting enough money for running, you should either quit or step up your running, i'd suggest the latter. lastly, i want to personally congratulate my former school for there kick ass performance at conference. good luck at regionals!
I am a former mcneese st. runner and when i was competing for the pokes the majority of our xc team were foreign. i personally never had a problem with this. I sometimes wished more La guys would try to run for mcneese but that was because i felt they were talented and were just wasting it by quitting after hs. i came into college a mediocre runner and learned quickly that my hs coach and i knew absolutely nothing about distance running. i feel that running with my foreign buddies taught me how you were suppose to train and so i tried to soak that all in. so, what i'm trying to get at is don't blame international runners, or even the college coaches that recruit them. blame the La hs coaches who aren't preparing there runners to compete at the college level. regardless of where your from you can be a decent runner if you train properly. as you can see 3 of the 5 mcneese runners were american and they couldn't have finished 2nd without them.

I still compete to this day, and i still feel the same way as far as international runners go. Hey if they're beating you then that means your not training hard enough. I know for a fact that they work they're butts off to run at that level and if you want to compete with them you have to do the same. when i toe the line on the track i don't think about whos american or whos international, i just race and try to win. If i lose i can only blame myself not my competition. and as far as scholarship money goes. there's no reason why all La students shouldn't be getting tops. the requirements for that program aren't that strict and it pays a good bit of your college tuition. And if you feel like your not getting enough money for running, you should either quit or step up your running, i'd suggest the latter.

lastly, i want to personally congratulate my former school for there kick ass performance at conference. good luck at regionals!
11/02/2009 11:42:30 AM
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11/02/2009 3:35:30 PM
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lawyer boy you be thinking you is so cool with your american money to americans... Okay if you want me to be literate you can forget it... im sure it just eats you alive when you be reading my post anyways enough of dat stuff... I believe you sir have an issue with other people outside of america, just taking a guess... I got two words for you, TOPS AND HONORS COLLEGE. I think you have failed to understand how life works. I saw an anaconda eat a mother sloth with its baby on its back yesterday. I have to wonder, was that fair for the sloth? Grow up lawyer get over yourself, if you want something in life you have to work for it. The problem is the country, and that is many of us are lazy. I for one have to admit I was really lazy coming into college. I dont hear you crying about all the kids who get money for having good grades then fail to even graduate or make it past a semester. I can sum all dis up for ya boy. Stop being a girl about all of dis and blame people like you who are on here crying instead of out there trying to do something about it. [woot]
lawyer boy you be thinking you is so cool with your american money to americans... Okay if you want me to be literate you can forget it... im sure it just eats you alive when you be reading my post anyways enough of dat stuff... I believe you sir have an issue with other people outside of america, just taking a guess... I got two words for you, TOPS AND HONORS COLLEGE. I think you have failed to understand how life works. I saw an anaconda eat a mother sloth with its baby on its back yesterday. I have to wonder, was that fair for the sloth? Grow up lawyer get over yourself, if you want something in life you have to work for it. The problem is the country, and that is many of us are lazy. I for one have to admit I was really lazy coming into college. I dont hear you crying about all the kids who get money for having good grades then fail to even graduate or make it past a semester. I can sum all dis up for ya boy. Stop being a girl about all of dis and blame people like you who are on here crying instead of out there trying to do something about it.
11/02/2009 5:27:57 PM
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I think of out of state recruits the same as out of country recruits. But I don't blame in state colleges for either because the talent pool is limited compared to the rest of the US and the world in Louisiana.
I think of out of state recruits the same as out of country recruits. But I don't blame in state colleges for either because the talent pool is limited compared to the rest of the US and the world in Louisiana.
11/02/2009 5:47:19 PM
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[quote=3200girl]I saw an anaconda eat a mother sloth with its baby on its back yesterday. I have to wonder, was that fair for the sloth? [/quote] Was it an American sloth or an International sloth? [rofl] Seriously though, where the heck where you to see such an odd event?
3200girl wrote:
I saw an anaconda eat a mother sloth with its baby on its back yesterday. I have to wonder, was that fair for the sloth?


Was it an American sloth or an International sloth?

Seriously though, where the heck where you to see such an odd event?
11/03/2009 3:08:56 AM
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[quote=Benchwarmer]3200girl said:I saw an anaconda eat a mother sloth with its baby on its back yesterday. I have to wonder, was that fair for the sloth? Was it an American sloth or an International sloth? Seriously though, where the heck where you to see such an [b]odd [/b]event?[/quote] uhhh, in Lake Charles?? The home of an NCAA probation (2007) for "bogying" with at least one foreign athletes' eligibility. [size=75%][b][i]"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship dollars to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offers in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? [u]THEY [/u]should have to press "1" !!![/i][/b][/size]
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3200girl said:I saw an anaconda eat a mother sloth with its baby on its back yesterday. I have to wonder, was that fair for the sloth?

Was it an American sloth or an International sloth?

Seriously though, where the heck where you to see such an odd event?


uhhh, in Lake Charles?? The home of an NCAA probation (2007) for "bogying" with at least one foreign athletes' eligibility.

"Buy American, Fly American, Hire American, Recruit American and Award Louisiana Scholarship dollars to Louisiana/AMERICANS ... and make the offers in ENGLISH!" WHY should I have to press "1" for ENGLISH? THEY should have to press "1" !!!
11/03/2009 9:45:08 AM
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hahahaha lawyer you have no clue no clue! [rofl]
hahahaha lawyer you have no clue no clue!

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