Which girls will dominate at NCAA?

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Re: Which girls will dominate at NCAA?

Post by imJumbo » Mon Nov 21, 2011 10:58 pm

I'm guessing this was JHUs taper meet..?

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Re: Which girls will dominate at NCAA?

Post by Truthinswmng » Sun Dec 04, 2011 9:14 pm

screeeeeeeeech wrote: I stand by my statement that Emory women will kill it.
After the Mid-Season Invites, looks like an accurate prediction. Even their split squad at SCAD invite picked up multiple cuts. Looks like another year for Howell to have to leave a bunch home. In addition to the multiple stroke and IM girls that likely can score in all 3 of their individual events, could they have any more sprinters?

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Re: Which girls will dominate at NCAA?

Post by screeeeeeeeech » Mon Dec 05, 2011 10:14 am

As far as their sprinters go, it's really just great recruiting caused by their continued dominance. Kids see that Emory girls have nasty relays and want to get on them...simple as that.
Still annoyed about the new selection system. Could you imagine if a coach put someone on his list of 18 and one of those 18 doesn't get invited while either a 19, 20 or 21 gets in? I'm just still waiting for a satisfactory explanation as to this rule change. I know people from the rules committee read these forums. Could you please let us know (or even PM me and I'll keep it to myself) why this rule had to change?
Adjusting expectations: so close to 500 posts!

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