Friday, May 25, 2018

NCAA Spring Championship week continued

Rambelles Win Pitcher's Duel 1-0 over West Chester - Angelo SID
Marlett propels ASU to win in CWS opener - Charles Bryce, San Angelo Standard Times

Brandy Marlett

Track & Field
At the end of day one...

2017 Results
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Qualifiers List

Angelo State aims big for national track meet - Amy McDaniel,  San Angelo Standard Times
ASU's Norton on pace for second national title - Amy McDaniel,  San Angelo Standard Times
Projections update
Javelinas remain first, gaining a small cushion, Pitt State drops into a tie for 2nd place with Tiffin, who move up from a tie for 4th, Adams State drops from 3rd to 5th
  1. Tiffin - 53 pts (even in 10k, +1 in long jump, +5 in high jump)
  2. Javelinas - 51 pts (even in long jump, +2 in decathlon, -4 in discus) 
  3. TAMC - 47 pts (won decathlon as projected)
  4. Pitt State - 42 pts (-3 in hammer, -1 in decathlon, -5 in high jump)
  5. Adams State - 41 pts (-7 in 10k)
  6. Angelo State - 27 pts (+1 in decathlon, -10 in high jump, -4 in discus)
Angelo State moves up to a projected 3rd place from 6th, Pitt State drops 2 spots, and Azusa Pacific falls to 5th
  1. Lincoln - 65 pts  (-2 in long jump) still projected to win comfortably
  2. WTAM - 43 pts (+2 in long jump)
  3. Angelo State - 43 pts (+4 in pole vault, +5 in long jump, +4 in heptathlon)
  4. Adams State - 34 pts (no change)
  5. Pitt State - 33.5 pts ( -0.5 in pole vault, -5 in long jump)
  6. Azusa Pacific - 17 pts (-4 in long jump, +1 in 10k, -11 in heptathlon)


Javelinas success forged in pre-dawn workouts - Len Hayward, Caller-Times
Making history: Javelinas prepare for first NCAA World Series - Caller-Times
Javelinas' Plovanich plays as hometown recovers - Caller-Times

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