January 12, 2000
Hoosiers Host Michigan
The Hoosiers will get a chance to see where they stand in the
Big Ten as they host the Michigan Wolverines in a dual meet on
Saturday, January 15 at noon at the Harry Gladstein Fieldhouse.
Michigan hosted the Jack Harvey Invitational last weekend, a
non-scored event. The Michigan women are two-time defending Big
Ten champions. Last season the Wolverine men placed ninth at
the conference meet.
Complete meet results will be made available on the web at www.athletics.indiana.edu
following the event. They can be viewed and printed out by choosing
either men's, or women's track and field from the main menu.
Weekly updates and season best lists can be obtained at www.athletics.indiana.edu
all season long.
12:10 W Mile Run
12:20 M Mile Run
12:30 W 400M Dash
12:35 M 400M Dash
12:40 W 60M Dash
12:45 M 60M Dash
12:50 W 800M Run
12:55 M 800M Run
1:05 W 60M Hurdle
1:10 M 60M Hurdle
1:20 W 600M Run
1:25 M 600M Run
1:30 W 200M Dash
1:35 M 200M Dash
1:40 W 3000M Run
1:55 M 3000M Run
2:10 W 4x400 Relay
2:20 M 4x400 Relay
Noon M Long Jump
Noon W Long Jump
Noon W High Jump
12:10 W Shot Put
12:15 M Pole Vault
12:40 W Pole Vault
1:15 M Shot Put
1:15 M Weight Throw
1:15 W Weight Throw
1:15 M High Jump
1:15 W Triple Jump
1:15 M Triple Jump
Marshall Goss is in his second season as the Indiana head men's
track and field coach and program coordinator and is in his 17th
season with the Hoosiers.
Randy Heisler is in his second season as the women's track and
field coach and is in his 11th season with the Hoosiers.
Indiana head men's track and field coach and program coordinator
"We are trying to get as many individuals ready to race
and compete as possible. We are coming off of some injuries and
are working toward getting everyone healthy to compete. This
should be a great meet for the spectators as it should be decided
by just a few points."
Indiana head women's track and field coach Randy Heisler:
"Michigan is the two-time defending Big Ten champions.
Last season we competed against them and lost by just 10 points
and our team knew that we could compete at that level. Last year
we finished third at the Big Ten championship, so we know that
we are within striking distance. This will be a good test for
us, a win would help immensely, psychologically for this team."
Looking to Shake the Jinx
The Indiana women's track and field team will look to shake the
jinx of Michigan as the Wolverines swept the Hoosiers in the
90's defeating the women six times in the decade.
The men have defeated Michigan the last two times the teams have
met, including a 150-144.5 victory in a four-team meet last season.
Brown Takes Home Honors
Jennifer Brown set an Indiana school record and provisionally
qualified in two events in the first meet of the season last
weekend and was named Big Ten Women's Track & field Athlete
of the Week for her performance. The St. Joseph, Ill. native
registered a school-record toss of 18.35m (60' 2.5") to
win the 20 lb. weight throw and won the shot put with a mark
of 15.30m (50' 2.5").
Stephanie Magley currently owns the Hoosier's top time in the
mile (5:17.88) and she will be joined by Kim Craig making her
first appearance in the event this season. Craig enters the meet
with second best seed time (5:03) behind Michigan's Katie Clifford
Brett Tipton and Nathan Purcell will try to lead the Hoosier
men in the mile, an event they did not compete in last weekend.
Tipton enters the race as a favorite based on seed times (4:15.0)
along with Michigan's Steve Lawrence and John Mortimer
Tia Trent will make her first appearance in the 400 meters this
season after winning the event at the Outdoor Big Ten Championship
last spring. Tarviant Campbell, who currently owns the team's
top time (59.39 in the event this season, will also compete for
the Hoosiers. Trent enters the event with the top seed time (55.8).
Ryan Huber will make his first appearance of the season in the
400 metes and he enters the meet with the top seed time (48.9).
Huber has the team's top time in the 600 meters (1:20.96). Chad
Schwartz, who currently owns the Hoosier's top time (50.75),
will also compete.
Six different women competed last weekend for the Hoosiers in
the 60 meter dash. This weekend Lorraine Dunlop and Danielle
Carruthers will lead the way. Carruthers owns the team's top
time (7.55) while Dunlop will be racing for the first time this
season in the 60 meters. She holds the team's best mark in the
200 meters (24.94).
Raheem Ellis will make his first appearance of the year this
weekend after a third place finish in the event at the Big Ten
Championship last year. He and Michigan's Ike Okenawa enter the
race with the top seed time (6.7). Ellis will be joined by Russell
Brooks who currently owns the team's top time (6.82).
Indiana's Allyson Hammond and Michigan's Lisa Ouellet should
compete for the 800-meter crown. Both enter the meet with a seed
time of 2:12.0. Hammond will be running her first race of the
season as will Mikko Simos on the men's side. He and Michigan's
Jay Cantin enter the race with the top seed time of 1:53.0.
60 Meter High Hurdles
LaToya Turner and Danielle Carruthers will look to give Indiana
a 1-2 finish in the 60 meter high hurdles. Turner posted a team
best 8.64 last weekend while Carruthers was just behind her at
Nick Sears will look to try to improve on his team best 8.36
from a week ago as the field will be trying to knock off Michigan's
Courtney Bell will look to improve on her time of 1:38.06 from
last weekend. Tia Trent owns the team's top time (1:35.15) but
she will run in the 400 meters this weekend.
The men will experience a similar shift as Ryan Huber who owns
the team's top time (1:20.96) will run in the 400 meters. The
Hoosiers will look for Sean Cleary to improve on his time of
1:21.16 from last weekend.
Lorraine Dunlop will attempt to improve on her team best time
of 24.94 as she enters the race looking to knock off top-seeded
Mara Brown of Michigan. Dunlop will be joined by LaToya Turner,
Rachelle Boone and Tarviant Campbell.
The Hoosiers will run the 200 meters on the men's side for the
first time this season and Russell Brooks enters the race with
the top seed time (21.5). Raheem Ellis will also contend for
a first place finish as the 60-meter tandem will look for success
in the 200 meters.
cc standout Amanda Bell will lead the Hoosiers in
the 3,000 meters. Amber Macy, who will also run, currently owns
the team's top time (10:59.03).
The men will make their first appearance of the season in the
event as Eric Heins, Jeff Zeha and Bart Pharris will look to
score for Indiana.
Dino Efthimiou will make his first appearance of the season in
the long jump and he will be joined by Hasaan Reddick as the
Hoosiers will look to try for a 1-2 finish. Joe Rice owns the
team's top mark this season (20' 7.75").
Rose Richmond, who owns the team's top triple jump (37' 6.75"),
will try to accomplish the same feat in the long jump. Tandra
Foster, who owns the team's top mark this season (18' 4.25")
will join Richmond against the Wolverines.
The same foursome from last week will again compete in the high
jump as Nicole Randolph is joined by Amy Clippard, Cori McLeod
and Bridgette Kozy. Randoplh posted the team's best mark last
weekend with a jump of 5' 3.75".
Jon Lange will look to improve on his team-best mark of 6' 8.0"
from a week ago. Brian Bowman will compete for the first time
in the event this season.
Jennifer Brown will look for a repeat performance from last weekend
where she won the shot put with an NCAA provisional qualifying
mark of 50' 2.5". She will be joined by Heather Colyer,
Krista Keir and Kelly McKinney as the Hoosiers will look to score
some points in the event.
Ben Jackson will look to improve on his team-best mark of 51'
1.5". The field will be trying knock off Michigan's Nic
Dino Efthimiou will look to improve on his career-best mark of
16' 7.25" which he set last weekend. Ian Curry and Brian
Garriott will compete for the first time in the event this season.
Anglea McGregor and Cori McLeod will look to try to give Indiana
a 1-2 finish on the women's side in the pole vault. Both vaulted
10' 11.5" last weekend.
Hassan Reddick will compete for the first time in the triple
jump this season and he will be joined by current team-best holder
Joe Rice (44' 6.0").
Maria Fleischmann will compete in the triple jump with the top-seeded
jump among the field. Rose Richmond, who currently owns the Hoosier's
top jump (37' 6.75") will also compete.
Mike Minton will try to improve upon his team-best throw of 48'
5.25". If Jennifer Brown improves on her team best mark
of 60' 2.5" it will be another school record as she set
the mark last weekend with an NCAA provisional qualifying throw.
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