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ECAC/IC4A Outdoor Track Blog: Day 2
Women's Heat Sheets
From the top row of the bleachers at Princeton's William Weaver Track & Field Stadium, LibertyFlames.com will provide live blog coverage of all three days of the 2011 IC4A/ECAC Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships, weather permitting.
I write "weather permitting" due to the lack of an enclosed press box at this facility. If we get any prolonged rain, I will have to discontinue the blog until it is safe to resume using my laptop computer.
Today will be a full day action, beginning at 9 a.m. with the IC4A decathlon 110-meter hurdles and stretching more than nine hours, until the Lady Flames run the prelims of the ECAC 4 x 400 relay at 5 p.m. Here is a complete schedule of Liberty's events today:
9 a.m. – IC4A Decathlon (Geren Woodbridge) – 110 Hurdles, Discus, Pole Vault, Javelin, 1,500
9:30 a.m. – ECAC Heptathlon (Christina Mitchell) – Long Jump, Javelin, 200
10 a.m. – IC4A Hammer (Ryan Smith)
10:50 a.m. – IC4A 1,500 Prelims (Isaac Wendland)
11 a.m. – IC4A Pole Vault (Kolby Shepherd)
11:35 a.m. – IC4A 100 Prelims (Roderick Spruel)
Noon – IC4A Long Jump (Anthony Bryant, Aaron Johnson, Kevin Reddington)
Noon – IC4A 400 Prelims (Taylor Courtney)
3 p.m. – ECAC Pole Vault (Shelley Parker)
3 p.m. – IC4A Discus (Elliot Galeone)
3:05 p.m. – ECAC 1,500 Prelims (Jennifer Klugh)
3:25 p.m. – ECAC 100 Hurdles Prelims (Olivia Charnuski)
4:25 p.m. – ECAC 100 Hurdles Semifinals (Olivia Charnuski)
4:50 p.m. – ECAC 800 Prelims (Meghan Burggraf)
6 p.m. – ECAC 4 x 400 Relay Prelims
I will be using the interactive CoveritLive blog interface, which I utilized for the first time at this meet one year ago. This format allows readers to submit comments and questions throughout the day, as you follow your favorite Flames and Lady Flames.
It will be easiest for me to provide detailed accounts of the running events, but I'll try to keep track of the field events as well as possible from this vantage point as well.
Without further ado, go Liberty!