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2010 Person - Men's Results


Jordan 15 - Person 50
 

September 21, 2010

@ Jordan vs. Person and (Scrimmage) Northern     

Very Warm 90

4700 meters

 

Boys’ Results (38 runners)


Falcon

Place

Time

Coach Mulligan’s comments

Rios ‘11

2

17:22 PR

Much better. Now let’s find a medium in the 1st mile

LaForge ‘11

3

17:25

It’s easy to be aggressive the 1st mile-not so for 2 & 3

Peters ‘12

4

17:25 PR

Excellent. Got somethin’ left in the tank too

Taylor ‘11

5

17:42

Great job. You raced with some passion and resolve

Kreiling ‘14

8

17:57 PR

Your second half was sweet. Nice

Catotti ‘11

9

18:07

You’re not running with discipline in the torso

Long ‘14

10

18:15 PR

Good job. Another quality push

Connelly ‘13

11

18:22 PR

Nice race. Try to work the second half harder

Garcia ‘14

13

19:19 PR

The season is catchin’ up to you. Regroup now

McGinnis ‘13

14

19:20

This is a tough course for the tall guys

Taylor, Sam ‘14

16

19:32 PR

What a wonderful learning opportunity. Run straight

Titus ‘12

17

19:34

Good job. Catch some guys in the last ¼.

Kaspar ‘12

21

19:46

Very nice. Another finish

Simpson, M ‘14

22

20:01 PR

Ahhh, so close. Keep workin’ for the 5k

Meyer ‘14

24

20:17 PR

You must do a better job of asserting yourself in a race

Burns ‘14

25

20:29 PR

Being mentally disciplined is the key to success

Stocking ‘12

27

20:33

A man’s tolerance of pain is essential to racing well

Bacon ‘12

29

21:58 PR

You’ll get the hang of this in time

Cox-McMahon

30

22:22

Way to go, kid. You’re comin’ along just fine

Brown ‘13

33

23:35

Your tolerance for discomfort is important

Prosperi ‘13

34

23:39

Enter the battle and win your fight each time out


Score:      

 Jordan 15  1  2  3  4  5  6 7
 Person 50  8  9  10  11  12  13  14


Scrimmage:

 Jordan 22  2  3  4  5  8  9 10
 Northern 37  1  6  7  11  12    



Team Stats:
1-5 Gap:  35 seconds (The gap was 38 seconds when you ran 2.1 at Eno – AWESOME!!!)
1-7 Gap:  53 seconds (Pretty darn good. This is very good, fellas)

Plan your work and work your plan. My fellow Ithacan, Adam Eigenrauch, taught me that and his words echo in my head 20 years later. Without a plan of action, without a race strategy, you will be lost. You will leave too much too happenstance. When you have a plan and work towards accomplishing that plan, you have control and what a wonderful feeling it is to be in control while all those around you race in chaos.

The plan was to hit 6:00 for the first mile and then work the second mile hard. Although it may not have been the ideal situation for some of you, it worked well strategically. The emphasis was on the middle mile and you guys did a real good job of racing the middle and second half of the race. Just take a look at how many guys had their fastest 4700m.

I’ll thank you guys later, but I sure do appreciate all the seniors have done. This was your last day on our course and what a way to go out. After thousands of training miles and a couple hundred miles of racing, you have reached the top of the PAC-6 undefeated. Aaron Taylor, Alex Catotti, Darrin LaForge and Austen Rios – I thank you all and I’m so very proud of you. 
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