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Portage Preview - The first weekend in October brings the 5th annual Portage Invitational,. featuring many of Michigan’s top teams. It is almost a pre-state meet, as 70 teams that qualified for the Michigan state finals last year are entered. Rockford's Nikki Bohnsack, a Foot Locker Favorite, will test recovery of her injured hip. a DyeStat on-site meet

List #4
DyeStat Elite
National cross country list grows to 950 performances beating our cutoffs for 5k and 3 miles. 
List Number 4 | How to Get Ranked with NEW online input form.

Great American 2003
NSSF plans "pomp and pageantry"
Date moves to first weekend in October - venue still not announced.
Marc Bloom story on NSSF plans for 5th Great American

THIS WEEK - results, rankings, and other current news
(alphabetical by state)

California on DyeStatCal
Stanford Invitational
Lauren Jespersen, Tim Nelson push each other to another course record
135 runners meet DyeStat Elite cutoffs

Lauren Jespersen (R), Tim Nelson
make another record run at Stanford

Stanford Highlights
Boys Div I - Record time as Lauren Jespersen (Klamath) nips Tim Nelson (Liberty Christian, Redding) both under CR with 14:54 runs!!! (cf Ian Dobson 15:05 in 2000). - Mead (Washington) takes Team - Results
Boys Div II - Babey Wagnew (Helix, La Mesa) 15:03 winner - Jesuit (Sacramento) takes Team Title - Results (Yong-Sung Leal was entered, but did not run; reportedly still injured.)
Boys Div III - Alex Dunn (San Lorenzo Valley, Felton) outleans soph Jake Schmitt (Redwood, Larkspur) for win at 15:20 - Oakmont (Roseville) takes Team Title - Results
Boys Div IV - Mohamed Trafeh (Duarte) runs off an hides during 14:58 win - Fillmore Team Titlest - Results
Boys Div V - Nick Neely (Crystal Springs Upland) winner 16:07 - College Prep (Oakland) Team Winners - Results
Girls Div I - Phyllis Blanchard (Rancho Cotate, Rohnert Park) 18:01 winner - St. Mary's (Portland) takes Team win!! - Results
Girls Div II - Caitlin Chock (Granite Bay) great 17:25 win!!! - Sultana (Hesperia) team titlests!! - Results
Girls Div III - Ciara Viehweg (St. Ignatius) winner 18:07 - San Lorenzo Valley nips Oak Park 124-126 - Results
Girls Div IV - Gabi Rios-Sotello (St. Mary's, Berkeley) 18:58 winner - Piedmont stunning 24 points team!! - Results
Girls Div V - Heather Iatauro (Tri-Valley, Grahamsville, NY) 18:07 solo run - Tri Valley takes Team win!! - Results

Other California Action
Dana Hills Inv - Mar Vista jr Troy Swier 14:24 3m wins by 68 seconds and takes down Division 3 junior meet record held by former San Diego runner Meb Keflezighi (14:37 in 1992). Woodbridge jr Michael Haddan 14:29 breaks Div 2 junior meet record.
29th Bell-Jeff Inv - Loyola CA's Mark Matusak 14:20 3m, fourth fastest ever at this meet. Maranatha CA sr Laura Meyers 17:12 3m, sixth fastest.

DyeStatCal Athletes of the Week
Woodbridge jr Michael Hadden and Gunn Palo Alto sr Ruth Graham
DyeStatCal Coaches of the Week
Girls -John Mahr of Sultan-Hesperia. Boys -
George Wright of Poly Long Beach

KS Weekly Roundup by Anthony Bozarth - Kansas #1 Lawrence sweeps both boys divisions at Topeka Seaman Inv. Trisa Nickoley 12:04 over Ashley Chapman 12:15 at Royal Valley.

MI Harbor Beach Inv - North Huron MI sr Katie Kelly won by 54 seconds in 18:24 5k.

MN Roy Griak Inv - Hopkins MN jr Shannon Bergstedt 18:28 5k leads US#6 ranked girls team to victory with 109 poinhts. Central St. Paul MN sr Forrest Tahdooahnippah 15:38 (David Van Orsdel 15:39) and and Roosevelt DesMoines IA 43 win boys race.

MO Weekly Report by Missouri Runners Nation - Liberty MO sr Adam Perkins won a battle of Foot Locker favorites over Edwardsville IL sr Stephen Pifer, 15:41 5k to 15:55, in the Hancock Inv at St. Louis. Pifer pressed the pace for much of the race, but Perkins pulled away in the last 1000 meters. Perkins' US#10 Liberty team won easily with 28 points, placing all 7 runners in the top 14. In KC Metro Championships, Blue Valley West claimed both individual titles: Paul Hefferon 16:05 and Elle Pishny 19:03.

MT Mountain West Inv - Flathead MT soph Zoe Nelson 17:02 3m in wire to wire victory by 71 seconds over Mead WA's Jamie Geissler and 18 seconds better than the course record at Missoula. It was Zoe's 5th straight course record win this season. Flathead boys and girls swept the team titles. Richie Nelson, Shadle Park WA, was the boys individual winner in 15:16.

NH 28th Manchester Inv - Fastest of day were Greely ME jr Ben True 15:48 5k, breaking Tony Truax's 2001 course record by 1 second, and Hanover NH sr Catherine Bryson 18:42 on a hilly, windy course.

NM 24th Albuquerque Academy Inv

Albuquerque Academy NM jr Leslie Luna (L) 18:53 3.02m is first girl to break 19 minutes on this hilly dirt course. US#6 Albuquerque Academy NM boys, US#7 Los Alamos NM girls win easily, each with 26 points. Josh Rogers, La Cueva 16:01 wins boys race.

photo by Peter Davies

NY 38th McQuaid Inv - Northeast #5 Honeoye Falls-Lima girls win AA for 5th straight year. Fastest of day are Lakewood OH sr Michelle Sikes 17:13 3m and Stephane Hetherington, of St. Michael's, Ontario Canada, 14:35.
NY Weekly Summary by George Febles,
NY E.J. Hermann Inv - Holy Names NY sr Liz Maloy wins big in 17:34. Colonie girls and Sauquoit Valley boys win easily.
NY Tully Inv - Phoenix NY jr Ashley Hughes 18:40 3.1m.

OR Northwest Classic - Central Catholic OR jr Galen Rupp made a successful season debut with a 15:31 5k, winning by 36 seconds. A mid-race surge took South Eugene soph Erin Gray 18:28 to victory over defending state champ Christy Paul, Hood River Valley senior, who finished in 18:54.

Pennsylvania Week
by Don Rich, PennTrackXC

Red Lion jr Kate Papenberg (L) and Cumberland Valley jr Brian Fuller (R) win at Carlisle. Eric Soder and Jesi Christiansen win at Sharpsville.

TX Aldine Invitational - Cinco Ranch Katy TX jr Kyle Miller 14:41 3m (Steve Magness 14:46) in Div 1 was fastest boy of meet. Fastest girl of the day was Langham Creek TX sr Brittany Brockman 11:15 2m in Div 2.

UT Wahsatch Rendezvous - Lone Peak UT soph Katie Bowen 17:10 2.91m. Ogden UT sr Todd Gilbert 15:23. Bingham sweeps combined scoring by seven races, runners 1 through 7.

WA Bellevue Invitational - fastest of day are Issaquah WA jr John Harding 15:28 3.1m and Bellevue WA sr Marie Foushee 18:13.Eisenhower WA sweeps team titles.

WV Chick-Fil-A Inv - Hudson OH sr Wesley Smith 15:17 5k won AAA division by 58 seconds over rolling hills. Oak Glen WV twins Justin and Josh Simpson ran 1-2 in A-AA in 15:20 and 15:23.

Smith and the Simpsons - photo by Matt Apesos



Complete results, quotes and 200 photos

September 27-28 at Charlotte NC Great American home page
Complete Results - 100+ pix in Donna on the Side
Boys ROC: After the DQ settled, the top three were (from L) Mountain View UT sr Mike Steele, Davidson Hilliard OH sr Alan Burkitt, and Mountain View UT jr Steve Strickland.

photos by Mike Leary

The Harrier rankings #2
9/23/02 -- Marc Bloom's second Super 25 of the season keeps The Woodlands TX boys and Saratoga Springs NY girls as national leaders, but there was a lot of movement below. Six new teams cracked the top 10: Albuquerque Academy NM boys, Grant Portland OR boys, Liberty MO boys, Smoky Hill Aurora CO girls, Los Alamos NM girls, and Desert Vista Phoenix AZ girls. The Harrier top 10 national and top 5 regional teams


Ivy League going D3?

An Internet hoax said that the New York Times reported the Ivy League was considering pulling out of Division 1 athletics and dropping to D3. This report found its way into Track and Field News. Brett Hoover, assistant director of the Ivy League, said that T&FN willl print a retraction in its next issue because "That report NEVER ran in the New York Times and it is 100 percent UNTRUE." T&FN editor Garry Hill said that letters of apology have gone out to all schools concerned.

the future of
Great American

early thoughts by NSSF
9/30/02 -- NSSF launches 30-day evaluation, but makes these commitments:

  • There WILL be a 2003 meet
  • Nike partnership will continue
  • Entry standards will not be tightened; meet will grow
  • Permanent site will be sought
  • Social experiences will be continued
  • Meet management issues will be given a high priority

How to Get Ranked
New online input form to send performances to DyeStat's national database

DyeStat uses Hy-Tek
for meet results

Great American
is sold to NSSF

CHARLOTTE 9/26/02 -- Founder Rick Hill announces sale on eve of 4th Great American Cross Country Festival. NSSF, which already operates the Nike Indoor Classic and the adidas Outdoor Championships, acquires the premier meet for high school cross country teams. Story by Marc Bloom

More cross country news
In addition to our own pages, DyeStat makes available the writing of two of the nation's foremost experts.
Walt Murphy's
X-Country X-Press
NEW DyeStat Specials
Marc Bloom's
The Harrier
Super 25 national rankings

Troy Swier
Megan Kaltenbach

plus 42 honorable mentions


DyeStat hears . . .
Princeton University drops high school portion of their indoor meet, citing facility and financial constraints. [Walt Murphy's News and Results Service]

latest from NSSF

Last Week

4th Iolani Invitational
The Winners
Carl Moe, Ruth Graham, Eisenhower WA boys, Montgomery Santa Rosa CA girls, and UCLA men and women

Complete Results and dozens of action pix
Heat and hills (first 1000 meters straight up the mountain) cause slow times.
Photo Sequence: Boys - Girls | Ricky's Quotes: Boys - Girls |

Auburn Riverside WA sr Carl Moe broke open a close race in the last mile to win by 35 seconds in 16:19. Eisenhower WA 52 wins team title over Orange CA 68 and Bingham UT 70.
GIRLS -- Gunn Palo Alto CA sr Ruth Graham dominated from beginning to end to win in 19:49, with Bingham UT soph Kit Zeigle 20:03 closing for second. Montgomery Santa Rosa CA won an exciting team battle over Eisenhower WA with both teams tied at 57 after five runners. Montgomery got the tie breaker when their 6th finished 45th to Eisenhower's 51st.
Donna on the Side -Donna Dye sets the scene with 125 pictures

AR Week 3 Roundup by Arkansas TrackStats - Ashley Williams and Chase Feltner are the stars of the week. Rankings and highlights.

California week on DyeStatCal -
DyeStatCal Athletes of the Week
Mar Vista jr Troy Swier and Murrieta Valley jr Liza Pasciuto.
DyeStatCal Coaches of the Week
Boys - Jim White of McFarland. Girls - Dave DeLong of Canyon Country

Woodbridge Inv - Michael Haddan 14:25 3m (Babey Wagnew 14:51) and Liza Pasciuto 17:31 (Bethany Nickless 17:33). Top team times: Murrieta Valley girls 91:19 and Poly Long Beach boys 77:51. (photo by Eric Pedersen
Mt. Carmel Inv - Fastest of day on 2.75 mile course: Emily McGregor AZ 15:25, Clara Rethmeier CA 15:36, Philip Reid CA 14:59, Troy Swier CA 15:04.
40th Nevada Union Inv - Course records shattered by Liberty Christian CA sr Tim Nelson 15:24 3m (was 16:01) and Laguna Creek jr Rachel Bryan 18:11 (was 19:16) Reno sweeps combined team scores.
South Bay Challenge - West Torrance boys and Peninsula girls win. Individual winners are Olga Aulet-Leon of Peninsula in 18:22 2.97m and Jose Gonzalezof Narbonne in 15:29

Mike Kennedy's Foot Locker West preview

Zoe Nelson
and Lauren Jespersen tabbed as favorites.

DE Lake Forest Inv - Large schools: Salesianum DE boys 48, Caesar Rodney DE girls 51. Small schools: Archmere boys 49, Maryvale girls 74.

FL Inv -Near dead heat - Ryan Deak catches Ryder Leary at the finish line, both timed in 15:23 5k. Leary led Deak, Steven Hassen and Sam Vazquez until before Deak made up 30 meters in the last 300 meters. Florida #3 boys team Bishop Kenny 89 upsets Florida #1 Winter Park and Floriday #2 Maclay to win team title. In the girls race, US#13 Our Lady of Lourdes FL was beaten by Holy Trinity, a team made up of mostly middle schoolers, 110-138. Cocoa Beach's Elly Kabboord runs 18:36 to win by nearly 30 seconds

FL Spanish River Inv- Host Spanish River, Florida¹s #1 team, wins 24-96 over Cooper City.

GA Gwinnett County Invitational - Brookwood sweeps "clash of the titans in the hotbed of GA Cross Country."

ID Pre-State, Farragut SP, Couer d'Alene ID - Top teams warm up on difficult 5k state meet course. Meridian Boise sweeps Division A team titles. Division B winners are Bonners Ferry girls and McCall-Donnelly boys. Fastest individuals of the day: Skyline sr David Jankowski 16:33 and Gonzaga Prep sr Shannon Bell 19:29.

IL Illinois week by - Super junior Matt Withrow (Andrew H.S.) beat a strong field in 14:41 in the Richard Spring Inv over the 2.97 mile state meet course at Peoria Detweiler Park. Meghan Braffet (Normal West H.S.) won the girls race by 36 seconds in an outstanding time of 16:59. She was unchallenged after a mile. She is already being tabbed the favorite for the state meet.

KS Kansas week by Anthony Bozarth -- Adam Perkins and Liberty MO boys 30 dominate top Midwestern field at Rimrock Farm, with all 7 runners in top 31 and Perkins winning in 16:02 over hilly 5k course; Jenks OK was just as dominant in the girls race with 3 of the top 4 finishers led by Brianna McLeod's 14:41 4k repeat win. Blue Valley West's Paul Hefferon 16:52 5k conquers ultra-hilly Pierson Park, including the infamous "Goat Trail," in Turner Invitational. Mallory Champa 12:37 leads Clearwater to 69-84 win over Halstead at Bluestem.

KY Trinity Invitational - South Oldham KY boys 52 rode the 1-2 punch of jr Ondre Puskar 15:34 5k and Kal Clark 15:38.
KY Franklin County Invitational - Butler Louisville sr Jacob Buckman 15:55 5k. Ballard jr Julie Yonts 19:00. Oldham County boys 108 (Paul Dunbar 109). Campbell County girls 51.
KY Valkyrie Classic - Mercy Academy Louisville soph Carmen Mims 18:00 5k.

MA 7th Amherst Invitational - Amherst jr Amber Sayer took 28 seconds off the course record set by 1997 state champion Lauren Matthews. Sayer left the field in her wake with a 5:21 mile and 11:08 2-mile pace before cruising home in 18:03 5k. Runner-up Julie Mills 18:44 led Keene NH to the team title over Amherst, 51-53. Wachusett sr Dan Sullivan 15:53 also got a course record by 3 seconds and led his team to an impressive team title 46-52 over Amherst.
MA Sara Powell 17:30 3m in Foxborough dual meet.

MD - Bull Run Invitational - Elite division winners: Lauren Centrowicz 19:33, Pat Bailey 16:14, Bryn Mawr girls 69, Northwest boys 89 (Northeast #10 C.M. Wright 93). Teams from 6states and DC. Meet held on Maryland state meet course at Hereford HS; extremely hilly and difficult.

MI Spartan Invitational - Midwest #7 Clarkston MI girls, led by soph Liz Mengyan 's 4th place finish, beat Rockford MI, 54-80 in Div 1; Rockford still without injured star Nikki Bohnsack. Colerain Cincinnati OH claims 1-2 individually with sr Andrea Maas 18:15 5k and soph Brittany Detzel 18::45. Milford MI jr Dan Derusha 15:41 5k leads US#14 Milford MI 59 to Div 1 boys team title. Kelloggsville jr Nicole Bush 18:46 wins Div 2.
MI OK Silver Jamboree - Kelloggsville MI jr Nicole Bush 17:57 5k won at Grand Rapids, with Allendale MI soph Jamie Watson second in 18:17.

MO Southern Stampede - West Plains MO boys, newly ranked US#3 in The Harrier, packed their 7 runners in the top 15 to win with 27 points, led by race winner Josh Harper 15:15 5k. West Plains girls completed the sweep with a 22 point score, placing their 7 in the top 18, led by Jennifer Harper 18:40. Russellville AR, the US#7 ranked boys team, was 4th.

NC Wolfpack Invitational - hilly, 5240 meter course at North Carolina State U. Mt Tabor NC girls 75. Jordan Durham NC jr Katie Merrill 19:40. South View boys 71 (Leesville Road 82, Mt Tabor 94), led by Robert Longoria in 6th place . Mt. Tabor NC sr Matt Debole won the boys race in 16:36.

NJ - Hawthorne Christian sr Lindsay Van Alstine broke a seemingly invulnerable record in winning the Season Opener at Mahwah in 17:38 5k by 2.5 minutes. That was 11 seconds faster than the old record set in 1993 by Jenna Rogers, later an All-American at Dartmouth; no one had been within 20 seconds of the record until Friday 9/20. "I was hoping to break 18 [minutes] but it was so hot that I'm amazed I did it," Van Alstine told Paul Schwartz of the Bergen Record. Her legs were sore from navigating the soft sand around a lake.
NJ Cherokee Challenge - Senior winners are Haddonfield Memorial sr Chris Platt 9:32 3200 meters and Toms River East sr Jen Blank 11:54. Fastest girls of day are two freshmen: Haddonfield Memorial's Vanessa Wright 11:38 and Willingboro's Brittnee Bynoe 11:52.
NJ Monmouth Battlefield - Red Bank seniors Amanda and Katy Trotter finished together in 19:35 5k.

NM Coaches poll Sep 24 - Still #1: Albuquerque Academy boys and Los Alamos girls.

NV Sierra Invitational - Cheyenne boys 90. Palo Verde girls 47. Chapparal jr Patrick Swick 12:48 2.5m. Cimmaron Memorial sr Natasha Wicks 14:54.

NY New York week by George Febles, - Brendan Fennell sets meet record 14:57 3m in Suffern Inv at Bear Mountain State Park. Shoreham-Wading River's Toni Ann Salucci is top girl in 18:13. Siblings Beth and Mark Alizzi win matching golds, the latter blazing to meet record 12:53 in Regis Inv at Van Cortlandt Park.
NY New York Boys Team Rankings Sep 22 - Tom Cuffe's Fabulous Five are 1-Shenendehowa, 2-Northport, 3-Kellenberg, 4- Commack, 5-Sauquoit Valley
New York Girls Team Rankings Sep 22 - Dan Doherty's leaders: Class A - Saratoga, B - Honeoye Falls-Lima, C - Skaneateles, and D - Argyle.
NY New York City Boys Team Rankings Sep 24 - Monsignor Farrell is #1 and CHSAA takes top 5 spots in Tom Cuffe's list.
Selling Cross Country in your high school - coach Jim Vermuelen tells how it's done.

OH Pickerington Inv - Hudson jr Wesley Smith reeled off his second straight sub-15 minute 5k with a 14:54 victory, with Reynoldsburg jr John Ealy 2nd in 15:25. Smith split a 4:24 mile and 9:26 2 miles en route to a 23-second improvement on his time this same course a year ago. Last week, Smith ran 14:56 at Strongsville.
Van Wert Inv - Minster jr Sunni Olding 17:52 5k won again and led her team to victory with 22 points, 99 better than second place. The Minster girls continue one the best records in the country, with this year's juniors and seniors undefeated as a group since 7th grade and gunning for their 4th straight Ohio state championship.
OH St. Xavier Invitational - Ohio powers met in a tuneup for the state meet, with Davidson Hilliard boys 55 and Turpin Cincinnati girls 38 coming out on top. Davidson found a stronger fifth man in 25th place as they beat host St. Xavier 60 and Middletown 87. All three teams now head to Charlotte for the Great American. Turpin girls avenged their 2-point loss to Davidson at the Midwest Meet of Champions with a 2-point win here led by Corey Randall's 18:11 first place. Carolyn Rauen, with a knee injury, was third for Turpin at 18:18. All five Davidson scorers were in a 16-second pack from 6th to 10th. Boys winner was Strongsville sr Chris Kollar 15:27 5k.

OR Oregon Week 9/21 - Mike McGrath 15:48 at Saxon Inv. Lauren Jespersen 16:38 at Southern Conference.
OR Coaches Poll 9/24 - Grant boys and St. Mary's girls lead 4A lists.

PA Pennsylvania week by Don Rich, PennTrackXC - Freshman Katie Kelly wins Briarwood (Cickay 5th), North Penn girls and Hunterdon Central NJ boys win. Eric & Brian Soder 1-2 again at Allegheny. Jesi Christiansen wins again at Lakeview.

RI Woonsocket Call Inv - Blackstone Millville MA sr Adam Tenerowicz hammered the field in a meet and course record 15:51 5k on a hot, humid, hilly course.

TX Coaches Poll #5 - The Woodlands boys, Southlake Carroll girls still on top.

UT Murray Invitational - Davis sweeps team titles in 40-team field. US#4 Davis boys 95 (Judge Memorial 105). Unranked Davis girls 56 to 103 for both US#22 Fremont and US#24 Orem. Orem sr Amber Harper shook off a sick stomach and won by 21 seconds in 17:37 3m. Lone Peak sr Brandon Hebbert 15:25 and St. Joseph Catholic sr Nick McKay 15:30 surprised a field of better known runners. Weber sr Steve Shepherd 15:40 was 5th and Hurricane sr Tony Jones 15:49 was 7th.

VA Lake Fairfax Invitational - Hot, very difficult course. Brian Buckland 16:41 5k and Westfield boys 42. Hayfield girls 50. Stonewall Jackson VA jr Kristin Milot 19:54.
VA Woodberry Forest Invitational - Fork Union Military Academy sr Andrew Keino 15:51 5k. Lake Braddock sr Kelly Swain 19:52.
VA Virginia Tech Inv - Rockbridge's John Crews won by 41 seconds in 14:24 for 4600 meters. Jennifer Boyd of Hickory won the girls race in 17:42.

WA Highlander Inv - Flathead MT soph sensation Zoe Nelson won in 13:52 2.5m, first girl ever to break 14 minutes on the Spokane Shadle Park course. Nelson was 48 seconds ahead of Mead WA sr Jamie Geissler, Washington 3200-meter champion. "I want to be undefeated in the season and set course records in each race," Nelson told the Spokane Spokesman-Review newspaper in an article entitled "Not Your Average Zoe." Zoe has done just that in her first four races of the cross country season. Flathead's girls, ranked 8th in the West by The Harrier, backed up Zoe's performance to win the team title with 68 points, a margin of 78 over 2nd place Mt. Spokane. Shadle Park WA sr Rich Nelson had the fastest boys time of the day at 12:27.

WI Stevens Point WI sr Chris Solinsky won two 5k's this week in course record times. At Schofield WI on Tuesday 15:20 on a hilly course with high humidity. At the 47th Smiley Inv at Wausau on Saturday, 15:32 to win by 49 seconds and lead Stevens Point to the team title with 94 points. Stevens Point girls 87 also won. Smiley results in Wausau Daily Herald

DyeStat Foot Locker Favorites - Start with the top returning runners from last year's meet, add the best mile and 2-Mile times last spring, and mix with care. You have the DyeStat Foot Locker Favorites, our picks of the top 20 contenders per region for the coveted 8 tickets to San Diego for the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships national finals.

Nike Athletes of the Year
presented by DyeStat
the dominant high school track and field athletes of 2001-2002 - the 2002 Nike Athletes of the Year


DyeStat Featured Meets
Meets that will be covered in depth by DyeStat in 2002-2003
* = DyeStat on-site meet

  • * Sep 7 - Midwest Meet of Champions, Hilliard OH
  • * Sep 21 - Iolani Invitational, Kualoa HI
  • * Sep 27-28 - Great American Cross Country Festival, Charlotte NC
  • * Oct 5 - Portage Invitational - Portage MI
  • * Oct 12 - Manhattan Invitational, Van Cortlandt Park, NYC
  • * Oct 25-26 - Mt. SAC Invitational, Walnut CA
  • * Nov 17 - OR-WA BorderClash, Nike World Headquarters, Beaverton OR
  • INDOOR 2003
  • * Dec 21 - Bishop Loughlin Games - New York Armory
  • * Dec 27 - Holiday Classic - New York Armory
  • * Jan 11 - Hispanic Games - New York Armory
  • * Jan 25 - New Balance Games - New York Armory
  • * Feb 7 - Millrose Games - Madison Square Garden NYC
  • * Feb 8 - Colgate Women's Games - Madison Square Garden NYC
  • * Feb 13-15 - Simplot Games - Pocatello ID
  • * Mar 15-16 - Nike Indoor Classic - Landover MD
  • OUTDOOR 2003
  • * Mar 28-29 - Sugar Bowl Classic - New Orleans LA
  • * Apr 4-5 - Mobile Challenge of Champions - Mobile AL
  • * Apr 11-12 - Arcadia Invitational - Arcadia CA
  • * Apr 24-26 - Penn Relays - Philadelphia PA
  • * June 13-14 - adidas Outdoor Championships - Raleigh NC
  • * June 19-22 - USATF Nationals - Palo Alto CA
  • June 28-29 - 1st National Decathlon/Heptathlon Ch. - Albuquerque NM
  • July - USATF Junior Olympics
  • August - AAU Junior Olympics


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