NSIC
National Scholastic Indoor Championships
presented by the Metropolitan Athletics Congress

March 11-13, 2005 at the New York Armory
a DyeStat featured meet - on-site coverage by Don Rich

Complete Results
Friday Results
Saturday Results

Winners' Table
NSIC v. NIN

Photos on each day's report page:

Friday - Saturday - Sunday

Matt Soja's Reports:
Friday - Saturday - Sunday

Don Rich's Summaries:
Saturday -
Sunday:
Records are made to be broken. But isn't it nice when they last awhile?

So where's Nicole? (How four underclassmen step up and discover their power) - by Don Rich

2005 NSIC
Academic All-American Team

Final Instructions

Previews
Entries
Schedule
Prior years - DyeStat coverage since 1998

the meet's own web site -
NY Armory coverage

Sunday: Long Beach Poly CA USR 1:26.09 4x200

4x400: West Catholic 3:41.94 4x400 US#1 and 3rd best all-time with Nicole Leach anchor, Long Beach Poly 3:17.10 US#1 - 400: Nicole Leach, West Catholic PA 53.04 US#1 and #3 all-time behind her #2 52.19, McCombs, Bryant JR Matawan, NJ 47.37 breaking William Reed's junior class record of 47.69 - Justin Craddock, NY 1:51.36 US#1, 4th best all-time, NY State Record, Thomas, Latavia West Catholic PA 2:07.10 US#2, missing Joetta Clark's junior class record by just half a second. - 4x200 Long Beach Poly 3:17.10 US#1 - TJ: Brittany Daniels CA 43-04.25 #3 all-time - 4x800: Shaker NY improves own #3 all-time to 7:42.84, Colts Neck NJ 7:47.69 - Suffern NY girls 9:11.07 US#5 - Justin Craddock, NY 1:51.36 US#1, 4th best all-time, NY State Record - Mile: Dan McManamon, NY, 4:13.44 - Chantelle Dron NH Homeschooled 4:55.46 - Harts, Trey JR, Lake Charles, LA 21.25 (21.23 trials) -Collins, Ebony SO Long Beach CA, 23.78 US#2 - 4x200: Long Beach CA (Wilson) 1:36.82 (improve own US#1) - Christopher Diaz, TX wins 2nd 1 Mile Race Walk in two days with 6:51.72 after taking NTN Saturday - Tina Peters, 7:33.67 -

Saturday: - Nicole Leach, West Catholic, 53.67 400Q - Shana Woods, CA 20-10.00 US#1 LJ in Pentathlon is 7th best performance and 4th best performer ever, and just misses breaking her own Pentathlon meet record, teammate Terrance Austin 3,786 (both are juniors) - Santana Lowery, JR Starkville, MS fastest 60 and 200 Trials, 7.45 US#1- 23.96Q US#2, #17 all-time -

Friday: West Catholic (sans Nicole Leach) runs 3:56.47 SMR behind 2:09.7 anchor by Latavia Thomas - #4 all-time - Seven boys SMRs beat current US#1 with St. Benedict's NJ 3:29.31 -

Preview - NSIC claims eight national record holders, 13 returning champions and 15 U.S. #1 ranked athletes -
Field - Sprints - Distance - Relays

Entries - as of Wednesday evening.

Changes for 2005: Athletes will be allowed to wear their own uniforms instead of state uniforms. A shuttle hurdle relay has been added.

 

Daily Summaries:

Sunday - Long Beach Poly CA USR 1:26.09 4x200

4x400: West Catholic 3:41.94 4x400 US#1 and 3rd best all-time with Nicole Leach as anchor - Long Beach Poly 3:17.10 US#1 - 400: Nicole Leach, West Catholic PA 53.04 US#1 and #3 all-time behind her #2 52.19, McCombs, Bryant JR Matawan, NJ 47.37 breaking William Reed's junior class record of 47.69 - Justin Craddock, NY 1:51.36 US#1, 4th best all-time, NY State Record, Thomas, Latavia West Catholic PA 2:07.10 US#2, missing Joetta Clark's junior class record by just half a second. - 4x200 Long Beach Poly 3:17.10 US#1 - TJ:Brittany Daniels CA 43-04.25 #3 all-time - 4x800: Shaker NY improve own US#3 all-time 7:42.84-Colts Neck NJ 7:47.69, Suffern NY 9:11.07 US#5 - Justin Craddock, NY 1:51.36 US#1, 4th best all-time, NY State Record - Mile: Dan McManamon, NY, 4:13.44, Chantelle Dron NH Homeschooled 4:55.46 - 200: Harts, Trey JR, Lake Charles, LA 21.25 (21.23 trials) -Collins, Ebony SO Long Beach CA, 23.78 US#2 - 4x200: Long Beach CA (Wilson) 1:36.82 (improve own US#1) - Aislinn Ryan NY Warwick Valley 10:26.64, Guor Majak, Concord NH 9:20.69 - Christopher Diaz, TX wins 2nd 1 Mile Race Walk in two days with 6:51.72 after taking NTN Saturday - Tina Peters, 7:33.67 -

Saturday - 400: Nicole Leach, West Catholic PA 53.67Q, - Shana Woods, CA 20-10.00 US#1 LJ in Pentathlon is 7th best performance and 4th best performer ever, and just misses breaking her own Pentathlon meet record as teammate Terrance Austin wins boys' Pentathlon with 3,786 points - Santana Lowery, JR Starkville, MS fastest 60 and 200 Trials, 7.45 US#1- 23.96Q US#2, #17 all-time - Trey Harts, JR, Lake Charles, LA 21.23Q US#1 - Mary Saxer, Lancaster NY 13-06.25 PV after one good look at 14-00.50. She's "likely" to take another crack at the record in Maryland at NIN Sunday - 4x200 Trial: Long Beach CA (Wilson) 1:37.20q (improve own US#1), Speed City LB (Poly) CA 1:27.28Q US#1 - Simon Gratz PA 1:28.00 - 4xMile: Mountain View UT 17:58.11, Monsignor Farrell NY 17:58.64, Runnin' Gear (Clarkston MI) 20:25.81 Meet Record - 60 Hurdles: Clemons, Mycaiah, SR, New Kensington, PA 8.73Q, Ryder, Jamie London OT, 8.15Q Semis - 60 Trials: Carter, Nesta SR unattached 6.87Q Semis - John Hickey, NY, 63-02.00 SP - PV Qualifiers: 15 at 13-06.00 -

Friday - West Catholic (sans Nicole Leach) runs 3:56.47 SMR behind 2:09.7 anchor by Latavia Thomas - #4 all-time - Seven boys teams better US#1 SMR with St. Benedict's NJ 3:29.31 - In the first 4x55 Shuttle Hurdles Relay at NSIC,
Irvington
NJ boys (right) run a US#1 30.82 - New Rochelle NY girls win in 35.09
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WINNERS TABLE
BOYS
EVENT
GIRLS

Justin Warner, SR Markham, ON 6.79 - Nesta Carter, Unattached, 6.89

60

Lynne Lane, JR New Rochelle, NY 7.43 takes US#1 from Santana Lowery Starkville MS who had it one day after 7.45 semi

Harts, Trey JR, Lake Charles, LA 21.25 (21.23 trials)
200
Collins, Ebony SO Long Beach CA, 23.78 US#2
McCombs, Bryant JR Matawan, NJ 47.37 breaking William Reed's junior class record of 47.69
400
Nicole Leach, West Catholic PA 53.04 US#1 and #3 all-time behind her #2 52.19
Justin Craddock, NY 1:51.36 US#1, 4th best all-time, NY State Record
800
Thomas, Latavia West Catholic PA 2:07.10 US#2
Dan McManamon, NY, 4:13.44 -
Mile
Chantelle Dron NH Homeschooled 4:55.46
Guor Majak, Concord NH 9:20.69
2 Mile

Aislinn Ryan NY Warwick Valley 10:26.64

Ige, Mohamud JR denver, CO 14:53.10
5000
Hintz, Cassie JR Stillwater, ME 17:12.27
Alex Reid, Middletown, NY 8.13
60H
Holder, Nikkita SR Pickering, ON 8.59 - Young, Trier Neptune NJ 8.73
Nick Ponomarenko, Concord MA 6-10
HJ
McPherson, Inika SR port arthur, TX 1.81m 5-11.25
Gatson, Francois SR Shreveport, LA 7.20m 23-07.50
LJ
Brooks, Kenyette SR Jackson, LA 6.12m 20-01.00
Francois Gatson, Shrevesport LA 47-09.50
TJ
Brittany Daniels CA 43-04.25 #3 all-time
Brian Duggan, Farrell NY 16-02.00
PV
Mary Saxer, Lancaster NY 13-06.25
John Hickey, NY, 63-02.00
SP
Andrews, Kaitlyn Goergetown, ON 13.01m 42-08.25
Walter Henning, 69-08.50
WT
Kimberly Williams, 49-01
Irvington High School 'A' 30.82
55m-Shuttle
Hurdles
New Rochelle Senior High Schoo 'A' 35.09
Long Beach Poly CA USR 1:26.09
4x200
Long Beach CA (Wilson) 1:36.82 (improve own US#1)
Long Beach Poly 3:17.10 US#1
4x400
West Catholic 3:41.94 4x400 US#1 and 3rd best all-time
Shaker NY improve own US#3 all-time 7:42.84-Colts Neck NJ 7:47.69
4x800
Suffern NY 9:11.07 US#5
Mountain View UT 17:58.11 - Monsignor Farrell NY 17:58.64
4xMile
Runnin' Gear (Clarkston MI) 20:25.81 Meet Record
Colts Neck H.S. 'A' 10:16.42
DMR
Warwick Valley Central High Sc 'A' 11:52.53
St. Benedict's Prep 'A' 3:29.31
SMR
West Catholic High School 'A' 3:56.47
Christopher Diaz, TX 6:51.72
Walk
Tina Peters, 7:33.67
Austin, Terrance JR Long Beach, CA 3,786
Pentathlon
Woods, Shana JR Long Beach, CA 3,827

 

 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact:	   Jude Massillon 917-545-7099 [email protected]	


2005 Academic- All American Team Selection

NEW YORK CITY, March 27, 2005 -- The USA Track and Field Metropolitan Association, hosted the 2005 National Scholastic Indoor Track and Field Championships (NSIC), more than 3,000 of the world's top high school and junior international athletes, spanning the globe from Alaska to Australia, vigorously trained to battle for the NSIC title in their respective events.

Showcased on March 11-13, 2005 , at The New Balance track and field center @ the armory in New York City , home of the National Track and Field Hall of Fame, this renowned track meet draws thousands of youth athletics enthusiasts and the highest caliber of amateur level competitors annually to its 23-event line up.

This year's stellar class of athletes included some of the finest student athletes in the country.

Our National Scholastic Academic All American Team is a tribute to some of the finest student athletes we have ever had the pleasure of selecting. They are :

The National Scholastic Academic All-America Team

  1. Reginald Smith  -Bishop McGuiness Catholic HS Kennersville ,NC
  2. Michael Kazmierczak -Holy Trinity HS Hicksville NY
  3. Jared Huske- Highland Park HS Topeka Kansas
  4. Evelyn Wing— Valley Christian HS San Jose California
  5. Idara Otu Middle College High School Brooklyn NY
  6. Caitlyn Thompson –Classical HS Providence Rhode Island
  7. Kristin Fladseth --  Maria Carrillo Hs Santa Rosa Ca
  8. Antoinette Cobb – West Feliciana HS Saint Francisville, Louisiana
  9. Julia Broome- Classical HS Providence Rhode Island
  10. Elizabeth Jenke Menlo HS Atherton Ca  

 

Home of National Records
The New York Armory, with its super quick banked track (now on its fourth Mondo layer), is the home of national records. Six were set at NSIC last year, led by the sensational 20.69 200 meters run by Xavier (the X-man) Carter.
Xavier Carter finishes record 200m last year
Heidi Magill anchors DMR record
for Mountain View UT

 

 

Schedule

Friday

Field Events

12:00 PM G Long Jump Final

1:00 PM G Pole Vault Trial

2:00 PM G Shot Put Final

2:30 PM G High Jump Final

2:30 PM B High Jump Final

2:30 PM B Long Jump Final

Track Events

9:50 AM B Shuttle Hurdle Relay Final

10:10 AM G Shuttle Hurdle Relay Final

10:30 AM B 60m Hurdle Trial

11:00 AM G 60m Hurdle Trial

11:30 AM B 60m Trial

12:00 PM G 60m Trial

12:30 PM B 5000m Final

1:00 PM G 5000m Final

1:30 PM B SMR Final

2:15 PM G SMR Final

3:00 PM B DMR Final

3:30 PM G DMR Final

4:00 PM B 4x400m Trials

4:30 PM G 4x400m Trials

 

 

Saturday

Field Events

10:30 AM B Shot Put Final

11:00 AM G Pole Vault Final

2:00 PM B Pole Vault Trial

Track Events

11:00 AM B 60m Hurdle Semi

11:15 AM G 60m Hurdle Semi

12:00 PM B 60m Semi

12:15 PM G 60m Semi

12:30 PM B 200m Trial

1:10 PM G 200m Trial

1:50 PM B 4xMile Final

2:45 PM B 4x200m Trial

3:10 PM G 4x200m Trial

3:30 PM G 4xMile Final

4:00 PM B 400m Trial

4:40 PM G 400m Trial

Saturday

Pentathlon

10:30 AM B 60m Hurdles

11:30 AM B Long Jump

1:30 PM B Shot Put

3:30 PM B High Jump

5:30 PM B 1000m

11:30 AM G 60m Hurdles

1:00 PM G High Jump

3:00 PM G Shot Put

4:30 PM G Long Jump

6:00 PM G 800m

Sunday

Field Events

9:00 AM G Triple Jump Final

9:00 AM B Weight Throw Final

12:00 PM B Pole Vault Final

12:00 PM B Triple Jump Final

11:30 AM G Weight Throw Final

Track Events

9:00 AM B 4x800m Final

9:30 AM G 4x800m Final

10:00 AM Opening Ceremony

10:30 AM B 1 Mile Final

11:00 AM G 1 Mile Final

11:30 AM B 400m Final

11:40 AM G 400m Final

11:50 AM B 60m Hurdle Final

12:00 PM G 60m Hurdle Final

12:10 PM B 60m Final

12:20 PM G 60m Final

12:30 PM B Race Walk Final

12:45 PM G Race Walk Final

1:00 PM B 200m Final

1:10 PM G 200m Final

1:20 PM B 800m Final

1:40 PM G 800m Final

2:00 PM B 4x200m Final

2:15 PM G 4x200m Final

2:25 PM B 2 Mile Final

2:50 PM G 2 Mile Final

3:15 PM B 4x400m Final

3:20 PM G 4x400m Final

 

 

2005 National Scholastic Indoor T&F Championships - Final Instructions


These are your final instructions for the 2005 National Scholastic Indoor Track & Field Championships. Information concerning the registration process is explained in detail. This year we will be pre-packaging all entries in the meet. Therefore, we expect the registration process to move quickly & efficiently. If you have questions not addressed here, please feel free to call the MAC Office for further information (718-488-5711). Good luck with the remainder of your season, and I look forward to seeing you in New York.
Sincerely,
Dorothy Clinton (co-Meet Director)
Adam Sanford (co-Meet Director)

NSIC Souvenir Singlet Athletes can compete in their own competition uniforms. Relay teams must wear matching uniforms. Each competitor will receive a souvenir NSIC singlet.

Heat Sheets/Programs A copy of the heat sheet for each athlete’s event (s) will be available on the bulletin boards at the balcony level. Programs and daily heat sheets with results and qualifiers will be sold each day at the registration area: $6.00 for a program $3.00 for the daily heat sheets.

Packet Pick-up and Registration:
Packet pick-up at meet headquarters is on Thurs. only, 3/10/05 (7:00pm-11:00pm)
LaGuardia Marriott Hotel (meet headquarters)
102-05 Ditmars Blvd, East Elmhurst, NY

The Armory Track and Field Center Packet-pick-up is on the following days:

Fri., 3/11/05 (8:00am-3:30pm) Sat., 3/12/05 (8:00am-4:00pm) Sun., 3/13/05 (Beginning at 7:30am)
The New Balance Track & Field Center, at the Armory (Ground Floor)
168th Street & Fort Washington Avenue, New York, NY

Race Numbers Your race number can be found in your packet and is to be worn on the front of your singlet. Your race number can be found on the list of currently entered athletes on our web page. A list of competitor’s numbers will also be posted at the registration area.
Unpaid Fees No competition numbers will be given until all fees are paid.

USA Track & Field Membership Cards
All participants must have a valid 2005 USATF card with them at packet pick-up. If you are unable to provide proof of a 2005 card, you will need to purchase one at registration for $20.00.

Thursday Workouts At The Armory Track Athletes may work out at the Armory Track and Field Center on Thursday, March 10th, 2005

Declarations/Scratches Entrants unable to attend the Championship or not competing in an event(s) please Email or Fax the MAC office between March 7th & March 10th at [email protected] or Fax (718)488-5677. On Friday-Sunday additional scratches may be made at the packet pick-up area.

Sprint Medley Relay The order for the SMR will be 200-200-400-800, and will be a three turn stagger.

200/400/4x200/4x400 Heat sheets includes an alphabetical list of participants in these events .Athletes must check-in at least 30 minutes before the event. At that time scratches will be noted and the clerk will draw for heats and lanes. In both the 400 and 4x400 the fastest twelve times will advance to a two section final on time. The fastest six will run last with empty lanes to be filled from the slower section; the lanes will subsequently be redrawn. In the 200 and 4x200 the fastest twelve will advance to a three section final on time. The two fastest non-qualifiers will be listed along with the finalists. In the event one of the finalist scratches, we will allow the two fastest non-qualifiers to run in their place. Athletes who check-in late for these four events will be assigned to empty lanes if available.

200m The top twelve athletes in the 200m will return to a three section final of four.

400m The top twelve athletes in the 400m will return to a two section final of six.

4x200m The top twelve teams in the 4x200m will return to a three section final of four.

4x400m The top twelve teams in the 4x400m will return to a two section final of six

Pole Vault Automatic Advancement
Girls that have previously jumped 12’5 will automatically advance to the final. Boys that have previously jumped 16’ will automatically advance to the final.

Pole Vault Advancement to the Finals
An additional twelve pole vaulters will qualify for the finals, from the trials the previous day.

Pole Vaulters Pole Vaulters traveling by air
must make their own arrangements to get their poles to and from their hotels. The poles may also be transported on the meet shuttle buses.

Tentative Starting Heights Starting heights are 4‘11” and 5’8” respectively for the Girls and Boys High Jump and 9’1.75” and 13’.25” for the Pole Vault. Height progressions will be announced by the event’s Chief Official at the start of the competition. He/She also has the right to change the opening heights if, for any reason he/she believes it to be in the best interest of the competition.

Clerking for running events will be done in the clerking area outside the first curve. All athletes should check in immediately upon arrival at the track. The athletes may then warm-up. About twenty minutes before their event is conducted, athletes should report back to the clerking area for the final time before being escorted to the track or field area. Clerking for field events will take place at the competition area for each event.

Weight Throwers Weight throwers may pick up their registration packets at Manhattan College the day of the event.

Wristbands Credentials
Wristband credentials for the athletes are in their packets. Coach’s wristbands (based upon the number of athletes entered from a team, 1 per 5 athletes) will be given out at registration. Wristbands must be worn at all times! Please note: Wristbands must be worn for the duration of the three days of the meet! (They are waterproof.) No replacement bands will be issued. Note: 1 coaching wristband for every five athletes competing for a school.

Warm-up (Competition Days)
Warm-ups are restricted to outside (weather permitting) and the warm-up areas (on the second floor) at the Armory. Only banded coaches & athletes will be permitted in the warm-up areas. There is no warming up on the track once the meet begins.

After Competing On Fri., Sat., & Sun.,
upon conclusion of their competitions each athlete will be escorted off the track to where their sweats will be waiting. Field event competitors will be escorted off the field periodically after they have been eliminated until there are just eight competitors remaining.

Weigh-In All personal shot puts / weights (SP: Indoor variety only; weights: the “bag” only) must be weighed in. Only implements meeting all specifications can be used in the competition. Once weighed in, an approved implement will be impounded until the start of the competition and can be used by ANYBODY in the competition. Weigh-in will begin one hour before each competition at the throwing circle.

Results Complete results of the meet are available on-line at the MAC website

Awards The top 6 finishers in each event receive NSIC medals. There will be an awards ceremony immediately after each final on Friday, Saturday, & Sunday. Winners will be escorted directly from the finish line or field event area to the awards stand. National Championship Rings are being given to each winner (including relays) with sizing done at the awards desk. The top 6 finishers attending US schools in all events will be named to the “National Scholastic HS Indoor All-American Team”. All-American Certificates and All-American T-shirts can be picked up at the awards holding area at the conclusion of the event award ceremony. If a national, class or meet record is broken the athlete and coach will each receive a championship ring.

Protests All protests must be filed in writing with the referee within 15 minutes of the announcement of the results. All protests must be accompanied by $25.00 in cash. If the protest is upheld your money will be returned.

Spikes Up to a 1/4” inch pyramid or Xmas tree style spikes are permitted in all competition areas. All shoes will be checked. Spikes will be available at Packet pick-up/Registration at the Armory, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday.

Seating All athletes and coaches must use the balcony level seating. Coaches are not permitted on the track level, including the clerking area, backstretch and along the railing. Seating on the backstretch will be reserved for VIPs, college coaches and the working press.

Concessions 2005 NSIC T-shirts will be sold at the meet headquarters and at the Super Runner Store located on third floor of the Armory track & Field Center. Programs and heat sheets will be sold at the Armory beginning 9:00am Friday. The hospitality suite @ the LaGuardia Marriott will also be selling heat sheets, programs, and t-shirts. Complimentary snacks will be available as well as athlete giveaways.

Parking The closest parking lot to the Amory can be found at the corner of Fort Washington Street and 165th Street.

Getting to and from LaGuardia Airport
Express Buses
718-875-8200
• To/From Grand Central Station; every 15 to 30 minutes, from 7:20am-11pm; trip time is approximately 45 minutes (longer during peak hours).
• To/From Port Authoruty Bus Terminal; every 20 minutes; from 7:20am-11pm; trip time is approximately 45 minutes (longer during peak hours).
• To/From New York Penn Station; every 60 minutes; 8am-8pm; trip time is approximately 40 minutes (longer during peak hours).
• Prices range from $10-$12

Supershuttle Manhattan
800-358-5826
• Anywhere between Battery Park and 227th Street including all hotels, call 800-358-5826 to request a pick-up on a shared mini-bus
• Prices range from $15-$22.

Taxi Service
Service is available at taxi stands at the airport curb from uniformed taxi drivers and airport personnel.
• $21 and up depending on origin/destination, plus tax, tip and tolls.

Triboro Coach Buses
718-335-1000
• Q33 bus: to/from all terminals except Marine Air Terminal. Connects with E,F,G,R,V and 7 subway trains.
• Q47 bus: to/from from Marine Air Terminal. Connects with E,F,R,V and 7 subway trains.
• $1 during off-peak hours, $1.50 during peak hours

Limousine Services
• Super Saver by Carmel; 800-924-9954 or 212-666-6666
• Tel Aviv Car & Limo Service; 800-222-9888 or 212-777-7777
• Westchester Express; 800-910-5466 or 201-997-7368
• Classic Limousine; 800-666-4949 or 631-567-5100

Metro Transit Authority (MTA) Bus
718-330-1234
• M60 Bus: to/from 125th St. transfer to/from the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, A, C or D subway trains at 125th St.
• $2 On Metro Card

 

Prior Years

  • 2004 - Six national records - Xavier Carter 20.69 200m, Briana Jackucewicz 16:43.02 5000m, Shenendehowa NY boys 17:25.98 4xMile, Poly Long Beach CA girls 3:38.91 4x400, Mountain View UT girls 11:35.43 DMR, and Shana Woods 3846 pentathlon.
  • 2003 - National records set by Poly Long Beach CA (4x200), Reggie Witherspoon (400), Donovan Kilmartin (pentathlon). Mountain View UT girls just miss (DMR).
  • 2002 - Five national records for second straight year, with Sanya Richards breaking both the 200 and 400 records. Also Samantha Shepard (PV), Red Bank NJ girls (DMR), and Deep Creek VA boys (4x200).
  • 2001 - Five national records, including two by Angel Perkins (200 and 400) within 90 minutes. Brendan Christian (21.02) and Glen McFadden (21.05) each beat the 200 record in an epic finish. Also Samantha Shepard (PV) and Wilson Long Beach CA girls (SMR).
  • 2000 - Doubles by Sanya Richards, William Penn PA girls, Emily Kroshus, Dwight Thomas and Leevan Sands.
  • 1999 - First year of dual national meets (NIC started in Columbus OH)
  • 1998 - Big wins by Angela Williams, Barber sisters, Samantha Shepard, Maureen Griffin, Casey Combest, Ato Modibo, Abdirizak Mohamud, Andy Powell, Kevin Digiorgio, Greg Yeldell and Boys & Girls NY girls (USR 4x800).

 

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