2013 UW Indoor Preview Entries, Nike Oregon Project Featured

2013 UW Indoor Preview Entries, Nike Oregon Projec

In like a lion, out with a bang. The indoor season begins this weekend and rather than run rust busters, different events, and skip indoors all together, everyone is going for it right off the bat.

The fields have been set and the rabbits have their itinerary for the men's mile and the women's 3k.

The Nike Oregon Project Dream Mile, or the men's mile, will feature the two middle-distance specialists and one Olympic silver medalist from Salazar's group.

The self-proclaimed "best 800m pacer/rabbit in the world" Matt Scherer will tow the trio of Galen Rupp, Matt Centrowitz, and Dorian Ulrey through the half-mile in 1:55. From there, it's all fair game.

One of the members of The Project may be able to challenge the Dempsey Indoor mile record of 3:53. The University of Washington staff unofficially reported that there have been a total of 87 sub-4 miles run at the Dempsey. When will the oversized cathedral reach the century mark of sub-4s? It may very well be in 2013.

The women's 3k is mainly highlighed not by professionals or collegiates, but two high school elites. Mary Cain will make the trip across the U.S. to compete against Washington native and future UW athlete Katie Knight. Cain and Knight most recently went up against one another at Nike Cross Nationals where the pair finished second and third, respectively.

The rumor mill is once again churning as it's been reported that rabbit Lois Ricardi Keller is scheduled to take the field through the mile in 4:56. The girl's high school indoor 3k record of 9:17.4 (4:58 per mile pace) set by Melody Fairchild way back in '91 may be in jeopardy if everything goes according to plan.

Other highlights include Donn Cabral in the 800m and V-neck wearing, now Brooks sponsored Mark Wieczorek in the mile (sorry American Eagle, you missed out). Dathan Ritzenhein was initially accepted to run the men's 3k, but later scratched.

Below are the full entry lists for the 2013 UW Indoor Preview.


Bowerman Awards Photo Gallery

Johanna Gretschel 2017 Bowerman Award finalists

Last night, the USTFCCCA named Raevyn Rogers of the University of Oregon and Christian Coleman of the University of Tennessee as the 2017 Bowerman Award Winners. Rogers, the NCAA record holder for 800m, is the third women's winner from Oregon, and Coleman, the NCAA 60m and 100m record holder, is the first-ever winner for the Volunteers. Check out the photo gallery from the evening in Phoenix, Arizona below; watch interviews and highlights from the event here.

Christian Coleman Wins The 2017 Bowerman Award

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Tennessee’s Christian Coleman has been named The Bowerman award winner for the 2017 NCAA season.

Raevyn Rogers Wins The 2017 Bowerman Award

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Oregon’s Raevyn Rogers has been named The Bowerman award winner for the 2017 NCAA season.

NXN Champ Katelyn Tuohy To Attempt H.S. 5K Record LIVE on FloTrack

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Nike Cross National champion Katelyn Tuohy has just one more 5K on her schedule, and that one will be the fastest of them all. On Saturday, January 20, LIVE ON FLOTRACK, she will toe the line at the VA Showcase in a special section of the 5K with the sole purpose of taking down Brie Oakley's 15:55 national record. 

Ruby Stauber To Transfer From LSU To Oregon

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After a standout freshman season with LSU, Ruby Stauber will take her talents to the Pacific Northwest to compete for the University of Oregon. A since-deleted tweet from the Wayzata High School girls cross country account first made the announcement, and FloTrack later confirmed it with Stauber.

'Just Wait,' Fred Kerley Could Win The Bowerman

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This week, FloTrack will introduce you to all six Bowerman finalists ahead of Friday's Bowerman Awards, which will crown one male and one female as the best track and field athletes in the NCAA for the 2017 season. You can watch the awards ceremony live from Phoenix on FloTrack here.

How Raevyn Rogers Could Win The Bowerman

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This week, FloTrack will introduce you to all six Bowerman finalists ahead of Friday's Bowerman Awards, which will crown one male and one female as the best track and field athletes in the NCAA for the 2017 season. You can watch the awards ceremony live from Phoenix on FloTrack here.

How Christian Coleman Could Win The Bowerman Award

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This week, FloTrack will introduce you to all six Bowerman finalists ahead of Friday's Bowerman Awards, which will crown one male and one female as the best track and field athletes in the NCAA for the 2017 season. You can watch the awards ceremony live from Phoenix on FloTrack here.

Who's No. 1? FloTrack Tackles The Katelyn Tuohy vs Claudia Lane Debate

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If you've paid the slightest modicum of attention to high school girls cross country this season, you know the names Katelyn Tuohy and Claudia Lane. 

2017 Bowerman Blind Resume Test

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The Bowerman Award Ceremony will be LIVE on FloTrack this Friday, December 15, at 9 PM ET.