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PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:58 am 
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4X100M
- Finals
-- Men
1 Tulane 40.98
---- 1) Devin Glenn 2) Corey Dauphine
---- 3) Jaetavian Toles 4) Antonius Prader
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-- Women
2 Tulane 46.00 (second by .05)
---- 1) Jessica Duckett 2) Kyah Loyd
---- 3) Brandi Hughes 4) Maya Harewood
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100M Hurdles
- Finals
--Women
---- 2 Jessica Duckett Tulane 13.65 (second by .05)
---- 3 Brandi Hughes Tulane 13.80
---- 4 Kyah Loyd Tulane 13.92
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400M
- Finals
-- Men
---- 1 Raymond Kibet Tulane 46.81
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--Women
---- 1 Maya Harewood Tulane 55.72
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100M
- Finals
-- Men
---- 1 Devin Glenn Tulane 10.64
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-- Women
---- 2 Kyah Loyd Tulane 12.28
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200M
- Finals
-- Men
---- 1 Devin Glenn Tulane 21.18
---- 2 Corey Dauphine Tulane 21.23
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-- Women
---- 2 Maya Harewood Tulane 24.47
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4X400M
- Finals
-- Men
2 Tulane 3:32.75
---- 1) Antonius Prader 2) Pierce Hill
---- 3) Patrick Dougherty 4) Stephen Medlin
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-- Women
2 Tulane 4:07.19
---- 1) Brandi Hughes 2) Paige Fatland
---- 3) Reid Belanger 4) Kyra Ness-Lanckriet


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:31 am 
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With Bradwell and Banks running inside and Dauphine and Glenn outside this could be a very entertaining season this fall if they all stay healthy.

Kudos to Fritz for encouraging his players to do other sports in addition to football.

http://tulanegreenwave.com/news/2018/4/ ... lenge.aspx


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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 9:45 pm 
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Dorian Camel '18 4* signee with a 10.39 to win the LSHAA 5A state title in the 100m!

Next year may be the fastest team since 1997...
Tellius Carr
Jamal Jones
Zander Robinson
Jon Robert Mouton & Dave Dorsey were all sub-10.7 100 m guys.

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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 10:05 pm 
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So we heard for years about this guy and that guy being fast, but we always looked like we were a step behind the opposition (though not as much lately as, say, the Toledo years). Then we get Glenn and he's supposedly the fastest guy we've had in forever, and he barely sees the field... Now we have a 4* guy who is faster than Glenn and hasn't even seen a college weight room yet? Let's hope Camel can play, because he's got the speed!


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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2018 9:12 am 
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PeteRasche wrote:
So we heard for years about this guy and that guy being fast, but we always looked like we were a step behind the opposition (though not as much lately as, say, the Toledo years). Then we get Glenn and he's supposedly the fastest guy we've had in forever, and he barely sees the field... Now we have a 4* guy who is faster than Glenn and hasn't even seen a college weight room yet? Let's hope Camel can play, because he's got the speed!

I’ve heard smart football folks say...there’s on the track speed and there’s football speed. Some All-Pro receivers never cracked the top anything in speed. Still, I think speed is better than not, but bursts, quickness, and a general nose for football is most important. Otherwise Renaldo Nehemiah would have been All-World and Jerry Rice would have been just another good player.

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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 1:58 pm 
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Devin Glenn hasn't made a huge impact but he does see the field a fair bit.

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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 2:15 pm 
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long green wrote:
Devin Glenn hasn't made a huge impact but he does see the field a fair bit.

Fine, change "see the field" to "get touches".


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