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School commitments 2018

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "Guelph's Recruiting Class.


    WOMEN RECRUITS

    Tyra Boug (Kitchener, ON), 200m – 24.39, 100mH – 14.03, 100m – 11.82
    Robin Clark (Thornhill, ON), High Jump – 1.75
    Von Davis (Guelph, ON), 100m – 12.00, 200m – 24.82, 60m – 7.75
    Emily Fawcett (Kingston, ON), Shot Put – 11.57, Weight Throw – 15.64
    Keegan Gaunt (Ottawa, ON), 800m – 2:16.91
    Hanna Jodoin (Sault Ste. Marie, ON), Triple Jump – 11.58
    Savanna Kent-Korell (Georgetown, ON), 400m – 56.53, 800m – 2:14.24
    Jacqueline Madogo (Ottawa, ON), 100m – 12.29
    Erica McCallum (Toronto, ON), Long Jump – 5.49, High Jump – 1.65
    Tamia Noel (Hamilton, ON), Shot Put – 12.83
    Nina Whitford (Ottawa, ON), 800m – 2:13.39, 1500m – 4:44.23



    MEN RECRUITS

    Aidan Anger (Burk's Falls, ON), Pole Vault – 4.30
    Nicholas Bannon (Orangeville, ON), 1500m – 3:56.79, 3000m – 8:46.58, 3000m Steeplechase – 9:36.51
    Cameron Bates (Vancouver, BC), 800m – 1:55.55, 1500m – 3:57.62
    Kalum Delaney (Victoria, BC), 3000m – 8:39.69, 3000m Steeplechase – 9:33.46, 5000m – 14:55.27
    Josh Hamilton (St. John's, NL), 400m – 48.79, 400mH – 53.99
    Daniel Harper (Brampton, ON), 200m – 20.80, 400m – 45.60
    Cameron Hoggarth (Goderich, ON), 400m–49.92, 800m-1:51.67, 1500m–3:56.62
    Ryder Horton (Edmonton, AB), 400m – 48.81, 800m – 1:53.92
    Adam Lee (Guelph, ON), Long Jump – 7.20, High Jump – 2.00
    Matthew MacGillivray (London, ON), 60mH – 8.07, 110m hurdles – 13.97
    Matthew MacNeill (London, ON), 110m hurdles – 13.94, 400mH – 55.07, Long Jump – 6.87
    Kuda Murasiranwa (Zimbabwe), 100m – 10.62, 200m – 21.60, 60m – 6.91
    Philip Osei (Toronto, ON), 400m – 45.23, 200m – 21.01, 300m – 33.57, 60m – 6.87
    Alec Purnell (Dundas, ON), 400m – 49.75, 800m – 1:51.04, 1500m – 3:54.45
    Brennan Seguin (Cornwall, ON), Pole Vault – 4.70
    Kenny Siharath (Kitchener, ON), Long Jump – 7.23, Triple Jump – 14.19
    Will Stewart (London, ON), 800m – 1:51.78
    Ike Usifo (Hamilton, ON), 100m – 10.77, 200m – 22.12
    Gerrard Wallace (Brampton, ON), Long Jump – 7.20"


    I see one 21 yr old rookie that will flunk out for sure!

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    juddy96 said 2 months ago

    Some athletes that went undetected:

    Adam Bridger (Distance) - La Salle (Atlantic 10)
    Matthew Bridger (Distance) - La Salle (Atlantic 10)
    Payne Wylie (Hurdles) - Eastern Michigan (MAC)
    Edna Dar (Middle Distance) - Missouri State (MVC)
    Hope Stewart (Distance) - Hawaii (Big West)
    Alisi Talbot (Sprints) - Houston (American)

    Transfers
    Farah Abdulkarim (Distance) - Morehead State to Ole Miss
    Melika Ghali (Distance) - Boise State to Eastern Michigan
    Malik Metivier (Hurdles) - Drake to Auburn
    Divina Henry (Sprints) - Missouri State to Fresno State

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "This is unfair to other teams, there should be a rule on how good your recruiting class can be"


    4 frosh under 1:54 800m, not counting returnees....could Guelph field two teams that could medal at men’s USports 4x8?

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    Thanks Justin. I always welcome your contributions to School Commitments and Results in the US from Canadian athletes down South. Commitments rather than the "criticisms" of posters like # 276.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    just got caught up on this thread now. thanks for the update guys. Lots of great talent on the come up.

    it seems that guelph's identity has changed over the last few years, and the culture seems to have shifted a fair bit as well. XC and distance obviously still top notch, but it has become a hub for top sprinters and jumpers now. better facilities / more scholarship dollars cause this?

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    truth said 2 months ago

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    "Thanks Justin. I always welcome your contributions to School Commitments and Results in the US from Canadian athletes down South. Commitments rather than the "criticisms" of posters like # 276."


    Criticisms are valid, that's what open forums are for. If 25% of the recruiting class can't stay in school then the entire story should be told, not just the glamour of the arrival

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    Harper & Osei both incoming recruits. Yikes.

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    Know the coaches said 2 months ago

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    "just got caught up on this thread now. thanks for the update guys. Lots of great talent on the come up.

    it seems that guelph's identity has changed over the last few years, and the culture seems to have shifted a fair bit as well. XC and distance obviously still top notch, but it has become a hub for top sprinters and jumpers now. better facilities / more scholarship dollars cause this?"


    Those two things would likely help, but the real driving force has been Jason Kerr. He's been hustling like a young DST and has build that speed/power program from the ground up. Listen to his episode of Something in the Water and tell me that you wouldn't want to be coached by him.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "Criticisms are valid, that's what open forums are for. If 25% of the recruiting class can't stay in school then the entire story should be told, not just the glamour of the arrival"


    But it IS the arrival we're talking about here....note the title of the thread. Feel free to start your own predictions thread about the possibilities of 'flunk outs' if you feel that's a productive use of your time.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "Harper & Osei both incoming recruits. Yikes."


    What do you have against two guys trying to get an education to better themselves and doing what they love to have some fun in the process? Grow up man

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "What do you have against two guys trying to get an education to better themselves and doing what they love to have some fun in the process? Grow up man"


    RELAX.......I don’t have anything against it at all. I’m actually saying that it is an incredible recruitment to get those two in.

    Why does everyone on this board automatically assume some is being negative.

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    juddy96 said 2 months ago

    A couple other missed transfers

    Julianna Manserra (Distance) - Wayne State (MI) to Toronto
    Mikella Lefebvre-Oatis (High Jump) - UCLA to Maryland

    And some freshmen
    John Wang (Distance) - Mount St. Mary's (NEC)
    Jason Cousineau (Distance) - St. Francis Brooklyn (NEC)

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "A couple other missed transfers

    Julianna Manserra (Distance) - Wayne State (MI) to Toronto
    Mikella Lefebvre-Oatis (High Jump) - UCLA to Maryland

    And some freshmen
    John Wang (Distance) - Mount St. Mary's (NEC)
    Jason Cousineau (Distance) - St. Francis Brooklyn (NEC)"



    Did anyone stay in Canada? No wonder coachs from U Sports are so insecure about the NCAAs.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    Impressed that Coach Kerr managed to recruit both of the Matthews from the London area. Guelph should be a force in sprint hurdles for some time to come!

    Great work coach!

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    are they in their late 20's

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    "Harper & Osei both incoming recruits. Yikes."

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    Runningman said 2 months ago

    Time to put the 2018 Thread to bed. signings will now be for 2019

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "Time to put the 2018 Thread to bed. signings will now be for 2019"


    Predictions who goes where?

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    I would love to see Guelph in a Power 5 type meet in the USA. they have at the (at the worst) the equivalent of a tier2 NCAA D1 program.

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    juddy96 said 2 months ago

    I've counted approximately 50 Canadian men and 90 Canadian women on NCAA DI XC teams for 2018.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "Predictions who goes where?"


    Foster malleck to Seneca, heard he's in advanced talks with the big man himself AD

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    How about D3 D2 and Juco?
    likely double eh?

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    "I've counted approximately 50 Canadian men and 90 Canadian women on NCAA DI XC teams for 2018."

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "I would love to see Guelph in a Power 5 type meet in the USA. they have at the (at the worst) the equivalent of a tier2 NCAA D1 program."


    What do you define as tier 2?

    Top 20 is Tier 1 with tier 2 being 21st to 40th in my books.

    Perhaps they should run a few XC meets in the Midwest or East and see how they do.

    I think you are reaching with that bold prediction.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "I've counted approximately 50 Canadian men and 90 Canadian women on NCAA DI XC teams for 2018."


    Do you have a full list? That would come in handy, I've lost track (no pun intended) with the trickle of commitments, etc.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "What do you define as tier 2?

    Top 20 is Tier 1 with tier 2 being 21st to 40th in my books.

    Perhaps they should run a few XC meets in the Midwest or East and see how they do.

    I think you are reaching with that bold prediction."



    wasn't even thinking distance - I am talking T&F, indoor or outdoor. Indoor is easier comparison bc USport is indoors. their roster this year particularly in speed events, is mid level NCAA at worst i'd think.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    Nick Mota to Texas A&M, after running into our hearts in grades 9-11, coach McRaven thought he'd make a good Auggie! Welocme Nick!

    -Peter Lomong

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