2002-03 Concordia Men's Outdoor
Track Meet Results
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MIAC OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
MAY 9 & 10, 2003 - CONCORDIA COLLEGE
Garrick Larson (218-299-4303) firstname.lastname@example.org; Marv Roeske (218-299-4163) email@example.com
11:30 AM Friday, May 9, 2003
POST COMPETITION MEAL ON FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2003:
Concordia Dining Services has been contacted and is willing to provide an evening meal after the first day of competition Friday, May 9, beginning at 7:15 PM at the Grant Center. The cost of the meal will be $8.50 per person. To help plan for this occasion, Concordia Dining Services would like to know which teams are interested and approximately how many athletes and coaches will attend by 6:00 pm, Wednesday, April 30, 2003. At this time include your school’s contact to whom we will send our direct billing to – we would need their name, billing address, and email address. Information should be sent to Carrie Strouth, Summer Conferences Coordinator (218-299-4423), at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DORMITORY INFORMATION & SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2003 BRUNCH
Teams that are staying in the Concordia Dorms Thursday and/or Friday evenings should email their Room Lists by 12:00 noon on Wednesday, May 7. The cost of the rooms will be $18.15 per person per night. At that time you would also need to let us know specific numbers for the May 10 brunch if your team is using those services. The brunch will be served from 7:30 until 11:30 am in the Grant Center at a cost of $5.95 per person. Rooming lists and brunch numbers should be sent to Carrie Strouth, Summer Conferences Coordinator (218-299-4423), at email@example.com.
As per the 2003 edition of the MIAC Track & Field Book, complete rosters should be sent to Jim Cella, Sports Information Director, at: firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, April 8, 2003 for preparation of a meet program. Information should include year in school and hometown. Jim Cella will be contacting your Sports Information Director for the information.
DECLARATION OF ENTRIES:
You can access the online entry by selecting the outdoor page at: www.raceberryjam.com and finding the MIAC Championship in the list of Upcoming Events. After 6:00 PM on Monday, May 5, there will be a link for the MIAC Coaches to make their entries.
1. Check off those performances you want to enter in the meet.
2. There will be provisions for adding other entries (as when you enter an athlete in the 10K based on a 5K, or simply have not entered a performance on the Honor Roll).
3. The files for online entry will be available by 6:00 PM on Monday, May 5, 2003 (based on performances submitted to the Honor Roll). Please submit your performances from the last weekend of competition on Sunday, May 4.
4. ENTRIES ARE DUE ON OR BEFORE 10:00 AM ON TUESDAY, MAY 6, 2003.
5. Championship qualifiers will be posted on www.raceberryjam.com after 6:00 PM on Tuesday, May 6, 2003.
6. All challenges and corrections are due to Garrick Larson (218) 299-4304 by 4:00 PM Wednesday, May 7. The Meet Directors will rule on all challenges. The Jury of Appeals will assist the Meet Directors in any decision not clearly covered and defined in the MIAC Track & Field Book.
ADMITTANCE TO THE FACILITY:
Athlete and Coaches Passes will be in you team packet to be picked immediately upon your arrival to the competition.
Bus or team van parking should be in the parking lot located north of the stadium. The lot is located between the stadium and the dorms and dining service facilities at the Grant Center. The lot must be accessed by turning east off of 8th Street at the 12th Avenue stop light. The parking lot entrance is immediately to the south.
TEAM AREAS AND CAMPS:
Team camps can be established in the bleachers on the North and South sides of the track or in the grassy areas outside of the track. Camp areas will not be allowed on the football or soccer fields.
The stadium locker rooms can be used for changing and showering. We would encourage athletes staying in the neighboring Concordia dorms to change and shower in the dorms.
THE INFIELD OF THE COMPETITION TRACK WILL BE KEPT CLEARED OF NON-COMPETING ATHLETES, COACHES AND SPECTATORS AFTER COMPETITION BEGINS.
There is bleacher seating in the grandstands located on both the north and south sides of Jake Christiansen Stadium. This will accommodate all parents and other interested spectators. There will be smaller bleachers at the various field event venues to accommodate coaches and fans. Coaches will be allowed to sit or stand anywhere outside of the competition oval.
Certified and Student Trainers will be on duty at the east end of the track in the stadium locker room building. All injury care will be handled in this area. Bring own supplies. Bring signed statement on college letterhead for treatment modalities. Modalities will be administered in Memorial Auditorium training room. Please allow time to walk between the facilities. Attached is a letter from Stephanie Brandt, head trainer at Concordia, with details about the athletic training arrangements.
Irv Christenson Track at Jake Christiansen Stadium and the immediate surrounding areas will be able to accommodate all warm-ups. Should there be inclimate weather the 200 meter track located in the Olson Forum will be available for warm-ups.
Athletes competing in Field Events may warm up at their respective competition sites. They should report one (1) hour before their scheduled competition.
LIGHTNING / SEVERE WEATHER POLICY:
Competition will be delayed until 30 minutes after the last lightning strike or thunder. In the case of severe weather the meet shall be postponed until 30 minutes after the severe weather warning has expired. If there is a weather delay coaches will meet in the Computer room of the Grant Center to discuss the status of the meet. Stephanie Brandt, head trainer at Concordia, will be responsible for the calls on matters of this nature.
CLERKING AREA AND HIP NUMBERS:
The Clerking Area and Hip Number distribution will be done at the southwest corner of the track at the beginning of the sprint straight away. Two Hip Numbers will be given to each athlete who competes on the track. Only the anchors of each relay team will need Hip Numbers. Please wear the Hip Numbers squarely on the side of the uniform shorts/briefs and NOT on the skin.
Our Mondo surface allows 1/4” PYRAMID Spikes to be used for ALL Track and Field Events. No pin spikes will be allowed-checked at the clerking area.
ABSOLUTELY NO PIN SPIKES OF ANY LENGTH OR MAKE.
Results will be posted in timely manner. Results will be posted at the top of the south grandstand, just beneath the press box and near the press box entrance.
Protests relating to matters that develop during the conduct of the meet should be made at once and not later than thirty (30) minutes after a final result has been officially announced and/or posted. Official posting times will be listed in the top right corner of the results. Any protest must be made in writing by a coach and submitted to the appropriate referee who will render a decision. The referee’s decision may be appealed to the jury of appeals.
2003 OUTDOOR JURIES OF APPEALS:
Tim Miles St. John’s
Paul Thornton St. Mary’s
Bill Thornton St. Olaf
Paul Thornton St. Mary’s
Chris Daymont St. Olaf
Joe Sweeney St. Thomas
Implement weigh-in will be in the stadium equipment room located in the stadium locker rooms. Implement weigh-in will begin two (2) hours prior to the competitions (11:00am Friday, 8:30am Saturday). Implements will be impounded until one (1) hour prior to the start of the events.
POLE VAULT POLE STORAGE:
There is a lack of interior storage space at the stadium for pole vault poles. Any team wishing to store poles may do so in the connecting hallway of the dorm/cafeteria area of the Grant Center. This is located within meters of the outdoor track just across a parking lot.
COMPETITION AREAS: FIELD EVENTS, HORIZONTAL JUMPS:
The long jump and triple jump runways are separate and run east-west. The surface is Mondo; long jump runway measuring 150’ in length and the triple jump runway measuring 166’ in length.
The Long Jump Board Take Off Unit is approximately 12’ from the nearest edge of the pit. Takeoff units are in-set white wooden boards brown wooden strips for fouls. The Triple Jump Board Take Off Units are 36’ and 28’ from the nearest edge of the pit.
The Shot Put, Discus, and Hammer will be competed at three (3) separate venues with concrete circles and appropriate cages.
The Javelin Throw will be competed from a 150’ Mondo runway located on a practice field adjacent to the stadium. The runway allows the javelin to be thrown only to the south/southwest. If winds are not favorable for throwing to the south/southwest, we will throw off grass on the practice field, in which case up to 1” spikes will be allowed.
The High Jump has a Mondo pad which measures 30 meters x 27 meters and allows for the high jump to be contested in any direction.
The Pole Vault has a 150’ east-west Mondo runway and a 140’ north-south Mondo runway and allows the pole vault to be contested in any direction.
Opening heights for the High Jump and Pole Vault will be determined the week of the championship by the committee assigned at the 1998 MIAC Championships-Martin Peper-Macalester, Kyle Cleven-St.Thomas and Garrick Larson-Concordia.
The 400 meter Mondo track is eight (8) 42” lanes for all race.
The protocol for ALL track races are covered in the 2003 MIAC Track & Field Book and/or the NCAA rule book.
Finals: A reminder since we are 8 lanes that only 24 will qualify in the 100, 200, 400, 110H and 400H. Also that finals will be 8 competitors in all events.
Coaches should be prepared to turn in a Relay Card listing all of their Relay Personnel for the 4 x 100 Meter Relay prelims and 4 X 800 Meter Relay on Friday and the 4 x 100 Meter Relay finals and 4 X 400 Meter Relays on Saturday.
2003 MIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships -CONCORDIA COLLEGE, Moorhead, MN
Friday May 9 and Saturday May 10
Thursday, May 1 at Carleton College
12:30pm Decathlon Men FINAL
2:00pm Heptathlon Women FINAL
Friday, May 2 at Carleton College
10:30am Decathlon Men FINAL
2:00pm Heptathlon Women FINAL
Friday, May 9 at Concordia College
11:00am Implement Weigh-in begins
11:30am Coaches Meeting
1:00pm Javelin Throw Women FINAL
1:30pm Hammer Throw Men FINAL
2:00pm Long Jump Women FINAL
2:00pm Pole Vault Men FINAL
4:00pm Shot Put Women FINAL
4:30pm Discus Throw Men FINAL
4:30pm High Jump Women FINAL
4:30pm Long Jump Men FINAL
1:30pm 4 x 100 relay Men Prelim
1:45pm 4 x 100 relay Women Prelim
2:00pm 1,500 Meters Men Prelim
2:12pm 1,500 Meters Women Prelim
2:25pm 110 Hurdles Men Prelim
2:40pm 100 Hurdles Women Prelim
2:55pm 400 Meters Men Prelim
3:07pm 400 Meters Women Prelim
3:20pm 100 Meters Men Prelim
3:30pm 100 Meters Women Prelim
3:40pm 800 Meters Men Prelim
3:50pm 800 Meters Women Prelim
4:10pm 400 Hurdles Men Prelim
4:30pm 400 Hurdles Women Prelim
4:45pm 200 Meters Men Prelim
4:55pm 200 Meters Women Prelim
5:05pm 10,000 Meters Men FINAL
5:45pm 10,000 Meters Women FINAL
6:40pm 4 x 800 Relay Men FINAL
6:55pm 4 x 800 Relay Women FINAL
Saturday, May 10 at Concordia College
8:30am Implement Weigh-in begins
10:30am Triple Jump Women FINAL
10:30am Javelin Throw Men FINAL
11:00am Hammer Throw Women FINAL
11:00am High Jump Men FINAL
1:00pm Pole Vault Women FINAL
1:00pm Discus Throw Women FINAL
1:30pm Triple Jump Men FINAL
1:30pm Shot Put Men FINAL
12:30pm 3,000 Steeplechase Men FINAL
1:05pm 5,000 Meters Women FINAL
12:45pm 4 X 100 Relay Men FINAL
12:55pm 4 X 100 Relay Women FINAL
1:35pm 1,500 Meters Men FINAL
1:42pm 1,500 Meters Women FINAL
1:50pm 110 Hurdles Men FINAL
2:00pm 100 Hurdles Women FINAL
2:10pm 400 Meters Men FINAL
2:15pm 400 Meters Women FINAL
2:20pm 100 Meters Men FINAL
2:25pm 100 Meters Women FINAL
2:30pm 800 Meters Men FINAL
2:35pm 800 Meters Women FINAL
2:45pm 400 Hurdles Men FINAL
2:52pm 400 Hurdles Women FINAL
3:00pm 200 Meters Men FINAL
3:05pm 200 Meters Women FINAL
3:15pm 5,000 Meters Men FINAL
3:40pm 3,000 Steeplechase Women FINAL
4:00pm 4 x 400 Relay Men FINAL
4:15pm 4 x 400 Relay Women FINAL
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