Unformatted text preview: IU Reach Qualifying Marks at the Indiana Relays By Christopher Webb IU’s track and field squad finished the Indiana Relays winning 12 events and a trio of NCAA automatic qualifying marks. Sophomore runner Andy Bayer, from day 1 of the two day meet set the pace for the Hoosiers, as he finished the Indiana Relays having clocked a world-leading time for a second straight week. Bayer now has the fastest mile this year at 3:57.75., as well the fastest leading time in the 3000- meters from a week ago garnering him Big Ten Athlete of the week honors. Junior runner Ben Hubers, upstaged junior runner Andrew Poore by a last second upset, in which Poore said last week after coming second to Bayer in the 3000-meters, had aspirations of winning this week in the 5000-meters, but was trumped by Hubers outlasting performance. “I just feel second is not first and I am not going to let up because he (Poore) is my teammate,” Said Hubers “He had me about 100-meters and I just said to myself go for it now, then I guess I...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course JOUR 200 taught by Professor Donlon during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.
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