CIS Conference Results
10/27/2012 1:39:28 PM
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No official OUA results yet, but unofficially: 1) Guelph 2) Windsor 3) Queen's 4) MacMaster 5) Lakehead 6) Western 7) Toronto Individuals 1)Proudfoot (Guelph) 2)Sikubwabo (Guelph - Rookie) 3)Nixon (Guelph) 4) Walters (Windsor) 5) Hendrikx (Guelph) 6) Brown (Lakehead - Rookie) 7) Sanders (McMaster) 8) Cooper (Windsor - Rookie) All unofficial and through the grapevine! So take it with a grain of salt.
No official OUA results yet, but unofficially:

1) Guelph
2) Windsor
3) Queen's
4) MacMaster
5) Lakehead
6) Western
7) Toronto

Individuals

1)Proudfoot (Guelph)
2)Sikubwabo (Guelph - Rookie)
3)Nixon (Guelph)
4) Walters (Windsor)
5) Hendrikx (Guelph)
6) Brown (Lakehead - Rookie)
7) Sanders (McMaster)
8) Cooper (Windsor - Rookie)

All unofficial and through the grapevine! So take it with a grain of salt.
10/27/2012 2:07:09 PM
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RSEQ 1. Chuck PT 2. Ben Raymond 3. RNH Women 1. Porfilio OUAs Women No Carson, Jewett 1. Lalonde 2. Coates 3. Seccafien 4. Thompson 5. Brown Men's results look accurate
RSEQ

1. Chuck PT
2. Ben Raymond
3. RNH

Women

1. Porfilio

OUAs

Women

No Carson, Jewett

1. Lalonde
2. Coates
3. Seccafien
4. Thompson
5. Brown

Men's results look accurate
10/27/2012 3:19:14 PM
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[quote=limestonemiler]RSEQ OUAs Women No Carson, Jewett 1. Lalonde 2. Coates 3. Seccafien 4. Thompson 5. Brown Men's results look accurate[/quote] @limestonemiler Women 1. Lalonde- Gue- 17:45 2. Coates- Mac- 17:59 3. Yungblut- Gue- 18:04- Rookie Of The Year 4. Seccafien- Gue- 18:08 5. Thompson- Gue- 18:11 6. Staelih- Que- 18:19- Rookie 7. MacDonlad- Mac- 18:22- Rookie 8. Brown- Gue- 18:25 9. N Frost- Gue- 18:30 10. Corrick- Win- 18:32 11. Patterson- Mac- 18:42 12. Turelove- Wes- 18:43 13. L Frost- Gue- 18:45 14. MacNeil Mac- 18:51 Team 1) Guelph 2) McMaster 3) Western 4) Windsor 5) Queens
limestonemiler wrote:
RSEQ
OUAs
Women
No Carson, Jewett
1. Lalonde
2. Coates
3. Seccafien
4. Thompson
5. Brown

Men's results look accurate


@limestonemiler

Women

1. Lalonde- Gue- 17:45
2. Coates- Mac- 17:59
3. Yungblut- Gue- 18:04- Rookie Of The Year
4. Seccafien- Gue- 18:08
5. Thompson- Gue- 18:11
6. Staelih- Que- 18:19- Rookie
7. MacDonlad- Mac- 18:22- Rookie
8. Brown- Gue- 18:25
9. N Frost- Gue- 18:30
10. Corrick- Win- 18:32
11. Patterson- Mac- 18:42
12. Turelove- Wes- 18:43
13. L Frost- Gue- 18:45
14. MacNeil Mac- 18:51

Team
1) Guelph
2) McMaster
3) Western
4) Windsor
5) Queens
10/27/2012 3:23:44 PM
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@ChrisMoulton Even if Carson ran and hypothetically came first, Guelph wins 26-39. I think the CIS title is on lock for the ladies.
@ChrisMoulton

Even if Carson ran and hypothetically came first, Guelph wins 26-39. I think the CIS title is on lock for the ladies.
10/27/2012 3:25:40 PM
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Full results now posted http://www.trackie.com/track-and-field/results/ResultsDocs/Results-OUA2012-XC.pdf
Full results now posted http://www.trackie.com/track-and-field/results/ResultsDocs/Results-OUA2012-XC.pdf
10/28/2012 5:33:44 PM
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Sorry for the misinformation. Great races from Yungblut and Brown, looks like they killed it.
Sorry for the misinformation. Great races from Yungblut and Brown, looks like they killed it.
10/28/2012 8:22:19 PM
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Wut bout ma boi Kellay Wiebe? And were the Quebec conference results rigged?
Wut bout ma boi Kellay Wiebe? And were the Quebec conference results rigged?
10/28/2012 8:50:04 PM
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@AnotherCanuck If races were decided before they were held, there would be no point to doing them. Anything can happen, and that's why bother with them in the first place. There will likely be a lot of people sneaking in between Guelph's and Mac's runners. This could have a huge impact on the tallies for these teams. Furthermore, we cannot expect everybody to race the same two weeks from now as they did yesterday. Basically what I'm getting at is although Guelph are obvious favourites, I wouldn't underestimate the Mac girls on raceday (or Victoria for that matter).
@AnotherCanuck If races were decided before they were held, there would be no point to doing them. Anything can happen, and that's why bother with them in the first place.

There will likely be a lot of people sneaking in between Guelph's and Mac's runners. This could have a huge impact on the tallies for these teams. Furthermore, we cannot expect everybody to race the same two weeks from now as they did yesterday.

Basically what I'm getting at is although Guelph are obvious favourites, I wouldn't underestimate the Mac girls on raceday (or Victoria for that matter).
10/28/2012 10:52:07 PM
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@limestonemiler How much money would you be willing to wager against the house ;)? I know things can change up, but I truly think (like most years) this title is Guelph's to lose. After conference results, I think I would revise predictions to look like this: Men: Guelph, Victoria, Windsor, Regina, Queens, Laval, McMaster, St. FX, Calgary, Lakehead Women: Guelph, Victoria, McGill, McMaster, Western, Calgary, Queen's, Toronto (Where is Jewett? If she runs CIS, put them behind Western), St. FX, Dal
@limestonemiler

How much money would you be willing to wager against the house ;)?

I know things can change up, but I truly think (like most years) this title is Guelph's to lose.

After conference results, I think I would revise predictions to look like this:

Men:
Guelph, Victoria, Windsor, Regina, Queens, Laval, McMaster, St. FX, Calgary, Lakehead

Women:
Guelph, Victoria, McGill, McMaster, Western, Calgary, Queen's, Toronto (Where is Jewett? If she runs CIS, put them behind Western), St. FX, Dal
10/29/2012 9:45:52 AM
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@ImDaNuts Weibe won Stewart Cup in 30:22, around 2min ahead of Ian Fyfe. Regina went 1-2-3-6-7 and beat Calgary. Quebec results weren't rigged, but they sure were messed up. First draft had only 1 McGill guy, second draft was missing UQAM and Concordia runners. The final team standings are a bit different, when they correct them (Concordia moves up to 4th, most likely) but nothing that will affect CIS rankings.
@ImDaNuts

Weibe won Stewart Cup in 30:22, around 2min ahead of Ian Fyfe. Regina went 1-2-3-6-7 and beat Calgary.

Quebec results weren't rigged, but they sure were messed up. First draft had only 1 McGill guy, second draft was missing UQAM and Concordia runners. The final team standings are a bit different, when they correct them (Concordia moves up to 4th, most likely) but nothing that will affect CIS rankings.

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