Indoor meet at New Mexico this weekend

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    aramis 27 Junior Member


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    Should be a homecoming of sorts for BeeJay Lee who transferred from New Mexico to USC last year and immediately made his mark in the 100. He and Aaron Brown both ran 10.07 last year. That mark ties them with Clancy Edwards for the 3rd fastest 100 time in USC history.


    Lee has run faster than the prior year every year since he was a freshman at West Covina High.
     
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    trackdude, no I had no idea you were Russ. I miss the message board you used to run.
     
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    Probably nothing happened to BeeJay in the 200. His 200 times have not been off the charts ever. He is a small guy '5''6 so maybe that catches up to him in the 200. With Brown and Stewart in the 200 its still solid.

    If Lee can improve his 100 time again this year like he has in the past he'll be flirting with USC's top time ever. Currently held by James Sanford at 10.02 set in 1980. You don't generally expect track records to last 34 years.
     
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    34yrs is a long time, but there hasn't been that many sub-10.02 times run at the collegiate level.
     

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