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Off to a good start in the outdoor season, winning the Stanford Invitational 10 000 meter race in 32:06. (That's about a 5:10 min/mile pace for 6+ miles). It is the 2nd fastest time in the country (behind former NCAA champion and professional runner for New Balance, Emily Sisson.)

https://broncosports.com/news/2019/4/1/general-ostrander-named-boise-state-athlete-of-the-week.aspx

It is the American women's #59th fastest time in 10,000 meters ever. 

https://www.iaaf.org/records/all-time-toplists/middle-long/10000-metres/outdoor/women/senior?regionType=countries&region=usa&page=1&bestResultsOnly=true&firstDay=1899-12-31&lastDay=2019-03-31

Last years NCAA championship 10k was won in 32:09.

 

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And, Allie beat both Kurgats. The Alaska-Anchorage one beat the New Mexico relative (I think they are related). 

Allie is putting it together. I’m guessing she will go for the steeplechase 3-peat, but it will be fun to see.  I don’t think the 10,000m fits with the steeple at the NCAAs,  but I’ll check. 

Yeh. Unless the pattern of events changed for ‘19, steeple semis are about 2 hours before the 10,000 final on Thursday. That would be a helluva schedule. 

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