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Mike Carr Closes Out Stellar Career With 11th-Place Javelin Finish At NCAA East Regional

Mike Carr

Mike Carr

May 30, 2005

Results

NEW YORK - Senior Mike Carr (Rehoboth, Mass.) took 11th-place in the javelin throw at the NCAA East Regional on Friday afternoon to close out a stellar career as a member of the University of Massachusetts men's track and field team. He fell just two spots shy of advancing to the NCAA Championships.

He was the only member of either the men's or women's team to compete in the regional meet and was one of 25 throwers from the East Regional to qualify for the javelin. The top-9 competitors advance to the NCAA Championships led by Sean Furey of Dartmouth who uncorked a throw of 241-feet, nine inches - just under nine feet short of the East Region record.

Carr's best throw of the day was his second mark in the three round event as he recorded a toss of 198 feet, 10-inches. In round one he threw a 189-foot toss, while in the third round he recorded a 198-foot, 3.25 inch mark.

His 198-foot, 10-inch mark was the third best of the season for Carr who qualified for the NCAA East Regional with throws of 209-feet even at the Brown Invitational (4/16) and of 204-feet, nine-inches at the Atlantic 10 Championships (5/7).

The A-10 Champion this year in the javelin Carr was one of the top point-scorers for the Minutemen as he captured five victories on the season. Along with his A-10 title, Carr took third at the New England Championships this spring - the highest mark of his career at that meet.

At the 2003 A-10 Outdoor Championships, Carr was a Second-Team All-Atlantic 10 performer taking second in the javelin with a throw of 192-feet, nine-inches.

An all-state and All-New England performer in the high jump and javelin while at Dighton-Rehoboth High School, Carr's primary focus in his final season was in the javelin as he did not compete during the indoor season in the high jump. The results paid off as he bested his previous top career mark by nearly 17 feet. His 209-foot effort at the Brown Invitational stands now as the fourth-best mark in the modern era of the event at UMass.

 

 

Carr was the first Minuteman to qualify for the NCAA East Regional since 2003 when standout sprinter Kwesi Frimpong-Boateng finished seventh in the 100-meter dash.

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                         NCAA Division I 2005 Outdoor
                          Track & Field East Regional
                    New York, NY  - 5/27/2005 to 5/28/2005
                                    Results

Men Javelin Throw ================================================================================= 3 Flights - Advance top 9 plus ties to a reverse order final. Use Rule 7.1.4 to establish first 5 distinct final places. 15 minutes warm-up for each flight, 15 minutes before finals. American: 87.68m 9/19/2004 Breaux Greer, Adidas College Best: 89.10m 3/24/1990 Patrik Boden, Texas East Region: 76.43m 5/29/2004 Brian Chaput, Pennsylvania Name Year School Finals Points ================================================================================= 1 Sean Furey SR Dartmouth 73.68m 241-09 10 70.30m 70.36m FOUL 73.68m 67.74m 68.88m 2 Trevor Snyder SR Georgia 69.75m 228-10 8 69.75m 68.12m 68.34m FOUL 69.41m FOUL 3 Anthony Bonura JR Pittsburgh 69.33m 227-05 6 65.43m 69.33m 62.27m PASS 56.44m 62.34m 4 Jacobus Smit JR VA Tech 69.27m 227-03 5 69.27m FOUL 67.16m 66.82m 65.24m FOUL 5 Bobby Smith JR Monmouth-NJ 67.88m 222-08 4 67.88m 61.55m FOUL 62.89m 63.74m FOUL 6 Bret Kershner JR Penn St. 66.61m 218-06 3 66.60m 63.38m 66.61m 63.82m FOUL FOUL 7 Martin Maric FR Georgia 63.89m 209-07 2 61.72m 59.77m 63.89m FOUL FOUL 58.75m 8 Marc Pallozzi JR Albany 63.88m 209-07 1 FOUL 61.24m 63.13m FOUL 61.78m 63.88m 9 Jason Smartt JR Army 62.48m 205-00 62.48m FOUL FOUL 57.93m 56.46m FOUL 10 Josh Probst JR Princeton 61.96m 203-03 56.14m 61.96m 61.12m 11 Michael Carr SR Massachusett 60.61m 198-10 57.63m 60.61m 60.44m 12 David Bowles FR W. Carolina 60.04m 197-00 55.49m 53.13m 60.04m 13 Paul Rosiak SO Brown 59.96m 196-09 59.25m 59.96m 59.70m 14 Brian Lee SR Rutgers 59.61m 195-07 59.61m FOUL FOUL 15 Chris Brandriff JR VA Military 59.50m 195-02 59.50m 56.75m 59.11m 16 Kyle Helf FR Georgia 59.41m 194-11 FOUL FOUL 59.41m 17 Kyle Obrock SR Navy 58.79m 192-10 58.79m 53.96m 54.53m 18 Corey Kuehner JR Pittsburgh 58.50m 191-11 58.50m FOUL 56.37m 19 Andrew Hall SR Dartmouth 58.39m 191-07 42.59m 47.64m 58.39m 20 Rory Magner SR N. Carolina 58.13m 190-08 FOUL 57.45m 58.13m 21 James Malizia JR Pennsylvania 57.91m 190-00 57.91m FOUL 56.55m 22 Adam Crossman SR Northeastern 57.29m 187-11 FOUL 53.18m 57.29m 23 Kevin Duffy JR Harvard 57.05m 187-02 55.12m 57.05m FOUL 24 Alan Mitchell JR Morgan St. 53.05m 174-00 53.05m 52.44m FOUL 25 Steve Gierlack JR Robert Morris 46.21m 151-07 FOUL FOUL 46.21m -- Brandon Woerth SO Army DNS

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