Monday, May 05, 2008

Chico State's Bauhs sets Division II record in 10,000

From the Chico Enterprise Record (
The following is the complete article and the link is listed below. Great run by Scott Bauhs of Chico yesterday at the Payton Jordan Invitational to break the Division II record at the 10000 meter distance.

Chico State junior Scott Bauhs broke the NCAA Division II record for the 10,000 meters Sunday at the Payton Jordan Invitational at Stanford, running the fastest time for an American this year.
Bauhs ran the race in 27 minutes, 48.06 seconds, reaching the Olympic A standard, meaning if he places in the top three at the Olympic trials this summer, he'll be in the Olympics.
He finished seventh in a star-studded field of 33 that included international runners.
No other Division II runner had ever broken 28 minutes.

Interesting to look at his personal records from high school at San Ramon Valley High School. You can view their top list at the following link:

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