NCAA DII Regional Award Winners For 2019 Outdoor Season

NEW ORLEANS – Regional Athletes and Coaches of the Year for the 2019 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field season were announced Friday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Each of the eight regions – Atlantic, Central, East, Midwest, South, South Central, Southeast and West – honored both genders’ top track athletes and field athletes as well as the top men’s and women’s head coaches and assistant coaches.

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Award winners were determined by a vote of USTFCCCA member coaches. Only those individuals from USTFCCCA member programs are eligible for awards.

Many of these honored athletes and coaches are headed to the 2019 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships next week in Kingsville, Texas.

USTFCCCA Regional Awards are presented by Pro Form Sports.

Men’s Track Athletes of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Johnathon Stiles – Shippensburg

Stiles, a senior from Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania, is ranked first nationally in the 400 Meter Hurdles at 50.90, a time that he clocked at the PSAC Championships and broke a meet and school record. He is also a member of the 14th-ranked 4×400 relay team and dropped a 47.2 split to help the squad win the conference title.

CENTRAL REGION – Raymone Campbell – Lincoln (Mo.)

Campbell, a freshman from St. Catherine, Jamaica, is ranked first nationally in the 200 with a time of 20.50 that he registered at the Kansas Relays. He is also ranked eighth nationally in the 100 at 10.33 and a member of LU’s 4×100 and 4×400 relay teams that are ranked second and 12th in the nation.

EAST REGION – Leakey Kipkosgei – American International

Kipkosgei, a junior from Kapsabet, Kenya, is ranked first nationally in the steeplechase at 8:44.13, a time that he clocked in a runner-up effort at the prestigious Penn Relays. He is also ranked 11th nationally in the 1500 at 3:46.11 and third regionally in the 800 at 1:51.45.

MIDWEST REGION – Zach Panning – Grand Valley State

Panning, a senior from Fort Wayne, Indiana, is ranked first nationally in both the 5000 and 10,000. His time in the 5000 of 13:37.94 made him the seventh fastest performer in NCAA DII history, while his mark in the 10,000 of 28:30.77 slotted him in as the ninth fastest all-time performer.

SOUTH REGION – Justin Brooks – Lee (Tenn.)

Brooks, a senior from Athens, Georgia, is ranked ninth nationally in the 400 at 46.78 and 13th nationally in the 200 at 20.88. He won individual titles at the Gulf South Conference Championships in each event and was a member of the winning 4×100 and 4×400 relay teams at the same meet.

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Thomas Staines – CSU-Pueblo

Staines, a junior from Colorado Springs, Colorado, is ranked first nationally in the 800 – and 14th across all divisions – at 1:47.53, a time that he recorded at the Oxy Invitational. He is also a member of the Thunderwolves’ 4×400 relay team and ran a provisional time in the 400.

SOUTHEAST REGION – Tevin Richardson – North Greenville

Richardson, a junior from Calhoun Falls, South Carolina, is ranked in the top-10 nationally in both the 200 and the 400. His time in the 400 is 46.46, which slots him in fourth, while his mark of 20.81 in the 200 has him seventh. Richardson was named the Conference Carolina Men’s Track Athlete of the Year after winning an individual title in the 400, helping his team’s 4×100 relay to first place and finishing runner-up in the 200.

WEST REGION – Mobolade Ajomale – Academy of Art

Ajomale, a senior from Richmond Hill, Canada, is ranked in the top-15 nationally of three different events. He is ranked seventh nationally in the 200 at 20.81, 13th nationally in the 100 at 10.36 and in a tie for 13th nationally in the 400 at 46.91. Ajomale was named the PacWest Men’s Track Athlete of the Meet after scoring 35 points at the conference championships.

Women’s Track Athletes of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Shannon Kalawan – Saint Augustine’s

Kalawan, a junior from Westmoreland, Jamaica, is ranked first nationally in both the 400 and the 400 Meter Hurdles. Her time of 52.97 in the open 400 came at the Mount Olive Final Qualifier, while her time of 57.37 in the 400H came at the prestigious Penn Relays. Kalawan is also a member of the nation’s top-ranked 4×400 relay team.

CENTRAL REGION – Rene Medley – Lincoln (Mo.)

Medley, a junior from Kingston, Jamaica, is ranked first nationally in the 100 at 11.33 and second nationally in the 200 at 23.10. She is also a member of the nation’s top-ranked 4×100 relay team that turned in a time of 45.01.

EAST REGION – CeCe Telfer – Franklin Pierce

Telfer, a senior from Lebanon, New Hampshire, is ranked second nationally in both the 100 Meter Hurdles (13.35) and the 400 Meter Hurdles (57.79). She won both hurdle events at the Northeast-10 Championships and the New England Championships, setting a meet record in the 400H at the latter. Telfer is also ranked in the top-2 of the East Region in both the 400 (1st, 54.41) and the 200 (2nd, 24.30).

MIDWEST REGION – Rachael Walters – Grand Valley State

Walters, a senior from Lowell, Michigan, is ranked first nationally in the 800 at 2:04.15, a time that made her the sixth best performer in NCAA DII history. She is also a member of the fifth ranked 4×400 relay team in the nation.

SOUTH REGION – Kristen Metcalfe – Embry-Riddle (Fla.)

Metcalfe, a senior from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, is ranked eighth nationally in the 800 at 2:08.15. She is also ranked 11th nationally in the 1500 at 4:25.56. Metcalfe won individual titles at the Conference Carolinas Championships in each event.

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Alicja Konieczek – Western Colorado

Konieczek, a senior from Zbaszyn, Poland, is ranked first nationally in the steeplechase at 9:52.32, a time that gave her the fifth fastest performance in NCAA DII history. She is also ranked fifth nationally in the 1500 at 4:22.00.

SOUTHEAST REGION – Leah Hanle – Mount Olive

Hanle, a junior from Lichtenstein, Germany, is ranked second nationally in the 10,000 at 34:09.11 and third nationally in the 5000 at 16:02.46. She is also ranked 15th nationally in the steeplechase with a time of 10:37.00.

WEST REGION – Caroline Kurgat – Alaska Anchorage

Kurgat, a senior from Eldoret, Kenya, broke the NCAA DII all-time record in the 10,000 this season when she ran 32:08.09 at the Stanford Invitational. She also notched an all-time mark in the 5000 at the Bryan Clay Invitational when she went 15:40.45 for the third fastest time in NCAA DII history. Kurgat, who is understandably No. 1 in both the 5000 and 10,000, is also ranked second nationally in the 1500 at 4:19.48.

Men’s Field Athletes of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Luke Hoffman – Kutztown

Hoffman, a sophomore from York, Pennsylvania, is ranked fourth nationally in the discus at 56.80m (186-4). He won the individual title at the PSAC Championships and broke the meet record in the process. Hoffman was also the top NCAA DII finisher in the discus at the prestigious Penn Relays.

CENTRAL REGION – Kai Miller – Pittsburg State

Miller, a senior from Blue Springs, Missouri, is ranked first nationally in the pole vault at 5.49m (18-0). If you combined every collegiate division, he would be 12th on the chart.

EAST REGION – Oghenefejiro Onakpoma – Southern Connecticut

Onakpoma, a junior from Naugatuck, Connecticut, is ranked sixth nationally in the triple jump with a mark of 15.44m (50-8). He won the individual title at the New England Track & Field Championships and took a top-3 finish in three of the four meets he competed.

MIDWEST REGION – Austin Hogan – Indianapolis

Hogan, a senior from Indianapolis, Indiana, is ranked third nationally in the hammer at 67.53m (221-7). He is also ranked seventh nationally in the discus at 56.12m (184-2) and 12th nationally in the shot put at 18.01m (59-1¼). Hogan was named the GLVC Field Athlete of the Meet after winning each of those three throwing events at the conference championship.

SOUTH REGION – Brodie Lubelski – Embry-Riddle (Fla.)

Lubelski, a junior from Palm Bay, Florida, is ranked ninth nationally in the shot put at 18.26m (59-11), a mark that stood since the beginning of the season. He is also ranked 23rd nationally in the discus at 51.94m (170-5). Lubelski leads the South Region in both of those events and is fifth in the hammer and 11th in the javelin.

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Josh Boateng – Texas A&M-Commerce

Boateng, a junior from St. George’s, Grenada, is ranked first nationally in the discus at 61.00m (200-2), which broke the Grenadian national record. He is also ranked fourth nationally in the shot put with a heave of 18.70m (61-4¼), a mark he established at the Lone Star Conference Championships.

SOUTHEAST REGION – Ricko Meckes – Queens (N.C.)

Meckes, a sophomore from Germany, is ranked first nationally in the javelin at 74.25m (243-7), a mark that earned him USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week honors on March 19. He won the conference title in javelin last month.

WEST REGION – Matt Bowen – UC San Diego

Bowen, a senior from Fresno, California, is ranked third nationally in the triple jump at 15.74m (51-7¾) and seventh nationally in the long jump at 7.67m (25-2). He was named the Men’s Field Athlete of the Meet at the CCAA Championships after winning each event.

Women’s Field Athletes of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Sunflower Greene – Millersville

Greene, a senior from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is ranked first nationally in the hammer at 61.05m (200-4) and third nationally in the shot put at 16.02m (52-6¾). She was named the Overall Women’s MVP of the PSAC Championships after she captured individual titles in the discus, hammer and shot put.

CENTRAL REGION – Desirea Buerge – Missouri Southern

Buerge, a junior from Webb City, Missouri, is ranked second nationally in both the shot put at 16.21m (53-2¼) and the discus at 55.54m (182-3). She eclipsed the NCAA DII Automatic Qualifying Mark 10 times between the discus and shot put and was the MIAA champion in each event.

EAST REGION – Abagail Jones – Assumption

Jones, a senior from Arlington, Massachusetts, is ranked ninth nationally in the long jump at 6.00m (19-8¼) and 14th nationally in the heptathlon at 4988 points. She scored 21 field points at the NE10 Championships between the multi (10), high jump (6) and long jump (5).

MIDWEST REGION – Lindsay Baker – Ashland

Baker, a freshman from East Liverpool, Ohio, is ranked first nationally in the shot put at 16.41m (53-10¼). She is also ranked eighth nationally in the hammer at 58.04m (190-5) and 14th nationally in the discus at 50.54m (165-10).

SOUTH REGION – Adrienne Lewis – West Alabama

Lewis, a sophomore from Birmingham, Alabama, is ranked sixth nationally in the long jump at 6.04m (19-9¾). She is also ranked 20th nationally in the triple jump at 12.27m (40-3¼).

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Daisy Osakue – Angelo State

Osakue, a junior from Turin, Italy, is ranked first nationally in the discus at 61.35m (201-4), a mark that established the NCAA DII record – one of her many appearances on the all-time chart in the event. She is also ranked sixth nationally in the shot put at 15.70m (51-6¼). Osakue will contest both of those throwing events, as well as the high jump at the upcoming NCAA Championships.

SOUTHEAST REGION – Elise Ulseth – Queens (N.C.)

Ulseth, a freshman from Kristansund, Norway, is ranked fifth nationally in the heptathlon with a score of 5117 and seventh nationally in the long jump at 6.02m (19-9). She accounted for 33 of her team’s 180 points at the Conference Carolinas Championships.

WEST REGION – Courtney Massengale – SF State

Massengale, a senior from Yuba City, California, is ranked fourth nationally in the discus at 53.89m (176-10). She is also ranked 26th nationally in the javelin at 43.67m (143-3). Massengale was named the CCAA Championships Field Athlete of the Meet after earning All-CCAA honors in the discus, javelin and shot put.

Men’s Coach of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Dave Osanitsch – Shippensburg

Osanitsch, in his 14th year as Head Coach at Shippensburg, guided the Raiders to the PSAC Outdoor Track & Field Championship on the strength of five event wins. Shippensburg earned both the Track MVP and Overall MVP of the PSAC Championships honors, and the Raiders rank 16th nationally and first in the region headed into the NCAA Championships.

CENTRAL REGION – Mike Turgeon – Minnesota State

In his second year as Head Track & Field Coach at Minnesota State, Turgeon led the Mavericks to the NSIC Outdoor Track & Field Championships, their 16th-straight league title. Turgeon earned NSIC Head Coach of the Year honors as the Mavericks took home nine event titles. Minnesota State ended the regular season ranked second in the region and 14th nationally.

EAST REGION – John Wallin – Southern Connecticut

Wallin, in his 9th year as Head Men’s Track & Field and Cross Country Coach, capped their first-ever “Triple Crown” with a win at the Northeast-10 Outdoor Track & Field Championships and followed up with a win at the New England Championships. The Owls finished the regular season ranked at the top of the regional rankings with 13 provisional qualifying performances recorded during the season.

MIDWEST REGION – Jerry Baltes – Grand Valley State

In his 20th year as Head Track and Field Coach at Grand Valley State, Baltes led the Laker men to the GLIAC Championship by a 49-point margin on the strength of wins in five individual events. The Lakes enter the NCAA Championships ranked seventh with 14 student-athletes competing in 15 events.

SOUTH REGION – Caleb Morgan – Lee (Tenn.)

Morgan, in his 6th year as Head Track & Field Coach at Lee, led the team to the Gulf South Conference Championship by a margin of 40 points with wins in 11 events. The Flames rank 24th nationally headed into the NCAA Championships after qualifying a program-record of five student-athletes in six events.

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Tom Dibbern – Angelo State

In his 3rd year as Head Coach at Angelo State, Dibbern has the Rams poised at the top of the leaderboards, with the top ranking in both the region and in Division II nationally. The Rams won the Lone Star Conference Championships and had 25 student-athletes earn USTFCCCA All-Region honors.

SOUTHEAST REGION – David Needs – Carson-Newman

Needs, in his 22nd year as Director of Track and Field, led the Eagles to a third-place finish in the South Atlantic Conference with four individual event wins. Carson-Newman has six qualifiers to the upcoming NCAA Championships, including the top seed in the 100 meters.

WEST REGION – Oliver Hanf – Chico State

In his 7th year as Head Men’s Track and Field Coach at Chico State, Hanf led Chico State to the CCCA Outdoor Track & Field Championship with a 70-point margin of victory. In the process, Hanf earned his fourth-straight CCAA Coach of the Year honor. The Wildcats have six qualifiers to the upcoming NCAA Championships.

Women’s Coach of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Ricky Moore – Wheeling Jesuit

Moore, in his 12th year as Head Coach at Wheeling Jesuit, led the team to their highest-ever regional ranking, ending the regular season in the second slot. The Cardinals won the MEC Outdoor Track & Field Championships with eight event victories and recorded six school records during the season.

CENTRAL REGION – Russ Jewett – Pittsburg State

In his 33rd year as Head Track and Field Coach at Pittsburg State, Jewett led the team to the MIAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships win over two national top-five teams. Headed into the NCAA Championships, the Gorillas have a total of nine entries and rank 11th nationally.

EAST REGION – Karen Boen – Stonehill

Boen, in her 22nd year as Head Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country Coach, led the Stonehill women to the NE10 Outdoor Track & Field Championships on the strength of a full team effort. The Skyhawks scored points in every event they entered and won eight event titles. Three Skyhawks won All New England Championships to help the team earn a top ten finish.

MIDWEST REGION – Jerry Baltes – Grand Valley State

In his 20th year as Head Track and Field Coach, Baltes led the Lady Lakers to a dominating win at the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a 142-point margin of victory. The team ranks first in the region and first overall nationally headed into the NCAA Championships with 21 women set to compete in 23 events.

SOUTH REGION – Mike Rosolino – Embry-Riddle (Fla.)

Rosolino, in his 17th year at Embry-Riddle, led the Eagles to the Peach Belt Conference Championships with 11 event wins. The team set one new school record this season and qualified one student-athlete to compete in two events at the NCAA Championships.

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Tom Dibbern – Angelo State

In his 3rd year as Head Coach at Angelo State, Dibbern led the Rams to the top ranking in the South Central Region and a top-five national ranking. Angelo State won the Lone Star Conference Championships with five event champions.

SOUTHEAST REGION – Danny Williamson – Lenoir-Rhyne

Williamson, in his second year as Head Coach at Lenoir-Rhyne, led the team to their first-ever South Atlantic Conference title and earned SAC Women’s Coach of the Year honors. The team finished the regular season ranked third overall in the Southeast Region.

WEST REGION – Tom Lyons – SF State

In his 14th year as Director of Track & Field and Cross Country at SF State, Lyons led the Gators to a top-ten national ranking and the top ranking in the West Region. Lyons earned CCAA Coach of the Year honors after the Gators won their second-straight CCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, and the team also picked up Field Athlete of the Meet, Track Athlete of the Meet and High Point Award honors in a dominating performance.

Men’s Assistant Coach of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Doug Knol – Shippensburg

Knol, is his 26th year with the Shippensburg program, saw his sprints and hurdles group total 87 points at the PSAC Championships – 60% of its overall team score. The 87 points scored in just six events were greater than the totals of every other school at the meet, save for Slippery Rock. SU ranks No. 2 in the nation in the 400H, No. 11 in the 110H, 13th in the 100 and 16th in the 200. Knol had five athletes of his sprints group qualify for nationals.

CENTRAL REGION – Chris Parno – Minnesota State

Parno, who is in his seventh year with Minnesota State, coached his team to 115 points from the sprints and hurdles group (52% of the overall team total) at the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Championships as the program captured the team title. He was named the NSIC Assistant Coach of the year at the meet and had individual champions in the 4×100, 4×400, 400, 110H and 400H to go with a NSIC conference record in the 110H. Overall his group had 11 All-Conference honorees and qualified six athletes for the NCAA meet.

EAST REGION – Logan Sharpe – American International

Sharpe, in just his first year with the program, watched as his athletes won the 110H, 400H and the steeplechase at the Northeast-10 Championships, all No. 1 ranked performances in the East Region. In hurdles, Sharpe has athletes provisionally qualified in the 110H, 400H and steeple, which includes the top-ranked steeplechaser in the nation. His athletes accounted for 54 of the 111 points at the NE10 championship.

MIDWEST REGION – Ernie Clark – Ashland

Clark, who is in his fourth year at Ashland, had his sprints/hurdles/relays group combine for two auto and seven provisional marks for outdoor nationals. He coached Myles Pringle to the No. 24 ranking in the world with a 45.54 in the 400. Currently ranked No. 9 in the U.S., Pringle has posted the No. 14 and 15 times in NCAA DII history this season. He also coached Trevor Bassitt to the U.S. rank of No. 45 in the 110H and U.S. rank of No. 55 in 400H to go with being named the GLIAC High Point Track Athlete of the Meet and Track Athlete of the Meet, respectively. His group scored 91 points at the GLIAC Championships.

SOUTH REGION – Charles Harris – Embry-Riddle (Fla.)

Harris, in his sixth year with the school, had his throwers score 140 points at the conference meet with seven scorers in each event. He also helped mold three of his athletes into national qualifiers in Brodie Lubelski (shot put) as well as Lonnie Marts and Connor Guinn (decathlon).

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Nathan Janusey – Angelo State

Janusey, in his third year at the school, helped Angelo State to the team title at the LSC Championships for the second year in a row and to the No. 1 spot in the National TFRI and Regional TFRI. Janusey coached freshman Decio Andrade to the sixth-best throw in NCAA DII history in the hammer and had three throwers across three events qualify for the NCAA Championships. He also has four decathletes in the top-7 heading into nationals. His decathlon squad is ranked No. 1 among all collegiate divisions.

SOUTHEAST REGION – David Pickett – North Greenville

Pickett, in his third year with the North Greenville program, had three conference champions in the 100, 400 and 4×100 relay. His athletes rank top-10 nationally for DII in three events: 400 meters (No. 4), 100m (No. 6), and 200m (No. 7). The 4 x 100 relay is also ranked No. 6 in the country. Pickett has coached the Southeast Men’s Track Athlete of the Year, Tevin Richardson, to lifetime bests this season of 20.81 (200) and 46.56 (400), as well as guided JJ Sherman to lifetime bests over 100 and 200 with times of 10.32 and 20.99, respectively. In addition, his 200 and 100 #EventSquads rank No. 3 and No. 7 in the nation.

WEST REGION – Eric Dudley – Western Washington

In his third year with the program, Dudley worked with the sprinters and hurdlers this season. His group is ranked No. 2 in the West Region while Dudley mentored GNAC 110H and 400H champion Cordell Cummings, who is ranked No. 6 nationally in the 400H. He also coached a 17-year-old freshman sprinter to the No. 8 ranking in the 100 (10.33).

Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year

ATLANTIC REGION – Brittany Hartman – Millersville

Hartman, in her 10th year with the Millersville program, watched her throwers score 65 of his team’s 109 points to take second overall at the PSAC Championships. Her athlete Sunflower Greene has the NCAA DII No. 1 ranking in the hammer, No. 3 in the shout and No. 19 in the discus. She has two other athletes ranked in the top-44 in both the shot and hammer as well. Her team is billed fourth in the #EventSquad Rankings in the hammer, sixth in the shot put and 12th in the discus.

CENTRAL REGION – Brian Allen – Missouri Southern

Allen, who is in his sixth year with the school as an assistant, has developed one of the most elite groups of women throwers at the NCAA DII level. He currently has the MSSU javelin squad in the No. 1 spot on the #EventSquad rankings with the No. 1 and 2 ranked athletes. He also has the No. 2 NCAA seed in both the shot put and discus. His throwers accounted for 12-NCAA qualifiers this season, four of which are automatic. His women’s group scored 64 points at the MIAA conference meet and broke three school records this year.

EAST REGION – Kelvin Campbell – Adelphi

Campbell, is his first year with the program, had athletes earn two NCAA provisional marks in the 4×400 and 400. His 4×400 relay group is ranked first in the region and 17th in the nation, making it the first Adelphi relay team to qualify for nationals in more than 40 years. The sprints/hurdles squad contributed 56 out of the 73 points scored at NE-10 Championships, helping the team tie its program-record with a second-place finish. His group also picked up a win this year at the Penn Relays.

MIDWEST REGION – Lou Andreadis – Grand Valley State

Andreadis, is his 18th year with the program, turned Grand Valley State into a pole vault powerhouse as he has eight of his pole vaulters on the NCAA qualifying list which included four of the top-8 in the entire country. His Vaulters swept the top 5 spots at the GLIAC Championships scoring a total of 33 points to help the Lakers win their 20th straight GLIAC Championship.

SOUTH REGION – Brad Hill – Alabama-Huntsville

Hill coaches his throwers to 68 points across four throwing events at the Gulf South Conference Championships. His athletes took home the top prize in the discus, shot, hammer and javelin. Provisional national marks were achieved in the discus, shot and javelin as his athletes have the No. 1 regional ranking in the javelin and hammer to go with being No. 2 in the discus and shot.

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION – Nathan Janusey – Angelo State

Nathan, in his third year with Angelo State, helped ASU to its second consecutive Lone Star Conference Championship. The team is ranked No. 1 in the region and fifth overall at the national level. Janusey will have five women competing in four throwing events at the NCAA Championships. He also coached Daisy Osakue to the NCAA DII record in the discus as well as the individual title at the Texas Relays. Angelo State has the top ranked discus squad in the nation.

SOUTHEAST REGION – Jacqueline Kirby – Mount Olive

Kirby, in her 10th year with the program, watched as her squad scored 83 points at the conference championships to help Mount Olive win the team title. She also coaches Leah Hanle who leads the group with three NCAA qualifying marks.

WEST REGION – Asaundra Dalton – SF State

Dalton, in her debut year with SF State, watched as athletes captured conference titles in the 200, 400, 100H, 400H, 4×100 and 4×400 relays. The team owns two of the top-5 times in the nation in both the 4×100 and 4×400 to go with the sixth-fastest time in the 200 and 400 and the fourth-best mark in the 100H. All of those performances are automatic qualifiers. Her athlete, Monisha Lewis, is No. 1 in the 100H in the West Region. In total her sprinters have four automatic and nine provisional marks.

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