Midwest Comparison: 1600


As we say farewell to the 2018 graduating class, let's take a look at how Iowa athletes stacked up against surrounding states this past track season. Here is how Iowa boys compare in the 1600. We were unable to compare Iowa girls as it is the only state from this group that runs the 1500.

Boys 1600

Iowa

1. Gable Sieperda - 4:13.78

2. Camden Cox - 4:16.88

3. Jeremy Fopma - 4:17.66

4. Konnor Sommer - 4:18.47

5. Tim Sindt - 4:18.70

6. Tom Altier - 4:19.36

7. Myles Bach - 4:20.30

8. Andrew Kephart - 4:20.88

9. Riley Bauer - 4:21.67

10. Merga Gemeda - 4:22.24


Missouri

1. Ryan Riddle - 4:08.42

2. Ben Stasney - 4:15.85

3. Jack Crull - 4:17.28

4. Nassim Oufattole - 4:18.66

5. Max Mcdaniel - 4:19.18

6. Kevin Koester - 4:21.72

7. Boston Small - 4:22.09

8. Brandon Miller - 4:23.00

9. Alexander Cobin - 4:23.53

10. Marquette Wilhite - 4:23.76


Nebraska

1. Ryan Eastman - 4:17.71

2. Jack Nolley - 4:21.32

3. Luke Stuckey - 4:21.67

4. Luke Nolley - 4:22.87

5. Wes Ferguson - 4:23.73

6. Jose Gonzalez - 4:23.89

7. Jack Larsen - 4:24.44

8. Zach Vanbrocklin - 4:26.03

9. Ben Arens - 4:26.54

10. Jake Ralston - 4:27.08


South Dakota

1. Derick Peters - 4:16.86

2. Jack Elliott - 4:23.89

3. Bonheur Mvuykeure - 4:23.89

4. Andrew Lauer - 4:24.67

5. Jack Elliot - 4:25.50

6. Alec Atwood - 4:26.04

7. Ike Mendel - 4:26.07

8. Camden Wulf - 4:26.32

9. Aaron Ryan - 4:29.32

10. Braden Peters - 4:29.60


Minnesota

1. Matt Steiger - 4:14.39

2. Khalid Hussein - 4:16.57

3. Max Manley - 4:17.19

4. Andrew Brandt - 4:18.89

5. Torin Christianson - 4:19.51

6. Addison Stansbury - 4:19.97

7. Acer Iverson - 4:20.01

8. Isaac Basten - 4:20.23

9. Austin Streit - 4:20.73

10. Ben Vanderbosch - 4:21.57


Illinois

1. Clayton Mendez - 4:08.64

2. Thomas Shilgalis - 4:10.70

3. Dylan Jacobs - 4:11.60

4. Andrew O'Keefe - 4:11.68

5. Danny Kilrea - 4:12.06

6. Zachary Albrecht - 4:13.25

7. Samuel Rivera - 4:13.47

8. Zachary Kinne - 4:14.52

9. Miles Christensen - 4:14.75

10. Alex Tam - 4:15.09


Illinois has the strongest 1600 runners in the surrounding states with their top ten all being under 4:16. Missouri, Minnesota and Iowa have very comparable times when it comes to this event. All 3 of these states have a stronger showing than the neighboring states of Nebraska and South Dakota.


Take a look at our 3200 comparison!


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