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ande
March 3rd, 2010, 10:23 PM
2010 div 1 NCAA's

Womens Div 1 NCAAs
March 18-20 at the
Boilermaker Aquatic Center in
West Lafayette, Indiana

WOMENS LIVE RESULTS (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/inc/div1/w-swim-div1-results.html)

Womens official psych sheet (http://championships.coloradotime.com/women10/pdf/w10_off_ps.pdf) is out

http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/spec-rel/030310aaa.html

NCAA Div 1 Info (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/inc/div1/w-swim-div1-results.html)

elise526
March 3rd, 2010, 11:17 PM
Looks like it is Stanford's to lose. Georgia might be a close second.

no200fly
March 4th, 2010, 12:32 PM
Can you tell anything about the effect of the suit change by looking at the number of "A" cuts? I would guess that the effect will be greater in the men's events.

ande
March 11th, 2010, 10:01 PM
mens psych sheet (http://championships.coloradotime.com/men10/pdf/m10_off_ps.pdf)

tdrop
March 12th, 2010, 08:36 AM
Can you tell anything about the effect of the suit change by looking at the number of "A" cuts? I would guess that the effect will be greater in the men's events.

I was wondering the same thing. I think I saw only two people made the A cut in the 100 free. I think most events had around 5 A cuts. But I'm not sure if that is normal or not??? The A cuts are always next to impossible for most humans.

I would like to compare this year to last. I looks like there will still be some really fast swims. If there is going to be a noticeable change it will be in depth. The top 16 at NCAA's should be telling.

JimRude
March 12th, 2010, 10:00 AM
GO BEARS!

ande
March 15th, 2010, 11:15 AM
women's NCAA's begin in 2 days and 22 hours

2010 Div 1 Womens NCAAs (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/inc/div1/w-swim-div1-results.html)

Official Psych Sheet (http://championships.coloradotime.com/women10/pdf/w10_off_ps.pdf)

NCAA.com will stream both sessions of competition on
Thursday and Friday, and the preliminary session on Saturday.
ESPN360.com will stream the finals live on Saturday.
Additionally, ESPN2 will air a 90-minute show at 1:30 p.m. Eastern time, Tuesday, April 6.

ande
March 16th, 2010, 01:09 PM
My NCAA Division I Men's Event Picks
March 15, 2010
Column by John Lohn (http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/lane9/news/23771.asp?q=My%20NCAA%20Division%20I%20Men's%20Eve nt%20Picks)

knelson
March 16th, 2010, 01:42 PM
I just don't see Nathan Adrian losing the 50, although I think Feigen will give him a good race.

ande
March 17th, 2010, 01:39 PM
The Morning Swim Show, March 17, 2010:
Frank Busch and Lea Maurer
Preview Women's Div 1 NCAA Championships (http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/lane9/news/23782.asp?q=<i>The%20Morning%20Swim%20Show</i>,%20March%2017,%202010:%20Frank%20Busch%20and%20Le a%20Maurer%20Preview%20Women's%20NCAA%20Championsh ips)

PHOENIX, Arizona, March 17. ON the eve of the NCAA Division I women's swimming and diving championships, The Morning Swim Show brings you interviews with two of the top coaches in collegiate swimming.

First, Garrett McCaffrey talks to Arizona head coach Frank Busch about how the team has moved on from last year's meet and how he has prepared them for a run at this year's title. Peter Busch talks to Stanford head coach Lea Maurer about Julia Smit's performances at the Pac-10 championships and what her team's chances are to win the national title this year. Watch the full show in the video player below and visit SwimmingWorld.TV (http://www.swimmingworld.tv/) for more video interviews.

Mark Savage
March 18th, 2010, 01:10 AM
I'm predicting an AR in the men's 200 free ... 1:30+ !!!

ande
March 18th, 2010, 11:24 AM
Womens 2010 Div 1 NCAAs has begun, you can watch it online

WATCH (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/w-swim-div1-index.html)

Results (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/inc/div1/w-swim-div1-results.html)

Participant Manual (http://www.ncaa.com/graphics/champpage/2010DIWSwimmingandDivingParticipantManual2.pdf)

no200fly
March 18th, 2010, 12:08 PM
I was wondering the same thing. I think I saw only two people made the A cut in the 100 free. I think most events had around 5 A cuts. But I'm not sure if that is normal or not??? The A cuts are always next to impossible for most humans.

I would like to compare this year to last. I looks like there will still be some really fast swims. If there is going to be a noticeable change it will be in depth. The top 16 at NCAA's should be telling.

I compared the 2009 -2010 psych sheets for A cuts below. There does seem to be a big difference.

Reviewing the A cuts - Avg 10.6 per event in 2009 5.5 in 2010. I also looked at the first few events and compared each seed in succession and there was a fairly consistent increase by position. The 400 IM & 800 Free relay A cuts were a little surprising to me.

2009 2010 Event
10 3 200 Yard Freestyle
12 6 500 Yard Freestyle
10 8 200 Yard IM
14 5 50 Yard Freestyle
6 4 400 Yard Medley
11 7 200 Yard Medley Relay
11 10 400 Yard IM
12 4 100 Yard Butterfly
8 3 200 Yard Freestyle
12 4 100 Yard Breaststroke
16 10 100 Yard Backstroke
12 10 800 Yard Freestyle Relay
14 5 1650 Yard Freestyle
12 4 200 Yard Backstroke
5 2 100 Yard Freestyle
4 2 200 Yard Breaststroke
12 6 200 Yard Butterfly
11 6 400 Yard Freestyle Relay
10.67 5.50 Avg

ande
March 19th, 2010, 11:18 AM
Day 2 Womens 2010 Div 1 NCAAs prelims going
you can watch it online

WATCH (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/w-swim-div1-index.html)



Results (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/inc/div1/w-swim-div1-results.html)

if you click on latest heat,
it automatically updates

ande
March 20th, 2010, 01:41 PM
very close meet
finals should be exciting
here was the rankings at the end of last nights finals

1. Stanford 266.5
2. Georgia 262.5
3. Arizona 259.5
4. California 256
5. Florida 236
6. Texas A&M 216
7. Southern California 169
8. Virginia 110
9. Texas 87.5
10. Auburn 87

georgia woud probably be in the lead
but their 4 x 50 medley got deeked

ande
March 20th, 2010, 05:59 PM
Controversy at womens NCAAs

Controversy
Kelsey Amundsen, who was invited to the meet by way of the 400 free relay for Texas, drew a meet misconduct penalty by not showing up for the 100 free. Typically, a meet misconduct is punished by ejection from the rest of the meet. Since Amundsen was invited as part of the 400 free relay, she must compete in that event. However, since she drew the meet ejection, Texas cannot legally finish the 400 free relay this evening. Texas' appeal of Amundsen's disqualification was rejected, and Texas has since scratched the 400 free relay for tonight.

Additionally, since Amundsen swam the third leg of Texas' 14th-place 200 free relay on the first night and never competed in the event (the 400 free relay) that drew her into the meet's invitee list, she has been ruled as an illegible swimmer for the entire meet. Therefore, Texas's 200 free relay has been disqualified according to an NCAA official.

In a day ruled by controversy (likely due to how many teams had a legitimate chance to win the title in the third day), Southern California drew a disqualification of its 200 medley relay from last night after a report that the Trojans did not swim a required swimmer on the relay. USC's qualifying time for the 200 medley relay was posted at Pac 10s with a team of Presley Bard, Anna Kowalczyk, Lyndsay DePaul and Joan Christel Simms. Kowalczyk did not compete for USC during either the prelims or the finals yesterday, thus disqualifying the relay since it was Kowalcyzk's only invited event. More information has come to the forefront that Kowalczyk was sick and not brought to the meet. USC, however, failed to inform the NCAA of the issue and she remained on the official roster. If USC had informed the NCAA, Kowalczyk would have been taken off the roster, and the first alternate would have made the meet.

from swimming world (http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/lane9/news/23827.asp?q=NCAA%20Division%20I%20Women's%20Champi onships:%20Day%20Three%20Prelims;%20Controversy%20 Reigns)

gobears
March 20th, 2010, 08:30 PM
This has been such an interesting meet. Love it that it's so competitive between teams these days. Thanks for the links, Ande.

ande
March 20th, 2010, 09:14 PM
here's the score right after 10 meter platform
all that's left is the relay

1. Florida 350
2. Stanford 339.5
3. Arizona 335.5
4. California 329
5. Georgia 312.5
6. Texas A&M 285
7. Southern California 237
8. Virginia 129
9. Auburn 125
9. Indiana 125
11. Texas 106.5
12. Minnesota 102

here's the prelim relay results


NCAA Division I Championship Meet
3/20/2010 - 17:11PM
NCAA Women's D1 Championships -
3/18/2010 to 3/20/2010

Event 21 Women 400 Yard Freestyle Relay

Preliminaries ===

1 TA&M 3:15.23 3:14.37 q"A"
1) Woods, Sarah 2) r:+0.26 Hain, Melissa
3) r:+0.41 Sommer, Maria 4) r:+0.24 Wilkinson, Julia
r:+0.78 24.14 49.35 (49.35)
1:12.69 (23.34) 1:37.91 (48.56)
2:01.31 (23.40) 2:26.84 (48.93)
2:49.73 (22.89) 3:14.37 (47.53)

2 CAL 3:14.66 3:14.62 q"A"
1) Wilson, Hannah 2) r:+0.28 Isakovic, Sara
3) r:+0.44 Dagg, Erica 4) r:+0.20 Jensen, Liv
r:+0.71 23.57 48.69 (48.69)
1:12.24 (23.55) 1:37.73 (49.04)
2:00.86 (23.13) 2:26.27 (48.54)
2:49.11 (22.84) 3:14.62 (48.35)

3 STAN 3:12.83 3:14.78 q"A"
1) Dwelley, Kate 2) r:+0.27 Woodward, Samantha
3) r:+0.24 Webb, Elizabeth 4) r:+0.11 Smit, Julia
r:+0.79 23.47 48.76 (48.76)
1:11.91 (23.15) 1:38.04 (49.28)
2:00.89 (22.85) 2:26.82 (48.78)
2:50.15 (23.33) 3:14.78 (47.96)

4 FLOR 3:15.00 3:14.96 q"B"
1) Kemp, Elizabeth 2) r:+0.37 Stafford, Shara
3) r:+0.28 Spofforth, Gemma 4) r:+0.32 Bohunicky, Jamie
r:+0.80 23.66 49.27 (49.27)
1:12.43 (23.16) 1:37.78 (48.51)
2:00.49 (22.71) 2:26.02 (48.24)
2:49.54 (23.52) 3:14.96 (48.94)

5 UGA 3:14.09 3:15.18 q"B"
1) Schmitt, Allison 2) r:+0.14 Romano, Megan
3) r:-0.02 Nauta, Chelsea 4) r:+0.32 Scroggy, Morgan
r:+0.75 23.75 49.25 (49.25)
1:12.39 (23.14) 1:37.79 (48.54)
2:01.44 (23.65) 2:26.98 (49.19)
2:49.99 (23.01) 3:15.18 (48.20)

6 AUB 3:15.26 3:15.20 q"B"
1) Riordan, Hannah 2) r:+0.23 Marik, Melissa
3) r:+0.16 Geary, Caitlin 4) r:+0.41 Vanderpool-WalArianna
r:+0.84 23.63 49.35 (49.35)
1:12.48 (23.13) 1:38.06 (48.71)
2:01.42 (23.36) 2:26.78 (48.72)
2:50.06 (23.28) 3:15.20 (48.42)

7 ARIZ 3:16.96 3:15.80 q"B"
1) Schluntz, Justine 2) r:+0.25 Vorster, Leone
3) r:+0.21 Boritzke, Andrea 4) r:+0.28 Drake, Monica
r:+0.72 23.52 48.63 (48.63)
1:11.83 (23.20) 1:37.34 (48.71)
2:00.51 (23.17) 2:25.99 (48.65)
2:49.78 (23.79) 3:15.80 (49.81)

8 UVA 3:15.24 3:16.00 q"B"
1) Christensen, Mei 2) r:+0.25 Perdue, Lauren
3) r:+0.19 Flynn, Kelly 4) r:+0.18 Moores, Kristen
r:+0.72 23.62 49.09 (49.09)
1:11.83 (22.74) 1:36.93 (47.84)
2:00.42 (23.49) 2:26.56 (49.63)
2:50.17 (23.61) 3:16.00 (49.44)

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9 USC 3:16.22 3:16.86 q"B"
1) Bard, Presley 2) r:+0.22 DePaul, Lyndsay
3) r:+0.33 Simms, Joan Christel 4) r:+0.27 Hosszu, Katinka
r:+0.78 23.55 48.72 (48.72)
1:12.40 (23.68) 1:37.92 (49.20)
2:01.90 (23.98) 2:27.72 (49.80)
2:51.45 (23.73) 3:16.86 (49.14)

10 IND 3:16.95 3:17.50 q"B"
1) Smailis, Donna 2) r:+0.26 Strumbel, Brittany
3) r:+0.12 White, Nikki 4) r:+0.34 Farrell, Margaux
24.02 49.44 (49.44)
1:12.91 (23.47) 1:38.88 (49.44)
2:02.72 (23.84) 2:28.73 (49.85)
2:52.02 (23.29) 3:17.50 (48.77)

11 MICH 3:18.29 3:17.62 q"B"
1) Kelly, Margaret 2) r:+0.24 Cole, Leigh
3) r:+0.18 Mehesan, Alexa 4) r:+0.29 Moodie, Natasha
r:+0.74 23.55 48.98 (48.98)
1:12.64 (23.66) 1:38.25 (49.27)
2:02.16 (23.91) 2:28.28 (50.03)
2:52.13 (23.85) 3:17.62 (49.34)

12 WISC 3:17.58 3:17.83 q"B"
1) Thompson, Rebecca 2) r:+0.24 Meyer, Margaret
3) r:+0.16 Miller, Laura 4) r:+0.17 Morahan, Rose
r:+0.75 23.70 49.54 (49.54)
1:12.22 (22.68) 1:38.49 (48.95)
2:02.18 (23.69) 2:28.59 (50.10)
2:52.05 (23.46) 3:17.83 (49.24)

13 UMD 3:17.79 3:18.46 q"B"
1) Fittin, Ann 2) r:+0.22 Wright, Laura
3) r:+0.14 Lafferty, Megan 4) r:+0.02 Glover, Virginia
r:+0.75 23.77 49.38 (49.38)
1:13.00 (23.62) 1:39.51 (50.13)
2:03.28 (23.77) 2:29.53 (50.02)
2:52.62 (23.09) 3:18.46 (48.93)

14 TENN 3:17.83 3:19.22 q"B"
1) King, Michele 2) r:+0.23 Akerfelds, Aleksa
3) r:+0.40 Floyd, Kelsey 4) r:+0.26 Connolly, Jennifer
r:+0.66 23.43 48.93 (48.93)
1:13.22 (24.29) 1:39.44 (50.51)
2:02.97 (23.53) 2:29.07 (49.63)
2:52.76 (23.69) 3:19.22 (50.15)

15 PUR 3:18.20 3:19.42 q"B"
1) Martin, Ariel 2) r:+0.26 Butler, Lisa
3) r:+0.30 Roth, Lauren 4) r:+0.22 Henninger, Leah
r:+0.70 23.84 49.95 (49.95)
1:13.51 (23.56) 1:39.69 (49.74)
2:03.71 (24.02) 2:29.65 (49.96)
2:53.32 (23.67) 3:19.42 (49.77)

16 WVU 3:17.72 3:20.10 q"B"
1) Callaway, Morgan 2) r:+0.13 Purtell, Shaunna
3) r:+0.15 Burnett, Rachael 4) r:+0.28 Andrews, Kayla
r:+0.81 24.58 50.23 (50.23)
1:13.71 (23.48) 1:40.19 (49.96)
2:04.12 (23.93) 2:31.09 (50.90)
2:54.02 (22.93) 3:20.10 (49.01)

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17 LSU 3:19.09 3:20.71 "B"
1) Beck, Mary 2) r:+0.36 Trepp, Jane
3) r:+0.20 Goates, Samantha 4) r:+0.17 Kendall, Amanda
23.96 50.05 (50.05)
1:13.71 (23.66) 1:40.37 (50.32)
2:04.53 (24.16) 2:30.96 (50.59)
2:54.42 (23.46) 3:20.71 (49.75)

18 LOU 3:20.00 3:20.89 "B"
1) Campbell, Whitney 2) r:+0.14 Vanwinkle, Leslie
3) r:+0.11 Cole, Aileen 4) r:+0.29 Halet, Elizabeth
r:+0.79 23.54 49.82 (49.82)
1:13.45 (23.63) 1:39.80 (49.98)
2:03.84 (24.04) 2:30.53 (50.73)
2:54.34 (23.81) 3:20.89 (50.36)

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19 UNC 3:19.39 3:21.01 "B"
1) Kane, Rebecca 2) r:+0.14 Nolan, Kathleen
3) r:+0.10 Tanner, Sarah 4) r:+0.20 Harvey, Katura
r:+0.73 23.85 49.75 (49.75)
1:13.17 (23.42) 1:39.82 (50.07)
2:03.66 (23.84) 2:30.70 (50.88)
2:54.80 (24.10) 3:21.01 (50.31)
20 MINN 3:20.55 3:21.40 "B"
1) Whitehead, Hannah 2) r:+0.32 Eggers, Alison
3) r:+0.09 Braun, Megan 4) r:+0.20 Davies, Marissa
r:+0.77 24.25 50.41 (50.41)
1:14.05 (23.64) 1:40.59 (50.18)
2:04.22 (23.63) 2:30.68 (50.09)
2:54.94 (24.26) 3:21.40 (50.72)
-- TEX 3:16.02 DQ
1) Bispo, Karlee 2) r:+0.19 Riefenstahl, Ktharine
3) r:+0.17 Hersey, Kathleen 4) r:+0.29 Powers, Brianne
r:+0.70
-- UKY 3:19.71 NS
Declared false start
1) Penrod, Chatham 2) r:NRT Pulskamp, Megan
3) r:NRT Sergesketter, Kayla 4) r:NRT Graessle, Lindsey
-- VT 3:17.97 NS
Declared false start
1) Filova, Katarina 2) r:NRT Demarrais, Kelly
3) r:NRT Hajnal, Erika 4) r:NRT Ritter, Lauren

ande
March 20th, 2010, 09:32 PM
and the winner is
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 21

1. Florida 382
2. Stanford 379.5
3. California 363
4. Arizona 359.5
5. Georgia 342.5
6. Texas A&M 311
7. Southern California 251
8. Auburn 153
9. Virginia 151
10. Indiana 133
11. Texas 106.5
12. Minnesota 102
13. Tennessee 99.5
14. Wisconsin 88
15. Michigan 76
16. Purdue 57
17. Houston 53
18. Princeton 48
19. California, Los Angeles 45.5
20. North Carolina 42
21. George Mason 31
22. Ohio State 29
22. Arizona State 29
24. Virginia Tech 26
25. Maryland 24
25. Towson 24
27. Southern Methodist 22
28. Yale 21
28. Duke 21
30. Iupui 20
30. Louisiana State 20
32. Alabama 19
33. Kansas 18
34. Louisville 15
34. Western Kentucky 15
34. Kentucky 15
34. Arkansas 15
38. Notre Dame 14
39. South Carolina 12
39. Miami (Ohio) 12
41. Buffalo 11
42. Missouri 5
42. San Diego State 5
44. Brigham Young 4
44. West Virginia 4
44. Florida State 4
47. Pennsylvania State 1
47. Harvard 1


NCAA Division I Championship Meet 3/20/2010 - 21:21PM
NCAA Women's D1 Championships - 3/18/2010 to 3/20/2010

Event 21 Women 400 Yard Freestyle Relay
================================================== ================================
American: A 3:11.14 3/21/2009 Stanford
K Dwelley, S Woodward, E Breeden, J Smit
NCAA: N 3:09.88 3/21/2009 California
H Wilson, L Jensen, E Dagg, D Vollmer
US Open: O 3:09.88 3/21/2009 California
H Wilson, L Jensen, E Dagg, D Vollmer
NCAA Meet: M 3:09.88 3/21/2009 California
H Wilson, L Jensen, E Dagg, D Vollmer
Pool: P 3:13.56 3/19/2005 Georgia
Joyce,Kearns,DeScenza,Weir
3:14.93 "A"
3:24.67 "B"
School Prelims Finals Points
================================================== ================================
=== A - Final ===

1 STAN 3:14.78 3:12.32P"A" 40
1) Dwelley, Kate 2) r:+0.27 Woodward, Samantha
3) r:+0.26 Webb, Elizabeth 4) r:+0.17 Smit, Julia
r:+0.79 23.19 48.32 (48.32)
1:11.20 (22.88) 1:36.68 (48.36)
1:59.43 (22.75) 2:24.72 (48.04)
2:47.67 (22.95) 3:12.32 (47.60)

2 CAL 3:14.62 3:12.67P"A" 34
1) Wilson, Hannah 2) r:+0.29 Isakovic, Sara
3) r:+0.36 Dagg, Erica 4) r:+0.24 Jensen, Liv
r:+0.71 23.46 48.35 (48.35)
1:11.46 (23.11) 1:36.86 (48.51)
1:59.96 (23.10) 2:25.26 (48.40)
2:47.75 (22.49) 3:12.67 (47.41)

3 FLOR 3:14.96 3:13.43P"A" 32
1) Kemp, Elizabeth 2) r:+0.36 Stafford, Shara
3) r:+0.27 Spofforth, Gemma 4) r:+0.45 Bohunicky, Jamie
r:+0.78 23.55 49.18 (49.18)
1:11.77 (22.59) 1:36.68 (47.50)
1:59.02 (22.34) 2:24.44 (47.76)
2:47.92 (23.48) 3:13.43 (48.99)

4 UGA 3:15.18 3:13.70 "A" 30
1) Scroggy, Morgan 2) r:+0.19 Romano, Megan
3) r:+0.21 Nauta, Chelsea 4) r:+0.42 Schmitt, Allison
r:+0.75 23.25 47.88 (47.88)
1:10.99 (23.11) 1:36.22 (48.34)
2:00.25 (24.03) 2:25.60 (49.38)
2:48.61 (23.01) 3:13.70 (48.10)

5 AUB 3:15.20 3:15.05 "B" 28
1) Riordan, Hannah 2) r:+0.25 Marik, Melissa
3) r:+0.21 Geary, Caitlin 4) r:+0.37 Vanderpool-WalArianna
r:+0.84 23.63 49.57 (49.57)
1:12.68 (23.11) 1:38.47 (48.90)
2:01.65 (23.18) 2:27.30 (48.83)
2:49.90 (22.60) 3:15.05 (47.75)

6 TA&M 3:14.37 3:15.46 "B" 26
1) Woods, Sarah 2) r:+0.40 Hain, Melissa
3) r:+0.26 Sommer, Maria 4) r:+0.44 Wilkinson, Julia
r:+0.76 23.98 50.00 (50.00)
1:13.57 (23.57) 1:38.66 (48.66)
2:02.07 (23.41) 2:28.12 (49.46)
2:50.83 (22.71) 3:15.46 (47.34)

7 ARIZ 3:15.80 3:15.62 "B" 24
1) Schluntz, Justine 2) r:+0.25 Boritzke, Andrea
3) r:+0.11 Vorster, Leone 4) r:+0.32 Lopus, Whitney
r:+0.71 23.34 48.30 (48.30)
1:11.46 (23.16) 1:37.18 (48.88)
2:00.16 (22.98) 2:25.85 (48.67)
2:49.11 (23.26) 3:15.62 (49.77)

8 UVA 3:16.00 3:17.52 "B" 22
1) Christensen, Mei 2) r:+0.31 Perdue, Lauren
3) r:+0.22 Moores, Kristen 4) r:+0.43 Davis, Hannah
r:+0.69 23.71 49.79 (49.79)
1:12.75 (22.96) 1:38.25 (48.46)
2:02.20 (23.95) 2:28.24 (49.99)
2:51.67 (23.43) 3:17.52 (49.28)


=== B - Final ===

9 WISC 3:17.83 3:16.66 "B" 18
1) Thompson, Rebecca 2) r:+0.10 Meyer, Margaret
3) r:+0.12 Miller, Laura 4) r:+0.24 Morahan, Rose
r:+0.73 23.64 49.55 (49.55)
1:12.28 (22.73) 1:37.97 (48.42)
2:01.60 (23.63) 2:27.72 (49.75)
2:50.93 (23.21) 3:16.66 (48.94)

10 USC 3:16.86 3:16.93 "B" 14
1) Bard, Presley 2) r:+0.19 DePaul, Lyndsay
3) r:+0.25 Shumway, Katherine 4) r:+0.44 Hosszu, Katinka
r:+0.79 23.43 48.35 (48.35)
1:11.75 (23.40) 1:37.34 (48.99)
2:01.13 (23.79) 2:27.91 (50.57)
2:51.66 (23.75) 3:16.93 (49.02)

11 MICH 3:17.62 3:17.72 "B" 12
1) Kelly, Margaret 2) r:+0.31 Cole, Leigh
3) r:+0.17 Mehesan, Alexa 4) r:+0.34 Moodie, Natasha
r:+0.74 23.43 49.01 (49.01)
1:12.81 (23.80) 1:38.72 (49.71)
2:02.69 (23.97) 2:28.83 (50.11)
2:52.32 (23.49) 3:17.72 (48.89)

12 UMD 3:18.46 3:18.17 "B" 10
1) Fittin, Ann 2) r:+0.18 Wright, Laura
3) r:+0.23 Lafferty, Megan 4) r:+0.27 Glover, Virginia
r:+0.72 23.48 49.40 (49.40)
1:12.89 (23.49) 1:39.19 (49.79)
2:02.73 (23.54) 2:29.19 (50.00)
2:52.61 (23.42) 3:18.17 (48.98)

13 IND 3:17.50 3:19.12 "B" 8
1) Smailis, Donna 2) r:+0.19 Strumbel, Brittany
3) r:+0.27 Wohrley, Taylor 4) r:+0.20 Farrell, Margaux
r:+0.74 24.14 49.95 (49.95)
1:13.25 (23.30) 1:39.36 (49.41)
2:03.25 (23.89) 2:29.75 (50.39)
2:52.89 (23.14) 3:19.12 (49.37)

14 TENN 3:19.22 3:19.65 "B" 6
1) King, Michele 2) r:+0.02 Connolly, Jennifer
3) r:+0.27 Farrell, Morgan 4) r:+0.28 Floyd, Kelsey
r:+0.64 23.74 49.09 (49.09)
1:12.38 (23.29) 1:38.85 (49.76)
2:02.86 (24.01) 2:30.59 (51.74)
2:53.79 (23.20) 3:19.65 (49.06)

15 WVU 3:20.10 3:20.59 "B" 4
1) Callaway, Morgan 2) r:+0.24 Purtell, Shaunna
3) r:+0.17 Burnett, Rachael 4) r:+0.14 Andrews, Kayla
r:+0.79 24.59 50.56 (50.56)
1:14.19 (23.63) 1:40.73 (50.17)
2:04.74 (24.01) 2:31.66 (50.93)
2:54.33 (22.67) 3:20.59 (48.93)

16 PUR 3:19.42 3:20.82 "B" 2
1) Martin, Ariel 2) r:+0.22 Butler, Lisa
3) r:+0.32 Roth, Lauren 4) r:+0.35 Henninger, Leah
r:+0.68 24.06 50.30 (50.30)
1:13.59 (23.29) 1:39.74 (49.44)
2:04.03 (24.29) 2:30.34 (50.60)
2:54.60 (24.26) 3:20.82 (50.48)

knelson
March 21st, 2010, 12:31 AM
Kelsey Amundsen, who was invited to the meet by way of the 400 free relay for Texas, drew a meet misconduct penalty by not showing up for the 100 free.

How do you miss your event at NCAAs? I'd like to hear what happened.


Southern California drew a disqualification of its 200 medley relay from last night after a report that the Trojans did not swim a required swimmer on the relay.

Nice job Salo.

That Guy
March 21st, 2010, 01:23 AM
How do you miss your event at NCAAs? I'd like to hear what happened.

Nice job Salo.

+1. Shenanigans. :shakeshead:

DanSad
March 22nd, 2010, 10:13 AM
Are the finals times available?

ande
March 22nd, 2010, 11:50 AM
yes at: 2010 Womens Div 1 NCAA RESULTS (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/w-swim/champpage/inc/div1/w-swim-div1-results.html)


Are the finals times available?

no200fly
March 22nd, 2010, 01:47 PM
Controversy at womens NCAAs

Controversy
Kelsey Amundsen, who was invited to the meet by way of the 400 free relay for Texas, drew a meet misconduct penalty by not showing up for the 100 free.

from swimming world (http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/lane9/news/23827.asp?q=NCAA%20Division%20I%20Women's%20Champi onships:%20Day%20Three%20Prelims;%20Controversy%20 Reigns)

I watched some of the prelims over the internet link (thanks Al Gore) and it seems like there were 2 or 3 empty lanes in the later heats of the 100 free. I wonder if there were other disqualifications?


I am glad they don't have that rule a USMS meets. In my age group, there seems to be a lot of people who think better of a 200 fly or 200 im or even a 100 fly on the later days of a meet.

hofffam
March 22nd, 2010, 02:23 PM
Massive under-achievement by the Texas women. I didn't check every time, but I believe not one season best time. Only Kathleen Hersey made an A final - 200 IM and 200 fly. Not one relay finished top 8.

Something very wrong in their preparation for NCAAs. A&M beat them in the Big12s and whipped them at NCAAs.

Great race though between the top 6 teams. Without suits most times were slower - but not all. Annie Chandler beat Rebecca Soni's NCAA 100 breast record.

hofffam
March 22nd, 2010, 02:28 PM
How do you miss your event at NCAAs? I'd like to hear what happened.


According to Brackin - they intended to scratch Amundsen via a declared false start. But they didn't for some reason (staff screwup). So Amundsen "missed" her race - which is a meet misconduct penalty. And Texas didn't get to swim the 400 free relay. Amundsen was REQUIRED to swim the 400 free relay because that is how she qualified for NCAAs. Finally Amundsen's earlier swim in a relay was disqualified because she was no longer eligible. As badly as Texas swam though - it might have been a relief.

Leonard Jansen
March 24th, 2010, 10:39 AM
According to Brackin - they intended to scratch Amundsen via a declared false start.

Showing my ignorance of pool swimming here: What is a "declared false start?"
Thanks.

-LBJ

Its a slow show
March 24th, 2010, 10:40 AM
What is the internet site for live video for the Men's NCAA's ???? THX

That Guy
March 24th, 2010, 12:53 PM
Showing my ignorance of pool swimming here: What is a "declared false start?"
Thanks.

-LBJ

At NCAA's, it seems to mean "scratched."

Chris Stevenson
March 24th, 2010, 03:47 PM
At NCAA's, it seems to mean "scratched."

It may be similar to what is (at least locally) referred to as "refusing the blocks" in a USA-S meet.

Say you have a deadline to scratch a particular event; there will be a penalty if you fail to scratch and then don't show up.

But let's say you don't want to swim a particular event because you are tired, or resting for something else. If you missed the scratch deadline, you could just show up and false start on purpose, or just swim the event very slowly.

Either way would delay the meet, so officials give you the option of "refusing the blocks." Essentially it means you show up and declare you don't want to swim. You get DQ'd and the DQ reads false start, but you are not penalized for a no-show.

(Note: I've done this once, and they didn't require me to actually show up to the blocks...I just informed them about 15 min before the race that I intended to "refuse the blocks" and they said okay.)

Anyway, I bet that's what this is at NCAAs.

lefty
March 24th, 2010, 05:17 PM
I think the USC error ocurrs alot more often that people know but does not typically get discovered. You have to understand the rules and remember how each swimmer qualified for the meet to catch it. Just a hunch, but someone probably turned USC in and the coaches were unaware of the infraction up until the point of the DQ.

Allen Stark
March 24th, 2010, 06:41 PM
I just saw on Swimming World that swimmers from Texas,Stanford,and Arizona were all sick with GI problems,some requiring hospitalization, with Arizona evidently being the worst hit.That could wreck havoc on the meet.

pwb
March 24th, 2010, 07:04 PM
I just saw on Swimming World that swimmers from Texas,Stanford,and Arizona were all sick with GI problems,some requiring hospitalization, with Arizona evidently being the worst hit.That could wreck havoc on the meet.
Link here: http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/lane9/news/23859.asp?q=Illness%20Ravages%20NCAA%20Division%20 I%20Men's%20Championships%20-%20<font%20color=red>Updated%20with%20Statement%20from%20Ohio%20State%2 0University%20Media%20Relations</font>

swim53
March 25th, 2010, 07:33 AM
http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2010/03/24/OSU_Medical_Center_treats_20_people_for_illness.ht ml?sid=101

They think the team contracted it before getting to Ohio State/Columbus

ande
March 25th, 2010, 10:00 AM
Men's NCAAs was supposed to start today Thu March 25th but it's been pushed back 1 day
it starts tomorrow Fri Mar 26th

info & links to live video feed (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/m-swim/champpage/m-swim-div1-index.html)

RESULTS (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/m-swim/champpage/inc/div1/m-swim-div1-results.html)

ande
March 26th, 2010, 08:52 AM
NCAAs start today!
Hook em!


Men's NCAAs was supposed to start today Thu March 25th but it's been pushed back 1 day
it starts tomorrow Fri Mar 26th

info & links to live video feed (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/m-swim/champpage/m-swim-div1-index.html)

RESULTS (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/m-swim/champpage/inc/div1/m-swim-div1-results.html)

That Guy
March 26th, 2010, 01:00 PM
Closely watching the 3 teams that got hit by the virus (Arizona, Texas, Stanford)... all 3 made the top 8 in the 200 free relay! But then in the 500, there were 3 scratches, all from Stanford and Arizona, and all of Texas' entries missed the finals and were well off their times. 200 IM prelims are happening right now.

pwb
March 26th, 2010, 01:32 PM
Feigen only guy under 19 in the 50 (18.97), but Cal, Stanford and Auburn each put 2 guys into Top 8.

Texas looks pretty good in the 200 IM with Berens & Surhoff, as well, but the 500's gonna hurt them. 200 IM should be a great race tonight.

ande
March 26th, 2010, 02:14 PM
looking forward to it
tonight I've got the 1650

ande


Feigen only guy under 19 in the 50 (18.97), but Cal, Stanford and Auburn each put 2 guys into Top 8.

Texas looks pretty good in the 200 IM with Berens & Surhoff, as well, but the 500's gonna hurt them. 200 IM should be a great race tonight.

ande
March 26th, 2010, 07:12 PM
finals has begun

ande
March 26th, 2010, 08:53 PM
Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 5 1 M Diving

1. Texas 117
2. California 99
3. Florida 88
4. Auburn 80.5
5. Stanford 74
6. Michigan 65
7. Arizona 61
8. Kentucky 34
9. Purdue 33
10. Southern California 30.5

jaegermeister
March 27th, 2010, 12:30 AM
Texas in first, 'cause of their divers!

jaegermeister
March 27th, 2010, 12:56 AM
I wish I had seen the final of the 500 free. Top 4 finishers within 0.3 seconds! That's a lot of hurt in the pool! :applaud:

Mark Savage
March 27th, 2010, 01:50 AM
For his 100 fr leg in the medley relay, Nathan Adrian split 19.0 !!!

ande
March 27th, 2010, 07:48 AM
Here's links to follow Day 2

Info & Links to Live Video (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/m-swim/champpage/m-swim-div1-index.html)

RESULTS (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/m-swim/champpage/inc/div1/m-swim-div1-results.html)

JimRude
March 27th, 2010, 10:46 AM
GO BEARS!

pwb
March 27th, 2010, 12:30 PM
GO BEARS!Cal is swimming great. I haven't watched the 400 medley relay, but they dominated that and were solid to great across the other events (though, like Texas, were notably absent from the 500). How come they can't put together a strong diving program?

pwb
March 27th, 2010, 01:00 PM
Cal's going to be looking great tonight, I would think if the 100 fly is any indication -- 3 guys in Top 8 with Adrian in the consols as well:

Event 9 Men 100 Yard Butterfly
================================================== ================
American: A 44.18 3/27/2009 Austin Staab, Stanford
US Open: O 44.18 3/27/2009 Austin Staab, Stanford
NCAA Meet: M 44.18 3/27/2009 Austin Staab, Stanford
NCAA: N 44.18 3/27/2009 Austin Staab, Stanford
Pool: P 45.92 2/26/2010 Chris Brady, MICHIGAN
46.04 "A"
48.34 "B"
Name Year School Seed Prelims
================================================== ================
=== Preliminaries ===

1 Shields, Thomas CAL 45.75 45.67Pq
r:+0.81 9.87 21.34 (11.47)
33.48 (12.14) 45.67 (12.19)
2 Gydesen, Mathia CAL 46.89 45.90Pq
r:+0.66 9.81 21.49 (11.68)
33.57 (12.08) 45.90 (12.33)
3 McGill, Tyler AUB 46.00 46.00 q
r:+0.67 9.93 21.59 (11.66)
33.60 (12.01) 46.00 (12.40)
4 Wyher, Tommy UNC 45.57 46.06 q
r:+0.79 9.86 21.19 (11.33)
33.17 (11.98) 46.06 (12.89)
5 Taylor, Hill TEX 46.62 46.08 q
r:+0.74 9.89 21.56 (11.67)
33.52 (11.96) 46.08 (12.56)
6 Godsoe, Eugene STAN 46.10 46.19 q
r:+0.71 9.92 21.57 (11.65)
33.68 (12.11) 46.19 (12.51)
7 Moore, Graeme CAL 46.29 46.37 q
r:+0.74 9.37 21.08 (11.71)
33.32 (12.24) 46.37 (13.05)
8 Dylla, Mark UGA 46.22 46.38 q
r:+0.74 10.03 21.65 (11.62)
33.69 (12.04) 46.38 (12.69)
8 Schneider, Josh CINC 46.44 46.38 q
r:+0.71 9.80 21.51 (11.71)
33.56 (12.05) 46.38 (12.82)

orca1946
March 27th, 2010, 01:08 PM
What an exciting meet !:banana:

Chris Stevenson
March 27th, 2010, 04:06 PM
Check out that 200 free: 8 guys within about half a second of each other in the morning.

Its a slow show
March 27th, 2010, 10:57 PM
Looking at Sunday's pysch sheets Texas is going to have to do amazing on the platfrom diving to catch Cal. I think the meet will hinge on the 200 breast where Cal has a chance of placing 4 or 5 swimmers with 2 top five. Its going to be a fun finish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Its a slow show
March 28th, 2010, 10:39 AM
Are the finals on the internet tonite, and if so, where?? THX

Ahelee Sue Osborn
March 28th, 2010, 11:50 AM
Are the finals on the internet tonite, and if so, where?? THX

http://all-access.cbssports.com/player.html?code=ncaa&media=175478

CALIFORNIA!!

ande
March 28th, 2010, 01:34 PM
here's the score as of the end of the 2nd day

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 14

1. California 348.5
2. Texas 330
3. Arizona 269
4. Florida 264
5. Stanford 221
6. Auburn 215.5
7. Michigan 160
8. Virginia 100

here's how things looked as of the end of Sun Prelims

200 BK UT 1 up 3 down Cal 0 up 1 down
100 fr UT 2 up 2 down CAL 2 up 1 down
BR UT 2 up 0 down Cal 1 up 0 down
FL UT 0 up 1 down CAL 1 up 1 down

no200fly
March 28th, 2010, 03:54 PM
After looking at the psych sheet last night I didn't think Texas had a chance. Looks very close now. That last relay should be exciting.

no200fly
March 28th, 2010, 09:23 PM
:chug:The fat lady is about to sing:chug:

ande
March 29th, 2010, 11:19 AM
2010 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships
Final Team Standings - Top 4
1 TEXAS 500
2 California 469.5
3 Arizona 387
4 Stanford 369

POST-MEET COMMENTS
Texas head coach Eddie Reese
On winning his 10th NCAA championship: I never really count numbers. Itís always a 15 to 18 to 19-man effort that does it. To get everybody headed in the right direction in early September, that takes trust on their side and takes trust on the coaching staffís side. Swimmers and divers are such good kids that itís hard to not enjoy it and not have success, win or lose. Cal can be upset about not winning, but they had the meet of their lives. Iím not sure I want to see them have this kind of meet ever again (laughs). We never set a goal to win (before the season). We set a goal to get better and try to figure out what it takes to get better. But, Iím a bit of a purist and I would love to see them work real hard and go real fast, and then whatever the team score comes out , thatís great. It really helps to win because it doesnít happen very often.

On the key factor in winning the meet: The key to the meet was the morning of the second day because Cal had the best second-day morning (at an NCAA Championship) I have ever seen in this sport. We stayed fairly close to them, and if we hadnít stayed close to them, then it would have been totally over. We would have had no chance. They could have given Cal the trophy that night. There was no way to make up a whole lot on Cal tonight. The third day is always a tough day.

On the diversí success: The divers pay the same price we do and they work hard. Everybody wants to come here and perform. Thatís the name of the game. Itís a moderately simple equation. They did a great job.

On rallying to win on the meetís final day: This was one of our best final days, ever. The only thing special about it was the people that were doing the swims. The last day is a fatigue day. If you looked at the 400 freestyle relays in the prelims, California went with their best four guys just to not take a chance. We went with our best four guys.

On whether this NCAA title is more special than others: Itís always about people and effort for me. If youíre going to win an NCAA championship, youíve got to have real good people who make great efforts on days they donít want to, when theyíre not feeling well. All that kind of stuff goes into it. I donít remember the others (national championships), but I can tell you what their times were when they came to school and what they were when they graduated. Those are the important things. Itís what they give.

Senior Ricky Berens
On winning the national championship: Itís what every college athlete dreams of, to win the NCAA championship. Thatís what you train for every single day. We worked so hard every single day for the last four years, and we knew were not going to come up short. To go out like this is amazing. All of the seniorsÖweíre all such a close-knit group, a bunch of brothers. Itís just something very special we talked aboutÖwinning the NCAA championship. We often watched past NCAA Championships and saw all the Texas guys from 2001 and 2002, when they won NCAA titles. We wanted to feel what they felt when they jumped in the pool together after winning the national championship. We wanted it.

On Texas swinging the momentum back in its favor during prelims: The whole NCAA meet is a roller coaster. Every single team goes up and down the whole meet. Cal won those relays early on, and they gained momentum the whole second day. Then, we won the 800 freestyle relay and took away the momentum. We went into the last day really pumped. We had a meeting today before prelims. We discussed how we were tired of getting second place and that we were going to get it done right now in the prelims.

2010 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships - Day 3 Finals Results
1,650 Freestyle - Timed Final
3. Jackson Wilcox - 14:49.47
200 Backstroke - Championship Final
6. Austin Surhoff - 1:41.13
200 Backstroke - Consolation Final
6. Hill Taylor - 1:42.58
7. Cole Cragin - 1:42.74
8. Bryan Collins - 1:43.10
100 Freestyle - Championship Final
2. Jimmy Feigen - 41.91
8. Dave Walters - 42.96
100 Freestyle - Consolation Final
T1 Scott Jostes - 42.82
6. Ben Van Roekel - 43.25
200 Breaststroke - Championship Final
2. Scott Spann - 1:53.21
7. Eric Friedland - 1:54.80
200 Butterfly - Consolation Final
4. Ricky Berens - 1:43.89
Platform Diving - Championship Final
3. Matt Cooper - 462.30
7. Drew Livingston - 382.80
400 Freestyle Relay
2 Walters, Feigen, Jostes, Berens - 2:49.90

From:
Longhorns claim 10th NCAA men's swimming and diving championship behind nine top-eight finishes on the final day. (http://www.texassports.com/sports/m-swim/recaps/032810aaf.html)

http://www.texassports.com/sports/m-swim/spec-rel/tex-m-swim-spec-rel.html

ande
March 29th, 2010, 06:54 PM
interviews (http://www.swimnetwork.com/Events/Meets/2010/March/Mens-NCAA-Championships.aspx)

ande
March 30th, 2010, 10:54 AM
UT Tower lighting set for Tuesday evening, March 30 (http://www.texassports.com/sports/m-swim/spec-rel/032910aab.html)

UT Tower to be lit in burnt orange with the number '1' on all four sides in recognition of Texas Men's Swimming and Diving's 10th NCAA team crown.

March 29, 2010


AUSTIN, Texas -- The UT Tower will be drenched in burnt orange lighting with the number "1" lit on each side Tuesday evening, March 30 in recognition of the University of Texas men's swimming and diving team's victory at the NCAA Championships.

Per UT tradition, the campus landmark is bathed in burnt orange lighting from top to bottom with the number "1" lit on all four sides when a University of Texas athletics team wins a NCAA team championship. The Texas women's indoor track and field team most recently lit the UT Tower in that fashion in 2006.

The Longhorns captured their 10th NCAA team crown under 32nd-year head coach Eddie Reese on Sunday, March 28 in Columbus, Ohio. Texas utilized nine top-eight finishes on the final to power past California en route to the title. UT totaled 500 points and finished 30.5 points ahead of second-place California after trailing the Golden Bears by 18.5 points through day two of the three-day meet.

Texas claimed one individual title and one relay crown at the NCAA Championships. Freshman Austin Surhoff became the second Longhorn to win the 200-yard individual medley, and the UT quartet of junior Scott Jostes, senior Dave Walters, sophomore Neil Caskey and senior Ricky Berens secured Texas' second straight NCAA title in the 800-yard freestyle relay.

ande
April 1st, 2010, 11:32 PM
Great photos of 2010 NCAAs


MEN (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/men.htm)

Day 1 (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/men/Day1Finals/index.html)


Day 2 (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/men/day2finals/index.html)


Day 3 (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/men/day3finals/index.html)



WOMEN (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/women.htm)

DAY 1 (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/women/ThursdayFinals/index.html)

DAY 2 (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/women/FridayFinals/index.html)

DAY 3 (http://www.theswimpictures.com/NCAA/2010/championships/women/SaturdayFinals/index.html)

FROM http://www.theswimpictures.com

ande
April 6th, 2010, 09:22 PM
April 5, 2010

ESPN2 to air NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships recap on Wednesday, April 7

ESPN2 to air 90-minute show recapping Texas' run to the NCAA title on Wednesday beginning at 12:30 p.m. Central


AUSTIN, Texas Ė ESPN2 will air a 90-minute recap of the 2010 NCAA Menís Swimming and Diving Championships on Wednesday, April 7 at 12:30 p.m. Central.

Texas claimed the three-day meet and secured its 10th NCAA team title, all under 32nd-year head coach Eddie Reese and 27th-year assistant coach Kris Kubik. Diving coach Matt Scoggin has had a hand in five NCAA team crowns for the Longhorns.

Texas rallied to win the NCAA title after trailing first-place California by 18.5 points heading into the final session. The Longhorns outscored the Golden Bears by a 170-121 count in the final session behind nine championship finals berths.

Freshman Austin Surhoff claimed the 200-yard individual medley on the meetís opening day, and the Texas quartet of junior Scott Jostes, senior Dave Walters, sophomore Neil Caskey and senior Ricky Berens captured the 800-yard freestyle relay on day two.

UT also picked up a pair of NCAA runner-up finishes from junior Scott Spann in the breaststroke events, and the diving duo of junior Matt Cooper and sophomore Drew Livingston collectively notched three top-seven finishes.