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KEWebb18
February 16th, 2011, 08:37 PM
It's a great time of year!

ACC Championships (http://www.theacc.com/championships/11-swimming-diving-championship.html)

SEC Championships (http://www.gatorzone.com/swimmingdiving/tour/sec/2011/files/livestats/index.htm)

jaadams1
February 16th, 2011, 08:47 PM
Don't forget the best small college conference ever:
NW Conference of NCAA Div. III (http://www.nwcsports.com/landing/index)

KEWebb18
February 16th, 2011, 08:53 PM
Also some other conferences of note:

Big 10 (http://iuhoosiers.cstv.com/sports/w-swim/spec-rel/10-big-ten-swim-championships.html)

Big 12 (http://www.big12sports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=10410&ATCLID=204989587)

Colonial Athletic Association (http://caasports.xosn.com/fls/8500/swimming_live/results/index.htm?DB_OEM_ID=8500)

That Guy
February 16th, 2011, 10:02 PM
Metro Atlantic (http://www.maacsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=17400&ATCLID=204991237)'s meet is this weekend

Lump
February 16th, 2011, 10:21 PM
Rowdy's long standing 200 free record went down on the lead off of the 800 Free Relay by Conor Dwyer. Just WOW!

21.36 44.46 (44.46)
1:07.94 (1:07.94) 1:31.73 (1:31.73)

on Rowdy's birthday nonetheless!

That Guy
February 18th, 2011, 01:00 AM
Conor Dwyer's reign of terror continues! 4:11.36 in the 500 and an 18.90 split in the 200 free relay.

Olympian Elizabeth Beisel got 3rd in the 500 free. I don't really think of her as a freestyler, though she did swim an A cut in the event... maybe the team needed her in there instead of the 200 IM?

Arianna Vanderplace went 21.34 in the 50 free. Very close to the 2009 American record! :applaud:

knelson
February 18th, 2011, 09:59 AM
Olympian Elizabeth Beisel got 3rd in the 500 free. I don't really think of her as a freestyler, though she did swim an A cut in the event... maybe the team needed her in there instead of the 200 IM?

Probably a strategic decision. It's looking to be a tight race for the women's title in the SEC. Georgia is nine points ahead of Florida after day two.

gdanner
February 18th, 2011, 02:01 PM
Don't forget the Big East (http://www.bigeast.org/Sports/SwimmingDiving/20102011SwimmingDivingChampCentral.aspx)!

ALM
February 18th, 2011, 11:48 PM
Rowdy's long standing 200 free record went down on the lead off of the 800 Free Relay by Conor Dwyer. Just WOW!

21.36 44.46 (44.46)
1:07.94 (1:07.94) 1:31.73 (1:31.73)

on Rowdy's birthday nonetheless!

We are timing at the SEC Championships. We briefly spoke to Rowdy this evening. He is very impressed with Conor Dwyer and is looking forward to more great swims from him.

The meet is very well-run and the stands are full of loud supporters!

Speedo
February 19th, 2011, 11:10 AM
Arianna Vanderplace went 21.34 in the 50 free. Very close to the 2009 American record! :applaud:
She got the 100 free AR this morning, with a fomer Mason Mako qualifying 2nd :cheerleader::

University of Florida 2/19/2011 - 10:53AM
2011 Southeastern Conference Championships - 2/16/2011 to 2/19/2011

Event 33 Women 100 Yard Freestyle
================================================== ================
NCAA Record:: N 47.00 3/23/2003 Natalie Coughlin, CAL
American:: A 46.85 12/1/2007 Natalie Coughlin, CAL
US Open:: O 46.85 12/1/2007 Natalie Coughlin, CAL
SEC Record:: S 47.49 2003 Maritza Corriea, Georgia
47.84 A
50.23 B
Name Year School Seed Prelims
================================================== ================
=== Preliminaries ===

1 Arianna Vanderp JR Auburn 47.44 46.81AA
22.35 46.81 (24.46)
2 Amanda Kendall SO LSU 49.63 47.94 B
22.97 47.94 (24.97)

KEWebb18
February 19th, 2011, 02:33 PM
She got the 100 free AR this morning, with a fomer Mason Mako qualifying 2nd :cheerleader::


That's an amazing time, and crazy fast for prelims. I'm interested to see how fast she goes in finals!

That Guy
February 19th, 2011, 08:16 PM
That's an amazing time, and crazy fast for prelims. I'm interested to see how fast she goes in finals!

Oddly enough, she swam the exact same time in finals. 46.81.

ALM
February 20th, 2011, 07:09 PM
Oddly enough, she swam the exact same time in finals. 46.81.

Her name is Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace and she was a 2008 Olympian for the Bahamas. We timed her in the finals last night where she swam the 46.81 a second time. Later she anchored Auburn's 400 Free Relay, where I believe her split may have been slightly faster (but, of course it was a relay start).

Atlantic
February 20th, 2011, 07:32 PM
Does anyone know when some of these meets are going to be televised?

Frank Thompson
February 20th, 2011, 07:41 PM
[QUOTE=Speedo;236759]She got the 100 free AR this morning

You can only get an American Record if you are a citizen of the United States. She is a citizen of the Bahamas. She gets the US Open, NCAA, and SEC records. Natalie Coughlin still retains the American Record at :46.85

KEWebb18
February 20th, 2011, 08:19 PM
[QUOTE=Speedo;236759]She got the 100 free AR this morning

You can only get an American Record if you are a citizen of the United States. She is a citizen of the Bahamas. She gets the US Open, NCAA, and SEC records. Natalie Coughlin still retains the American Record at :46.85

Thanks for the clarification. I'm sure Natalie is appreciative of still holding onto her record.

I didn't realize that the name was misspelled; I believe that the SEC live results website had cut off her name since it was so long.

There were some good streaks that were continued, or ended, this weekend:

University of Virginia's Women's Team won their FOURTH (http://www.virginiasports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&ATCLID=205099876&DB_OEM_ID=17800) consecutive title

Indiana University Women's team won their THIRD (http://www.collegeswimming.com/news/2011/feb/19/big-ten-three-peat-hoosiers/) consecutive title

Louisville beat Notre Dame, stopping them from winning a FIFTEENTH (http://www.und.com/sports/w-swim/recaps/021911aaa.html) consecutive title in the Big East

KEWebb18
February 20th, 2011, 08:22 PM
Does anyone know when some of these meets are going to be televised?

Usually the Big 10 conference televises them at some point on their network. I am not sure when, or if it is live.
You can always check with the conference championships websites; some places have live streaming of the events (usually just finals from what I've seen).

KEWebb18
February 21st, 2011, 07:27 PM
I've seen that most conferences do get faster year in and year out; I think that we are over the tech-suit assisted swims for the most part in NCAA swimming and are seeing who can really bring it in the water.

I think that the main difference between the bigger and smaller D1 conferences is not necessarily the speed. You will always have a few standout swimmers in the smaller conferences making NCAA cuts. It is the depth on the teams, from team to team, from top to bottom that sets the bigger schools apart.

KEWebb18
February 21st, 2011, 07:39 PM
The number of scholarships are determined by the NCAA. In swimming, there are 9.9 for men, 14 for women in DI. There are different rules for each sport, however. Football is a whole different monster and so is title IX:worms:

ALM
February 21st, 2011, 09:34 PM
The SEC Championships will air on ESPNU as follows:

Men: Sunday, February 27th, 6:00 pm
Women: Tuesday, March 1st, 5:00 pm

Atlantic
February 21st, 2011, 09:45 PM
The SEC Championships will air on ESPNU as follows:

Men: Sunday, February 27th, 6:00 pm
Women: Tuesday, March 1st, 5:00 pm


Thank you!

:)

Looks like women's Big 10's will be on Saturday Feb 26th @ 11am, EST (on The Big Ten Network).

ande
February 22nd, 2011, 10:01 AM
^^Yes, I definitely agree with the above regarding depth. I think the amount of scholarships available makes a difference. My college team had 3 - 4 full scholarships that were split between the mens team. For the big teams such as Auburn, Texas.etc. how many scholarships are usually allocated for the team?

Div 1 Womens Swimming and Diving Programs are allowed to have 14 scholarships

Div 1 Mens Swimming and Diving Programs are allowed to have 9.9 scholarships


How Many Swimming Scholarships ARE Available?
The NCAA Women’s Div I Swimming and Diving programs may offer a total of 14 full scholarships per schools, and the Men’s Swimming and Diving programs, 9.9. Considering the number of schools with women’s swim teams-- close to 200 for any given year--and the number with men’s swim teams, at about 140, the total number of swimming and diving scholarships available to Div I swimmers and divers is over 4,000. from Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholarship Options (http://www.gocollege.com/financial-aid/scholarships/athletic/swimming.html)


This makes recruiting quite challenging for schools. Each year a D1 mens swimming & Diving program has around 2.5 scholarships to divvy up. Pretty much everyone on the mens team has partial scholarships, except for walk ons. I believe Books count as a 1% of a scholarship. Most of the womens team are on full scholarships.

If an athlete receives a partial scholarship, then the school's academic admission standards for that athlete shift from whatever the school requires to the NCAA minimum standards which is a sliding scale that looks at the students GPA & SAT score. The higher the students GPA the lower the required SAT score. The
2010-2011 Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete (http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/CB11.pdf) shows the scale on page 6.

As an example UT is pretty tough to get into, most students need to be in the top 10% of their classes to be accepted. Plus high school classes tend to shrink due to drop outs. I think my son's class started with over 500 students his fr year and but by the first semester of his sr year there were around 325.

KEWebb18
February 22nd, 2011, 08:41 PM
Ande thanks for the info on scholarships.
I also forgot to add your link to the Big 12 (http://www.big12sports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=10410&ATCLID=204989587) champs this weekend.

Speedo
February 24th, 2011, 01:52 PM
Nice prelim swim in the CAA this morning:

George Mason University 2/24/2011 - 13:20PM
2011 CAA Swimming & Diving Championship
Sponsored by Marriott Hotels of N. Virginia

Event 3 Women 500 Yard Freestyle
================================================== ================
CAA Meet Rec: # 4:36.85 2/24/2011 Meredith Budner, Towson
CAA Top Perf: ! 4:36.85
CAA Top Perf: ! 4:36.85 2/24/2011 Meredith Budner, Towson
4:38.46 A
4:52.41 B
Name Year School Seed Prelims
================================================== ================
=== Preliminaries ===

1 Budner, Meredit SR TOWSON 4:36.85#A
r:+0.81 25.35 52.27 (26.92)
1:20.11 (27.84) 1:48.35 (28.24)
2:16.22 (27.87) 2:44.36 (28.14)
3:12.52 (28.16) 3:40.85 (28.33)
4:08.92 (28.07) 4:36.85 (27.93)

KEWebb18
February 24th, 2011, 08:03 PM
Atlantic 10 (http://www.atlantic10.com/championships/2011-swim-champ.html) has live streaming on their site.

Chris Stevenson
February 24th, 2011, 08:33 PM
Atlantic 10 (http://www.atlantic10.com/championships/2011-swim-champ.html) has live streaming on their site.

Results are here:

http://www.atlantic10.com/livestats/c-swim/index.htm

The Spiders are swimming well so far, hopefully they'll take back their title.

oldwahoo
February 24th, 2011, 10:56 PM
The school still keeps its standards unless they are lower than the NCAA (which are pretty low)


Div 1 Womens Swimming and Diving Programs are allowed to have 14 scholarships

Div 1 Mens Swimming and Diving Programs are allowed to have 9.9 scholarships



This makes recruiting quite challenging for schools. Each year a D1 mens swimming & Diving program has around 2.5 scholarships to divvy up. Pretty much everyone on the mens team has partial scholarships, except for walk ons. I believe Books count as a 1% of a scholarship. Most of the womens team are on full scholarships.

If an athlete receives a partial scholarship, then the school's academic admission standards for that athlete shift from whatever the school requires to the NCAA minimum standards which is a sliding scale that looks at the students GPA & SAT score. The higher the students GPA the lower the required SAT score. The
2010-2011 Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete (http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/CB11.pdf) shows the scale on page 6.

As an example UT is pretty tough to get into, most students need to be in the top 10% of their classes to be accepted. Plus high school classes tend to shrink due to drop outs. I think my son's class started with over 500 students his fr year and but by the first semester of his sr year there were around 325.

Chris Stevenson
February 25th, 2011, 09:57 AM
The school still keeps its standards unless they are lower than the NCAA (which are pretty low)

Yes. But from what I've seen (a small sample size, admittedly) school standards for athletes are usually not the same as they are for non-athletes. And they aren't usually the same for all sports, either.

Lump
February 25th, 2011, 10:30 PM
I'm voluteer timing at Men's ACC's. Tonight kid from UVA went 1:32.5 in 200 Free. Dusted the field. Another UVA kid went 3:41 in 400 IM.

Timing tomorrow night too. Fun to watch some really fast swimming once in a while.

ALM
February 26th, 2011, 01:10 PM
I'm voluteer timing at Men's ACC's. Tonight kid from UVA went 1:32.5 in 200 Free. Dusted the field. Another UVA kid went 3:41 in 400 IM.

Timing tomorrow night too. Fun to watch some really fast swimming once in a while.

Have fun! We enjoyed timing at the SECs. The times were just unbelievable.

ande
March 1st, 2011, 03:52 PM
Pac 10 Men's Swimming and Diving (http://www.pac-10.org/Sports/SwimmingDiving/ChampionshipMSwim.aspx)
Date: March 2-5, 2011
Venue: Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool
Location: Long Beach, Calif.

Pac 10 Womens (http://www.pac-10.org/Sports/SwimmingDiving/WSwimmingMAndWDivingChampionship.aspx) were
Date: February 23-26, 2011
Venue: Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Complex
Location: Federal Way, Wash.
RESULTS (http://results.teamunify.com/pnws2/)

hofffam
March 1st, 2011, 04:50 PM
Div 1 Womens Swimming and Diving Programs are allowed to have 14 scholarships

Div 1 Mens Swimming and Diving Programs are allowed to have 9.9 scholarships



This makes recruiting quite challenging for schools. Each year a D1 mens swimming & Diving program has around 2.5 scholarships to divvy up. Pretty much everyone on the mens team has partial scholarships, except for walk ons. I believe Books count as a 1% of a scholarship. Most of the womens team are on full scholarships.

If an athlete receives a partial scholarship, then the school's academic admission standards for that athlete shift from whatever the school requires to the NCAA minimum standards which is a sliding scale that looks at the students GPA & SAT score. The higher the students GPA the lower the required SAT score. The
2010-2011 Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete (http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/CB11.pdf) shows the scale on page 6.

As an example UT is pretty tough to get into, most students need to be in the top 10% of their classes to be accepted. Plus high school classes tend to shrink due to drop outs. I think my son's class started with over 500 students his fr year and but by the first semester of his sr year there were around 325.

How can most of the women swimmers have full scholarships when the roster size is typically double the number of scholarships? Perhaps 1 or 2 superstars have a full or near full, but I have been told that in Div 1, most are still partial. I know a diver offered a full at Iowa St this fall but she declined it for a different school.

ande
March 2nd, 2011, 11:01 PM
there were some fast splits tonight

1 Men 200 Yd Medley Relay
================================================== ========
Pac 10: P 1:22.50 2009 California, CAL
Barnea, Dugonjic, Moore, Adrian
Pac 10 Meet: M 1:23.92 3/2/2011 Univ of CA - Berkeley, CAL-PC
G Barnea, D Dugonjic, G Moore, N Adrian
NCAA: N 1:22.36 3/27/2009 Auburn, Auburn
J. White, M. Silva, M. Targett, G. Louw
1:25.66 NCAA
1:29.94 CONS
School Seed Finals Points
================================================== ========

1 CAL-PC 'A' 1:25.39 1:23.92MNCAA 40
1) Barnea, Guy M SR 2) Dugonjic, Damir SR
3) Moore, Graeme J SR 4) Adrian, Nathan G SR
21.74 45.05 (23.31)
1:05.42 (20.37) 1:23.92 (18.50)

2 STAN-PC 'A' 1:27.99 1:25.42 NCAA 34
1) Swanston, Matthew J SO 2) Lovelace, Curtis C JR
3) Staab, Austin K SR 4) Coville, Alex SR
21.96 46.17 (24.21)
1:06.34 (20.17) 1:25.42 (19.08)

3 USC-CA 'A' 1:26.88 1:26.01 CONS 32
1) Karpov, Nick SO 2) Connolly, Dillon B SR
3) Bloch, Chase E FR 4) Morozov, Vlad V FR
22.14 46.36 (24.22)
1:07.38 (21.02) 1:26.01 (18.63)


Event 2 Men 800 Yd Free Relay
================================================== ========
Pac 10: P 6:11.82 2009 Arizona, ARIZ
Basson, Nilo, Shapira-Or, Greenshields
Pac 10 Meet: M 6:14.82 2009 Arizona, ARIZ
Basson, Nilo, Shapira Bar-Or, Greenshields
NCAA: N 6:10.16 3/27/2009 Texas, Texas
D. Walters, R. Berens, S. Jostes, M. Klueh
6:23.26 NCAA
6:42.42 CONS
School Seed Finals Points
================================================== ========

1 STAN-PC 'A' 6:32.66 6:19.17 NCAA 40
1) Bollier, Bobby L JR 2) Stoehr, Mitch D FR
3) Priestley, Morgan P JR 4) Andrews, Rob A JR
21.82 45.26 (45.26)
1:09.71 (1:09.71) 1:34.97 (1:34.97)
1:56.66 (21.69) 2:20.27 (45.30)
2:45.20 (1:10.23) 3:10.86 (1:35.89)
3:32.71 (21.85) 3:56.93 (46.07)
4:21.04 (1:10.18) 4:44.87 (1:34.01)
5:06.04 (21.17) 5:29.98 (45.11)
5:54.50 (1:09.63) 6:19.17 (1:34.30)

2 USC-CA 'A' 6:22.61 6:20.88 NCAA 34
1) Lefert, Clement SR 2) White, Patrick P JR
3) Wagner, Jack S FR 4) Colupaev, Dimitri FR
22.05 45.32 (45.32)
1:09.01 (1:09.01) 1:33.37 (1:33.37)
1:55.33 (21.96) 2:19.69 (46.32)
2:44.94 (1:11.57) 3:11.00 (1:37.63)
3:32.68 (21.68) 3:56.94 (45.94)
4:22.05 (1:11.05) 4:47.18 (1:36.18)
5:07.87 (20.69) 5:31.00 (43.82)
5:55.51 (1:08.33) 6:20.88 (1:33.70)

3 CAL-PC 'A' 6:31.68 6:21.13 NCAA 32
1) Shields, Tom A SO 2) Metz, Samuel A FR
3) Howell, Isaac L JR 4) Hinshaw, Ben S SO
21.43 44.66 (44.66)
1:08.64 (1:08.64) 1:32.88 (1:32.88)
1:54.74 (21.86) 2:19.10 (46.22)
2:44.13 (1:11.25) 3:09.34 (1:36.46)
3:31.15 (21.81) 3:55.04 (45.70)
4:19.70 (1:10.36) 4:44.91 (1:35.57)
5:06.65 (21.74) 5:30.45 (45.54)
5:55.24 (1:10.33) 6:21.13 (1:36.22)

osterber
March 2nd, 2011, 11:10 PM
Men's Ivy Champs:

http://www.meetresults.com/2011/ivies/

-Rick

That Guy
March 3rd, 2011, 01:40 AM
Also this weekend:

NJCAA: http://www.star-meets.org/results/NJCAA/2011/index.htm
NAIA: http://naia.cstv.com/livestats/m-swim/index.htm

That Guy
March 4th, 2011, 11:55 PM
And we get to see a rematch at NCAA's...

Event 9 Men 100 Yd Fly
================================================== =======================
Pac 10: P 44.18 2008 Austin Staab, STAN
Pac 10 Meet: M 44.66 3/4/2011 Austin K Staab, STAN-PC
NCAA: N 44.18 3/27/2009 Austin Staab, Stanford
46.04 NCAA
48.34 CONS
Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================== =======================
=== A - Final ===

1 Staab, Austin K SR STAN-PC 45.52 44.66MNCAA 20
21.06 44.66 (23.60)
2 Shields, Tom A SO CAL-PC 45.32 44.78 NCAA 17
21.02 44.78 (23.76)

That Guy
March 5th, 2011, 01:24 PM
Mid-American Conference men's champs are this weekend as well.

http://mac-sports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=9400&KEY=&ATCLID=205072248

This must have been an exciting relay to watch:


Event 13 Men 800 Yard Freestyle Relay

Championship: 6:37.42 C 1998 UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
Rosepapa, Fullins, Powells, Draeger
Pool: 6:36.23 P 2006 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
Waked, McGee, Hedo, Santoro
6:23.26 AUTO
6:42.42 CONS
Team Relay Finals Time Points

1 Buffalo, State University of N A 6:37.12C CONS 40

1) Aronica, Phil FR 2) Heine, Jared JR 3) Proudfoot, Simon JR 4) Hogan, Matt SO
23.14 48.94 (48.94) 1:15.58 (1:15.58) 1:42.88 (1:42.88)
2:04.82 (21.94) 2:29.76 (46.88) 2:55.60 (1:12.72) 3:21.57 (1:38.69)
3:44.27 (22.70) 4:09.11 (47.54) 4:34.68 (1:13.11) 5:00.60 (1:39.03)
5:22.40 (21.80) 5:47.15 (46.55) 6:12.23 (1:11.63) 6:37.12 (1:36.52)

2 Southern Illinois University A 6:38.24 CONS 34

1) Parsons, Matt JR 2) Badrawi, El JR 3) Jordan, Chris JR 4) Kruse, Matt JR
22.65 47.24 (47.24) 1:12.80 (1:12.80) 1:38.65 (1:38.65)
2:02.11 (23.46) 2:27.55 (48.90) 2:53.35 (1:14.70) 3:19.66 (1:41.01)
3:41.80 (22.14) 4:06.41 (46.75) 4:32.66 (1:13.00) 4:59.49 (1:39.83)
5:21.82 (22.33) 5:46.58 (47.09) 6:11.81 (1:12.32) 6:38.24 (1:38.75)

That Guy
March 5th, 2011, 10:14 PM
Whoa, Tom Shields just lowered the NCAA record in the 200 fly!

Event 19 Men 200 Yd Fly
================================================== =======================
Pac 10: P 1:41.52 2010 Tom shields, STAN
Pac 10 Meet: M 1:41.84 2010 Bobby Bollier, STAN
NCAA: N 1:40.75 3/28/2009 Shaune Fraser, Florida
1:42.95 NCAA
1:48.09 CONS
Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================== =======================
=== A - Final ===

1 Shields, Tom A SO CAL-PC 1:44.21 1:40.31NNCAA 20
22.53 48.48 (25.95)
1:14.11 (25.63) 1:40.31 (26.20)
2 Bollier, Bobby JR STAN-PC 1:42.58 1:41.60MNCAA 17
22.69 48.62 (25.93)
1:14.50 (25.88) 1:41.60 (27.10)

That Guy
March 5th, 2011, 10:30 PM
Also, this happened a few minutes ago in the 200 breast:

16 Steel, Kevin FR ARIZ-AZ 2:02.80 2:14.21 1
24.94 53.58 (28.64)
1:34.80 (41.22) 2:14.21 (39.41)

Mr. Steel slightly improved his already-impressive 100 breast time from last night and with that he also improved his chances of getting an invite to NCAA's. Now look at his 3rd and 4th 50 splits, where he's warming down and just making sure to finish the event legally. See those times? OK. I did this 2 weeks ago:


1 Guy, That 2:37.96
36.46 1:17.90 (41.44)
1:58.45 (40.55) 2:37.96 (39.51)

My race-pace breaststroke is the same speed as his warmdown breaststroke! :bow:

That Guy
March 5th, 2011, 10:54 PM
MONSTER ANCHOR by Nathan Adrian

Event 21 Men 400 Yd Free Relay
================================================== ================================
Pac 10: P 2:47.86 2007 ARIZ, ARIZ
Subirats, Nilo, Townsend, Ritter
Pac 10 Meet: M 2:48.32 2009 Stanford, STAN
A. Coville, J. Allen, J. Dunford, D. Dunford
NCAA: N 2:46.54 3/17/2007 Auburn, Auburn
J. Andkjaer, G. Louw, M.Target , B. Lindquist
2:52.47 NCAA
3:01.09 CONS
School Seed Finals Points
================================================== ================================
1 CAL-PC 'A' 2:54.05 2:48.16MNCAA 40
1) Moore, Graeme J SR 2) Daniels, Josh L SR
3) Shields, Tom A SO 4) Adrian, Nathan G SR
19.92 42.43 (42.43)
1:02.71 (20.28) 1:25.71 (43.28)
1:45.64 (19.93) 2:07.54 (41.83)
2:26.76 (19.22) 2:48.16 (40.62)
2 STAN-PC 'A' 2:53.97 2:48.51 NCAA 34
1) Coville, Alex SR 2) Allen, Jake R SR
3) Wayne, Aaron W SO 4) Staab, Austin K SR
20.45 42.78 (42.78)
1:02.66 (19.88) 1:25.14 (42.36)
1:44.85 (19.71) 2:07.12 (41.98)
2:26.90 (19.78) 2:48.51 (41.39)