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    Re: NCAA Swimming

    Men's D1 NCAAs Championships are Wed Mar 23 - Sat Mar 26, 2016

    Psych Sheet

    Real Time Results

    Watch Prelims Live

    Watch Finals Live on ESPN

    Meet Info


    Wednesday Events
    Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific

    •800 Freestyle Relay
    Wednesday Heat Sheet


    Thursday Events
    Prelims - 10 a.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Central / 7 a.m. Pacific
    Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific
    Heat Sheet
    http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...Thu-prelim.pdf

    •200 Freestyle Relay
    •500 Free
    •200 IM
    •50 Free
    •One meter diving finals
    •400 Medley Relay


    Friday Events
    Prelims - 10 a.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Central / 7 a.m. Pacific
    Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific

    •400 IM
    •100 Butterfly
    •200 Free
    •100 Breaststroke
    •100 Backstroke
    •3-meter diving finals
    •200 Medley Relay


    Saturday Events
    Prelims - 10 a.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Central / 7 a.m. Pacific
    Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific
    3:45 p.m. - 4:50 p.m. 1,650 Freestyle early heats begin
    4:50 p.m. - Free last heat of timed finals

    •200 Back
    •100 Free
    •200 Breast
    •200 Butterfly
    •Platform Diving Finals
    •400 Free Relay
    Team Awards
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    Re: NCAA Swimming

    For the women, it looks like Stanford would have won the championship if their FR had not DQd.
    "To strive,to seek,to find,and not to yield" Tennyson
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    Re: NCAA Swimming

    UT wins relay & Breaks NCAA & US Open Record

    Freshman Townley Haas swims a lights out 1:30.5 split, JR Jack Conger leads off in with a 1:31.89
    1 Texas 6:14.79 6:08.03NA 40
    1) Conger, Jack JR
    2) r:0.18 Haas, Townley FR
    3) r:0.23 Smith, Clark JR
    4) r:0.38 Schooling, Joseph SO

    r:+0.71
    21.19 44.31 (44.31)
    1:08.02 (1:08.02) 1:31.89 (1:31.89)

    1:52.30 (20.41) 2:15.25 (43.36)
    2:38.78 (1:06.89) 3:02.41 (1:30.52)

    3:23.74 (21.33) 3:47.03 (44.62)
    4:11.39 (1:08.98) 4:35.69 (1:33.28)

    4:56.10 (20.41) 5:19.03 (43.34)
    5:43.17 (1:07.48) 6:08.03 (1:32.34)
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    I just watched that relay - that was amazing.

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    What an incredible meet overall. Both the women's and men's meets were incredibly fast this year.

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    yes everything under the 500 was blazing fast

    i am still having a hard time trying to pick the swim of the meet or mvp

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunruh View Post
    yes everything under the 500 was blazing fast

    i am still having a hard time trying to pick the swim of the meet or mvp
    Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.

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    My vote for MVP would be Joseph Schooling 2 individual wins/records plus 2 relay wins/records (plus 1 non record relay win and 2 top 3 relay finishes) on the way to helping Texas win the title. Runners-up Caeleb Dressel and Ryan Murphy.

    The swim of the meet… way too many to pick 1. But the race of the meet was the 1650; 3 different swimmers held the lead for 500 or more, but the winner (in the closest 1650 in NCAA championship history) held the lead for less than 5 yards. Chris Swanson the senior from Penn (the school’s first NCAA champ) split a 24.38 last 50 to run down the leader.

    Quote Originally Posted by rtodd View Post
    Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.
    or Licon’s 200 Breast or Murphy’s 200 Back or Schooling’s 200 Fly
    Last edited by Rob Copeland; March 28th, 2016 at 02:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtodd View Post
    Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.
    Murphy's backstrokes were pretty spectacular, too. I can't even fathom a 1:35 200 back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knelson View Post
    Murphy's backstrokes were pretty spectacular, too. I can't even fathom a 1:35 200 back.
    Yea, you are right, Murphy was crazy! how do you pick? I would say it was Haas' meet though. 200, 500 and a good 1650 as a Freshman.

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    I'm glad I'm not the only one having trouble picking THE swim of the meet. I've changed my mind a few times but for me it was Murphy's 2BK. Incredibly fast meet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Copeland View Post
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    The swim of the meet… way too many to pick 1. But the race of the meet was the 1650; 3 different swimmers held the lead for 500 or more, but the winner (in the closest 1650 in NCAA championship history) held the lead for less than 5 yards. Chris Swanson the senior from Penn (the school’s first NCAA champ) split a 24.38 last 50 to run down the leader.
    Agreed. I didn't have access to live streaming so I was only following the updates on SwimSwam, but that was a great race - several lead changes, then someone that nobody seems to have mentioned before the race makes up a nearly 3s deficit in the final 50 for UPenn's first ever Men's swimming NCAA championship. Very cool.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Copeland View Post
    or Licon’s 200 Breast or Murphy’s 200 Back or Schooling’s 200 Fly
    When Cordes set the 200 BR record just a couple of years ago I was sure that was one for the ages. It seemed absurdly fast. I'm stunned it has already gone down. Licon has a great win in the 4IM last year as well. I hope he can adjust to LCM. This guy is good.

    Murphy is going to Rio, he isn't going to let 2 guys finis before him in the 2BK at trials. Good grief, 20.2 in the 50, 43 in the 100, 1:35 in the 200, those are solid freestyle times for all but the top D1 programs, and he has already proven he can swim fast LCM as well.

    It would be cool if Conger goes to Rio in the 2fly, and races Schooling there, but that seems like a remote possibility.

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    consider this:
    haas throws down the fastest *SPLIT* ever 1:30.52 in the 4x200 relay to help UT set a new ncaa record.
    but wait
    then he goes *FASTER* from a dead start at 1:30.46
    nobody else went faster in their individual event after posting the fastest split in history on a relay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunruh View Post
    consider this:
    haas throws down the fastest *SPLIT* ever 1:30.52 in the 4x200 relay to help UT set a new ncaa record.
    but wait
    then he goes *FASTER* from a dead start at 1:30.46
    nobody else went faster in their individual event after posting the fastest split in history on a relay!
    Didn't Eddie Reese say that Hass has done that before? (not the 1:30, but beating his relay split)
    That was a great swim although I suspect that there are a few guys who could have gone sub-1:30 had they chosen to do a 200 SCY free shaved and tapered, Angel comes to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtodd View Post
    Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.
    So many great swims, but Haas' really stood out to me, largely because he's only a Freshman. Hard to imagine him not breaking the 1:30 barrier before he graduates.

    Something that is easy to overlook, given all the great single swims that happened, was Dressel recording 4 of the 5 fastest 50 free times ever....all in a single day. Nobody else has ever swum it in under 18.40. He did it 4 times on Thursday, in the prelims and finals of the 50 free and as lead off swimmer for Florida's 200 Free Relay in both the prelims and the finals. In the 200 free relay, nobody else was able to out-split Dressel's flat-start 18.24 in the finals, even with a flying relay start.

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    A quick comparison of the US Open records set at Men’s NCAA’s.

    Event Name Time *Next fastest Prior Sec. Drop % Drop NCAA 2nd Time Sec. Diff. % Diff.
    50 free Caeleb Dressel 18.20 Cesar Cielo 18.47 0.27 1.46% Simonas Bilis 18.84 0.64 3.40%
    200 fly Joseph Schooling 97.97 Jack Conger 99.31 1.34 1.35% Jack Conger 98.06 0.09 0.09%
    100 back Ryan Murphy 43.49 Nick Thoman 44.07 0.58 1.32% Connor Oslin 45.32 1.83 4.04%
    200 back Ryan Murphy 95.73 Ryan Lochte 96.81 1.08 1.12% Jacob Pebley 98.50 2.77 2.81%
    200 free Townley Haas 90.46 Simon Burnett 91.20 0.74 0.81% Matias Koski 91.54 1.08 1.18%
    100 free Caeleb Dressel 40.46 Vlad Morozov 40.75 0.29 0.71% Simonas Bilis 41.18 0.72 1.75%
    200 breast Will Licon 108.12 Kevin Cordes 108.66 0.54 0.50% Josh Prenot 109.38 1.26 1.15%
    100 fly Joseph Schooling 44.01 Austin Staab 44.18 0.17 0.38% Caeleb Dressel 44.40 0.39 0.88%

    *Next fastest – is the next fastest person swimming the event. In some cases the second fastest time was also by the record holder.
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    Haas has incredible range and went 18 high (timing pads in) in his 50 relay split in practice. I hear he is a very good long course swimmer, even though I think NOVA swims primarily SCY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtodd View Post
    Haas has incredible range and went 18 high (timing pads in) in his 50 relay split in practice.
    Hell, he went out at 20.90 in the 200! I'm not surprised that when you give him a flying relay start, and relieve him of the burden of having to swim another 150 yards in under 1:10, he can throw down a sub 19 second 50 relay split

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtodd View Post
    Haas has incredible range and went 18 high (timing pads in) in his 50 relay split in practice. I hear he is a very good long course swimmer, even though I think NOVA swims primarily SCY.
    NOVA swims entirely SCY in the summer.
    These opinions are mine mine mine and not USMS'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Stevenson View Post
    NOVA swims entirely SCY in the summer.
    Wow. I have a feeling he might stay in Austin to train prior to Trials!

    Townley looks a lot like a young Boris Becker.

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