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Stanford, Texas Battle for the Lead at the End of Day Two of NCAA Men's Champs -- March 29, 2002

By Phillip Whitten and Shelly Ripple

ATHENS, Georgia, March 29. A sixty-four point blitz in the 100 yard backstroke boosted Stanford into the lead at the end of the individual swimming events on Day Two at the NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Athens, Georgia. But by the end of the day, Stanford had whittled only five points off the 20-point lead Texas boasted after the first day.
After Day Two, the score stood: Texas, 376; Stanford, 361.

Tomorrow will tell the tale. On paper, Stanford should have its best day tomorrow and take the title, but this is a crown that will be settled by two-hundredths of a second here, three-hundredths there.

200 yard medley relay
Stanford began the night with a thrilling win in the 200 yard medley relay, touching in 1:25.47 to Texas' 1:25.80. Minnesota was a close third at 1:25.87. Wisconsin, the surprise top qualifier, only went a tenth of a secon slower in the final, but dropped to seventh.

Stanford's Randall Ball led off with a 21.46 backstroke leg, well ahead of Texas' Tommy Hannan at 22.06. But Bal, the world champion in this event,
did not have the fastest split in this field. That honor went to Minnesota's Todd Smolinski, at 21.35. Cal' Alex Lim was second fastest at 21.41

Brendan Hansen brought the Horns to within 15-hundredths of a second of the Cardinal with his 23.96 breaststroke split, with Stanford's Michael Bruce going 24.37. Auburn's Pat Calhoun had the fastest breaststroke split at 23.78.

Ian Crocker is the American record-holder in the 100 fly, but Texas coach Eddie Reese was saving him for the anchor leg. Instead, Dan DiToro, who had swum the race of his life in the prelims of the 100 fly, had the task of swimming fly for the Horns. He responded with a 20.66, but Stanford's Matt McDonald was a little faster at 20.60.

That left it up to the anchors. Ian Crocker sprinted 19.16 for the Horns, but Peter Marshall, the workhorse for the Cardinal, responded with a 19.04 effort to cinch the win.

Cal's Anthony Ervin anchored in a cosmic 18.52 -- fastest freestyle relay split in history.

400 yard Individual medley
The 400IM showcased a pair of well-known back-half swimmers fighting it out for the title. In the end, Erik Vendt, the Olympic silver medalist, came away with the victory in a time of 3:40.65. Rob Margalis, who was coming on strong with the fastest last 50 freestyle split of the night (24.34), finished a close second in a time of 3:41.42. Erik's and Rob's times rank them as the third and fourth fastest men in history.

Kevin Clements of Auburn finished third with a time of 4:43.19 while Markus Rogan of Stanford finished fourth with a 3:43.30.

Vendt split 52.01 for the fly, 55.67 for the back, 1:01.31 for the breast, and 51.66 for the free.

100 yard butterfly
In one of the most anticipated events of the evening, Ian Crocker met -- and then surpassed -- all expectations as he set a new American, US Open, NCAA, and pool record with a time of 45.44.

In a departure from his usual strategy, Crocker led from start to finish, spilting a 21.06 at the half way point. He also had the fastest second 50 split of the evening by half a second, 24.38.

Peter Marshall of Stanford finished second in a time of 46.48, a tenth off of his preliminary time. Roland Schoeman of Arizona, champion of the 50 free on Thursday night, touched the wall in third with a time of 46.50.

200 yard freestyle
In a stunning upset, Florida freshman Stephen Sioui stepped up and won the event in a time of 1:34.67. Dan Ketchum, a sophomore from Michigan who is rapidly improving, finished one tenth back in 1:34.76.

Klete Keller, the American record holder in the 400 meter freestyle and the champion last night in the 500 freestyle, finished a disappointing third with a time of 1:35.42.

Justifiably, Keller was furious with himself for his laid-back lackadaisical swim. And later, to paraphrase a well-known octogenarian news commentator, you will know "the rest of the story."

100 yard breaststroke
The long-awaited match-up between Brendan Hansen and Patrick Calhoun was an exciting one. Patrick took the race out in a blazing 24.39 50 split. But, he could not hold off Brendan the last 25 of the race. Brendan touched the wall first in a new pool record time of 52.47. Patrick touched second in 52.72. Brendan and Patrick were the only two sub-53 100 breaststrokes of the competition. Finishing third was junior Jeff Hackler from Minnesota in a time of 53.24.

100 yard backstroke
"Go Stanford!" was the overwhelming theme as the finalists in the 100 backstroke walked out of the ready room. Stanford, with four finalists, was out to prove it is the best backstroke school in the nation. Let there be no doubt! With all four men going under 47, Stanford can lay claim to the dorsal kings of the nation.

Although it was not his season's best performance, Stanford's Peter Marshall came away with the victory in a time of 45.91. Cal's Alex Lim posed a threat the last 25, but fell a touch short, finishing second with a personal best time of 46.05.

Randall Bal and Dan Westcott hit the pads in third and fourth place with times of 46.13 and 46.51. Jayme Cramer was sixth in 46.95.

3-meter springboard diving
Olympian Troy Dumais was expected to win his second title of the meet and that is exactly what he did. Troy won the 3 meter event with 673.80 points. In a close battle for second, senior Imre Lengyle from Miami came out ahead with 624.30 points. Phil Jones, a freshman from Tennessee, finished third with 623.15 points. Troys brother, Justin Dumais, who is also a senior at Texas, was fourth in the competition with 620.05 points.

800 yard freestyle relay
The smart money was on USC. No question about it, the Trojans were favored to win the day's final event, the 800 freestyle relay.

But not like this. Not with an NCAA and US Open record. And not with the fastest 200 yard freestyle relay split in history.

But that's exactly what happened. Word!

Jeff Lee led off for the Trojans with a lifetime best 1:35.30, a time that would hve placed him third in the 200. Texas' Chris Kemp, who won the consols in 1:34.41--faster than the winning time in the final, was right behind at 1:35.67.

Rodrigo Castro, USC's Brazilian import, followed with a 1:34.68 -- two seconds better than Texas' Rainer Kendrick.

Like their namessakes of yore, the Trojans were relentless, as Tamas Kerekjarto added another second-and-a-half to the USC lead with his 1:35.22.

That set the stage for Klete Keller. Mad Klete Keller. Furious Klete Keller. The Klete Keller who would not abide another laid-back lackadaisical performance like his own 200 free an hour earlier.

USC could get the record. All Keller had to do was split 1:32.79. No one had ever gone that fast.

A determined Klete Keller went for it. In the 200, he had split 23.1 for his first 50. Now he blazed a 21.2 -- albeit with a relay start.

He kept going, turning at 44.45 for the first 100, versus a 47.0 in his individual race. Could he keep up the pace?

Keller came storming home in 46.70 to split an astonishing 1:32.15 -- easily the fastest 200 in history --and wrap up a brand new NCAA/US Open mark for his team: 6:17.35.

Asked afterwards if it hurt coming home, a beaming Klete simply said: "I don't know. I don't remember."

How did he do it? "He was angry at himself," explained chief Trojan cheerleader Lenny Krayzelburg. "Now he knows what he's capable of doing. We'll just have to get him mad before each race from now on."

...And now you know...the rest of the story.



FINALS RESULTS
EVENT: 7 MEN's 200 Yard MEDLEY RELAY

NCAA Record: 1:24.47 TEXAS 2001
AMERICAN Record: 1:24.47 TEXAS 2001
US OPEN Record: 1:24.47 TEXAS 2001
POOL Record: 1:25.76 TENNESSEE 1997
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 1:27.78

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) STANFORD 1:26.80 1:25.47**
1) BAL, RANDALL JR :21.46 3) McDONALD, MATT FR :20.60
2) BRUCE, MICHAEL SO :24.37 4) MARSHALL, PETER SO :19.04
** POOL Record:
2) TEXAS 1:26.59 1:25.80
1) HANNAN, TOM SR :22.02 3) DiTORO, DANIEL FR :20.66
2) HANSEN, BRENDAN SO :23.96 4) CROCKER, IAN SO :19.16

3) MINNESOTA 1:26.86 1:25.87
1) SMOLINSKI, TODD JR :21.35 3) LUNDIN, BJORN FR :21.19
2) HACKLER, JEFF JR :24.05 4) SILKAITIS, TERRY FR :19.28

4) CALIFORNIA 1:26.75 1:26.02
1) LIM, ALEX SO :21.41 3) DRAGANJA, DUJE FR :21.03
2) FLORES, BAYANI SR :25.06 4) ERVIN, ANTHONY JR :18.52

5) TENNESSEE 1:26.75 1:26.31
1) PARRISH, MATT SR :22.07 3) HOGGATT, JUSTIN SR :20.80
2) McDONNELL, JEREMY SR :24.00 4) GUERALDI, RENATO SO :19.44

6) AUBURN 1:27.02 1:26.43
1) KARR, JONATHON SR :22.54 3) HAIDINYAK, ANDREW JR :20.98
2) CALHOUN, PATRICK JR :23.78 4) GIBB, DEREK FR :19.13

7) WISCONSIN 1:26.39 1:26.49
1) COYNE, BRENDAN SR :21.95 3) MARSHALL, MATT SO :20.96
2) JONES, LANCE SR :24.17 4) ROGERS, DALE SO :19.41

ARIZONA 1:27.60 DISQUAL
1) LaFLEUR, ERIC SO :22.63 3) SCHOEMAN, ROLAND SR :20.07
2) OWEN, GREG SO :24.77 4) JEFFERS, BYRON SO DISQUAL


CONSOLATION FINAL

9) FLORIDA 1:27.65 1:27.95
1) MANGABEIRA, GABRIE FR :22.35 3) ODENDAAL, HENDRIK SR :21.20
2) TJIN-A-TAM, ANSEL JR :24.90 4) KOSTOWICZ, JAMES SR :19.50

10) SOUTHERN METHODIST 1:28.30 1:28.38
1) ANDERSEN, JAKOB SO :22.72 3) WEGHORST, MATT SR :21.39
2) CARLSON, TIM SR :25.00 4) NEWTON, JONATHON SO :19.27

11) TEXAS A&M 1:27.65 1:28.52
1) KENNEDY, PATRICK SR :22.87 3) TAYLOR, ROBBIE FR :21.88
2) TATE, NIK SR :24.61 4) ROSE, MATT SO :19.16

12) GEORGIA 1:28.56 1:28.70
1) LINDSAY, MARC SR :23.20 3) SCANNELL, BRIAN SR :21.46
2) GARDNER, SCOTT FR :24.31 4) GAGNON, JASON SR :19.73

13) ARIZONA STATE 1:29.08 1:28.75
1) HUSSIEN, AHMED SO :22.60 3) MacDONALD, SIMON SR :21.24
2) MacDONALD, RUSSELL FR :25.31 4) BRUNELLI, NICK SO :19.60

14) PENN STATE 1:29.93 1:29.96
1) WEAVER, JOSH SR :23.13 3) BOTES, EUGENE JR :21.19
2) ZUCCA, MARK FR :26.16 4) MOLETTIERE, BOB SR :19.48

15) MICHIGAN 1:29.23 1:31.26
1) WATLAND, JORDAN SR :22.90 3) KURTH, TONY JR :21.79
2) HOPWOOD, JEFF JR :25.07 4) DRAKE, JUSTIN JR :21.50

16) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1:29.59 1:33.10
1) STALEY, TRENT SO :23.69 3) GAUSMAN, MIKE SO :21.52
2) FAHEY, PAUL FR :26.03 4) EVERMAN, JOEL SR :21.86





FINALS RESULTS
EVENT: 8 MEN's 400 Yard INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY

NCAA Record: 3:38.18 TOM DOLAN MICHIGAN 1995
AMERICAN Record: 3:38.18 TOM DOLAN MICHIGAN 1995
US OPEN Record: 3:38.18 TOM DOLAN MICHIGAN 1995
POOL Record: 3:46.76 KRIS BABYLON GEORGIA 1997
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 3:50.89

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) VENDT, ERIK JR SOUTHERN CAL. 3:44.41 3:40.65**
:24.36 :27.65 :28.04 :27.63
:30.49 :30.82 :26.45 :25.21
** POOL Record:
2) MARGALIS, ROBERT FR GEORGIA 3:44.55 3:41.42
:24.17 :27.57 :28.68 :28.17
:31.49 :31.31 :25.69 :24.34
3) CLEMENTS, KEVIN SR AUBURN 3:47.11 3:43.19
:24.33 :27.90 :28.44 :27.51
:30.79 :31.57 :26.81 :25.84
4) ROGAN, MARKUS SO STANFORD 3:45.45 3:43.30
:24.12 :27.94 :27.67 :27.07
:32.28 :32.35 :26.66 :25.21
5) KEREKJARTO, TAMAS SR SOUTHERN CAL. 3:45.45 3:46.14
:24.10 :27.55 :29.39 :28.34
:31.73 :32.65 :26.64 :25.74
6) DONNELLY, ERIC SR FLORIDA 3:45.66 3:48.31
:24.59 :27.37 :28.42 :28.37
:32.36 :33.23 :27.46 :26.51
7) MONTAGUE, JOE SR TEXAS 3:47.30 3:48.32
:23.90 :27.20 :29.81 :29.11
:32.90 :32.84 :26.77 :25.79
8) SHERRARD, DUNCAN SR FLORIDA 3:46.76 3:50.43
:24.40 :27.87 :28.60 :28.38
:33.88 :34.18 :26.88 :26.24

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) BATHAZI, ISTVAN SO SOUTH CAROLINA 3:48.03 3:45.76
:24.59 :28.06 :29.47 :28.74
:31.52 :31.78 :26.30 :25.30
10) GREENWOOD,CHRISTOPHR FR VIRGINIA 3:47.70 3:45.87
:23.91 :26.89 :28.98 :27.80
:32.02 :32.98 :27.01 :26.28
11) SHEVCHIK, DAN SR HARVARD 3:48.29 3:46.17
:24.58 :27.31 :28.08 :27.36
:32.80 :33.41 :26.67 :25.96
12) PLUMMER, RYAN SO MINNESOTA 3:48.72 3:48.00
:24.43 :27.98 :29.70 :28.84
:32.22 :32.00 :27.06 :25.77
13) GALLOWAY, JAMES JR AUBURN 3:48.83 3:49.62
:25.23 :28.48 :29.92 :28.85
:31.70 :32.33 :27.21 :25.90
14) SAYAO, CARLOS FR MICHIGAN 3:49.26 3:50.75
:24.74 :28.49 :28.69 :27.93
:32.74 :33.56 :28.21 :26.39
15) WARKENTIN, MARK SR SOUTHERN CAL. 3:49.00 3:51.12
:25.39 :28.76 :29.64 :29.37
:32.49 :33.18 :26.64 :25.65
16) SICILIANO, TIM SR MICHIGAN 3:47.43 3:51.63
:24.43 :27.90 :29.88 :28.95
:33.03 :32.92 :27.89 :26.63




FINALS RESULTS
EVENT: 9 MEN's 100 Yard BUTTERFLY

NCAA Record: :45.59 LARS FROLANDER SOUTHERN METHODI 1998
AMERICAN Record: :45.89 DOD WALES STANFORD 1999
US OPEN Record: :45.59 LARS FROLANDER SOUTHERN METHODI 1998
POOL Record: :46.40 JOHN HARGIS AUBURN 1997
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: :47.90

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) CROCKER, IAN SO TEXAS :45.70 :45.44**
:21.06 :24.38
** NCAA Record: AMERICAN Record: US OPEN Record: POOL Record:
2) MARSHALL, PETER SO STANFORD :46.39 :46.48
:21.60 :24.88
3) SCHOEMAN, ROLAND SR ARIZONA :46.57 :46.50
:21.47 :25.03
4) McDONALD, MATT FR STANFORD :46.50 :46.66
:21.74 :24.92
5) LEE, JEFF JR SOUTHERN CAL. :46.86 :46.90
:22.06 :24.84
6) HAIDINYAK, ANDREW JR AUBURN :47.02 :47.18
:21.64 :25.54
7) CRAMER, JAYME FR STANFORD :47.09 :47.22
:22.34 :24.88
8) DiTORO, DANIEL FR TEXAS :46.70 :47.99
:21.95 :26.04

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) WESTCOTT, DAN JR STANFORD :47.27 :46.82
:21.84 :24.98
10) GAGNON, JASON SR GEORGIA :47.32 :47.37
:22.22 :25.15
11) HANNAN, TOM SR TEXAS :47.25 :47.40
:21.87 :25.53
12) O'BRYAN, BOBBY SO STANFORD :47.53 :47.59
:21.79 :25.80
13) O'CONNOR, KELLAN NORTHWESTERN :47.13 :47.66
:22.42 :25.24
14) McNALLY, RYAN SR CINCINNATI :47.53 :47.74
:21.99 :25.75
15) DRAGANJA, DUJE FR CALIFORNIA :47.46 :47.95
:22.08 :25.87
16) MANGABEIRA, GABRIE FR FLORIDA :47.52 :48.36
:22.60 :25.76




FINALS RESULTS
EVENT: 10 MEN's 200 Yard FREESTYLE

NCAA Record: 1:33.03 MATT BIONDI CALIFORNIA 1987
AMERICAN Record: 1:33.03 MATT BIONDI CALIFORNIA 1987
US OPEN Record: 1:33.03 MATT BIONDI CALIFORNIA 1987
POOL Record: 1:36.18 SCOTT TUCKER AUBURN 1997
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 1:37.31

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) SIOUI, STEPHEN FR FLORIDA 1:35.30 1:34.67
:22.83 :24.22 :24.24 :23.38
2) KETCHUM, DAN SO MICHIGAN 1:35.34 1:34.76
:22.62 :23.98 :24.11 :24.05
3) KELLER, KLETE SO SOUTHERN CAL. 1:35.37 1:35.42
:23.19 :24.23 :24.17 :23.83
4) CASTRO, RODRIGO SR SOUTHERN CAL. 1:35.63 1:35.73
:23.21 :24.67 :24.26 :23.59
5) KIRKLAND, WESLEY FR AUBURN 1:35.70 1:35.82
:22.66 :24.14 :24.23 :24.79
6) MANGIERI, GARRETT JR MICHIGAN 1:35.46 1:36.39
:22.75 :24.75 :24.59 :24.30
7) SILKAITIS, TERRY FR MINNESOTA 1:35.91 1:36.77
:22.95 :25.24 :24.71 :23.87
8) PULLIN, JAMES JR TEXAS 1:36.16 1:37.67
:22.45 :24.50 :25.30 :25.42

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) KEMP, CHRIS JR TEXAS 1:36.18 1:34.41**
:22.15 :23.48 :24.13 :24.65
** POOL Record:
10) BRUCKART, JOE JR CALIFORNIA 1:36.43 1:36.28
:22.88 :24.43 :24.46 :24.51
11) KENDRICK, RAINER FR TEXAS 1:36.22 1:36.43
:22.55 :24.10 :24.72 :25.06
12) TAYLOR, MATT JR MINNESOTA 1:36.70 1:36.63
:22.93 :24.73 :24.47 :24.50
13) MEADOWS, GAVIN SR ARIZONA STATE 1:36.28 1:36.90
:22.28 :24.04 :24.91 :25.67
14) SUCHAND, JOHN JR TEXAS 1:36.35 1:37.02
:22.47 :24.76 :25.00 :24.79
15) SIMON, JACINT SR NEVADA LAS VEGAS 1:36.79 1:37.43
:23.04 :24.78 :25.00 :24.61
16) KENNEDY, PATRICK SR TEXAS A&M 1:36.85 1:37.61
:23.02 :25.00 :24.85 :24.74



FINALS RESULTS
EVENT: 11 MEN's 100 Yard BREASTSTROKE

NCAA Record: :51.86 JEREMY LINN TENNESSEE 1997
NCAA MEET Record: :52.32 JEREMY LINN TENNESSEE 1997
AMERICAN Record: :51.86 JEREMY LINN TENNESSEE 1997
US OPEN Record: :51.86 JEREMY LINN TENNESSEE 1997
POOL Record: :51.86 JEREMY LINN TENNESSEE 1997
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: :54.85

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) HANSEN, BRENDAN SO TEXAS :53.25 :52.47
:24.71 :27.76
2) CALHOUN, PATRICK JR AUBURN :53.47 :52.72
:24.39 :28.33
3) HACKLER, JEFF JR MINNESOTA :53.47 :53.24
:24.92 :28.32
4) BRUCE, MICHAEL SO STANFORD :53.71 :53.39
:25.15 :28.24
5) SALYARDS, KYLE SO GEORGIA :54.07 :53.96
:25.39 :28.57
6) GANGLOFF, MARK SO AUBURN :53.61 :54.08
:25.31 :28.77
7) MARSHALL, GARY SO VIRGINIA :53.85 :54.25
:25.97 :28.28
8) McDONNELL, JEREMY SR TENNESSEE :54.03 :54.30
:25.02 :29.28

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) van GOETHEM, ERIC SR AUBURN :54.35 :53.98
:25.25 :28.73
10) BRANDT, WILSON FR AUBURN :54.31 :54.17
:25.42 :28.75
11) STEWART, CHRIS SR TENNESSEE :54.46 :54.27
:25.37 :28.90
12) BLOCH, CHEYNE SO HAWAII :54.57 :54.48
:25.43 :29.05
13) FLORES, BAYANI SR CALIFORNIA :54.48 :54.55
:25.98 :28.57
14) BESSENYEI, TAMAS SO PURDUE :54.53 :54.62
:25.71 :28.91
15) FEALEY, GARTH JR PRINCETON :54.24 :54.69
:25.39 :29.30
16) HOPWOOD, JEFF JR MICHIGAN :54.37 :54.70
:25.77 :28.93



EVENT: 12 MEN's 100 Yard BACKSTROKE

NCAA Record: :44.92 NEIL WALKER TEXAS 1997
AMERICAN Record: :44.92 NEIL WALKER TEXAS 1997
US OPEN Record: :44.92 NEIL WALKER TEXAS 1997
POOL Record: :45.54 PETER MARSHALL STANFORD 2002
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: :48.42

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) MARSHALL, PETER SO STANFORD :46.62 :45.91
:22.12 :23.79
2) LIM, ALEX SO CALIFORNIA :46.45 :46.05
:22.59 :23.46
3) BAL, RANDALL JR STANFORD :46.72 :46.13
:22.24 :23.89
4) WESTCOTT, DAN JR STANFORD :46.56 :46.51
:22.50 :24.01
5) SMOLINSKI, TODD JR MINNESOTA :47.11 :46.86
:22.25 :24.61
6) CRAMER, JAYME FR STANFORD :47.46 :46.95
:22.98 :23.97
7) HANNAN, TOM SR TEXAS :47.29 :47.33
:22.83 :24.50
8) MARTINEC, EVAN SO LOUISIANA STATE :47.31 :47.82
:23.11 :24.71

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) MACEDO, MATTHEW SR CALIFORNIA :47.99 :47.67
:22.95 :24.72
10) JANSEN, MICHAEL SR FLORIDA :47.78 :47.79
:23.25 :24.54
11) HAMPLEMAN, KIRK SR AUBURN :47.52 :47.84
:23.39 :24.45
12) KELLAM, CHRIS SO FLORIDA :48.07 :48.00
:23.57 :24.43
13) COYNE, BRENDAN SR WISCONSIN :47.77 :48.01
:22.99 :25.02
13) ANDERSEN, JAKOB SO SOUTHERN METHOD. :48.05 :48.01
:23.18 :24.83
15) HUNT, RAYMOND SO AUBURN :48.04 :48.08
:23.82 :24.26
16) KARR, JONATHON SR AUBURN :47.97 :48.15
:23.19 :24.96



FINALS RESULTS
EVENT: 13 MEN's 3 Meter SPRINGBOARD DIVING


OPTIONAL LIMITED
RANK NAME YEAR TEAM DD PRELIM DD FINALS

1 DUMAIS, TROY SR TEXAS 421.25 646.30 225.05 673.80
2 LENGYEL, IMRE SR MIAMI (FLORIDA) 362.50 578.70 216.20 624.30
3 JONES, PHIL FR TENNESSEE 366.15 565.25 199.10 623.15
4 DUMAIS, JUSTIN SR TEXAS 350.95 561.85 210.90 620.05
5 MOSS, CLAYTON JR KENTUCKY 381.40 580.15 198.75 614.85
6 OJEDA, OMAR SR ARIZONA 378.45 576.55 198.10 614.75
7 WILCOCK, JUSTIN JR BRIGHAM YOUNG 379.45 584.30 204.85 569.35
8 GARCIA, CAESAR SO AUBURN 350.30 552.80 202.50 569.25

9 PRANDI, KYLE JR MIAMI (FLORIDA) 342.90 547.00
10 VELAZQUEZ, MIGUEL FR MIAMI (FLORIDA) 330.85 536.85
11 AHRENS, STEFAN SR MIAMI (FLORIDA) 320.95 526.55
12 CARLTON, MARC SO INDIANA 324.35 520.35
13 DUMAIS, BRICE JR SOUTHERN METHOD. 324.55 517.35
14 BOHNER, STEVE SR PENN STATE 323.15 517.05
15 BRICKER, MATTHEW FR AUBURN 307.90 509.95
16 CHRISANDER, SIMON SR IOWA 316.80 507.55

17 EVEN, JESSE SR TEXAS A&M 321.40 504.95
18 GAGNET, LOUIE FR FLORIDA STATE 319.85 503.55
19 COBEN, JASON SO MICHIGAN 312.10 498.95
20 LINETTE, JONATHAN FR TEXAS 303.85 498.90
21 KLAMI, TIMO SO IOWA 305.90 495.00
22 ANDERSON, JOSH SO ARIZONA 309.85 490.00
23 VACA, RUBEN SR ARIZONA 305.20 476.65
24 WILCOX, ZACHERY FR FLORIDA 309.40 471.25

25 HULKO, BRANDON SR SOUTH CAROLINA 302.20
26 BRADLEY, ANDY FR BRIGHAM YOUNG 300.20
27 DeMOND, KENT FR PRINCETON 296.30
28 MONSON, CHRIS JR OHIO STATE 282.50
29 PERRY, ANTHONY SO DREXEL 270.10
30 SMITH, STEWART FR ALABAMA 268.60
31 KNOWLING, HEATH JR OHIO STATE 266.45
31 PETERSON, ADAM FR STANFORD 266.45
33 WELLS, MICHAEL SR PITTSBURGH 264.85
34 COOGAN, KEVIN SR DREXEL 251.60
35 HYDE, HAROLD SR TEXAS 249.85




FINALS RESULTS
EVENT: 14 MEN's 800 Yard FREESTYLE RELAY

NCAA Record: 6:18.00 TEXAS 2001
AMERICAN Record: 6:18.00 TEXAS 2001
US OPEN Record: 6:18.00 TEXAS 2001
POOL Record: 6:30.39 AUBURN 1997
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 6:30.02

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK TEAM TIME

1) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 6:17.35 **
1) LEE, JEFF JR 1:35.30 3) KEREKJARTO, TAMAS SR 1:35.22
2) CASTRO, RODRIGO SR 1:34.68 4) KELLER, KLETE SO 1:32.15
** NCAA Record: US OPEN Record: POOL Record:
2) TEXAS 6:23.78
1) KEMP, CHRIS JR 1:35.67 3) SUCHAND, JOHN JR 1:36.67
2) KENDRICK, RAINER FR 1:36.71 4) CROCKER, IAN SO 1:34.73

3) MICHIGAN 6:25.72
1) MANGIERI, GARRETT JR 1:36.78 3) HURD, ANDREW FR 1:37.12
2) NELIGAN, BRENDAN FR 1:38.03 4) KETCHUM, DAN SO 1:33.79

4) CALIFORNIA 6:27.01
1) BRUCKART, JOE JR 1:37.01 3) OHLIN, MATTIAS SR 1:35.19
2) FLORES, BAYANI SR 1:37.35 4) GRUVER, SEAN SR 1:37.46

5) AUBURN 6:27.48
1) KIRKLAND, WESLEY FR 1:37.15 3) KIDD, MATTHEW FR 1:36.53
2) CLEMENTS, KEVIN SR 1:36.76 4) WOCHOMURKA, RYAN FR 1:37.04

6) STANFORD 6:27.61
1) TRUPIN, DAN FR 1:37.20 3) CRAMER, JAYME FR 1:36.59
2) ROGAN, MARKUS SO 1:35.97 4) SCHNELL, ANDREW SO 1:37.85

7) FLORIDA 6:28.00
1) JAYME, CARLOS SO 1:36.97 3) SCHULTZ, SCOTT SO 1:38.29
2) SIOUI, STEPHEN FR 1:35.88 4) SHERRARD, DUNCAN SR 1:36.86

8) VIRGINIA 6:28.73
1) ANDERSON, LUKE SO 1:37.89 3) WAGNER, LUKE SO 1:36.90
2) KERPELMAN, ADAM SO 1:37.09 4) PRICHARD, IAN SO 1:36.85

9) MINNESOTA 6:28.81
1) MORTIMER, JUSTIN SO 1:37.68 3) TAYLOR, MATT JR 1:35.74
2) SILKAITIS, TERRY FR 1:37.90 4) CROOK, BRANDON SR 1:37.49

10) GEORGIA 6:29.42
1) KINTZ, NICOLAS SR 1:36.79 3) BRADO, MATT JR 1:38.45
2) MARGALIS, ROBERT FR 1:36.87 4) MAHANEY, ANDREW SO 1:37.31

11) ARIZONA STATE 6:29.55
1) BRUNELLI, NICK SO 1:36.93 3) WEST, BO SR 1:38.35
2) MEADOWS, GAVIN SR 1:36.33 4) LYBRING, ANDERS JR 1:37.94

12) ARIZONA 6:30.87
1) JEFFERS, BYRON SO 1:37.82 3) LEASSNER, MAX FR 1:37.50
2) KEVORKIAN, ARAM FR 1:38.51 4) LaFLEUR, ERIC SO 1:37.04

13) TENNESSEE 6:31.81
1) SIMPSON, GREG JR 1:38.80 3) BREE, ANDREW SO 1:37.63
2) NYLANDER, EVAN SO 1:38.08 4) TANNHAUSER, BRETT SR 1:37.30

14) PENN STATE 6:32.87
1) SCHIERHORN, MARTIN SR 1:37.14 3) LUTZ, JOHN FR 1:39.08
2) HARTNER, ANDREW SO 1:38.85 4) MINNIER, TODD SO 1:37.80

15) PITTSBURGH 6:33.99
1) HEATH, MIAH SR 1:38.89 3) WEBBER, ADAM SO 1:38.35
2) GRUBE, MICHAEL JR 1:38.27 4) von BODUNGEN, MAX SR 1:38.48

16) TEXAS A&M 6:41.98
1) MUELLER, SCOTT SO 1:38.93 3) TAYLOR, ROBBIE FR 1:39.50
2) BLANCHARD, DAN FR 1:42.64 4) KENNEDY, PATRICK SR 1:40.91

17) GEORGIA TECH 6:46.65
1) LAITALA, DAVID SR 1:39.97 3) TSUJI, TOMONORI JR 1:46.90
2) AYALON, SHILO JR 1:38.90 4) SALAZAR, JAMES JR 1:40.88




TEAM SCORING
1) TEXAS 376 19) SOUTHERN METHOD. 23.5
2) STANFORD 361 20) NORTHWESTERN 23
3) AUBURN 252.5 21) HARVARD 22
4) SOUTHERN CAL. 193 22) BRIGHAM YOUNG 16
5) FLORIDA 190 23) N.C.-WILMINGTON 15
6) MINNESOTA 166.5 24) ALABAMA 14
7) CALIFORNIA 166 24) SOUTH CAROLINA 14
8) ARIZONA 143 24) PITTSBURGH 14
9) TENNESSEE 126 27) LOUISIANA STATE 11
10) GEORGIA 109 28) HAWAII 5
11) MICHIGAN 107 28) INDIANA 5
12) VIRGINIA 93 30) CINCINNATI 3
13) MIAMI (FLORIDA) 64 30) PURDUE 3
14) ARIZONA STATE 62 32) NEVADA LAS VEGAS 2
15) WISCONSIN 41.5 32) DREXEL 2
16) PENN STATE 36 32) PRINCETON 2
17) KENTUCKY 31 35) IOWA 1
18) TEXAS A&M 25