Men’s NCAA Div. I Championships, Day 2: ‘Horns Take a Big Lead

By Phillip Whitten

COLLEGE STATION, Texas. March 23. THE UNIVERSITY of Texas Longhorns took a commanding lead at he end of the second day of competition at the men's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships, on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.

The Longhorns have 447.5 points, 110 more than Stanford, in second place. In a tight battle for third, Tennessee has 247.5 to 234 for USC and 231 for Auburn.

Texas won three of the six events contested this evening, setting American and NCAA records in one, and going one-two in another.

200 YARD MEDLEY RELAY
In prelims, the 'Horns set an American record of 1:25.26, just missing the NCAA mark by two-hundredths. They wanted to rectify that oversight in the evening, and wasted no time turning desire into reality.

The team of Matt Ulrickson (back, 21.63), Brendan Hansen (breast, 23.70), Nate Dusing (fly, 20.04) and Leffie Crawford (free, 19.10) blasted the old record, posting a mark of 1:24.47. Tennessee, which came into these Championships as the American record-holder, also swam well under the old record with a time of 1:24.75.

Actually, it was Texas A&M that led after the first 50, as Riley Janes posted the fastest backstroke split, 21.23. Tennessee was second on the strength of
Michael Gilliam's 21.28, and Texas was third.

The Vols took the lead on the second leg, lengthening their margin over Texas, as the Aggies fell back. Tennessee's Jeremy McDonnell split 23.41 for his 50 yards of breaststroke. Hansen, at 23.70, was the only other sub-24-second swimmer. At the halfway mark, the Vols led by 64-hundredths.

Then came Nate Dusing with his thundering 20.04 fly split and the 'Horns had hooked 'em. The Vols' Justin Hoggatt answered with a 20.76 split, second fastest overall and far from shabby, but Texas had a lead of eight hundredths.

Then the San Jose kid, Leffie Crawford, brought the screaming home crowd to its feet as he anchored in 19.10. And that, my man, was all she wrote. Renato Gueraldi clocked an impressive 19.30, but it was not enough to catch the flying 'Horns.

Cal's Anthony Ervin split 18.68–the fastest 50 relay split in the meet–to give the Golden Bears sixth place. Auburn's Greg Busse was second fastest with his 19.01.

400 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
In 1999, Michigan freshman Tim Sicilano won the 400 IM after a shoulder injury forced him to train entirely by kicking for several months. Last year, he won again, defeating USC frosh Erik Vendt wwho went on to win Olympic bronze in Sydney. This morning, Siciliano qualified first, Vendt second. Once again, it was Showdown Time!

And, oh, what a lovely war it was! Stanford's Steven Brown took the lead on the fly at 50.76, with Florida's Greg Reeves a scant tenth of a second behind.
Siciliano was third at 51.33, with Vendt sixth at 52.05.

Vendt passed Siciliano on the backstroke leg, splitting 55.35 to Siciliano's 56.49. But Reeves knocked down a 56.46.

At 200 yards it was tight as a clam, with only 1.5 seconds separating the top six places: Reeves, 1:47.32; Vendt, 1:47.40; Siciliano, 1:47.80; Brown, 1:48.03; Donnelly, 1:48.44; and Clements, 1:48.81. Kerekjarto and Warkentin were farther back.

But Siciliano and Vendt both are great back-half medley swimmers, distance guys who are particularly strong in the breaststroke. Siciliano uncorked a 1:02.58 breaststroke split, but Vendt was faster at 1:02.41. Fastest of all was Clements at 1:02.32. The others were well off that torrid pace.

At 300 yards,the six-man race had become a four-man battle. Vendt had the lead at 2:49.81. Six-tenths back at 2:50.40 stood Siciliano. Clements was hanging in at 2:51.13 while Reeves nursed his hopes at 2:52.00.

All in all, things looked good for Vendt. He was, after all, the first American to break 15 minutes in the 1500–a ferocious competitor who never gives in.

But it was Siciliano who reached down deep. Splitting 50.37 for the final 100 yards, he touched in 3:40.77. Vendt came home in 51.17 to finish in 3:40.98. Clements split 51.67 to touch in 3:44.27.

Siciliano's time makes him the second fastest performer all-time in this event, while Vendt ranks third. Unfortunately, Siciliano's time won't even stand as a Michigan school record. That mark–and the American and NCAA standard–is held by Tom Dolan: 4:38.18 from 1995.

In the team battle, Texas scored 9 points for 11th and 14th place, while Stanford notched 16 points with swimmers in fifth and 15th. USC was the big winner with 41 points while Florida scored 32.

100 YARD BUTTERFLY
The 'Horns made amends for their lackluster showing in the 400 medley by placing one-two-six in the 100 fly. Freshman Ian Crocker–American record-holder at 100 meters–led the way with a time of 45.96, just off the American record of 45.89 held by Ross Wales. He split 21.34 at the 50.

Crocker becomes only the third man to crack 46 seconds for the 100 fly. SMU's Lars Frolander, a Swede who won 2000 Olympic gold in the 100 meters fly in Sydney, holds the NCAA mark of 45.59.

Nate Dusing was second in 46.22. Arizona's Roland Schoeman, who led at the 50-yard mark in 21.20, was third in 46.53.

200 YARD FREESTYLE
USC freshman Klete Keller has an M.O.–a standard operating procedure–and he uses it all the time. He hangs back until the very end of his race, then whatever it takes to win, he does just that much–and nothing more.

Klete surprised the Big Boys at last year's Olympic Trials and, again, in Sydney, but by now, everyone knows what Klete's going to do. He did it last night to win the 500 free by four-hundredths of a second. And he did it again tonight to take the 200.

Keller (22.73) was sixth at the 50, as Stanford's Adam Messner led with a 22.04. At the 100, Keller moved up to fifth with a 46.92, as Messner turned in 46.16, lengthening his lead.

At the 150, with only 50 yards to go, Klete had moved up only to fourth, having only gained one-hundredth of a second on Messner, still the clear leader. Not to worry. While his coach, Mark Schubert, was clutching his chest on the sidelines, Keller, responding to his wake-up call, switched into high gear, splitting 23.41–more than half a second faster than anyone else
–to touch in 1:34.43. That gave him (what is for Klete) an enormous victory margin of 26-hundredths over Texas' Chris Kemp. Hey, Klete–you coulda backed off another quarter second there.

Messner faded to third (1:35.05) while Texas' Scott Goldblatt, a 2000 Olympic silver medalist and top qualifier this morning, was sixth.

100 YARD BREASTSTROKE
Texas managed to qualify only one swimmer among the top 16 finalists in the 100 breast–and a freshman to boot. But that freshman made his presence felt.

Brendan Hansen, who finished third at last year's Olympic Trials in both the 100 and 200 meter breaststroke, qualified first in the 100 yard event this morning in 52.78. Tonight he came back to win it in convincing style. Turning in fifth place at the 50 (24.74) he passed every one of his foes on the second half to touch in 52.35.

Auburn senior Dave Denniston was second in 52.62, while 50 free champ, Stanford's Anthony Robinson, out fastest in 24.19, was third in 52.76. Auburn's Pat Calhoun, an Olympian last year in this event, was fourth (52.98).

100 YARD BACKSTROKE
Two years ago, Tennessee's Michael Gilliam won the 100 yard backstroke in an upset. Last year he was sixth. In this, his senior year, he wanted to go out a winner. And that's just what he did.

Seizing a commaning lead at the start, the Vol was so far ahead at the 50 there was no way anyone would catch him. Gilliam's 21.81 split was more than half a second faster than anyone else's.

Gilliam just maintained that lead coming home to dipunder the 46-second barrier with his 45.97.

Stanford frosh Peter Marshall was second in 46.23 while teammates Randall Bal was third (46.59), Markus Rogan tied for fifth (46.83) and Dan Westcott was seventh (46.84)

NCAA DIV. I MEN'S SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
DAY TWO FINALS: March 23, 2001

Men's Swimming & Diving
Day Two Team Standings

1) TEXAS 447.5
2) STANFORD 337.5
3) TENNESSEE 247.5
4) SOUTHERN CAL. 234
5) AUBURN 231
6) FLORIDA 159
7) ARIZONA 143
8) CALIFORNIA 117
9) MINNESOTA 115
10) TEXAS A&M 114
11) MICHIGAN 111
12) SOUTHERN METHOD. 78
13) PENN STATE 58.5
14) ARIZONA STATE 56
15) GEORGIA 43
16) KENTUCKY 42
17) WISCONSIN 35
18) VIRGINIA 32
19) SOUTH CAROLINA 29
20) LOUISIANA STATE 27
21) IOWA STATE 24
22) INDIANA 20
23) MIAMI (FLORIDA) 17
24) HARVARD 15
25) OHIO STATE 12
25) NORTHWESTERN 12
27) COLUMBIA 11
28) BRIGHAM YOUNG 7
28) NORTH CARO.STATE 7
30) PURDUE 3
30) SYRACUSE 3

EVENT: 7 MEN's 200 Yard MEDLEY RELAY

NCAA Record: 1:25.24 AUBURN 1998
AMERICAN Record: 1:25.37 TENNESSEE 2001
US OPEN Record: 1:25.24 AUBURN 1998
POOL Record: 1:26.08 TEXAS 2000
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 1:28.23

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) TEXAS 1:25.26 1:24.47**
1) ULRICKSON, MATT SR :21.63 3) DUSING, NATE SR :20.04
2) HANSEN, BRENDAN FR :23.70 4) CRAWFORD, LEFFIE JR :19.10
** NCAA Record: AMERICAN Record: US OPEN Record: POOL Record:
2) TENNESSEE 1:26.48 1:24.75
1) GILLIAM, MICHAEL SR :21.28 3) HOGGATT, JUSTIN JR :20.76
2) McDONNELL, JEREMY JR :23.41 4) GUERALDI, RENATO FR :19.30

3) AUBURN 1:27.03 1:26.26
1) KARR, JONATHON JR :22.35 3) SOMENSATTO, JEFFREY SR :20.83
2) DENNISTON, DAVID SR :24.07 4) BUSSE, GREGORY SR :19.01

4) TEXAS A&M 1:27.30 1:26.55
1) JANES, RILEY JR :21.23 3) GREENE, MICHAEL SR :20.98
2) TATE, NIK JR :24.90 4) COLLIGAN, MICHAEL SR :19.44

5) SOUTHERN METHODIST 1:27.39 1:27.20
1) ANDERSON, JAKOB FR :22.15 3) JERNIGAN, BRANDEN SR :20.99
2) COLEMAN, BILLY SR :24.93 4) WEGHORST, MATT JR :19.13

6) CALIFORNIA 1:27.04 1:27.21
1) MACEDO, MATT JR :22.43 3) LIM, ALEX FR :21.69
2) ARONSSON, PETER JR :24.41 4) ERVIN, ANTHONY SO :18.68

7) WISCONSIN 1:27.41 1:27.81
1) BYARS, ADAM SR :22.83 3) COYNE, BRENDAN JR :21.00
2) JONES, LANCE JR :24.45 4) ROGERS, DALE FR :19.53

8) MINNESOTA 1:27.91 1:27.86
1) SMOLINSKI, TODD SO :21.96 3) KRASTIN, CHAD JR :21.49
2) HACKLER, JEFF SO :24.68 4) DORNELAS, RICARDO JR :19.73

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) SOUTHERN CAL. 1:28.32 1:28.04
1) LEE, JEFF SO :22.49 3) RINGE, DAVID SO :21.20
2) IMAI, RYOSUKE SR :24.68 4) WOODWARD, GABE SR :19.67

10) ARIZONA 1:28.07 1:28.16
1) LaFLEUR, ERIC FR :22.53 3) ANDERSON, BEN SR :21.33
2) SCHOMAN, ROLAND JR :24.49 4) JOHNSON, TYLER FR :19.81

11) FLORIDA 1:28.12 1:28.50
1) JANSEN, MICHAEL JR :22.92 3) SHERRARD, DUNCAN JR :21.50
2) TJIN-A-TAM, ANSEL SO :24.80 4) JAYME, CARLOS FR :19.28

12) PENN STATE 1:29.40 1:28.94
1) HOSTETLER, BRIAN SR :23.05 3) BOTES, EUGENE SO :21.03
2) PERESAN, JOE SR :25.60 4) MOLETTIERE, BOB JR :19.26

13) KENTUCKY 1:29.54 1:29.00
1) WHITE, MACON SR :23.57 3) ZITANI, SHAUN SR :21.28
2) WATKINS, ROGER SO :24.56 4) WORKMAN, AARON SR :19.59

14) LOUISIANA STATE 1:28.92 1:29.34
1) MARTINEC, EVAN FR :22.39 3) KUHN, KEN SR :22.04
2) GLUCK, STEVE JR :24.97 4) ELDER, MATTHEW JR :19.94

15) HARVARD 1:28.77 1:29.68
1) IM, MIKE SR :22.70 3) EGAN, KYLE JR :22.07
2) GRANT, RASSAN FR :24.85 4) BURNS, BRAD FR :20.06

16) VIRGINIA 1:30.35 1:30.57
1) WAGNER, LUKE FR :23.16 3) KERPELMAN, ADAM FR :21.77
2) MARSHALL, GARY FR :25.35 4) HAAG, JONATHON FR :20.29

EVENT: 8 MEN's 400 Yard INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY

NCAA Record: 3:38.18 TOM DOLAND MICHIGAN 1995
AMERICAN Record: 3:38.18 TOM DOLAND MICHIGAN 1995
US OPEN Record: 3:38.18 TOM DOLAND MICHIGAN 1995
POOL Record: 3:47.40 JOEY MONTAGUE TEXAS 2000
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 3:49.79

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) SICILIANO, TIM JR MICHIGAN 3:42.61 3:40.77**
:23.87 :27.46 :28.63 :27.86
:30.98 :31.60 :26.22 :24.15
** POOL Record:
2) VENDT, ERIK SO SOUTHERN CAL. 3:44.00 3:40.98
:24.40 :27.65 :27.85 :27.50
:30.90 :31.51 :26.46 :24.71
3) CLEMENTS, KEVIN JR AUBURN 3:44.27 3:42.90
:24.49 :27.56 :28.83 :28.03
:30.88 :31.44 :26.51 :25.16
4) REEVES, GREG SR FLORIDA 3:45.68 3:44.43
:24.05 :26.81 :28.66 :27.80
:31.99 :32.69 :26.74 :25.69
5) BROWN, STEVEN SR STANFORD 3:45.87 3:44.68
:24.06 :26.71 :29.03 :28.24
:32.38 :32.57 :26.85 :24.84
6) KEREJARTO, TOMAS JR SOUTHERN CAL. 3:45.42 3:44.85
:24.00 :27.88 :29.78 :28.04
:31.54 :32.04 :26.02 :25.55
7) DONNELLY, ERIC JR FLORIDA 3:45.84 3:45.53
:24.17 :27.21 :28.86 :28.20
:31.71 :32.48 :27.12 :25.78
8) WARKENTIN, MARK JR SOUTHERN CAL. 3:45.87 3:47.43
:25.01 :27.91 :29.36 :28.76
:32.23 :32.93 :25.84 :25.39

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) BATHAZI, ISTVAN FR SOUTH CAROLINA 3:47.91 3:46.15
:24.97 :28.16 :29.20 :28.31
:31.49 :31.82 :26.66 :25.54
10) GALLOWAY, JAMES SO AUBURN 3:48.86 3:47.20
:24.84 :28.23 :29.63 :29.97
:30.65 :31.81 :26.94 :25.13
11) MONTAGUE, JOE JR TEXAS 3:46.28 3:47.32
:24.36 :27.47 :29.26 :28.41
:32.39 :33.16 :26.65 :25.62
12) KIM, BRYAN SR FLORIDA 3:48.83 3:48.53
:24.95 :27.44 :30.11 :29.41
:31.62 :32.13 :26.86 :26.01
13) SHEVCHIK, DAN SO HARVARD 3:48.75 3:48.72
:24.83 :27.87 :28.66 :27.76
:33.30 :33.59 :27.13 :25.58
14) HALIKA, MIKI SO TEXAS 3:49.57 3:50.02
:24.99 :28.64 :30.10 :29.27
:32.20 :32.15 :26.94 :25.73
15) LONG, GREG SO STANFORD 3:49.79 3:53.55
:24.55 :27.92 :30.80 :29.67
:33.09 :33.88 :28.13 :25.51
16) MARTIN, MATTHEW SR PURDUE 3:50.21 3:54.71
:25.05 :28.65 :30.04 :29.35
:33.95 :33.87 :27.64 :26.16

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: :46.26 ADAM PINE NEBRASKA 2000
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: :47.97

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) CROCKER, IAN FR TEXAS :46.05 :45.96**
:21.34 :24.62
** POOL Record:
2) DUSING, NATE SR TEXAS :46.77 :46.22
:21.66 :24.56
3) SCHOMAN, ROLAND JR ARIZONA :46.55 :46.53
:21.20 :25.33
4) MARSHALL, PETER FR STANFORD :46.83 :46.82
:21.66 :25.16
5) GASPAR, ZSOLT JR SOUTH CAROLINA :46.73 :46.84
:21.85 :24.99
6) HANNAN, TOM JR TEXAS :46.76 :46.93
:21.84 :25.09
7) LEE, JEFF SO SOUTHERN CAL. :46.70 :47.06
:22.16 :24.90
8) HOGGATT, JUSTIN JR TENNESSEE :47.01 :47.58
:21.98 :25.60

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) HAIDINYAK, ANDREW SO AUBURN :47.27 :47.19
:21.90 :25.29
10) WESTCOTT, DAN SO STANFORD :47.23 :47.28
:21.89 :25.39
11) SOMENSATTO, JEFFREY SR AUBURN :47.30 :47.40
:22.19 :25.21
12) O'BRYAN, BOBBY FR STANFORD :47.47 :47.42
:21.77 :25.65
13) COYNE, BRENDAN JR WISCONSIN :47.36 :47.52
:21.97 :25.55
14) BOTES, EUGENE SO PENN STATE :47.60 :47.69
:22.34 :25.35
15) GREENE, MICHAEL SR TEXAS A&M :47.34 :47.80
:22.38 :25.42
16) SHERRARD, DUNCAN JR FLORIDA :47.63 :48.28
:22.78 :25.50

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: 1:36.09 JAMIE RAUCH TEXAS 1998
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 1:36.79

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) KELLER, KLETE FR SOUTHERN CAL. 1:35.93 1:34.43**
:22.73 :24.19 :24.10 :23.41
** POOL Record:
2) KEMP, CHRIS SO TEXAS 1:35.85 1:34.69
:22.39 :24.22 :24.10 :23.98
3) MESSNER, ADAM SR STANFORD 1:35.94 1:35.05
:22.04 :24.12 :24.11 :24.78
4) RAUCH, JAMIE SR TEXAS 1:35.54 1:35.23
:22.19 :24.32 :24.81 :23.91
5) SCHRYVER, JAY SR ARIZONA 1:35.52 1:35.39
:22.81 :24.43 :24.12 :24.03
6) GOLDBLATT, SCOTT SR TEXAS 1:35.36 1:35.42
:22.62 :24.46 :24.18 :24.16
7) KETCHUM, DAN FR MICHIGAN 1:35.96 1:35.56
:22.92 :24.39 :24.31 :23.94
8) CASTRO, RODRIGO SR SOUTHERN CAL. 1:36.41 1:36.02
:22.26 :24.21 :24.53 :25.02

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) VonSCHOFF, SCOTT SR ARIZONA STATE 1:37.04 1:36.34
:23.02 :24.75 :24.20 :24.37
10) BRUCKART, JOE SO CALIFORNIA 1:36.96 1:36.37
:22.91 :24.75 :24.48 :24.23
11) RETRUM, JOHN SR PENN STATE 1:36.57 1:36.67
:22.94 :24.40 :24.75 :24.58
12) MEADOWS, GAVIN FR ARIZONA STATE 1:36.64 1:36.68
:22.87 :24.49 :24.83 :24.49
13) SCHIERHORN, MARTIN JR PENN STATE 1:37.06 1:36.77
:23.02 :24.51 :24.79 :24.45
14) SAVICKAS, ARUNAS SR BRIGHAM YOUNG 1:36.83 1:36.95
:23.34 :24.76 :24.44 :24.41
15) PRICHARD, IAN FR VIRGINIA 1:36.74 1:37.38
:23.21 :24.79 :24.80 :24.58
16) PULLIN, JIM SO TEXAS 1:37.06 1:37.65
:22.94 :24.84 :25.18 :24.69

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: :53.24 JAY SCHINDLER IOWA STATE 1998
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: :54.81

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) HANSEN, BRENDAN FR TEXAS :52.78 :52.35**
:24.74 :27.61
** POOL Record:
2) DENNISTON, DAVID SR AUBURN :52.90 :52.62
:24.63 :27.99
3) ROBINSON, ANTHONY SR STANFORD :52.87 :52.76
:24.19 :28.57
4) CALHOUN, PATRICK SO AUBURN :53.33 :52.98
:24.51 :28.47
5) McDONNELL, JEREMY JR TENNESSEE :53.46 :53.15
:24.54 :28.61
6) IMAI, RYOSUKE SR SOUTHERN CAL. :53.66 :53.34
:25.37 :27.97
7) HACKLER, JEFF SO MINNESOTA :54.10 :53.89
:25.44 :28.45
8) GANGLOFF, MARK FR AUBURN :54.24 :54.06
:25.42 :28.64

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) GUSTAVSSON, MARTIN FR MINNESOTA :54.58 :54.26
:25.58 :28.68
10) CARON, JUSTIN SO AUBURN :54.39 :54.38
:25.69 :28.69
11) BRUCE, MICHAEL FR STANFORD :54.79 :54.48
:25.69 :28.79
12) vanGOETHEM, ERIC JR AUBURN :54.84 :54.57
:25.49 :29.08
13) ARONSSON, PETER JR CALIFORNIA :54.52 :54.64
:25.70 :28.94
14) TJIN-A-TAM, ANSEL SO FLORIDA :54.87 :54.72
:26.02 :28.70
15) BESSENYEI, TAMAS FR PURDUE :54.68 :54.96
:25.82 :29.14
16) JONES, LANCE JR WISCONSIN :54.78 :55.13
:25.66 :29.47

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: :46.25 NEIL WALKER TEXAS 1997
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: :48.34

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) GILLIAM, MICHAEL SR TENNESSEE :47.04 :45.97**
:21.81 :24.16
** POOL Record:
2) MARSHALL, PETER FR STANFORD :46.35 :46.23
:22.40 :23.83
3) BAL, RANDAL SO STANFORD :47.41 :46.59
:22.44 :24.15
4) JANES, RILEY JR TEXAS A&M :47.08 :46.69
:22.47 :24.22
5) HANNAN, TOM JR TEXAS :46.94 :46.83
:22.49 :24.34
5) ROGAN, MARKUS FR STANFORD :47.13 :46.83
:22.66 :24.17
7) WESTCOTT, DAN SO STANFORD :46.94 :46.84
:22.71 :24.13
8) SMOLINSKI, TODD SO MINNESOTA :47.20 :47.23
:22.36 :24.87

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) ULRICKSON, MATT SR TEXAS :47.41 :47.27
:23.02 :24.25
10) HOLLOWAY, BRADEN SR NORTH CARO.STATE :48.00 :48.11
:23.39 :24.72
11) SUMMERS, NATHAN SR FLORIDA :47.99 :48.16
:23.30 :24.86
12) LINDSAY, MARC JR GEORGIA :47.93 :48.20
:23.73 :24.47
13) MARTINEC, EVAN FR LOUISIANA STATE :47.99 :48.36
:23.25 :25.11
14) VUCETIC, JOSKO SR SYRACUSE :48.05 :48.41
:23.59 :24.82
15) ANDERSON, JAKOB FR SOUTHERN METHOD. :47.78 :48.44
:23.24 :25.20
16) HUNT, RAYMOND FR AUBURN :48.08 :48.74
:24.05 :24.69

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