Men’s NCAA Div. I Champs, Day One: Texas Leads Stanford, Dusing Smashes IM Mark

By Phillip Whitten

COLLEGE STATION, Texas. March 22. THE heavily-favored University of Texas Longhorns took a 15-point lead over a gutsy Stanford team, 185-170, after Day One of the Men's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Chamionships, being held at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.

Surprisingly, it was the Texas divers who supplied the margin for their lead, as they scored 34 points to none for the Cardinal.

Tennessee, which beat Texas by one point in a dual meet earlier this season, was third with 114.5 points, followed by USC (85), Auburn (83) and Cal (80).

Two American, NCAA and US Open records fell this first night, with University of Texas swimmers accounting for all the record-smashing. In the 200 IM, Nate Dusing finally fulfilled the promise he showed when he was selected four years ago as SWIMMING WORLD's male High School Swimmer of the Year. The Texas senior obliterated the 200 IM mark with a time of 1:42.85 (yes, you read that right). The old record, set by Florida's Greg Burgess in 1993, was 1:43.52. In the evening's final event, the Longhorns' 400 yard medley relay punched in at 3:05.37, hacking almost two full seconds off the old standard (3:07.28) set by Stanford six years ago.

Here's how the first six events played out:

200 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY
Stanford, the top qualifier, won the sprint freestyle relay in 1:16.83, just missing the American record by 7-hundreths of a second. Tennessee (1:17.56) and Texas A&M (1:7.63) followed.

Randall Bal got the Cardinal rolling with a 19.65, second-fastest leadoff split behind Roland Schoeman of Arizona, who clocked 19.30. In a preview of things to come, Anthony Robinson followed with the evening's fastest split,18.78, Jeff Guyman clocked 19.36 and Bobby O'Bryant anchored in 19.04.

Cal's Anthony Ervin anchored in 18.85, while Auburn's Greg Busse went 18.94. Unheralded Tennessee freshman Renato Gueraldi put up a 19.09.

500 YARD FREESTYLE
Billed as a duel between Olympic teammates Klete Keller, Chris Thompson and Erik Vendt, the 500 free met–and surpassed–the hype, with freshman Keller launching his patented, come-from-behind sprint to win by a tiny margin. USC's Keller, the American record-holder at 400 meters, won in 4:14.67, touching out Michigan's Thompson (4:14.71) with Vendt, Keller's Trojan teammate, two strokes behind (4:16.13).

Keller negative-split his race, swimming the final 100 in 49.88–the only man under 50 seconds for the last 100–to Thompson's 50.07.

USC picked up 38 points with its first, third and 15th place finishes; Michigan garnered 43 on the strength of second, fifth and seventh place finishes.

200 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
Oh, Lordy, one Nathan Dusing, senior Texas Longhorn, wanted this one. And make no mistake, he da Man. Dusing destroyed Greg Burgess's eight year-old standard, going right at it from the start. The Kentucky native split 21.87 for the fly, 25.56 for the back, 30.78 for the breast (hey, it's his weak stroke!) and 24.64 for the free to clock an amazing 1:42.85. He was never challenged.

Teammate Tommy Hannan was second in a superb 1:43.87, just off the old record, but he wasn't even close.

Texas picked up 51 points to take the team lead with 102; Stanford notched 40 to total 90.

50 YARD FREESTYLE
You know what they say: You can take the boy out of Texas, but you can't take Texas out of the boy. And back in his old stompin' grounds, one good ol' Texas boy pulled off a stunning upset: beating Olympic gold medalist Anthony Ervin in his signature event. Trouble is, the good ol' Texas boy, Anthony Robinson, was swimming for Stanford.

Four years ago, Robinson became the first (and only) high school swimmer to break 20 seconds for the 50 free. He went on to Stanford, where he was the first of Chelsea Clinton's swimmer-boyfriends and showed occasional flashes of brilliance in the water–usually in the 100 breast–but never lived up to his billing.

That's all changed now. Robinson, who qualified fourth in 19.45, streaked to a 19.15 clocking, just off the NCAA and American records, to upset Cal's Ervin, at 19.23. Ervin managed, again, to out-touch his South African rival, Roland Schoeman of Arizona (19.29), while Stanford's walk-on sensation, freshman Bobby O'Bryan, was fourth.

Stanford, with a first, fourth and fifth, picked up 49 points to 9 for Texas, to forge into the lead in the team race, 140-111.

ONE-METER DIVING
Olympian Troy Dumais, a Texas junior, took the one-meter springboard diving by 25 points over Jud Campbell of Georgia. Troy's older brother, Justin,
picked up a fifth in a very close battle among the second through sixth-place finishers.

Scoring 34 points to zilch for the Cardinal, Texas took over the lead, 155-140.

400 YARD MEDLEY RELAY
If Nate Dusing made an individual statement, Texas made a TEAM statement in blowing away a stellar field to set an American, NCAA, US Open, Solar System and Milky Way record in the 400 yard medley relay.

The team of Nate Dusing (45.94 backstroke), Brendan Hansen (51.48 breaststroke), Tommy Hannan (46.02 fly) and Ian Crocker (41.93 free) was light-seconds ahead of any other this side of Alpha Centauri, clocking 3:05.37.

Auburn was a brilliant second in 3:07.17, also under the old mark, which had stood for six years. Tennessee, which recorded a 3:07.54 for third, just missed breaking the old standard.

Tennessee's Michael Gilliam actually had the fastest backstroke split, 45.63, while Stanford's Randall Bal notched a 46.31.

Hansen's 51.48 was the swiftest breaststroke split, but Auburn's Dave Denniston (51.78) and Tenn's Jeremy McDonnell (52.05) were right behind. Stanford's Robinson scored with a 52.86.

Hannan's 46.02 was the fastest 100 fly, but the next three teams all had 46+ flyers: Auburn's Andre Haidinyak (46.27),Tennessee's Justin Hoggatt (46.75), and Sanford's Bobby O'Bryan (46.65).

Cal's Anthony Ervin, making amends for his upset loss in the 50, brought the Golden Bears home in 41.63, the day's fastest split and three-tenths faster than Crocker. Auburn's Greg Busse was next with a 42.03,
followed by the 42.84 Adam Messner swam for Stanford.

MEN'S NCAA DIV. I SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
DAY ONE FINALS: March 22, 2001

TEAM SCORES After Day One
1. Texas 185
2. Stanford 170
3. Tennessee 114.5
4. USC 85
5. Auburn 83
6. California 80
7. Florida 68
8. Arizona 58
9. Texas A&M 54
10. Michigan 47
11. SMU 44
12. Minnesota 42
13. Georgia 29
14. Iowa State 24
15. Penn State 21.5
16. Kentucky 21
17. Virginia 18
18. Indiana 16
19. Arizona State 12
19. Northwestern 12
21. Columbia 11
22. Louisiana St. 10
23. Ohio State 9
24. Harvard 7
25. So. Carolina 6
26. Miami (Fla.) 5
27. Wisconsin 4
27. BYU 4

2001 NCAA

RESULTS
EVENT: 1 MEN's 200 Yard FREESTYLE RELAY

NCAA Record: 1:16.50 AUBURN 1999
AMERICAN Record: 1:16.76 STANFORD 1998
US OPEN Record: 1:16.50 AUBURN 1999
POOL Record: 1:18.17 TEXAS A&M 1998
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 1:19.42

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) STANFORD 1:17.55 1:16.83**
1) BAL, RANDAL SO :19.65 3) GUYMAN, JEFF JR :19.36
2) ROBINSON, ANTHONY SR :18.78 4) O'BRYAN, BOBBY FR :19.04
** POOL Record:
2) TENNESSEE 1:17.69 1:17.56
1) HUSSEY, CHRIS SR :19.87 3) McDONNELL, JEREMY JR :19.31
2) GUERALDI, RENATO FR :19.09 4) GILLIAM, MICHAEL SR :19.29

3) TEXAS A&M 1:18.39 1:17.63
1) ROSE, MATT FR :19.82 3) COLLIGAN, MICHAEL SR :19.21
2) JANES, RILEY JR :19.24 4) MORROW, DAVID SR :19.36

4) CALIFORNIA 1:18.24 1:18.02
1) MACEDO, MATT JR :19.79 3) GREENWOOD, SCOTT SR :19.75
2) UXA, FRANK SO :19.63 4) ERVIN, ANTHONY SO :18.85

5) ARIZONA 1:18.75 1:18.04
1) SCHOMAN, ROLAND JR :19.30 3) JOHNSON, TYLER FR :19.68
2) LaFLEUR, ERIC FR :19.50 4) SCHRYVER, JAY SR :19.56

6) TEXAS 1:18.41 1:18.16
1) CROCKER, IAN FR :19.95 3) ULRICKSON, MATT SR :19.40
2) CRAWFORD, LEFFIE JR :19.14 4) DIERS, TONY FR :19.67

7) FLORIDA 1:18.77 1:18.70
1) KOSTOWICZ, JAMES JR :20.14 3) ODENDAAL, HENDRIK JR :19.65
2) JAYME, CARLOS FR :19.39 4) SUMMERS, NATHAN SR :19.52

8) AUBURN 1:18.47 1:19.51
1) vanGOETHEM, ERIC JR :20.82 3) CARON, JUSTIN SO :20.04
2) BUSSE, GREGORY SR :18.96 4) HAIDINYAK, ANDREW SO :19.69

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) IOWA STATE 1:19.08 1:19.03
1) deBRUIN, DYLAN JR :20.11 3) NEWTON, JONATHON FR :19.40
2) SKOOG, PEDER SR :19.58 4) GAHAN, JEFF SR :19.94

10) PENN STATE 1:19.45 1:19.58
1) HOSTETLER, BRIAN SR :20.14 3) MOLETTIERE, BOB JR :19.66
2) BOTES, EUGENE SO :20.04 4) RETRUM, JOHN SR :19.74

11) ARIZONA STATE 1:19.89 1:19.79
1) BRUNELLI, NICK FR :20.44 3) LYRBRING, ANDERS SO :20.04
2) MacDONALD, SIMON JR :19.82 4) VonSCHOFF, SCOTT SR :19.49

12) SOUTHERN METHODIST 1:19.66 1:19.80
1) JERNIGAN, BRANDEN SR :20.42 3) COLEMAN, BILLY SR :19.96
2) WEGHORST, MATT JR :19.50 4) ANDERSON, JAKOB FR :19.92

13) SOUTHERN CAL. 1:19.54 1:20.16
1) LEE, JEFF SO :20.48 3) RICHTER, SLAWEK SR :20.14
2) CASTRO, RODRIGO SR :20.04 4) WOODWARD, GABE SR :19.50

14) KENTUCKY 1:19.37 1:20.31
1) ZITANI, SHAUN SR :20.28 3) WATKINS, ROGER SO :19.83
2) WHITE, MACON SR :20.46 4) WORKMAN, AARON SR :19.74

15) WISCONSIN 1:19.89 1:20.55
1) ROGERS, DALE FR :20.57 3) BYARS, ADAM SR :19.94
2) JONES, LANCE JR :20.11 4) COYNE, BRENDAN JR :19.93

16) VIRGINIA 1:20.27 1:21.08
1) JOHNSON, TROY SR :20.84 3) HAAG, JONATHON FR :19.93
2) ANDERSON, LUKE FR :20.09 4) KERPELMAN, ADAM FR :20.22

EVENT: 2 MEN's 500 Yard FREESTYLE

NCAA Record: 4:08.75 TOM DOLAN MICHIGAN 1995
AMERICAN Record: 4:08.75 TOM DOLAN MICHIGAN 1995
US OPEN Record: 4:08.75 TOM DOLAN MICHIGAN 1995
POOL Record: 4:20.42 SCOTT GOLDBLATT TEXAS 2000
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 4:22.09

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) KELLER, KLETE FR SOUTHERN CAL. 4:17.97 4:14.67**
:49.64 :52.21 :52.25 :50.69 :49.88
** POOL Record:
2) THOMPSON, CHRIS SR MICHIGAN 4:16.47 4:14.71
:49.79 :51.63 :51.83 :51.39 :50.07
3) VENDT, ERIK SO SOUTHERN CAL. 4:18.85 4:16.13
:49.47 :52.16 :52.01 :51.95 :50.54
4) GOLDBLATT, SCOTT SR TEXAS 4:17.52 4:16.41
:49.29 :51.96 :52.14 :51.97 :51.05
5) SICILIANO, TIM JR MICHIGAN 4:19.03 4:18.09
:50.01 :53.07 :52.36 :52.11 :50.54
6) MORTIMER, JUSTIN FR MINNESOTA 4:19.05 4:19.58
:50.17 :52.10 :52.03 :52.53 :52.75
7) KETCHUM, DAN FR MICHIGAN 4:18.18 4:20.10
:49.96 :53.04 :53.91 :52.74 :50.45
8) MESSNER, ADAM SR STANFORD 4:18.59 4:20.56
:50.02 :53.08 :52.91 :52.71 :51.84

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) KEMP, CHRIS SO TEXAS 4:19.72 4:18.57
:50.13 :52.37 :52.16 :52.12 :51.79
10) MONASTERIO, RICARDO SR FLORIDA 4:20.39 4:18.71
:50.28 :51.96 :52.20 :52.44 :51.83
11) PRICHARD, IAN FR VIRGINIA 4:19.14 4:19.11
:50.76 :52.51 :52.50 :52.50 :50.84
12) COLE, JOHN FR HARVARD 4:19.57 4:19.56
:51.11 :53.00 :51.94 :52.60 :50.91
13) SCHIERHORN, MARTIN JR PENN STATE 4:19.30 4:19.66
:50.56 :53.08 :52.70 :52.86 :50.46
14) PAINTER, TYLER SR ARIZONA 4:19.88 4:20.84
:50.91 :53.00 :52.98 :52.25 :51.70
15) WARKENTIN, MARK JR SOUTHERN CAL. 4:21.37 4:21.50
:50.73 :53.14 :53.16 :52.94 :51.53
16) RAUCH, JAMIE SR TEXAS 4:20.02 4:21.57
:50.35 :53.14 :53.00 :53.27 :51.81

EVENT: 3 MEN's 200 Yard INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY

NCAA Record: 1:43.52 GREG BURGESS FLORIDA 1993
AMERICAN Record: 1:43.52 GREG BURGESS FLORIDA 1993
US OPEN Record: 1:43.52 GREG BURGESS FLORIDA 1993
POOL Record: 1:45.50 NATE DUSING TEXAS 2000
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 1:47.76

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) DUSING, NATE SR TEXAS 1:44.95 1:42.85**
:21.87 :25.56 :30.78 :24.64
** NCAA Record: AMERICAN Record: US OPEN Record: POOL Record:
2) HANNAN, TOM JR TEXAS 1:44.76 1:43.87
:22.50 :25.96 :30.36 :25.05
3) ROGAN, MARKUS FR STANFORD 1:46.12 1:44.57
:23.32 :24.88 :30.77 :25.60
4) KEREJARTO, TOMAS JR SOUTHERN CAL. 1:45.56 1:45.65
:22.93 :27.06 :30.53 :25.13
5) MONTAGUE, JOE JR TEXAS 1:46.38 1:46.31
:23.03 :26.89 :31.04 :25.35
6) BROWN, STEVEN SR STANFORD 1:46.28 1:46.63
:23.18 :26.98 :31.72 :24.75
7) SWANSON, TONY FR NORTHWESTERN 1:46.56 1:46.80
:23.49 :26.83 :31.23 :25.25
8) CANALES, ROB SR STANFORD 1:46.17 1:46.86
:23.12 :26.39 :31.05 :26.30

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) SHERRARD, DUNCAN JR FLORIDA 1:46.83 1:46.29
:23.66 :26.77 :30.97 :24.89
10) SOMENSATTO, JEFFREY SR AUBURN 1:47.35 1:46.49
:22.65 :26.41 :31.82 :25.61
11) CLEMENTS, KEVIN JR AUBURN 1:46.81 1:46.56
:24.01 :26.94 :30.34 :25.27
12) REEVES, GREG SR FLORIDA 1:47.27 1:46.66
:23.36 :27.41 :30.59 :25.30
13) BREE, ANFREW FR TENNESSEE 1:47.28 1:47.75
:23.64 :28.15 :30.55 :25.41
14) ANDERSON, BEN SR ARIZONA 1:47.30 1:47.78
:23.48 :26.86 :31.47 :25.97
15) HAMPLEMAN, KIRK JR AUBURN 1:47.31 1:47.88
:23.86 :26.57 :31.40 :26.05
16) CARLSON, TIM JR SOUTHERN METHOD. 1:47.52 1:47.97
:23.14 :27.65 :30.95 :26.23

EVENT: 4 MEN's 50 Yard FREESTYLE

NCAA Record: :19.07 ROLAND SCHOEMAN ARIZONA 2000
NCAA MEET Record: :19.08 NEIL WALKER TEXAS 1997
AMERICAN Record: :19.05 TOM JAGER SANTA CLARA 1990
US OPEN Record: :19.05 TOM JAGER SANTA CLARA 1990
POOL Record: :19.59 NEIL WALKER TEXAS 1998
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: :19.92

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK NAME YEAR TEAM PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) ROBINSON, ANTHONY SR STANFORD :19.45 :19.15**
** POOL Record:
2) ERVIN, ANTHONY SO CALIFORNIA :19.25 :19.23
3) SCHOMAN, ROLAND JR ARIZONA :19.28 :19.29
4) O'BRYAN, BOBBY FR STANFORD :19.43 :19.52
5) BAL, RANDAL SO STANFORD :19.61 :19.62
6) GILLIAM, MICHAEL SR TENNESSEE :19.67 :19.68
7) BUSSE, GREGORY SR AUBURN :19.57 :19.79
8) WEGHORST, MATT JR SOUTHERN METHOD. :19.72 :19.81

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) JAYME, CARLOS FR FLORIDA :19.76 :19.79
10) MACEDO, MATT JR CALIFORNIA :19.88 :19.84
11) HUSSEY, CHRIS SR TENNESSEE :19.77 :19.87
11) CRAWFORD, LEFFIE JR TEXAS :19.80 :19.87
13) CROCKER, IAN FR TEXAS :19.83 :19.94
13) MOLETTIERE, BOB JR PENN STATE :19.88 :19.94
15) ROSE, MATT FR TEXAS A&M :19.84 :19.95
16) GUERALDI, RENATO FR TENNESSEE :19.75 :19.96

EVENT: 5 MEN's 1 Meter SPRINGBOARD DIVING

OPTIONAL LIMITED
RANK NAME YEAR TEAM DD PRELIM DD FINALS

1 DUMAIS, TROY JR TEXAS 319.80 397.60
2 CAMPBELL, JUD SR GEORGIA 315.40 372.25
3 DAVIDSON, THOMAS SR INDIANA 324.30 368.85
4 MOSS, CLAYTON SO KENTUCKY 322.60 358.95
5 DUMAIS, JUSTIN JR TEXAS 313.10 356.10
6 ROY, SHANNON SR TENNESSEE 339.95 344.40
7 CHERECHES, GABI SR TENNESSEE 316.25 338.80
8 FICHERA, MARK SR COLUMBIA 342.75 297.15

9 KNOWLING, HEATH SO OHIO STATE 296.10
10 PETURSSON, ERIK SR LOUISIANA STATE 294.60
11 HULKO, BRANDON JR SOUTH CAROLINA 294.00
12 PRANDI, KYLE SO MIAMI (FLORIDA) 288.75
13 RUSSELL, AARON SO BRIGHAM YOUNG 285.75
14 FOX, COREY SR LOUISIANA STATE 285.30
15 MORGAN, ADAM SO TEXAS A&M 284.80
16 CROASTON, DAN SR MINNESOTA 278.25

17 RICHARDSON, HANK JR FLORIDA 277.70
18 EVEN, JESSESR SR TEXAS A&M 274.25
19 ALDERMAN, CHRIS SR PENN STATE 272.15
20 DAUGHERTY, KRIS SO GEORGIA 269.50
21 BRIGGS, MARK SR ARIZONA STATE 268.20
22 VACA, RUBEN JR ARIZONA 266.85
23 GARCIA, CAESAR FR AUBURN 263.35
24 SIVULKA, ANDREW FR AUBURN 262.30
25 DUMAIS, BRICE SO SOUTHERN METHOD. 254.85
26 HYDE, HAROLD SR TEXAS 253.80
27 KIRKPATRICK, AARON JR KENTUCKY 252.50
28 MONSON, CHRIS SO OHIO STATE 250.50
29 BOHNER, STEVE SO PENN STATE 243.05
30 OJEDA, OMAR FR ARIZONA 242.55
31 COBEN, JASON FR MICHIGAN 240.45
32 GOWDY, MIKE FR HAWAII 237.80
33 CARR, THATCHER FR NAVY 234.40
34 VanARSDALL, KYLE SO LOUISIANA STATE 219.60
35 FORGEY, AARON SR WISCONSIN 215.40

EVENT: 6 MEN's 400 Yard MEDLEY RELAY

NCAA Record: 3:07.28 STANFORD 1995
AMERICAN Record: 3:07.28 STANFORD 1995
US OPEN Record: 3:07.28 STANFORD 1995
POOL Record: 3:11.52 TEXAS 2000
QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 3:14.45

RESULTS of FINALS

RANK PRELIM TIME

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

1) TEXAS 3:09.37 3:05.37**
1) DUSING, NATE SR :45.94 3) HANNAN, TOM JR :46.02
2) HANSEN, BRENDAN FR :51.48 4) CROCKER, IAN FR :41.93
** NCAA Record: AMERICAN Record: US OPEN Record: POOL Record:
2) AUBURN 3:10.63 3:07.17
1) SOMENSATTO, JEFFREY SR :47.09 3) HAIDINYAK, ANDREW SO :46.27
2) DENNISTON, DAVID SR :51.78 4) BUSSE, GREGORY SR :42.03

3) TENNESSEE 3:11.55 3:07.54
1) GILLIAM, MICHAEL SR :45.63 3) HOGGATT, JUSTIN JR :46.75
2) McDONNELL, JEREMY JR :52.05 4) HUSSEY, CHRIS SR :43.11

4) STANFORD 3:09.21 3:08.66
1) BAL, RANDAL SO :46.31 3) O'BRYAN, BOBBY FR :46.65
2) ROBINSON, ANTHONY SR :52.86 4) MESSNER, ADAM SR :42.84

5) MINNESOTA 3:11.93 3:11.80
1) SMOLINSKI, TODD SO :47.42 3) KRASTIN, CHAD JR :47.71
2) HACKLER, JEFF SO :53.46 4) ONG, ALLEN SO :43.21

6) CALIFORNIA 3:12.69 3:12.42
1) MACEDO, MATT JR :48.05 3) LIM, ALEX FR :48.73
2) ARONSSON, PETER JR :54.01 4) ERVIN, ANTHONY SO :41.63

7) SOUTHERN CAL. 3:13.57 3:12.79
1) LEE, JEFF SO :48.01 3) KASCHIK, NICK JR :48.03
2) IMAI, RYOSUKE SR :53.24 4) CASTRO, RODRIGO SR :43.51

8) SOUTHERN METHODIST 3:13.42 3:13.05
1) ANDERSON, JAKOB FR :47.69 3) JERNIGAN, BRANDEN SR :47.22
2) CARLSON, TIM JR :54.33 4) WEGHORST, MATT JR :43.81

CONSOLATION FINAL

9) TEXAS A&M 3:13.93 3:13.08
1) JANES, RILEY JR :47.46 3) GREENE, MICHAEL SR :47.19
2) TATE, NIK JR :55.30 4) MORROW, DAVID SR :43.13

10) FLORIDA 3:13.76 3:13.51
1) JANSEN, MICHAEL JR :48.52 3) SHERRARD, DUNCAN JR :46.97
2) NORRIS, PHILIP SO :54.95 4) SUMMERS, NATHAN SR :43.07

11) GEORGIA 3:14.50 3:13.76
1) LINDSAY, MARC JR :47.96 3) LAM, RANDY FR :48.10
2) SALYARDS, KYLE FR :54.30 4) MURRAY, CHRIS SR :43.40

12) VIRGINIA 3:15.85 3:15.56
1) WAGNER, LUKE FR :48.81 3) KERPELMAN, ADAM FR :48.85
2) MARSHALL, GARY FR :54.45 4) JOHNSON, TROY SR :43.45

13) ARIZONA 3:15.08 3:16.84
1) LaFLEUR, ERIC FR :49.56 3) DASH, JEFF SO :47.40
2) SCHOMAN, ROLAND JR :56.23 4) SCHRYVER, JAY SR :43.65

14) IOWA STATE 3:15.75 3:17.20
1) SKOOG, PEDER SR :48.83 3) INGESSON, HENRIK SR :49.04
2) CHRISTIANSON, MIKE SO :55.70 4) deBRUIN, DYLAN JR :43.63

15) MICHIGAN 3:16.97 3:17.66
1) WATLAND, JORDAN JR :49.21 3) KETCHUM, DAN FR :48.59
2) WERNER, SCOTT SR :54.93 4) MANGIERI, GARRETT SO :44.93

16) HARVARD 3:17.59 3:18.54
1) IM, MIKE SR :49.12 3) EGAN, KYLE JR :48.44
2) GRANT, RASSAN FR :54.29 4) COLE, JOHN FR :46.69

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