2019 NCAA Division III National Championships Day 2 Finals: Fitch Breaks 100 Fly Record

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By Olivia Wile, Swimming World College Intern.

This evening marked day two of finals at the 2019 NCAA Division III National Championships. Tonight’s action-packed session was full of close finishes, two ties and a broken record.

Denison University, Kenyon College and Emory University brought home their fair share of wins this evening. Denison took the women’s 200 free relay with Drake Horton winning the men’s 200 free for the big red. Emory did just the opposite, winning the men’s 200 free relay while looking to Fiona Muir for an individual win in the women’s 200 free as well as a killer anchor leg to win the 400 medley relay.

It was an exciting night for Kenyon as well with Michael Bartholomew winning a close 400 IM. David Fitch took first in the 100 fly with a record breaking time of 46.92 with teammate Jonathan Zimdars placing in top three as well.

Women’s 200 Free Relay

It was a Denison relay win that kicked off this session of finals. The team of Madison Hopkins, Casey Kirby, Gabriella Nutter and KT Kustriz got to the wall first with a time of 1:32.28. Giving the Dennison women a close race was the Kenyon team of Andrea Perttula, Caylee Hamilton, Abigail Wilson and Emmerson Mirus. The women finished a little off their prelims time with a 1:32.88.

Also adding a bit from this morning were the Emory women. The team of Fiona Muir, Zoe Walker, Hannah Lally and Megan Taylor finished with a time of 1:33.40.

Event 10  Women 200 Yard Freestyle Relay
====================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 1:30.52  3/16/2017 Emory
                          Muir, Sanchez-Aizcorbe, Taylor, Bergh
  2018 Winner:   1:32.48            Williams
 Meet Qualify:   1:35.95
    School                           Seed    Prelims              
====================================================================
                       === Preliminaries ===                        
 
  1 Denison                       1:31.28    1:32.28        
     1) Hopkins, Madison SO           2) Kirby, Casey JR              
     3) Nutter, Gabriella JR          4) Kustritz, KT JR              
                 23.22        46.54 (23.32)
        1:09.56 (23.02)     1:32.28 (22.72)
  2 Kenyon                        1:32.02    1:32.88        
     1) Perttula, Andrea FR           2) Hamilton, Caylee SO          
     3) Wilson, Abigail SR            4) Mirus, Emmerson SO           
                 23.83        47.15 (23.32)
        1:10.01 (22.86)     1:32.88 (22.87)
  3 Emory                         1:33.02    1:33.40        
     1) Muir, Fiona SR                2) Walker, Zoe FR               
     3) Lally, Hannah SR              4) Taylor, Megan SR             
                 23.48        46.60 (23.12)
        1:10.00 (23.40)     1:33.40 (23.40)
  4 Pomona-Pitzer                 1:34.12    1:34.19        
     1) Zurmuhl, Hannah JR            2) Liu, Allison SO              
     3) Denend, Katherine SO          4) Kauahi, Madison SR           
                 23.58        47.31 (23.73)
        1:10.94 (23.63)     1:34.19 (23.25)
  5 Johns Hopkins                 1:34.48    1:34.25        
     1) Alicea-Jorgensen, Kristen FR  2) Petersen, Kristen JR         
     3) Bisignani, Mikayla SO         4) Shapiro, Alison JR           
                 23.80        46.78 (22.98)
        1:10.18 (23.40)     1:34.25 (24.07)
  6 Bowdoin                       1:34.99    1:34.33        
     1) Laurita, Mary SO              2) Lowery, Marshall JR          
     3) Dixon, Sterling SR            4) Banasiak, Amanda JR          
                 23.71        47.14 (23.43)
        1:10.72 (23.58)     1:34.33 (23.61)
  7 W&L                           1:34.02    1:34.63        
     1) MacQueen, Alison JR           2) Baber, Caroline FR           
     3) Barnett, Claudia FR           4) Chancey, Isabelle SR         
                 23.77        47.21 (23.44)
        1:10.86 (23.65)     1:34.63 (23.77)
  8 Ursinus                       1:34.81    1:34.67        
     1) Lear, Sophie FR               2) Baker, Clara SR              
     3) Lyons, Peyten SR              4) May, Sophie SO               
                 23.79        47.59 (23.80)
        1:11.29 (23.70)     1:34.67 (23.38)

Men’s 200 Free Relay

Dropping under the 1:20 mark this evening and taking first place with a time of 1:19.99 was the Emory team of Sage Ono, Zachary Chen, Colin Lafave and Trey Kolleck.

It was a close race for second and third with just a hundredth of a second separating the field. The Tufts University team of Roger Gu, Kingsley Bowen, Costantino Camerano and Julian Batt finished with a time of 1:20.66 while the Kenyon team of David Fitch, Joseph Black, Thomas Weiss and AJ Reid got to the wall at a time of 1:20.67.

 Event 11  Men 200 Yard Freestyle Relay
==================================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 1:18.06  3/22/2012 , Kenyon
                          Somers, Turk, Richardson, Ramsey
  2018 Winner:   1:18.61            Emory
 Meet Qualify:   1:22.02
    School                        Prelims     Finals       Points 
==================================================================================
                            === Championship Final ===                            
 
  1 Emory                         1:20.49    1:19.99         40  
     1) Ono, Sage JR                  2) Chen, Zachary SR             
     3) Lafave, Colin FR              4) Kolleck, Trey SR             
                 20.29        40.51 (20.22)
        1:00.52 (20.01)     1:19.99 (19.47)
  2 Tufts                         1:21.75    1:20.66         34  
     1) Gu, Roger JR                  2) Bowen, Kingsley SR           
     3) Camerano, Costantino JR       4) Batt, Julian SO              
                 19.53        39.67 (20.14)
        1:00.19 (20.52)     1:20.66 (20.47)
  3 Kenyon                        1:20.65    1:20.67         32  
     1) Fitch, David SO               2) Black, Joseph FR             
     3) Weiss, Thomas JR              4) Reid, AJ SR                  
                 20.16        40.62 (20.46)
        1:00.50 (19.88)     1:20.67 (20.17)
  4 Denison                       1:20.41    1:20.73         30  
     1) Senior, Kymani JR             2) Horton, Drake SO             
     3) Picozzi, Liam FR              4) McHugh, Matthew JR           
                 20.17        40.51 (20.34)
        1:00.58 (20.07)     1:20.73 (20.15)
  5 Chicago                       1:21.14    1:20.78         28  
     1) Mendley, Jonathan SO          2) Litschgi, Byrne JR           
     3) Wang, Winston SR              4) Farrell, Alexander SR        
                 20.32        40.41 (20.09)
        1:01.07 (20.66)     1:20.78 (19.71)
  6 Johns Hopkins                 1:21.26    1:20.81         26  
     1) Kuyl, Emile SR                2) Fabian, Brandon JR           
     3) Chen, Maxwell FR              4) Davenport, Nathaniel SO      
                 20.61        40.64 (20.03)
        1:00.92 (20.28)     1:20.81 (19.89)
  7 Calvin                        1:21.52    1:21.39         24  
     1) Holstege, Benjamin SR         2) Britton, Jared SR            
     3) Iturbe, Julian SO             4) Holstege, Noah FR            
                 20.63        40.35 (19.72)
        1:00.98 (20.63)     1:21.39 (20.41)
  8 USMMA                         1:21.54    1:21.85         22  
     1) Higgins, John SO              2) Monahan, Nolan JR            
     3) Moore, Daniel SO              4) Welch, Jack SO               
                 20.90        41.24 (20.34)
        1:01.88 (20.64)     1:21.85 (19.97)

Women’s 400 IM

It came down to the last 10 yards this evening in the women’s 400 IM with outside smoke Honore Collins of New York University claiming first with a time of 4:15.17. The junior also won the 200 IM last night.

Leading the field the entire time, but falling to Honore at the very end was sophomore Molly Craig of Williams College. She dropped her prelims time by over five seconds finishing at a 4:15.46.

Next to the wall was Emory freshman Clio Hancock finishing third with a time of 4:19.83. Only four hundredths of a second off her was Dennison junior Nata Zaravella finishing fourth (4:19.89).

Fifth and sixth went to Emory senior Julia Durmer and Union junior Kerry Kelly. Both dropped time from prelims with Durmer taking fifth (4:21.12) and Kelly finishing sixth (2:24.53).

In seventh with a time of 4:25.66 was Amherst senior Bridgitt Kwong. Junior Erica Hsu of Dennison finished eighth (4:26.23).

Event 12  Women 400 Yard IM
=========================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 4:13.14  3/22/2012 Caroline Wilson, Williams
  2018 Winner:   4:18.56            Molly Craig, Williams
 Meet Qualify:   4:28.65
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Collins, Honore  JR NYU               4:24.92    4:15.17         20  
                 27.62        59.16 (31.54)
        1:32.27 (33.11)     2:05.26 (32.99)
        2:41.65 (36.39)     3:18.08 (36.43)
        3:47.34 (29.26)     4:15.17 (27.83)
  2 Craig, Molly     SO Williams          4:20.97    4:15.46         17  
                 26.88        57.32 (30.44)
        1:29.12 (31.80)     2:00.80 (31.68)
        2:38.01 (37.21)     3:15.41 (37.40)
        3:46.08 (30.67)     4:15.46 (29.38)
  3 Hancock, Clio    FR Emory             4:21.11    4:19.83         16  
                 27.51        58.76 (31.25)
        1:31.71 (32.95)     2:03.84 (32.13)
        2:40.51 (36.67)     3:18.34 (37.83)
        3:49.45 (31.11)     4:19.83 (30.38)
  4 Zaravella, Nata  JR Denison           4:23.86    4:19.89         15  
                 27.36        58.87 (31.51)
        1:32.68 (33.81)     2:05.74 (33.06)
        2:42.29 (36.55)     3:19.92 (37.63)
        3:50.70 (30.78)     4:19.89 (29.19)
  5 Durmer, Julia    SR Emory             4:21.35    4:21.12         14  
                 27.32        58.77 (31.45)
        1:32.30 (33.53)     2:04.76 (32.46)
        2:41.59 (36.83)     3:19.45 (37.86)
        3:50.69 (31.24)     4:21.12 (30.43)
  6 Kelly, Kerry     JR Union             4:27.02    4:24.53         13  
                 27.54        58.89 (31.35)
        1:32.71 (33.82)     2:05.71 (33.00)
        2:44.26 (38.55)     3:23.97 (39.71)
        3:54.53 (30.56)     4:24.53 (30.00)
  7 Kwong, Bridgitt  SR Amherst           4:26.80    4:25.66         12  
                 28.85      1:01.54 (32.69)
        1:34.95 (33.41)     2:07.31 (32.36)
        2:45.99 (38.68)     3:24.55 (38.56)
        3:55.62 (31.07)     4:25.66 (30.04)
  8 Hsu, Erica       JR Denison           4:26.06    4:26.23         11  
                 28.37      1:01.29 (32.92)
        1:34.75 (33.46)     2:07.55 (32.80)
        2:46.21 (38.66)     3:25.46 (39.25)
        3:56.37 (30.91)     4:26.23 (29.86)

Men’s 400 IM

It was Michael Bartholomew that took home an exciting 400 IM win this evening. The Kenyon junior fought off the field finishing first with a time of 3:50.66. He finished tenth in the event last year. Coming in a close second with a time of 3:51.12 was teammate Bryan Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald was seeded a place above Bartholomew going into finals.

Top seed freshman Zachary Lorson of Emory fell to third place this evening with a time of 3:51.40.

Four and fifth went to Denison teammates and juniors Robert Wang and Robert Williams. Wang finished fourth (3:51.46) with Williams taking fifth (3:51.70).

The excitement continued with a tie for sixth between Emory freshman Jason Hamilton and Denison senior Matthew Hedman. Both finished with a time of 3:53.07.

Finishing behind the field was junior Colin Reardon of Keyon finishing eighth (3:58.23).

Women’s 100 Fly

It hasn’t always been smooth sailing for Williams senior Maia Hare, but this year she is the women’s 100 fly national champion. Hare swam in the consolation final both her freshman and sophomore year, while last year she didn’t qualify for finals at all. Tonight, however, she got to the wall first with a time of 54.58.

The story was a bit different for top seed Madison Hopkins of Denison. Leading the field during the last few yards, an extra stroke is what cost her the title. She finished second with a time of 54.75.

There was another finals tie this evening, but this time for third. Junior Alison MacQueen of Washington and Lee University and sophomore Carolin Apathy of Bates College both finished with a time of 54.90.

Only a hundredth behind them was sophomore Laurita May of Bowdoin College finishing fifth (54.91). In sixth with a time of 55.21 was senior Clara Baker of Ursinus College. Zoe Whelan of Denison got to the wall next with a time of 55.51 while NYU’s Terra Matsushima finished eighth (56.24).

 Event 14  Women 100 Yard Butterfly
=========================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 52.64  3/20/2014 Kirsten Nitz, Wheaton (IL)
  2018 Winner:   53.39            Emma Waddell, Williams
 Meet Qualify:   56.13
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Hare, Maia       SR Williams            54.75      54.58         20  
                 25.70        54.58 (28.88)
  2 Hopkins, Madiso  SO Denison             54.51      54.75         17  
                 25.27        54.75 (29.48)
  3 MacQueen, Aliso  JR W&L                 54.58      54.90         15.5
                 25.38        54.90 (29.52)
  3 Apathy, Carolin  SO Bates               55.07      54.90         15.5
                 25.85        54.90 (29.05)
  5 Laurita, Mary    SO Bowdoin             54.95      54.91         14  
                 25.85        54.91 (29.06)
  6 Baker, Clara     SR Ursinus             54.88      55.21         13  
                 25.39        55.21 (29.82)
  7 Whelan, Zoe      JR Denison             55.37      55.51         12  
                 25.65        55.51 (29.86)
  8 Matsushima, Ter  FR NYU                 55.31      56.24         11  
                 26.21        56.24 (30.03)

Men’s 100 Fly

A decade later, Kenyon College now has another team title in the men’s 100 fly thanks to sophomore David Fitch. His time of 46.92 not only won him first place, but also set a new meet record. Finishing next with a time of 47.47 was junior Bouke Edskes of MIT.

Last year’s consolation final winner Jonathan Zimdars joined his Kenyon teammate in the top three this evening. Zimdars got to the wall with a time of 47.86.

Coming in fourth with a time of 48.10 was sophomore Marco Conati of Claremont McKenna-Harvey Mudd Scripps College. Finishing a close fifth with a time of 48.13 was junior Brandon Fabian of Johns Hopkins University.

Emory freshman Hwamin Sim got to the wall sixth with a time of 48.25. Senior Kenny Fox of Denison finished seventh (48.39) while Andrew Pek of Washington University finished eighth (48.91).

 Event 15  Men 100 Yard Butterfly
=========================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 46.97  3/19/2015 Reed Dalton, Wash U
  2018 Winner:   48.03            Kymani Senior, Denison
 Meet Qualify:   48.75
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Fitch, David     SO Kenyon              47.43      46.92*        20  
                 21.74        46.92 (25.18)
  2 Edskes, Bouke    JR MIT                 47.86      47.47         17  
                 22.07        47.47 (25.40)
  3 Zimdars, Jonath  SR Kenyon              48.01      47.86         16  
                 22.79        47.86 (25.07)
  4 Conati, Marco    SO C-M-S               48.18      48.10         15  
                 22.31        48.10 (25.79)
  5 Fabian, Brandon  JR Johns Hopkins       48.24      48.13         14  
                 22.33        48.13 (25.80)
  6 Sim, Hwamin      FR Emory               48.20      48.25         13  
                 22.50        48.25 (25.75)
  7 Fox, Kenny       SR Denison             48.36      48.39         12  
                 22.41        48.39 (25.98)
  8 Pek, Andrew      SR Wash U. MO          48.48      48.91         11  
                 23.04        48.91 (25.87)

Women’s 200 Free

It was a close race for first between Emory senior Fiona Muir and Williams sophomore Laura Westphal. Muir touched first with a time of 1:47.70 with Westphal just behind her at a 1:47.74.

Getting to the wall third with a time of 1:48.85 was junior Rebecca Erwin of Birmingham Southern College. Senior Sterling Dixon of Bowdoin finished fourth (1:49.77).

Fifth, sixth and seventh went to Kenyon college with all three women finishing in the 1:50 range. Abigail Wilson claimed fifth (1:50.24), Hannah Orbach-Mandel took sixth (1:50.27) and Ken Vanderhoof finished seventh (1:50.61).

Placing eighth with a time of 1:51.23 was Amherst junior Natali Rumpelt.

vent 16  Women 200 Yard Freestyle
=========================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 1:44.82  3/24/2011 Kendra Stern, Amherst
  2018 Winner:   1:46.89            Cindy Cheng, Emory
 Meet Qualify:   1:51.63
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Muir, Fiona      SR Emory             1:48.53    1:47.70         20  
                 24.42        51.70 (27.28)
        1:19.60 (27.90)     1:47.70 (28.10)
  2 Westphal, Laura  SO Williams          1:48.81    1:47.74         17  
                 25.08        52.28 (27.20)
        1:20.13 (27.85)     1:47.74 (27.61)
  3 Erwin, Rebecca   JR BSC               1:49.63    1:48.85         16  
                 25.06        52.50 (27.44)
        1:20.65 (28.15)     1:48.85 (28.20)
  4 Dixon, Sterling  SR Bowdoin           1:48.69    1:49.77         15  
                 25.87        53.58 (27.71)
        1:21.67 (28.09)     1:49.77 (28.10)
  5 Wilson, Abigail  SR Kenyon            1:49.96    1:50.24         14  
                 25.37        52.89 (27.52)
        1:21.19 (28.30)     1:50.24 (29.05)
  6 Orbach-Mandel,   SR Kenyon            1:49.05    1:50.27         13  
                 25.76        53.58 (27.82)
        1:22.00 (28.42)     1:50.27 (28.27)
  7 Vanderhoof, Ken  JR Kenyon            1:49.94    1:50.61         12  
                 25.65        53.58 (27.93)
        1:22.20 (28.62)     1:50.61 (28.41)
  8 Rumpelt, Natali  JR Amherst           1:50.86    1:51.23         11  
                 26.17        54.41 (28.24)
        1:23.23 (28.82)     1:51.23 (28.00)

Men’s 200 Free

Denison sophomore Drake Horton brought home another big red win this evening finishing first with a time of 1:37.75. Charging hard behind him and finishing second with a time of 1:37.81 was John Hopkins freshman Noah Corbitt.

Finishing third with a time of 1:38.14 was Williams sophomore James Lovett. Robert Williams of Kenyon made another championship finals appearance this evening finishing fourth with a time of 1:38.51. Sophomore Patrick Sullivan of Washington and Lee to the wall fifth (1:38.57).

Senior Bradley Stevenson joined his first-place finishing teammate in this championship final taking sixth (1:38.76). Kellen Stillman of Emory finished seventh (1:39.09) with sophomore Sulian Iturbe of Calvin College placing eighth (1:39.17).

Women’s 400 Medley Relay

Emory took home another relay win this evening thanks to anchor leg Fiona Muir. Joining Muirs were teammates Caroline Olson, Ashley Daniels and Lucena Daro. The women finished with a time of 3:40.66, just out touching the Denison women.

The team of Kasey Kirby, KT Kustritz, Maddie Hopkins and Gabriella Nutter got to the wall second with a time of 3:40.77.

Finishing third with a time of 3:42.22 was the Kenyon team of Crile Hart, Andrea Perttula, Racine Ross and Hannah Orbach-Mandel.

Event 19  Women 400 Yard Medley Relay
==================================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 3:39.57  3/17/2017 Emory
                          Cheng, Kowalsky, Sanchez-Aizcorbe, Muir
  2018 Winner:   3:39.95            Kenyon
 Meet Qualify:   3:49.90
    School                        Prelims     Finals       Points 
==================================================================================
                            === Championship Final ===                            
 
  1 Emory                         3:44.87    3:40.66         40  
     1) Olson, Caroline JR            2) Daniels, Ashley SR           
     3) Daro, Lucena SO               4) Muir, Fiona SR               
                 26.58        55.07 (55.07)
        1:23.22 (28.15)   1:56.15 (1:01.08)
        2:21.36 (25.21)     2:51.78 (55.63)
        3:14.77 (22.99)     3:40.66 (48.88)
  2 Denison                       3:44.09    3:40.77         34  
     1) Kirby, Casey JR               2) Kustritz, KT JR              
     3) Hopkins, Madison SO           4) Nutter, Gabriella JR         
                 27.08        56.77 (56.77)
        1:24.39 (27.62)     1:56.41 (59.64)
        2:20.99 (24.58)     2:50.30 (53.89)
        3:13.81 (23.51)     3:40.77 (50.47)
  3 Kenyon                        3:44.08    3:42.22         32  
     1) Hart, Crile SO                2) Perttula, Andrea FR          
     3) Ross, Racine FR               4) Orbach-Mandel, Hannah SR     
                 26.61        54.52 (54.52)
        1:23.15 (28.63)   1:56.76 (1:02.24)
        2:22.13 (25.37)     2:51.95 (55.19)
        3:15.87 (23.92)     3:42.22 (50.27)
  4 Williams                      3:45.95    3:43.90         30  
     1) Conforti, Caroline JR         2) White, Caroline JR           
     3) Hare, Maia SR                 4) Westphal, Laura SO           
                 27.36        57.63 (57.63)
        1:26.56 (28.93)   1:59.42 (1:01.79)
        2:24.74 (25.32)     2:53.86 (54.44)
        3:17.86 (24.00)     3:43.90 (50.04)
  5 Pomona-Pitzer                 3:45.39    3:45.10         28  
     1) Ling, Angela SR               2) Cummings, Mackenzie SR       
     3) Kauahi, Madison SR            4) Zurmuhl, Hannah JR           
                 26.86        55.55 (55.55)
        1:24.65 (29.10)   1:58.94 (1:03.39)
        2:24.15 (25.21)     2:53.96 (55.02)
        3:18.09 (24.13)     3:45.10 (51.14)
  6 Wash U. MO                    3:46.32    3:45.98         26  
     1) Bonetta-Misteli, Francesca FR 2) Li, Stephanie JR             
     3) Sapp, Lauren SR               4) Seidner, Mollie JR           
                 27.35        56.12 (56.12)
        1:25.56 (29.44)   1:59.78 (1:03.66)
        2:25.23 (25.45)     2:55.22 (55.44)
        3:19.36 (24.14)     3:45.98 (50.76)
  7 NYU                           3:46.88    3:46.74         24  
     1) Li, May SR                    2) Collins, Honore JR           
     3) Yuen, Erica SO                4) Wen, Haley SR                
                 27.16        56.86 (56.86)
        1:25.72 (28.86)   1:59.50 (1:02.64)
        2:24.79 (25.29)     2:54.78 (55.28)
        3:19.66 (24.88)     3:46.74 (51.96)
  8 W&L                           3:46.85    3:48.34         22  
     1) Bobbitt, Turner FR            2) Hageboeck, Emily JR          
     3) MacQueen, Alison JR           4) Barnett, Claudia FR          
                 27.84        57.96 (57.96)
        1:27.77 (29.81)   2:01.16 (1:03.20)
        2:27.04 (25.88)     2:56.40 (55.24)
        3:20.77 (24.37)     3:48.34 (51.94)

Men’s 400 Medley Relay

On the men’s side, beating out Denison, Emory and Kenyon was Wash U. The team of Peyton Wilson, Kevin Van Cleave, Andrew Pek and Chase Van Patten got to the wall first with a time of 3:14.17. Close behind them was the Denison team of Carson Clear, Tiernan Foster-Smith, Kenny Fox and Drake Horton. The men finished second with a time of 3:14.29.

Right behind them finishing third with a time of 3:14.79 was the Emory team of Sage Ono, Jason Hamilton, Hwamin Sim and Trey Kolleck.

The Kenyon team of David Fitch, AJ Reid, Jonathan Zimdars and Joseph Black took fourth (3:14.97).

 
 Event 20  Men 400 Yard Medley Relay
==================================================================================
  NCAA Record: * 3:10.51  3/16/2017 , Emory
                          Ono, Wilson, Baker, Smith
  2018 Winner:   3:13.97            Emory
 Meet Qualify:   3:19.23
    School                        Prelims     Finals       Points 
==================================================================================
                            === Championship Final ===                            
 
  1 Wash U. MO                    3:15.60    3:14.17         40  
     1) Wilson, Peyton JR             2) Van Cleave, Kevin SR         
     3) Pek, Andrew SR                4) Van Patten, Chase JR         
                 23.01        48.23 (48.23)
        1:12.93 (24.70)     1:42.28 (54.05)
        2:04.10 (21.82)     2:30.10 (47.82)
        2:50.58 (20.48)     3:14.17 (44.07)
  2 Denison                       3:14.92    3:14.29         34  
     1) Clear, Carson SR              2) Foster-Smith, Tiernan SR     
     3) Fox, Kenny SR                 4) Horton, Drake SO             
                 23.05        48.59 (48.59)
        1:13.26 (24.67)     1:41.88 (53.29)
        2:03.68 (21.80)     2:30.22 (48.34)
        2:50.90 (20.68)     3:14.29 (44.07)
  3 Emory                         3:15.35    3:14.79         32  
     1) Ono, Sage JR                  2) Hamilton, Jason FR           
     3) Sim, Hwamin FR                4) Kolleck, Trey SR             
                 23.14        48.84 (48.84)
        1:14.40 (25.56)     1:43.84 (55.00)
        2:05.38 (21.54)     2:31.79 (47.95)
        2:51.58 (19.79)     3:14.79 (43.00)
  4 Kenyon                        3:16.39    3:14.97         30  
     1) Fitch, David SO               2) Reid, AJ SR                  
     3) Zimdars, Jonathon SR          4) Black, Joseph FR             
                 22.51        47.19 (47.19)
        1:12.63 (25.44)     1:42.45 (55.26)
        2:05.03 (22.58)     2:30.48 (48.03)
        2:51.39 (20.91)     3:14.97 (44.49)
  5 Johns Hopkins                 3:16.16    3:15.38         28  
     1) Kuyl, Emile SR                2) Chen, Maxwell FR             
     3) Vitek, Jeffrey FR             4) Fabian, Brandon JR           
                 22.87        47.95 (47.95)
        1:13.45 (25.50)     1:42.73 (54.78)
        2:05.10 (22.37)     2:31.44 (48.71)
        2:52.24 (20.80)     3:15.38 (43.94)
  6 Chicago                       3:16.29    3:15.54         26  
     1) Litschgi, Byrne JR            2) Yamaguchi, Reona JR          
     3) Todd, Michael SR              4) Farrell, Alexander SR        
                 23.14        47.60 (47.60)
        1:13.29 (25.69)     1:42.78 (55.18)
        2:05.29 (22.51)     2:31.56 (48.78)
        2:52.03 (20.47)     3:15.54 (43.98)
  7 Calvin                        3:16.72    3:16.35         24  
     1) Holstege, Benjamin SR         2) Fish, Skyler SR              
     3) Britton, Jared SR             4) Iturbe, Julian SO            
                 23.08        47.97 (47.97)
        1:13.61 (25.64)     1:42.99 (55.02)
        2:04.89 (21.90)     2:31.50 (48.51)
        2:52.65 (21.15)     3:16.35 (44.85)
  8 Amherst                       3:16.64    3:17.49         22  
     1) Smith, Craig JR               2) Mebust, Sean JR              
     3) Koravos, Jack JR              4) Romeyn, Scott FR             
                 23.95        49.74 (49.74)
        1:14.70 (24.96)     1:44.17 (54.43)
        2:06.68 (22.51)     2:33.17 (49.00)
        2:54.06 (20.89)     3:17.49 (44.32)

2 comments

  1. avatar
    Swim Fan

    Emory women won the 200 free relay tonight. They were 3rd in prelims but put together an amazing race to win in the finals.

  2. avatar
    Anonymous

    WashU first NCAA relay title in program history