Fabian Schwingenschlogl Wins Missouri’s 1st NCAA Title With 100 Breast Triumph

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Missouri’s Fabian Schwingenschlogl captured his team’s first NCAA title ever with a win in the men’s 100-yard breast at the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s Championships.

Schwingenschlogl, who transferred to Missouri after Western Kentucky suspended its swim program, moved to sixth all time in the event’s history with a 51.29 for the win.  That’s a big win for head coach Greg Rhodenbaugh.

Tennessee’s Peter John Stevens picked up second overall with a time of 51.50 to move to ninth all time in the event’s history.

All Time Top 10 100 Breast:

1 50.04 Kevin Cordes Arizona 3/28/14
2 50.82 Cody Miller, Badger 12/18/15
3 50.86 Damir Dugonjic California TAMU 3/27/09
4 50.89 Chuck Katis California 3/27/15
5 51.08 Nic Fink Georgia 23/27/15
6 51.29 Fabien Swingenschlogl Missouri Atlanta 3/25/16
7 51.35 Mike Alexandrov Tucson Ford Columbus 12/3/10
8 51.41 Richard Funk Michigan 3/27/15
9 51.50 Peter John Stevens Tennessee Atlanta 3/25/16
10 51.54 Sam Tierney Missouri 3/27/15

This event proved to be the most widespread in terms of representation.  Air Force’s Michael Barnosky (51.89), Virginia Tech’s Brandon Fiala (52.14), Louisville’s Carlos Claverie (52.14), Oakland’s Devon Nowicki (52.22), South Carolina’s Nils Wich-Glasen (52.31) and George Washington’s Andrea Bolognesi (52.51) finished third through eighth in the finale.

                           === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Schwingenschlogl, Fab  JR Missouri            51.53      51.29P  20  
    r:+0.65  23.86        51.29 (27.43)
  2 Stevens, Peter         SO Tennessee           51.67      51.51P  17  
    r:+0.60  23.85        51.51 (27.66)
  3 Barnosky, Michael      SR Air Force           52.13      51.89   16  
    r:+0.76  24.53        51.89 (27.36)
  4 Fiala, Brandon         JR VT                  52.17      52.14   14.5
    r:+0.64  24.37        52.14 (27.77)
  4 Claverie, Carlos       SO Louisville          51.87      52.14   14.5
    r:+0.68  24.88        52.14 (27.26)
  6 Nowicki, Devon         FR Oakland             52.35      52.22   13  
    r:+0.63  24.66        52.22 (27.56)
  7 Wich-Glasen, Nils      SO SCAR                52.12      52.31   12  
    r:+0.71  24.62        52.31 (27.69)
  8 Bolognesi, Andrea      JR GW                  52.06      52.51   11  
    r:+0.64  24.47        52.51 (28.04)
 
                            === B - Final ===                            
 
  9 Bish, Blair            FR Arizona             52.67      52.18    9  
    r:+0.67  24.28        52.18 (27.90)
 10 Kurz, Tanner           SR Indiana             52.49      52.27    6.5
    r:+0.67  24.15        52.27 (28.12)
 10 Duderstadt, Michael    JR Auburn              52.49      52.27    6.5
    r:+0.67  24.64        52.27 (27.63)
 12 Hoppe, Connor          SO California          52.40      52.77    5  
    r:+0.67  24.41        52.77 (28.36)
 13 Groters, Jordy         SO Missouri            52.70      52.80    4  
    r:+0.66  25.08        52.80 (27.72)
 14 Kaeser, Yannick        SR Virginia            52.47      52.86    3  
    r:+0.75  24.72        52.86 (28.14)
 15 Trussov, Roman         SR Iowa                52.62      53.17    2  
    r:+0.64  24.62        53.17 (28.55)
 16 Finnerty, Ian          FR Indiana             52.60      54.43    1  
    r:+0.73  25.23        54.43 (29.20)
                Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 11                  
 
  1. Texas                             305   2. Florida                           220
  3. California                        204   4. NC State                          169
  5. Georgia                           127   6. Michigan                          108
  6. Tennessee                         108   6. Missouri                          108
  9. Louisville                       90.5  10. Auburn                             89
 11. Indiana                          86.5  12. Alabama                            82
 13. Stanford                         74.5  14. Southern Cali                      69
 15. Ohio St                            51  16. Arizona                            37
 17. South Carolina                     36  18. Virginia Tech                    28.5
 19. Wisconsin                          25  20. Air Force                          16
 21. Cleveland St                       15  22. University of Miami                14
 23. Oakland                            13  24. Brigham Young                      12
 25. George Washington                  11  25. Pittsburgh                         11
 27. Univ of Utah                        9  27. Unlv                                9
 29. Princeton                           8  30. Penn                                6
 31. Lsu                                 5  31. Georgia Tech                        5
 33. Minnesota                           4  34. Virginia                            3
 34. UNC                                 3  36. Penn State University               2
 36. Harvard                             2  36. Iowa                                2
 39. Texas A&M                           1

1 comment

  1. avatar
    Bill Bell

    A German and a Slovenian going one- two? Where’s Kevin Cirdes ( Michael Andrew?) when ta’ need ’em.

    That’s ok. When Reece Whitley gets ro UCLA in a coupke o’ years he’ll be in the 49s so it’s academic.

    Oh UCLA killed men’s swimming mire than two decades ago and has never reinstated the program? Well by time Whitley’s ready for college AD Dam Guerrero will have eliminated men’s hoops and poured the money into men’s swimming w/ Frank Busch and Mark Schubert as co- head coaches!

    And no I haven’t been on the same sauce as Yulia Efimova allegedly has!