Florida Takes First and Third in 200 IM on Night Two of 2018 Men’s DI NCAA’s

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Cal’s Matthew Josa posted a 1:41.66 in the B final to take the win for the Bears.

Tonight’s A final featured not one, but two sub-1:40 swimmers with Florida’s Jan Switowski (1:39.54) leading the way with NC State’s Andreas Vazaios (1:39.97) following behind. In third was Florida’s Mark Szaranek in a time of 1:40.27.

Event 4  Men 200 Yard IM
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         NCAA: N 1:38.13  2/15/2018 Caeleb Dressel, Florida
     American: A 1:38.13  2/15/2018 Caeleb Dressel, Florida
   U. S. Open: O 1:38.13  2/15/2018 Caeleb Dressel, Florida
 Championship: C 1:39.38  3/26/2015 David Nolan, Stanford-PC
         Pool: P 1:40.40  3/22/2018 Andrew Seliskar, California-PC
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals NISCA Points
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                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Jan Switkowski   SR Florida           1:41.23    1:39.54P  197   20  
    r:+0.67  21.50        46.34 (24.84)
        1:15.48 (29.14)     1:39.54 (24.06)
  2 Andreas Vazaios  JR NC State          1:40.93    1:39.97P  194   17  
    r:+0.69  22.10        46.44 (24.34)
        1:15.44 (29.00)     1:39.97 (24.53)
  3 Mark Szaranek    SR Florida           1:41.62    1:40.27P  193   16  
    r:+0.68  21.85        46.54 (24.69)
        1:15.71 (29.17)     1:40.27 (24.56)
  4 Abrahm DeVine    JR Stanford          1:40.78    1:40.35P  193   15  
    r:+0.67  21.84        46.32 (24.48)
        1:15.76 (29.44)     1:40.35 (24.59)
  5 Andrew Seliskar  JR California        1:40.40    1:40.69   191   14  
    r:+0.66  21.79        46.92 (25.13)
        1:15.87 (28.95)     1:40.69 (24.82)
  6 Vini Lanza       JR Indiana           1:42.05    1:40.82   190   13  
    r:+0.69  21.33        47.23 (25.90)
        1:16.66 (29.43)     1:40.82 (24.16)
  7 Gunnar Bentz     SR Georgia           1:42.13    1:41.89   185   12  
    r:+0.72  22.25        48.18 (25.93)
        1:17.63 (29.45)     1:41.89 (24.26)
  8 Ian Finnerty     JR Indiana           1:42.08    1:44.25   174   11  
    r:+0.66  22.52        49.40 (26.88)
        1:18.36 (28.96)     1:44.25 (25.89)
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