NC State’s Andreas Vazaios Comes from Behind to Win 200 Fly on Final Night of NCAA’s

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NC State’s Andreas Vazaios took first in the 200 fly A final with a blisteringly fast pool record of 1:38.60. Vazaios was able to come home in a quick 25.56 to hold off the rest of the field on his way to victory.

Florida’s Jan Switkowski earned some much need points for the Gators with his second place finish with a time of 1:39.55 while Indiana’s Vini Lanza swam a 1:39.75 for third in the A final.

Louisville’s Nicolas Albiero took the B final in a time of 1:40.85.

Event 19  Men 200 Yard Butterfly
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         NCAA: N 1:37.35  03/25/2017Jack Conger, Texas
     American: A 1:37.35  03/25/2017Jack Conger, Texas-ST
   U. S. Open: O 1:37.35  03/25/2017Jack Conger, Texas-ST
 Championship: C 1:37.35  03/25/2017Jack Conger, Texas-ST
         Pool: P 1:39.68  03/24/2018Andreas Vazaios, NC State-NC
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals NISCA Points
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                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Andreas Vazaios  JR NC State          1:39.68    1:38.60P        20  
    r:+0.70  22.54        47.95 (25.41)
        1:13.04 (25.09)     1:38.60 (25.56)
  2 Jan Switkowski   SR Florida           1:40.13    1:39.55P        17  
    r:+0.67  21.90        47.12 (25.22)
        1:12.90 (25.78)     1:39.55 (26.65)
  3 Vini Lanza       JR Indiana           1:40.39    1:39.75         16  
    r:+0.72  21.96        47.47 (25.51)
        1:13.52 (26.05)     1:39.75 (26.23)
  4 Mike Thomas      JR California        1:40.48    1:39.95         15  
    r:+0.67  22.67        48.26 (25.59)
        1:14.15 (25.89)     1:39.95 (25.80)
  5 Justin Wright    SR Arizona           1:40.23    1:40.16         14  
    r:+0.56  22.44        47.74 (25.30)
        1:13.59 (25.85)     1:40.16 (26.57)
  6 Zheng Quah       SO California        1:41.00    1:40.70         13  
    r:+0.60  22.39        48.12 (25.73)
        1:13.96 (25.84)     1:40.70 (26.74)
  7 Trenton Julian   FR California        1:40.63    1:40.81         12  
    r:+0.68  22.70        47.95 (25.25)
        1:14.03 (26.08)     1:40.81 (26.78)
  8 Gunnar Bentz     SR Georgia           1:40.72    1:41.45         11  
    r:+0.75  23.00        48.85 (25.85)
        1:14.89 (26.04)     1:41.45 (26.56)
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  1. Pablo Valedon

    Wolf pack! Don’t ever give up! Jimmy valvano!

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