Three US Open Records Fall on Friday Night at the 2017 Men’s NCAA Division I Championships

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Three total US Open Records fell on Friday night at the 2017 NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming and Diving Championships. Olympians Chase Kalisz, Caeleb Dressel and Ryan Murphy flexed their muscles with individual victories. Kalisz (400 IM) and Dressel (100 Fly) swam to new American Records while Murphy won his fourth straight 100 back title. Texas has built a huge lead on the competition going into the last day as they look to wrap up its third straight national title.

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Heat Sheets

Tonight’s Events:

  • 400 IM
  • 100 Fly
  • 200 Free
  • 100 Breast
  • 100 Back
  • 3m Diving
  • 200 Medley Relay

Here are the current team scores:

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 14                      
 
  1. Texas                           391.5   2. California                        253
  3. Florida                         224.5   4. NC State                          196
  5. Indiana                         189.5   6. Stanford                          160
  7. Southern Cali                   142.5   8. Univ of Georgia                   141
  9. Missouri                        135.5  10. Louisville                      102.5
 11. Auburn                          100.5  12. Alabama                            98
 13. Arizona State                      68  14. South Carolina                     60
 15. Purdue                             57  16. Texas A&M                          56
 17. Tennessee                          55  18. Michigan                           46
 19. Wisconsin                          33  19. Ohio St                            33
 21. University of Miami                31  22. Lsu                                28
 22. Virginia Tech                      28  24. Harvard                            21
 25. Arizona                          19.5  26. Minnesota                          18
 27. Penn St                            16  28. Notre Dame                         12
 28. Duke                               12  30. George Washington                   9
 31. Denver                              7  31. Florida State                       7
 33. UNC                                 6  34. Kentucky                            4
 34. Northwestern                        4  36. Cornell                             3
 37. Hawaii                              2  37. Penn                                2
 39. Pittsburgh                          1

400 IM

NCAA Record: 3:34.50, Chase Kalisz (2014)

American Record: 3:34.50, Chase Kalisz (2014)

US Open Record: 3:34.50, Chase Kalisz (2014)

Georgia senior Chase Kalisz swam the fastest 400 IM in history at 3:33.42, breaking his old record he set in 2014 at 3:34.50. Kalisz took last year off for the Olympics, and was dethroned by Will Licon in 2015, but before all of that Kalisz won two straight 400 IM titles in 2013 and 2014. Kalisz is now the sixth swimmer to win at least 400 IM NCAA titles and the first since Tim Siciliano won three straight from 1999-2001.

Kalisz was dominant once he started swimming breaststroke. The big battle behind him was between Cal sophomore Andrew Seliskar and Florida junior Mark Szaranek. Seliskar finished second at 3:36.18 and Szaranek was third at 3:36.31. Seliskar is now fourth all-time while Szaranek is sixth. Georgia’s Gunnar Bentz, Stanford’s Abrahm DeVine, Texas’ Jonathan Roberts, Georgia’s Jay Litherland and Virginia Tech’s Robert Owen also swam in the championship final.

Georgia now has five NCAA titles in the 400 IM. Kalisz joins himself (2013, 2014), Bill Cregar (2011) and Robert Margalis (2003) as winners in the event.

Event 8  Men 400 Yard IM
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 3:34.50  3/28/2014 Chase Kalisz, Georgia
 Championship: C 3:34.50  3/28/2014 Chase Kalisz, Georgia
     American: A 3:34.50  3/28/2014 Chase Kalisz, Georgia
   U. S. Open: O 3:34.50  3/28/2014 Chase Kalisz, Georgia
         Pool: P 3:37.18  3/24/2017 Chase Kalisz, Georgia
    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Kalisz, Chase          SR Georgia           3:37.18    3:33.42N  20  
    r:+0.72  23.31        49.78 (26.47)
        1:17.16 (27.38)     1:43.68 (26.52)
        2:12.56 (28.88)     2:42.29 (29.73)
        3:08.26 (25.97)     3:33.42 (25.16)
  2 Seliskar, Andrew       SO California        3:40.64    3:36.18P  17  
    r:+0.63  22.75        49.71 (26.96)
        1:18.00 (28.29)     1:45.40 (27.40)
        2:15.40 (30.00)     2:45.32 (29.92)
        3:10.98 (25.66)     3:36.18 (25.20)
  3 Szaranek, Mark         JR Florida           3:38.55    3:36.31P  16  
    r:+0.64  23.06        50.23 (27.17)
        1:18.11 (27.88)     1:45.33 (27.22)
        2:15.35 (30.02)     2:45.68 (30.33)
        3:11.41 (25.73)     3:36.31 (24.90)
  4 Bentz, Gunnar          JR Georgia           3:38.62    3:36.60P  15  
    r:+0.73  23.53        50.52 (26.99)
        1:19.09 (28.57)     1:46.77 (27.68)
        2:17.46 (30.69)     2:47.86 (30.40)
        3:12.84 (24.98)     3:36.60 (23.76)
  5 DeVine, Abrahm         SO Stanford          3:39.44    3:37.73   14  
    r:+0.66  23.19        50.53 (27.34)
        1:18.29 (27.76)     1:45.63 (27.34)
        2:16.09 (30.46)     2:46.90 (30.81)
        3:12.89 (25.99)     3:37.73 (24.84)
  6 Roberts, Jonathan      JR Texas             3:38.91    3:38.18   13  
    r:+0.73  23.18        49.69 (26.51)
        1:16.79 (27.10)     1:43.79 (27.00)
        2:15.57 (31.78)     2:47.49 (31.92)
        3:13.94 (26.45)     3:38.18 (24.24)
  7 Litherland, Jay        JR Georgia           3:38.39    3:38.66   12  
    r:+0.70  23.64        50.56 (26.92)
        1:18.30 (27.74)     1:45.92 (27.62)
        2:16.51 (30.59)     2:48.40 (31.89)
        3:13.75 (25.35)     3:38.66 (24.91)
  8 Owen, Robert           SR VT                3:38.97    3:41.21   11  
    r:+0.72  23.15        50.03 (26.88)
        1:17.90 (27.87)     1:44.89 (26.99)
        2:16.71 (31.82)     2:49.15 (32.44)
        3:15.64 (26.49)     3:41.21 (25.57)

100 Fly

NCAA Record: 44.01, Joseph Schooling (2016)

American Record: 43.84, Tom Shields (2016)

US Open Record: 43.84, Tom Shields (2016)

Outside of NC State’s 800 free relay win, there has not been a big upset on the weekend. That lasted until Friday night when Florida junior Caeleb Dressel dethroned two-time defending champion and Olympic gold medallist in Texas junior Joseph Schooling. Dressel also broke Schooling’s NCAA record along with Tom Shields‘ American Record with a 43.58 thanks to a monster last turn.

Schooling finished second in the race after having the early lead with a 43.75, the second fastest time in history. Schooling was going for his third win in a row to be the seventh to win at least three 100 fly titles. But alas, Dressel over-swam him the last 25. Texas senior Jack Conger finished third with a 44.35, remaining the fifth fastest performer in history. NC State’s Ryan Held, Cal’s Zheng Quah, Indiana’s Vini Lanza and Missouri’s Andrew Sansoucie also competed in the A-final. California’s Matthew Josa was disqualified in the race.

Florida now has five NCAA titles in the 100 fly. Dressel joins Marcin Cieslak (2014) and coach Anthony Nesty (1990-1992) as winners for the Gators.

 Event 9  Men 100 Yard Butterfly
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 44.01  3/25/2016 Joseph Schooling, Texas
 Championship: C 44.01  3/25/2016 Joseph Schooling, Texas
     American: A 43.84  12/16/2016Tom Shields, California
   U. S. Open: O 43.84  12/16/2016Tom Shields, California
         Pool: P 44.44  3/24/2017 Jack Conger, Texas
    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Dressel, Caeleb        JR Florida             44.49      43.58A  20  
    r:+0.62  20.70        43.58 (22.88)
  2 Schooling, Joseph      JR Texas               44.97      43.75O  17  
    r:+0.59  20.39        43.75 (23.36)
  3 Conger, Jack           SR Texas               44.44      44.35P  16  
    r:+0.65  20.55        44.35 (23.80)
  4 Held, Ryan             JR NC State            45.21      44.92   15  
    r:+0.64  20.57        44.92 (24.35)
  5 Quah, Zheng            FR California          45.27      45.06   14  
    r:+0.61  20.93        45.06 (24.13)
  6 Lanza, Vini            SO Indiana             45.47      45.52   13  
    r:+0.72  21.31        45.52 (24.21)
  7 Sansoucie, Andrew      SR Missouri            45.45      45.76   12  
    r:+0.61  21.52        45.76 (24.24)
 -- Josa, Matthew          JR California          45.31         DQ  
      Non-simultaneous touch
    r:+0.63  21.17           DQ (24.28)

200 Free

NCAA Record: 1:30.46, Townley Haas (2016)

American Record: 1:30.46, Townley Haas (2016)

US Open Record: 1:30.46, Townley Haas (2016)

There was a lot of hype over the 200 free final tonight. There had been talk since Wednesday night if a sub-1:30 200 free was possible from a flat start. A sub 1:30 did not come through tonight, but it was Townley Haas of Texas who repeated his title in the event, swimming a 1:30.65 for his second win in the event. Haas held off USC’s Dylan Carter and Indiana’s Blake Pieroni, who tied for second at 1:31.16. Haas got pressure early on from Carter, who used his superb underwaters to stay with Haas, but ultimately Townley held him off to be the first person to repeat since Louisville’s Joao de Lucca won in 2013 and 2014.

Harvard’s Dean Farris, Arizona State’s Cameron Craig and Florida’s Maxime Rooney were all freshman in the race, and will have huge expectations moving forward as they progress into their careers as they finished all in a row. NC State’s Soren Dahl and Wisconsin’s Brett Pinfold also swam in the A-final.

Texas now has seven NCAA titles in the event. Haas joins himself (2016), Dax Hill (2012), Dave Walters (2008), Josh Davis (1993) and Doug Gjertsen (1988, 1990) as winners for the Longhorns.

 Event 10  Men 200 Yard Freestyle
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 1:30.46  3/25/2016 Townley Haas, Texas
 Championship: C 1:30.46  3/25/2016 Townley Haas, Texas
     American: A 1:30.46  3/25/2016 Townley Haas, Texas
   U. S. Open: O 1:30.46  3/25/2016 Townley Haas, Texas
         Pool: P 1:31.51            Joao DeLucca, Louisville
    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Haas, Townley          SO Texas             1:31.97    1:30.65P  20  
    r:+0.74  21.03        43.74 (22.71)
        1:07.09 (23.35)     1:30.65 (23.56)
  2 Pieroni, Blake         JR Indiana           1:32.42    1:31.16P  16.5
    r:+0.64  21.11        44.11 (23.00)
        1:07.40 (23.29)     1:31.16 (23.76)
  2 Carter, Dylan          JR Southern Cali     1:32.17    1:31.16P  16.5
    r:+0.58  20.99        44.00 (23.01)
        1:07.50 (23.50)     1:31.16 (23.66)
  4 Farris, Dean           FR Harvard           1:33.05    1:32.25   15  
    r:+0.71  21.33        44.61 (23.28)
        1:08.13 (23.52)     1:32.25 (24.12)
  5 Craig, Cameron         FR ASU               1:32.84    1:32.46   14  
    r:+0.65  21.74        45.11 (23.37)
        1:08.91 (23.80)     1:32.46 (23.55)
  6 Rooney, Maxime         FR Florida           1:32.88    1:32.79   13  
    r:+0.61  21.47        44.76 (23.29)
        1:08.61 (23.85)     1:32.79 (24.18)
  7 Dahl, Soeren           SR NC State          1:32.55    1:32.98   12  
    r:+0.73  21.60        45.09 (23.49)
        1:08.85 (23.76)     1:32.98 (24.13)
  8 Pinfold, Brett         SR Wisconsin         1:33.21    1:33.57   11  
    r:+0.70  22.02        45.51 (23.49)
        1:09.59 (24.08)     1:33.57 (23.98)

100 Breast

NCAA Record: 50.04, Kevin Cordes (2014)

American Record: 50.04, Kevin Cordes (2014)

US Open Record: 50.04, Kevin Cordes (2014)

Texas senior Will Licon picked up his second individual title of the weekend in the 100 breast, just out-touching Missouri’s Fabian Schwingenschlogl at 50.68 to Fabian’s 50.77. This is the first time Licon has swum the 100 breast at the NCAA Championships, electing for the 400 IM in recent years. Licon used that distance background to out-touch Fabian at the last stroke to dethrone the defending champion. Licon and Schwingenschlogl are now second and third fastest all-time in the event.

USC sophomore Carsten Vissering finished third at 51.40 for the highest finish in his career. California’s Connor Hoppe, Auburn’s Michael Duderstadt, Virginia Tech’s Brandon Fiala, Duke’s Peter Kropp and South Carolina’s Nils Wich-Glasen also swam in the A-final.

Texas now has seven NCAA titles in the 100 breast. Licon joins Brendan Hansen (2001-2004) and Kirk Stackle (1989, 1990) as winners in the event for the Longhorns.

Event 11  Men 100 Yard Breaststroke
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 50.04  3/28/2014 Kevin Cordes, Arizona
 Championship: C 50.04  3/28/2014 Kevin Cordes, Arizona
     American: A 50.04  3/28/2014 Kevin Cordes, Arizona
   U. S. Open: O 50.04  3/28/2014 Kevin Cordes, Arizona
         Pool: P 50.74            Kevin Cordes, Arizona
    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Licon, Will            SR Texas               50.87      50.68P  20  
    r:+0.68  23.88        50.68 (26.80)
  2 Schwingenschloegl, Fa  SR Missouri            51.76      50.77   17  
    r:+0.65  23.46        50.77 (27.31)
  3 Vissering, Carsten     SO Southern Cali       51.91      51.40   16  
    r:+0.66  24.04        51.40 (27.36)
  4 Hoppe, Connor          JR California          51.50      51.41   15  
    r:+0.68  24.08        51.41 (27.33)
  5 Duderstadt, Michael    SR Auburn              51.75      51.55   14  
    r:+0.67  24.16        51.55 (27.39)
  6 Fiala, Brandon         SR VT                  51.30      51.66   13  
    r:+0.61  24.25        51.66 (27.41)
  7 Kropp, Peter           SR Duke                52.06      51.90   12  
    r:+0.61  24.08        51.90 (27.82)
  8 Wich-Glasen, Nils      JR South Carolina      51.86      51.92   11  
    r:+0.66  24.23        51.92 (27.69)

100 Back

NCAA Record: 43.49, Ryan Murphy (2016)

American Record: 43.49, Ryan Murphy (2016)

US Open Record: 43.49, Ryan Murphy (2016)

Going into the NCAA championships, it looked like Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Ryan Murphy was the prohibited favorite going into the 100 back. But after this morning, Alabama’s Connor Oslin and Texas’ John Shebat looked dangerous in pulling a major upset. But in the end, it was Murphy who swam the third fastest 100 back in history at 43.99 for his fourth straight win in the event. Shebat was second at 44.35 for third all-time in the event. Oslin was third at 44.56, good for fifth all-time.

Murphy is only the second swimmer ever to win four straight 100 back titles as USC’s John Naber won four in a row from 1974-1977. Murphy will have another chance tomorrow to win four straight in the 200 back. Alabama’s Luke Kaliszak, USC’s Ralf Tribuntsov, Penn State’s Shane Ryan, Louisville’s Grigory Tarasevich and NC State’s Andreas Vazaios also swam in the A-final.

California now has six NCAA titles in the 100 back. Murphy joins himself (2014-2016), and Tom Shields (2011, 2012) as winners in the event for the Golden Bears.

 Event 12  Men 100 Yard Backstroke
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 43.49  3/25/2016 Ryan Murphy, California
 Championship: C 43.49  3/25/2016 Ryan Murphy, California
     American: A 43.49  3/25/2016 Ryan Murphy, California
   U. S. Open: O 43.49  3/25/2016 Ryan Murphy, California
         Pool: P 44.59  3/24/2017 Connor Oslin, Alabama
    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Murphy, Ryan           SR California          44.78      43.99P  20  
    r:+0.51  21.07        43.99 (22.92)
  2 Shebat, John           SO Texas               44.63      44.35P  17  
    r:+0.70  21.21        44.35 (23.14)
  3 Oslin, Connor          SR Alabama             44.59      44.56P  16  
    r:+0.58  21.33        44.56 (23.23)
  4 Kaliszak, Luke         JR Alabama             45.25      44.91   15  
    r:+0.54  21.19        44.91 (23.72)
  5 Tribuntsov, Ralf       JR Southern Cali       45.00      45.13   14  
    r:+0.62  21.44        45.13 (23.69)
  6 Ryan, Shane            SR Penn St             45.27      45.17   13  
    r:+0.58  21.59        45.17 (23.58)
  7 Tarasevich, Grigory    SR Louisville          45.13      45.22   12  
    r:+0.59  21.83        45.22 (23.39)
  8 Vazaios, Andreas       JR NC State            45.26      45.49   11  
    r:+0.60  21.86        45.49 (23.63)

3m Diving

Purdue sophomore Steele Johnson won his second title in as many days on Friday night at the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in the 3m diving. Johnson won the 1m diving title last night, as he puts himself in contention to be the first diver to sweep all three boards at the NCAA Championships.

Johnson won the title with 502.20 points ahead of Miami, FL’s Briadam Herrera at 477.30 and LSU’s Juan Hernandez at 464.35. Tennessee’s Liam Stone, Indiana’s Michael Hixon and James Connor, Minnesota’s Matt Barnard and Texas’ Grayson Campbell also competed in the 3m final.

Purdue has now won four 3m diving titles. Johnson joins David Boudia (2009-2011) as a winner in the 3m diving title for the Boilermakers.

 Event 13  Men 3 mtr Diving
=========================================================================
 Championship: C 529.10  3/27/2015 Samuel Dorman, Miami (FL)
    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Johnson, Steele        SO Purdue             409.75     502.20   20  
  2 Herrera, Briadam       JR Miami              428.95     477.30   17  
  3 Hernandez, Juan        FR LSU                392.05     464.35   16  
  4 Stone, Liam            JR Tennessee          410.60     459.40   15  
  5 Hixon, Michael         JR Indiana            416.75     455.35   14  
  6 Connor, James          SO Indiana            428.00     435.30   13  
  7 Barnard, Matt          SR Minnesota          414.40     415.90   12  
  8 Campbell, Grayson      FR Texas              410.45     411.85   11

200 Medley Relay

NCAA Record: 1:22.27, Michigan (2013)

American Record: 1:22.40, California (2015)

US Open Record: 1:22.27, Michigan (2013)

Just 24 hours after breaking the 3-minute barrier in the 400 medley relay, Texas had a similar performance in the 200 medley relay Friday night, smashing the NCAA and US Open record with a 1:21.54. That smashed Michigan’s 1:22.27 from the 2013 NCAA Championships. In fact, the top two teams were under that record. John Shebat (20.84), Will Licon (22.91), Joseph Schooling (19.45) and Brett Ringgold (18.34) are the new record holders in that relay.

Alabama swam in second with a 1:21.89, the second fastest swim in history. The Crimson Tide were led by Connor Oslin’s 20.39 backstroke split that was the fastest in the field. Oslin, Pavel Romanov, Luke Kaliszak and Zane Waddell swam for the Tide on that relay. California was third at 1:22.28. Oslin, Licon, Schooling and Caeleb Dressel had the fastest splits for each stroke on that relay. Dressel swam a 17.93, a little slower than his 17.71 this morning.

Missouri (1:22.48), Florida (1:23.08), NC State (1:23.18), Stanford (1:23.74) and Louisville (1:24.06) also competed in the A-final.

Texas now has five NCAA titles in the 200 medley relay. The 2017 team joins the teams from 2003, 2001, 2000 and 1991 to win the 200 medley relay at the NCAA championships for the Longhorns.

 Event 14  Men 200 Yard Medley Relay
==================================================================================
         NCAA: N 1:22.27  3/29/2013 Michigan
                          M Ortiz, B Ortiz, S Fletcher, Z Turk
 Championship: C 1:22.27  3/29/2013 Michigan
                          M Ortiz, B Ortiz, S Fletcher, Z Turk
     American: A 1:22.40  3/27/2015 California
                          R Murphy, C Katis, J Lynch, T Messerschmidt
   U. S. Open: O 1:22.27  3/29/2013 Michigan
                          M Ortiz, B Ortiz, S Fletcher, Z Turk
         Pool: P 1:22.17            Michigan
    School                              Prelims     Finals Points 
==================================================================================
                            === Championship Final ===                            
 
  1 Texas                               1:23.17    1:21.54P  40  
     1) Shebat, John SO               2) r:0.30 Licon, Will SR        
     3) r:0.26 Schooling, Joseph JR   4) r:0.45 Ringgold, Brett JR    
    r:+0.61  10.28        20.84 (20.84)
          31.03 (10.19)       43.75 (22.91)
           52.45 (8.70)     1:03.20 (19.45)
         1:11.91 (8.71)     1:21.54 (18.34)
  2 Alabama                             1:23.93    1:21.89P  34  
     1) Oslin, Connor SR              2) r:0.13 Romanov, Pavel SR     
     3) r:0.17 Kaliszak, Luke JR      4) r:0.14 Waddell, Zane FR      
     r:+0.59  9.99        20.39 (20.39)
          30.71 (10.32)       43.69 (23.30)
           52.76 (9.07)     1:03.63 (19.94)
         1:12.15 (8.52)     1:21.89 (18.26)
  3 California                          1:23.27    1:22.28   32  
     1) Murphy, Ryan SR               2) r:0.26 Hoppe, Connor JR      
     3) r:0.24 Lynch, Justin JR       4) r:0.16 Sendyk, Pawel FR      
    r:+0.53  10.05        20.47 (20.47)
          30.93 (10.46)       43.63 (23.16)
           52.65 (9.02)     1:03.67 (20.04)
         1:12.33 (8.66)     1:22.28 (18.61)
  4 Missouri                            1:23.29    1:22.48   30  
     1) Hein, Daniel FR               2) r:0.22 Schwingenschloebian SR
     3) r:0.19 Sansoucie, Andrew SR   4) r:0.21 Chadwick, Michael SR  
    r:+0.50  10.56        21.24 (21.24)
          31.37 (10.13)       44.17 (22.93)
           52.99 (8.82)     1:04.03 (19.86)
         1:12.87 (8.84)     1:22.48 (18.45)
  5 Florida                             1:23.37    1:23.08   28  
     1) Blyzinskyj, Jack SR           2) r:0.19 Bray, Chandler FR     
     3) r:0.14 Szaranek, Mark JR      4) r:0.27 Dressel, Caeleb JR    
    r:+0.57  10.56        21.26 (21.26)
          31.94 (10.68)       45.07 (23.81)
           53.91 (8.84)     1:05.15 (20.08)
         1:13.62 (8.47)     1:23.08 (17.93)
  6 NC State                            1:23.53    1:23.18   26  
     1) Stewart, Coleman FR           2) r:0.17 Hren, Derek SR        
     3) r:0.14 Ress, Justin SO        4) r:0.31 Held, Ryan JR         
    r:+0.59  10.50        21.17 (21.17)
          31.81 (10.64)       44.81 (23.64)
           53.64 (8.83)     1:05.05 (20.24)
         1:13.49 (8.44)     1:23.18 (18.13)
  7 Stanford                            1:23.97    1:23.74   24  
     1) Dudzinski, Ryan SO            2) r:0.13 Anderson, Matt SO     
     3) r:0.29 Liang, Andrew JR       4) r:0.31 Perry, Sam JR         
         r:+0.55          21.64 (21.64)
                              45.05 (23.41)
                            1:04.98 (19.93)
         1:13.92 (8.94)     1:23.74 (18.76)
  8 Louisville                          1:23.87    1:24.06   22  
     1) Tarasevich, Grigory SR        2) r:0.10 Claverie, Carlos JR   
     3) r:0.16 Quallen, Josh SR       4) r:0.23 Carroll, Trevor SR    
    r:+0.56  10.50        21.38 (21.38)
          31.59 (10.21)       44.97 (23.59)
           53.81 (8.84)     1:05.12 (20.15)
         1:14.00 (8.88)     1:24.06 (18.94)
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