Swimming this Summer

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Swimming this Summer

Post by DonCheadle » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:41 am

Dyrkacz from this weekend:
53.9 100 free
4:17.4 400 free
2:11.48 200 back
1:06.85 100 breast (call it a 57 high)
2:19.34 200 breast (call it 1:59 or so)
2:08.8 200 IM

These are great swims.


Spencer Scarth from the same meet
400 IM 4:43
1:59.7 200 free
4:10.3 400 free (about 4:35)
16:28.9 1500 free (call it a sub 16:00)
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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by wywahoos » Mon Jul 18, 2011 1:33 pm

scarth was 158.8 on a relay.

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by Nashland » Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:02 am

Michael Brus (Grinnell)

100 free- 54.2
400 free- 412.6
100 back- 59.9
200 back- 208.0
400 IM- 439.5

Colby Kubat (St. Olaf)

100 breast- 106.6
200 breast- 231.8
200 IM- 215.6
400 IM- 452.8
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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by facenorth » Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:28 pm

Saw a few familiar names from the sectional at Cleveland State this past weekend...

Quinn Bartlett:
58.42/2:04.57 back (200 is an OT cut... congrats to Quinn!)
2:00.74 free
2:11.20 IM

ISB:
24.06/51.73/1:54.20

James Chapman:
24.98/54.47
57.22 fly
1:00.21 bk

Carlo Biedenbarn:
1:59.59/4:16.22/9:04.37

Jackson Humphrey:
59.78/2:09.05 fly
2:10.76/4:40.97 IM

Women:
Alyssa Swanson:
27.45/59.73/2:05.90/4:25.75

Caroline Wilson (I thought she swam out east? She's from CT) at any rate...this Caroline Wilson would have posted fairly similar times assuming she wasn't rested and swims for Ohio State's club team:
2:07.12/4:26.89/9:15.12
5:04.34


Also competing in the "Blast from the Past" division.....
Eddis Singleton:
54.98 in the 100 free.
DQ in the 50. He had a seed time of 24.01 however.

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by DonCheadle » Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:52 pm

facenorth wrote: James Chapman:
24.98/54.47
57.22 fly
1:00.21 bk
who knows if he was tapered, but if so = not good. I think he was about a second fast last year.

ISB was great.
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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by nescac » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:57 pm

Caroline Wilson is swimming for Ohio State Swim Club this summer. OSSC is headed to nationals next week and I assume she's going with them. Anyone know why she's training in Columbus, Ohio?? Must be unusual for a D III swimmer to train with a D I club team in a different city!

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by ScotsFan » Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:33 pm

Uh oh! You're talking about women on a Cheadle-initiated thread! :wink:

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by DonCheadle » Thu Jul 28, 2011 2:59 pm

ScotsFan wrote:Uh oh! You're talking about women on a Cheadle-initiated thread! :wink:
Seriously man, you are so wrong about this. I think, in general, the best thing to do is for women to have their OWN threads so that they don't get drowned out by male talk.
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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by iamdonovan » Thu Jul 28, 2011 3:23 pm

DonCheadle wrote:
ScotsFan wrote:Uh oh! You're talking about women on a Cheadle-initiated thread! :wink:
Seriously man, you are so wrong about this. I think, in general, the best thing to do is for women to have their OWN threads so that they don't get drowned out by male talk.
Yes! Separate but equal is the way to go!
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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by andrewpierson » Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:50 pm

Roy Burch (Former Springfield swimmer) just went 22.69 at the world champs and got 28th in the 50. Is this the best showing at a world champs/olympics for a d3 swimmer? Also swam the 100 free there and went 51.0

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by DonCheadle » Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:23 am

andrewpierson wrote:Roy Burch (Former Springfield swimmer) just went 22.69 at the world champs and got 28th in the 50. Is this the best showing at a world champs/olympics for a d3 swimmer? Also swam the 100 free there and went 51.0
No one is around who will remember this, but none the less I think he finally justified my 2nd round pick of him in the 2005 fantasy draft.

To answer your question, didn't Marsman place better than that at the Olympics a few years ago?
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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by swimmer10 » Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:53 pm

Ymca nationals are finishing up today, anyone know of any D3 commits that are there?

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by facenorth » Fri Jul 29, 2011 3:15 pm

I ran through the seniors psyche sheet real quick and caught a few names (although I'm sure I missed quite a few too). They are below...

Women:
Caroline Wilson:
2 IM - 69 seed 2:19.65
4 IM - 49 seed 4:53.61

Kendra Stern:
400 Free - 68 seed 4:19.18
200 Free - 45 seed 2:02.01

Men:
Rory Buck - 1 breast 25 seed 1:02.86

John Hu - 4 IM 113 seed 3:55.41

Chris Depew:
2 IM 155th 1:49.57scy
4 IM 125th 3:56.18scy
2 fly 103rd 1:48.22scy

Joseph Pysnik - 4 IM 154th 3:58.08scy

James Chapman:
1 fly - 103rd 48.52scy
1 bk - 115th 49.48scy

Quinn Bartlett - 2bk 47th 2:04.80

Al Weik - 1500 82nd 15:06.47scy

Grads:
Nelson Westby:
1 breast 15th - 1:02.37
2 breast 41st - 2:19.01

Pavel Buyanov:
1 breast - 53 seed 1:04.41
2 breast -110 seed 2:00.31scy

Stephen Clenendin:
4 IM 152nd 3:57.9scy
2 back 128th 1:47.89scy

John Dillon:
1 bk 96th 48.75
2 fly 101st 1:48.16

Other:
Mike Vernoia:
400 fr 78th 4:01.08
200 fr 87th 1:53.31

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by ScotsFan » Fri Jul 29, 2011 3:59 pm

Kendra Stern is also entered in the 100 free, and Dillon is also entered in the 100 fly.

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Re: Swimming this Summer

Post by babwik » Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:33 pm

swimmer10 wrote:Ymca nationals are finishing up today, anyone know of any D3 commits that are there?

Mike Harmon, second in the 50 (24.0) going t Gettysburg

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