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November 18, 2006 at 3:58 am #12090fr0gmanMember
After this one, I have to say, I don’t think any D3 team can take the Emory women in a dual meet. The boys looked pretty darn tough too. No Tim Newton?
November 18, 2006 at 4:41 am #32051neswimMember
Look at the TYR results. I’d say they’re behind Kenyon in the:
Plus 200 free or 100 fly depending on what events Psaris elects to swim.
Kenyon also wins:
200 free relay
200 med relay
400 med relay
800 free relay
The other events are pretty much up for grabs except for the 100 free (Westby unless she swims against Ertel), 100 back (toss up…lets see if Jacobssen is faster than Pasternak) 400 Im (Emory) 200 fly (onlyl if Psaris swims)
How does Emory win a 16 event dual meet?
I don’t see it.
November 18, 2006 at 3:54 pm #32052Cookie MonsterMember
No Tim Newton?
Tim Newton and Thomas Roos both had to miss the meet because of interviews.
November 19, 2006 at 4:11 am #32053NescacfanMember
After this one, I have to say, I don’t think any D3 team can take the Emory women in a dual meet.
I agree with NESwim that the Kenyon women are stronger this year than Emory.
We now have results from the Wiliams and Amherst women after 2.5 weeks of practice. Comparing the results of Williams vs. Army and Amherst vs. Colby, it appears the two rivals are pretty close. I note that Williams swam without Crissy Haley and Amherst swam without Mary Marvel. Williams FY’s seemed to have performed a little stronger than the Amherst FY women. Amherst had an A-cut[Sasser in the 100 back] and 2 B-cut swims[Sasser in the 200 back and the 200 Medley Relay]; Williams had 3 B-cuts [all by Amanda Nicholson in the 100 back, 200 back and 200 IM]. Amherst swims again on Monday against Wesleyan. Williams waits until 12/2.
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