Day 1, GAC up by 50

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    • #12327

      GAC slaughters Olaf on day 1. Pokarski swims the 500. SJU a strong 3rd. Hamline will compete for 4th.

      Totals 200 FR 500 FR 200 IM 50 Free 400 MR
      GAC 40 78 45 46 34
      STO 34 47 55 16 40
      SJU 32 11 13 49 32
      CAR 30 9 2 17 30
      HAM 28 3 16 9 28

      GAC 243
      STO 192
      SJU 137
      CAR 88
      HAM 84

    • #35139
      silentp
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      @Mac of the MIAC wrote:

      Totals 200 FR 500 FR 200 IM 50 Free 400 MR
      GAC 40 78 45 46 34
      STO 34 47 55 16 40
      SJU 32 11 13 49 32
      CAR 30 9 2 17 30
      HAM 28 3 16 9 28

      How does Carleton only get 2 points from the 200 IM. I think Marschall gets better than 15th.

    • #35140

      @silentp wrote:

      @Mac of the MIAC wrote:

      Totals 200 FR 500 FR 200 IM 50 Free 400 MR
      GAC 40 78 45 46 34
      STO 34 47 55 16 40
      SJU 32 11 13 49 32
      CAR 30 9 2 17 30
      HAM 28 3 16 9 28

      How does Carleton only get 2 points from the 200 IM. I think Marschall gets better than 15th.

      My bad.

      Totals 200 FR 500 FR 200 IM 50 Free 400 MR
      GAC 40 78 45 46 34
      STO 34 47 55 16 40
      SJU 32 11 13 49 32
      CAR 30 9 19 17 30
      HAM 28 3 16 9 28

      GAC 243
      STO 192
      SJU 137
      CAR 105
      HAM 84

    • #35141
      iknowall
      Member

      Look for that 200 IM to be a little more lopsided towards the oles. They sneak 4 or 5 into the top eight. Also, watch out for Koch in the 50. Word on the street is he’s been flying in practice. This kid is too good to get third.

    • #35142
      Look Up
      Member

      I’d also expect Olaf’s Edwards to et a point or two in the 50

    • #35143

      500 Free
      Hanson GAC 20
      Stewart GAC 17
      Davis GAC 16
      Anderson STO 15
      Cuevas GAC 14
      Jessop STO 13
      Wagner STO 12
      Pokarski GAC 11

      Kruesi CAR 9
      Tveldt STO 7
      Ahlberg SJU 6
      Lofquist SJU 5
      Johnson UST 4
      Paterson HAM 3
      Seebart STO 2
      Stepleton MAC 1

      200 IM
      Westby STO 20
      Marschall CAR 17
      Tapia HAM 16
      Wareham STO 15
      Pearson GAC 14
      Kukla STO 13
      Mikkelson GAC 12
      Waylander GAC 11

      Swenson SJU 9
      Stanaway SJU 7
      Meyer, A STO 6
      Horn GAC 5
      Kubat SJU 4
      Ziegler GAC 3
      Plotz CAR 2
      Manley STO 1

      50 Free
      Amundson GAC 20
      Hagemeyer GAC 17
      Koch STO 16
      Christianson SJU 15
      Chapman SJU 14
      Frielander CAR 13
      Hardy UST 12
      Larson SJU 11

      Frank SJU 9
      Burgess HAM 7
      Wakefield GAC 6
      Mullee, T UST 5
      Plotz CAR 4
      Auyeung GAC 3
      Beckman HAM 2
      Winter GAC 1

    • #35144
      SeekUp
      Member

      so why did you improve some peoples places from the psych sheet (hanson and kruesi in the 500 and hagemeyer in the 50 to name a few) and not others. Seems like the purpose of scoring out the meet based on the psych sheet would be well scoring out the meet based on the psych sheet, not guessing who will drop time and move up. Unless you know about faster times they have swam this season but are not seeded at for conference

    • #35145

      @SeekUp wrote:

      so why did you improve some peoples places from the psych sheet (hanson and kruesi in the 500 and hagemeyer in the 50 to name a few) and not others. Seems like the purpose of scoring out the meet based on the psych sheet would be well scoring out the meet based on the psych sheet, not guessing who will drop time and move up. Unless you know about faster times they have swam this season but are not seeded at for conference

      Who said that I scored it out based on the psych sheet? I’m doing over/unders for the meet in order to take bets. The psych sheet is a big part of the equation, but not the whole formula. Will Kruisi is the best taper swimmer in the MIAC, it would be silly for me to keep him at his psych sheet place.

    • #35146
      D3SWIMMERDAD
      Member

      If everyone places in finals where they are after prelims I show GAC 224 and Olaf 222.

    • #35147

      @D3SWIMMERDAD wrote:

      If everyone places in finals where they are after prelims I show GAC 224 and Olaf 222.

      If that is the case, then Olaf has the upper hand in the meet.

    • #35148
      RustieGustie
      Member

      I’ve got it 241-246 in favor of Olaf after Day one. That includes both relays and diving. Of course I was a Religion major, so my math may be off 🙂

      I believe that 10 Gusties swam on the first day versus 12 for the Oles. I think the meet will be very close, but the Gusties are right where they should be heading into the first night of finals.

    • #35149
      D3SWIMMERDAD
      Member

      @D3SWIMMERDAD wrote:

      If everyone places in finals where they are after prelims I show GAC 224 and Olaf 222.

      My fault. It should be GAC 224, OLAF 202. No diving in these scores.

    • #35150
      RustieGustie
      Member

      Wow. I really am rusty. I could have sworn there used to be diving finals on the first day.

    • #35151
      Kari Byron
      Member

      With men’s 1m diving:

      GAC – 225
      STO – 246

    • #35152

      I’m sure most people at the meet are now at the bar… but I’ll give my 2 cents.

      I don’t think the current score bodes well for GAC… diving will kill GAC.

      Matt Stewart is making a STRONG case for swimmer of the meet. Wow.

      Obviously Westby is awesome… is he tapered? Shaved? Someone check his chest hair. Does he have womb broom under the chin?

      Hagemeyer still’s got it.

      Ben Wareham’s 55.86 breast in the 400 med is up there with Stewart’s 500 and Westby’s IM I think for best swims of the day. I’m excited to see what him and Westby put up in the open.

      I wish I was there. Buy assistant to the head coach Hagen and assistant to the assistant head coach Whyte a beer for me… and Jon and Heidi I suppose.

      Closed circuit to the Fantasy Mac of the MIAC league… my mom ran into Bob and Dave Hauck yesterday and brought up our fantasy league… neither Bob nor Dave had a clue what she was talking about. Guess they don’t read D3swimming.

    • #35153
      Kari Byron
      Member

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      I’m sure most people at the meet are now at the bar… but I’ll give my 2 cents.

      I would assume so as well.

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      I don’t think the current score bodes well for GAC… diving will kill GAC.

      This is true, but it has always killed GAC. The GAC divers seem to be better on the 3m anyhow, so that could help them. As far as days 2 and 3 go, day 2 belongs to Olaf and will be up to GAC to make a move. Any spot they move up here is fantastic, any spot they move down is deadly. Day 3 belongs to GAC and will be where they win the meet from behind if necessary. Hopefully, they won’t have to win from behind but it would make the meet a ton of fun to watch.

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      Matt Stewart is making a STRONG case for swimmer of the meet. Wow.

      If he keeps swimming like this, it’s his. Westby is also making a good run at it. Hagemeyer has 1 title under his belt and appears to be back in good form, could he be a contender?

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      Obviously Westby is awesome… is he tapered? Shaved? Someone check his chest hair. Does he have womb broom under the chin?

      I doubt anyone will be able to find this out. Those in the know are at the meet and most likely not on the d3 forum.

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      Hagemeyer still’s got it.

      Indeed. 20.69 A-cut in the 50 open, 19.87 split on the 200 FR, and a 44.96 anchor on the 400 MR. Hope his backstroke is clicking too. Love to see the guy go 50. again. Maybe even a 49 something to really tickle my fancy? Didn’t look like a strong backstroke class from the 400 MR, but that’s not the majority of the field.

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      Ben Wareham’s 55.86 breast in the 400 med is up there with Stewart’s 500 and Westby’s IM I think for best swims of the day. I’m excited to see what him and Westby put up in the open.

      It was frickin’ incredible. Amazing split. Westby’s 48.87 fly split on the same relay shouldn’t be overlooked either.

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      I wish I was there. Buy assistant to the head coach Hagen and assistant to the assistant head coach Whyte a beer for me… and Jon and Heidi I suppose.

      We miss you to, Chapel Partner.

      @Chapel Partner wrote:

      Closed circuit to the Fantasy Mac of the MIAC league… my mom ran into Bob and Dave Hauck yesterday and brought up our fantasy league… neither Bob nor Dave had a clue what she was talking about. Guess they don’t read D3swimming.

      Not surprising. The Hauck’s are busy enough with the team and the kids/grandkids to be on d3 swimming. Plus, as I mentioned earlier I doubt that a coach should be on here anyhow. That could only lead to trouble in my mind.

    • #35154

      No one is too busy for D3swimming.com.

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