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    • #12296
      DonCheadle
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      The great times that they put up in December are not looking so hot now. Callam in particular is just a little bit shakey because depending on TT’s their 3:25 may not make it in (though I expect a solid 100 fly tomorrow that would erase this).

      Ehh, all in all they’ll be fine. THe bigger picture though is that D3 has gotten a lot faster.

    • #34829

      Emory has 15 guys that are a lock to be in the meet, so they will swim all relays. It all depends of course on the right combo of guys in the meet, but looks like they’ll be fine.

    • #34830
      DonCheadle
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      50.8 is not a lock in the 100 fly. Nor is a a 1:53.7 in the 200 IM or 4:06 im the 400 IM

    • #34831
      swim5599
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      I know they are not worried about it but their women’s 400 medley was dq’d last night.

    • #34832
      facenorth
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      1:53.7 is safe in the 200 IM I would think.

    • #34833

      @swim5599 wrote:

      I know they are not worried about it but their women’s 400 medley was dq’d last night.

      along with 3 other relays. i think they need worry about sending a full 18. Their bubble 200 freestylers have yet to show something. Also, I’m fairly certain that 154 low will make the meet. Does anyone think 58.0 will make it? The way everyone is swimming, i dont think it will and everyone has to go 57.

    • #34834

      The team seemed a lot more excited tonight. Mary Tripp gets into Nationals with a leadoff split and DiMarco can be considered safe now with the 800 free relay and two B cuts with a possible third tomorrow.

      It was great to see the relays at the end a race to the finish between Wash U and Emory again. Wash U’s relay is even faster despite Triebe and Slavik having graduated!

    • #34835

      @Cookie Monster wrote:

      The team seemed a lot more excited tonight. Mary Tripp gets into Nationals with a leadoff split and DiMarco can be considered safe now with the 800 free relay and two B cuts with a possible third tomorrow.

      It was great to see the relays at the end a race to the finish between Wash U and Emory again. Wash U’s relay is even faster despite Triebe and Slavik having graduated!

      Even faster? They were 6:42 at nationals last year… do you mean at conference last year, or…?

    • #34836
      swim5599
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      Leckey 1:40.2 on the end. They will make some noise in that relay in a couple of weeks

    • #34837
      silentp
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      Those Emory swimmers who are in the meet either on relays or individually only rested this week, no longer, so they will be there when it counts for them, NCAAs.

    • #34838

      @RhymeAndReason wrote:

      @Cookie Monster wrote:

      The team seemed a lot more excited tonight. Mary Tripp gets into Nationals with a leadoff split and DiMarco can be considered safe now with the 800 free relay and two B cuts with a possible third tomorrow.

      It was great to see the relays at the end a race to the finish between Wash U and Emory again. Wash U’s relay is even faster despite Triebe and Slavik having graduated!

      Even faster? They were 6:42 at nationals last year… do you mean at conference last year, or…?

      As opposed to conference last year – they were 6:52.

    • #34839

      Last year nobody on that 800 relay was rested for UAA’s, whereas this year everyone was. That is the only reason it was faster this year.

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