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    • #12011
      silentp
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      They posted it!

      http://athletics.kenyon.edu/x4937.xml

      Kegan Borland – 1:43, 4:38, !!!!15:46!!!!, 1:54 2fly

      Caleb Gottinger – 22.3, 47.7, 1:42.7, 4:34, 16:09

      Douglas Huguenard – 54.3 1back, 51.6 fly, 1:56 2fly

      Jacob Shanley – 55 back

      Matthew Yates – 21.5, 47.7

      couldn’t find info on Carruthers or the 2 foreign born guys

    • #31139
      facenorth
      Member

      Carruthers has been 51 in the fly.

      I’d say Eric Dunn has some nice training partners. Another very solid class for Kenyon.

      Any insights on who their backstroker is on the front of those medleys?

    • #31140
      facenorth
      Member

      They also put together a nice womens group.

      DA. 55/155/504
      LE. Diving
      TE. 52.0/151 207 IM 55 fly all in 2004, best I could find.
      AH. 24.4/53.3/158
      EJ. 158/515. 58.4/204 back. 212/438 IM
      BL. 1:00/2:09 bk
      KL. 25.0/53.9/158. 59.8 bk 2:10.1 IM. 108/230 br
      MR. 55.3/158. 229 Br. 214 IM
      Hally Roberts ??
      RW. 25.3/53.2/154.3

      Very solid.

    • #31141
      swim5599
      Member

      Yeah I am really interested to know how fast these 2 foreign recruits are, foreign recruits have been huge for Kenyon over the years. Duda, P Monteiro, L Monteiro just to name a few

    • #31142
      silentp
      Member

      @swim5599 wrote:

      Yeah I am really interested to know how fast these 2 foreign recruits are, foreign recruits have been huge for Kenyon over the years. Duda, P Monteiro, L Monteiro just to name a few

      I agree, i tried to find information on them both but was unsuccessful. I even found rankings for France and i searched breastroke times up to 1:13 LCM for the 100 breast and could not find him… but that doesn’t really mean anything.

    • #31143
      DonCheadle
      Member

      I am surprised you had trouble finding stuff on the foreign swimmers:

      Blair Withington: 1:08.6 100 M Breast, 54.3 100M Free, 2:09.7 200 M IM (that is really fast), 30.54 50 m breast

      Lazarus: 1:07.46 100 M breast, 2:26.0 200M Breast, 2:15.2 200M IM

      P, use google first. Put the persons name and then “swim” It always works. Unless the person is from france, and then you type “libre” instead of “swim.”

    • #31144
      silentp
      Member

      @DonCheadle wrote:

      I am surprised you had trouble finding stuff on the foreign swimmers:

      Blair Withington: 1:08.6 100 M Breast, 54.3 100M Free, 2:09.7 200 M IM (that is really fast), 30.54 50 m breast

      Lazarus: 1:07.46 100 M breast, 2:26.0 200M Breast, 2:15.2 200M IM

      P, use google first. Put the persons name and then “swim” It always works. Unless the person is from france, and then you type “libre” instead of “swim.”

      2:09.7 converts to a 1:51 in the 200 IM

      i did try googling but couldn’t come up with it, must have done something wrong, nice work though… these are both good quality swimmers

    • #31145
      neswim
      Member

      @facenorth wrote:

      They also put together a nice womens group.

      DA. 55/155/504
      LE. Diving
      TE. 52.0/151 207 IM 55 fly all in 2004, best I could find.
      AH. 24.4/53.3/158
      EJ. 158/515. 58.4/204 back. 212/438 IM
      BL. 1:00/2:09 bk
      KL. 25.0/53.9/158. 59.8 bk 2:10.1 IM. 108/230 br
      MR. 55.3/158. 229 Br. 214 IM
      Hally Roberts ??
      RW. 25.3/53.2/154.3

      Very solid.

      You can get 2005 times from the German Championships…Note she went 2:03 200 F and 1:01.7 100 Fly long course. That’s sub 1:50 and sub 55 if you believe in conversion charts. Clearly she’s fast enough to make the Kenyon 400 medley and 800 free relay much more competitive.

    • #31146
      DonCheadle
      Member

      This has got to be the best combined class Kenyon has ever had. 2:03 LCM? Are you kidding me?

    • #31147
      silentp
      Member

      WOW!, sub 1:50 coming in? 2:03 is insane, i’d take a guy’s recruit D3 who goes that and 1:01, i’d say the same. 1:01.7 converts to a 54 by the way… 54!!!!!!!!!!!!

      I don’t think the Men’s class is up there with the best classes, but this women’s class is downright scary… so combined, perhaps.

    • #31148
      swimkin
      Member

      With those times this gal from Germany should help tip the balance enough for the Ladies bring the National title back home. Her fly times certainly should help counteract Emory’s new fast flyer (Leigh Psaris).

    • #31149
      neswim
      Member

      @silentp wrote:

      WOW!, sub 1:50 coming in? 2:03 is insane, i’d take a guy’s recruit D3 who goes that and 1:01, i’d say the same. 1:01.7 converts to a 54 by the way… 54!!!!!!!!!!!!

      She appears to be that rare recruit who comes in with the potential to win a national championship as a freshman(similar to Emory’s Leigh Psaris). The real strength of Kenyon’s incoming freshman class is the depth…they pick up some very strong middle distance swimmers and a couple of backstrokers…this on top of last year’s strong freshman class augurs well for the next few years.

      Looks like we’ll enjoy another very fast women’s Div III season.

      Re LC to SC conversions…not so easy to convert especially when your looking at fly (or backstroke). That’s a 54 high fly but for a very good female LC swimmer may be “only” a 55…we’ll just have to wait until she starts racing in a couple of weeks against that school down the road.

    • #31150
      silentp
      Member

      You realize that the freshman class of females would go a 7:36 based on their incoming 200 times… 7:33 won last year

    • #31151
      swim5599
      Member

      2:09.7 is blazing for sure in the 200 IM, however 2:03 LCm in the 200 free on the women’s side is just ridiculous. That is just huge for them.

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