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    • #12018

      Any decent meets this weekend? Emory is swimming against Davidson, but that’s really all I’ve heard so far.

    • #31192
      JHU84
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      @screeeeeeeeech wrote:

      Any decent meets this weekend? Emory is swimming against Davidson, but that’s really all I’ve heard so far.

      hopkins at navy

    • #31193
      swimkin
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      The North Coast Conference relays are at Kenyon on Saturday. It should give some indication of team strength and shed some light on some of the new freshman.

    • #31194

      Grove City this weekend is up against some Pennsylvania D2 schools at Clarion University (Clarion Fall Classic). Should be interesting, because I believe some of those teams start their training in Sept.

    • #31195
      silentp
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      MIAA Relay Meet, results are here:

      http://www.jenisonaquatics.org/MIAA/MIAAResults.htm

      A few fast times

    • #31196
      silentp
      Member

      Fast times from the meets i wasn’t at:

      1:56 2fly byPetroff at Emory

      3:13 and 3:34 by the Emory respective relays already

      Psaris 1:52!, 5:00!… WOW

      Courage split 45 in the 4MR, 21.5 flat start 50, 2:01 IM?

      Whitbeck 21.7 in the 50

      3:13 for GCC as well

      1:26.6 200 FR but DQ’d

      Kenyon 1:36 Medley

      Denison 1:26 200 FR with a fast split by Geissenger

    • #31197
      swim5599
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      Espinoza 26.9 50 breast split flat start, pretty decent

    • #31198
      spswimmer
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      UWSP went a 1:26.6 in the FR, with an anchor going 20.55. Gross went a 1:44 200 and 21.34 in the 50 friday night.

    • #31199
      The Treat
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      @spswimmer wrote:

      UWSP went a 1:26.6 in the FR, with an anchor going 20.55. Gross went a 1:44 200 and 21.34 in the 50 friday night.

      ginder was 1:43 in the 200 this past weekend.

    • #31200
      facenorth
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      21.29 from Robert Alexander at DePauw is worth a post too I think.

    • #31201
      N Dynamite
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      @facenorth wrote:

      21.29 from Robert Alexander at DePauw is worth a post too I think.

      Where did that come from? His best last year was a 21.22.

    • #31202
      swim5599
      Member

      Ginder’s 1:43 is the most impressive swim to this point, however Gross also had a pretty big meet. John Higgins was 1:45 high in the 200 in wheaton’s first meet as well

    • #31203
      Chris Knight
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      @swim5599 wrote:

      Ginder’s 1:43 is the most impressive swim to this point

      I was told that Centre’s pool was, shall we say, not the fastest this weekend.

    • #31204
      The Treat
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      @Chris Knight wrote:

      @swim5599 wrote:

      Ginder’s 1:43 is the most impressive swim to this point

      I was told that Centre’s pool was, shall we say, not the fastest this weekend.

      yeah, making it all the more impressive. ginder’s the man. he’s always fast. he’s my pick for the 200 this year.

      very impressive from robert alexander. i dont think he made NCAA’s last year but if that 50 swim shows anything, he could make an impact. obviously the fastest time of the year so far but im not ready to sign the title over to him just yet (which is very much open right now). courage and test are favorites, but it’s anyones for the taking.

    • #31205
      swim5599
      Member

      Yeah I have to agree I think Ginder will probably win the 200 this year also. But what a race that is going to be with Peterson.

    • #31206
      The Treat
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      @swim5599 wrote:

      Yeah I have to agree I think Ginder will probably win the 200 this year also. But what a race that is going to be with Peterson.

      and curtis, guerard, spinelli (did he graduate?). i think that ginder is the front runner, but there are quite a few that could challenge.

    • #31207
      gomez2354
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      we have a freshmen here who went 1:45.2 in the 200 last weekend, how does that rank out at this point?

    • #31208
      N Dynamite
      Member

      Looks like he (Jarvis) had some nice times – 48.71 in the 100, 1:45.52 in the 200, and a 21.83 split in the 200 FR. I was surprised that he didn’t break 5:00 in the 500 though, especially since I thought you mentioned him as being strong at that distance in a previous post. Assuming he has a decent taper he should make the cut in the 200, maybe the 100. That’s a very solid 200 time for right now but you really can’t give a ranking until he makes a B cut. First, most of the guys who have been mentioned were at NCAA’s last year and have a history of getting down to where they need to be. Second, there’s no telling how many guys are around that time now – some lone wolves (like Trunk) and other unknowns. Now that Jarvis is on the radar I’m sure many will keep an eye on him.

    • #31209
      swim5599
      Member

      I think that if you look at all the people capable of winning the 200 Free this year Spinelli is the one that tradionally improves the most each year. If the same is to be said for this year, we may see 1:38 high out of him, and that could be enough. He just swims out of his mind at every nat meet.

    • #31210
      Chris Knight
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      I don’t think 1:38 high will be enough to win.

    • #31211
      The Treat
      Member

      @Chris Knight wrote:

      I don’t think 1:38 high will be enough to win.

      i think the winner will be 1:38.5-7.

    • #31212
      swim5599
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      How many guys are going under 1:40 this year. Peterson, Ginder, Curtis, Courage, Spinelli, and maybe a couple of others. Could be one of the fastest top8’s in history

    • #31213

      Add Geurard from JHU

    • #31214
      The Treat
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      @swim5599 wrote:

      How many guys are going under 1:40 this year. Peterson, Ginder, Curtis, Courage, Spinelli, and maybe a couple of others. Could be one of the fastest top8’s in history

      courage very well could, but he hasnt done it yet and needs to learn how to swim that race better. he has a GREAT stroke for the 200 (very long, efficient), but it just never seems like he puts a great race together.

    • #31215
      swim5599
      Member

      Yeah I agree I think when he went the 1:40 last year, he was out way to hard. I think in order to be in the 1:39 low range you have to be out in a very smooth 48 mid to low, and just really attack the 2nd 100. I use Triebe’s 200 last year, that was really well put together swim, especially the 24.9 in the last 50

    • #31216
      The Treat
      Member

      @swim5599 wrote:

      Yeah I agree I think when he went the 1:40 last year, he was out way to hard. I think in order to be in the 1:39 low range you have to be out in a very smooth 48 mid to low, and just really attack the 2nd 100. I use Triebe’s 200 last year, that was really well put together swim, especially the 24.9 in the last 50

      24.84 😀

    • #31217
      swim5599
      Member

      I knew I was close. Sorry to rob you of the 6 hundreths. Great swim though

    • #31218
      Cali-man
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      @gomez2354 wrote:

      we have a freshmen here who went 1:45.2 in the 200 last weekend, how does that rank out at this point?

      I heard Jarvis quit after the first meet. He hasn’t seen any water time since he did that nice 200, meet wise.

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