MIAC Top Times

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    • #12803

      For those who don’t have their bookmarks set, here’s a couple more links to add:

      Men’s Top Times (Relay and Individual)
      http://www2.miac-online.org/sidebar.asp?id=539&path=mswim

      Women’s Top Times (Relay and Individual)
      http://www2.miac-online.org/sidebar.asp?id=538&path=wswim

      I’m not 100% on this, but I believe that they are updated every Thursday with the times from the previous weekend.

    • #40512

      Looks like they updated on Friday, 11/16.

      You can use the links above, but you may have to do a refresh to get them to load.

    • #40513
      openwater
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      The women’s top times are a bit suspect. The top 3 50 Free times suddenly belong to 3 CSB swimmers and are dated on 11/12. They had a meet on 11/10 when they swam well but did not swim as well as the times listed. Nor did they come close to those times at their meet yesterday (11/17). Nor do they have a meet even on their schedule for Monday(?!) the 12th.

      Same story for the 100 Free results.

      What’s going on here? A little early in the season for head games don’t you think?

      @Rustie Gustie wrote:

      For those who don’t have their bookmarks set, here’s a couple more links to add:

      Women’s Top Times (Relay and Individual)
      http://www2.miac-online.org/sidebar.asp?id=538&path=wswim

      I’m not 100% on this, but I believe that they are updated every Thursday with the times from the previous weekend.

    • #40514

      Good eye, openwater. I tried to find the meet results that these times came from with no luck. Any Johnnies/Bennies out there that can tell me where these times were swam?

    • #40515
      lirpa
      Member

      Looking for those bennie times? Check MIAC conference results from last year. Must have been a mistake when they were submitted, hitting the wrong button on team manager or something. Happens quite a bit with these lists and gets fixed for the next time.

    • #40516

      New times as of this afternoon.

      A few notes:

      Olaf is dominating the 50, but they only have Koch in the 100. The rest of the events has GAC in front.

      Olaf owns the back/breast, Gustavus remains strong in the fly.

      GAC is conspicuous by its absence in the 400 IM.

      If Larson for GAC can nail down a solid list on both boards, Gustavus will make up a ton of points in diving over past seasons.

      Olaf hasn’t posted a 200 FR, but things don’t look good for Gustavus to dominate the free relays.

      GAC will need to post much better performances to stay out of third in the Medlies.

    • #40517

      Is there a schedule for releasing these, or is it ad-hoc?

      @Rustie Gustie wrote:

      For those who don’t have their bookmarks set, here’s a couple more links to add:

      Men’s Top Times (Relay and Individual)
      http://www2.miac-online.org/sidebar.asp?id=539&path=mswim

      Women’s Top Times (Relay and Individual)
      http://www2.miac-online.org/sidebar.asp?id=538&path=wswim

      I’m not 100% on this, but I believe that they are updated every Thursday with the times from the previous weekend.

    • #40518

      In the past they have always been updated by the following Thursday for a given weekend’s meets. Depending on how quickly the coaches submit their times, they are changed anywhere from late Monday to early Thursday.

    • #40519

      I need to get access to the top 200 times in each event in order to score out the Mac of the MIAC Fantasy Invitational. Is access to this possible? Can coaches see the top x? Does someone know the admin?

    • #40520

      I really doubt that you can get that level of a report online anywhere. You’re probably going to have to go through all the meet results and compile it by hand.

      You’re only other option, that I can think of, would be to e-mail the assistant to the executive director of MIAC online, Matt Ten-Haken (mtenhaken AT miac-online DOT org), and ask him using your very best influential typing skills to compile and send you a report of the top 200. If you do get something like this, I would be interested in seeing it.

      If you can’t get a hold of anything like this and don’t want to do the work of compiling it yourself, you could alter your scoring method to better fit with the list you’ve got.

    • #40521

      I emailed him. He responded within minutes. Unfortunately, the system he uses only keeps the top 25 times.

      @Rustie Gustie wrote:

      I really doubt that you can get that level of a report online anywhere. You’re probably going to have to go through all the meet results and compile it by hand.

      You’re only other option, that I can think of, would be to e-mail the assistant to the executive director of MIAC online, Matt Ten-Haken (mtenhaken AT miac-online DOT org), and ask him using your very best influential typing skills to compile and send you a report of the top 200. If you do get something like this, I would be interested in seeing it.

      If you can’t get a hold of anything like this and don’t want to do the work of compiling it yourself, you could alter your scoring method to better fit with the list you’ve got.

    • #40522

      One other thing that I thought of that is probably a huge outside shot would be to find out what code Derek is using to compile the top times list on this site. If you could get that code and a hold of some webspace, you could make a MIAC only top times list. Compiling the list wouldn’t take too long if everyone who was involved took a meet or two and entered in the times.

      Like I said, way outside shot here, but I’m trying.

    • #40523

      @Rustie Gustie wrote:

      One other thing that I thought of that is probably a huge outside shot would be to find out what code Derek is using to compile the top times list on this site. If you could get that code and a hold of some webspace, you could make a MIAC only top times list. Compiling the list wouldn’t take too long if everyone who was involved took a meet or two and entered in the times.

      Like I said, way outside shot here, but I’m trying.

      Thanks. It should only take me a few hours. Not a big deal.

    • #40524
      wonderboy33
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      I just watched Marschall go 4:11 in the 400 I.M. (against one other guy who went 4:46) and 1:56 in the 200 I.M. (by himself). The times don’t count as it was a USS Meet but it was impressive for a saturday morning meet with no competition.

    • #40525
      Monti
      Member

      what meet was it?

      I believe Marschall went 4:05 at the Minnesota Grand Prix earlier this season.

    • #40526
      wonderboy33
      Member

      It was an IMX Meet with SEMS and Black Dog. Every swimmer had to swim the 400 I.M., the 200 I.M. and the 100 I.M., in that order. The meet lasted around 1 hour and 30 minutes so they had to swim 3 events in a fairly short amount of time. He had one guy to swim against and that guy didn’t make it to the last 2 events.

    • #40527

      I was just browsing and I came across a meet that Hamlin had against UW River falls and I saw that Tapia went a 1:53 in the 200 fly. In fact that is his best time ever i believe. Good for him. Did Hamlin taper for that meet? Does anyone know?

    • #40528
      Monti
      Member

      @Procrastinator wrote:

      I was just browsing and I came across a meet that Hamlin had against UW River falls and I saw that Tapia went a 1:53 in the 200 fly. In fact that is his best time ever i believe. Good for him. Did Hamlin taper for that meet? Does anyone know?

      Well, considering he just went 52.56 in the 100 last weekend against St. Thomas it appears he is simply faster this year compared to last year. The fly events should have much more parity compared to the other strokes come conference.

    • #40529
      wonderboy33
      Member

      I don’t know what possible reason there would be to taper at this point in the year.

    • #40530
      silentp
      Member

      @wonderboy33 wrote:

      I don’t know what possible reason there would be to taper at this point in the year.

      The only thing I could see would be if he didn’t want to taper for MIACs and now just focus on NCAAs? This would give him more time for the retaper, but I’m with wonderboy on this one.

    • #40531
      Tiger2
      Member

      @silentp wrote:

      @wonderboy33 wrote:

      I don’t know what possible reason there would be to taper at this point in the year.

      The only thing I could see would be if he didn’t want to taper for MIACs and now just focus on NCAAs? This would give him more time for the retaper, but I’m with wonderboy on this one.

      Nobody was suggesting that he was tapering now. The UW River Falls meet that Procrastinator mentioned took place in December.

    • #40532
      wonderboy33
      Member

      Got it.

    • #40533
      silentp
      Member

      @Tiger2 wrote:

      @silentp wrote:

      @wonderboy33 wrote:

      I don’t know what possible reason there would be to taper at this point in the year.

      The only thing I could see would be if he didn’t want to taper for MIACs and now just focus on NCAAs? This would give him more time for the retaper, but I’m with wonderboy on this one.

      Nobody was suggesting that he was tapering now. The UW River Falls meet that Procrastinator mentioned took place in December.

      Ah, my mistake. Thanks for clearing that up.

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