So, who punched their ticket?

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    • #12875
      99 Red
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      In the big team bracket, I figured out the following based on last years qualifying times (parens means that they were just a little faster than the qual line) and I did not consider relays:

      Denison (7)
      David Curtis – 500 Free, (100 Free), 200 Free
      Lowell Byers – 100 Fly
      John Geissinger – 100 Free, 200 Free, 50 Free
      Charlie Grodecki – (100 Back)
      Andy Brabson – 400 IM
      Jake Lewing – 400 IM
      Chris Sellon – 400 IM

      Emory (11)
      Keith Diggs – 500 Free, 400 IM, 1650
      Mark Bernstein – 500 Free, 200 Fly, 1650
      Nick Lake – 500 Free, 400 IM, 1650
      Scott Bobo – 200 Br, 200 IM, 100 Br
      Mason White – 200 Br, 100 Br
      Kevin Yamada – (200 Br), 100 Br
      Tom DiMarco – 200 IM
      Harrison Brown – 200 IM, 200 Fly
      Perry Mackenzie – (200 Fly)
      Randall Scarborough – 200 Free
      Bruce Milburn – 1650

      Kenyon (16)
      T Irgens – 200 Bk, 200 Fr, 100 Bk
      J Shanley – 200 Bk, 100 Br, 100 Bk
      K Borland – 500 Free, 1650, 400 IM
      N Smith – (500 Free), 1650
      M Harris – 100 Fly, 200 Fl
      N Carruthers – (100 Fly)
      B Withington – (100 Fly), 100 Free, 200 IM
      J Mitchell – (100 Fly), 100 Free, 100 Bk, 50 Fr
      A Stoyel – 200 Br, 100 Br
      D Lazarus – 200 Br, 100 Br
      A Butler – 1650
      A Rantz – 1650
      K Packer – 200 Fl
      D Schneider – 200 Fl, 400 IM
      C Ohnihg – 100 Br
      M Mpitsos – (100 Bk)

      Hopkins (7)
      J Thomas – 200 Bk, 100 Bk
      B Sershon – (100 Fly)
      M Fedderly – 200 Br, 100 Br
      J Kegelman – 200 Br
      B Test – 100 Fr, 50 Fr
      N Mahoney – 200 IM
      C Kleinguetl – 200 Fl

      The Lords boat is already nearly full. Emory is showing a lot of depth and that their guys can score in more than one event, which they will need with their lack of top sprinters.

    • #41751
      3 6 Mafia
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      @99 Red wrote:

      Emory (11)
      Keith Diggs – 500 Free, 400 IM, 1650
      Mark Bernstein – 500 Free, 200 Fly, 1650
      Nick Lake – 500 Free, 400 IM, 1650
      Scott Bobo – 200 Br, 200 IM, 100 Br
      Mason White – 200 Br, 100 Br
      Kevin Yamada – (200 Br), 100 Br
      Tom DiMarco – 200 IM
      Harrison Brown – 200 IM, 200 Fly
      Perry Mackenzie – (200 Fly)
      Randall Scarborough – 200 Free
      Bruce Milburn – 1650

      The results arent up, but i heard a junior Canadian transfer at Emory swam a 52.1 in the 100 back (at their dual meet). I dont know the name yet, but he definitely was not a dot on the radar until now.

    • #41752
      silentp
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      Emory was on fire this weekend, wow. I thought they swam better than anyone, but looking at that, I guess Kenyon came away showing why they win every year. Not only the most swimmers, but also the most swims by far, which is almost as important, maybe more important, in the scheme of things.

    • #41753
      DonCheadle
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      Counting relays Kalamazoo has 6 going

    • #41754

      Wash U. (6)

      Kevin Leckey 50,100,200
      Alex Beyer 500, 400 IM
      Perry Bullock 200 IM, 400 IM, 200 Fly
      Brian Kushner 200, 500
      Michael Flanagan 100 Fly, 200 Fly
      David Chao Relay Only (A cut 800)

    • #41755

      @iswimalottayards wrote:

      David Chao Relay Only (A cut 800)

      so lets just say he swims the 50/100/200 free– the most stacked events ever, not in just d3 swimming, but swimming in general. hes close to the B-cuts, unshaved/tapered but i dont see him scoring. A team can send a full 18 to a meet, but when they only have half of them score, kinda makes you look the other way. perfect example of wholesome and total conquering team (of 7… i think) – Denison 2007.

      also, an non-Miami Emory swimmer q’d a 100 back with a 52.17.

      http://www.go.emory.edu/Headlines/2007-08/Head_MSwim.html#17

      idk about his citizenship status, but looks like he has been on the team all three years…and this 100 back is out of left field. shaved at a non-shaved meet? kinda foolish.

    • #41756

      @wickedfoolish wrote:

      @iswimalottayards wrote:

      David Chao Relay Only (A cut 800)

      so lets just say he swims the 50/100/200 free– the most stacked events ever, not in just d3 swimming, but swimming in general. hes close to the B-cuts, unshaved/tapered but i dont see him scoring. A team can send a full 18 to a meet, but when they only have half of them score, kinda makes you look the other way. perfect example of wholesome and total conquering team (of 7… i think) – Denison 2007..

      I’m confused…He’s only going as a relay only swimmer at this point, and yes I don’t see him scoring either even if he makes b cuts at Conference.

      Oh and I omitted Alex Beyer’s 200 Free cut. 1:41.7 on the front end of the 8 free relay. He prolly won’t swim it though cause he is in love with the 400 IM, and will prolly score better in that anyway.

    • #41757
      circus69420
      Member
      wickedfoolish wrote:
      iswimalottayards wrote:
      also, an non-Miami Emory swimmer q’d a 100 back with a 52.17.

      I heard this kid was involved in a major car accident up in Montreal over the summer and was in rehab for almost the entire summer with two broken legs. If he’s already hitting 52 low in the 1 back, who knows what he’s gonna throw down at the dance.

    • #41758
      gunning4you
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      @circus69420 wrote:

      also, an non-Miami Emory swimmer q’d a 100 back with a 52.17.

      I heard this kid was involved in a major car accident up in Montreal over the summer and was in rehab for almost the entire summer with two broken legs. If he’s already hitting 52 low in the 1 back, who knows what he’s gonna throw down at the dance.

      I don’t know if anyone can confirm that, but if thats true it’s the most inspirational thing I’ve heard since Pay It Forward.

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