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    • #11854

      Is Perry Bullock really transferring to Wash U? I know he was looking at Emory for a long time. Big pick up for them if thats true

    • #29080

      I was looking at our roster for next year yesterday and his name is on it. That was what I was going by in my other post. And yes, when he came on a recruiting trip he told us that it was basically between us and Emory, and that he was holding a spot to go back to Kenyon if he decided he wanted to do that.

    • #29081
      Anonymous
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      Where was Bullock before? I saw him swim at Master’s Nationals in May. I think he split a 50.2 in a relay somewhere.

    • #29082
      The Treat
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      @MaroonSwimming wrote:

      Where was Bullock before? I saw him swim at Master’s Nationals in May. I think he split a 50.2 in a relay somewhere.

      he was at kenyon. he trained for a little while but got pretty sick and decided to skip his freshman year. 50.2 in the fly right?

    • #29083
      Anonymous
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      Treat,
      Aren’t you in the real world by now? I mean, you’ve graduated, you got a job, so you don’t need to be posting, right?

      Actually, I meant to sign off permanently some time ago. I am no longer MaroonSwimming: that title is now turned over to Mini-MaroonSwimming, who in reality, is the new Head Honcho of Chicago swimming. I told Vic Stover that my MS title is about to be retired.

      So, in that case, this is MaroonSwimming, signing off. Long live D-III swimming (the sport) and best of success to UAA Swimming (the conference and all of its swimmers and coaches).

      Before I go, however, I will give my All-time, All-UAA 18-man roster (actually, 17 swimmers, 1 diver, and I am open to two more divers). I’d say it was a pretty strong conference, over the years.

      500 Free: Pearson (CMU), Newton (EU), Kinnett (EU), Whitney (JHU), Zimmerman (CMU)
      200 IM: McCarthy (CMU), Halstead (EU)
      50: Johnson (JHU), Steidinger (JHU), Slavik (WU), Treibe (WU)
      1m Dive: Radpour (EU)

      400 IM: McCarthy, Kinnett, Newton
      100 Fly: Johnson, Hake (Emory)
      200 Free: Pearson, Slavik, Triebe (WU), Whitney, Zimmerman, Klug, Saunders
      100 Br: Rodjom (CRU), Arwood (EU), Alshabkhoun (UC), Shimko (EU)
      100 Fly: Johnson, Hake (EU), Popa (EU)
      100 Ba: Halstead, Klug (EU)

      1650: Kinnett (EU), Newton (EU), Whitney, Zimmerman
      200 Ba: Halstead, McCarthy, Klug (EU)
      100 Free: Slavik, Triebe, Steidinger, Saunders (UC)
      200 Br: Rodjom, Shimko (EU), Arwood
      200 Fly: Pearson, Johnson, Popa (EU)
      3m Dive: Radpour

      Pearson, McCarthy, Johnson, Steidinger, Halstead, Slavik, Triebe, Rodjom, Alshabkhoun, Hake, Kinnett, Newton, Saunders, Zimmerman, Shimko, Klug, Popa, Radpour (1/3),

      200 FR: Johnson, Slavik, Triebe, Steidinger
      400 MR: Halstead, Rodjom, Johnson, Triebe
      200 MR: Halstead, Rodjom, Johnson, Steidinger
      800 FR: Whitney, Zimmerman, Triebe, Pearson
      400 FR: Johnson, Slavik, Treibe, Steidinger

      (JHU was in the UAA until 2001[?]. Johnson had the NCAA record in the 100 fly, and was one heck of a sprinter. Steidinger has the 4th or 5th fastest winning time in the 50 in D-III history, and split 19.7 in 2003 at the end of the 200 MR).

      I’m sure I am leaving a few off. And I am sure I will be corrected.

      I did this exercise because I spent 2 weeks at Total Performance Swim Camp with Carlos Vega (Kenyon), who won the 200 fly in 2002. I tried to make up the All-NCAA roster while he made up the All-Kenyon Roster. The only relays that All-NCAA had a chance on winning were the 200 FR (Cox-CMS, Singleton-MUC, Steidinger-JHU and Cole-Denn) and the 400 MR (Latronica-UCSD, Boss-Hope, Johnson-JHU and Cole-Denn).

      Best,

      GCV

    • #29084
      The Treat
      Member

      @MaroonSwimming wrote:

      Treat,
      Aren’t you in the real world by now? I mean, you’ve graduated, you got a job, so you don’t need to be posting, right?

      Actually, I meant to sign off permanently some time ago. I am no longer MaroonSwimming: that title is now turned over to Mini-MaroonSwimming, who in reality, is the new Head Honcho of Chicago swimming. I told Vic Stover that my MS title is about to be retired.

      So, in that case, this is MaroonSwimming, signing off. Long live D-III swimming (the sport) and best of success to UAA Swimming (the conference and all of its swimmers and coaches).

      Before I go, however, I will give my All-time, All-UAA 18-man roster (actually, 17 swimmers, 1 diver, and I am open to two more divers). I’d say it was a pretty strong conference, over the years.

      500 Free: Pearson (CMU), Newton (EU), Kinnett (EU), Whitney (JHU), Zimmerman (CMU)
      200 IM: McCarthy (CMU), Halstead (EU)
      50: Johnson (JHU), Steidinger (JHU), Slavik (WU), Treibe (WU)
      1m Dive: Radpour (EU)

      400 IM: McCarthy, Kinnett, Newton
      100 Fly: Johnson, Hake (Emory)
      200 Free: Pearson, Slavik, Triebe (WU), Whitney, Zimmerman, Klug, Saunders
      100 Br: Rodjom (CRU), Arwood (EU), Alshabkhoun (UC), Shimko (EU)
      100 Fly: Johnson, Hake (EU), Popa (EU)
      100 Ba: Halstead, Klug (EU)

      1650: Kinnett (EU), Newton (EU), Whitney, Zimmerman
      200 Ba: Halstead, McCarthy, Klug (EU)
      100 Free: Slavik, Triebe, Steidinger, Saunders (UC)
      200 Br: Rodjom, Shimko (EU), Arwood
      200 Fly: Pearson, Johnson, Popa (EU)
      3m Dive: Radpour

      Pearson, McCarthy, Johnson, Steidinger, Halstead, Slavik, Triebe, Rodjom, Alshabkhoun, Hake, Kinnett, Newton, Saunders, Zimmerman, Shimko, Klug, Popa, Radpour (1/3),

      200 FR: Johnson, Slavik, Triebe, Steidinger
      400 MR: Halstead, Rodjom, Johnson, Triebe
      200 MR: Halstead, Rodjom, Johnson, Steidinger
      800 FR: Whitney, Zimmerman, Triebe, Pearson
      400 FR: Johnson, Slavik, Treibe, Steidinger

      (JHU was in the UAA until 2001[?]. Johnson had the NCAA record in the 100 fly, and was one heck of a sprinter. Steidinger has the 4th or 5th fastest winning time in the 50 in D-III history, and split 19.7 in 2003 at the end of the 200 MR).

      I’m sure I am leaving a few off. And I am sure I will be corrected.

      I did this exercise because I spent 2 weeks at Total Performance Swim Camp with Carlos Vega (Kenyon), who won the 200 fly in 2002. I tried to make up the All-NCAA roster while he made up the All-Kenyon Roster. The only relays that All-NCAA had a chance on winning were the 200 FR (Cox-CMS, Singleton-MUC, Steidinger-JHU and Cole-Denn) and the 400 MR (Latronica-UCSD, Boss-Hope, Johnson-JHU and Cole-Denn).

      Best,

      GCV

      i enter the real world in approximately 6 days… happy 4th of july to everyone. try not to blow any digits off.

    • #29085

      Yes–handling fireworks whilest intoxicated is not the safest route to travel in life….

    • #29086

      New gossip from the Wash U corner of the World. I just got an e-mail that Allie Boettger will be coming back for her final year of eligibility this year. I don’t know how fast she will be, but it is interesting to note.

      Discuss

    • #29087

      Allie Boettger the breaststroker? Wasn’t she at Michigan last year? I suppose it doesn’t mean much as of now, but she could potentially get back into it and make a difference at NCAAs. Has she been training at all?

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