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    • #11960
      silentp
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      It’s posted:
      Dan Arteaga Milwaukee, Wis. (Whitnall)
      Alex Beyer Seattle, Wash. (Seattle Prep School)
      Dima Galkin St. Louis, Mo. (John Burroughs)
      Brian Kushner Klein, Texas (Klein)

      They also got Perry Bullock as a transfer, as mentioned in another thread. Small class, no clue on how good, i should have time later to check.

    • #30505
      Psimon3
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      Artega is a 53 Flyer/ 22.2 50 Free
      Galkin is 1:00 Breast
      Kushner is 1:42/4:35 200-500
      Beyer is 59.3 Breast / 1:58 IM

    • #30506
      silentp
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      Those are solid, and they did get 1 stud, but is it possible they miss putting a relay into NCAAs? i have to think their 800 FR will get in, (90% probability) but with how fast the relay will be this year, no one other than Denison is a shoe-in.

    • #30507

      Interesting that you say no one is a shoo-in for the 8free relay besides Denison. Emory returns their full relay (5th) and I might be wrong but I think Wash U has 2 guys from theirs and a 142 coming in. I would imagine those two teams are a safe bet to make the meet.

    • #30508
      swim5599
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      Yeah there will not be one team swimming the 800 FR this year, so we have to throw out some other schools that might qualify also, and Wash U is a safe bet

    • #30509

      @screeeeeeeeech wrote:

      I think Wash U has 2 guys from theirs and a 142 coming in. I would imagine those two teams are a safe bet to make the meet.

      Yes…Leckey (So-141 split) and Vimr (Jr-142 split) both back with Kushner (Fr- 142 out of HS) and Dave Stein (Sr-143 on the 800 at Wheaton last yr, Leckey wasn’t on the relay that qualified) as the other 2 guys. Possibility of Perry Bullock stepping up on that relay also, or freshman Alex Beyer (went a 203 scm in practice the other day)

    • #30510
      Djinntsai
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      Let me just say that Arteaga is really flying in his fly (pun intended). He’s going 54’s in season. And one freshman is missing from the list, John Valinshout, and IM/Backer

    • #30511

      54s in season aren’t that stellar when you get down to it. Unless he has a huge drop, that won’t make NCAAs. Also, how’s Perry Bullock doing? I heard he was struggling a little bit early on. Has he gotten going since, because that kid could be fast.

    • #30512
      The Treat
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      @screeeeeeeeech wrote:

      54s in season aren’t that stellar when you get down to it. Unless he has a huge drop, that won’t make NCAAs. Also, how’s Perry Bullock doing? I heard he was struggling a little bit early on. Has he gotten going since, because that kid could be fast.

      i think they meant with respect to his lifetime best. i dont think anyone will argue that 54 is really fast, but his best is 53, so its not too shabby.

      last i saw bullock was 4:11 in the 4 im, 2:12 in 2 breast, 53 in his 1 fly at the Wash U thanksgiving invite. 4:11 is pretty good for the 4 IM.

    • #30513
      Djinntsai
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      Yeah, I meant compared to his best time.

    • #30514
      swim5599
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      That 4:11 from Bullock is pretty darn good. He is going to probably be one of the best transfer pickup at the d 3 level this year, on the guys side. Wash U will swim fast this weekend

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