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March 5, 2007 at 3:58 pm #12419NescacfanMember
The opening 200 free relay will set the tone for the women’s championships. Who is going to win?
I think Kenyon takes this one. Denison second and Calvin third.
March 5, 2007 at 11:28 pm #36168swim5599Member
I think Kenyon wins it too, they return everyone from last years relay and they could add ertel if they wanted too. No national record but a win. Calvin knocks at the door in second
March 5, 2007 at 11:45 pm #36169My Spoons Too BigMember
I think Kenyon will win it without Ertel. However, if you look at last year, they went faster in prelims than in finals; this, I think, would be the only way they would lose it. UWSP, Emory, Denison stand not a chance.
That record won’t be touched for years. It’s a 23.24 average split. Not a single team can do that with their 2-3-4’s, let alone their lead-off.
I think that relay definitely set the tone for the meet two years ago, when Kenyon had a girl go 25.00 on that relay in finals. Last year, while they didn’t dominate the relays overall, they won both sprint relays handily. I think the more interesting thing will be to observe the times from Denison, Emory, and Calvin, as it’s a strong relay for all of them. If any of them are within half a second, that will be huge.
March 6, 2007 at 10:05 pm #36170swim5599Member
Yeah that record is pretty quick. I saw that record get broken and I thought it was a stellar swim.
March 8, 2007 at 5:35 pm #36171
Kenyon, Calvin, Emory, Denison…no real surprise here and its only prelims, however, Carltons 23.29 lead off leg is a big statement that she’ll be a factor in the 50 and fastest swim of the morning. Weima not far behind.
March 8, 2007 at 5:41 pm #36172Rudy ShingleMember
This was a quick start to the meet and I can’t wait to see what happens tonight. All I know is this will be a great race, and I am pulling for the Knights to pull it off.
March 8, 2007 at 8:57 pm #36173MentalEdgeMember
@NCAA Reults wrote:
8 Williams 1:37.44 1:37.03
1) Collins, Cailin SR 2) Cucolo, Lisa FR
3) Sequeira, Sophia FR 4) McCarthy, Laura SR
24.72 49.07 (24.35)
1:13.84 (24.77) 1:37.03 (23.19)
How about that anchor leg by McCarthy… she took them from 14th place to 8th place in the last 50 yards. And on top of that, they only made top 8 by .01 over Middlebury.
March 9, 2007 at 12:44 am #36174
Kenyon wins!!!! by more than one second over Calvin.
They put Ertel in the relay. Nearly broke the record.
March 9, 2007 at 12:49 am #36175swimkinMember
Wow Carlton was smoking 22.72 split! So I guess Ertel is not going to be swimming the 800 free relay then.
March 9, 2007 at 12:50 am #36176
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