Women’s Day Three Finals

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    • #12445
      neswim
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      Second heat of 1650 is off….Arad is one to watch. Hasn’t swum many 1650s so is swimming…this is a relatively weak field at the top compared to last year so she could win it this afternoon. I do think she’ll go under 17:20.

    • #36476
      neswim
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      Danielle Arad….17:12…..that should be good enough for top five…possible to three.

    • #36477
      neswim
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      Yep….Kenyon 1, 2 and 5 in the mile!!!!

    • #36478
      neswim
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      Website does not have updated results….willl post here.. the 100 free is done and will giet places….

    • #36479
      swimkin
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      What happened to the 100 free finals?

    • #36480
      neswim
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      Its not up to date….through 200 breast but the point totals don’t make sense through Event 17…..question is whether where is Denison in relation to Emory? Anyway score this manually?

    • #36481
      neswim
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      Well the first places are set….Kenyon, Amherst, Emory, Denison, Calvin…now the only thing to swim for his pride.

      NESCAC….can Amherst take Kenyon? I think they might slip to third…what about it?

    • #36482
      neswim
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      Swimmer of the meet is::::Sasser

      Coach of the meet is…Nick Nichols of Amherst

      Great performance by both the swimmer and coach

      Nick is doing a terrific job and glad to see the recognition come his way.

      Sorry I didn’t get the diver of the meet.

    • #36483

      Interesting that they wouldn’t spread the wealth and give it to someone else (he won last year). Calvin did have the help of its diver(s) to get into 4th place, but three national records for Amherst isn’t bad at all. Also, four of their girls made the big heat at one point or another (Sasser, Stern 3X, Pettersen 2X, Ramsey once).

      This was an incredibly fast women’s meet. Watch those cuts plunge dramatically next season.

    • #36484
      Nescacfan
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      @My Spoon’s Too Big! wrote:

      Interesting that they wouldn’t spread the wealth and give it to someone else (he won last year). Calvin did have the help of its diver(s) to get into 4th place, but three national records for Amherst isn’t bad at all. Also, four of their girls made the big heat at one point or another (Sasser, Stern 3X, Pettersen 2X, Ramsey once).

      This was an incredibly fast women’s meet. Watch those cuts plunge dramatically next season.

      I think that Nichols was the right choice. The psyche sheet predicted the following scores without diving[actual scores]
      Kenyon 536 [498]
      Denison 333 [239]
      Emory 286 [261, relay DQ realy hurt]
      Calvin 260 [251 but about 40 points in diving]
      Amherst 232 [290]

      Amherst’s 10 swimmers exhibited the biggest improvement of the top 5 teams. It wasn’t Sasser who improved upon her seed times; it was everyone else.

    • #36485
      ajp
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      I don’t know why the scores aren’t posted anywhere, but those scores are incorrect. I threw away my sheet, but I know that Emory was 296, Calvin was 284, and Denison was around 272.

      Amherst cracked 300. It seems like all the posted scores aren’t including points from the 400 free relay.

    • #36486

      The final team standings can be seen here:
      http://www.ncaasports.com/swimming/womens/recaps/d3_team/2007

      Amherst scored 320 points.

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