Mens Swimming

Stanford in ninth, NCAA Championships

Date of competition: Thursday, March 27, 2014

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NCAA Championships
at Austin, TX
Team leaders
1, Texas 146
2, California 145
3, Florida 137
4, Michigan 109
5, Georgia 74
6, Arizona 68 1/2
7, Auburn 54
8, USC 51
9, Stanford 46
10, Alabama 40 1/2
200 free relay
1, California (Messerschmidt, Murphy, Cox, Syubbs) 1:15.27
2, Texas 1:15.53
3, Auburn 1:15.92
12, Stanford (Black, Nolan, Stephens, Kremer) 1:18.27
500 free
1, Christian Quintero (USC) 4:10.02
2, Dan Wallace (Florida) 4:11.62
3, Connor Jaeger (Michigan) 4:12.67
17, Drew Cosgarea (Stanford) 4:17.11
19, Danny Thomson (Stanford) 4:17.23
200 IM
1, Marcine Cieslak (Florida) 1:40.58
2, Chase Kalisz (Georgia) 1:41.19
3, David Nolan (Stanford) 1:41.38
16, Tom Kremer (Stanford) 1:43.79
25, Max Williamson (Stanford) 1:44.69
29, Gray Umbach (Stanford) 1:45.00
50 free
1, Kristian Gkolomeev (Alabama) 18.95
1, Brad Tandy (Arizona) 18.95
3, Bradley Deborde (Florida) 18.98
1-meter diving
1, Michael Hixon (Texas) 443.50
2, Kristian Ipsen (Stanford) 436.55
3, Nick McCrory (Duke) 412.15
15, Bradley Christensen (Stanford) 319.20
28, Noah Garcia (Stanford) 295.50
400 medley relay
1, California (Murphy, Katis, Tarczynski, Stubblefield) 3:02.66
2, Florida 3:04.77
3, Texas 3:04.79
18, Stanford (Nolan, Shaw, Black, Kremer) 3:09.66

posted by Rick on Mar 27, 2014 at 8:39 pm

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