Mens Swimming

Stanford 3rd , at NCAA Championships

Date of competition: Friday, March 27, 2009

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NCAA Championships
at Texas A&M, College Station
Team leaders (after two days)
1, Texas 348
2, Auburn 342
3, Stanford 298 1-2
4, California 239
5, Arizona 229
6, Florida 225
7, Michigan 189
8, Tennessee 119
9, Virginia 101
10, Texas A&M 87
200 medley relay
1, Auburn (White, Silva, Targett, Louw) 1:22.36
2, California (Barnea, Dugonjic, Moore, Adrian) 1:22.50
3, Stanford (Godsoe, Criste, J. Dunford, Coville) 1:23.14
400 IM
1, Tyler Clary (Michigan) 3:35.98
2, Gal Nevo (Georgia Tech) 3:38.00
3, Bradley Ally (Florida) 3:38.20
13, Josh Aker-Charnin (Stanford) 3:45.16
100 fly
1, Austin Staab (Stanford) 44.18
2, Tyler McGill (Auburn) 44.63
3, Logan Madson (Auburn) 44.99
8, Jason Dunford (Stanford) 45.93
10, Eugene Godsoe (Stanford) 45.99
200 free
1, Shaune Fraser (Florida) 1:31.70
2, Dave Walters (Texas) 1:32.59
3, Ricky Berens (Texas) 1:32.74
14, Jake Allen (Stanford) 1:34.87
100 breast
1, Damir Dugonjic (California) 50.86
2, Adam Klein (Auburn) 51.80
3, John Criste (Stanford) 51.89
4, Paul Kornfeld (Stanford) 52.05
9, Curtis Lovelace (Stanford) 52.50
100 back
1, Kohlton Norys (Auburn) 45.26
2, David Russell (California) 45.30
3, Hill Taylor (Texas) 45.41
5, Eugene Godsoe (Stanford) 45.87
3-meter diving
1, David Boudia (Purdue) 493.10
2, Kelly Marx (Auburn) 454.84
3, Hugh Showe III (Ohio State) 447.25
15, Dwight Dumais (Stanford) 371.50
800 free relay
1, Texas (Walters, Berens, Jostes, Klueh) 6:10.16
2, Arizona (Basson, Nilo-Oliveira, Shapira, Greenshields) 6:11.82
3, Stanford (Staab, Bollier, Allen, Andrews) 6:16.71

posted by Rick on Mar 27, 2009 at 7:55 pm

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