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Mens Swimming

Stanford , Pac-10 Champions

Date of competition: Saturday, March 6, 2010

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Saturday (Final)
Team scores
1, Stanford 897
2, California 829 1/2
3, Arizona 654 1/2
4, USC 521
5, Arizona State 326
1,650 free
1, Chad La Tourette (Stanford) 14:46.70
2, David Mosko (Stanford) 14:57.37
3, Rob Charlesworth (USC) 14:57.39
4, Michael Zoldos (Stanford) 14:59.05
5, Trevor Scheid (Stanford) 15:07.68
6, Scott Korotkin (Stanford) 15:12.37
7, Ben Hinshaw (Cal/Palo Alto) 15:17.62
200 back
1, Eugene Godsoe (Stanford) 1:40.97
2, Matt Thompson (Stanford) 1:42.48
3, Bryan O'Connor (UA) 1:42.58
5, Matthew Swanston (Stanford) 1:43.15
100 free
1, Nathan Adrian (Cal) 42.35
2, Graeme Moore (Cal) 42.72
3, David Dunford (Stanford) 43.03
4, Alex Coville (Stanford) 43.20
5, Aaron Wayne (Stanford) 43.55
8, Jake Allen (Stanford) 43.99
200 breast
1, Carl Mickelson (UA) 1:54.96
2, Curtis Lovelace (Stanford) 1:54.99
2, John Criste (Stanford) 1:54.99
16, Andre Grinalds (Stanford) 2:06.51
200 fly
1, Bobby Bollier (Stanford) 1:41.84
2, Tom Shields (Cal) 1:42.63
3, David Mosko (Stanford) 1:43.16
8, Peter Davis (Cal/Palo Alto) 1:56.19
10, Josh Charnin-Aker (Stanford) 1:46.56
12, Ben Hinshaw (Cal/Palo Alto) 1:47.96
14, Scott Korotkin (Stanford) 1:50.17
400 free relay
1, California (Moore, Daniels, Shields, Adrian) 2:50.59
2, Stanford (Coville, Wayne, Andrews, Dunford) 2:51.80
3, Arizona 2:53.74

posted by Rick on Mar 7, 2010 at 6:27 am

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