Mens Swimming

Stanford fifth , at NCAA championships

Date of competition: Friday, March 26, 2010

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NCAA Championships
at Ohio State
Friday, Day one
Team leaders
1, Texas 145
2, California 139
3, Florida 118
4, Auburn 114 1/2
5, Stanford 106
6, Arizona 87
7, Michigan 77
8, Virginia 53
9, Ohio State 45 1/2
10, Kentucky 34
200 free relay
1, California (Adrian, Moore, Daniels, Barnea) 1:15.71
2, Auburn 1:16.01
3, Texas 1:16.23
4, Stanford (Coville, Dunford, Wayne, Allen) 1:16.64
500 free
1, Conor Dwyer (Florida) 4:13.64
2, Jean Basson (Arizona) 4:13.65
3, Clement Lefert (USC) 4:13.77
4, David Mosko (Stanford) 4:13.92
11, Chad La Tourette (Stanford) 4:17.93
200 IM
1, Austin Surhoff (Texas) 1:42.95
2, Shaune Fraser (Florida) 1:42.99
3, Mart Liivamagi (California) 1:43.05
50 free
1, Josh Schneider (Cincinnati) 18.93
2, Nathan Adrian (California) 19.02
3, Adam Brown (Auburn) 19.03
7, David Dunford (Stanford) 19.47
8, Alex Coville (Stanford) 19.51
1-meter diving
1, David Boudia (Purdue) 468.65
2, Terry Horner (Florida State) 432.45
3, Drew Livingston (Texas) 413.10
400 medley relay
1, California (Barnea, Dugonjic, Shields, Adrian) 3:02.83
2, Auburn (Wollach, Klein, McGill, Louw) 3:05.24
3, Stanford (Godsoe, Lovelace, Bollier, Andrews) 3:05.41

Notes: Eugene Godsoe set a school record in the 100 back, leading off the medley relay with a 44.93 . . . David Mosko swam a seaosn best in the 500 free . . . The 400 medley relay team also set a school record . . . Matt Thompson was forced to scratch from the 200 IM and both Bobby Bollier and Rob Andrews were scratched from the 500 free because of a virus contracted just before the meet. Arizona was also adversely affected by the virus.

posted by Rick on Mar 26, 2010 at 6:19 pm

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