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Scoring Out the Men’s 2014 Pre-Selection Entry Sheets: Florida and Michigan on Top Again

Late on Monday evening, the 2014 men’s pre-selection entry sheets were sent out, and while these don’t show officially where the cutoff lines will fall in individual races, it’s safe to presume that the top 16 are “locks” for NCAA Championship invites (we’ll do the math on where the number is expected to fall today).

See the pre-selection lists here.

We’ve gone ahead and scored the meet out based on where it would fall if the top 16 seeds fell exactly where they sit right now. While it’s far from a precise measurement, it does give fans a good idea of what their team needs to do, as compared to their seeds, to move up and win a title, a top 10 spot, etc.

One of the biggest limitations to this ranking is the lack of diving. That is being shored up this week, and even then seeds are fairly unreliable in diving, but we’ve denoted those teams that will be expecting a significant impact from their divers at NCAA’s with a (d).

Once again, for the second straight year, Florida and Michigan are seeded as the top two teams by points. Last year, Michigan was #1, and that carried them to an NCAA title. This year, it will be a much tighter battle. Anybody who wants to challenge those two teams is going to have to make some major moves; even Texas, with a potential of four or more scoring divers, will need their swimmers to outdo seed by several spots each in order to contend for the title.

A few rankings people might not have expected coming into the year:

  • Alabama sits 10th. They went big at SEC’s, and while there’s some skepticism about if they’ll be able to carry that taper to NCAA’s, it almost doesn’t matter in a ‘big picture’ sense. That program has turned a corner.
  • NC State comes in with the 3rd-most seeded points. Florida State has the 11th-most and a very good diving program. 2014 ACC Champion Virginia Tech is tied with in-state foes Virginia with 27 seeded points, and both hoping for diving contributions. Interesting twists in the ACC continue. NC State men this year remind you a little of the Tennessee women last year headed into NCAA’s, but without the divers.
  • Stanford is only seeded 17th and to have 43 swimming points. Led by Kristian Ipsen, they’ll cash in huge in diving and have a good chance at moving into the top 10, but that swimming depth just isn’t there like it used to be.
  • Cal, the Pac-12 Champions, are seeded only 4th going into NCAA’s. It would be a safe bet to peg them to out score their 252 seeded points, but can they make up the 140 to catch up to Michigan and Florida? Without diving it will be tough, but they’ve got more wiggle room in their relays, which can close that gap in a hurry if they’re able to leapfrog Michigan or Florida in any of them.
Team Seeded Points
1. Florida 391
2. Michigan 376
3. NC State 259
4. Cal 252
5. Auburn 234 (d)
6. Arizona 230 (d)
7. Georgia 204
8. Texas 165 (d+)
9. USC 157
10. Alabama 140
11. Florida St. 133 (d)
12. Indiana 130 (d+)
13. Tennessee 127 (d)
14. Ohio State 107 (d)
15. Louisville 102
16. Penn State 87
17. Stanford 43 (d+)
18. Wisconsin 39
19. Minnesota 37 (d)
20. Notre Dame 35
21. Texas A&M 32
22. UNLV 30
23. Virginia 27 (d)
24. Virginia Tech 27 (d)
25. Purdue 25 (d)
26. West Virginia 23
27. Brown 16
28. Utah 16 (d)
29. Northwestern 16
30. W. Kentucky 14
31. CSUB 12
32. UNC 12
33. Navy 10
34. Hawaii 9
35. Dartmouth 9
36. Yale 7
37. Penn 6
38. Wyoming 5
39. Arizona St. 5 (d)
40. Missouri 4 (d)
41. Georgia Tech 4
42. Denver 3
43. Harvard 3 (d)
44. South Carolina 2

Comments

  1. PAC12BACKER says:
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    Arizona looks very dangerous to make a run into the top 3. They have a very good chance on winning 4 individual swimming events, 1 diving event, and 2 relays.

    • duckduckgoose says:
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      I’d take Cal and ‘Zona over NC State in a heart beat. If Stanford swimmers don’t move up significantly from their seeds, there will be a lot more sniping especially since Meehan is killing it on the farm.

      • SWIMFAN says:
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        I bet 80% of the swimmers will go slower at NCAA. The top 3-5 swimmers in each event will go faster just because they are THAT GOOD, and don’t need to fully shave and taper to qualify. I agreed that CAL will be faster, but how much faster? I am expecting to see some of their studs to go slightly faster, but not their depth swimmers. The new system is forcing these top teams to fully shaved and tapered majority of their swimmers just to get them invited to the meet.

        Some ‘smaller’ teams like NC State will not be contending to hold their ground at this meet because their top swimmers already dropped massive times and hit their peak for the season. However, I am expecting some explosive relays by the Wolfpack!

        • Peterdavis says:
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          I’ve heard that critique of Cal every year for the past five years heading into NCAAs. Losing Tyler last year sunk the ship, but the main refrain from the Cal cheering section seems to be ever-apropos of how the team performs, as a group, at the big meet: ‘Roll on you Bears.’ They will be rolling, as they’ll have to be, to challenge the paper favorites. I expect they’ll score in the mid 400s, based on my suspiciously optimistic yet historically quite accurate up/down predictions, which I laboriously scratched into my cell wall last night before covering it up with my poster of Rita Hayworth. Will it be enough?

    • Zona Fan says:
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      Where are Woody Joy and Michael Sheppard for Zona? Both are scorers at NCAAs but aren’t entered. That hurts!

      • weirdo says:
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        Not sure about Sheppard, but Joye didn’t swim at Pac 12′s. I said when he transferred from Texas that Woody was a cancer and caught a lot of flack. Guarantee I was right.

  2. ole 99 says:
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    # full_name_computed team_code Best Rank Event Time Tiebreakers
    1 Cordes, Kevin ARIZ 1 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 48:00.00 100.00000%
    2 Kalisz, Chase UGA 1 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:36.89 99.58043%
    3 De Lucca, Joao LOU 1 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:31.65 99.50900%
    4 Whitaker, Kyle MICH 1 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:41.14 99.35733%
    5 Bosch, Dylan MICH 1 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:40.37 99.28265%
    6 Wallace, Dan FLOR 1 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:10.73 99.15048%
    7 Jaeger, Connor MICH 1 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:34.19 98.84350%
    8 Ryan, Shane PSU 1 100 Backstroke SCY Male 7:12.00 98.82561%
    9 Smith, Giles ARIZ 1 100 Butterfly SCY Male 31:12.00 98.77040%
    10 Ress, Eric IND 1 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:38.89 98.67530%
    11 Chierighini, Marcelo AUB 1 100 Freestyle SCY Male 2:24.00 98.31163%
    12 Tandy, Brad ARIZ 1 50 Freestyle SCY Male 12:00.00 98.24468%
    13 Nolan, David STAN 2 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:41.49 99.01468%
    14 Wynalda, Michael MICH 2 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:32.14 98.97981%
    15 Fink, Nicolas UGA 2 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 0:00.00 98.92683%
    16 Rousseau, Sebastien FLOR 2 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:41.07 98.59503%
    17 Frayler, Arthur FLOR 2 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:38.06 98.40785%
    18 Murphy, Ryan CAL 2 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:39.21 98.35702%
    19 Sankovich, Pavel FSU 2 100 Butterfly SCY Male 52:48.00 97.91667%
    20 Deborde, Bradley FLOR 2 50 Freestyle SCY Male 7:12.00 97.82839%
    21 McKee, Anton BAMA 2 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:51.59 97.39224%
    22 Quintero, Cristian USC 3 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:12.56 98.43206%
    23 McCurdy, Christian NCS 3 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:41.72 97.96500%
    24 Lehane, Sean TENN 3 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:39.64 97.93256%
    25 Wilimovsky, Jordan NU 3 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:42.99 97.85841%
    26 Soedel, Nick UTAH 3 100 Freestyle SCY Male 16:48.00 97.11699%
    27 Murray, Paul FSU 3 50 Freestyle SCY Male 57:36.00 97.00630%
    28 Conger, Jack TEX 3 100 Butterfly SCY Male 26:24.00 96.97103%
    29 Malone, Reed USC 4 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:12.66 98.39310%
    30 Friedemann, Mitchell ARIZ 4 100 Backstroke SCY Male 28:48.00 97.97891%
    31 Funk, Richard MICH 4 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 0:00.00 97.97101%
    32 Dyer, Frank ND 4 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.20 97.85408%
    33 D’Arrigo, Mitch FLOR 4 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:43.15 97.84068%
    34 Teduits, Drew WISC 4 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:39.84 97.73638%
    35 Phillips, Tim OSU 4 100 Butterfly SCY Male 40:48.00 96.94975%
    36 Miller, Cody IND 4 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:52.58 96.53580%
    37 Schmuhl, Steve IND 5 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:42.05 98.47134%
    38 Ortiz, Bruno MICH 5 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 4:48.00 97.65023%
    39 Colupaev, Dimitri USC 5 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.46 97.58185%
    40 Gemmell, Andrew UGA 5 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:45.77 97.55128%
    41 Pebley, Jacob CAL 5 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:40.38 97.21060%
    42 Toomey, Derek MINN 5 50 Freestyle SCY Male 12:00.00 96.95538%
    43 Cieslak, Marcin FLOR 5 100 Butterfly SCY Male 9:36.00 96.90722%
    44 Percy, Luke TENN 5 100 Freestyle SCY Male 16:48.00 96.54192%
    45 Solaeche-Gomez, Eduardo FLOR 5 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:52.77 96.37315%
    46 Savoy, Nate PSU 6 100 Backstroke SCY Male 38:24.00 97.78557%
    47 Koski, Matias UGA 6 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:45.91 97.53587%
    48 Disalle, Michael OSU 6 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.51 97.52968%
    49 Meyer, Michael ARIZ 6 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:41.73 97.40676%
    50 Coetzer, Stephen NCS 6 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:40.53 97.06555%
    51 Virva, Dillon UNLV 6 50 Freestyle SCY Male 38:24.00 96.65097%
    52 Williams, David NCS 6 50 Freestyle SCY Male 38:24.00 96.65097%
    53 Cooper, Tripp TEX 6 100 Butterfly SCY Male 31:12.00 96.61054%
    54 Bilis, Simonas NCS 6 100 Freestyle SCY Male 0:00.00 96.47337%
    55 Dias, Lyam PUR 6 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:53.06 96.12595%
    56 Barber, Matt ARIZ 7 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:14.36 97.73549%
    57 Darmody, Kyle AUB 7 100 Backstroke SCY Male 50:24.00 97.67849%
    58 Nielsen, Anders Lie MICH 7 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.52 97.51925%
    59 Colley, Ben UNC 7 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:42.19 97.51443%
    60 Huxhold, Mitchell CSUB 7 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:47.18 97.39624%
    61 Prenot, Josh CAL 7 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:42.20 97.20072%
    62 Miesfeld, Barrett NCS 7 100 Butterfly SCY Male 57:36.00 96.48395%
    63 Stephens, Zach ND 7 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:53.34 95.88848%
    64 Carter, Dylan USC 8 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.61 97.42549%
    65 Glenn, Thomas BROW 8 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:42.35 97.36199%
    66 Ingraham, David UVA 8 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:42.94 96.87808%
    67 Knight, Connor FSU 8 100 Butterfly SCY Male 55:12.00 96.39974%
    68 Bohman, Bryce WVU 9 100 Backstroke SCY Male 21:36.00 97.18893%
    69 McDonald, Connor OSU 9 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:40.74 96.86321%
    70 Goicochea, Victor HAWA 9 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:52.10 96.85910%
    71 Signorin, Connor FLOR 9 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:43.34 96.70458%
    72 Schwingenschlogl, Fabian WKU 9 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 28:48.00 96.53465%
    73 Reynolds, Doug UGA 9 100 Butterfly SCY Male 38:24.00 96.33668%
    74 Messerschmidt, Tyler CAL 9 100 Freestyle SCY Male 33:36.00 96.04147%
    75 Kaeser, Yannick UVA 9 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.29 95.09143%
    76 Zupan, Nejc DART 9 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.29 95.09143%
    77 Abdel Khalik, Hassaan MICH 10 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:15.11 97.44816%
    78 Williams, Trent CAL 10 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.71 97.32152%
    79 Latimer, Morgan VT 10 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:42.58 97.14369%
    80 Darmody, Kip TEX 10 100 Backstroke SCY Male 4:48.00 97.12544%
    81 Schiellerup, Andreas NCS 10 100 Backstroke SCY Male 4:48.00 97.12544%
    82 Trebilcock, Garrett OSU 10 100 Backstroke SCY Male 4:48.00 97.12544%
    83 Hogan, Brian YALE 10 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:53.36 96.72249%
    84 Stewart, Tynan UGA 10 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:40.92 96.69045%
    85 Steel, Kevin ARIZ 10 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 55:12.00 96.42450%
    86 Rairden, Sam TENN 10 100 Butterfly SCY Male 4:48.00 96.21080%
    87 Gkolomeev, Kristian BAMA 10 50 Freestyle SCY Male 31:12.00 96.04784%
    88 Youngquist, Clay TEX 11 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:15.68 97.23091%
    89 Swanson, Chris PENN 11 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:53.75 96.68028%
    90 Patching, Joe AUB 11 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:40.98 96.63300%
    91 Elliott, Matt FLOR 11 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:43.60 96.59213%
    92 Cox, Tony CAL 11 100 Butterfly SCY Male 48:00.00 96.14799%
    93 Squires, Tim WVU 11 50 Freestyle SCY Male 40:48.00 95.60041%
    94 Stubblefield, Seth CAL 11 50 Freestyle SCY Male 40:48.00 95.60041%
    95 Troskot, Kyle TA&M 11 50 Freestyle SCY Male 40:48.00 95.60041%
    96 Hoffer, Luke NAVY 11 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.31 95.07480%
    97 Kalms, Adam WYO 12 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.74 97.29038%
    98 Coci, Alex ASU 12 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:42.97 96.77576%
    99 Grothe, Zane AUB 12 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:54.16 96.63595%
    100 Main, Corey FLOR 12 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:40.99 96.62343%
    101 Papendick, Luke UVA 12 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:40.99 96.62343%
    102 Duderstadt, Michael AUB 12 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 4:48.00 96.25973%
    103 Boffa, Jonathan NCS 12 100 Freestyle SCY Male 24:00.00 95.68075%
    104 Caldwell, Nicholas WISC 13 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:15.81 97.18150%
    105 Hornikel, Bj BAMA 13 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.97 97.05225%
    106 Van Duijn, Nico GTCH 13 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.00 96.74757%
    107 Freeman, Will UGA 13 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:54.22 96.62946%
    108 Hinshaw, Adam CAL 13 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.00 96.41964%
    109 Katis, Chuck CAL 13 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 33:36.00 96.22319%
    110 Van Swol, Kyler MINN 13 100 Butterfly SCY Male 50:24.00 95.71057%
    111 Tierney, Sam UMIZ 13 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.36 95.03323%
    112 Hamilton, Will CAL 14 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:43.36 97.22330%
    113 Duvall, Thomas NAVY 14 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:15.86 97.16251%
    114 Glanda, Justin MICH 14 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:33.98 97.04192%
    115 Dale, Taylor UGA 14 100 Backstroke SCY Male 31:12.00 96.99870%
    116 Mendes, Arthur AUB 14 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.01 96.73818%
    117 Bunch, Dylan UDEN 14 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:54.60 96.58842%
    118 Kamiya, Ryutaro MICH 14 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.11 96.37232%
    119 Dahlia, Thomas LOU 14 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 45:36.00 96.13197%
    120 McHugh, Matt OSU 14 100 Butterfly SCY Male 48:00.00 95.62771%
    121 Disney-May, James AUB 14 50 Freestyle SCY Male 24:00.00 95.45220%
    122 Lewis, Sam TEX 15 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:16.06 97.08662%
    123 Tarczynski, Marcin CAL 15 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:43.70 96.90453%
    124 Williamson, John ND 15 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.09 96.66311%
    125 Higgins, Collin VT 15 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.28 96.34676%
    126 Omana, Carlos FLOR 15 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.30 96.29068%
    127 Murphy, Sean NAVY 15 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 7:12.00 95.87746%
    128 Schafer, Nick WISC 15 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 7:12.00 95.87746%
    129 Weir, Caleb TEX 15 100 Freestyle SCY Male 50:24.00 95.54618%
    130 Licon, Will TEX 15 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.40 95.00000%
    131 Ryan, Sean MICH 16 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:16.13 97.06009%
    132 Dudzinski, Kyle UVA 16 100 Backstroke SCY Male 26:24.00 96.83022%
    133 Bagshaw, Jeremy CAL 16 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:56.00 96.43750%
    134 Wells, James IND 16 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.33 96.29922%
    135 Blanco, Guillermo PUR 16 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.32 96.28210%
    136 Cosgarea, Drew STAN 16 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.32 96.28210%
    137 Wojciechowski, John MICH 16 100 Butterfly SCY Male 0:00.00 95.52432%
    138 Ronda, Eric HARV 16 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.60 94.83421%
    139 Spinazzola, Luca USC 17 100 Backstroke SCY Male 52:48.00 96.70425%
    140 Quinn, Kevin COL 17 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.32 96.44793%
    141 Smith, CJ MINN 17 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:56.18 96.41813%
    142 Murphy, Pat TEX 17 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.35 96.28022%
    143 Porter, Andrew ARIZ 17 100 Butterfly SCY Male 28:48.00 95.48303%
    144 Chastain, Kameron LOU 17 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.68 94.76805%
    145 Ritter, Jake TEX 18 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:16.30 96.99571%
    146 Fleagle, Josh OSU 18 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:34.14 96.87699%
    147 Frank, Simon TA&M 18 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.33 96.27781%
    148 Phillips, Bradley UVA 18 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:58.00 96.22272%
    149 Tarasevich, Grigory LOU 18 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.50 96.13793%
    150 Bishop, Ian NCS 18 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 50:24.00 95.82310%
    151 Brumm, Pete MICH 18 100 Butterfly SCY Male 43:12.00 95.46240%
    152 Paco Pedroni, Tom UNLV 18 100 Freestyle SCY Male 48:00.00 95.45667%
    153 Williamson, Max STAN 19 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.05 96.57857%
    154 dePaula, Paulo HAWA 19 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 16:48.00 95.71456%
    155 Blondell, Caryle LOU 19 100 Freestyle SCY Male 16:48.00 95.41199%
    156 Ellis, Matthew TEX 19 50 Freestyle SCY Male 52:48.00 95.35364%
    157 Davis, Maclin USC 19 100 Butterfly SCY Male 21:36.00 95.23604%
    158 Bray, Addison LOU 19 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.89 94.59483%
    159 Hussein, Mohamed UMBC 20 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.14 96.49510%
    160 Murfee, Jack UVA 20 100 Backstroke SCY Male 12:00.00 96.32829%
    161 Wright, Cary USC 20 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.48 96.29880%
    162 Kiraly, Bence UTAH 20 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 14:58.37 96.18309%
    163 Maly, Jakub MINN 20 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.85 96.05515%
    164 Prono, Renato TENN 20 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 43:12.00 95.60626%
    165 Bolleter, Cory TA&M 20 50 Freestyle SCY Male 7:12.00 95.30444%
    166 Kozlovskij, Igor UMIZ 20 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.95 94.54545%
    167 Umbach, Gray STAN 21 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.15 96.48584%
    168 Clark, Pace UGA 21 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.58 96.20583%
    169 Markham, Jared UGA 21 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.87 96.04660%
    170 Zimmerman, Steven OSU 21 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.66 95.98662%
    171 Daniec, Jon UVA 21 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:00.90 95.91298%
    172 Jakl, David COL 21 100 Butterfly SCY Male 36:00.00 95.21552%
    173 Fleming, Shayne CAL 21 50 Freestyle SCY Male 36:00.00 95.20619%
    174 Murray, John TEX 21 50 Freestyle SCY Male 36:00.00 95.20619%
    175 Powell, Garrett UGA 22 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:17.21 96.65254%
    176 Gianino, Alex UNC 22 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.23 96.41178%
    177 Gutierrez, Long CAL 22 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.64 96.15014%
    178 Griffin, Carter UMIZ 22 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.67 95.97718%
    179 Fierro, Sonny POLY 22 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:00.97 95.90552%
    180 Cobleigh, Hunter CAL 22 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:54.97 94.52901%
    181 Switkowski, Jan VT 23 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:34.26 96.75366%
    182 Mosley, Logan UMIZ 23 100 Backstroke SCY Male 36:00.00 96.12069%
    183 Gercsak, Tamas OSU 23 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:44.98 95.99964%
    184 Glass, Will TEX 23 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.90 95.76055%
    185 Kosic, Andrew GTCH 23 100 Freestyle SCY Male 9:36.00 95.14472%
    186 Kremer, Tom STAN 24 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:34.36 96.65112%
    187 El Kamash, Marwan SCAR 24 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:17.41 96.57744%
    188 Greeff, Frank LSU 24 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.66 96.13158%
    189 Nelson, Ryan WYO 24 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:45.20 95.90586%
    190 Le, Paul MOST 24 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:41.95 95.71359%
    191 Lewis, Sam UNC 24 100 Butterfly SCY Male 19:12.00 95.15400%
    192 Cepulis, Rokas ECU 24 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.30 94.25846%
    193 Rowan, Sam ARIZ 24 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.30 94.25846%
    194 Schweitzer, Paul-marc TA&M 25 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:34.39 96.62040%
    195 Oslin, Connor BAMA 25 100 Backstroke SCY Male 16:48.00 95.97590%
    196 Solis, Eric ARIZ 25 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:45.22 95.89734%
    197 Thomson, Danny STAN 25 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:01.41 95.85871%
    198 Coombs, Jason FSU 25 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 9:36.00 95.49821%
    199 Hoxha, Sidni ODU 25 50 Freestyle SCY Male 50:24.00 95.15714%
    200 Dahl, Soeren NCS 25 100 Butterfly SCY Male 14:24.00 94.99032%
    201 Murphy, Keith TEX 25 100 Freestyle SCY Male 50:24.00 94.98951%
    202 Ankosko, Nick PSU 26 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:17.65 96.48748%
    203 Camp, Parker UVA 26 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.50 96.16268%
    204 Blyzinskyj, Jack FLOR 26 100 Backstroke SCY Male 31:12.00 95.95525%
    205 Owen, Robert VT 26 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:45.24 95.88883%
    206 Munoz, Nick TEX 26 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:02.04 95.79176%
    207 Greene, Aaron LOU 26 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:42.21 95.47011%
    208 Szele, David UNLV 26 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 52:48.00 95.44428%
    209 Black, Connor STAN 26 100 Butterfly SCY Male 28:48.00 94.96991%
    210 Lindau, Henrik TA&M 26 100 Butterfly SCY Male 28:48.00 94.96991%
    211 Allen, Wade UCSB 26 50 Freestyle SCY Male 48:00.00 94.96144%
    212 Knight, Hunter DUKE 26 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.47 94.11968%
    213 Werner, Pawel FLOR 27 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:34.48 96.52837%
    214 Groome, Eegan UMIZ 27 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:17.78 96.43882%
    215 Gimondi, Fabio CAL 27 100 Freestyle SCY Male 48:00.00 94.90105%
    216 Cefalo, Harrison VT 27 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.54 94.06266%
    217 Rogers, Kevin FSU 28 200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:34.52 96.48752%
    218 Curby, Matt FLOR 28 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.64 96.03402%
    219 Machado, Henrique UNLV 28 100 Backstroke SCY Male 14:24.00 95.89336%
    220 Palmer, Hayden BYU 28 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:45.38 95.82927%
    221 Myers, Patrick UNC 28 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:42.32 95.36747%
    222 Shaw, Mason STAN 28 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 4:48.00 95.35452%
    223 Romanov, Pavel BAMA 28 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.59 94.02197%
    224 Hart, Nathan UVA 29 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.81 95.99268%
    225 Kalnins, Uvis MOST 29 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.69 95.98816%
    226 Rhoads, Dustin IOWA 29 100 Backstroke SCY Male 43:12.00 95.85214%
    227 Slater, Tristan TENN 29 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:45.56 95.75279%
    228 Singley, Ted USC 29 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:03.04 95.68568%
    229 Robinson, Cooper TCU 29 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:42.33 95.35815%
    230 Malone, Andrew USC 29 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 16:48.00 95.26494%
    231 Fiala, Brandon VT 30 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.71 95.96982%
    232 Gustafson, Aaron TEX 30 100 Backstroke SCY Male 40:48.00 95.76981%
    233 Flynn, Brandon UKY 30 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:03.42 95.64544%
    234 Kron, Kristian UTAH 30 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:42.41 95.28366%
    235 Ganiel, Imri TEX 30 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 31:12.00 95.24704%
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    236 Bruck, Eric UKY 30 50 Freestyle SCY Male 16:48.00 94.86389%
    237 Coutinho, Pedro LOU 30 100 Butterfly SCY Male 55:12.00 94.84757%
    238 Flach, Michael SCAR 31 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:18.53 96.15905%
    239 Glavich, Dominick UNC 31 200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.92 95.89107%
    240 Stitt, Cameron MICH 31 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:03.51 95.63591%
    241 Taylor, Jake BYU 31 200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:42.42 95.27436%
    242 Bloch, Chase USC 31 100 Butterfly SCY Male 9:36.00 94.82722%
    243 Leon, Tj AUB 31 50 Freestyle SCY Male 45:36.00 94.76655%
    244 Sovero, Andrew ARIZ 31 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.72 93.91635%
    245 Miller, Alex OSU 32 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:18.64 96.11816%
    246 Williams, Rowan OSU 32 500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:18.64 96.11816%
    247 Hancock, Alexander AUB 32 200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.74 95.94233%
    248 Darragh, Mack UMIZ 32 400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:45.78 95.65949%
    249 O’Connor, Daniel BUFF 32 1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:04.66 95.51434%
    250 Lujan-Rivera, Sergio USC 32 100 Breaststroke SCY Male 45:36.00 95.22915%
    251 Young, Aaron LOU 32 100 Butterfly SCY Male 52:48.00 94.76619%
    252 McNamara, Matt MICH 32 200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.75 93.89201%

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    235 by team and qualifying event

    full_name_computed team_code Best Rank Event
    Barber, Matt ARIZ 7 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Cordes, Kevin ARIZ 1 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Friedemann, Mitchell ARIZ 4 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Meyer, Michael ARIZ 6 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Porter, Andrew ARIZ 17 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Rowan, Sam ARIZ 24 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Smith, Giles ARIZ 1 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Solis, Eric ARIZ 25 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Steel, Kevin ARIZ 10 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Tandy, Brad ARIZ 1 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Coci, Alex ASU 12 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Chierighini, Marcelo AUB 1 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Darmody, Kyle AUB 7 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Disney-May, James AUB 14 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Duderstadt, Michael AUB 12 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Grothe, Zane AUB 12 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Mendes, Arthur AUB 14 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Patching, Joe AUB 11 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Gkolomeev, Kristian BAMA 10 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Hornikel, Bj BAMA 13 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    McKee, Anton BAMA 2 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Oslin, Connor BAMA 25 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Romanov, Pavel BAMA 28 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Glenn, Thomas BROW 8 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Palmer, Hayden BYU 28 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Bagshaw, Jeremy CAL 16 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Cobleigh, Hunter CAL 22 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Cox, Tony CAL 11 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Fleming, Shayne CAL 21 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Gimondi, Fabio CAL 27 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Gutierrez, Long CAL 22 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Hamilton, Will CAL 14 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Hinshaw, Adam CAL 13 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Katis, Chuck CAL 13 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Messerschmidt, Tyler CAL 9 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Murphy, Ryan CAL 2 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Pebley, Jacob CAL 5 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Prenot, Josh CAL 7 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Stubblefield, Seth CAL 11 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Tarczynski, Marcin CAL 15 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Williams, Trent CAL 10 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Jakl, David COL 21 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Quinn, Kevin COL 17 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Huxhold, Mitchell CSUB 7 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Zupan, Nejc DART 9 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Knight, Hunter DUKE 26 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Cepulis, Rokas ECU 24 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Blyzinskyj, Jack FLOR 26 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Cieslak, Marcin FLOR 5 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Curby, Matt FLOR 28 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    D’Arrigo, Mitch FLOR 4 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Deborde, Bradley FLOR 2 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Elliott, Matt FLOR 11 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Frayler, Arthur FLOR 2 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Main, Corey FLOR 12 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Omana, Carlos FLOR 15 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Rousseau, Sebastien FLOR 2 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Signorin, Connor FLOR 9 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Solaeche-Gomez, Eduardo FLOR 5 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Wallace, Dan FLOR 1 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Werner, Pawel FLOR 27 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Coombs, Jason FSU 25 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Knight, Connor FSU 8 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Murray, Paul FSU 3 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Rogers, Kevin FSU 28 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Sankovich, Pavel FSU 2 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Kosic, Andrew GTCH 23 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Van Duijn, Nico GTCH 13 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Ronda, Eric HARV 16 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    dePaula, Paulo HAWA 19 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Goicochea, Victor HAWA 9 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Miller, Cody IND 4 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Ress, Eric IND 1 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Schmuhl, Steve IND 5 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Wells, James IND 16 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Rhoads, Dustin IOWA 29 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Blondell, Caryle LOU 19 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Bray, Addison LOU 19 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Chastain, Kameron LOU 17 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Dahlia, Thomas LOU 14 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    De Lucca, Joao LOU 1 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Greene, Aaron LOU 26 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Tarasevich, Grigory LOU 18 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Greeff, Frank LSU 24 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Abdel Khalik, Hassaan MICH 10 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Bosch, Dylan MICH 1 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Brumm, Pete MICH 18 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Funk, Richard MICH 4 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Glanda, Justin MICH 14 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Jaeger, Connor MICH 1 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Kamiya, Ryutaro MICH 14 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Nielsen, Anders Lie MICH 7 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Ortiz, Bruno MICH 5 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Ryan, Sean MICH 16 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Whitaker, Kyle MICH 1 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Wojciechowski, John MICH 16 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Wynalda, Michael MICH 2 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Maly, Jakub MINN 20 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Smith, CJ MINN 17 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Toomey, Derek MINN 5 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Van Swol, Kyler MINN 13 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Kalnins, Uvis MOST 29 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Le, Paul MOST 24 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Duvall, Thomas NAVY 14 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Hoffer, Luke NAVY 11 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Murphy, Sean NAVY 15 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Bilis, Simonas NCS 6 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Bishop, Ian NCS 18 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Boffa, Jonathan NCS 12 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Coetzer, Stephen NCS 6 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Dahl, Soeren NCS 25 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    McCurdy, Christian NCS 3 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Miesfeld, Barrett NCS 7 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Schiellerup, Andreas NCS 10 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Williams, David NCS 6 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Dyer, Frank ND 4 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Stephens, Zach ND 7 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Williamson, John ND 15 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Wilimovsky, Jordan NU 3 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Hoxha, Sidni ODU 25 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Disalle, Michael OSU 6 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Fleagle, Josh OSU 18 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Gercsak, Tamas OSU 23 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    McDonald, Connor OSU 9 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    McHugh, Matt OSU 14 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Phillips, Tim OSU 4 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Trebilcock, Garrett OSU 10 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Zimmerman, Steven OSU 21 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Swanson, Chris PENN 11 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Fierro, Sonny POLY 22 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Ankosko, Nick PSU 26 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Ryan, Shane PSU 1 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Savoy, Nate PSU 6 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Blanco, Guillermo PUR 16 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Dias, Lyam PUR 6 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    El Kamash, Marwan SCAR 24 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Black, Connor STAN 26 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Cosgarea, Drew STAN 16 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Kremer, Tom STAN 24 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Nolan, David STAN 2 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Shaw, Mason STAN 28 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Thomson, Danny STAN 25 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Umbach, Gray STAN 21 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Williamson, Max STAN 19 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Bolleter, Cory TA&M 20 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Frank, Simon TA&M 18 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Lindau, Henrik TA&M 26 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Schweitzer, Paul-marc TA&M 25 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Troskot, Kyle TA&M 11 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Robinson, Cooper TCU 29 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Lehane, Sean TENN 3 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Percy, Luke TENN 5 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Prono, Renato TENN 20 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Rairden, Sam TENN 10 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Slater, Tristan TENN 29 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Conger, Jack TEX 3 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Cooper, Tripp TEX 6 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Darmody, Kip TEX 10 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Ellis, Matthew TEX 19 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Ganiel, Imri TEX 30 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Glass, Will TEX 23 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Gustafson, Aaron TEX 30 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Lewis, Sam TEX 15 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Licon, Will TEX 15 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Munoz, Nick TEX 26 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Murphy, Keith TEX 25 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Murphy, Pat TEX 17 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Murray, John TEX 21 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Ritter, Jake TEX 18 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Weir, Caleb TEX 15 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Youngquist, Clay TEX 11 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Allen, Wade UCSB 26 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Bunch, Dylan UDEN 14 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Clark, Pace UGA 21 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Dale, Taylor UGA 14 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Fink, Nicolas UGA 2 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Freeman, Will UGA 13 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Gemmell, Andrew UGA 5 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Kalisz, Chase UGA 1 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Koski, Matias UGA 6 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Markham, Jared UGA 21 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Powell, Garrett UGA 22 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Reynolds, Doug UGA 9 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Stewart, Tynan UGA 10 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Flynn, Brandon UKY 30 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Hussein, Mohamed UMBC 20 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Griffin, Carter UMIZ 22 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Groome, Eegan UMIZ 27 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Kozlovskij, Igor UMIZ 20 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Mosley, Logan UMIZ 23 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Tierney, Sam UMIZ 13 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Colley, Ben UNC 7 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Gianino, Alex UNC 22 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Lewis, Sam UNC 24 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Myers, Patrick UNC 28 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Machado, Henrique UNLV 28 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Paco Pedroni, Tom UNLV 18 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Szele, David UNLV 26 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Virva, Dillon UNLV 6 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Carter, Dylan USC 8 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Colupaev, Dimitri USC 5 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Davis, Maclin USC 19 100 Butterfly SCY Male
    Malone, Andrew USC 29 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Malone, Reed USC 4 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Quintero, Cristian USC 3 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Singley, Ted USC 29 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Spinazzola, Luca USC 17 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Wright, Cary USC 20 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Kiraly, Bence UTAH 20 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Kron, Kristian UTAH 30 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Soedel, Nick UTAH 3 100 Freestyle SCY Male
    Camp, Parker UVA 26 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Daniec, Jon UVA 21 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Dudzinski, Kyle UVA 16 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Hart, Nathan UVA 29 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Ingraham, David UVA 8 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Kaeser, Yannick UVA 9 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Murfee, Jack UVA 20 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Papendick, Luke UVA 12 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Phillips, Bradley UVA 18 1650 Freestyle SCY Male
    Cefalo, Harrison VT 27 200 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Fiala, Brandon VT 30 200 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Higgins, Collin VT 15 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Latimer, Morgan VT 10 200 Butterfly SCY Male
    Owen, Robert VT 26 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Switkowski, Jan VT 23 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Caldwell, Nicholas WISC 13 500 Freestyle SCY Male
    Schafer, Nick WISC 15 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Teduits, Drew WISC 4 200 Backstroke SCY Male
    Schwingenschlogl, Fabian WKU 9 100 Breaststroke SCY Male
    Bohman, Bryce WVU 9 100 Backstroke SCY Male
    Squires, Tim WVU 11 50 Freestyle SCY Male
    Kalms, Adam WYO 12 200 Freestyle SCY Male
    Nelson, Ryan WYO 24 400 Individual Medley SCY Male
    Hogan, Brian YALE 10 1650 Freestyle SCY Male

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    CAL 16
    TEX 16
    FLOR 14
    MICH 13
    UGA 11
    ARIZ 10
    NCS 9
    USC 9
    UVA 9
    OSU 8
    STAN 8
    AUB 7
    LOU 7
    VT 6
    BAMA 5
    FSU 5
    TA&M 5
    TENN 5
    UMIZ 5
    IND 4
    MINN 4
    UNC 4
    UNLV 4
    NAVY 3
    ND 3
    PSU 3
    UTAH 3
    WISC 3
    COL 2
    GTCH 2
    HAWA 2
    MOST 2
    PUR 2
    WVU 2
    WYO 2
    ASU 1
    BROW 1
    BYU 1
    CSUB 1
    DART 1
    DUKE 1
    ECU 1
    HARV 1
    IOWA 1
    LSU 1
    NU 1
    ODU 1
    PENN 1
    POLY 1
    SCAR 1
    TCU 1
    UCSB 1
    UDEN 1
    UKY 1
    UMBC 1
    WKU 1
    YALE 1

  5. ATX says:
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    Thankfully seeds mean close to nothing

    • Braden Keith Braden Keith says:
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      ATX – intelligent analysis. Well done.

      • ATX says:
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        Thanks for the shout out, Braden. I guess a short, quick reminder is frowned upon these days. Let me take another crack at it and I’ll attempt to provide a more thorough “analysis” this time around.

        I think scoring based upon seeds is a tricky endeavor, particularly because no one knows exactly how rested/shaved/tapered each swimmer was when they went their seed times. For instance, take the ACC Championships as an example. One could fairly accurately surmise that a lot of the swimmers who swam lifetime bests at that meet to secure a spot at NCAAs were more “rested” than, say, Michigan or Cal was (just to pick two out of a hat). Based on that, many “analysts” could accurately say that swimmers from Michigan or Cal have more left in the tank headed to NCAAs than some swimmers from UNC. Then again, after someone like Wynalda splits that fast on an 800 Free Relay, it also wouldn’t be crazy to say he must have been very rested and possibly doesn’t have as much left for NCAAs as a Connor Jaeger does. Therefore, we can postulate all we want over how many points certain schools can score based on their seeds, but the fact of the matter is that it is a guideline at best to “guesstimate” where schools are headed into the meet. There is a reason we swim NCAAs.

        Is that better Braden? I await with bated breath on your seal of approval

        • Morgan Priestley says:
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          I think, considering we never see things play out how they were seeded, Braden wasn’t totally sarcastic there…

        • Adam says:
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          This is way too funny! Love the sarcasm!

        • CSTX says:
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          ATX is like the college swimming equivalent of that guy who shows up on every Michael Andrew thread with this great new point that nobody has ever thought of before!

          “Anybody remember Chas Morton?”

          They must’ve gone to the same elementary school.

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    Event Time
    50 Freestyle SCY Male 19.46
    100 Freestyle SCY Male 42.98
    200 Freestyle SCY Male 1:34.71
    500 Freestyle SCY Male 4:18.31
    1650 Freestyle SCY Male 15:03.42
    100 Backstroke SCY Male 46.57
    200 Backstroke SCY Male 1:42.41
    100 Breaststroke SCY Male 53.21
    200 Breaststroke SCY Male 1:55.69
    100 Butterfly SCY Male 46.56
    200 Butterfly SCY Male 1:43.81
    200 Individual Medley SCY Male 1:44.71
    400 Individual Medley SCY Male 3:45.64

  7. Rafael says:
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    Some seed will probably leap over.. like Chiereguinni is probably the favorite on 50 free and is only seeded as 4.. There may be others who did not gave everything to qualify and can go faster..

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      Honestly, i dont know how good he will be in 50 free, but i think we will see him do a damage in 100free.In the last two years, Chieriguini didnt swim NCAA fully peaked(2012Olimpics,2013WorldsTrials too close to NCAA´s).We will see him at his peak for his last NCAA.I expect him to challenge Vlad 40.76 in 100free.

  8. Hulk Swim says:
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    Ole 99… SMASH

  9. ole 99 says:
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    One last one look at the numbers based on seeding. Number of entries by school in the top 8 and top 16…

    School Top 8 Top 16
    CAL 4 15
    TEX 3 9
    FLOR 14 7
    MICH 16 6
    UGA 7 7
    ARIZ 7 3
    NCS 6 4
    USC 5 1
    UVA 1 4
    OSU 2 3
    STAN 3 0
    AUB 4 7
    LOU 2 1
    VT 0 2
    BAMA 2 2
    FSU 5 2
    TA&M 0 1
    TENN 2 2
    UMIZ 0 1
    IND 5 4
    MINN 2 1
    UNC 1 0
    UNLV 1 0
    NAVY 0 2
    ND 2 2
    PSU 3 1
    UTAH 1 0
    WISC 1 2
    COL 0 0
    GTCH 0 1
    HAWA 0 1
    MOST 0 0
    PUR 2 1
    WVU 0 2
    WYO 0 1
    ASU 0 1
    BROW 1 1
    BYU 0 0
    CSUB 1 0
    DART 0 1
    DUKE 0 0
    ECU 0 0
    HARV 0 1
    IOWA 0 0
    LSU 0 0
    NU 1 0
    ODU 0 0
    PENN 0 1
    POLY 0 0
    SCAR 0 0
    TCU 0 0
    UCSB 0 0
    UDEN 0 1
    UKY 0 0
    UMBC 0 0
    WKU 0 2
    YALE 0 1

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      Forgot to mention, this does not include relays, just individual swims

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        or diving

      • Hulk Swim says:
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        Any way to show 17-24s??? Just to see who’s got guys lurking around scoring territory?

        • ole 99 says:
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          Sure…

          School Top 8 Top 16 Top 27 Total
          CAL 4 15 11 30
          TEX 3 9 8 20
          FLOR 14 7 9 30
          MICH 16 6 3 25
          UGA 7 7 6 20
          ARIZ 7 3 8 18
          NCS 6 4 7 17
          USC 5 1 4 10
          UVA 1 4 6 11
          OSU 2 3 3 8
          STAN 3 0 7 10
          AUB 4 7 1 12
          LOU 2 1 7 10
          VT 0 2 4 6
          BAMA 2 2 4 8
          FSU 5 2 1 8
          TA&M 0 1 4 5
          TENN 2 2 3 7
          UMIZ 0 1 5 6
          IND 5 4 2 11
          MINN 2 1 2 5
          UNC 1 0 3 4
          UNLV 1 0 2 3
          NAVY 0 2 2 4
          ND 2 2 2 6
          PSU 3 1 2 6
          UTAH 1 0 2 3
          WISC 1 2 4 7
          COL 0 0 3 3
          GTCH 0 1 1 2
          HAWA 0 1 2 3
          MOST 0 0 1 1
          PUR 2 1 0 3
          WVU 0 2 2 4
          WYO 0 1 1 2
          ASU 0 1 1 2
          BROW 1 1 0 2
          BYU 0 0 0 0
          CSUB 1 0 1 2
          DART 0 1 0 1
          DUKE 0 0 2 2
          ECU 0 0 1 1
          HARV 0 1 0 1
          IOWA 0 0 0 0
          LSU 0 0 1 1
          NU 1 0 0 1
          ODU 0 0 1 1
          PENN 0 1 0 1
          POLY 0 0 1 1
          SCAR 0 0 1 1
          TCU 0 0 0 0
          UCSB 0 0 1 1
          UDEN 0 1 0 1
          UKY 0 0 0 0
          UMBC 0 0 1 1
          WKU 0 2 0 2
          YALE 0 1 0 1

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            Sorry, you asked for top 24…

            School Top 8 Top 16 Top 24 Total
            CAL 4 15 8 27
            TEX 3 9 6 18
            FLOR 14 7 5 26
            MICH 16 6 2 24
            UGA 7 7 6 20
            ARIZ 7 3 6 16
            NCS 6 4 6 16
            USC 5 1 3 9
            UVA 1 4 3 8
            OSU 2 3 3 8
            STAN 3 0 5 8
            AUB 4 7 1 12
            LOU 2 1 6 9
            VT 0 2 1 3
            BAMA 2 2 2 6
            FSU 5 2 0 7
            TA&M 0 1 2 3
            TENN 2 2 3 7
            UMIZ 0 1 4 5
            IND 5 4 2 11
            MINN 2 1 2 5
            UNC 1 0 3 4
            UNLV 1 0 1 2
            NAVY 0 2 2 4
            ND 2 2 2 6
            PSU 3 1 1 5
            UTAH 1 0 2 3
            WISC 1 2 3 6
            COL 0 0 2 2
            GTCH 0 1 1 2
            HAWA 0 1 2 3
            MOST 0 0 1 1
            PUR 2 1 0 3
            WVU 0 2 1 3
            WYO 0 1 1 2
            ASU 0 1 1 2
            BROW 1 1 0 2
            BYU 0 0 0 0
            CSUB 1 0 1 2
            DART 0 1 0 1
            DUKE 0 0 0 0
            ECU 0 0 0 0
            HARV 0 1 0 1
            IOWA 0 0 0 0
            LSU 0 0 1 1
            NU 1 0 0 1
            ODU 0 0 0 0
            PENN 0 1 0 1
            POLY 0 0 1 1
            SCAR 0 0 1 1
            TCU 0 0 0 0
            UCSB 0 0 0 0
            UDEN 0 1 0 1
            UKY 0 0 0 0
            UMBC 0 0 1 1
            WKU 0 2 0 2
            YALE 0 1 0 1

  10. Paul McCall says:
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    Man, I hope Someone scratches and Bruck makes it in…

  11. James says:
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    Does anyone else just not like the fact that diving gets thrown in with swimming? Aside from being in a pool, the sports have next to nothing in common.

    • Braden Keith Braden Keith says:
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      James – yes. Many people don’t like that fact. The reality is that it’s part of the game.

      Personally, I don’t have a problem with it. I think it’s more entertaining to watch diving during breaks than to stare at warmups, and I also think it adds a new dimension to how coaches build their teams. Sort of like track & field. Throwing the shotput has nothing in common with running the 100 meter dash. But it gives teams more different ways to spend their scholarship money, more decisions to make on how to build their teams, and makes things more interesting from a team perspective. Those are just my opinions.

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        As my college coach, who himself started out as a diver before switching to swimming, used to say, “Having swimming and diving together is like playing a hockey game and having figure skating during the intermission.”

        That said, it is what it is, so no use getting upset by it. Teams with divers tend to like it, those without, not so much.

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          I don’t mind the idea of having the disciplines combined, but the selection process for diving doesn’t necessarily reward the best divers in the country. If 10 of the top 20 50 freestylers are from the SEC or 10 of the top 20 200 flyers are from the Pac 12 all those guys go to the meet. If 10 of the top 20 divers in the country are in Zone B some of them are staying home. My guess is the diving coaches around the country are frustrated by this as well and trying to figure out a better solution than these marathon (and completely different in structure than any other championship meet) Zone diving meets.

          I see the track analogy a little bit, but it breaks down some when you realize that at the championship level (not just in a throw away meet) javelin throwers do pole vault, and triple jumpers do run the 4×400 relay. Nick McCrory isn’t lining up on a medley relay any time soon. Also, the top 16 people on the indoor track rankings for each event will be in New Mexico this weekend for the NCAA meet. There won’t be a shot putter from New Hampshire (or Alabama, or Utah, or any other state) in simply because they compete in a particular region of the country. The better analogy might be cross country to track & field where the sports have separate titles but the scholarship pool for each team is the same. Teams have to decide where they want to focus their efforts. Some teams (ex: Oklahoma State) go all in on a cross/distance national title in the fall at the expense of track & field in the spring. You could still keep the same meet structure, scholarship structure, etc., and award a swimming national title and a diving national title. It would be up to coaches to decide their priority. Of course, most likely it continues to just be the same topic of debate that rises up every championship season. But it never hurts to talk it through.

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            1anda2 – while it’s true that at the college level and at the Olympics, jumpers compete on the track, the example given was shot put. Shot putters never compete on the track.

            There’s probably more divers who swim than shotputters who run. I went to high school with a girl who qualified for the Texas High School State Championship meet in both swimming and diving, and did both at the NCAA Division II level.

            I agree that the qualification process for diving needs to change though. There’s too much “gamesmanship” allowed with the current system. Then again, I also am in the camp that wishes they’d do away with last chance meets.

  12. weirdo says:
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    I think Cal has the most left in the tank. Of Michigan, Cal, and UF, I am pretty sure Michigan and UF was completely shaved. Cal had a good sized group not shaved. Not really a Cal fan. I do also believe, there is a reason they have NCAA’s, so we can see who has the best teams the last weekend in March!

    • Paul McCall says:
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      This is what people said last year too. And Michigan swam lights out.

      And why would Florida, who arguably has the most big guns who need less rest to get into the meet, do that?

      I think Florida, Cal, Michigan, Texas, and Stanford and Arizona all have a lot more in the tank.

    • Derek Mead says:
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      I definitely agree that Cal has the most room to move up, and knowing their recent NCAA history, they should probably be the favorites. With that said, I don’t see Michigan losing, I think they have a few people who rested differently/less than last year for conference (Ortiz, Nielson, Jaeger).

      I think most of the team will swim a little bit faster, and these 3 will drop some big time in Austin. I don’t feel like Florida has what it takes to get it done, but if they can show up and win those few tight races (200 IM) to get some team momentum, watch out. I see it going

      1. Michigan
      2. Cal
      3. Florida
      4. Auburn
      5. Arizona

      I see Auburn having themselves a meet (dominating the sprint free relays) and Texas under performs a bit. No matter what happens this could be one of the best battles between 2 or 3 teams for the title.

      P.S. Whitaker win the 200 IM! Arizona takes down the 400 medley relay, the 3rd relay from the suit era to go down

  13. godivers says:
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    All this analysis not only excludes relays but also diving. The top 8/16′s show CAL/MI/FL clear favorites.

  14. godivers says:
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    For sure some of Michigan’s top swimmers were not tapered at big10′s…

  15. samuel huntington says:
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    WAIT, I have the answers!!! Cal was shaved and tapered for conferences, Michigan was semi-tapered and shaved, Texas was neither, and Florida tapered and shaved the left half of their bodies. Therefore, Auburn will win the NCAA title. this is 100% true.

  16. klorn8d says:
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    i wonder if anyone has ever entered the 500, 100 fly and 200 back at NCAAs like conger, let alone been top 8 worthy in all. Three events that are pretty much unrelated, shows how versatile he is

    • TheTroubleWithX says:
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      Along a similar note, I wonder who has won the greatest number of different individual events at NCAA’s? Has anyone ever won four or five different events over the course of their NCAA career?

      • Dan says:
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        Ryan Lochte got pretty close. He won the 200 IM, 400 IM, and 200 back. Was 2nd in the 100 back as a junior, then as a senior broke the NCAA record leading off a relay. He also finished 8th in the 1,650 and 9th in the 200 fly. Natalie Coughlin jumps out as someone else who could have done it, but Cal’s archives weren’t as easy to search through.

      • Josh says:
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        You could swim up to 5 individual events at NCAAs back then, but over three years (1982, 1983, 1984), Florida’s Tracy Caulkins won the 100/200 fly, 100 breast, 100/200/400 IM at NCAAs. She was also part of 400 MR, 400 FR and 800 FR relays that won NCAA titles during that time.

  17. aswimfan says:
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    I love how this comedic thing is repeated annually.

    Every year, there’s ALWAYS the same claim that in their conference meets, college A was shaved, college B was rested but not shaved, College C was rested but not tapered, etc etc

  18. Wethorn says:
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    You guys are underestimating Texas. They may not win it, but they’ll be in the mix. My full team predictions may come later tonight.

  19. Wethorn says:
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    Here are my team predictions. I’ve been pretty accurate with these over the past 7 years. My methodology is very manual, so the only teams I evaluated are these 8, meaning that I wouldn’t be surprised if some upstarts like NC State or Louisvile move into the last 2 slots.

    1. Florida, 420
    2. Michigan, 384
    3. Cal, 367
    4. Texas, 356
    5. Zona, 315
    6. Auburn, 293
    7. Stanford, 233
    8. USC, 222

    This meet among the top 4 wil be much tighter than last year. Of these teams, Texas has the most upside based on the number of bodies (16 swimmers and 4 divers), and the fact that they likely had the most guys not rested at conference.

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