Condorelli Scratches 100 Fly, Harvard 200 Medley Relay On NCAA Day 3


USC’s Santo Condorelli scratched out of the individual 100 fly as the #28 seed for Friday’s prelims.

Condorelli wasn’t seeded to score, but after a great long course season in a redshirt year last year, it wasn’t out of the question that he’d have a big NCAA swim. But Condorelli has been pretty busy on USC’s relays, and will likely take a big role in the 200 medley relay Friday.

The only relay scratch of the meet so far was Harvard, who scrapped their 200 medley relay, which came into the meet seeded 25th out of 25 teams. Harvard probably couldn’t use star freestyler Dean Farris on that relay anyways, as he’s swam on all of Harvard’s other relays and will swim the 400 relay tomorrow.

Harvard scratched two individuals as well: 200 freestyler Brennan Novak and breaststroker Shane McNamara.

There were no scratches out of the circle-seeded heats, but a fair number of low-ranked scratches. Here’s the full list of event scratches for Friday’s prelims:

400 IM

  • #32 Adam Linker, NC State
  • #33 James Guest, Georgia
  • #37 Moises Loschi, Georgia Tech

100 Fly

  • #28 Santo Condorelli, USC
  • #31 Connor Oslin, Alabama
  • #33 Coleman Stewart, NC State
  • #39 Peter Holoda, Auburn
  • #43 Ryan Dudzinski, Stanford
  • #47 Zane Waddell, Alabama
  • #50 James Yoder, Stanford
  • #55 Catalin Unger, Utah

200 Free

  • #34 Norbert Szabo, Virginia Tech
  • #39 Akaram Mahmoud, South Carolina
  • #40 Kyle Decoursey, Tennessee
  • #41 Carter Griffin, Missouri
  • #43 Victor Goicoechea, Wisconson
  • #46 True Sweetser, Stanford
  • #47 Joseph Long, Ohio State
  • #48 Brennan Novak, Harvard

100 Breast

  • #34 Shane McNamara, Harvard

100 Back


200 Medley Relay

  • #25 Harvard

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No surprise his rib is more broken than Matt Hardy

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