Day 4 Scoring Breakdown at 2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships

Day 4 of the 2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships was just as thrilling as the sessions before, with seemingly every school having at least one swimmer lighting their record books on fire.

The scores after Day 4:

Men

  1. Florida – 980
  2. Georgia – 848
  3. Auburn – 760
  4. Tennessee – 687.5
  5. Alabama – 610.5
  6. Missouri – 549
  7. LSU – 420
  8. Texas A&M – 385
  9. South Carolina – 359
  10. Kentucky – 301

Women

  1. Georgia – 1082
  2. Texas A&M – 875
  3. Florida – 730
  4. LSU – 614
  5. Tennessee – 584.5
  6. Auburn – 521
  7. Kentucky – 499
  8. Missouri – 470
  9. Alabama – 403
  10. Arkansas – 320
  11. South Carolina – 308
  12. Vanderbilt – 137

Across tonight’s events for the men, we saw Georgia claim a 1st-place win with Chase Kalisz’s title in the 200 fly and Nic Fink’s 4-in-a-row feat in the 100 breast.  Georgia also earned points with a 3rd place finish in the 100 back to help creep up on the Florida Gators, who had no top finishers tonight.  Alabama certainly made a statement with the men’s 400 medley relay win, raking in a huge 64 points with the victory.

The women’s team scoring is almost to the point of a run-away with just one more day left of competition.  Kentucky was able to swoop in and grab 32 points right off the bat with Christina Bechtel’s 200 fly win, and Kaylin Burchell helped the Alabama cause with her 100 breast title, but Georgia’s depth comes calling with points accumulating throughout C-, B- and A-Finals.

See our full day 1 recap, with links to results, here.

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JB

“Creep up on Florida?” Florida expanded it’s lead tonight from 73 points to 132. And in the 100 back being cited Florida outscored Georgia 91-30. Not sure how that is creeping up on Florida, especially when Florida backstroker places 2nd in front of the 3rd place mentioned.

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