Ella Eastin, Seeded 1st in 200 IM and 200 Fly, Scratches Both in Mesa

2017 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES – MESA

After going 2:11.81 in the 200 fly and 2:14.04 in the 200 IM, Ella Eastin has scratched out of both top seeds for tonight’s finals session in Mesa. Haley Anderson also ducked out of the 200 fly A final, moving Mary Smutny and Anna Cheesbrough into the A final. In the 200 IM, 10th seed Katie Ledecky was also a scratch — she’s the top seed in the 800 free, however.

Two would-be A finalists in the women’s 100 breast scratched. Madisyn Cox (1:08.97) and Melanie Margalis (1:10.27) were seeded 5th and 7th, respectively, after prelims, but both have dropped this event. Instead, the two will focus on the 200 IM A final, where Cox is seeded 2nd and Margalis 3rd.

Taylor Abbott was the other top 8 prelims finisher to scratch. He swam a 2:02.65 in the men’s 200 fly, but will focus solely on the men’s 1500 free, where he’s the 2nd seed.

Etiene Medeiros and Kelsi Worrell were scratches from the women’s 100 back C final, while Tim PhillipsPetter Fredriksson and Andrew Porter scratched the men’s 200 IM B final.

Other scratches

  • 200 fly
    • Women: Sydney Carlson (24th), Jessica Camposano (26th)
  • 100 breast
    • Women: Tatum Wade (20th), Donna Depolo (24th)
  • 100 back
    • Women: Callie Dickinson (26th), Isabelle Clark (29th)
    • Men: Jack Dolan (19th), Ryan Hoffer (24th), Josh Sembrano (25th)
  • 200 IM
    • Women: Tatum Wade (11th), Aliena Schmidtke (14th), Andressa Cholodovskis Lima (20th), Kirsten Vose (26th)
    • Men: Miguel De Lara (17th), Mark Jurek (19th), Eric Knowles (21st), Alexander Zettle (36th)

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SUNY Cal

Why, is she sick?

anon

it might be because of easter sunday

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Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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