Jack Bauerle on Championship: It was Unexpected (Video)

Produced by Coleman Hodges.

Reported by Jared Anderson.

TEAM SCORES

We’ll update these scores as each event happens.

A big team effort helped Georgia earn its third NCAA title in the last four years. That 200 free relay DQ by Stanford on day 1 turned out to be a backbreaker, costing the team 40 points when they ultimately finished 19 away from the NCAA title.

Cal finished 3rd and an impressive run from Texas A&M brought them to within 50 of the defending champion Golden Bears. Virginia rounded out the top 5, 45 back of the Aggies.

USC’s final-event victory powered them past Indiana into 6th place, with the Hoosiers holding onto 7th over surging Louisville. Further back, NC State and Michigan rounded out the top 10, just nipping Missouri.

Final Team Scores (through 400 free relay):

1. Georgia                           414   2. Stanford                          395
  3. California                        358   4. Texas A&M                         309
  5. Virginia                          264   6. Southern Cali                   244.5
  7. Indiana                           228   8. Louisville                        220
  9. NC State                          155  10. Michigan                          150
 11. Missouri                          139  12. Arizona                           120
 13. Tennessee                         111  14. Ohio St                            84
 15. Texas                              79  16. Minnesota                          70
 17. UCLA                               68  18. UNC                                66
 19. Florida                          63.5  20. Nevada                             56
 21. Wisconsin                          49  22. Kentucky                           40
 23. Purdue                             35  24. Miami University (Ohio)            33
 25. Virginia Tech                      23  25. Penn St                            23
 27. Lsu                                21  28. Alabama                            20
 29. South Carolina                     18  29. Umbc (W)                           18
 31. Arizona St                         16  32. Northwestern University            15
 33. Auburn                             14  34. Harvard                            11
 34. Kansas                             11  34. Air Force (W)                      11
 37. Denver                             10  38. Iowa                                9
 39. University of Nebraska-Lincoln      7  40. Miami (Fl)                          6
 40. Smu                                 6  42. Pittsburgh                          4
 42. University of Hawaii (W)            4  44. Wyoming (W)                         3
 44. Eastern Mich                        3  46. Cincinnati                          2
 47. Florida Gulf                        1  47. Rutgers                             1

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OG SWIMMER

Treat all your athletes with respect and demand their best. Jack and Harvey do this everyday.

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