Race Videos, Results & Meet Records From 2021 Texas Orange/White Intrasquad

2021 University of Texas Orange & White Intrasquad Swim Meet (Men)

Final Scores

  1. Orange – 146 points
  2. White – 137 points

The 2021 Texas Orange/White Intrasquad Friday saw the return of some of the biggest stars in the NCAA as well as the collegiate debuts of some of the nation’s top recruits. The entire meet took place Friday evening, a departure from the 2-day structure of the 2020 version. While the meet as a whole was slightly slower in 2021 than it was last year it still showcased a few big swims.

Sophomore Carson Foster, who represented the Orange team on Friday, put up a 1:42.37 in the 200 IM to establish a new Meet Record and win by nearly 2 seconds. Foster’s swim Friday is also the 5th-fastest performance of his career and is less than 1.5 off his lifetime best. Brother Jake Foster, swimming for the White team, placed 2nd in the 200 IM in 1:44.28, just over 2 seconds over his lifetime best. The Foster brothers also placed 1-2 in the 200 IM in the 2020 Orange/White meet, though Carson was a 1:43.73 in 2020 while Jake was a 1:44.50 in 2020.  J. Foster also placed 2nd in the 100 breaststroke in 53.43, nearly a half-second faster than he went at the 2020 Orange/White meet.

C. Foster later won the 500 freestyle in a new personal best time of 4:18.09, nearly 2 seconds ahead of runner-up Alex Zettle (Orange) who placed 2nd in 4:19.67. That marked Foster’s first time under 4:20 and is his first time drop in the 500 since 2018. Zettle was within 7 seconds of his lifetime best in the 500 Friday, though he began the day with a new Meet Record in the 1000 freestyle, stopping the clock in 8:53.43, his second-fastest time in the non-championship event. The previous Meet Record in the 1000 was set by David Johnston in 2020 at 8:55.31. In that same race Zettle posted a time of 8:58.54 for 2nd. On Friday, Johnston posted a 9:08.73 to take 3rd in the 1000, as well as a 4:27.63 in the 500.

Anthony Grimm made his collegiate debut with a win in the 100 backstroke, posting a 47.02 and out-touching Cameron Auchinachie by just two-tenths. Grimm’s effort is only 1.5 seconds off his lifetime best set in 2019 and is the 5th-fastest performance of his career. Grimm later posted a 20.19 in the 50 freestyle, though there seems to have been an error with the timing system during the 50, so that time may not be accurate. We will update the results of the 50 once we receive official results. Grimm was the #4 recruit in the boy’s high school class of 2021.

Sophomore Coby Carrozza swam the 200 free/200 fly double Friday, winning first the 200 free in 1:34.11 and then the 200 fly in 1:46.71. Carrozza’s freestyle is within 1.7 seconds of his lifetime best while his butterfly is just over 3 seconds off his best time.

Senior Daniel Krueger made his return to college swimming Friday with victories in both the 50 and 100 freestyles. Kreuger posted a 19.43 to win the 50 and a 42.43 to win the 100. Both swims are slightly off what Kreuger went at this meet in 2020 but still great for September.

Caspar Corbeau and the Tokyo 2020 airhorn returned to racing in Austin with two wins. First, Corbeau won the 100 breaststroke in 52.60, not quite as fast as he was in 2020 (51.99), though still a good swim to come within 1.2 seconds of his lifetime best. Corbeau also won the 200 breaststroke in 1:53.86, a little more than a second ahead of runner-up Jake Foster (1:54.99).

Tim Connery made his collegiate debut Friday with a 1:35.67 in the 200 freestyle (2nd) and a 1:54.83 in the 200 IM. While Connery’s freestyle time is just over a second from his lifetime best his IM clocks in at 10 seconds off his best time. The event order and pacing of meet could be to blame for this though, and the 50 freestyle was the only event between the 200 free and 200 IM.

Zac Van Zandt won the 100 butterfly in 47.00, leaving 2nd place to Jason Park who finished in 47.83. Park later won the 200 backstroke in 1:45.31, just ahead of Peter Larson (1:45.62).

Video captured by Coleman Hodges.

100 Backstroke

  1. Anthony Grimm (White) – 47.02
  2. Cameron Auchinachie (Orange) – 47.24
  3. Chris O’Connor (White) – 47.83
  4. Ethan Harder (White) – 48.51
  5. Nathan Quarterman (White) – 49.04
  6. Braden Vines (Orange) – 50.02

100 Breaststroke

  1. Caspar Corbeau (Orange) – 52.60
  2. Jake Foster (White) – 53.43
  3. Charlie Scheinfeld (Orange) – 54.60
  4. Andrew Couchon (White) – 54.80
  5. Adam Fusti-Molnar (Orange) – 55.35
  6. Paul DeGrado (Orange) – 56.24
  7. Mark Vujosevic (White) – 56.81

100 Butterfly

  1. Zac Van Zandt (White) – 47.00
  2. Jason Park (Orange) – 47.83
  3. Samuel Artmann (White) – 48.25
  4. Halvor Borgstroem (Orange) – 48.79
  5. Armando Vegas (White) – 49.17
  6. Ben Charles (Orange) – 49.96
  7. Brian Jiang (Orange) – 51.20

1000 Freestyle

  1. Alex Zettle (Orange) – 8:53.43 (Meet Record)
  2. Luke Hobson (White) – 9:01.85
  3. David Johnston (White) – 9:08.73
  4. Ethan Heasley (Orange) – 9:16.73

200 Freestyle

  1. Coby Carrozza (Orange) – 1:34.11
  2. Tim Connery (White) – 1:35.67
  3. Peter Larson (Orange) – 1:35.84
  4. Luke Hobson (White) – 1:40.29
  5. Victor Tremblay (Orange) – 1:41.88
  6. Jackson Huckabay (White) – 1:43.60

50 Freestyle

The timing system malfunctioned here, so the times on the board are not all accurate.

  1. Daniel Krueger (White) – 19.43
  2. Anthony Grimm (White) – 20.19
  3. Zac Van Zandt (White) – 20.57
  4. Mark Vujosevic (White) – 21.04
  5. Cameron Auchinachie (Orange) – 21.09
  6. Brian Jiang (Orange) – 21.44
  7. Trey Jackson (White) – 21.52
  8. Caspar Corbeau (Orange) – 26.06

200 IM

  1. Carson Foster (Orange) – 1:42.37 (Meet Record)
  2. Jake Foster (White) – 1:44.28
  3. Brendan Vines (Orange) – 1:49.26
  4. Halvor Borgstroem (Orange) – 1:49.84
  5. Ben Charles (Orange) – 1:54.77
  6. Tim Connery (White) – 1:54.83

200 Butterfly

  1. Coby Carrozza (Orange) – 1:46.71
  2. Ethan Harder (White) – 1:47.23
  3. Samuel Artmann (White) – 1:48.16
  4. Armando Vegas (White) – 1:49.38
  5. Ethan Heasley (Orange) – 1:52.04

100 Freestyle

  1. Daniel Krueger (White) – 42.43
  2. Cameron Auchinachie (Orange) – 43.80
  3. Zac Van Zandt (White) – 44.66
  4. Victor Tremblay (Orange) – 46.63
  5. Brian Jiang (Orange) – 47.15
  6. Trey Jackson (White) – 47.96

200 Backstroke

  1. Jason Park (Orange) – 1:45.31
  2. Peter Larson (Orange) – 1:45.62
  3. Chris O’Connor (White) – 1:46.38
  4. Nathan Quarterman (White) – 1:47.16
  5. Ethan Harder (White) – 1:58.04

500 Freestyle

  1. Carson Foster (Orange) – 4:18.09
  2. Alex Zettle (Orange) – 4:19.67
  3. Luke Hobson (White) – 4:22.55
  4. David Johnston (White) – 4:27.63
  5. Coby Carrozza (Orange) – 4:38.58
  6. James Gavin (White) – 4:40.14
  7. Jackson Huckabay (White) – not shown

200 Breaststroke

  1. Caspar Corbeau (Orange) – 1:53.86
  2. Jake Foster (White) – 1:54.99
  3. Charlie Scheinfeld (Orange) – 1:59.29
  4. Paul DeGrado (Orange) – 2:00.66
  5. David Johnston (White) – 2:03.44
  6. Armando Vegas (White) – 2:17.44

200 Freestyle Relay

  • White Team ‘A’ – 1:19.15
  • Orange ‘A’ – 1:19.30
  • Orange ‘B’ – 1:22.47
  • White ‘B’ – 1:22.97

 

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ct swim fan
1 month ago

Now they can put the bulkhead back in the right place!

Backstrokebro
1 month ago

No Alvin jiang or drew kibler?

Deepblue
Reply to  Backstrokebro
1 month ago

Or Shaine Casas?🌹

austinpoolboy
Reply to  Backstrokebro
1 month ago

or Willibring? He’s still listed on roster last time I checked

Jay Ryan
1 month ago

Jeez those are some fast intrasquad times.

Enchantedrock
Reply to  Jay Ryan
1 month ago

Rocktober has not yet begun!

Anonymoose
Reply to  Enchantedrock
1 month ago

why are you booing him he’s right

Swimmer
Reply to  Jay Ryan
1 month ago

22 yard pool

Swimmer
Reply to  Jay Ryan
29 days ago

Intrasquad meet = Big 12 Conference meet.

PFA
1 month ago

It sounds like Casper went between 19.6-20.0 in the 50 because it looked like Casper got second.

Willswim
1 month ago

Close meet! Congratulations on the win to whichever team gets to add in Jordan Windle’s diving points!

Horninco
Reply to  Willswim
1 month ago

Texas cheats by using divers!

MIKE IN DALLAS
1 month ago

I’m just amazed that UT now has BOTH Jiang brothers swimming on the team — and they both graduated from the same high school – Cistercian Prep / Irving, TX — both of them doing us proud!

thezwimmer
Reply to  MIKE IN DALLAS
1 month ago

Siblings generally go to the same high school…

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