The Denver men had 26 men on their 2020-21 roster at the time of the COVID-19 violations, and they finished the season last week with just 16.
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Denver ended up finishing in 28th overall based solely on points scored by Corea. Corea was able to create 33 points for her team which put them into the top 30 for the overall rankings.
One of the most impressive aspects of the time is that it ranks her as the seventh best performer all-time in the 100 fly. Elaine Breeden and Beryl Gastaldello were ranked seventh prior to Corea’s swim with 50.87s.
Denver’s flyer threw down the second fastest split out of all the swimmers during prelims. Sam Corea rocked a 50.51 100 fly split to help her team put up a 3:34.74 in the 400 medley relay.
Iowa and Notre Dame came down to the wire in the men’s half of the Hawkeye Invitational. A fantastic 400 free relay propelled the Hawkeyes to a half point victory over the Fighting Irish.
Sam Corea continues to have a good meet for the Denver Pioneers. She will be the top seed in the women’s 200 backstroke in tonight’s finals session.
Grant Betulius shined for Iowa at the Hawkeye Invitational. The senior posted the number two time in the nation in the 100 backstroke with a 45.60. Betulius is behind only Ryan Murphy, who posted a 45.55 at the Georgia Invite.
Iowa had another strong performance from it’s sprint group, qualifying six for the men’s 100 fly A final at day two of the Hawkeye Invite.
Dylan Bunch won the 500 freestyle for Denver, but the Hawkeye men still lead the Hawkeye Invite through day one. The Denver women lead on the women’s side.
Zachary Stephens of Notre Dame ran away with the 200 IM in prelims on day one of the Hawkeye Invite. Stephens swam a 1:44.26 to take the top seed for Friday’s finals.
Denver’s Dylan Bunch and Sam Corea sweep the Summit League swimmer of the year awards while IUPUI’s Cody Watts and South Dakota’s Greysen Hertting earn the diver of the year awards.
University of Denver men’s and women’s teams lead after Day One of the Summit League championship meet in Indianapolis.
South Dakota State’s Wil Hogue and Denver’s Johanna Roas were named The Summit League’s Men’s and Women’s Swimmers of the Week for their performances Oct. 29-Nov.4.
South Dakota State’s Connor Florand and Denver’s Cat Badillo were named the Men’s and Women’s Divers of the Week for their performances Oct. 29-Nov. 4.