WATCH: 2022 Texas Men Orange & White Intrasquad (All Race Videos)

SAM KENDRICKS MEMORIAL ORANGE & WHITE CLASSIC

SwimSwam took a trip down the road in Austin, Texas to the Texas men’s annual Orange & White intrasquad, which always has fast, suited, in-season times for mid-September. This year did not disappoint, with 2 meet records falling (1000 free, 200 free) and another 2 meet records nearly falling, the winning times each coming within .1 (200 back, 500 free). See event lineup & winning times below:

  • 0:00 Orange & White Introduction
  • 0:26 100 Back (C. Foster, 46.07)
  • 1:20 100 Breast (C. Corbeau, 52.56)
  • 2:20 100 Fly (C. Crane, 46.85)
  • 3:15 1000 Free (D. Johnston, 8:49.13 **MEET RECORD**)
  • 3:41 200 Free (L. Hobson, 1:32.50 **MEET RECORD**)
  • 5:22 50 Free (D. Krueger, 19.54)
  • 5:52 200 IM (C. Foster, 1:42.94)
  • 7:47 200 Fly (C. Crane, 1:45.46)
  • 9:40 100 Free (D. Krueger, 42.78)
  • 10:29 200 Back (C. Foster, 1:41.76)
  • 12:19 500 Free (L. Hobson, 4:16.48)
  • 16:46 200 Breast (C. Corbeau, 1:54.72)
  • 18:49 200 Free Relay (Orange, 1:8.90)

ORANGE & WHITE MEET RECORDS:

100 Back – Ryan Harty, 45.49

100 Breast – Caspar Corbeau, 51.99

100 Fly – Jack Conger, 45.43

1000 Free – David Johnston, 8:49.13

200 Free – Luke Hobson, 1:32.50

50 Free – Joseph Schooling/Daniel Krueger, 19.32

200 IM – Carson Foster, 1:42.37

200 Fly – Joseph Schooling, 1:41.77

100 Free – Daniel Krueger, 41.99

200 Back – Austin Katz, 1:41.68

500 Free – David Johnston, 4:16.45

200 Breast – Caspar Corbeau, 1:53.78

200 Free Relay – 1:17.93

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dscott
9 days ago

Fun to compare intrasquads/initial duals/get out swims from early season activity from different teams around the country. I see Tennessee / Texas / Florida swims posted today.

ASU’s season opening Maroon/Gold intrasquad today was a pentathalon – 5 x 100 (Fly/Back/Breast/Free/IM) with results based on added times. No seeding, athletes in same heat and lane for each discipline, four heats of women and 5 heats of men/Fly over starts resulting in about 13-15 minutes between swims, with additional 10 minute break after breaststroke heats. For a bit of additional spice a few of Bowman’s pro group participated as well (i.e. Kalisz, Litherland) It too was pretty quick.
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Michael Andrew Wilson
10 days ago

2 new guys going 8:53 right behind David Johnston in the 1000 in September bodes well.

PK Doesn't Like His Long Name
Reply to  Michael Andrew Wilson
10 days ago

Just one. The other still had a 50 to go.

FormerTexasLonghorn
10 days ago

Nice lead off leg from Peter Larson. Seems plausible for him to drop the 500 this year and focus on the 50, 100, 200 Free. He could be on all 3 Free relays at NCAAs if his 50 & 100 are faster.

Horninco
Reply to  FormerTexasLonghorn
9 days ago

19.89! Filipovic went 20.1 which is basically his best time, and then 19.5 flying on a relay

1000 free Enyeart 8:53
50 free Filipovic 20.1, Larson 20.16, Crosby 20.5, Chan 20.5 Paulus 20.79

Chan 53.4 100 breast

Thomas
10 days ago

I think it’s incredible with all the talent that has gone through the program that the records are all relatively young

ArtVanDeLegh10
Reply to  Thomas
10 days ago

Three possible reasons for that

1. Overall swimming is faster now than 5, 10, 15, 20 years ago.

2. It wasn’t too long ago that Texas swam very slowly in season which would include this meet.

3. I’m not sure fast suits were used 5+ years ago at this meet.

Erik
10 days ago

Any pro time trials and subsequent footage?!

Coleman Hodges
Reply to  Erik
10 days ago

Negative. Shaine was lamenting that Eddie wouldn’t let him swim exhibitions, even though there were 2 breaks😂 But the positive is that he will be swimming all world cup stops as well as SC Worlds

TexasFan
10 days ago

Hobson and Johnston are like the second coming of Berens and Walters. The duo are on a tear!

SwimGeek
Reply to  TexasFan
9 days ago

I mean, Texas is a 2Free factory. It’s not like the last good 2Free swimmers at Texas were Berens and Walters. How about Townley and Kibler, among others?

PFA
10 days ago

46.07 100 back is a PB for Carson. Previous best was set at OHSAA state.

PK Doesn't Like His Long Name
Reply to  PFA
10 days ago

Seems like he might be swimming himself onto the 400 Medley Relay.

Erik
Reply to  PK Doesn't Like His Long Name
10 days ago

Seems like he might be swimming himself onto the a 400 Medley Relay.

Horninco
Reply to  PK Doesn't Like His Long Name
10 days ago

My thoughts exactly

Texas needs a 44 mid split there in the worst way possible. They will have the fastest 100 breast in the field and I think ZVZ or Crane can dip in the mid 44’s on the fly, Krueger on free will be good enough, but Back is where I’m worried. Hopeful that if Carson can’t pull it off that maybe Grimm can.

bobthebuilderrocks
Reply to  Horninco
10 days ago

A little weird he didn’t swim at the Orange-White meet, but I’m really hoping a 20.5 50 back guy can swim 44 mid after another year of Eddie training.

bobthebuilderrocks
Reply to  Coleman Hodges
10 days ago

Ah okay, glad it’s not anything more serious. Hope he gets better soon.

James Beam
Reply to  Coleman Hodges
10 days ago

hope he gets better! Better now than in March.

FormerTexasLonghorn
Reply to  Coleman Hodges
10 days ago

Where was Zac Van Zant?

Last edited 10 days ago by FormerTexasLonghorn
Austinpoolboy
Reply to  Coleman Hodges
9 days ago

Van Zandt?

Horninco
Reply to  bobthebuilderrocks
10 days ago

Same

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Coleman Hodges

Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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