Friday, February 17, 2006

CC Swimming Championships - Friday Finals

The morning swim had a Conference record ... could the evening finals bring more? Franklin & Marshall sophomore Derek Nowak set a Centennial record with a "B" cut time of 4:37.11 in the 500 freestyle in trials. He bettered his old mark set last season by .31 seconds. Could the 50 freestyle records fall? The women's mark has stood for 10 years, while the men's mark has lasted nine. Tonight, we'll have the results from the finals as soon as they are complete so join us here on the blog for all the action. Complete results are available on our Championships website.

25 comments:

Steve Ulrich said...

we're off and running tonight at the pool with a Conference and meet record in the women's 200 free relay ... Franklin & Marshall with a time of 1:37.82 ... also a B cut.

Steve Ulrich said...

F&M is 2-for-2 tonight ... as the men's 200 free relay sets a meet, College and pool record with a 1:24.17 clocking.

problem with the timing system ... so we have a delay in the action. final results to come.

Steve Ulrich said...

Women's 200 Free Relay
1. Franklin & Marshall (Walters, Hertz, Hager, McCabe) 1:37.82 (Conference and meet record); 2. Gettysburg 1:38.70; 3. Swarthmore 1:40.80; 4. Washington 1:41.19; 5. Dickinson 1:42.44; 6. Ursinus 1:45.39; 7. McDaniel 1:48.26; 8. Bryn Mawr 1:50.13.

Men's 200 Free Relay
1. Franklin & Marshall (Czaplicki, Pavlov, Rehders, Perfanov) 1:24.17 (meet record); 2. Gettysburg 1:26.26; 3. Dickinson 1:27.74; 4. Swarthmore 1:27.92; 5. Washington 1:28.65; 6. McDaniel 1:31.15; 7. Ursinus 1:37.22.

Steve Ulrich said...

F&M's Jenna Walters set a Conference and meet record while qualifying for the NCAA Championships with an "A" cut in winning the 500 freestyle in a time of 4:59.30.

Steve Ulrich said...

F&M's Derek Nowak couldn't improve on his Conference record-setting 500 freestyle time from the morning, but his 4:38.08 is good enough for gold. Dickinson's Everett Kimball was second in 4:49.08, while Gettysburg's Michael hughes takes the bronze in 4:49.40.

Steve Ulrich said...

F&M is 3-for-3 on the women's side, as Kelly Landman wins the 200 IM in 2:11.05. Gettysburg;'s Roxy Hernandez takes the silver in 2:12.18, while McDaniel's Cassie Allen is third in 2:13.28.

Steve Ulrich said...

Women's 500 Freestyle
1. Jenna Walters, FM, 4:59.30 (Conference and meet record); 2. Caitlin Reilly, GET, 5:12.27; 3. Kim Ogren, DC, 5:14.79; 4. Megan Morse, DC, 5:17.45; 5. Alyson Heller, GET, 5:17.57; 6. Laura Selway, FM, 5:21.53; 7. Jessica Nonemaker, FM, 5:21.95; 8. Julie Lilly, GET, 5:26.39.

Men's 500 Freestyle
1. Derek Nowak, FM, 4:38.08; 2. Everett Kimball, DC, 4:49.08; 3. Michael Hughes, GET, 4:49.40; 4. Tim Falkner, FM, 4:50.07; 5. Andrew Frampton, SWAT, 4:50.17; 6. Patrick Godfrey, FM, 4:54.76; 7. Peter Levin, GET, 4:56.91; 8. Colin Soper, WASH, 5:00.83.

Steve Ulrich said...

anything you can do, I can do better.

The Diplomat men are now 3-for-3, as Phil Rehders wins the 200 IM in 1:58.07. Gettysburg's Anton White is second in 2:00.31, nudging out Washington's Alex Thomas (2:00.67).

Steve Ulrich said...

four for four ...

F&M's Lisa Hertz captures the gold in the 50 free with a time of 24.83, .01 better than teammate Marlee Hager. Swarthmore's Sarah Cotcamp takes 3rd in 25.05.

Steve Ulrich said...

can you top this? nope, only equal it.

The Diplomats' JJ Czaplicki wins the gold in the 50 free in a time of 21.00. Gettysburg's Derek Claiborne is second in 21.74, while F&M's Kalin Pavlov takes third at 21.82.

Anonymous said...

Let's Go Gettysburg!!!!

Steve Ulrich said...

Women's 200 IM
1. Kelly Landman, FM, 2:11.05; 2. Roxy Hernandez, GET, 2:12.18; 3. Cassie Allen, MCD, 2:13.28; 4. Allison Simons, WASH, 2:13.60; 5. Alison Pettine, GET, 2:13.84; 6. Franny Zhang, SWAT, 2:15.00; 7. Martyna Pospieszalska, SWAT, 2:16.54; 8. Stephanie Davies, GET, 2:17.27.

Men's 200 IM
1. Phil Rehders, FM, 1:58.07; 2. Anton White, GET, 2:00.31; 3. Alex Thomas, WASH, 2:00.67; 4. Matt Bacon, GET, 2:01.23; 5. Chris Reed, MCD, 2:01.87; 6. Andrew Piasecki, URS, 2:02.23; 7. Phil Mercatili, DC, 2:02.56; 8. John Heagy, SWAT, 2:05.88.

Steve Ulrich said...

Women's 50 Freestyle
1. Lisa Hertz, FM, 24.83; 2. Marlee Hager, FM, 24.84; 3. Sarah Cotcamp, SWAT, 25.05; 4. Emilie Youmans, GET, 25.06; 5. Valery Schartel, URS, 25.17; 6. Stacey Foltz, DC, 25.42; 7. Serena Gibney, DC, 25.45; 8. Jennie Lewis, SWAT, 25.57.

Men's 50 Freestyle
1. JJ Czaplicki, FM, 21.00; 2. Derek Claiborne, GET, 21.74; 3. Kalin Pavlov, FM, 21.82; 4. Ben Cooper, DC, 21.93; 5. Brian Pernice, GET, 22.00; 6. Jordan Fisher, FM, 22.01; 7. Val Perfanov, FM, 22.03; 8. Jonathan Augat, SWAT, 22.31

Steve Ulrich said...

Women's 400 Medley Relay goes to ... surprise ... Franklin & Marshall in a time of 4:00.06. Second goes to Gettysburg in 4:02.67, while Swarthmore is third in 4:05.68.

Steve Ulrich said...

the swimming is done for Friday ... the F&M men made it a clean sweep in winning the 400 medley relay in 3:31.23, setting a Conference and meet record. Swarthmore was second in 3:34.18, while Gettysburg finished third in 3:37.67.

Anonymous said...

what are the overall scores?

Anonymous said...

Make Billy Bullet proud Gettysburg!

Anonymous said...

Steve Ulrich is the real winner tonight with his great comments about F&M...GO STEVE!

Anonymous said...

SCORES???

Steve Ulrich said...

sorry folks ... had some end-of-the-night results issues and wireless trouble. Will post final results momentarily

Steve Ulrich said...

Women's 400 Medley Relay
1. Franklin & Marshall (Hager, Kraljic, McCabe, Walters) 4:00.06; 2. Gettysburg 4:02.67; 3. Swarthmore 4:05.68; 4. Dickinson 4:07.51; 5. Washington 4:07.57; 6. McDaniel 4:13.95; 7. Ursinus 4:16.45; 8. Bryn Mawr 4:48.68.

Men's 400 Medley Relay
1. Franklin & Marshall (Rehders, Falkner, Perfanov, Czaplicki) 3:31.23; 2. Swarthmore 3:34.18; 3. Gettysburg 3:37.67; 4. Dickinson 3:40.05; 5. Washington 3:45.64; 6. McDaniel 3:46.97; 7. Ursinus 3:48.50.

Steve Ulrich said...

TEAM SCORES

Women
Franklin & Marshall 226, Gettysburg 222, Swarthmore 160, Dickinson 133, Washington 124, McDaniel 85, Ursinus 77, Bryn Mawr 58.

Men
Franklin & Marshall 270, Gettysburg 212, Swarthmore 152, Dickinson 138, Washington 112, Ursinus 73, McDaniel 71.

Anonymous said...

The pool is fast! Good luck all swimmers.

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