Saturday, February 17, 2007

Saturday Swim Finals

The evening finals are underway here at F&M. Results will be posted as soon as we can.

92 comments:

Anonymous said...

HI,
trying to watch the live video and picture is breaking up...can you do anything to fix it.

Steve Ulrich said...

200 Medley Relay (W)
1. Swarthmore 1:51.51; 2. Franklin & Marshall 1:51.65; 3. Gettysburg 1:51.86; 4. Washington 1:52.45; 5. Dickinson 1:54.80; 6. Ursinus 1:59.17; 7. McDaniel 2:00.01; 8. Bryn Mawr 2:03.18.

200 Medley Relay (M)
1. Swarthmore 1:35.88; 2. Franklin & Marshall 1:36.40; 3. Washington 1:38.29; 4. Gettysburg 1:39.36; 5. Dickinson 1:39.78; 6. McDaniel 1:43.54; 7. Ursinus 1:44.30.

Anonymous said...

what's going on at the meet?

Anonymous said...

MAKE IT A GARNET NIGHT, GO SWARTHMORE!!!

Anonymous said...

what happened to the live feed?

Anonymous said...

Please stop moving the camera, everytime you do the picture breaks up.

Thanks for doing this.

Anonymous said...

Thank you from those of us who just can't be there to see our kids swim! This is fabulous.

Steve Ulrich said...

400 Individual Medley (W)
1. Kelly Landman, FM, 4:39.79; 2. Ally Simons, WC, 4:48.65; 3. Rachel Army, FM, 4:50.88; 4. Allison Pettine, GET, 4:53.22; 5. Lauren Letko, DC, 4:54.40; 6. Maggie Slezak, GET, 4:55.61; 7. Emily Steiner, GET, 5:00.27; 8. Megan Rhoads, GET, 5:00.57

400 Individual Medley (M)
1. Derek Nowak, FM, 4:13.32; 2. Stephen Gomez, MCD, 4:17.57; 3. Stephen Shymon, SWA, 4:18.63; 4. Rob McKeon, SWA, 4:24.28; 5. Phil Mercatili, DC, 4:24.61; 6. Matt Bacon, GET, 4:27.40; 7. Peter Levin, GET, 4:28.89; 8. Scott Cammarata, MCD, 4:30.26

Anonymous said...

what are the scores?

Anonymous said...

will you be posting the consol results?

Anonymous said...

where is lindsay mantone? is she still swimming?

Anonymous said...

Swarthmore men set school record in 200 medley relay - taking down old time of 1:37.34 set 1996.

Anonymous said...

School record for Anne Miller from Swarthmore in the 100 Butterfly.

Go Garnet!

Anonymous said...

has anyone else completely lost the video and audio?

Anonymous said...

Yes

Anonymous said...

They say they're working on it.

Anonymous said...

what is going on???

Anonymous said...

I have completely lost the video and audio! I was trying to watch the mens 100 Fly all the way from Colorado!!!!

Anonymous said...

We are in CA, can you please update here, while you repair the live feed. THX.

Anonymous said...

We are in FL, would like to know as well

Steve Ulrich said...

we appear to be having server issues. The camera sends just fine ... I can't get Quick Time to show anything right in front of us. My apologies. We'll keep working and try to update you as best we can.

Anonymous said...

any other results?

Anonymous said...

Do you have a link to the timing system, so that you can show lane assignments and splits over another feed or here?

Anonymous said...

um lindsay mantone graduated in 2004, very random comment!

Steve Ulrich said...

100 Butterfly (W)
1. Anne Miller, SWA, 58.21; 2. Brittany McCabe, FM, 58.70; 3. Sarah Andryauskas, GET, 58.73; 4. Kathy Gerhart, WASH, 59.05; 5. Casey Osborn, SWA, 59.25; 6. Jennie Lewis, SWA, 59.60; 7. Jennie Payne, FM, 59.98; 8. Allie Jordan, SWA, 1:00.66.

100 Butterfly (M)
1. Val Perfanov, FM, 52.13; 2. Andrew Turkewitz, FM, 52.41; 3. Brian Roth, SWA, 52.87; 4. Dylan Pollock, WASH, 53.29; 5. Derek Claiborne, GET, 53.58; 6. Rob Franciscovich, DC, 53.92; 7. Justin Morgan, WASH, 53.98; 8. David Gibbons, GET, 54.55.

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Even event and score updates would help. CO

Aunt Nancy said...

Wow! How about those SWAT women butterflyers!! You go, girls!

Anonymous said...

Since we've no longer got audio or video...if you could post 9-16 those of us scoring at home here would appreciate it greatly...Thanks!

Steve Ulrich said...

folks ... we are going to go on a "tape-delay" if you will. The problem appears to be with our server ... so we will record the rest of the evening to our hard drive and transfer to another server for you to download later this evening. In the meantime, we will do our best to update you on event times and team scores.

thanks for your understanding.

Steve Ulrich

Anonymous said...

who's asking about mantone?

Anonymous said...

see comment at 7:37

Anonymous said...

Start tapping, after that picture was worth a thousand words, please type faster...Thanks.

Steve Ulrich said...

200 Freestyle (W)
1. Jenna Walters, FM, 1:55.46; 2. Megan Morse, WASH, 1:56.62; 3. Elizabeth Schroll, DC, 1:57.79; 4. Caitlin Reilly, GET, 1:58.21; 5. Emily Bohdan, GET, 1:59.12; 6. Julia Wrobel, SWA, 1:59.25; 7. Alex Newman, GET, 1:59.85; 8. Katie Wright, GET, 2:01.12

200 Freestyle (M)
1. Everett Kimball, DC, 1:43.89; 2. Phil Rehders, FM, 1:45.30; 3. Tim Falkner, FM, 1:46.05; 4. Michael Ahn, SWAT, 1:46.35; 5. Colin Soper, WASH, 1:46.37; 6. Peter Fishler, FM, 1:47.13; 7. Jason Horwit, SWAT, 1:47.53; 8. Andrew Frampton, SWAT, 1:49.09.

Steve Ulrich said...

Team Scoring through 200 freestyle

Women
Gettysburg 381, F&M 357, Swarthmore 329, Washington 248, Dickinson 239, Ursinus 109, McDaniel 101, Bryn Mawr 93.

Men
F&M 421, Swarthmore 380, Washington 242, Gettysburg 242, Dickinson 240, McDaniel 140, Ursinus 90.

Steve Ulrich said...

100 Breaststroke (W)
1. Cali Nelson, GET, 1:09.40; 2. Rachel Army, FM, 1:09.84; 3. Janice Yeo, SWA, 1:10.38; 4. Jordan McCord, DC, 1:10.61; 5. Michele Hom, SWA, 1:10.62; 6. Stelanie Mpazicos, GET, 1:11.64; 7. Tara Studley, DC, 1:12.69; 8. Megan Rhoads, GET, 1:14.62.

100 Breaststroke (M)
1. Andrew Koczo, SWA, 58.71; 2. Chris Reed, MCD, 58.92; 3. Tom Grabiak, FM, 59.49; 4. Andrew Piasecki, URS, 1:01.15; 5. Alex Thomas, WASH, 1:01.23; 6. Andrew Pickell, GET, 1:01.24; 7. Dan Kritzer, FM, 1:01.44; 8. Audun Lier, FM, 1:01.79.

Anonymous said...

did mantone swim for swat?

Anonymous said...

This is such a disappointing eve. Couldn't make it up to F&M this year but thought it would be ok because we could watch it on-line and now this. It just isn't the same reading the scores.

Anonymous said...

No, she didn't. She swam for Gettysburg.

Anonymous said...

I would just like to say thank you so much to Steve Ulrich and his crew for all their hard work in putting this together. It's not his fault there are technical difficulties and it is amazing that we have this opportunity and service in the first place. We really appreciate it.

P.S. Go SWAT!!!

Anonymous said...

are you sure?

Steve Ulrich said...

entering the 20-minute break ... we'll have backstroke times for you momentarily

Anonymous said...

GO DIPS

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all your efforts in spite of tech difficulties

maila said...

i second the 8:31 post. anything i can watch is better than missing it altogether.

keep it up, garnet. i'm so proud of you.

Anonymous said...

can you please tape tomorrow night's seesion, too? Even if it's live as well, I think my "live" view, along with many others, is rather poor. I think it would be a lot clearer if we could download the video and watch it later. If i's too big, perhaps it would have to be split into events...

Anonymous said...

p.s. FIGHT ON DIPS!!!!!

Anonymous said...

what events did Lindsay Mantone swim?

Anonymous said...

enough with mantone......what about gordon "slim" chalmers?

Anonymous said...

100yd Breaststroke, 200yd Breaststroke, 200yd Individual Medley, 400yd Individual Medley

Stephen Pasquale said...

I'll third the 8:31 comment. Something is certainly better than nothing! Thanks alot Steve for doing all of this. Hope you get those difficulties worked out for tomorrow night! Go DIPS!

Anonymous said...

See the Gettysburg website. Seriously all of this is a google search away.

http://www.gettysburgswimming.com/?page=roster&sex=female&gradyear=alum

Steve Ulrich said...

100 Backstroke (W)
1. Brittany McCabe, FM, 59.34; 2. Serena Gibney, DC, 1:00.41; 3. Emilie Youmans, GET, 1:00.57; 4. Demery Close, GET, 1:00.91; 5. Liz Shoemaker, WASH, 1:01.25; 6. Allie Jordan, SWA, 1:01.56; 7. Karen Younkins, DC, 1:02.50; 8. Katy Cronin, GET, 1:02.95.

100 Backstroke (M)
1. Matt Jaffee, FM, 53.58; 2. Douglas Gilchrist-Scott, SWA, 54.12; 3. Matt Young, FM, 54.18; 4. Brian Pernice, GET, 55.48; 5. Ryan Kennedy, URS, 56.11; 6. Yaman Tasdivar, FM, 56.36; 7. Eric Peterson, DC, 56.59; 8. Tom Kelleher, SWAT, 58.60.

Anonymous said...

was she a top contender

Stephen Pasquale said...

Fight On....Gordon "Slim"....I feel like I'm in the locker room again back there at F&M! Good times guys.

Steve Ulrich said...

Team Scoring

Women
Gettysburg 472, F&M 404, Swarthmore 382, Dickinson 307, Washington 287, Ursinus 115, McDaniel 107, Bryn Mawr 93.

Men
F&M 516, Swarthmore 454, Gettysburg 290, Dickinson 265, Washington 260, McDaniel 161, Ursinus 119.

Anonymous said...

hey steve you are doing an awesome job with the championships and results. People need to realize we still have some limitations at this level sometimes.. You are going above and beyond..

Is there a way to split the blog into a results page and one for the comments. Its nice to see the banter but it would be nice to just have the results and not have to scroll through all the conversations. and comments everytime the camera moves or someone loses a feed..

thanks again for all your hard work

Anonymous said...

Can you include the senior program tomorrow?

Anonymous said...

why do u guys keep asking about lindsay mantone?? I swam for g burg with her.. just curious

Steve Ulrich said...

Well, we have archived the 100 backstroke and 100 breaststroke on our server. You can access them - hopefully :<) - on the championships page at www.centennial.org/championships/swimming/

Anonymous said...

Is the meet over for the night

Anonymous said...

Go Bullets Women!!! Taking the championship back to the Burg this year where it belongs!!

Anonymous said...

It aint over yet

Anonymous said...

GO Dips Women, keep the championship in Lancaster!!!! YOU CAN DO IT!!

Anonymous said...

Can anyone tell if if the meet is over for the night

Steve Ulrich said...

meet is not over ... 800 free relay for men underway ... consy that is

Anonymous said...

dips!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Steve! Thanks also for your dedication to the Cent. Conf.

Anonymous said...

Thanks! and go SWAT!

Jordan said...

let's go F&M!!!!! fire up those relays!

Steve Ulrich said...

800 Free Relay (W)
1. Franklin & Marshall, 7:54.74; 2. Gettysburg, 8:00.61; 3. Dickinson, 8:04.05; 4. Washington, 8:06.06; 5. Swarthmore, 8:06.43; 6. Ursinus, 8:19.12; 7. Bryn Mawr, 8:34.29; 8. McDaniel, 8:42.32.

Anonymous said...

That's our girls!!! Go F&M....now its the guys turn

Steve Ulrich said...

800 Free Relay (M)
1. Franklin & Marshall, 7:05.64; 2. Swarthmore, 7:10.43; 3. Dickinson, 7:14.61; 4. Washington, 7:16.41; 5. Gettysburg, 7:27.27; 6. Ursinus, 7:27.48; 7. McDaniel, 7:41.99.

Anonymous said...

F&M rules!!!!!

Anonymous said...

To all the F&M alum and parents watching can't you feel it!!!!

Steve Ulrich said...

We have downloaded the 800 free relays to the championships site. Be patient, as they are large files and may take a few moments to start.

Thanks for your patience tonight. We'll try to correct the problem for Sunday.

Steve Ulrich said...

Team Scores

Women
Gettysburg 524, Franklin & Marshall 454, Swarthmore 424, Dickinson 347, Washington 329, Ursinus 145, McDaniel 135, Bryn Mawr 117.

Men
Franklin & Marshall 574, Swarthmore 502, Gettysburg 328, Dickinson 309, Washington 298, McDaniel 185, Ursinus 145.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all your efforts!

Stephen Pasquale said...

Steve,

Thanks again for posting results tonight. Like I said earlier something is definitely better than nothing! We all appreciate your efforts here. Any word on the scores after the relays?

Stephen Pasquale said...

You read my mind Steve! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Saturday's Results available on F&M site:

http://godiplomats.cstv.com/sports/w-swimonly/stats/2006-2007/session4.html

Anonymous said...

Hey squale...this must be killing you not to be there with "the gang"

Stephen Pasquale said...

You have no idea how much it sucks to not be there with everyone. I got 5 calls alone yesterday from everyone and in the weeks leading up to champs I was contacted daily about if I was going or not. I guess perhaps that is one downfall to being way out in SW Ohio, but as you can see I'm following as closely as I can. That team will always be my "second" family and I will always support them in whatever way I can. Let's bring that trophy home tomorrow night!

Anonymous said...

Here here squale...as a alum parent I feel the same way!!!!!

stephen pasquale said...

Speaking of alum parents...mine (as you probably guessed) were there tonight filling in for me I guess you could say. I'm not sure who misses it more sometimes...me or them!

Jordan said...

I third that notion!!!!! We'll be there in spirit and cheering our hearts out from wherever we are!

Anonymous said...

That is so true...we will cheer our hearts out but we have a pain in our hearts because we are not there

Anonymous said...

Do you guys really care this much? Is sad..

Anonymous said...

Yes we do....and what it really means is that we care about our kids and what they care about. Also the F&M parents (and kids) are some of the nicest people I have ever met.

Anonymous said...

right... says who? you? I was more talking about people yelling at Steve cause boo who they can't watch the meet. Chill out people. Can the weirdo that is obsessing about girls that graduated get lost?

Stephen Pasquale said...

This weekend is what swimmers train for starting all the way back in September (at the latest). To not care about this meet is simply not an option. And when you spend as much time with a certain group of people training to win a championship it's hard to suddenly not care anymore about it even after you graduate. I agree that people should certainly not yell at Steve for the technically difficulites. His live blogging is still more than anything in the past and like I've been saying something is better than nothing. However, if you want to come on here and be so abrasive to parents and others you can at least identify yourself. Don't be a coward and hide behind that "anonymous" shroud.

Anonymous said...

Steve I totally agree with you.

Anonymous said...

I applaud you for your honesty but most of all for your care, concern and dedication to Centennial Conf swimming