Sunday, February 18, 2007

Sunday Results Here

The results for Sunday's finals swims can be found here. Any and all conversation about the championship or the CCBN coverage should be done on the "Sunday Swim Finals" blog. Thanks and enjoy the evening.

40 comments:

Anonymous said...

1650 Freestyle (W)

1. Jenna Walters (F&M) 17:38.80; 2. Alex Newman (G) 18:08.11; 3. Laura Selway (F&M) 18:12.94; 4. Molly Bolek (McD) 18:22.94; 5. Katie Wright (G) 18:36.30; 6. Kate Snyder (U) 18:36.52; 7. Erin Jones (W) 18:42.06; 8. Jackie Fahler (DC) 18:49.41.


Thanks!
Kim

Anonymous said...

does anyone have sound?

Anonymous said...

1650 Freestyle (M)
1. Derek Nowak (FM) 16:09.53; 2. Stephen Shymon (S) 16:45.83; 3. Andrew Frampton (S) 16:51.94; 4. Dan Wentzel (W) 17:21.58; 5. Dan Vogel (FM)17:25.20; 6. Matt Rush (G) 17:29.81; 7. Pete Levin (G) 17:31.59; 8. Brandon Peer (U) 17:32.77.


Kim Wenger

Anonymous said...

what is going on? No feed? no sound? no updayes? no nothing? I've got half the east coast trying to watch my daughter!!!???!!!

Anonymous said...

200 Backstroke (W)
1. Brittany McCabe (FM) 2:09.88; 2. Serena Gibney (D) 2:10.26; 3. Allie Jordan (S) 2:11.40; 4. Demery Close (G) 2:11.57; 5. Amy Smith (W) 2:12.99; 6. Katy Cronin (G) 2:14.26; 7. Elizabeth Shoemaker (W) 2:15.09; 8. Karen Youkins (D) 2:18.93.

Anonymous said...

I am sorry I have been posting the results only on this blog. On the other I having been explaining our technical difficulties. Close down quick time completely and then click on the link again. It should work.

Kim Wenger

Anonymous said...

Kim your doing a great job...thanks for the updates

Anonymous said...

I am trying ... thank you for hanging in there with us!!

Kim Wenger

Anonymous said...

200 Backstroke (M)

1. Matt Young (FM) 1:56.39; 2. Matt Jaffee (FM) 1:56.44; 3. Douglas Gilchrist-Scott (S) 1:59.50; 4. Yaman Tasdivar (FM) 2:01.59; 5. Eric Peterson (D) 2:02.31; 6. Ryan Kennedy (U) 2:03.29; 7. Guy Seaton (S) 2:07.98; 8. Tom Kelleher (S) 2:10.03.

Anonymous said...

100 Free (W)
1. Stacey Foltz (D) 53.44; 2. Megan Morse (W) 53.76; 3. Caitlin Reilly (G) 54.14; 4. Franny Zhang (S) 54.57; 5. Sarah Cotcamp (S) 54.85; 6. Elizabeth Schroll (D) 55.03; 7. Cassie Mulhollem (FM) 55.09; 8. Ali Imhoff (D) 55.90

100 Free (M)
1. Everett Kimball (D) 47.30; 2. Jon Augat (S) 47.77; 3. Phil Rehders (FM) 47.95; 4. Jason Horwitz (S) 48.34; 5. Peter Fishler (FM) 48.57; 6. Chris Hoolehan (D) 48.73; 7. Ryan Pernice (G) 49.36; 8. Derek Claiborne (G) 49.77.


Kim

Lily said...

Way to go Dickinson with the double 100 free win. I wish I could be there cheering you all on. Nicely done Stacey and Everett!

stephen pasquale said...

Congrats to Everett Kimball. I believe that's two wins on the weekend for him. That's a good meet in my book.

Hey Kim,

Could you post team scores as well? Thanks alot!

Anonymous said...

These are the scores that are up on the board after the backstroke I believe... I will try to get more updates shortly..


Women: 1. Gettysburg 623, 2. F&M 558; 3. Swarthmore 484; 4. Dickinson 434; 5. Washington 397, 6. Ursinus 171, 7. McDaniel 155, 8. Bryn Mawr 118.

Men: 1. F&M 691, 2. Swarthmore 629, 3. Gettysburg 395, 4. Dickinson 386; 5. Washington 346, 6. McDaniel 185, 7. Ursinus 174

Kim

stephen pasquale said...

Thanks Kim!

Anonymous said...

You are very welcome!!!

Thank you to everyone for hanging in there with us while we are having technical problems.

Kim

Anonymous said...

is anyone else unable to get the video to work still?

Anonymous said...

would it kill you whining types to take your complaints to the other portion of the blog set up to take technical questions?

Anonymous said...

Folks, remember this thread is just for RESULTS. There is a separate thread for DISCUSSION.

Some of us just want to know the results and not weed through all of the discussion. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

We are having problems with the server and trying to fix the problem. Please hang in with us!!! I have breaststroke results up in a minute.

Kim

Anonymous said...

200 Breaststoke (W)

1. Cali Nelson (G) 2:26.74; 2. Rachel Army (FM) 2:37.76; 3. Michelle Hom (S) 2:32.37; 4. Jordan McCord (D) 2:33.22; 5. Stelanie Mpazicos (G) 2:33.37; 6. Allison Pettine (G) 2:34.99, 7. Andrea Cole (W) 2:35.62; 8. Megan Rhoads (G) 2:36.33.

Anonymous said...

200 Breatstroke (M)

1. Tom Grabiak (FM) 2:07.69; 2. Chris Reed (McD) 2:10.41; 3. Andrew Koczo (S) 2:12.32; 4. Tim Falkner (FM) 2:13.82; 5. Andrew Piasecki (U) 2:13.93; 6. Audun Lier (FM) 2:16.09; 7. Kyle Skolfield (S) 2;16.21; 8. Alex Thomas (W) 2:16.40

Anonymous said...

200 Butterfly (W)

1. Anne Miller (S) 2:06.79 (Meet Record); 2. Kelly Landman (FM) 2:08.40; 3. Casey Osborn (S) 2:11.15; 4. Allison Simmons (W) 2:12.18; 5. Kathy Gerhart (W) 2:13.35; 6. Jennie Lewis (S) 2:15.89; 7. Maggie Slezak (G) 2:16.63; 8. Alyson Heller (G) 2:19.50.

200 (M)

1. Val Perfanov (FM) 1:56.41; 2. Andrew Turkewitz (FM) 1:57.92; 3. Stephen Gomez (McD) 1:59.80; 4. Phil Mercatili (D) 2:00.91; 5. Dylan Pollock (W) 2:01.63, 6. Matt Bacon (G) 2:02.39, 7. Bryan Roth (S) 2:05.09; 8. David Gibbons (G) 2:06.83.

team scores in minute ...

Kim

Anonymous said...

Heading into the final relays the team scores are as follows ...

Women - 1. Gettyburg 715; 2. F&M 605; 3. Swarthmore 568.5; 4. Dickinson 458; 5. Washington 450.5; 6. Ursinus 171; 7. McDaniel 161; 8. Bryn Mawr 122

Men - 1. F&M 789, 2. Swarthmore 694, 3. Gettysburg 430.5, 4. Dickinson 405.5, 5. Washington 376, 6. McDaniel 227, 7. Ursinus 188

Kim

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the technical difficulties ... I will try to get the final relay and team scores up as quickly as possible.

Kim Wenger
CC Office

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Anonymous said...

Thank you; you've done a great job considering the technical problems. We still can follow what's going on thanks to your posts!

Anonymous said...

Thank you ... I will get the results up asap. And I will post the outstanding performers of the meet if you hang in there with me.

Kim Wenger
CC Office

stephen pasquale said...

Congratulations to the Gettysburg Women and Franklin & Marshall Men!

Anonymous said...

Every athlete did a great job this weekend! I am very proud of all of our CC athletes!!

The 400 Free Relay will begin shortly.

Kim Wenger
CC Office

Anonymous said...

The 400 women's A final is getting underway with F&M in the lead ....

Kim

Anonymous said...

400 Free Relay

1. F&M 3:36.58 (Conference & Meet Record); 2. Dickinson 3:38.67; 3. Gettysburg 3:38.69; 4. Washington 3:39.51; 5. Swarthmore 3:41.03; 6. Ursinus 3:49.66; 7. McDaniel 3:54.34; 8. Bryn Mawr 4:02.53.

Final Women's Standings
1. Gettysburg 759, 2. F&M 659, 3. Swarthmore 604.5; 4. Dickinson 510, 5. Washington 490.5, 6. Ursinus 201, 7. McDaniel 191, 8. Bryn Mawr 146.


Men's Relay underway ....

Kim Wenger

Anonymous said...

Men's 400 Free Relay

1. F&M 3:11.35; 2. Dickinson 3:12.28; 3. Swarthmore 3:12.47, 4. Gettysburg 3:15.19; 5. Washington 3:16.80, 6. McDaniel 3:19.93, 7, Ursinus 3:23.94

F&M's men win the team title with 847 pts. I will get the complete team scores up as soon as I can.

Kim

Anonymous said...

The Women's Outstanding Performer is F&M's Jenna Walters.

Congratulations Jenna!!

Kim Wenger
CC Office

Anonymous said...

The Men's Outstanding Performer is F&M's Derek Nowak.

Congratulatios Derek!!!!

Kim Wenger
CC Office

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the delay....

Final Men's Team Standing

1. F&M 847, 2. Swarthmore 740, 3. Gettysburg 472.5, 4. Dickinson 449.5, 5. Washington 412, 6. McDaniel 253, Ursinus 212

Well, that is it for us and the 2007 Centennial Conference Championships. Congratulations to everyone on a great meet!!

Congratulations to every who is heading to the NCAA tournament and to all the seniors who swam their last meet tonight... it has been an honor to watch you compete the last four years!!!

Thank you all for staying with us and for your patience!!!


Kim Wenger
CC Ofice

stephen pasquale said...

Kim + Steve,

Thanks for all the coverage of champs this weekend. Your efforts certainly deserve a round of applause. While the video may have been down, the results were still posted on this blog in good time allowing us all to still follow the action closely. When I become that "wealthy F&M alum" I'll give them some money for the express purpose of getting a better server! :) But all in all a great weekend. Thanks again for your efforts guys!

Anonymous said...

I agree with Steve. Congrats to all the swimmers, as usual you did a great job. Special thanks to Steve and Kim for their efforts. Although they had many technical difficulties their effort to get us the scores in a timely manner was outstanding. Maybe when my F&M alum son gets rich and famous he too will donate money for the purchase of a better server too!

Anonymous said...

From the headline story on the home page of www.centennial.org the morning of Feb 19, 2007: "The Diplomat men finished with 854 points to win their third straight championship...". This is not correct. Since there was no cenference champ last year due to the cancellation of the meet on the last day, the F&M men did not win last year, thus this year's team championship is not their 3rd straight. Please correct this error.

stephen pasquale said...

To the "anonymous" poster at 8:40 AM: If I wanted to take up this petty argument with you I could easily explain how this is indeed the F&M men's third straight championship. However, because I do not wish to take that low road I am just going to pretend that this post never happened. The above post clearly smells of jealousy and I can assure you that if any other team had won the past three championships this would not have been an issue. If you are going to claim that you were just tying to point out a factual error, then you and I both know that's a lie because if that were the case you could have just emailed Steve. Instead you chose to post about it on the blog and let everyone know how immature you are and what kind of low level you are willing to stoop to. Please carry this argument on elsewhere. Again, I have no idea what F&M does to deserve this kind of treatment and I wish people who are going to be abrasive on this blog would at least identify themselves. Posting under the name "anonymous" shows just how much of a coward you really are.

Anonymous said...

It IS their third straight. Since a team championship wasn't awarded, there wasn't one to win last year. Had the headline said that they won for the "third year in a row," then you'd have a point, but it didn't. They've won each of the last three team titles that were awarded.

This is the same as how the Atlanta Braves were recognized as winning their division for so many years in a row even though the Expos were leading the division in 1994 when the strike canceled the rest of the season. Since a divisional championship was not awarded that year by Major League Baseball, the Braves' streak stayed intact. Similarly, when the 1995 season started the Toronto Blue Jays were still correctly noted as the two-time defending World Series Champions since they had won in 1992 and 1993. There was no 1994 World Series Champion, so Toronto continued to be the reigning champions until the 1995 champion was crowned.

I couldn't care less about F&M swimming, but I had to say SOMETHING because the post two spots up is so off-base.