Men's Swimming

    UPDATE: Day 2 of Big Ten Men's Swim and Dive Championships

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    Go Hoosiers!

    Feb. 28, 2013

    Thursday Prelim Results Get Acrobat Reader

    Update from day two prelims of the 2013 Big Ten Men's Swimming and Diving Championships at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington.


    500 Freestyle
    Jim Barbiere will swim in the championship final of the 500 freestyle tonight after posting a time of 4:18.60, eighth-fastest in the mornings swims. Ryan Hinshaw finished tied for 10th at 4:19.62, putting him in the consolation final. Joining him is Nicholas Schwab, who killed his personal best with a time of 4:19.67, placing 12th and earning a spot in the consolation final. Brent Aarons was 26th in a career-best 4:26.33, while Grayson Smith also posted a career mark (4:26.52-27th). Ryan Downey was 35th (4:28.71), with Ian Boggs 37th (4:29.56-career best) and Michael Mohler 45th (4:31.38-career best).


    200 Individual Medley
    The Hoosiers put four swimmers in the championship final of the 200 IM, led by junior Cody Miller who posted a new school-record time of 1:43.49. That tops his old mark of 1:44.02 set at last year's NCAA Championships. Steve Schmuhl placed fourth with a career best of 1:44.12, and right behind him in fifth was Eric Ress at 1:44.16. Mike Hurley tied for seventh with his career mark of 1:45.09. Sam Trahin placed 17th to earn a spot in the bonus final (1:47.04), while Tanner Kurz was 23rd and will swim the bonus final with a career time of 1:48.68.


    50 Freestyle
    Daniel Kanorr will swim in the championship final of the 50 freestyle after putting up a career-best time of 19.50. That is just 5/100ths of a second off the school record of 19.45 set by Matt Lenton in 2009. James Wells made the bonus final with a career time of 20.18. while Jacob Kelzer tied for 43rd in a career best 20.72. Matt Gerth finished tied for 54th (20.94) and Kyle Johnson was 60th in a career-best 21.19.


    500 Freestyle
    8. Jim Barbiere - 4:18.60 (NCAA B Cut)
    10. Ryan Hinshaw - 4:19.62 (NCAA B Cut)
    12. Nicholas Schwab - 4:19.67 (NCAA B Cut; Career Best)
    26. Brent Aarons - 4:26.33 (Career Best)
    27. Grayson Smith - 4:26.52 (Career Best)
    35. Ryan Downey - 4:28.71
    37. Ian Boggs - 4:29.56 (Career Best)
    45. Michael Mohler - 4:31.38 (Career Best)


    200 Individual Medley
    3. Cody Miller - 1:43.49 (NCAA A Cut; New School Record)
    4. Steve Schmuhl - 1:44.12 (NCAA B Cut; 4th-fastest time in school history)
    5. Eric Ress - 1:44.16 (NCAA B Cut, 5th-fastest time in school history)
    T-7. Mike Hurley - 1:45.09 (NCAA B Cut; Career Best)
    17. Sam Trahin - 1:47.04 (NCAA B Cut)
    23. Tanner Kurz - 1:48.68 (NCAA B Cut; Career Best)


    50 Freestyle
    5. Daniel Kanorr - 19.50 (NCAA B Cut; 2nd-fastest time in school history)
    19. James Wells - 20.18 (NCAA B Cut; Career Best)
    T-43. Jacob Kelzer - 20.72 (Career Best)
    T-53. Matt Gerth - 20.94
    60. Kyle Johnson - 21.19 (Career Best)

     

     


       

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