Men's Swimming

    Day 2 Update: NCAA Swim and Dive Championships

    Go Hoosiers!
    Go Hoosiers!

    Go Hoosiers!

    March 23, 2012

    200 Medley Relay

    The Hoosier quartet of James Wells, Cody Miller, Steve Schmuhl and Daniel Kanorr finished 12th in a time of 1:27.10 to earn a spot in tonight’s consolation final.

    400 Individual Medley
    Junior Sam Trahin won his heat and finished third overall by smashing his school record with a time of 3:44.49. That is two seconds better than his record of 3:46.49 set at the Big Ten Championships last month. He will swim in his first-ever championship final at the NCAA meet.

    200 Freestyle
    Junior Jim Barbiere finished second in his heat and 23rd overall in prelims with a time of 1:36.14. Freshman Steve Schmuhl placed 34th with a prelim time of 1:37.11.

    100 Breaststroke
    Sophomore Cody Miller put up the fourth-fastest time in school history to win his heat and place sixth overall with a time of 52.78. He will swim in tonight’s championship final.

    100 Backstroke
    Sophomore James Wells qualified for tonight’s consolation final with a time of 46.85, placing him 10th in the field.

    200 Medley Relay
    12. James Wells, Cody Miller, Steve Schmuhl, Daniel Kanorr – 1:27.10

    400 Individual Medley
    3. Sam Trahin – 3:44.49 (School Record)

    200 Freestyle
    23. Jim Barbiere – 1:36.14
    34. Steve Schmuhl – 1:37.11

    100 Breaststroke
    6. Cody Miller – 52.78 (fourth-fastest time in school history)

    100 Backstroke
    10. James Wells – 46.85


     

     


       

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