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Thursday, April 25, 2024

Day 3 Finals Reside Recap


2024 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2024 Huge 12 Championships continued tonight with a full slate of occasions. The session will get underway at 5:15 EST with finals of the ladies’s 1m diving occasion. Texas’ Hailey Hernandez led the morning prelims periods with a rating of 342.00.

From there, we transfer to the 100 fly. On the ladies’s aspect it must be a enjoyable battle between Longhorn teammates, with Olivia Bray and Emma Sticklen swimming side-by-side in lanes 4 and 5. BYU’s Jordan Tiffany will probably be swimming for a little bit of an upset on the lads’s aspect after posting the one sub-46 time of the morning.

Angie Coe (Texas) and Danny Berlitz (West Virginia) are the highest seeds within the 400 IM, whereas the 200 freestylers characteristic a bevy of massive names. That features Erin Gemmell, Erica Sullivan, and Kelly Pash for the Longhorn ladies, and 4 Texas males who touched inside a tenth of a second of one another.

After one other break, the night will wrap up with timed finals of the 400 medley relay. The Longhorn ladies ought to win that simply. The lads’s aspect might be a bit of extra attention-grabbing — BYU has the highest seed and has been swimming effectively this week, however Texas has a deep bench, and will have the ability to put collectively a successful lineup.

Girls’s 1m Diving – Finals

  • Huge 12 Document: 369.40, Paola Pineda (Texas) – 2021
  • Huge 12 Championship Document: 369.40, Paola Pineda (Texas) – 2021

Prime 3:

  1. Hailey Hernandez (Texas) – 358.35
  2. Shiyun Lai (Kansas) – 340.45
  3. Anna Kwong (Texas Christian) – 336.30

WOMEN’S 100 FLY – Finals

  • NCAA Document: 48.25, Gretchen Walsh (Virginia) – 2024
  • Huge 12 Document: 49.79, Emma Sticklen (Texas) – 2023
  • Huge 12 Championship Document: 50.07, Olivia Bray (Texas) – 2023
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 50.69
  • 2023 NCAA Invite Time: 52.20

Prime 8:

  1. Emma Sticklen (Texas) – 50.61
  2. Olivia Bray (Texas) – 50.80
  3. Ava Longi (Texas) – 52.28
  4. Joleigh Crye (Cincinnati) – 53.60
  5. Jeanne Dahmen (Texas Christian) – 53.72
  6. Noor El Gendy (Houston) – 54.11
  7. Lydia Lafferty (Kansas) – 54.34
  8. Abbie Alvarez (Houston) – 54.36

Three Texas ladies went out in underneath 24, and whereas Ava Longi light only a bit down the again half, Emma Sticklen and Olivia Bray battled it out stroke-for-stroke into the end. Sticklen received her arms on the wall first, touching in 50.61 to Bray’s 50.80. Sticklen already ranks #2 within the nation this season with a 50.36 from the Texas Invite, with Bray rating 4th at 50.47. Teammate Kelly Pash, who’s swimming the 200 later tonight, ranks Third within the nation at 50.37.

Longi took Third tonight in 52.28. The Longhorns have one of many bests, if not one of the best, butterfly group within the nation, and so they’ll be seeking to rack up the factors in that self-discipline at subsequent month’s NCAA championships as they attempt to unseat Virginia.

Cincinnati’s Joleigh Crye and TCU’s Jeanne Dahmen dueled for 4th, with Crye touching first, 53.60 to 53.73. There was a three-way battle for sixth, with Houston’s Noor El Gendy taking sixth at 54.11, adopted by Kansas’ Lydia Lafferty (54.34) and fellow Cougar Abbie Alvarez (54.36).

MEN’S 100 FLY – Finals

  • NCAA Document: 42.80, Caeleb Dressel (Florida) – 2018
  • Huge 12 Document: 43.75, Joseph Education (Texas) – 2017
  • Huge 12 Championship Document: 44.06, Joseph Education (Texas) – 2017
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 44.64
  • 2023 NCAA Invite Time: 45.57

Prime 8:

  1. Jordan Tiffany (BYU) – 44.51
  2. Cole Crane (Texas) – 45.98
  3. Piotr Sadłowski (TCU) – 46.33
  4. Tanner Edwards (BYU) – 46.71
  5. Alec Filipovic (Texas) 46.72
  6. Sam Artmann (Texas) – 46.76
  7. Ryan Branon (Texas) – 47.02
  8. Tony Puertas (BYU) – 47.35

There’s a number of enjoyable storylines right here. Right here’s the one sentence abstract: Jordan Tiffany, who stepped away from the game of swimming a pair years in the past, received BYU’s first Huge 12 title in an occasion the place the Longhorns have a number of historical past.

Tiffany didn’t even have a lot competitors, and he touched in 44.51, over a second forward of Texas’ Cole Crane (45.98), who received the 50 free final evening. That point strikes Tiffany to #8 within the nation this season.

Brigham Younger had three swimmers within the A-final, and received 4th-place factors from Tanner Edwards (46.71) and an Eighth-place end from Tony Puertas (47.35). Piotr Sadłowski, TCU’s lone swimmer, completed Third in 46.71.

Longhorns Alec Filipovic (46.72), Sam Artmann (46.76), and Ryan Branon (47.02) completed sixth by means of Eighth, respectively.

WOMEN’S 400 IM – Finals

  • NCAA Document: 3:54.60, Ella Eastin (Stanford) – 2018
  • Huge 12 Document: 4:00.97, Madisyn Cox (Texas) – 2017
  • Huge 12 Championship Document: 4:01.15, Madisyn Cox (Texas) – 2017
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 4:03.62
  • 2023 NCAA Invite Time: 4:11.36

Prime 8:

  1. Campbell Stoll (Texas) – 4:07.14
  2. Alicia Wilson (Texas) – 4:09.04
  3. Angie Coe (Texas) – 4:09.38
  4. Libby Michel (Cincinnati) – 4:16.20
  5. Alessandra Senis (TCU) – 4:16.87
  6. Alondra Ortiz (Houston) – 4:17.75
  7. Sydney Inman (TCU) – 4:21.17
  8. Syd Nethercutt (Houston) – 4:21.80

Freshman Campbell Stoll received her first Huge 12 title with a well-executed 400 IM and a time of 4:07.14 that strikes her to #13 within the nation this season. Stoll’s been a bit of sooner, with a lifetime better of 4:05.71 from final yr’s NCSA Championships, so look ahead to her to enhance on at this time’s time at NCAAs.

Teammate Alicia Wilson and Angie Coe have been additionally underneath final yr’s NCAA invite time of 4:11.36. Wilson hit a season-best time of 4:09.04 with a powerful again half. Her lifetime better of 4:04.10 comes from the 2020 Stanford Invite, again when she was swimming for Cal.

Coe, like Stoll a freshman, took Third in 4:09.38. Stoll’s lifetime better of 4:07.45 got here just some weeks in the past on the Sterkel Invite, suggesting that, like her teammates, she might have extra within the tank for NCAAs.

MEN’S 400 IM – Finals

  • NCAA Document: 3:28.82, Leon Marchand (Arizona State) – 2023
  • Huge 12 Document: 3:33.79, Carson Foster (Texas) – 2022
  • Huge 12 Championship Document: 3:35.49, Carson Foster (Texas) – 2023
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 3:38.90
  • 2023 NCAA Invite Time: 3:42.99

Prime 8:

  1. Danny Berlitz (WVU) – 3:43.02
  2. Ivan Puskovitch (WVU) – 3:47.61
  3. Alec Enyeart (Texas) – 3:47.74
  4. Kyle Bumgardner (Cincinnati) – 3:50.42
  5. Geremia Freri (TCU) – 3:53.43
  6. Kornel Kohalmi (TCU) – 3:53.58
  7. Erik Menchhofer (Cincinnati) – 3:54.21
  8. Tama Tuitama (BYU) – 3:54.82

A bearded Danny Berlitz led the Mountaineers to a 1-2 end with a 3:43.02 win right here tonight. That point is simply off the three:42.99 it took to qualify for NCAAs final yr. Berlitz’s teammate and childhood good friend, and Olympic open water qualifier, Ivan Puskovitch, took 2nd in 3:47.61.

The Texas males, who’re nonetheless on the lookout for their first win tonight (prone to come within the subsequent occasion), received a Third-place end from Alec Enyeart, who touched simply behind Puskovitch at 3:47.61.

Cincinnati’s Kyle Bumgardner took 4th in 3:50.42, simply off of his lifetime greatest of three:50.21 from midseason. His teammate Erik Menchhofer took seventh in 3:54.21.

There was a twin for sixth between a pair of Horned Frogs teammates, as Geremia Freri received his hand on the wall simply forward of Kornel Kohalmi, 3:53.43 to three:53.58. BYU’s Tama Tuitama rounded out the highest eight with a 3:54.82.

WOMEN’S 200 FREE – Finals

  • NCAA Document: 1:39.10, Missy Franklin (Cal) – 2015
  • Huge 12 Document: 1:42.38, Kelly Pash (Texas) – 2022
  • Huge 12 Championship Document: 1:42.70, Kelly Pash (Texas) – 2021
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 1:42.84
  • 2023 NCAA Invite Time: 1:45.31

Prime 8:

  1. Kelly Pash (Texas) – 1:42.97
  2. Erin Gemmell (Texas) – 1:44.34
  3. Erica Sullivan (Texas) – 1:46.39
  4. Emma Davidson (Texas) – 1:47.02
  5. Jessica Davis (Cincinnati) – 1:47.13
  6. Julie Rose (Cincinnati) – 1:47.45
  7. Mikayla Popham (TCU) – 1:47.83
  8. Tatum Cooley (BYU) – 1:51.20

The Longhorns swept the highest 4 spots right here tonight, as Kelly Pash flirted along with her personal meet report. She touched in 1:42.97, simply 0.27s off her Huge 12 Champs report, 0.33 shy of her season greatest, and simply over a half a second off of her general Huge 12 report.

Freshman Erin Gemmell took 2nd in 1:44.34, a bit of over a second off of her midseason time, adopted by Erica Sullivan (1:46.39) and Emma Davidson (1:47.02).

Davidson touched simply forward of Cincinnati teammates Jessica Davis (1:47.13) and Julia Rose (1:47.45). TCU’s Mikayla Popham (1:47.83) and BYU’s Tatum Cooley (1:51.20) completed seventh and Eighth.

MEN’S 200 FREE – Finals

  • NCAA Document: 1:29.15, Dean Farris (Harvard) – 2019
  • Huge 12 Document: 1:29.50, Townley Haas (Texas) – 2018
  • Huge 12 Championship Document: 1:32.01, Ricky Berens (Texas) – 2009
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 1:31.74
  • 2023 NCAA Invite Time: 1:32.85

Prime 8:

  1. Coby Carrozza (Texas) – 1:32.63
  2. Nate Germonprez (Texas) – 1:33.00
  3. Camden Taylor (Texas) – 1:33.90
  4. Manning Haskal (Texas) – 1:35.82
  5. Playton Plumb (BYU) – 1:36.09
  6. Joshua Reed (BYU) – 1:36.51
  7. Luke Dimiceli (TCU) – 1:36.84
  8. Milan Fabian (TCU) – 1:37.25

Girls’s 400 Medley Relay – Timed Finals

  • NCAA Document: 3:21.80, Virginia – 2023
  • Huge 12 Document: 3:25.18, Texas – 2023
  • Huge 12 Championships Document: 3:26.32, Texas – 2022
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 3:31.38

Males’s 400 Medley Relay –  Timed Finals

  • NCAA Document: 2:58.32, Florida – 2023
  • Huge 12 Document: 2:59.22, Texas – 2022
  • Huge 12 Championships Document: 3:02.11 – 2021
  • NCAA ‘A’ Reduce: 3:04.96



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