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    Final Swim Event Rankings: Pre NCAA Championships

    Who's in and who's out?

    50 Free
    2. Abbey
    4. Farida
    17. Maddie (wow, didn't expect this)
    21. Amy
    32. KV (probably in)
    39. Val (probably out)

    100 Free
    6. Abbey
    7. Farida
    23. KV
    32. Katie (will swim 200 Free)

    200 Free
    6. Kathleen (this surprised me, she did it on the 800 relay, but will swim 100 Back
    13. KV
    14. Katie
    29. Abbey (put me in the camp that she should do two events and four relays)
    38. Amy

    500 Free
    7. Katie
    36. Chenoa (hopefully in)

    1650 Free
    27. Chenoa (pleasant surprise and ahead of schedule IMO)

    100 Back
    2. Kathleen
    8. Amy (i expect a tapered Amy will be much better than in Pac12 Championships)
    33. Keaton

    200 Back
    1. Kathleen
    4. Amy
    Hmmm, besides the big two, we are not as deep as I thought for Backstroke U. FYI Claire Adams 11th in the 100 and 8th in the 200. Just sayin' .

    100 Fly
    3. Farida
    4. Noemie
    13. Maddie
    19. Kathleen (she won't swim this either)

    200 Fly
    6. Katie
    9. Noemie
    36. Celina (on the bubble)

    100 Breast
    22. Marina

    200 Breast
    15. Marina

    200IM
    2. Kathleen
    20. Celina
    32. Keaton

    400IM
    17. Celina

    The past two years of lean recruiting are really showing up in our lack of depth. We only have Farida, Noemie, Kathleen, Amy, Katie, Abbey, and Maddie as deep scoring threats.

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    Ted,

    Thanks for the entry summary. But note that once a swimmer is officially invited in an individual event (eg KV in the 200 free based on her time which is currently 13th) she can compete in other individual events where she has a B cut, regardless of rank, (for KV that would be the 50 and 100 free) but limited by the total swim limits per swimmer (3 individuals and 4 relays, or 2 individuals and 5 relays).

    "The last bit to note is that once you are officially invited, you can also swim other races in which you’ve hit a “B” cut, even if you weren’t invited in that race. For example, someone invited in the 100 breast but not the 200 breast could still enter and swim that 200 breast at NCAAs, provided he or she has a “B” cut. What’s needed is the official invite itself." per Swimswam article.

    I too am somewhat disappointed in last year's women's recruiting, and this year (2018 class) we look to have missed on a number of the top swimmers. Still, this year's team would be a possible NCAA favorite if not for Stanford, who have assembled a juggernaut similar to what Texas has done on the men's side. In both cases, the diving edge the Cards and Whorns have is also critical come NCAAs.

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    I followed the results on line and watched a summary of women's P12 swim results on the Pac 12 Network. I knew that Stanford was unbeatable with Katie Ladecky & Simone Manuel but was still surprised at the depth of the Cardinal. Cal had been dominant in relays prior to this season but failed to win any...Cal was very close in a couple of 'em. The tv announcers as mentioned that Abbey Weitzeil was ill and did not participate in her final couple of events. I did notice that frosh Keaton Blovad made three finals which impressed me. Fellow frosh Maddie Murphy & Chenoa Devine did exemplary jobs, too. Any other suprises or disappointments?

    Based upon all of this info, does anyone see the Bears in competition for second place in the NCAAs in two weeks. Who would be Cal's primary competition at nationals? Georgia, Texas, ? Thank you for your expertise and indulging a novice fan. GO BEARS!
    Last edited by Schroeder71; 02-27-2017 at 09:39 AM.

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    I'm curious as to whether anyone has an informed opinion about recruiting challenges. Is McKeever overmatched by Meehan? Or was the last cycle simply filled with swimmers that weren't quite the right fit for Cal?

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    LSJU is winning NCAA titles as long as Ledecky and Manuel are on the team together. Hu, Howe, Neal, and Eastin are also excellent and should have won it all last year save for a relay default, but LSJU doesn't have any elite sprint stroke depth in the pipeline. Lots of promising freestylers (Drabot, Byrnes) and 200 M strokes (Allie S, Voss), but they need to replace Hu and Howe on medley relays in the next recruiting class. Ledecky is a pied piper for distance and middle distance (400 IM too), but they need to replace Neal next season and Hu and Howe in 2019.

    Never replaced Haase on the breast legs, but Manuel, Hu, and Howe can make up for sub par breast legs. Same thing with Abbey, Amy, KB, Maddie, and McL.

    Once psych sheets are finalized, multiple swim websites will project NCAAs. LSJU will be ~ 120 points ahead of Cal. Bears will be ~50 points ahead of Georgia and ~ 80 points ahead of Texas, A&M, and 'SC.
    Last edited by BearDevil; 02-27-2017 at 12:51 PM.

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    A massive thank you goes out to tedbear for taking the time & effort to compile the comprehensive list above!

    CollegeSwimming hasn't updated their NCAA event rankings with the Pac-12 and Big 12 championship results at this point (the blistering times put down at the former meet especially will shake up the standings quite a bit lol), and USA Swimming's database search has a bunch of conference champs times currently missing, so will have to wait a wee bit for the swim site projections followed by the official invite announcements...

    Also good point made by dgong about the invite rules, and wholeheartedly concur with your opinion that "this year's team would be a possible NCAA favorite if not for Stanford, who have assembled a juggernaut similar to what Texas has done on the men's side."

    With all that said, the really impressive performance of the furdette juggernaut these past few days isn't something our Bears can really control themselves, so no need for us to be down on our women (not saying that we are hehe), just cos those super furdies are kicking arses left & right and not taking any prisoners in the process lol

    I'm just happy at all that Teri's team have been able to accomplish at this point in terms of setting personal & season bests at Pac-12s, and racing their hearts out for the team & for school pride!!! Just as with that home dual loss v. the trees, there were quite a number of rather close races at Pac-12s which on the whole went in LSJU's favour - they had all the confidence/inspiration/momentum going for them, resulting in a final score that IMO looked more lopsided than the relative strengths of the two squads were in actual fact (whilst acknowledging that the Card victory was a well deserved one).

    Don't believe the top end talents in either school were fully rested at all (wouldn't make sense at any rate with the end game in mind), with some swimmers responding physically & mentally to a greater extent than others when it comes to taper, so should be a really thrilling and swift NCAAs to look forward to this season!




    Quote Originally Posted by tedbear View Post
    Who's in and who's out?
    200 Back
    1. Kathleen
    4. Amy
    Hmmm, besides the big two, we are not as deep as I thought for Backstroke U. FYI Claire Adams 11th in the 100 and 8th in the 200. Just sayin' .
    Sort of agree there, but I think Keaton's 1:54.00 PB should rank in the low 30's in Division I, hopefully will get even faster at NCAAs to perhaps provide Bears with potential B final pts?

    If one takes a glance at the table below (courtesy of SwimSwam, respective articles linked to), our froski class did quite alright considering how underappreciated they were at the time of recruitment (btw, in response to Microbear85's question, I do reckon that some of the big name studs from the freshman classes of 2016 & 2017 who we were rooting for at the time, primarily due to their pool performances, were likely not the best fit for Cal, and the other way round), and don't forget our freshies were also deprived of Abbey's individual & potential additional relay points on Day 4. Our legacy Maddie was also massively undervalued at the time of recruitment, and also has developed & thrived at an impressive rate since training in the blue & gold kit, as has been discussed here previously

    As a matter of fact, our Juniors scored almost half as many points compared to our other classes...understandably from Cierra's defection, Jaz's personal issue from last season (she seems to be starting to make a comeback which is encouraging, but still with some ways to go), Maija not having developed as quickly as her very promising HS pool performances had given hope for at the time (did bust out a really nice 1:00.78 PB to take 2nd in the B final of the 100 breast at Federal way, as well as runner up in the 200 breast 'B' - well done!), and transfer Val not having exactly the best meet of her life...

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    PAC 12 WOMEN TEAM SCORING BREAKDOWN

    INDIVIDUAL POINTS BY CLASS

    STANFORD | CALIFORNIA | USC | ARIZONA | UCLA | ARIZONA ST | UTAH | WASHINGTON ST | OREGON ST
    FR | 396.5 | 319 | 426 | 155 | 124 | 219 | 52 | 17 | 9
    SO | 337 | 321 | 388 | 259 | 168 | 47 | 73 | 22 | 0
    JR | 397 | 169 | 21 | 265.5 | 241 | 106 | 48 | 18 | 6
    SR | 137 | 305.5 | 153 | 140 | 217 | 95 | 85 | 53 | 12


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    PAC 12 WOMEN INDIVIDUAL SCORING BREAKDOWN

    SWIMMER | YEAR | POINTS || EVENT | PLACE | TIME | POWER || EVENT | PLACE | TIME | POWER || EVENT | PLACE | TIME | POWER
    Baker, Kathleen | SO | 88 || 200 IM | 2 | 1:52.74 | 874 || 100 Back | 2 | 50.27 | 857 || 200 Back | 1 | 1:48.33 | 879
    Osman, Farida | SR | 82.5 || 50 Free | 2 | 21.49 | 898 || 100 Fly | 2 | 50.4 | 877 || 100 Free | 3 | 47.36 | 846
    McLaughlin, Katie | SO | 80 || 500 Free | 3 | 4:36.04 | 797 || 200 Free | 4 | 1:43.75 | 787 || 200 Fly | 3 | 1:53.29 | 814
    Bilquist, Amy | SO | 73 || 50 Free | 8 | 22.13 | 762 || 100 Back | 5 | 51.29 | 786 || 200 Back | 4 | 1:51.22 | 786
    Blovad, Keaton | FR | 69 || 200 IM | 7 | 1:58.50 | 683 || 100 Back | 6 | 52.41 | 717 || 200 Back | 8 | 1:54.03 | 706
    Thomas, Noemie | JR | 65 || 50 Free | 14 | 22.42 | 710 || 100 Fly | 4 | 50.87 | 837 || 200 Fly | 4 | 1:54.50 | 770
    Murphy, Maddie | FR | 65 || 50 Free | 9 | 21.96 | 795 || 100 Fly | 5 | 51.62 | 780 || 100 Free | 9 | 48.72 | 722
    LaMay, Phoebe | SO | 63 || 1 mtr Diving | 5 | 286.15 || 3 mtr Diving | 13 | 251.9 || Platform Diving | 6 | 241.6
    Garcia Marina | SR | 63 || 200 IM | 16 | 2:01.24 | 601 || 100 Breast | 4 | 59.86 | 734 || 200 Breast | 4 | 2:08.42 | 754
    Li, Celina | SR | 62 || 200 IM | 8 | 1:59.01 | 668 || 400 IM | 5 | 4:09.49 | 703 || 200 Fly | 12 | 1:58.48 | 641
    Vredeveld, Kristen | SR | 60 || 50 Free | 10 | 22.12 | 764 || 200 Free | 9 | 1:44.51 | 755 || 100 Free | 7 | 48.14 | 772
    Devine, Chenoa | FR | 60 || 500 Free | 9 | 4:41.19 | 721 || 400 IM | 12 | 4:14.04 | 635 || 1650 Free | 5 | 16:08.16 | 669
    Weitzeil, Abbey | FR | 49 || 50 Free | 3 | 21.5 | 895 || 200 Free | 8 | 1:46.70 | 668
    Roses, Maija | JR | 43 || 200 IM | 17 | 1:59.71 | 647 || 100 Breast | 10 | 1:00.78 | 681 || 200 Breast | 10 | 2:11.83 | 668
    Mykkanen, Courtney | FR | 41 || 400 IM | 13 | 4:14.22 | 632 || 100 Back | 16 | 54.37 | 602 || 200 Back | 11 | 1:55.09 | 677
    Tavoda, Hayden | SR | 38 || 1 mtr Diving | 20 | 223.9 || 3 mtr Diving | 9 | 280.7 || Platform Diving | 14 | 207.8
    Hull, Valerie | JR | 36 || 50 Free | 13 | 22.35 | 722 || 200 Free | 20 | 1:47.39 | 642 || 100 Free | 10 | 48.77 | 717
    Mau, Jasmine | JR | 25 || 50 Free | 24 | 22.96 | 616 || 100 Fly | 16 | 54.14 | 611 || 200 Fly | 14 | 1:59.51 | 607
    Cacao, Alexa | SO | 15 || 1 mtr Diving | 21 | 218.35 || 3 mtr Diving | 20 | 211.05 || Platform Diving | 19 | 183.05
    Light, Aislinn | FR | 12 || 50 Free | 50 | 23.95 | 421 || 100 Back | 18 | 54.69 | 582 || 200 Back | 20 | 1:58.55 | 581
    Lund, Anina | FR | 8 || 500 Free | 30 | 4:51.64 | 575 || 200 Free | 21 | 1:47.80 | 626 || 1650 Free | 21 | 16:48.38 | 493
    Diliberto, Mia | FR | 6 || 1 mtr Diving | 19 | 224.9 || 3 mtr Diving | 26 | 182.45 || Platform Diving | 27 | 153.9
    Reeves, Rachel | FR | 5 || 1 mtr Diving | 29 | 168.6 || 3 mtr Diving | 22 | 200 || Platform Diving | 23 | 169.55
    Buckley, Alexa | FR | 4 || 200 IM | 34 | 2:06.01 | 432 || 100 Breast | 21 | 1:02.51 | 582 || 200 Breast | 30 | 2:18.8 | 478
    Campbell, Jenna | SO | 2 || 500 Free | 37 | 4:53.73 | 543 || 200 Free | 23 | 1:48.44 | 600 || 200 Fly | 25 | 2:02.64 | 495


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    https://swimswam.com/official-psych-...s-ncaa-champs/

    Official psych sheet for NCAAs. Some interesting twists:

    -Abbey scheduled to swim 50/100/200 Frees as individual events. Thought she might skip the 200 Free individual (2 tough swims in her weakest event) on the same day as the 200 Medley Relay (Breast or Free leg) in order to swim all five relays.

    -Maddie swimming the 50 Free and 100 Fly. Has a B cut in the 100 Free, but skipping it. Likely saving energy for the 400 Free Relay.

    -Hull swimming only the 50 Free. Has B cuts in the 100/200 Frees, but not swimming as individual events.

    -Chenoa swimming 500/1650. Has a B cut in the 400 IM, but skipping to conserve energy for the 1650 the next day. Teri must think Chenoa has a chance to score in the 1650.
    Last edited by BearDevil; 03-01-2017 at 12:46 PM.

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    2017 NCAA Division I Championship qualifying swimmers announced



    INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Committee announced today the swimmers who qualified for the 2017 NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championships. The championships will be held March 15-18 at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis and Indiana Sports Corp will serve as co-hosts.

    A total of 322 participants (281 swimmers and 41 divers) will compete in the championships. Swimmers qualified for the championships by meeting the established minimum time for the events in which they entered. Divers will be determined by performances at the Zone Diving Meets held March 6-11. The complete list of swimmers competing in the championships is available at www.usaswimming.org/ncaa. Selected divers will be announced Sunday, March 12.


    ESPN3.com will stream the championships finals sessions live on Friday and Saturday. Wednesday's evening session, Thursday's sessions along with the morning sessions on Friday and Saturday will be streamed live on NCAA.com and indianasportscorp.org/ncaasd. Additionally, ESPNU will air a two-hour broadcast via tape delay at 7 p.m. Eastern time, Tuesday, March 28. Live results for the championships will be available on NCAA.com.


    http://www.ncaa.com/news/swimming-wo...caa-division-i


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    Name Swimmer Gender Elig.Year
    • Invited Event - Selected Time
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    • Eligible Event - Time


    Baker, Kathleen F Sophomore
    • 200 IM SCY - 1:52.74
    • 100 BK SCY - 50.27
    • 200 BK SCY - 1:48.33


    Bilquist, Amy F Sophomore
    • 50 FR SCY - 22.04
    • 100 BK SCY - 50.85
    • 200 BK SCY - 1:50.06


    Blovad, Keaton F Freshman
    • 200 IM SCY - 1:57.21
    • 100 BK SCY - 52.41
    • 200 BK SCY - 1:54.00


    Devine, Chenoa F Freshman
    • 500 FR SCY - 4:41.19
    • 1650 FR SCY - 16:08.16
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    • 400 IM SCY - 4:14.04


    Garcia Urzainqui, Marina F Senior
    • 100 BR SCY - 59.86
    • 200 BR SCY - 2:08.42
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    • 200 IM SCY - 1:59.62


    Hull, Valerie F Junior
    • 50 FR SCY - 22.22
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    • 200 FR SCY - 1:47.33
    • 100 FR SCY - 48.66



    Li, Celina F Senior
    • 200 IM SCY - 1:56.25
    • 400 IM SCY - 4:06.76
    • 200 FL SCY - 1:56.35


    McLaughlin, Kathryn F Sophomore
    • 500 FR SCY - 4:36.04
    • 200 FR SCY - 1:43.75
    • 200 FL SCY - 1:53.29


    Murphy, Maddie F Freshman
    • 50 FR SCY - 21.96
    • 100 FL SCY - 51.62
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    • 100 FR SCY - 48.72


    Osman, Farida F Senior
    • 50 FR SCY - 21.49
    • 100 FL SCY - 50.40
    • 100 FR SCY - 47.36


    Thomas, Noemie F Junior
    • 100 FL SCY - 50.44
    • 200 FL SCY - 1:53.77
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    • 50 FR - 22.42


    Vredeveld, Kristen F Senior
    • 50 FR SCY - 22.12
    • 200 FR SCY - 1:43.66
    • 100 FR SCY - 48.14


    Weitzeil, Abbigail F Freshman
    • 50 FR SCY - 21.40
    • 200 FR SCY - 1:44.85
    • 100 FR SCY - 47.22


    Cal - Total Number of Selected Swimmers: 13


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    Last edited by UrsusArctosCalifornicus; 03-01-2017 at 02:57 PM. Reason: additional qualified events - thx 4 the reminder, Husmo! :)

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    NCAA D1 WOMEN PERFORMANCE AT NATIONALS VS SEED TIME

    Now that the NCAA has released the official psych sheet, it’s time to start speculating about how times will change at the actual meet in a few weeks. A team having a good meet or bad meet can drastically alter the team race (for example Georgia’s great performance last year). While no team is likely to catch Stanford, who is ranked 151 points ahead of second place California on the pre-selection psych sheet, there are as many as 6 teams that can plausibly get 3rd.

    https://swimswam.com/ncaa-d1-women-p...-vs-seed-time/


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    Quote Originally Posted by BearDevil View Post
    https://swimswam.com/official-psych-...s-ncaa-champs/

    Official psych sheet for NCAAs. Some interesting twists:

    -Abbey scheduled to swim 50/100/200 Frees as individual events. Thought she might skip the 200 Free individual (2 tough swims in her weakest event) on the same day as the 200 Medley Relay (Breast or Free leg).

    -Maddie swimming the 50 Free and 100 Fly. Has a B cut in the 100 Free, but skipping it. Likely saving energy for the 400 Free Relay.

    -Hull swimming only the 50 Free. Has B cuts in the 100/200 Frees, but not swimming as individual events.

    -Chenoa swimming 500/1650. Has a B cut in the 400 IM, but skipping to conserve energy for the 1650 the next day. Teri must think Chenoa has a chance to score in the 1650.
    Sorry BD, didn't catch your post & analysis above when I had put up the NCAA release originally...oops!
    Last edited by UrsusArctosCalifornicus; 03-07-2017 at 11:37 AM. Reason: SwimSwam

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    BD, I think you are looking only at the invited entrants - above the line - not the swimmers who will add events by virtue of having B cuts in events other than their invited events. If you look again you will see their names under the line on the psych sheet.

    Also, Teri can make the decision on five or four relays for AW at the meet as long as she adheres to the scratch deadlines for the individual events.

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    Thanks, Husmo. Hull's program didn't make any sense otherwise. Cut it way too close on Hull's invite. Any insight into why Teri didn't use the last chance to goose Hull's time and improve others' seeds?

    Schedule doesn't work all that well for Abbey. Can use KV on the 800 Free Relay, but would also be another data point on whether to scratch Abbey from the individual 200 Free. More valuable to the Bears in the 200 Medley than the 800 Free.

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    2017 NCAA Diving qualifications - 3 metre springboard

    Quote Originally Posted by OBear073akaSMFan View Post
    CAL TRIO HEADS TO ZONE DIVING MEET




    Three Golden Bear divers will take their shots at qualifying for the NCAA Championships when they head to Flagstaff, Arizona, for the Zone E Championships March 6-8. Senior Hayden Tavoda, sophomore Phoebe LaMay and freshman Connor Callahan will compete in all three events – 1-meter, 3-meter and platform.

    Best of luck to the divers!
    For live coverage : https://secure.meetcontrol.com/divem...stem/index.php

    From my limited understanding of the rather involved rules on the diving qualifications for NCAAs, looks like Phoebe's in after having finished @ #7 in the 3m competition just now! Had a great score on her last dive!


    Bears entering 2 divers in the NCAA Zone E qualifying champs on the women's side this year, v. 4 last season (Phoebe had qualified via the 1m event back then).


    Pair of furdettes qualified (Olympian Cook @ #3...freshman Farnsworth squeaking in as the final qualifier @ #9).


    Unofficial Statistics

    Women 3m Championship (6 Dives) (Final)

    Place | Score | DiverName | EventAvgScore | AvgRoundScore |
    1 | 756.65 | Maria Polyakova (UCLA) | 7.42 | 66.46
    2 | 737.00 | Sharae Zheng (NEV) | 7.39 | 66.48
    3 | 653.75 | Kassidy Cook (STAN) | 5.78 | 48.53
    4 | 620.35 | Karla Contreras (WYO) | 6.06 | 51.52
    5 | 620.05 | Annika Lenz (UCLA) | 6.47 | 53.27
    6 | 606.90 | Alexandra Caplan (SDSU) | 5.75 | 48.35
    7 | 599.00 | Phoebe Lamay (CAL) | 6.22 | 51.09
    8 | 598.95 | Ciara Monahan (UCLA) | 6.14 | 50.58
    9 | 598.15 | Haley Farnsworth (STAN) | 6.19 | 50.62
    10 | 592.95 | Karolyn Loftus (ARIZ) | 6.19 | 49.01
    11 | 591.75 | Sally Hackett (ARIZ) | 6.50 | 50.47
    12 | 582.80 | Madison Sthamann (HAWA) | 6.22 | 49.22
    13 | 578.70 | Madison Witt (USC) | 6.42 | 50.05
    14 | 570.60 | Katerina Friese (UCLA) | 6.08 | 47.40
    15 | 568.90 | Carly Souza (USC) | 6.06 | 47.85
    16 | 564.30 | Amanda Casillas (UTAH) | 5.56 | 46.36
    17 | 559.80 | Rebecca Deacon (ASU) | 5.86 | 46.32
    18 | 553.05 | Tamara Shmitova (NEV) | 5.58 | 45.67


    https://secure.meetcontrol.com/divem...160-9-Finished


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    Hayden, Connor, Phoebe



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    UPDATE: Connor also got in via the 1m (7th) on the men's side, yay!!


    STANFORD WOMEN QUALIFY 2 DIVERS, CAL WOMEN 1 AT ZONE E DAY 1


    https://swimswam.com/stanford-women-...-zone-e-day-1/


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    Last edited by UrsusArctosCalifornicus; 03-06-2017 at 07:23 PM. Reason: SwimSwam

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    https://swimswam.com/projecting-fiel...championships/

    Not official, but looks like 17 swimmers plus 1 diver for NCAAs. Connor and a few swimmers won't score, but Durden's roster is pretty close to ideal. Zero holes on relays with multiple back ups. Would be great to have 17 swimmers and 2 divers score (hoping for Norman, Lileikis, and Finn to be healthy in 2018). Added bonus that Takahashi gets in over Pat Forde's kid.
    Last edited by BearDevil; 03-07-2017 at 06:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BearDevil View Post
    https://swimswam.com/projecting-fiel...championships/

    Not official, but looks like 17 swimmers plus 1 diver for NCAAs. Connor and a few swimmers won't score, but Durden's roster is pretty close to ideal. Zero holes on relays with multiple back ups. Would be great to have 17 swimmers and 2 divers score (hoping for Norman, Lileikis, and Finn to be healthy in 2018). Added bonus that Takahashi gets in over Pat Forde's kid.
    Breakdown for the Bros, from BD's above linked article:

    NAME | TEAM | TIME | EVENT | LINE
    Seliskar, Andrew | California | 1:41.24 | 200 IM | 1
    Murphy, Ryan | California | 44.61 | 100 Backstroke | 1
    Quah, Zheng | California | 1:40.36 | 200 Butterfly | 2
    Josa, Matthew | California | 45.41 | 100 Butterfly | 8
    Sendyk, Pawel | California | 19.1 | 50 Freestyle | 9
    Lynch, Justin | California | 45.47 | 100 Butterfly | 9
    Thomas, Mike | California | 1:41.83 | 200 Butterfly | 12
    Cobleigh, Hunter | California | 1:53.51 | 200 Breaststroke | 13
    Gutierrez, Long | California | 1:33.44 | 200 Freestyle | 14
    Hoppe, Connor | California | 52.29 | 100 Breaststroke | 16
    Whittle, Matt | California | 1:53.82 | 200 Breaststroke | 17
    Jensen, Michael | California | 19.36 | 50 Freestyle | 20
    Norman, Nick | California | 14:51.89 | 1650 Freestyle | 20
    Xie, Jack | California | 1:43.04 | 200 Butterfly | 25
    Kao, Ryan | California | 4:16.17 | 500 Freestyle | 26
    Sand, Carson | California | 52.61 | 100 Breaststroke | 26
    Takahashi, Ken | California | 3:44.92 | 400 IM | 29


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    More from SwimSwam:

    PRE-SELECTION ENTRY LISTS FOR 2017 MEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS REVEALED

    The pre-selection entry list for the 2017 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships is out, giving us a first look at possible NCAA swimmer, and event, choices. While this sheet doesn’t tell us who has been invited to the championship, SwimSwam’s Andrew Mering has projected the field here, which shows that everyone ranked 29th or higher in an event will go, as well as the first 2 swimmers from the 30 line. Once invited individually, a swimmer is eligible to swim any other event in which he has at least a “B” cut, regardless of where he’s ranked in those other events.

    For these lists, coaches were required to specify the 3 events in which they hope to enter their swimmers, though they were not required to cut down to the roster limit of 18. Even once the selection sheets are revealed (likely Tuesday), they could still be impacted by illness, injury, or teams adding divers to their NCAA rosters and going over the 18-swimmer limit.

    The Cal men lead the way with 17 qualifiers, and already have had a diver earn a spot at NCAAs. That doesn’t require them to have to cut anyone yet, but if they were to qualify 2 more (divers only count as half of a roster spot), they’d have a decision to make. Texas, meanwhile, the presumptive NCAA favorites, only have 15 qualified this season, which is down from the 17 swimmers qualified last year.

    Teams also have the option to bring un-invited relay only swimmers to the meet, which impacts their roster limits. Cal won’t be able to do so without making a cut elsewhere.

    Teams with double digit invites are below.

    Cal – 17
    • Texas – 15
    • Stanford – 14
    • Florida – 13
    • Auburn – 11
    • Louisville – 10
    • NC State – 10
    • USC – 10
    • Georgia – 10


    https://swimswam.com/pre-selection-e...hips-revealed/


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    NC STATE LEADS THE SCORED NCAA PRE SELECTION PSYCH SHEET

    Unlike the women’s meet, where Stanford is way ahead on the psych sheet, the men’s psych sheet has 5 teams within 50 points of first place. NC State leads the pack with 339 points followed by Texas with 329, California with 311, Florida with 302, and Indiana with 291. It’s worth noting that last year Texas was seeded only 31 points ahead of NC State and won the meet by 190.5 points. NC State dropped 63 points and Texas added 133.5.

    TEAM | SCORE
    1 | NC State | 339
    2 | Texas | 329
    3 | California | 311
    4 | Florida | 302
    5 | Indiana | 291
    6 | Louisville | 177
    7 | Stanford | 167
    7 | Alabama | 167
    9 | Arizona State | 151
    10 | Southern Cali | 149
    11 | Ohio St | 148
    12 | Michigan | 146
    13 | University of Georgia | 121
    14 | Missouri | 112
    15 | Auburn | 100


    https://swimswam.com/nc-state-leads-...n-psych-sheet/


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    CAL’S LONG GUTIERREZ STICKING TO FREESTYLE, NO 100 FLY-200 FREE DOUBLE


    NCAA men’s championships pre-selection sheets Cal’s Long Gutierrez has entered in the 50 free, 200 free, and 100 free for NCAAs,... Archive Photo via Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com


    https://swimswam.com/cals-long-gutie...0-free-double/


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  15. #15

    2017 NCAA W. Diving qualifications - 1 metre springboard (Phoebe in)


    Phoebe has placed 6th in the 1m finals, earning her 2nd NCAA diving qualification spot!

    Hayden did well to get into this afternoon's finals, finishing in the 14th spot. Believe the top 11 finalists will be going on to NCs next week.

    Same furdette pair of Cook (#3) & Farnsworth (#8) also in.


    Unofficial Statistics

    Women 1m Championship (6 Dives) (Final)

    Place | Score | DiverName | EventAvgScore | AvgRoundScore
    1 | 656.15 | Maria Polyakova (UCLA) | 7.64 | 56.51
    2 | 652.60 | Sharae Zheng (NEV) | 7.36 | 54.42
    3 | 628.20 | Kassidy Cook (STAN) | 7.36 | 53.38
    4 | 589.15 | Eloise Belanger (UCLA) | 6.86 | 50.65
    5 | 581.20 | Karla Contreras (WYO) | 6.64 | 47.96
    6 | 579.65 | Phoebe Lamay (CAL) | 6.64 | 49.18
    7 | 565.90 | Tatiana Kurach (NAZU) | 6.44 | 48.35
    8 | 564.95 | Haley Farnsworth (STAN) | 6.47 | 47.86
    9 | 560.40 | Amanda Casillas (UTAH) | 6.53 | 48.25
    10 | 559.85 | Ciara Monahan (UCLA) | 6.53 | 48.28
    11 | 555.25 | Sally Hackett (ARIZ) | 6.61 | 46.30
    12 | 552.00 | Annika Lenz (UCLA) | 6.58 | 47.40
    13 | 547.70 | Alexandra Caplan (SDSU) | 6.58 | 48.62
    14 | 530.15 | Hayden Tavoda (CAL) | 6.11 | 44.43
    15 | 524.75 | Karli Kriewall (BSU) | 6.17 | 44.49
    16 | 520.00 | Zoe Lei (NEV) | 6.14 | 44.11
    17 | 517.10 | Cari Reiswig (SJSU) | 5.78 | 43.06
    18 | 516.15 | Kaitlin Costello (ARIZ) | 5.97 | 41.90


    https://secure.meetcontrol.com/divem...140-9-Finished


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