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Thread: 2017 Pac-12 Swimming & Diving Champs (Men's)

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    Really great thread, thanks.

    Thought it was reported that Lileikis had a shoulder injury? Is he still eligible for a medical blueshirt?

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    Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 15

    1. Stanford University 588
    2. Univ of California, Berkeley 523
    3. University of Southern Calif 494
    4. Arizona State University 373
    5. Arizona, University of 246
    6. Utah, University of 167

    http://results.teamunify.com/pnws2/

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    Results from day 4 prelims.

    Quote Originally Posted by oskirules View Post
    Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 15

    1. Stanford University 588
    2. Univ of California, Berkeley 523
    3. University of Southern Calif 494
    4. Arizona State University 373
    5. Arizona, University of 246
    6. Utah, University of 167

    http://results.teamunify.com/pnws2/
    Cal 12up/4 down and furds 6/4 excluding the 1650 & the 400 free relays. Furds could go 1 & 2 and good possibility get a 3rd into the final 8. Per swimswam the meet will be close but 65 pts seems to be a lot to makeup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBear073akaSMFan View Post
    Cal 12up/4 down and furds 6/4 excluding the 1650 & the 400 free relays. Furds could go 1 & 2 and good possibility get a 3rd into the final 8. Per swimswam the meet will be close but 65 pts seems to be a lot to makeup.
    2017 M. PAC-12 UP/DOWN: CAL, STANFORD NECK-AND-NECK INTO FINAL SESSION


    (UPS/DOWNS) | 200 BACK | 100 FREE | 200 BREAST | 200 FLY | TOTAL | PRELIMS POINT ESTIMATE | CURRENT POINT TOTAL* | TOTAL POINT ESTIMATE+

    Cal | 2/0/0 | 2/3/0 | 4/1/0 | 4/0/0 | 12/4/0 | 195.50 | 523 | 718.5
    Stanford | 2/2/0 | 1/0/0 | 1/1/0 | 2/1/0 | 6/4/0 | 107.00 | 588 | 695
    USC | 1/1/0 | 2/2/0 | 2/2/0 | 0/4/0 | 5/9/0 | 115.38 | 494 | 609.38
    Arizona State | 1/1/0 | 2/1/0 | 1/2/0 | 1/0/0 | 5/4/0 | 92.25 | 373 | 465.25
    Arizona | 1/2/0 | 1/1/0 | 0/1/0 | 1/2/0 | 3/6/0 | 72.00 | 246 | 318
    Utah | 1/2/0 | 0/1/0 | 0/1/0 | 0/1/0 | 1/5/0 | 37.88 | 167 | 204.88

    *ALL diving events have already concluded, so total scores include last nightís relays and ALL diving events.
    +Does not include tonightís relay


    https://swimswam.com/2017-m-pac-12-u...neck-and-neck/

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    Great posts by all you Bear fans! I just read the ASU Men's roster--- and no one can deny the great job by their coaching staff this year---but ASU graduates 10 seniors which is quite a lot. Looking at the 2017 incoming class ASU, has one hot shot coming in but not too many other highly rated prospects. So what I think will happen is ASU will get some transfers from other good S&D programs, also enroll some foreign swimmers and possibly a "ringer or two" from a Community College program as they did with Tandy whose then coach at Indian River Community College now is on the ASU staff. I think it's great to have another top squad added to the PAC12 trio of Cal, Stanford and USC. Also, UofA is recruiting well, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longseeker View Post
    Great posts by all you Bear fans! I just read the ASU Men's roster--- and no one can deny the great job by their coaching staff this year---but ASU graduates 10 seniors which is quite a lot. Looking at the 2017 incoming class ASU, has one hot shot coming in but not too many other highly rated prospects. So what I think will happen is ASU will get some transfers from other good S&D programs, also enroll some foreign swimmers and possibly a "ringer or two" from a Community College program as they did with Tandy whose then coach at Indian River Community College now is on the ASU staff. I think it's great to have another top squad added to the PAC12 trio of Cal, Stanford and USC. Also, UofA is recruiting well, too.
    ASU return a stud in freshmen, Cameron Craig, winning the 100 & 200 fr and anchoring their victories 400fr relay tonight. Not sure what other individuals he swam but also swam anchors in 200fr and 400 MR. Did we recruit him at all? Think he is from Missouri.

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    Looks like Xie (25th in the 200 Fly) and Kao (27th in the 500) are in. That makes 15 invites. Takahashi is agonizingly close (30th in the 400 IM), but likely out barring a time trial or unless somebody opts out. Silverthorn (35th in 200 Breast), Song (42nd in 200 Back), and Coan (43rd in 200 Free) didn't make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BearDevil View Post
    Looks like Xie (25th in the 200 Fly) and Kao (27th in the 500) are in. That makes 15 invites. Takahashi is agonizingly close (30th in the 400 IM), but likely out barring a time trial or unless somebody opts out. Silverthorn (35th in 200 Breast), Song (42nd in 200 Back), and Coan (43rd in 200 Free) didn't make it.
    Per BeaverBear Zheng Wen Quah in. Now up to 16 invites.
    Calís Zheng Wen Quah Swims 1:40 200 Fly on 1st Day of NCAA Eligibility

    https://swimswam.com/cals-zheng-wen-...a-eligibility/

    45 days flew by quickly. Assuming that the clock started on Tuesday, January 17 (first day of classes), he would have missed the entry deadline for the Pac-12 championships, but snuck in for the last chance meet (AKA, Pac-12 Invitational) today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBear073akaSMFan View Post
    Per BeaverBear Zheng Wen Quah in. Now up to 16 invites.
    USA Swimming has updated their database including the last chance meets. Takahashi moved down to 31, so out barring 2-3 scratches. If Norman's healthy, he's in. Lileikis' health is moot since he doesn't have any invited times. Hopefully gets a medical blueshirt.

    Definitely room for Callahan if he qualifies. No need for a relay only swimmer since Murphy, Thomas, QZW, Hoppe, Sand, Cobleigh, Seliskar, Lynch, Jensen, Pawel, and Long cover all possible relay options.
    Last edited by BearDevil; 03-05-2017 at 05:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBear073akaSMFan View Post
    ASU return a stud in freshmen, Cameron Craig, winning the 100 & 200 fr and anchoring their victories 400fr relay tonight. Not sure what other individuals he swam but also swam anchors in 200fr and 400 MR. Did we recruit him at all? Think he is from Missouri.
    Add Harvard's Dean Farris to the list of impressive freshmen swimmers. Fourth in the 200 Free and a B finalist in the 200 Back. Craig's coached by Bob Bowman, but Ivy swimmers have academic and athletic restrictions that make DF's performance even more impressive. May be the next Chuck Katis.

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    Day 4 prelims

    Oops wrong thread. Both threads title kind of similar but you would have thought after 3 days I would had figured it out. Thank goodness last day of getting up earlier.
    Last edited by OBear073akaSMFan; 03-25-2017 at 08:57 AM.




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