08, Different Movies from Texas First Probability Meet

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08, Other Videos from Texas First Chance Meet

Texas, Texas A&M, Southern Methodist College

  • October 16-17, 2020
  • Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Middle, Austin, TX
  • 25 yards
  • Unscored
  • Dwell Outcomes (Additionally on Meet Cell as “2020 ST TEX First Chance Meet”)
  • Day 1 Outcomes

Whereas this weekend’s meet between Texas, Texas A&M, and Southern Methodist males isn’t the one school swimming occurring this weekend, it’s shaping as much as be the quickest occasion, as we’re anticipating many swimmers to be suited up and chasing after early NCAA cuts.

Assuming we’re in a position to get dwell outcomes, we’ll maintain you up to date with event-by-event outcomes and evaluation this night.

100 Again

  1. Shaine Casas, Texas A&M – 44.40
  2. Alvin Jiang, Texas – 45.92
  3. Chris Staka, Texas – 48.21

Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas put up an announcement swim early, blasting a 44.40 that shaved 0.08s off of his lifetime finest and established a brand new Aggie report. Casas nonetheless ranks #9 all-time within the occasion. Texas senior Alvin Jiang was a few second shy of his lifetime better of 44.95, however his time of 45.92 continues to be quicker than the 46.2 it took to qualify for NCAAs on this occasion final 12 months.

100 Breast

  1. Caspar Corbeau, Texas – 51.96
  2. Andres Puente, Texas A&M – 52.55
  3. Charlie Scheinfeld, Texas – 53.32

Texas sophomore Caspar Corbeau paced the sector with a 51.96, about half a second off his lifetime finest from final November. Corbeau would’ve been seeded eighth on this occasion with a 51.46 had the 2020 NCAA Championships occurred. The Aggies’ Andres Puente took 2nd with a 52.55, proper in regards to the time it took to qualify for the 2020 NCAAs, and about three-tenths of a second shy of his lifetime finest.

200 Fly

  1. Sam Pomajevich, Texas – 1:42.93
  2. Coby Carrozza, Texas – 1:43.37
  3. Ethan Tougher, Texas – 1:43.78

The Longhorns swept the highest 5 spots on this occasion, led by senior Sam Pomajevich with a time of 1:42.93. Pomajevich’s lifetime better of 1:39.35 from final season places him within the prime ten all-time on this occasion. Freshman Coby Carrozza knocked almost a complete second off of his earlier lifetime better of 1:44.28, taking 2nd in 1:43.37, placing him inside a few tenths of what it took to make NCAAs final season. Sophomore Ethan Tougher centered totally on the 200 again final season, however his time of 1:43.78 is just some tenths slower than his lifetime better of 1:43.51.

50 Free

  1. Daniel Krueger, Texas – 19.16
  2. Kaloyan Bratanov, Texas A&M – 19.86
  3. Jake Sannem, Texas – 20.09

Texas saved the win streak going due to junior Daniel Krueger, whose time of 19.16 offers him a brand new private finest by 0.03s. Aggie Okayaloyan Bratanov was the one different man below 20.0, touching in 19.86, lower than a tenth of a second slower than finest time of 19.78. We didn’t see a lot of Jake Sannem final season, however he took third right here with a 20.09.

500 Free

  1. Drew Kibler, Texas – 4:08.26
  2. JohnThomas Larson, Texas – 4:15.80
  3. Mark Theall, Texas A&M – 4:20.01

Longhorn junior Drew Kibler moved as much as #Four all-time on this occasion, decreasing his private finest by almost three seconds together with his time of 4:08.26. Kibler’s earlier better of 4:11.19 got here from final 12 months’s Minnesota Invite.

Place Swimmer Time
1 Kieran Smith 4:06.32
2 Zane Grothe 4:07.25
3 Townley Haas 4:08.19
4 Drew Kibler 4:08.26
5 Clark Smith 4:08.42
6 Peter Vanderkaay 4:08.54
7 Tom Dolan 4:08.75
8 Jean Basson 4:08.92
9 Felix Auboeck 4:08.95
10 Anton Ipsen 4:09.13

 

400 IM

  1. Carson Foster, Texas – 3:35.27
  2. Shaine Casas, Texas A&M – 3:38.22
  3. Jake Foster, Texas – 3:43.30

Whereas there was some quick swimming up up to now, this will have been the marquee occasion of the night, as Casas was in lane 4, flanked by the Foster brothers. Casas touched simply forward of Foster on the first 50, however Foster rapidly took over from there, and by the point the mud had settled, he’d touched the wall first, obliterating the Texas faculty report and the 17-18 Nationwide Age Group report, and shifting to #2 all-time, together with his time of three:35.27.

Casas took 2nd in 3:38.22, his 2nd-fastest swim ever, whereas Texas sophomore Jake Foster completed third in 3:43.30, his 4th-fastest time ever.


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