Sports activities |Day 4 Finals Dwell Recap

Sports activities | Day 4 Finals Dwell Recap


Day 4 Finals Warmth Sheets

Effectively mates, that is it: the final session of the 2024 Males’s Division I NCAA Championships. Let’s not cry as a result of it’s over, however smile as a result of it occurred–and since we nonetheless have another session of racing to go.

Order of Occasions:

  • 1650 freestyle — quickest warmth (high seed: Zalan Sarkany, Arizona State — 14:23.01)
  • 200 backstroke (high seed: Destin Lasco, Cal — 1:36.05)
  • 100 freestyle (high seed: Jordan Crooks, Tennessee — 40.54)
  • 200 breaststroke (high seed: Matt Fallon, Penn — 1:49.36)
  • 200 butterfly (high seed: Dare Rose, Cal — 1:39.52)
  • Platform diving (high seed: Carson Tyler, Indiana — 465.20 factors)
  • 400 freestyle relay (high seed: Arizona State — 2:44.23)

We’ll get underway with the quickest warmth of the 1650 freestyle. SMU fifth-year Jack Hoagland is the chief within the clubhouse after a strong 14:39.19 within the early heats. The highest 5 males within the quickest warmth have been quicker than that already this season however he nonetheless tasks to attain extremely for the Mustangs in a 3rd occasion this week.

Zalan Sarkany is available in as the highest seed, however he’s going to have his palms full with Charlie Clark, in addition to a pair of Wolfpack swimmers (Ross Dant and Owen Lloyd) and Gator swimmers (Andrew Taylor and Gio Linscheer). Dant completed second final 12 months, simply lacking cracking the 14:30 barrier. In the meantime, Lloyd is on a revenge tour after the drama at ACCs.

Destin Lasco took down the 200 backstroke pool file throughout prelims this morning and coming simply .18 seconds from his personal American file. Lasco is the two-time defending champion on this occasion and has seemed robust all meet. He comes into the ultimate virtually a second forward of NCAA file holder Hubert Kos, who leads a quartet of 1:37s from this morning in 1:37.03. Kos has been barely off his PAC-12 instances this week, so we’ll have to attend and see whether or not this shall be a real battle between the pair or if Lasco’s going to steal the present.

Then we’ve received what could change into the race of the meet within the 100 freestyle. Jordan Crooks, Josh Liendo, Chris Guilianoand Jack Alexy all turned in 40-points throughout prelims. Crooks earned lane 4 by crushing a 40.54 private greatest, vaulting as much as #3 performer all-time. He’s sandwiched between Liendo and Guiliano on that checklist. They’ll be joined by Alexy (who additionally swam a PB this morning) as they attempt to win a nationwide title and probably crack the 40 second barrier.

Leon Marchand is again up for his third particular person occasion of the meet within the 200 breaststroke. He’s the NCAA file holder and really clearly hit the brakes throughout prelims. He heads into the ultimate because the third seed behind high seed Matt Fallon–who was simply off his season-best this morning–and his teammate David Schlicht. Newly minted 100 breast NCAA file holder Liam Bell is within the combine right here as properly. The Solar Devils and Golden Bear will do their greatest to carry off Fallon and his unimaginable back-half.

The ultimate particular person race of the meet is the 200 butterfly. Dare Rose swam 1:39.52 to steer the sector, barely forward of freshman Ilya Kharun, who additionally dipped underneath 1:40 (1:39.89). We’ll see a number of program pairs right here: Cal, NC State, and Indiana all put two swimmers into the ‘A’ remaining. There are additionally two former champions within the area: 2023 champ Aiden Hayes and 2022 champ Brendan Burns. Burns shall be in lane 8, as soon as once more hoping to be the skin smoke like he was in final night time’s 100 again. It’ll be his second ‘A’ remaining of the session as he’s racing the 200 again on the high of the session as properly.

1650 Yard Freestyle — Timed Last

  • NCAA Document: 14:12.08 — Bobby Finke, Florida (2020)
  • Meet Document: 14:12.52 — Bobby Finke, Florida (2021)
  • American Document: 14:12.08 — Bobby Finke, Florida (2020)
  • U.S. Open Document: 14:12.08 — Bobby Finke, Florida (2020)
  • Pool Document: 14:22.41 — Clark Smith, Texas (2017)
  • 2023 Champion: 14:28.94 — Will Gallant, NC State

Prime 8: 

  1. Zalan Sarkany (Arizona State) — 14:30.57
  2. Gio Linscheer (Florida) — 14:36.01
  3. Andrew Taylor (Florida) — 14:37.80
  4. Krzysztof Chmielewski (USC) — 14:39.10
  5. Owen Lloyd (NC State) — 14:39.18
  6. Jack Hoagland (SMU) — 14:39.19
  7. Bar Soloveychik (Minnesota) — 14:41.40
  8. Ilia Sibirtsev (Louisville) — 14:41.87

This race was all Zalan Sarkany’s. He hasn’t had the very best meet this week, however saved one thing particular for tonight, taking the win within the 1650 freestyle. Sarkany swam away in the beginning of the race, flipping on the 500 in X. He continued to construct his lead over the center 500, and turned on the 1000 cut up about seven seconds forward of Krzysztof Chmielewski, who was working second. This occasion is a part of Chmielewski’s “Brooks Fail particular” as he’s following within the footsteps of the Arizona Wildcat and taking over the 1650 free/200 fly double. 

Sarkany remained within the lead for the remainder of the race however issues started to get attention-grabbing within the race for second. After the 1000, Gio Linscheer started to reel Chmiekiewski in and handed him. Throughout the pool, his Gator teammate Andrew Taylor started to do the identical, getting forward of the Trojan with about 100 yards to go. 

Sarkany was off his greatest from earlier this season however nonetheless claimed his first NCAA title with a 14:30.57. The Gators, each of whom swam private greatest instances, went 2-3 choosing up massive factors for Florida after they’d a tricky prelims session. Taylor, a freshman, received SECs from the early heats, and confirmed right here that he was in a position to cling within the massive warmth. His third place end can be (so far) the highest-placed end from a freshman. 

Chmielewski held on for 4th place, beating Owen Lloyd by simply eight-hundredths. For his half, Lloyd swam a 14:39.18, which stands as a brand new private greatest however is off the 14:37.04 he swam to win ACCs earlier than being disqualified. He received his hand on the wall only a hundredth forward of Hoagland’s time from the early heats, so the SMU fifth-year finishes sixth in 14:39.19.

200 Yard Backstroke — Last

  • NCAA Document: 1:35.69 – Hubert Kos, Arizona State (2024)
  • Meet Document: 1:35.73 – Ryan Murphy, Cal (2016)
  • American Document: 1:35.73 – Ryan Murphy, Cal (2016)
  • U.S. Open Document: 1:35.69 – Hubert Kos, Arizona State (2024)
  • Pool Document: 1:36.05 – Destin Lasco, Cal (2024)
  • 2023 Champion: Destin Lasco (Cal) – 1:35.87

Prime 8:

  1. Destin Lasco (Cal) — 1:35.37 *NCAA, Meet, American, U.S. Open, Pool Document*
  2. Hubert Kos (Arizona State) — 1:35.90
  3. Owen McDonald (Arizona State) — 1:36.63
  4. Jonny Marshall (Florida) — 1:37.04
  5. Kacper Stokowski (NC State) — 1:38.15
  6. Bradley Dunham (Georgia) — 1:38.43
  7. Brendan Burns (Indiana) — 1:38.62
  8. Tommy Janton (Notre Dame) — 1:40.25

“I’ve been attempting to find that file for the final 4 years,” Destin Lasco advised the gang in his post-race interview. He’s come near the NCAA file–when it was fellow Cal Bear Ryan Murphy’s— a number of instances. But it surely eluded him, whilst he received two-straight 200 backstroke titles. Hubert Kos received to Murphy’s mark first at PAC-12s, breaking it with a 1:35.69.

As we’ve seen him do earlier than, Lasco waited till the again half to make his transfer right here within the championship remaining. Freshman Jonny Marshall, the SEC champion, turned first on the 100 in 46.79–the one out underneath 47 seconds. Lasco turned on the jets through the third 50, splitting a field-best 23.89 to seize the lead.

There was no containing him after that: he closed in 24.01 to win his third-straight 200 again title and eventually put his identify on the NCAA file in a blazing 1:35.37.

Hubert Kos moved up from third on the 150-yard mark into second, getting underneath 1:36 once more in 1:35.90. His teammate Owen McDonald earned third in a private greatest 1:36.63, leaping forward of Marshall for seventh all-time per USA Swimming. This is similar high three because the 200 IM, simply with Kos and McDonald flipped.

Marshall held on for 4th in 1:37.04.

Aidan Stoffle received the ‘B’ remaining for the second 12 months in a row in a private greatest 1:38.36 to shut out his particular person NCAA profession.

100 Yard Freestyle — Last

  • NCAA Document: 39.90 – Caeleb Dressel, Florida (2018)
  • Meet Document: 39.90 – Caeleb Dressel, Florida (2018)
  • American Document: 39.90 – Caeleb Dressel, Florida (2018)
  • U.S. Open Document: 39.90 – Caeleb Dressel, Florida (2018)
  • Pool Document: 40.00 – Caeleb Dressel, Florida (2017)
  • 2023 Champion: Josh Liendo (Florida) – 40.28

Prime 8:

  1. Josh Liendo (Florida) — 40.20
  2. Gui Caribe (Tennessee) — 40.55
  3. Jack Alexy (Cal) — 40.59
  4. Jordan Crooks (Tennessee) — 40.61
  5. Chris Guiliano (Notre Dame) — 40.66
  6. Matt Brownstead (UVA) / Jack Dolan (Arizona State) — 41.50
  7. Bjorn Seeliger (Cal) — 41.80

What per week for Josh Liendo. He takse the win right here within the 100 freestyle, torching a lifetime greatest 40.20 to finish the sweep in his particular person occasions.

This was an absolutley stacked championship remaining. Chris Guiliano received off to a quick begin, flipping first on the 25 after which on the 50 (19.11). Simply behind him was Jordan Crooks (19.21) with Liendo working third (19.28). By the ultimate flip, Liendo had taken the lead. Then, he had a wonderful remaining underwater to tug himself even additional forward of the sector. His 40.20 improves his lifetime greatest by .08 seconds and improves his standing because the 2nd quickest swimmer all-time.

In maybe a stunning outcomes, it was Gui Caribe who received his hand on the wall for 2nd place. Caribe handed Crooks and Guiliano on the ultimate 25 yards to get the job accomplished and log an enormous private better of 40.55, which is only a hundredth off the Tennessee program file that Crooks swam in prelims.

It was Jack Alexy who grabbed third, placing up his second private better of the day with a 40.59. He touched simply .02 seconds forward of Crooks (40.61). Guiliano completed fifth in 40.66, four-hundredths off his greatest from ACCs.

This high 5 now represents 2nd via sixth on the all-time performers checklist in keeping with USA Swimming.

200 Yard Breaststroke — Last

  • NCAA Document: 1:46.91 – Leon Marchand, Arizona State (2023)
  • Meet Document: 1:46.91 – Leon Marchand, Arizona State (2023)
  • American Document: 1:47.91 – Will Licon, Texas (2017)
  • U.S. Open Document: 1:46.91 – Leon Marchand, Arizona State (2023)
  • Pool Document: 1:47.91 – Will Licon, Texas (2017)
  • 2023 Champion: Leon Marchand (Arizona State) – 1:46.91

Prime 8:

  1. Leon Marchand (Arizona State) — 1:46.35 *NCAA, Meet, U.S. Open, Pool Document*
  2. Matt Fallon (Penn) — 1:48.48
  3. Carles Coll Marti (Virginia Tech) — 1:49.99
  4. Liam Bell (Cal) — 1:50.15
  5. David Schlicht (Arizona State) — 1:50.67
  6. Noah Nichols (Virginia) — 1:50.69
  7. Jassen Yep (Indiana) — 1:51.51
  8. Jack Kelly (Brown) — 1:53.27

Leon Marchand has accomplished it once more–he reset his personal NCAA, Meet, and U.S. Open data within the 200 breaststroke to shut out his particular person occasions for the meet. Marchand broke his personal file by .56 seconds, splitting 24.02/26.76/27.38/28.19 en path to a 1:46.35. That is Marchand’s third straight win within the 200 breaststroke and his second straight time sweeping his particular person occasions at NCAAs.

It was no shock that Matt Fallon wasn’t an element within the first half of the race. Besides, he didn’t allow them to get too far forward and was really solely sixth after the opening 50. Like we’ve seen him do time and time once more on each the nationwide and worldwide stage, Fallon got here on robust within the again half. He cut up 27.45/28.43 on his again 100 yards. He moved via the sector, finally catching Liam Bell and taking second place in a private greatest 1:48.48.

That marks Fallon’s first sub-1:49 outing and is a private greatest by .55 seconds. It strikes him into third all-time and makes him the 2nd quickest American behind Will Licon.

Bell, the brand new NCAA champion and NCAA file holder within the 100 breast, was robust for almost all of the race. Fallon caught him within the remaining 50 yards, but it surely seemed like he was nonetheless in management for third. He hit a significant wall with about 15 yards to go, which gave Carles Coll Marti the room he wanted to go him for third place. Coll Marti touched in a season-best 1:49.99. In the meantime, regardless of hitting a wall, Bell swam his second private better of the day for 4th in a 1:50.15, taking 1.21 seconds off his greatest over the course of the day.

NC State’s Arsenio Bustos had an enormous swim within the ‘B’ remaining. The junior received the race in 1:50.49, breaking 1:51 for the primary time in his profession.

200 Yard Butterfly — Last

  • NCAA Document: 1:37.35 – Jack Conger, Texas (2017)
  • Meet Document: 1:37.35 – Jack Conger, Texas (2017)
  • American Document: 1:37.35 – Jack Conger, Texas (2017)
  • U.S. Open Document: 1:37.35 – Jack Conger, Texas (2017)
  • Pool Document: 1:37.35 – Jack Conger, Texas (2017)
  • 2023 Champion: Aiden Hayes (NC State) – 1:38.79

Prime 8:

  1. Ilya Kharun (Arizona State) — 1:38.26
  2. Dare Rose (Cal) — 1:38.61
  3. Aiden Hayes (NC State) — 1:39.16
  4. Tomer Frankel (Indiana) — 1:39.35
  5. Gabriel Jett (Cal) — 1:39.72
  6. Noah Bowers (NC State) — 1:39.94
  7. Gal Cohen Groumi (Michigan) — 1:40.05
  8. Brendan Burns (Indiana) — 1:41.73

It got here right down to the wire within the 200 butterfly–the final particular person occasion within the pool–however Ilya Kharun received his palms on the wall simply forward of Dare Rose to win Arizona State’s third particular person title of the session. It’s additionally the primary win by a freshman within the pool at these championships.

Kharun, a freshman, got here into the meet with the quickest time. He received after it from the beginning, making the primary flip in 21.71. Rose caught him by the midway mark, turning .02 seconds forward of Karun; 46.84 to 46.86. They have been the one two out sub-47.

Rose eked out a barely greater lead over the third 50. He cut up 25.46, dragging the hole out to .31 seconds between him and Kharun. Defending champion Aiden Hayes made a push on this third 50 as properly, placing collectively a field-best 25.53 cut up. Rose and Kharun made the ultimate flip basically collectively; then Kharun put collectively a robust remaining underwater to energy away from Rose to the win in 1:38.26. Rose earned 2nd place in a lifetime greatest 1:38.61, enhancing on his 4th place end only a 12 months in the past.

Hayes finsihed third in 1:39.16, conserving forward of Tomer Frankel, who improved on his 2023 end as properly by taking 4th.

Heading into diving and the relay, ASU has clinched their first program title even when they disqualify the relay. The place issues are getting attention-grabbing is the race for third place. Relying on how their divers end after which the end result of the relay, the door is open for Indiana to go Florida. Defending their title and profitable the 400 freestyle relay ought to give the Gators the victory no matter diving. In the event that they don’t win, that’s the place the maths begins to get sophisticated.

Platform Diving — Last

  • Meet Document: 548.90 — Nick McCrory, Duke (2011)
  • 2023 Champion: Carson Tyler, Indiana — 476.30

Prime 8:

  1. Carson Tyler (Indiana) — 515.75
  2. Maxwell Weinrich (Indiana) — 450.70
  3. Bryden Hattie (Tennessee) — 444.60
  4. Jordan Rzepka (Purdue) — 432.30
  5. Geoffrey Vavitsas (Cal) — 404.90
  6. Carson Paul (LSU) — 384.80
  7. Quentin Henninger (Indiana) — 377.65
  8. Clayton Chaplin (Ohio State) — 348.35

Carson Tyler hit the bottom (the water?) working, scoring 95.40 factors on his opening dive. That put him into the lead and he by no means trailed once more. Tyler defended his title with 515.75 factors, absolutley blowing away the 476.30 factors he scored to win this self-discipline final 12 months. It’s his second win of the meet–he took the win on 3-meter yesterday.

He led a trio of Indiana divers on this championship flight. The Hoosiers went 1-2-7, sustaining their positions from prelims and placing up an enormous 49 factors. Tyler’s teammate Maxwell Weinreich pushed into 2nd place on the again rounds of the six dives. Tennessee’s Bryden Hattie completed out his collegiate profession in third place with 444.60 factors.

With these 49 factors, Indiana now holds a 14 level lead over Florida heading into the ultimate relay. Indiana shall be within the third timed remaining whereas Florida shall be within the fourth. Florida must beat Indiana by 8 spots for third or win by 6 or extra spots.

400 Yard Freestyle Relay — Timed Last

  • NCAA Document: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Meet Document: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023
  • American Document: 2:44.31 — NC State (R. Held, J. Ress, J. Molacek, C. Stewart), 2018
  • U.S. Open Document: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Pool Document: 2:45.39 — Texas (B. Ringgold, J. Conger, T. Haas, J. Education), 2017
  • 2023 Champion: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023

Prime 8:

  1. Arizona State (L. Marchand, J. Dolan, P. Sammon, J. Kulow) — 2:43.40 *NCAA, Meet, U.S. Open, Pool Document*
  2. Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff) — 2:44.21
  3. Cal (J. Alexy, D. Lasco, M. Jensen, B. Seeliger) — 2:44.46
  4. NC State — 2:45.29
  5. Tennessee — 2:45.38
  6. Virginia Tech — 2:45.97
  7. Stanford — 2:46.06
  8. Notre Dame — 2:46.46

The 400 freestyle relay lived as much as the hype. Heading into the ultimate warmth, the time to beat was Stanford’s 2:46.06.

From the opening leg, this was an unimaginable race. Main off their respective relays: Marchand, Liendo, Alexy, Crooks, and Guiliano. Marchand threw down the gauntlet, firing off a 40.28 lead-off that jumps him up the all-time performers checklist to 3rd place behind Dressel and Liendo. Crooks put up a private better of his personal, swimming 40.39 which makes him 4th all-time and improves the Tennessee program file he swam in prelims. The time would’ve made him 2nd within the particular person occasion. In the meantime, Alexy swam 40.79, Guiliano 40.93, and Liendo 41.28.

As soon as Marchand gave them the lead, the Solar Devils ran with it. Jack Dolan swam 41.28 on their second leg, Patrick Sammon clocked 41.02, and Jonny Kulow introduced them house in a 40.82. They mixed for brand new NCAA, Meet, U.S. Open, and Pool data with a blistering 2:43.40, shattering the mark that Florida swam simply final season and bringing the mark sub-2:44.

After the lead-off leg, Florida clawed their approach again into 2nd place by the midway level with Adam Chaney‘s 40.80 cut up. Julian Smith cut up 41.30 and Macguire McDuff anchored in 40.83, bringing the Gators to a 2nd place end in 2:44.21, simply off their time from final 12 months. Their 2nd place end secured their third place within the staff standings, two factors forward of Indiana.

Cal took third .25 seconds behind Florida. After Alexy’s lead-off, the Golden Bears went with Lasco (41.91), Matthew Jensen (41.11), and Bjorn Seeliger (40.65), swimming a 2:44.46 to seal their 2nd place end within the staff race.

Last Scores

  1. Arizona State — 523.5
  2. Cal — 444.5
  3. Florida — 378
  4. Indiana — 376
  5. NC State — 318
  6. Tennessee — 231
  7. Texas — 189
  8. Stanford — 177
  9. Virginia Tech — 172
  10. Notre Dame — 132
  11. Georgia — 116
  12. Auburn — 100
  13. Ohio State — 92
  14. Michigan — 87.5
  15. Louisville — 84
  16. Texas A&M — 81
  17. Virginia — 80.5
  18. SMU — 59
  19. Alabama — 56
  20. Minnesota — 40
  21. Florida State — 34
  22. USC — 31
  23. Purdue — 25
  24. LSU / Pitt — 24
  25. Miami (FL) — 21
  26. Missouri / Arizona — 19
  27. Towson — 18
  28. Penn — 17
  29. Wisconsin — 16
  30. Brown — 11
  31. UNC — 9
  32. Penn St — 8
  33. BYU — 7
  34. Utah — 6
  35. George Washington — 3
  36. Northwestern — 1

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