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February 19, 2011 / umbcdawgblog

Day 3 Updates – 2011 AEC Swimming and Diving Championships

The UMBC Dawg Blog is on the pool deck for day three of the 2011 America East Swimming and Diving Championships. We’ll post live updates as they happen at the Germantown Indoor Swim Center.

Update 9:16 p.m. Scores after day three

We’ll see you tomorrow for the final day, starting at 10 a.m.

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 27                      

  1. Umbc Swimming & Diving            606   2. Boston University                 580
  3. Binghamton University             496   4. Stony Brook University            238
  5. Maine, University of              230

 

Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 26                     

  1. Umbc Swimming & Diving            520   2. Boston University                 424
  3. New Hampshire, University of      387   4. University of Vermont             283
  5. Binghamton University             262   6. Stony Brook University            212
  7. Maine, University of              163

 

Update 9:15 p.m.

The women’s 400-yard medley relay of Tilman, Tadena, Ryan and McKenney broke the school record and finished second in a time of 3:44.25, while the men’s 400 medley relay of Rohtla, Gallagher, Reitz and Jones finished third in 3:19.94.

Update 7:55 p.m. – Scores

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 24                  

  1. Umbc Swimming & Diving            532   2. Boston University                 506
  3. Binghamton University             435   4. Stony Brook University            208
  5. Maine, University of              178
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 23                 

  1. Umbc Swimming & Diving            486   2. Boston University                 392
  3. New Hampshire, University of      347   4. University of Vermont             257
  5. Binghamton University             234   6. Stony Brook University            182
  7. Maine, University of              139

Update 7:53 p.m.

Freshman Johan Rohtla earned bronze in the men’s 100-yard backstroke in 50.18, while sophomore Sandy Haibel touched fourth in 50.26 and junior Ben Wolbert placed seventh in 52.04.

Update 7:49 p.m.

Junior Nour Saad finshed first in the men’s 100 back consolation final in a time of 52.43.

Update 7:48 p.m.

Senior Sarah Ryan placed second in the women’s 100-yard backstroke in 56.79, while juniors Kathryn Moorby and Laura Tilman finished seventh and eighth in 57.98 and 58.45.

Update 7:34 p.m. – Scores

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 22                  

  1. Umbc Swimming & Diving            480   2. Boston University                 462
  3. Binghamton University             390   4. Stony Brook University            200
  5. Maine, University of              172
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 21                 

  1. Umbc Swimming & Diving            446   2. Boston University                 364
  3. New Hampshire, University of      347   4. Binghamton University             220
  5. University of Vermont             213   6. Stony Brook University            157
  7. Maine, University of              135

Update 7:32 p.m.

In the men’s 100-yard breaststroke, sophomore Steve Gallagher earned bronze in a time of 56.38, while junior John Mendenhall and senior Phil Novotny placed fifth and eighth in 57.38 and 58.26, respectively.

Update 7:25 p.m.

Freshman Talor Tadena took home bronze in the women’s 100-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:03.81, while sophomore Claire Barron finished sixth in 1:05.13. Senior Gaby Johnston won the consolation final in 1:05.60.

Update 7:15 p.m.

 Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 20                  

  1. Umbc Swimming & Diving            439   2. Boston University                 421
  3. Binghamton University             358   4. Maine, University of              169
  5. Stony Brook University            162

Women – Team Rankings – Through Event 19 1. Umbc Swimming & Diving 408 2. Boston University 334 3. New Hampshire, University of 312 4. Binghamton University 208 5. University of Vermont 206 6. Stony Brook University 138 7. Maine, University of 121

Update 7:13 p.m.

Senior Eric Jones earned gold in the men’s 200-yard freestyle in an NCAA consideration and pool record time of 1:37.57, while sophomore Pierre De Waal, senior Keilan Freeman and junior Mark Garbowski finished 3-4-5 in times of 1:39.28, 1:40.90 and 1:41.54, respectively.

Update 7:05 p.m.

Junior Abbey McKenney won the women’s 200-yard freestyle in a time of 1:48.98, an NCAA consideration time. Sophomore Amy Fay took home fifth in 1:51.22 and junior Ashley Sippel finished eighth in 1:52.08.

Update 7:00 p.m.

In the women’s 200 free consolation final, senior Danielle Cruz, freshman Erika Ronning and junior Ashley Miller finished second, third and fourth in 1:50.85, 1:51.96 and 1:52.81, respectively.

Update 6:52 p.m. – Scores

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 18                  

  1. Boston University                 398   2. Umbc Swimming & Diving            374
  3. Binghamton University             336   4. Maine, University of              149
  5. Stony Brook University            13

Women – Team Rankings – Through Event 17 1. Umbc Swimming & Diving 345 2. Boston University 317 3. New Hampshire, University of 266 4. Binghamton University 208 5. University of Vermont 187 6. Stony Brook University 128 7. Maine, University of 121

Update 6:50 p.m.

Senior Brad Reitz took home silver in the men’s 100-yard butterfly in a time of 48.57, while sophomore Sandy Haibel and junior Ben Wolbert finished fifth and sixth in 49.93 and 50.55, respectively.

Update 6:45 p.m.

Sophomore Herol Marjak finished third in the men’s 100 fly consolation final in a time of 51.95.

Update 6:43. p.m.

Senior Sarah Ryan earned bronze in the women’s 100-yard butterfly in a time of 55.51.

Update 6:40 p.m.

Senior Gaby Johnston won the women’s 100 fly consolation final in a time of 56.49.

Update 6:33 p.m. Score update –

 Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 16                  

  1. Boston University                 363   2. Umbc Swimming & Diving            324
  3. Binghamton University             310   4. Maine, University of              126
  5. Stony Brook University            116

Women – Team Rankings – Through Event 15 1. Umbc Swimming & Diving 308 2. Boston University 290 3. New Hampshire, University of 249 4. Binghamton University 174 5. University of Vermont 168 6. Maine, University of 114 6. Stony Brook University 114

Update 6:32 p.m.

Senior Mat Carson finished sixth in the men’s 400-yard individual medley in a time of 4:01.92, while fellow senior Dan Weston-Dawkes finished seventh in 4:03.64.

Update 6:20 p.m.

Sophomore Jennifer Kotonias won the women’s 400-yard individual medley in a UMBC record and NCAA consideration time of 4:18.20, while fellow sophomore Tara Morrissette earned bronze in 4:22.18, the second-fastest time in school history. Senior Rebecca Godwin finished seventh in 4:27.25.

Update: 6:11 p.m.

The finals have started tonight and in the consolation final of the women’s 400 IM, freshman Patty Hallberg finished first in a time of 4:25.04, the third-fastest time in school history. The only two faster than her are Jennifer Kotonias and Tara Morrissette, who are in the championship final!

That concludes the action for this morning. We’ll be back at 6 p.m. for the finals of Day 3!

Update 11:45 a.m.

UMBC will have three guys in the men’s 100 back, including sophomore Sandy Haibel (50.52), freshman Johan Rohtla (50.66) and junior Ben Wolbert (51.97). Junior Nour Saad (52.18) will compete in the consolation final.

Senior Julie Cantwell finished 1:00.36 in a women’s 100 back time trial.

Update 11:38 a.m.

Junior Kathryn Moorby (57.53), senior Sarah Ryan (57.65) and junior Laura Tilman (58.07) will all compete in the women’s 100 back championship final.

Update 11:32 a.m.

Sophomore Elise Blaschke posted the second-fastest time in school history with a time of 57.04, winning her heat, while freshman Klara Pavelkova finished second in 57.44, the fourth-fastest time.

Sophomore Steve Gallagher will be seeded second in the men’s 100 breast with a time of 57.03, the fifth-fastest time in school history. Junior John Mendenhall (57.48) and senior Phil Novotny (58.75) will also compete in the championship final.

Update 11:22 a.m.

Freshman Talor Tadena will lead UMBC in the women’s 100 breast into the championship final with a time of 1:04.95 and will be joined by sophomore Claire Barron (1:05.22). Senior Gaby Johnston will compete in the consolation final with a time of 1:05.37.

Update 11:14 a.m.

UMBC will have four competitors in the men’s 200 free final, with senior Eric Jones the top qualifier with a time of 1:38.08, the second-fastest time in school history. He will be joined by sophomore Pierre De Waal (1:40.08), junior Mark Garbowski (1:41.62) and senior Keilan Freeman (1:43.09).

Update 11:08 a.m.

Freshman Evan Carey won his heat of the men’s 200 free in a time of 1:41.95.

Update 11:05 a.m.

Junior Abbey McKenney is the top qualifier in the women’s 200 free in a time of 1:50.04 and will be joined in the championship final by sophomore Amy Fay (1:51.12) and junior Ashley Sippel (1:52.01). Senior Danielle Cruz (1:52.39), freshman Erika Ronning (1:52.97) and junior Ashley Miller (1:53.39) will compete in the consolation final.

Update 10:55 a.m.

Senior Erin Wohlers finished second in the women’s 200 free first heat in a time of 1:58.48, while freshman Sarah Delvaux placed seventh in 2:01.79 in the second heat.

Update 10:50 a.m.

Senior Brad Reitz will be seeded third in the men’s 100 fly with a time of 48.92. Joining him in the championship final will be sophomore Sandy Haibel (50.19) and junior Ben Wolbert (51.07). Sophomore Herol Marjak will swim in the consolation final (52.71).

Update 10:41 a.m.

Senior Sarah Ryan finished in a time of 56.04 and will compete in the championship final of the women’s 100 fly. Freshman Talor Tadena (57.17), senior Gaby Johnston (57.54), junior Pink Kinanti (57.62) and junior Kathryn Moorby (58.21) will compete in the consolation final.

Update 10:36 a.m.

Senior Mat Carson is seeded second in the finals tonight with a time of 3:58.39, he’ll be joined in the championship final by Dan Weston-Dawkes. Keilan Freeman, Rico Bado and Phil Novotny will compete in the consolation final.

Update 10:30 a.m.

Sophomore Rico Bado finished third in 4:07.63, while senior Keilan Freeman was fourth in 4:08.16.

Update 10:25 a.m.

In the first men’s 400 IM heat, senior Dan Weston Dawkes finished third in 4:04.56, while sophomore Mike McGee placed fourth in 4:06.08 and senior Phil Novotny placed sixth in 4:11.33.

Update 10:19 a.m.

Sophomore Jennifer Kotonias breaks the school record Morrissette just broke, qualifying first in an NCAA consideration time of 4:18.36!

Update 10:13 a.m.

Sophomore Tara Morrissette broke the school record in a time of 4:22.98,  over a second faster than her previous school record set at the Patriot Invite. Senior Rebecca Godwin finished third in the heat with a time of 4:26.88, the third-fastest time in school history.

Update 10:06 a.m.

The first women’s 400 IM heat is finished and freshman Patty Hallberg finished fourth in 4:28.57, the fifth-fastest time in school history.

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