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Michigan Women, Cal Men Win Georgia Fall Invitational


Clara Smiddy. Photo Courtesy: Dan D’Addona

By Way Of Dan D’Addona.

The College of Michigan Women’s swim crew won the Georgia Fall Invitational on Sunday.

The No. 4 Wolverines concluded the three-day meet with 991.5 points. No. 5 Georgia was once second with 833, edging No. 6 Cal (830). No. Sixteen Virginia took fourth with 633.5, adopted Via No. 25 UCLA (126, diving most effective), Harvard (Ninety Six.5, diving best) and No. Thirteen Auburn (Sixty Four, diving most effective).

In The Males’s meet, No. 2 Cal gained with 1,014 factors. No. 4 Michigan used to be 2d (915), followed By Using No. 12 Georgia (674), No. 10 Auburn (664), No. 23 Virginia (378) and Harvard (Eighty).

The Michigan Ladies started strong, going 1-2 in a pair of particular person occasions.

Rose Bi won the 1,650 freestyle (Sixteen:02.42) to head 1-2 with G Ryan (Sixteen:05.88). Both had been NCAA “B” cuts.

Michigan’s Miranda Tucker received the 200 breaststroke in 2:08.73 to move 1-2 with teammate Emily Kopas (2:09.Seventy Five), who finished in advance of Georgia’s Meghan Raab (2:10.Sixteen).

Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil out-touched Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey In The 100 freestyle. Weitzeil completed in 46.Ninety Five and Haughey used to be 2d in Forty Seven.20. The Wolverines added more factors In The experience with Gabby DeLoof taking fifth (48.35) and Catie DeLoof taking sixth (48.60). Georgia’s Veronica Burchill (Forty Seven.89) used to be third and Virginia’s Caitlin Cooper used to be fourth (Forty Eight.26).

Cal’s Amy Bilquist gained the 200 backstroke in 1:50.48, an NCAA automatic reduce. Michigan’s Clara Smiddy was once 2d (1:51.03) and Georgia’s Kylie Stewart was once third (1:51.88).

In The closest event of the day, Cal’s Noemie Thomas and Virginia’s Jenn Marrkand tied to win the 200 butterfly in 1:Fifty Four.12.

Bilquist, Katie McLaughlin, Valerie Hull and Weitzeil won the Four Hundred freestyle relay (3:10.95) beforehand of Virginia (3:12.06) and Michigan (Three:12.21).

Georgia’s Freida Lim gained platform diving with 289.45 points.

In The Men’s meet, Cal’s Justin Lynch (Forty Two.01) and Ryan Hoffer (Forty Two.28) went 1-2 Within The A Hundred free. Michael Jensen was once fourth at Forty Two.47 at the back of Auburn’s Peter Holoda (Forty Two.Forty Four). Michigan’s Paul Powers was once fifth (Forty Two.79) and Cal’s Pawel Sendyk was sixth (42.91), giving the Golden Bears 4 of the highest six spots.

Cal’s Andrew Seliskar won the 200 breaststroke in 1:53.05 ahead of Michigan’s Jacob Montague (1:Fifty Three.23). Zheng Quah gained the 200 butterfly in 1:40.68, going 1-2 with Michael Thomas (1:41.22) — Each NCAA “A” cuts.

Lynch, Jensen, Seliskar and Hoffer gained the Four Hundred freestyle relay (2:48.Forty Two) in advance of Auburn (2:Fifty One.04) and Cal’s B workforce (2:Fifty One.Sixty Six).

Michigan got a similar 1-2 punch Within The mile from the boys as Felix Auboeck won in 14:Forty Three.Seventy Six in advance of teammate PJ Ransford (14:49.36).

Auburn’s Hugo Gonzalez won the 200 again in 1:39.05, an NCAA “A” reduce. Cal’s Daniel Carr (1:40.Sixty Five) and Bryce Mefford (1:40.Eighty Four) followed with “B” cuts. Auburn’s Scott Lazeroff received platform diving with 384.15 points.



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