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March 20, 2005

Results

HOLLAND, MI - Johns Hopkins head swimming coach George Kennedy was named the NCAA Division III Coach of Year after leading the men's team to a third-place finish at the swimming and diving championships hosted by Hope College. Kenyon won an unprecedented 26th consecutive title, earning over 150 points more than the second-place finisher, Emory.

With national championship performances in 11 events, Kenyon finished with 556.5 points followed by Emory 404.5, Johns Hopkins 329, Williams 254.5, Denison 249, Carnegie Mellon 189, Gustavus Adolphus 176, Washington, Mo. 172, Springfield 136, MIT 135.5.

In Saturday's finals, freshman Bradley Test (Dresher, PA/Germantown Academy) captured silver in the 100 freestyle with a time of :45.74, trailing Union's Elliot Seguin (:45.32), while junior Sean Kim (Silver Spring, MD/Paint Branch) earned bronze in the 200 butterfly at 1:51.69.

Junior Tyler Harris (Lancaster, OH/Lancaster) placed sixth in the 200 breaststroke (2:04.42), followed by junior Zane Hamilton (Chatanooga, TN/McCallie) in 10th place (2:05.40) and freshman Matt Fedderly (Baltimore, MD/McDonogh) in 13th (2:06.14).

Senior Jon Kleinman (North Oaks, MN/Mounds View) finished 12th in the 1650 freestyle with a time of 16:02.98, followed by junior Matt Chana (Northbrook, IL/Glenbrook North) at 16:03.52. Senior J.P. Balfour (Plano, TX/Plano) placed seventh in the 200 backstroke at 1:51.26, while freshman Ryan Kim (Seoul, Korea/Georgetown Prep) came in ninth at 1:50.63.

 

 

In the 400 freestyle relay, Test, junior Brian Sneed (Chatanooga, TN/McCallie), sophomore Rich Guerard (Chatham, NJ/Mooristown-Beard) and Hamilton placed 10th (3:06.69).

Three defending champions repeated on Saturday -- Elliot Rushton of Kenyon in the 1650 freestyle, Chris Halstead of Emory in the 200 backstroke, and diver Mike Shaw of Springfield on the three-meter board. Kenyon also won an 11th consecutive title in the 400 free relay.

Kenyon senior Elliot Rushton was the meet's only triple winner. He set DIII meet records in the 500 freestyle (4:22.95) and 1,650 freestyle (15:15.64) and won the 400 IM (3:56.06).

Double winners included diver Mike Shaw of Springfield on the one and three meter boards, Andrejus Duda of Kenyon in the 200 IM and 100 butterfly, Chris Pearson of Carnegie Mellon in the 200 freestyle and 200 butterfly and Davis Zarins of Kenyon in the 100 and 200 breaststroke.

Kenyon won four of the meet's five relays culminating their championship weekend with a gold medal effort in the 400 freestyle relay behind a team of Andrejs Duda, Russell Hunt, James Berger and Thomas Ashby.

Final Team Scores

1) KENYON 556.5 30) OCCIDENTAL 20 2) EMORY 404.5 31) ROWAN 19 3) JOHNS HOPKINS 329 32) CARTHAGE 18 4) WILLIAMS 254.5 32) GROVE CITY 18 5) DENISON 249 32) WESTMINSTER 18 6) CARNEGIE MELLON 189 35) W.P.I. 16 7) GUSTAVUS 176 36) WHEATON (MA) 14.5 8) WASHINGTON UNIV. 172 37) WESLEYAN 14 9) SPRINGFIELD 136 37) CHICAGO 14 10) M.I.T. 135.5 37) BOWDOIN 14 11) WHEATON (IL) 133.5 40) KALAMAZOO 13.5 12) UW STEVENS POINT 87 41) CALVIN 12 13) HOPE 83.5 41) ALBION 12 14) TCNJ 79 43) UW LA CROSSE 11 15) ST. OLAF 78 44) OLIVET 10 16) AMHERST 51 45) ILL. WESLEYAN 7 17) HAMILTON 48 45) NYU 7 18) WASHINGTON & LEE 43 45) FRANKLIN & MARSH 7 19) R.I.T. 41 45) TUFTS 7 19) COAST GUARD 41 49) COLBY 6 21) MIDDLEBURY 40 49) ALLEGHENY 6 22) ST. JOHN'S 38 51) HARTWICK 5 23) MILLIKIN 32 52) SUNY OSWEGO 4 24) C-M-S 29 53) ITHACA 3 25) UNION 28 53) CENTRE 3 26) WHITWORTH 27 55) CASE WESTERN 2 27) TRINITY 25 56) MARY WASHINGTON 1 28) UW EAU CLAIRE 23 56) ALFRED 1 29) R.P.I. 22

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