March 25, 2023
Day 3 Finals Live Recap

2023 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships

NSU and Indy had nice mornings within the males’s and girls’s matches respectively and are anticipated to spice up their lead within the competitors tonight. The Sharks took the highest two locations within the women 400 IM, with Could Lowy and Savanna Finest taking the primary place within the free 200 and Emily Trieschmann.

It appears to be like like the ladies’s 100 fly closing, the place D2 file holder West Chester’s Ann Carozza, defending champion Lynn’s Luna Mertins and Carson-Newman’s Manon Compagner compete for the title, will probably be one of the vital anticipated occasions.

McKendree’s Gregg Lichinsky leads a really slim area within the males’s 100 fly closing, with the primary seven of the qualifiers coming in underneath 47 seconds. Nova S’ Japanese’s Jarryd Baxter tops the qualifiers on the 400 IM, however will face challenges from Indy’s rangers Cedric Buessing and Tampa’s Hayden Curley. The 200 freebies, all underneath 1:36, with the highest 5 qualifiers led by Marcel Snitko from Wingate, are everybody’s play. Colorado Mesa’s Isaiah Cheeks is probably the most dominant diver of the post-Ammar Hassan period, main the qualifiers for the ultimate particular person occasion of the evening, the 3-metre closing.

We’ll end the 400 medley relay race with timed finals.

Prime 10 Ladies’s Groups After Day 2

  1. Nova Southeast 182
  2. India 144
  3. Drury 97
  4. Colorado Mesa 85
  5. Lynn 77
  6. (TIE) West Chester / Wayne State 75
  7. Wing 66
  8. West Florida 50
  9. McKendree 48

Prime 10 Males’s Groups After Day 2

  1. India 121.5
  2. McKendree 105.5
  3. Tampa 103
  4. Drury 97
  5. Colorado Graveyard 76.5
  6. Wing 72
  7. Nice Valley 66
  8. Florida South 65.5
  9. Findlay 65
  10. Oklahoma Christian 61

Ladies’s 100 Butterflies – Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 52.06 – Ann Carozza, West Chester (2022)
  • Meet the Report: 52.06 – Ann Carozza, West Chester (2022)

Podium:

  1. Manon Compagner, Carson-Newman – 52.45
  2. Ann Carozza, West Chester – 52.62
  3. Luna Mertins, Lynn – 53.54
  4. Stefanie Markwardt, West Florida – 53.89
  5. Paige Mikesell, IUP – 54.03
  6. Alysa Wager, Nice Valley – 54.31
  7. Isabelle Sering, St. Leo – 54.67
  8. Mikayla Kloth, Delta State – 55.84

Carson-Newman senior Manon Compagnerranked fifteenth a 12 months in the past, gained the 2023 nationwide championship in 100 flies with 52.45. Compagner was the primary to return from the twenty fifth wall and remained on the entrance of the courtroom for the subsequent three 25 seconds. Managed the defending champion Luna Mertins At 24.46 at 50 he was three-tenths of Lynn’s and managed to cease quick charging. Ann Carozza West Chester within the second half.

Carozza beat Mertins with a rating of 27.7 within the again half to take second place and stopped the clock at 52.62. Mertins gained 53.54, beating solely Stefanie Markwardt West Florida (53.89).

Males’s 100 Butterflies – Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 44.32 – Marius Kusch, Queens (2019)
  • Relationship Report: 44.32 – Marius Kusch, Queens (2019)

Podium:

  1. Gregg Lichinsky, McKendree – 45.82
  2. Steven Aimable, Nova Southeast – 46.11
  3. Jackson Lustig, McKendree – 46.17
  4. Tim Stollings, Findlay – 46.22
  5. Camilo Marrugo-Montano, Findlay – 46.27
  6. Dominik Karadzic, Drury – 46.70
  7. Jase Pinckney, Henderson State – 46.95
  8. Kael Yorke, India – 47.30

After a pair of bronze medals in 2021 and 2022, Gregg Lichinsky of McKendree took their place on the rostrum with a forty five.82 win over 100 flies.

Lichinsky and Tim Stollings Findlay’s rating tied on the wall of fifty, with each returning at 21.13, Camilo Marrugo-Montano third place was solely .15.

The second half was Lichinsky coming dwelling at 24.69 to seal the win.

The 2 quickest again halves belonged to Nova S’ Japanese. Steven Can Be Focused (24.44) and McKendree’s Jackson Lustig (24.59) beat Stollings and Marrugo-Montano to complete second and third, respectively, with 46.11 and 46.17.

Ladies’s 400 Particular person Medley – Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 4:08.56 – Patri Castro Ortega, Queens (NC) (2016)
  • Meet Report: 4:08.56 – Patri Castro Ortega, Queens (NC) (2016)

Podium:

  1. Could Lowy, Nova Southeast – 4:13.80
  2. Aurora Duncan, Drury – 4:15.43
  3. Savanna Finest, Nova Southeast – 4:17.07
  4. Lily Borgenheimer, Colorado Mesa – 4:19.48
  5. Andrea Gomez Espinosa, India – 4:20.64
  6. Sophia Bains, Colorado Mesa – 4:20.83
  7. Katie O’Connell, Nice Valley – 4:21.95

Kaitlyn McCoy of Indy was DQd for a false begin.

Males’s 400 Particular person Medley – Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 3:42.49 – Collyn Gagne, Simon Fraser (2022)
  • Meet Report: 3:42.49 – Collyn Gagne, Simon Fraser (2022)

Podium:

  1. Santiago Hall, Tampa – 3:45.30
  2. Cedric Buessing, Indy – 3:45.41
  3. Benjamin Sampson, Colorado Mesa – 3:45.98
  4. Joao Nogueira, Drury – 3:47.66
  5. Hayden Curley, Tampa – 3:48.46
  6. Jarryd Baxter, Nova Southeast – 3:48.64
  7. Keegan Hawkins, Nice Valley – 3:51.61
  8. Andrew Rodriguez, Drury – 3:53.09

Ladies’s 200 Freestyle – Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 1:44.44 – Patri Castro Ortega, Queens (2016)
  • Meet Report: 1:45.27 – Patri Castro Ortega, Queens (2015)

Podium:

  1. Emilia Ronningdal, Nova Southeast – 1:47.11
  2. Mike Heideyer, Indy – 1:47.51
  3. Emily Trieschmann, Nova Southeast – 1:47.88
  4. Kiara Pozvai, Henderson State – 1:48.70
  5. Josephine Bushell, Drury – 1:48.80
  6. Paige Mikesell, IUP – 1:49.32
  7. Ellie Walker, Drury – 1:49.50
  8. Manon Compagner, Carson-Newman – 1:50.41

Males’s 200 Freestyle – Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 1:32.46 – Dion Dreesens, Queens (2016)
  • Meet Report: 1:32.46 – Dion Dreesens, Queens (2016)

Podium:

  1. Thomas Flower, Nova Southeast – 1:34.71
  2. Matthew Bosch, The Nice Valley – 1:34.87
  3. Alireza Dwelling, McKendree – 1:35.14
  4. Victor Rosado, Oklahoma Christian – 1:35.RE
  5. Marcel Snitko, Wingate – 1:36.04
  6. Santiago Aguilera, Tampa – 1:36.17
  7. Roger Miret Sala, Nice Valley – 1:36.50
  8. Alejandro Robles Ruiz, Saginaw Valley – 1:36.87

Males’s 3 Meter Dive – Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 624.80 – Ammar Hassan, Colorado Mesa (2018)
  • Relationship Report: 624.80 – Ammar Hassan, Colorado Mesa (2018)

Podium:

  1. Julio Osuna Kelly, India – 579.50
  2. Jason Lenzo, Indy – 548.00
  3. Isaiah Cheeks, Colorado Mesa – 527.10
  4. Zach Schering, Clarion – 521.55
  5. Cole Earl, Drury – 520.00
  6. Cade Hammond, Indy – 499.80
  7. Jack Beattie, Clarion – 463.30
  8. Dawson Wilson, Colorado Mesa – 428.10

Ladies’s 400 Medley Relay – Timed Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 3:35.70 – Queens (2019)
  • Meet Report: 3:35.70 – Queens (2019)

Podium:

Males’s 400 Medley Relay – Timed Finals

  • NCAA DII Report: 3:07.38 – Queens (2017)
  • Meet Report: 3:07.38 – Queens (2017)

Podium:


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