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Swimming World Magazine : declared in Queens Men Set D2 NCAA Record In Prelims Of 200 Medley Relay

according to Photo Courtesy: Peter H. BickNot to be outdone, the Queens team of Zach Bunner (21.74), Fedyna Rostyslav (23.83), Paul Pijulet (20.76), and Ben Mayes (19.62) set their own NCAA record in the men’s 200 medley relay prelims, posting a 1:25.95.
That just snuck by Wayne State’s 2014 record of 1:26.04, making them the first Division II team to swim under 1:26.
The team from Fresno Pacific was back in second with a 1:27.90, while Grand Valley State University was third in 1:27.98.
Notably, the teams from Bloomsburg and Limestone tied at 1:28.95, requiring a swim-off for who will make it into the championship final tonight.
Event 9 Men 200 Yard Medley Relay ==================================================================== Division II: R 1:25.95 3/8/2017 Queens (NC) Bunner, Fedyna, Pijulet, Mayes School Seed Prelims ==================================================================== === Preliminaries === 1 Queens (NC) 1:26.79 1:25.95R 1) Zach Bunner JR 2) r:0.32 Rostyslav Fedyna SR 3) r:0.49 Paul Pijulet JR 4) r:0.27 Ben Mayes JR 10.73 21.74 (21.74) 32.25 (10.51) 45.57 (23.83) 55.00 (9.43) 1:06.33 (20.76) 1:15.67 (9.34) 1:25.95 (19.62) 2 Fresno Pacific 1:28.76 1:27.90 1) Luka Barisic JR 2) r:0.25 Maksim Shcherbakov JR 3) r:0.27 Aleksei Averchenko FR 4) r:0.21 Dmitry Belolipeskiy FR 11.10 22.76 (22.76) 33.31 (10.55) 46.66 (23.90) 56.01 (9.35) 1:08.01 (21.35) 1:17.30 (9.29) 1:27.90 (19.89) 3 Grand Valley 1:27.34 1:27.98 1) Harry Shalamon FR 2) r:0.12 Marius Mikalauskas SO 3) r:0.22 Gabriel Souza JR 4) r:0.21 Benjamin Walling SO 11.18 23.15 (23.15) 34.40 (11.25) 47.76 (24.61) 56.94 (9.18) 1:08.25 (20.49) 1:17.68 (9.43) 1:27.98 (19.73) 4 Nova S’eastern 1:28.07 1:28.08 1) Marco Aldabe SR 2) r:0.28 Anton Lobanov JR 3) r:0.26 Julian Coster SO 4) r:0.34 Malique Elder JR 11.55 23.35 (23.35) 33.89 (10.54) 46.95 (23.60) 56.59 (9.64) 1:08.43 (21.48) 1:17.75 (9.32) 1:28.08 (19.65) 5 Florida Southern 1:28.82 1:28.33 1) Marco Palacios SR 2) r:0.27 Luis Jasso JR 3) r:0.28 Noah Franz JR 4) r:0.28 Diego Gimenez SR 10.77 22.04 (22.04) 33.09 (11.05) 46.47 (24.43) 56.15 (9.68) 1:08.18 (21.71) 1:17.65 (9.47) 1:28.33 (20.15) 6 Wayne State 1:30.71 1:28.80 1) Dmytro Drobnych SO 2) r:0.18 Sasha Palazzo FR 3) r:0.24 Rasmus Olsen SO 4) r:0.26 Ryan Katulski FR 11.19 22.49 (22.49) 33.61 (11.12) 47.02 (24.53) 56.91 (9.89) 1:08.59 (21.57) 1:18.16 (9.57) 1:28.80 (20.21) 7 Lindenwood 1:28.69 1:28.81 1) Serghei Golban JR 2) r:0.29 Joseph Martin SR 3) r:0.26 Kian Quigley SO 4) r:0.20 Alexander Leff FR 10.84 21.85 (21.85) 32.93 (11.08) 46.80 (24.95) 56.46 (9.66) 1:08.64 (21.84) 1:18.20 (9.56) 1:28.81 (20.17) 8 Limestone 1:28.88 1:28.95 1) Jake Minasi JR 2) r:0.19 Tobias Feigl SR 3) r:0.21 Emil Moller JR 4) r:0.19 Alan Parsons SR 11.11 22.66 (22.66) 33.51 (10.85) 47.28 (24.62) 57.00 (9.72) 1:08.61 (21.33) 1:18.21 (9.60) 1:28.95 (20.34) 8 Bloomsburg 1:28.91 1:28.95 1) Josh Grzech JR 2) r:0.16 Eric Usbeck SR 3) r:0.40 Samuel Feiser JR 4) r:0.30 Kyle Dix SO 11.44 23.05 (23.05) 33.76 (10.71) 47.07 (24.02) 56.78 (9.71) 1:08.89 (21.82) 1:18.46 (9.57) 1:28.95 (20.06) Swim-Off Required ———————————————— 10 Carson-Newman 1:28.81 1:29.02 1) Seth Hughes SO 2) r:0.37 Andrei Roman FR 3) r:0.31 Pijus Mackeviceius SO 4) r:0.22 Samuel Schechter SR 10.99 22.96 (22.96) 34.34 (11.38) 48.00 (25.04) 57.54 (9.54) 1:09.39 (21.39) 1:18.64 (9.25) 1:29.02 (19.63) 11 Wingate 1:28.94 1:29.33 1) Niklas Martin SO 2) r:0.19 Leo Zabudkin FR 3) r:0.18 Sebastian Holmberg JR 4) r:0.08 Mehdi Zeraidi SR 11.50 23.32 (23.32) 34.79 (11.47) 48.99 (25.67) 58.09 (9.10) 1:09.44 (20.45) 1:18.73 (9.29) 1:29.33 (19.89) 12 Delta State 1:29.34 1:29.71 1) Fabrice Wendel SR 2) r:0.27 Matteo Fraschi SR 3) r:0.16 Adam Charlton SO 4) r:0.14 Mattia Schirru SO 11.35 23.29 (23.29) 34.08 (10.79) 47.78 (24.49) 57.97 (10.19) 1:10.24 (22.46) 1:19.39 (9.15) 1:29.71 (19.47) 13 Drury 1:28.63 1:29.75 1) Aidan Glynn SO 2) r:0.14 Andrea Bazzoli SO 3) r:0.22 Jun Han Kim SR 4) r:0.10 Rodrigo Caceres JR 11.69 23.72 (23.72) 34.59 (10.87) 48.30 (24.58) 58.16 (9.86) 1:10.20 (21.90) 1:19.37 (9.17) 1:29.75 (19.55) 14 Florida Tech 1:29.36 1:30.06 1) Nir Barnea SR 2) r:0.23 Thomas Steenberg JR 3) r:0.39 Victor Rocha Futado SO 4) r:0.20 Matthew Gallene SO 11.39 23.44 (23.44) 34.57 (11.13) 48.73 (25.29) 58.58 (9.85) 1:10.33 (21.60) 1:19.53 (9.20) 1:30.06 (19.73) 15 Colorado Mesa 1:28.71 1:30.23 1) Eric Berg SO 2) r:0.33 Joshua Bedford JR 3) r:0.37 Christopher Radmski JR 4) r:0.40 Skyler Hirsch JR 11.64 23.60 (23.60) 34.84 (11.24) 48.77 (25.17) 58.27 (9.50) 1:10.13 (21.36) 1:19.75 (9.62) 1:30.23 (20.10) 16 UCSD 1:29.69 1:30.56 1) Michael Cohn FR 2) r:0.24 Edgar Chin FR 3) r:0.20 Garrett Tse SO 4) r:0.21 Kevin Wylder JR 11.68 23.19 (23.19) 34.65 (11.46) 48.73 (25.54) 58.54 (9.81) 1:10.47 (21.74) 1:19.84 (9.37) 1:30.56 (20.09)

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Drury Women Set NCAA D2 Record In 200 Medley Relay Prelims

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. BickDrury grabbed the top seed for tonight’s final in the 200 Medley Relay with a new Division II record.
That takes .09 from Queens’ record from 2016 and gives them nearly a second lead going into finals.
Rudenko Yekaterina (25.19), Zuzanna Chwadeczko (27.20), Abby Lunzmann (25.00), and Bailee Nunn (22.01) finished in 1:39.40.
Queens’ team of Hannah Peiffer (25.65), Michelle Prayson (28.18), Georgia DaCruz (24.03), and Kyrie Dobson (22.45) will be second going into tonight’s finals with a 1:40.31, while the Wayne State team of Brenna Gabrielson (25.44), Manuela Ferreira (28.45), Abi Johns (24.73), and Lezlie Bueno Esrada (22.75) will be third with 1:41.37.
Event 8 Women 200 Yard Medley Relay ==================================================================== Division II: R 1:39.40 3/8/2017 Drury Rudenko, Chwadeczko, Lunzmann, Nunn School Seed Prelims ==================================================================== === Preliminaries === 1 Drury 1:41.22 1:39.40R 1) Yekaterina Rudenko JR 2) r:0.47 Zuzanna Chwadeczko JR 3) r:0.31 Abby Lunzmann SO 4) r:0.28 Bailee Nunn FR 12.68 25.19 (25.19) 37.78 (12.59) 52.39 (27.20) 1:03.80 (11.41) 1:17.39 (25.00) 1:28.01 (10.62) 1:39.40 (22.01) 2 Queens (NC) 1:40.25 1:40.31 1) Hannah Peiffer SR 2) r:0.30 Michelle Prayson SO 3) r:0.21 Georgia DaCruz FR 4) r:0.19 Kyrie Dobson SO 12.75 25.65 (25.65) 38.50 (12.85) 53.83 (28.18) 1:04.85 (11.02) 1:17.86 (24.03) 1:28.41 (10.55) 1:40.31 (22.45) 3 Wayne State 1:40.92 1:41.37 1) Brenna Gabrielson SR 2) r:0.18 Manuela Ferreira SR 3) r:0.20 Abi Johns JR 4) r:0.29 Lezlie Bueno Esrada SO 12.66 25.44 (25.44) 38.58 (13.14) 53.89 (28.45) 1:04.84 (10.95) 1:18.62 (24.73) 1:29.41 (10.79) 1:41.37 (22.75) 4 Wingate 1:41.13 1:42.14 1) Viktoriya Arkhipova SR 2) r:0.40 Olga Kosheleva SR 3) r:0.24 Caitlin Coughlin SR 4) r:0.26 Maria Madsen SO 12.89 26.08 (26.08) 38.90 (12.82) 54.32 (28.24) 1:05.55 (11.23) 1:19.07 (24.75) 1:30.08 (11.01) 1:42.14 (23.07) 5 Fresno Pacific 1:42.60 1:42.31 1) Bavindeep Basra JR 2) r:0.24 Daria Belova JR 3) r:0.39 Olga Melnikova SO 4) r:0.24 Olivia Hynes JR 13.19 26.33 (26.33) 39.01 (12.68) 54.43 (28.10) 1:05.50 (11.07) 1:18.88 (24.45) 1:29.85 (10.97) 1:42.31 (23.43) 6 Nova S’eastern 1:42.08 1:42.84 1) Courtney Deveny JR 2) r:0.39 Malin Westman JR 3) r:0.58 Caroline Oster SO 4) r:0.16 Sydney Panzarino JR 13.08 26.18 (26.18) 39.04 (12.86) 54.02 (27.84) 1:05.95 (11.93) 1:19.95 (25.93) 1:30.93 (10.98) 1:42.84 (22.89) 7 Lindenwood 1:43.36 1:43.08 1) Aleksandra Tomala FR 2) r:0.37 Ewa Dymarek JR 3) r:0.34 Abigail Maricle SO 4) r:0.06 Bethany Steffes SR 13.04 26.02 (26.02) 39.23 (13.21) 54.94 (28.92) 1:06.18 (11.24) 1:20.05 (25.11) 1:30.94 (10.89) 1:43.08 (23.03) 8 Saint Leo 1:44.01 1:43.13 1) Maftuna Tuhtasinova SO 2) r:0.22 Nicole Weber SR 3) r:0.21 Natalia Garriock JR 4) r:0.20 Annie Lindstrom FR 13.29 27.02 (27.02) 40.14 (13.12) 55.97 (28.95) 1:06.91 (10.94) 1:20.00 (24.03) 1:30.92 (10.92) 1:43.13 (23.13) ——————————————————————- 9 West Chester 1:44.62 1:43.15 1) Megan Burns SO 2) r:0.17 Morgan Haney JR 3) r:0.16 Meghan Keithly FR 4) r:0.19 Mikaela Lantz FR 13.09 26.27 (26.27) 39.49 (13.22) 55.59 (29.32) 1:06.73 (11.14) 1:20.35 (24.76) 1:31.25 (10.90) 1:43.15 (22.80) 10 Delta State 1:42.88 1:43.50 1) Anastasia Klyarovskaya SR 2) r:0.28 Kirsten Stroven SR 3) r:0.18 Celina Batsel SO 4) r:0.27 Chloe Bennett SR 12.73 25.66 (25.66) 39.34 (13.68) 55.62 (29.96) 1:06.73 (11.11) 1:20.49 (24.87) 1:31.48 (10.99) 1:43.50 (23.01) 11 MSU Mankato 1:43.35 1:43.65 1) Cecilia Hake JR 2) r:0.49 Alyica Holwerda SO 3) r:0.37 Kylie Gaeth JR 4) r:0.55 Cheyenne Rova SR 12.27 25.00 (25.00) 38.79 (13.79) 55.19 (30.19) 1:06.69 (11.50) 1:20.64 (25.45) 1:31.88 (11.24) 1:43.65 (23.01) 12 West Florida 1:43.18 1:43.92 1) Pia Hulley SO 2) r:0.32 Theresa Michalak SR 3) r:0.48 Tabitha Read-Cayton FR 4) r:0.32 Danica Burnett JR 13.51 26.89 (26.89) 39.68 (12.79) 55.08 (28.19) 1:06.77 (11.69) 1:20.73 (25.65) 1:31.80 (11.07) 1:43.92 (23.19) 13 UCSD 1:42.65 1:44.06 1) Natalie Tang SR 2) r:0.18 Anshanika Phetbakul JR 3) r:0.22 Jayna Wittenbrink JR 4) r:0.11 Haley Murphy JR 13.58 27.26 (27.26) 40.17 (12.91) 55.85 (28.59) 1:07.13 (11.28) 1:20.84 (24.99) 1:31.77 (10.93) 1:44.06 (23.22) 14 Cal State East B 1:43.54 1:44.08 1) Mariam Lowe SR 2) r:0.22 Claire Beaty JR 3) r:0.14 Vivy Hua SO 4) r:0.04 Madison Gail-Haaino SR 13.31 26.49 (26.49) 40.17 (13.68) 56.51 (30.02) 1:07.52 (11.01) 1:21.19 (24.68) 1:31.90 (10.71) 1:44.08 (22.89) 15 Saginaw Valley 1:44.37 1:44.28 1) Amanda Thielen SO 2) r:0.32 Lydia Mattar SO 3) r:0.27 Alexa Bloom FR 4) r:0.27 Melanie Soenksen JR 13.11 26.33 (26.33) 39.55 (13.22) 55.40 (29.07) 1:06.63 (11.23) 1:20.50 (25.10) 1:31.65 (11.15) 1:44.28 (23.78) 16 Carson-Newman 1:43.63 1:44.37 1) Mary Northcutt FR 2) r:0.16 Maggie Melhorn JR 3) r:0.30 Elly Culp SO 4) r:0.29 Lisa Postma SO 13.88 27.57 (27.57) 40.85 (13.28) 56.54 (28.97) 1:07.77 (11.23) 1:21.27 (24.73) 1:32.31 (11.04) 1:

Drury Women Lower Brand New NCAA D2 Record in 200 Medley Relay

referring to The previous NCAA Division II record of 1:39.90 had been set by Wingate (Rita Koryukova, Jessika Weiss, Armony Dumur, and Ana Fish) at last year’s NCAA championship meet.
Zuzanna Chwadeczko took over with a 27.47 breast split, putting Drury ahead by half a body length.
Johansson split a 24.23 before freshman Bailee Nunn crushed the field with a blistering 21.84 anchor, for a combined 1:38.78.
Vera Johansson was the butterflyer in finals, replacing Abby Lunzmann who was part of the record-setting foursome in prelims.
Wayne State (Brenna Gabrielson, Manuela Ferreira, Abi Johns, and Lezlie Bueno Esrada) out-touched Wingate for third, 1:41.01 to 1:41.06.

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