25/05/2022

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The Sport Effect

Men’s Swimming and Diving wins 2021 NCAA Championship

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The College of Texas Men’s Swimming and Diving group capped off the 2021 season by saying the nationwide title at the NCAA Championship meet on Saturday evening at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Texas concluded the 4-working day meet with a overall of 595 points, 27 in front of next-area California (568). Florida (367), Georgia (268) and Louisville (211) rounded out the major 5 groups.

The Longhorns gained their NCAA-greatest 15th nationwide title in system heritage. Texas has now won the group title in 5 of the last six nationwide championship satisfies (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2021), as the 2020 meet was canceled because of to COVID-19.

In his 43rd season as head coach, Eddie Reese won his 15th nationwide crown and recorded his 27th major-two nationwide end and thirty fourth major-three exhibiting. The 15 nationwide titles are tied for the seventh-most of ANY coach in NCAA heritage (all athletics). Reese has led the Longhorns to forty one consecutive major-10 finishes at the NCAA Championships and has now won a nationwide title in Five distinctive a long time (1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2021).

The College of Texas captured the 56th nationwide group championship (52 NCAA titles) in faculty heritage and to start with due to the fact Men’s Tennis won the 2019 title.

UT opened Saturday’s remaining session by earning twenty five points in the one,650-property freestyle. Freshman David Johnston claimed a seventh-area end in a personalized-greatest time of fourteen:forty.thirteen, great for No. 6 on UT’s all-time performers list. Junior Alex Zettle placed ninth in a personalized-greatest time of fourteen:forty two.forty, No. 9 on UT’s all-time performers chart, and senior JohnThomas Larson finished 13th (fourteen:48.seventeen).

Senior Austin Katz claimed a fifth-area exhibiting in the two hundred-property backstroke with a time of one:38.92. Freshman Carson Foster finished just behind Katz in sixth in a time of one:39.23. Sophomore Peter Larson placed seventeenth in a time of one:forty one.35, just .28 seconds shy of qualifying for the last location in the ‘B’ remaining.

Juniors Drew Kibler and Daniel Krueger tied every other for next area in the one hundred-property freestyle in a time of forty one.fifty nine. Kibler registered a personalized-greatest time of forty one.45 in the early morning prelims, No. three on UT’s all-time major performers chart. Senior Chris Staka finished 14th (sixth in the consolation remaining) with a time of forty two.47. Senior Jake Sannem placed 18th in a time of forty two.fifty, just .04 seconds shy of qualifying for the last location in the ‘B’ remaining.

Sophomore Caspar Corbeau gained a fourth-area exhibiting in the two hundred-property breaststroke in a personalized-greatest time of one:fifty one.forty three, great for No. two on UT’s all-time major performers chart. Sophomore Jake Foster placed tenth (next in consolation remaining) in a personalized-greatest time of one:52.fifty nine, No. 6 on UT’s all-time major performer list, and junior Braden Vines finished 12th (fourth in consolation remaining) with a time of one:fifty three.08.

Senior Sam Pomajevich placed sixth in the two hundred-property butterfly with a time of one:forty.36. Senior Alvin Jiang recorded a sixteenth-area exhibiting (eighth in consolation remaining) in a time of one:forty three.seventy six. Freshman Coby Carrozza placed 23rd with a time of one:forty three.36.

Windle, who won the specific title on the one-meter board on Thursday and finished runner-up on the three-meter springboard on Friday, capped his collegiate vocation with a fourth-area hard work on platform at 422.seventy five points. He opened the finals session with a rating of ninety one.20 on his to start with dive, an inward three ½ somersault tuck (407c), that gained a fantastic rating of 10 from just one of the judges. Windle closed the function with a rating of ninety one.80 on his sixth and remaining dive, a back two ½ somersault two ½ twist pike (5255b).

Sophomore Andrew Harness gained a tenth-area end (next in consolation remaining) with a six-round rating of 381.80 in the consolation finals. Harness placed ninth in the early morning prelims (356.35), finishing fewer than six points shy of qualifying for the ‘A’ remaining. In the consolation remaining, Harness posted a rating of 67.20 on his remaining dive, a back two ½ somersault one ½ twist pike (5253b).

Freshman Brendan McCourt finished in thirtieth area with a rating of 283.fifty points in the prelims, and freshman Noah Duperre placed thirty third at 274.70 points.

The foursome of Krueger, Staka, Sannem and Kibler closed out the meet with a fourth-area end in the 400-property freestyle relay in a time of two:48.28.

2021 NCAA Championships – Last Staff Standings (major 10 groups listed)

Rank

School

Details

one.

TEXAS

595

two.

California

568

three.

Florida

367

four.

Georgia

268

five.

Louisville

211

6.

Indiana

207

seven.

Ohio State

a hundred and eighty

8.

North Carolina State

164

9.

Virginia

152

10.

Texas A&M

151

2021 NCAA Championship Meet up with in Review

Unique Event/Relay National Champions

800 free of charge relay (Drew Kibler, Austin Katz, Carson Foster, Jake Sannem)

Jordan Windle (one-meter diving)

400 medley relay (Chris Staka, Caspar Corbeau, Alvin Jiang, Daniel Krueger)

All-America honors

Caspar Corbeau (400 medley relay, one hundred breast, two hundred medley relay, two hundred breast)

Noah Duperre (one-meter diving)

Carson Foster (800 free of charge relay, two hundred IM, 400 IM, two hundred back)

Jake Foster (400 IM)

Alvin Jiang (two hundred free of charge relay, 400 medley relay, one hundred fly, one hundred back, two hundred medley relay)

David Johnston Jr. (400 IM, 1650 free of charge)

Austin Katz (800 free of charge relay, two hundred back)

Drew Kibler (800 free of charge relay, 500 free of charge, two hundred free of charge, one hundred free of charge, 400 free of charge relay)

Daniel Krueger (two hundred free of charge relay, fifty free of charge, 400 medley relay, two hundred medley relay, one hundred free of charge, 400 free of charge relay)

Peter Larson (two hundred free of charge)

Sam Pomajevich (one hundred fly, two hundred fly)

Jake Sannem (800 free of charge relay, two hundred free of charge relay, two hundred free of charge, 400 free of charge relay)

Chris Staka (two hundred free of charge relay, 400 medley relay, two hundred medley relay, 400 free of charge relay)

Braden Vines (400 IM)

Jordan Windle (one-meter diving, three-meter diving, platform diving)

Honorable Point out All-America accolades

Coby Carrozza (two hundred free of charge)

Caspar Corbeau (two hundred IM)

Noah Duperre (three-meter diving)

Jake Foster (two hundred IM, two hundred breast)

Andrew Harness (platform diving)

Alvin Jiang (two hundred fly)

Austin Katz (one hundred back)

JohnThomas Larson (500 free of charge, 1650 free of charge)

Brendan McCourt (one-meter diving)

Chris Staka (one hundred back, one hundred free of charge)

Braden Vines (two hundred IM, two hundred breast)

Alex Zettle (500 free of charge, 1650 free of charge)