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Denver Heads into Championships after Record-Breaking Weekend

Feb. 22, 2018

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DENVER – The University of Denver men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have an exciting March to look forward to as the sport heads into its championship season, after the Pioneers put up some impressive times in the regular season that saw 12 school records fall and the program turn in two automatic qualification times.

Denver’s men’s program recorded 35 NCAA Standards, including an A-Cut time of 1:17.61 in the 200 free relay in Tennessee in the fall. On the women’s side, the Pioneers turned in 34 NCAA Standards, including Bailey Andison’s 1:54.38 in the 200 IM that automatically qualified her for the NCAA Championships. Denver also set 10 new Summit League Swimming and Diving Championship records last weekend in Sioux Falls. The Pioneers picked up 56 NCAA Standards (28 for each program) at last week’s Summit League Championships.

In 2017-18, head coach Brian Schrader earned his 14th Coach of the Year honor in his 11 seasons at Denver when he earned the Summit League Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year Award. In addition, DU head diving coach Benjamin Grado was recognized as the Men’s Diving Coach of the Year. On Tuesday, the Summit League also announced its All-League teams, of which 33 Pioneers were selected. To view the full list, click here.

Denver has now won five-straight men’s and women’s Summit League Championships, the women’s program’s seventh overall conference championship in the last eight years. The Pioneer men have now won eight conference championships in the last 10 years.

Below is a list of the school records, Summit League Championship records and NCAA Standards that the Pioneers have achieved so far in 2017-18.

UP NEXT: Denver will have three-straight weeks of action, starting with the CSCAA National Invitational (March 8-10), followed by the NCAA Women's Championships (March 14-17) and the NCAA Men's Championships (March 21-24). 

Denver School Records in 2017-18


 

 

Women's 200 Fly - Josie Valette - 1:57.91 

Women’s 200 IMBailey Andison – 1:54.38

Women's 200 Free Relay - Wice-Roslin, Moden, McCormick, Leckie - 1:29.35

Women’s 200 Medley Relay - McCormick, Andison, Bradley, Wice-Roslin – 1:37.19

Women’s 400 Medley Relay – McCormick, Andison, Bradley, Roas – 3:33.85

Women’s 800 Free Relay – Leckie, Andison, Tullier, Myers – 7:10.32

Men’s 50 Free – Sid Farber – 19.23

Men’s 100 Free Sid Farber – 42.56

Men’s 200 Free Relay – Farber, Loncar, Auchinachie, Calkins – 1:17.61

Men's 200 Breast - Adriel Sanes - 1:56.24

Men’s 200 Medley Relay - Time Trial - Wachtler, Jager, Calkins, Farber - 1:25.73

Men’s 400 Free – Calkins, Bornman, Auchinachie, Farber – 2:52.52

Women’s 500 Free: Maddie Myers – 4:43.43 (tied her previous school record) 

Summit League Championship Records

Women's 200 Free Relay - Wice-Roslin, Moden, McCormick, Leckie - 1:29.35

Women’s 200 Medley Relay - McCormick, Andison, Bradley, Wice Roslin – 1:37.19

Women’s 800 Free Relay – Leckie, Andison, Tullier, Myers – 7:10.32

Women's 200 Fly - Josie Valette - 1:57.91

Men's 400 Free Relay - Calkins, Auchinachie, Sykes, Wachtler - 2:54.61 

Men’s 400 Medley Relay – Loncar, Jager, Calkins, Auchinachie – 3:09.36 

Men's 100 IM - Cy Jager - 49.78

Men's 100 Free - Sid Farber - 42.78

Men's 200 Back - Anton Loncar - 1:41.15

Men's 200 Breast - Adriel Sanes - 1:56.24 

NCAA Standards (A-Standards in Bold)

Women’s 50 Free

Morgan Wice-Roslin – 22.55 – 2/15/18

Lauren Moden – 22.79 – 2/15/18

Men’s 50 Free

Sid Farber – 19.23 – 11/30/17

Cameron Auchinachie – 19.45 – 2/15/18

Anton Loncar – 19.91 – 11/30/17

Stephen Calkins – 20.00 – 11/30/17

Women’s 100 Free

Morgan Wice-Roslin – 49.12 – 2/17/18

Lauren Moden – 49.63 – 2/17/18

Bailey Andison – 49.63 – 12/2/17

Men’s 100 Free

Sid Farber – 42.56 – 12/2/17

Stephen Calkins – 42.94 – 2/17/18

Cameron Auchinachie – 43.44. – 2/17/18

Women’s 200 Free

Aysia Leckie – 1:46.96 – 2/14/18

Annelyse Tullier – 1:47.23 – 2/16/18

Men’s 200 Free

Stephen Calkins – 1:35.20 (aa) – 1/27/18

Colin Gilbert – 1:35.92 – 12/1/17

Ray Bornman – 1:37.22 – 12/1/17

Hugo Sykes – 1:37.57 – 12/1/17

Kyle Ewoldt – 1:37.92 – 2/14/18

Women’s 500 Free

Maddie Myers – 4:43.43 – 11/30/17

Annelyse Tullier – 4:47.05 – 2/15/18

Men’s 500 Free

Colin Gilbert – 4:16.32 – 11/30/17

Alex Walton – 4:24.48 – 2/15/18

Women’s 1650 Free

Maddie Myers – 16:24.61 – 2/17/18

Men’s 1650 Free

Colin Gilbert – 15:13.22 – 2/17/18

Alex Walton – 15:25.05 – 2/17/18

Women’s 100 Back

Morgan McCormick – 52.74 – 2/16/18

Heidi Bradley – 54.70 – 2/16/18

Lauren Moden – 54.75 – 2/16/18

Men’s 100 Back

Anton Loncar – 45.92 – 12/1/17

Cameron Auchinachie – 47.40 – 2/16/18

Neil Wachtler – 47.64 – 2/16/18

Women’s 200 Back

Morgan McCormick – 1:53.11 – 2/17/18

Men’s 200 Back

Anton Loncar – 1:39.75 – 12/2/17

Neil Wachtler – 1:45.84 – 2/17/18

Jared Smith – 1:45.97 – 12/2/17

Women’s 100 Breast

Bailey Andison – 1:01.10 – 12/1/17

Charlotte Simon – 1:02.21 – 12/1/17

Courtney Laird – 1:02.44 – 2/16/18

Men’s 100 Breast

Cy Jager – 53.73 – 2/16/18

Adriel Sanes – 54.0 – 2/16/18

Women’s 200 Breast

Bailey Andison – 2:10.83 – 12/2/17

Charlotte Simon – 2:12.23 – 12/2/17

Emily Vandenberg – 2:15.88 - 2/17/18

Men’s 200 Breast

Adriel Sanes – 1:56.24 – 2/17/18

Women’s 100 Fly

Josie Valette – 53.20 – 2/15/18

Kylie Cronin – 53.26 – 2/15/18

Morgan McCormick – 53.33 – 2/15/18

Heidi Bradley – 53.40 – 2/15/18

Deniz Ozkan – 54.41 – 2/15/18

Men’s 100 Fly

Stephen Calkins – 47.75 – 2/15/18

Peter Webster – 47-98 – 2/15/18

Sid Farber – 48.10 – 12/1/17

Women’s 200 Fly

Josie Valette – 1:57.91 – 2/17/18

Heidi Bradley – 1:59.01 – 12/2/17

Kylie Cronin – 1:59.24 – 2/17/18

Men’s 200 Fly

Graham Walker – 1:47.83 – 2/17/18

Kyle Ewoldt – 1:47.88 – 2/17/18

Women’s 200 IM

Bailey Andison – 1:54.38 – 11/30/17

Maddie Myers – 2:01.59 (aa) – 1/27/18

Men’s 200 IM

Neil Wachtler – 1:47.91 – 11/30/17

Adriel Sanes – 1:48.37 – 2/15/18

Women’s 400 IM

Bailey Andison – 4:06.10 – 12/1/17

Maddie Myers – 4:12.76 – 12/1/17

Men’s 400 IM

Kyle Ewoldt – 3:51.37 – 12/1/17

Men’s Relays

200 Free - Farber, Loncar, Auchinachie, Calkins – 1:17.61 – 12/2/17

400 Free – Calkins, Bornman, Auchinachie, Farber – 2:52.52 – 12/2/17

Women’s Relays

200 Free – Wice-Roslin, Moden, McCormick, Leckie – 1:29.35 – 2/15/18

200 Medley – McCormick, Andison, Bradley, Wice-Roslin – 1:37.19 – 2/14/18

UP NEXT: Denver will have swimmers compete in the 2018 American Short Course Championships from March 1-3. That competition will kick-start four-straight weeks of action with the CSCAA National Invitational (March 8-10), the NCAA Women's Championships (March 14-17) and the NCAA Men's Championships (March 21-24). 

ALUMNI GIVING CHALLENGE

The University of Denver is holding an alumni giving challenge for the 2017-2018 season in an effort to increase student-athlete alumni participation in the Denver Athletics Annual Fund. The sport with the highest percentage of alumni participation will receive an additional $10,000 of support through the generosity of an anonymous donor. Alumni can make a gift onlineby calling 303-871-2388 during normal business hours or by sending a check to:

Athletics Development Office

Attn: Kaley Rickert

2201 E. Asbury Avenue 

Denver, CO 80208  

Fans interested in making a donation to the women’s swimming and diving program can do so by clicking here. To make a donation to the men’s swimming and diving program, click here. Your contribution will make a direct impact on the success of YOUR Pioneers. Thank you in advance for your unwavering support of our student-athletes and their quest for excellence.    

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