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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (DU/CSCAA) – The University of Denver men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs will head to the 2018 College Swimming and Diving Coaches’ Association of America National Invitational this weekend in Annapolis, for the first of three-consecutive weeks of championship meets after the Pioneers took home their fifth-straight Summit League titles last month.

The meet will consist of swimmers who met NCAA Championship time standards but did not receive an invitation to that national meet.  Additionally, both individual event and relay swimmers could automatically qualify for the meet by virtue of winning the event at their conference championship or by attaining other time standards established for the meet.

Schedule of Events (Name – Seed – Time)


 

 

Schedule – 10:30 a.m. trials and 6 p.m. finals each day

Thursday, March 8

200 Freestyle Relay – 1 men’s (top seed) and 1 women’s relay (second seed)

Women’s 500 Freestyle:

Annelyse Tullier – 3rd – 4:47.05

Andi Johnston – 6th – 4:49.52

Josie Valette – 18th – 4:54.94

Men’s 500 Freestyle:

Colin Gilbert – 1st – 4:16.32

Women’s 200 Individual Medley:

Emily Vandenberg – 15th – 2:02.18

Charlotte Simon – 17th – 2:02.84

Kylie Cronin – 22nd – 2:03.61

Courtney Laird – 39th – 2:06.46

Deniz Ozkan – 41st – 2:07.03

Men’s 200 Individual Medley:

Neil Wachtler – 5th – 1:47.91

Adriel Sanes – 7th – 1:48.37

Kyle Ewoldt – 18th – 1:50.78

Cy Jager – 26th – 1:52.84

Women’s 50 Freestyle:

Lauren Moden – 5th – 22.79

Aysia Leckie – 18th – 23.14

Men’s 50 Freestyle:

Peter Webster – 6th – 20.34

Hugo Sykes – 10th – 20.48

Jackson Gainer – 13th – 20.49

Graham Walker – 39th – 21.32

400 Medley Relay – 1 men’s (top seed) and 1 women’s (fourth seed)

Friday, March 9

200 Medley Relay – 1 men’s (top seed) and 1 women’s (top seed)

Men’s 400 IM:

Kyle Ewoldt – 3rd – 3:51.37

Women’s 100 Butterfly:

Josie Valette – 2nd – 53.20

Kylie Cronin – 4th – 53.26

Heidi Bradley – 6th – 53.40

Deniz Ozkan – 16th – 54.41

Men’s 100 Butterfly:

Peter Webster – 4th – 47.98

Graham Walker – 19th – 49.49

Women’s 200 Freestyle:

Aysia Leckie – 2nd – 1:46.96

Annelyse Tullier – 5th – 1:47.23

Andi Johnston – 16th – 1:48.54

Men’s 200 Freestyle:

Colin Gilbert – 1st – 1:35.92

Hugo Sykes – 10th – 1:37.57

Women’s 100 Breaststroke:

Charlotte Simon – 8th – 1:02.21

Courtney Laird – 12th – 1:02.44

Emily Vandenberg – 13th – 1:02.56

Men’s 100 Breaststroke:

Cy Jager – 1st – 53.73

Adriel Sanes – 4th – 54.00

Women’s 100 Backstroke:

Heidi Bradley – 11th – 54.70

Lauren Moden – 12th – 54.75

Men’s 100 Backstroke:

Neil Wachtler – 3rd – 47.64

800 Free Relay: 1 men’s (second seed) and 1 women’s (third seed)

Saturday, March 10

Women’s 1650 Freestyle:

Andi Johnston – 4th – 16:35.06

Men’s 1650 Freestyle:

Colin Gilbert – 4th – 15:13.22

Men’s 200 Backstroke:

Neil Wachtler – 6th – 1:45.84

Women’s 100 Freestyle:

Lauren Moden – 4th – 49.63

Aysia Leckie – 14th – 50.11

Annelyse Tullier – 27th – 50.67

Men’s 100 Freestyle:

Hugo Sykes – 4th – 44.59

Peter Webster – 23rd – 45.69

Jackson Gainer – 36th – 46.47

Women’s 200 Breaststroke:

Charlotte Simon – 1st – 2:12.23

Emily Vandenberg – 13th – 2:15.88

Courtney Laird – 17th – 2:18.08

Men’s 200 Breaststroke:

Adriel Sanes – 1st – 1:56.24

Cy Jager – 18th – 2:03.76

Women’s 200 Butterfly:

Josie Valette – 2nd – 1:57.91

Heidi Bradley – 7th – 1:59.01

Kylie Cronin – 8th – 1:59.24

Deniz Ozkan – 22nd – 2:04.61

Men’s 200 Butterfly:

Graham Walker – 8th – 1:47.83

Kyle Ewoldt – 9th – 1:47.88

400 Freestyle Relay: 1 men’s (top seed) and 1 women’s (sixth seed)

UP NEXT: Bailey Andison (Smiths Falls, Ontario) and Morgan McCormick (Golden, Colo.) will compete in the 2018 NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship in Columbus, Ohio. For more information on the women’s championships, click here. The NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship field will be announced later this week.

Denver will have participants compete at the CSCAA National Invitational Championships (March 8-10) in Annapolis. All Division I conference champions (individual and relay) receive an automatic invitation to the NIC. Individuals and relays may also qualify by equaling or surpassing the automatic time standards.

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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