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Denver Swimmers Reach Seven A-Finals Sunday at Mel Zajac

June 3, 2018

Results

VANCOUVER, B.C. – University of Denver men’s and women’s swimmers reached seven more A-Finals on Sunday to bring the weekend total to 20 on the final night of the Mel Zajac Jr. International at the UBC Aquatic Center.

Freshman Emily Vandenberg (Ajax, Ontario) swam Denver’s first A-Final of the night, taking ninth in the 50 breast with a 34.15. On the men’s side, freshman Adriel Sanes (Rosharon, Texas) also took ninth with a 30.60. 

A night after her trip to the podium in the 100 fly, redshirt-junior Heidi Bradley (Victoria, B.C.) qualified for the A-Final in the 200 fly, finishing eighth with a 2:19.12.

Junior Graham Walker (Nairobi, Kenya) earned the best finish of the night to that point for a Pioneer in the 200 fly, reaching the final wall in fifth with a 2:03.40.

Denver’s men continued their success in the freestyle events on the weekend. Farber cracked the top four in the 100 free, ahead of U.S. Olympian Ryan Lochte and Denver teammate Stephen Calkins (Calgary, Alberta) who touched the wall in ninth with a 51.36.

Bradley reached her fourth A-Final of the weekend, ultimately taking ninth with a 1:04.74 in the 100 back.

For Denver’s results from all three finals from Sunday’s events, see below. 


 

 

Denver Top-30 Finishes by Event (All Distances LCM)

A Final - 1-10 in prelims

B Final - 11-20

C Final - 21-30

Sunday Night

Women’s 50 Breast

9thEmily Vandenberg – 34.15 

Men’s 50 Breast

9thAdriel Sanes – 30.60 

Women’s 200 Fly

8thHeidi Bradley – 2:19.12 

Men’s 200 Fly

5thGraham Walker – 2:03.40 

Women’s 100 Free

16thAysia Leckie – 57.99

23rdJosie Valette – 58.31 

Men’s 100 Free

4thSid Farber – 50.10

9thStephen Calkins – 51.36

18thRobin Kuebler – 53.08

30thAdriel Sanes – 55.51 

Women’s 100 Back

9thHeidi Bradley – 1:04.74

Saturday Night

Women’s 100 Fly

2nd - Heidi Bradley – 1:01.80

5thJosie Valette – 1:01.83 

Men’s 100 Fly

11thGraham Walker – 55.16

12thStephen Calkins – 56.01

29thRobin Kuebler – 59.22 

Men’s 400 Free

8th - Colin Gilbert – 3:59.63 

Women’s 50 Back

11thHeidi Bradley – 30.26 

Men’s 50 Back

3rdCameron Auchinachie – 26.44

5thSid Farber – 27.04 

Women’s 200 IM

22ndEmily Vandenberg – 2:22.59 

Women’s 50 Free

16th - Josie Valette – 27.15

21stAysia Leckie – 26.71 

Men’s 50 Free

3rdSid Farber – 22.61

5thStephen Calkins – 23.30

8thCameron Auchinachie – 23.42

10thRobin Kuebler – 23.98

11thJackson Gainer – 23.75 

Women’s 200 Breast

14thEmily Vandenberg – 2:42.75

Men’s 200 Breast

13th - Adriel Sanes – 2:25.99 

Friday Night

Men's 800 Free 

4thColin Gilbert – 8:20.95

Women’s 200 Back

13thHeidi Bradley – 2:18.47 

Women’s 100 Breast

10thEmily Vandenberg – 1:14.41

Men’s 100 Breast

18thAdriel Sanes – 1:07.03 

Women’s 200 Free

13thAysia Leckie – 2:03.84 

Men’s 200 Free

7thColin Gilbert – 1:53.85

25thCameron Auchinachie – 1:56.90 

Women’s 50 Fly

9thHeidi Bradley – 28.50 

Men’s 50 Fly

3rdSid Farber – 24.52

12thGraham Walker – 25.60

16thAdriel Sanes – 25.94

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  

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