Men's Swimming

Mustangs Earn Second Fastest Time Of Season

Go smu! Ryan Koops
Go smu!
Ryan Koops
Go smu!

March 28, 2013

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INDIANAPOLIS (SMU) - On day one of the NCAA Championship, the SMU men's swimming and diving team finished seventeenth in the 200-yard freestyle relay at 1:18.77, which is their second fastest time of the season. Junior Ryan Koops earned his fastest freestyle split of all time at 19.2 and Mindaugas Sadauskas also split at 19.2.

In the 50-yard freestyle Sadauskas finished thirty-sixth with a time of 19.90.

Devin Burnett finished twenty-first in one meter diving action, which are thirteen spots higher than what he finished on the board last year.

In the 400-yard medley relay, Sadauskas had the seventh fastest freestyle split (42.3) of the preliminaries to help the team finish twenty-first in the country.

The Mustangs will hit the pool again tomorrow for day two of the NCAA Championship with preliminaries beginning at 10 a.m. and the finals starting at 6 p.m. Live stats are available here.



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