Men's Swimming

SMU Men's Swimming Closes Out NCAAs

Go smu!
Go smu!

Go smu!

DALLAS (SMU) - After a successful second day at the 2005 Men's NCAA Swimming Championships in Minneapolis Minn., SMU did not have a representative in an event final on Saturday. The Mustangs swam in the preliminaries of two events, but were unable to make the top 16. Ian Clark swam the 200 back in 1:47.87 good for 36th, while Camilo Becerra (44.50) and Per Nylin (45.17) both participated in the 100 free. Becerra landed in 40th-place and Nylin?s time was good for 47th.

Complete results of the 2005 Men's Swimming and Diving Championships can be found at



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