Days 1 & 2: 2017 Division I Men’s NCAAs

By Reach for the Wall staff.

As expected, PVS has left a mark on Days 1 and 2 of the 2017 Division I Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships (March 22-25) in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Jack Conger (Rockville, Md / Our Lady of Good Counsel) and John Shebat (Oak Hill, Va / Oakton HS) have helped power the Texas Longhorns out to an early lead with 225.5 points.  Cal Berkeley, led by Andrew Seliskar (McLean, Va / Thomas Jefferson HS), is in 2nd with 143 points.  Florida is in 3rd with 138.5 points, and North Carolina State is 4th with 123 points.

http:// Shebat on the far left and Conger on the far right.

Key Info
  • Schedule
    • Prelims / Trials
      • Swimming:  10am (ET) on Thur., Fri. & Sat.
      • Diving:  12pm (ET) on Thur., Fri., & Sat.
    • Finals at 6pm (ET) on Wed., Thur., Fri., & Sat.
PVS Swimmers

Below are swimmers and divers from the Washington D.C. metro area (or from Maryland or Virginia) who are competing in NCAA’s this week.

Townley Haas
Townley Haas

800 Freestyle Relay

200 Freestyle Relay

  • 1st place – Texas (Brett Ringgold; Jack Conger, Tate Jackson, Joseph Schooling)

500 Freestyle

  • 2nd place – Townley Haas (Univ. of Texas / Richmond, Va. / Benedictine Prep)
  • 17th place – Ben Lawless (Univ. of Florida / Owings, Md / Northern HS) went a 4:14.14, just 0.05 seconds shy of making the top 16 swimmers who swim in finals on Thursday night.
  • 23rd place – Brennan Novak (Harvard Univ. / Potomac, Md / Gonzaga College HS)

200 Individual Medley

  • 5th place – Chase Kalisz (Univ. of Georgia / Bel Air, Md / Fallston High School)
  • 6th place place – Andrew Seliskar (Univ. of California Berkeley / McLean, Va / Thomas Jefferson HS)
  • 13th place – Brandon Fiala  (Virginia Tech / Fairfax, Va / Westfield HS)

50 Freestyle

John Shebat
John Shebat
  • 10th place – Jack Conger (Univ. of Texas / Rockville, Md / Our Lady of Good Counsel)
  • DQ (false start) – John Shebat (Univ. of Texas / Oak Hill, Va / Oakton HS)

One-meter Diving

  • Grayson Campbell (Univ. of Texas / Vienna, Va / James Madison HS) placed 17th, just missed the top 16 divers who qualified for finals on Thursday night.

400 Medley Relay

  • 1st place – Texas (John Shebat (Oak Hill, Va / Oakton HS); Will Licon; Joseph Schooling; Jack Conger)
    • Their time of 2:59.22 are new US Open and NCAA records.
  • 4th place – Univ. of Southern Cal (Ralf Tribuntsov; Carsten Vissering (Bethesda, Md / Georgetown Prep HS); Carter Dylan; Santo Condorelli)
  • 24th place – Virginia Tech (Robert Owen; Brandon Fiala (Fairfax, Va / Westfield HS); Norbert Szabo; Harrison Pierce)

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