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Men's NCAA Champs: 200 Medley Relay

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Men's NCAA Champs: 200 Medley Relay

Mar 25, 2017

200 MEDLEY RELAY

NCAA Record: 1:22.27 (Michigan, 2013) 1:21.54 (Texas, 2017)
Meet Record: 1:22.27 (Michigan, 2013) 1:21.54 (Texas, 2017)
American Record: 1:22.40 (California, 2015)
US Open Record: 1:22.27 (Michigan, 2013) 1:21.54 (Texas, 2017)


​WHAT JUST HAPPENED? The defending NCAA champions -- Alabama -- got off to a massive start out of lane one with ​Connor Oslin​ in 20.39 by out-splitting ​Ryan Murphy​ of Cal (20.47) to take the lead. At the 100 mark, it was a three team race between California (43.63), Alabama (43.69), and Texas (43.75). Enter ​Joseph Schooling.​ Schooling unloaded a 19.45 butterfly split for the Longhorns to give them the lead, but Bama's Luke Kaliszak ​had a great split as well (19.94) to keep the Crimson Tide in contention going into the anchor leg. Cal was still in the picture, too with ​Justin Lynch​​'s​ 20.04 fly leg. Texas had a slight lead as ​Brett Ringgold ​(18.34) dove into the water, but Alabama's ​Zane Waddell​ fought hard to split an 18.26. In the end, it was Texas taking the win in a new NCAA, Meet, and US Open Record time of 1:21.54 -- destroying the old record. Also going under the old record was Alabama in second with a time of 1:21.89. California faded to third and finished with a time of 1:22.28.​

1.) Texas: 1:21.54 (NCAA, Meet, & US Open Record)
2.) Alabama: 1:21.89
3.) California: 1:22.28
4.) Missouri: 1:22.48
5.) Florida: 1:23.08
6.) NC State: 1:23.18
7.) Stanford: 1:23.74
8.) Louisville: 1:24.06