No. 3 Men's Swimming Concludes Second Day Of Texas Invitational
Nov. 30, 2007
The No. 3 Stanford men's swimming had 15 swimmers compete in the finals on the second day of competition at the Texas Invitational Friday evening.
In the 400 IM, it was Josh Charnin-Aker touching the wall first for Stanford as he swam to a sixth place overall finish with an NCAA `B' cut time of 3:52.20. Scott Lathrope was not far behind was not far behind as he earned an eighth place finish in an NCAA `B' cut with a time of 3:54.10. David Mosko (13th - 4:00.52) and Sven Hinrichsen (15th - 4:02.84) also competed in the event for the Cardinal.
Jason Dunford led the way for Stanford in the 200 free as he swam to a 16th place finish in a time of 1:38.67. Teammate Danny Beal posted a 23rd place finish in his time of 1:38.91, while Phillip Morrison (29th - 1:38.46) and David Mosko (31st - 1:39.41) also competed in the event.
In the 100 breast, Paul Kornfeld clocked an NCAA `B' cut time of 54.17 to earn a seventh place finish. Nate Cass touched the wall in ninth place as he posted an NCAA `B' cut of 54.12, while Chris Ash placed 12th in an NCAA `B' cut of 54.81. John Criste finished in 13th with a time of 55.38, while teammate Paul Zaich placed 15th in 56.21.
Eugene Godsoe captured a sixth place finish in the 100 back as he posted an NCAA `B' cut time of 47.93. Austin Staab swam to ninth place in an NCAA `B' cut time of 47.93, while teammate Patrick Simpkins finished 38th in a time of 52.71.
Stanford returns to action tomorrow as the prelims begin at 8:00 a.m., and the finals taking place at 6:00 p.m.