Cal Men's Swimming in Second After Day Two of Texas Invite

Dec. 2, 2000

AUSTIN, TX - The University of California men's swim team is in second place (393 points) after the second day of the three-day Texas Invitational. Cal trails only host and No. 1 ranked Texas (543).

Day two highlights for the Bears included sophomore Daniel Kim winning the 100 breast with a time of 55.14 and junior Andrew Chan placing eighth with a time of 56.64. Other top individual finishes were sophomore Joe Bruckart placing fifth (1:38.12) and junior Matt Burny sixth (1:38.43) in the 200 free, and junior Matt Macedo placing sixth in the 100 back (49.82).

Cal also excelled in the relays, placing second in both the 200 medley relay (1:29.41 Macedo, Kim, freshman Fabian Friedrich, sophomore Anthony Ervin) and the 800 free relay (6:37.69 Bruckart, Burny, junior Sean Gruver, sophomore Trent Holsman).

Day one highlight for the Bears was the 200 free relay team of Macedo, Burny, senior Scott Greenwood and Ervin winning the invitational with a time of 1:19.25. Other top swims in the first day were Ervin placing second (19.57), Macedo fifth (20.46) and sophomore Frank Uxa eighth (20.59) in the 50 free.

Cal also placed third in the 400 medley relay (3:17.18 Macedo, Kim, Friedrich, Ervin). Juniors Bayani Flores (1:50.17) and Peter Aronsson (1:52.08) were fourth and eighth, respectively, in the 200 IM.

Complete results of the Texas Invitational can be found on

2000 University of Texas InvitationalTeam Rankings - Through Event 28

Men's Scoring 1 TEXAS 543 2 CAL 393 3 ARIZONA 365 4 WISCONSIN 309 5 HARVARD 301 6 MICHIGAN 221 7 SMU 190 8 ARIZONA STATE 143 9 NEBRASKA 109 10 TCU 99 11 STANFORD 74 12 KANSAS 21

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