Men's Swimming Takes Top Honors At UCI Speedo Cup

Nov. 22, 2003

Long Beach, Calif. - The Stanford men's swimming team turned in another set of great swims to wrap up top honors at the UCI Speedo Cup with a total score of 1,885 at the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool in Long Beach. BYU finished second (1,012) followed by CSU Bakersfield (950.5). Rounding out the top five teams were UC San Diego (567.5) and Air Force (513.5).

Senior Markus Rogan of Stanford was named the Most Valuable Swimmer of the UC Irvine/Speedo Cup.

Shuan Phillips of Stanford won the 1650 free in a Speedo Cup record time of 15:14.74. Teammate Andy Grant finished third, clocking in at 15:28.59 for the Cardinal. Markus Rogan set his third Speedo Cup record of the meet as he won his third event of the meet with a time of 1:42.97 in the 200 back. Fellow senior Peter Marshall took second (1:45.02) while freshman Hongzhe Sun placed third (1:45.57) to complete the Stanford 1-2-3 finish.

Cardinal Ben Wildman-Tobriner took top honors in the 100 freestyle in a time of 44.22 while teammate Bobby O'Bryan finished third (45.27). Stanford's Gary Marshall won the 200 breaststroke turning in a time of 2:00.22 while Dan Trupin placed third (2:02.41).

Jayme Cramer of Stanford broke the Speedo Cup record in the 200 fly with a winning time of 1:45.37. Cardinal Matt McDonald was second in a time of 1:48.00.

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