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Josh Schneider

University of Cincinnati swimmer Josh Schneider earned the top seed in the 50-yard freestyle at the 2010 NCAA Men's Swimming & Diving Championship, set to take place from March 26-28 at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on the campus of the Ohio State University in Columbus.

The original dates were Thursday-Saturday, but were amended due to illness among the student-athletes. For more information click HERE.

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(8:46 p.m.): University of Cincinnati swimmer Josh Schneider placed sixth in the men's 100-yard freestyle, earning his second all-America honors at the 2010 NCAA Men's Swimming & Diving Championship in Columbus.

He clocked a time of 42.68, his seventh school record of the meet. He clocked personal bests and school records in all three events his swam, the 100 freestyle, 50 freestyle, and 100 butterfly.

Schneider closed out his meet as the 2010 NCAA Champion in the 50 freestyle, an all-America

selection in the 100 freestyle, and the winner of the consolation final in the 100 butterfly.

He set seven UC records and became the school's first National Champion since 1946.

Complete results of the 100 freestyle are below:

 NCAA Division I Championship Meet                      3/28/2010 - 19:43PM
           NCAA Men's D1 Championships - 3/26/2010 to 3/28/2010           
 
 Event 17  Men 100 Yard Freestyle
=========================================================================
     American: A 41.08  3/28/2009 Nathan Adrian, California
      US Open: O 40.92  3/29/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
    NCAA Meet: M 40.92  3/29/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
         NCAA: N 40.92  3/29/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
         Pool: P 42.01  3/28/2010 Nathan Adrian, CAL-PC
                 42.26  "A"
                 44.37  "B"
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                           
 
  1 Adrian, Nathan      CAL                 42.01      41.50P        20 
     r:+0.72  9.43        19.91 (10.48)
          30.64 (10.73)       41.50 (10.86)
  2 Feigen, Jimmy       TEX                 42.33      41.91P        17 
     r:+0.73  9.59        20.07 (10.48)
          31.03 (10.96)       41.91 (10.88)
  3 Louw, Gideon        AUB                 42.41      42.06         16 
     r:+0.78  9.60        20.18 (10.58)
          31.13 (10.95)       42.06 (10.93)
  4 Brown, Adam         AUB                 42.33      42.36         15 
     r:+0.77  9.75        20.38 (10.63)
          31.39 (11.01)       42.36 (10.97)
  5 Dunford, David      STAN                42.21      42.60         14 
     r:+0.81  9.72        20.30 (10.58)
          31.35 (11.05)       42.60 (11.25)
  6 Schneider, Josh     CINC                42.44      42.68         13 
     r:+0.69  9.56        20.26 (10.70)
          31.55 (11.29)       42.68 (11.13)
  7 Moore, Graeme       CAL                 42.36      42.90         12 
     r:+0.73  9.57        20.24 (10.67)
          31.50 (11.26)       42.90 (11.40)
  8 Walters, Dave       TEX                 42.28      42.96         11 
     r:+0.75  9.69        20.26 (10.57)
          31.45 (11.19)       42.96 (11.51)

(SUNDAY, 1:22 p.m.): Josh Schneider set a school record in the morning preliminaries of the 100 freestyle, his sixth UC record set at the NCAA Men's Swimming & Diving Championship in Columbus, Ohio.

Schneider qualified eighth, making the championship final and assuring himself of his second all-America honor of the meet. He swam a time of 42.44, bettering his school record of 43.00 that was set at the BIG EAST Championship in February.

Finals are set to get underway at 7 p.m. EDT Sunday night.

NCAA Division I Championship Meet               3/28/2010 - 12:28PM
NCAA Men's D1 Championships - 3/26/2010 to 3/28/2010

Event 17 Men 100 Yard Freestyle
==================================================================
American: A 41.08 3/28/2009 Nathan Adrian, California
US Open: O 40.92 3/29/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
NCAA Meet: M 40.92 3/29/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
NCAA: N 40.92 3/29/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
Pool: P 42.99 12/7/2008 Curt Carlson, Minnesota
42.26 "A"
44.37 "B"
Name Year School Seed Prelims
==================================================================
=== Preliminaries ===

1 Adrian, Nathan CAL 42.03 42.01Pq
r:+0.73 9.60 20.15 (10.55)
31.12 (10.97) 42.01 (10.89)
2 Dunford, David STAN 43.03 42.21Pq
r:+0.78 9.61 20.16 (10.55)
31.17 (11.01) 42.21 (11.04)
3 Walters, Dave TEX 43.22 42.28Pq
r:+0.74 9.63 20.21 (10.58)
31.17 (10.96) 42.28 (11.11)
4 Feigen, Jimmy TEX 42.63 42.33Pq
r:+0.74 9.88 20.52 (10.64)
31.51 (10.99) 42.33 (10.82)
4 Brown, Adam AUB 42.92 42.33Pq
r:+0.77 9.68 20.30 (10.62)
31.31 (11.01) 42.33 (11.02)
6 Moore, Graeme CAL 42.39 42.36Pq
r:+0.74 9.49 20.07 (10.58)
31.14 (11.07) 42.36 (11.22)
7 Louw, Gideon AUB 42.36 42.41Pq
r:+0.78 9.63 20.18 (10.55)
31.12 (10.94) 42.41 (11.29)
8 Schneider, Josh CINC 43.00 42.44Pq
r:+0.69 9.58 20.08 (10.50)
31.34 (11.26) 42.44 (11.10)

(10 p.m.): Josh Schneider set another school record, his third of the day, winning the consolation final of the men's 100-yard butterfly on day two of the NCAA Men's Swimming & Diving Championship in Columbus, Ohio.

Schneider clocked 46.21, eclipsing his UC-record mark of 46.38 set this afternoon in a swim-off.

He was second after the first turn behind Cal's Nathan Adrian and took the lead in the second 25. Schneider trailed making the turn for home, sitting in fourth. He swam a 12.37 on the final leg, clocking in at 46.21, ahead of second place Boris Loncaric from Texas A&M (46.23.

Schneider will close out his weekend Sunday in the 100 freestyle. He is seeded No. 11 with a season-best, school, and BIG EAST meet record time of 43.00.

Complete results of the 100 butterfly 'B' final are below:

                          Men's 100 Butterfly
                          === B - Final ===                           
 
  9 Schneider, Josh     CINC                46.38      46.21          9 
     r:+0.68  9.65        21.43 (11.78)
          33.84 (12.41)       46.21 (12.37)
 10 Loncaric, Boris     TA&M                46.79      46.23          7 
     r:+0.79  9.85        21.61 (11.76)
          33.72 (12.11)       46.23 (12.51)
 11 Brady, Chris        MICH                46.43      46.42          6 
     r:+0.71  9.87        21.60 (11.73)
          33.95 (12.35)       46.42 (12.47)
 12 Phillips, Tim       OSU                 46.68      46.47          5 
     r:+0.74  9.82        21.53 (11.71)
          33.66 (12.13)       46.47 (12.81)
 13 Adrian, Nathan      CAL                 46.79      46.73          4 
     r:+0.73  9.63        21.80 (12.17)
          33.80 (12.00)       46.73 (12.93)
 14 Caskey, Neil        TEX                 46.59      46.90          3 
    r:+0.79  10.08        21.85 (11.77)
          34.23 (12.38)       46.90 (12.67)
 15 Roberts, Cody       UNLV                46.59      47.17          2 
     r:+0.72  9.96        21.88 (11.92)
          34.18 (12.30)       47.17 (12.99)
 16 Anderson, Jorda     AUB                 46.49      47.30          1 
    r:+0.67  10.24        22.05 (11.81)
          34.48 (12.43)       47.30 (12.82)

(2:30 p.m.): Josh Schneider lost his swim-off to Georgia's Mark Dylla and will be the top seed in the consolation finals in the 100 butterfly Saturday evening. Schneider swam another school-record time of 46.34, but Dylla clocked in at 46.29 to earn the eighth spot in the championship final.

Schneider will also swim in the 100 freestyle preliminaries on Sunday.

(1:45 p.m.): A few stories on Schnieder's National Championship win last night:

(SATURDAY, 1:25 p.m.): University of Cincinnati swimmer Josh Schneider, fresh off his National Championship in the 50 freestyle Friday night, will compete in a swim-off for the final spot in the 100 butterfly championship final.


Schneider swam a school-record time of 46.38 in the preliminary heats, tying for eighth place with Georgia's Mark Dylla. The pair will swim another 100 butterfly, head-to-head, around 2:15 EDT.

Finals are set to get underway at 7 p.m. Saturday night.

(9:45 p.m.): Below is a photo of Schneider on the phone with former UC swimmer Charlie Keating, who won the last individual swimming title for the Bearcats in 1946.

Schneider Phone

(9:26 p.m.): Video of Schneider's Awards Ceremony: Click HERE

Josh Schneider Award

(9:26 p.m.): Video Interview with Schneider: Click HERE

(8:26 p.m.): Video of Schneider's race can be viewed here: Race Video

(8:22 p.m.): University of Cincinnati swimmer Josh Schneider won the 2010 NCAA Championship in the 50-yard freestyle, Friday on the first day of the NCAA meet at the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on the campus of The Ohio State University.

Schneider becomes UC's fourth individual national champion and the first in an individual swimming event since 1946. The three previous UC individual champions were Charles Keating (swimming) in 1946, diver Pat Evans in 1989, and diver Becky Ruehl in 1996. Keating was the 200 breaststroke champion, Evans was a 3-meter diving champion, and Ruehl took the 10-meter diving crown.

"The key to the race was not thinking about it," Schneider said. "I just let it rock out. I was third at the turn and I said to myself I wasn't going to lose the race. It was so loud in here, I had no idea I won. I looked up at the board and saw a 1 by my name and couldn't believe it."

The senior, top-seeded entering the event, swam a school- and pool-record time of 18.93. It was better then his seed time of 19.07 from the morning, and his first time swimming under 19 seconds in competition.

He trailed Cal's Nathan Adrian at the turn and was neck and neck with Texas' Jimmy Feigen swimming identical 9.27 opening 25s, compared to Adrian's 9.20. Schneider chased him down in the last 25 yards, swimming 9.66 to Feigen's 9.81 and Adrian's 9.82 to earn the win.

Schneider will swim two more races in the meet, tackling the 100 butterfly on Saturday and 100 freestyle on Sunday.

Complete results from the 50 freestyle are listed below:             
 
 Event 4  Men 50 Yard Freestyle
=========================================================================
     American: A 18.71  3/26/2009 Nathan Adrian, California
      US Open: O 18.47  3/27/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
    NCAA Meet: M 18.47  3/27/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
         NCAA: N 18.47  3/27/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
         Pool: P 18.97  3/26/2010 Jimmy Feigen, TEX-ST
                 19.35  "A"
                 20.31  "B"
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                           
 
  1 Schneider, Josh     CINC                19.07      18.93P        20 
     r:+0.70  9.27         18.93 (9.66)
  2 Adrian, Nathan      CAL                 19.04      19.02         17 
     r:+0.73  9.20         19.02 (9.82)
  3 Brown, Adam         AUB                 19.34      19.03         16 
     r:+0.75  9.33         19.03 (9.70)
  4 Feigen, Jimmy       TEX                 18.97      19.08         15 
     r:+0.71  9.27         19.08 (9.81)
  5 Louw, Gideon        AUB                 19.22      19.14         14 
     r:+0.75  9.39         19.14 (9.75)
  6 Daniels, Joshua     CAL                 19.29      19.41         13 
     r:+0.75  9.44         19.41 (9.97)
  7 Dunford, David      STAN                19.37      19.47         12 
     r:+0.78  9.57         19.47 (9.90)
  8 Coville, Alex       STAN                19.17      19.51         11 
     r:+0.70  9.39        19.51 (10.12)

 

(12:36 p.m.): Josh Schneider qualified for the Friday evening final after placing third in the preliminaries. He swam a personal-best and school-record time of 19.07 in the final qualifying heat. Schneider placed second, behind Texas' Jimmy Feigen, who was the quickest in the morning session with a clocking of 18.97.

A full list of qualifiers for the Friday night final is below:

 Event 4  Men 50 Yard Freestyle
==================================================================
American: A 18.71 3/26/2009 Nathan Adrian, California
US Open: O 18.47 3/27/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
NCAA Meet: M 18.47 3/27/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
NCAA: N 18.47 3/27/2008 Cesar Cielo, Auburn
Pool: P 19.40 2/16/2007 Bruno Barbic, Northwestern
19.35 "A"
20.31 "B"
Name Year School Seed Prelims
==================================================================
=== Preliminaries ===

1 Feigen, Jimmy TEX 19.24 18.97Pq
r:+0.72 9.29 18.97 (9.68)
2 Adrian, Nathan CAL 19.10 19.04Pq
r:+0.73 9.26 19.04 (9.78)
3 Schneider, Josh CINC 19.08 19.07Pq
r:+0.69 9.23 19.07 (9.84)
4 Coville, Alex STAN 19.49 19.17Pq
r:+0.71 9.28 19.17 (9.89)
5 Louw, Gideon AUB 19.18 19.22Pq
r:+0.79 9.39 19.22 (9.83)
6 Daniels, Joshua CAL 19.84 19.29Pq
r:+0.71 9.34 19.29 (9.95)
7 Brown, Adam AUB 19.25 19.34Pq
r:+3.09 9.43 19.34 (9.91)
8 Dunford, David STAN 19.51 19.37Pq
r:+0.75 9.41 19.37 (9.96)

LOOKING BACK AT THE 2009-10 SEASON ...

Schneider entered the NCAA meet as the top seed in the 50 freestyle event. His seed time of 19.08, also a UC, meet, and pool record clocking, was set during the preliminaries at the recent BIG EAST Conference Championships at Pittsburgh's Trees Pool.

Schneider, a two-time Honorable Mention all-America selection at the NCAA meet, will swim in three events at the meet for the second-consecutive year. He is the No. 9 seed in the 100 butterfly (46.44) and is seeded No. 11 in the 100 freestyle (43.00).

The senior won three individual league titles (50 free, 100 free, 100 fly), setting UC, meet, and pool records in all three events and was named the BIG EAST Men's Swimmer of the Year for the second-straight season. He was also an all-BIG EAST selection for the third-straight year.

SCHNEIDER IN THE NEWS

  • Cincinnati Enquirer, March 24 (STORY)
  • The Swimmers Circle Blog, March 17 (STORY)
  • BIGEAST.org, March 16 (STORY)
  • News Record, March 3 (STORY)
  • Swimming World TV, February 26 (STORY)

MEET/TICKET INFORMATION

Preliminaries begin at 12 noon each day with finals set for 7 p.m. Some tickets for the sessions remain and can be purchased online here or at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion while supplies last. All session tickets cost $75 while single session prices are $15 for preliminary rounds and $20 for the finals. All tickets will be honored for the session they were assigned, such as Day One - Session One, Day One - Session Two, etc...  In the event tickets have been purchased and the patron cannot attned the session following the rescheduling of the meet, refunds will be issued through the Ohio State Ticket Office.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: MARCH 26-28

Friday, March 26 - Day 1

  • 50 Freestyle

Saturday, March 27 - Day 2

  • 100 Butterfly

Sunday, March 28 - Day 3

  • 100 Freestyle

Teams, Numbers and More  Student-athletes from 48 different schools will be competing this week with 235 swimmers and 35 divers taking part. The school breakdown includes 41 schools with swimmers and/or divers and seven schools being represented by divers only.

Streaming Video  NCAA.com will stream both sessions of competition on Friday and Saturday, and the preliminary session on Sunday. ESPN360.com will stream the finals live on Sunday. To access the stream, visit www.ESPN360.com. Click on the FAQs link for software and system requirements, etc.  Anyone with a .edu e-mail address is able to obtain access to ESPN360 at no cost. 

NCAA Championships Home Page  NCAA.com is hosting the official 2010 Men's NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships home page. Click here to find streaming video and live stats links, venue information, times, schedule of events, directions to the venue, parking info and much, much more.

The McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion  The Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion was dedicated Oct. 14, 2005. Swimming events are contested at the Mike Peppe Natatorium and the diving events are held in the Ron O'Brien Diving Well. McCorkle is nestled snuggly among several historic, venerable and state-of-the-art facilities: Ohio Stadium sits to its northwest; the Thompson Memorial Library is directly east and the entrance to the Recreation and Physical Activities Center (RPAC) is adjacent to the entrance to McCorkle.

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