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Championship Meets

  • Minneapolis, MN
    • Upcoming
    • Feb. 13–16, 2020

Top swims

Men

Name Event Time Pts
1 Callen Zemek 1000 Free 9:57.31 637
2 Tim Rizzo 500 Free 4:47.96 633
3 Callen Zemek 500 Free 4:49.88 621
4 Nolan Larson 100 Free 47.07 609
5 Jared Dawson 1000 Free 10:09.59 599
6 Adam Boerner 1650 Free 16:59.13 597
7 Nolan Larson 200 Fly 1:56.18 588
8 Adam Boerner 1000 Free 10:15.76 581
9 Andrew Becker 100 Free 47.85 580
10 Jared Dawson 500 Free 4:56.73 579

Women

Name Event Time Pts
1 Ellen Hofstede 50 Free 24.68 627
2 Ellen Hofstede 100 Free 53.81 607
3 Hailey Auran 100 Breast 1:06.69 602
4 Maria Newton 100 Free 54.55 583
5 Alyssa Lokensgard 50 Free 25.35 578
6 Mo Wolff 200 Free 1:59.24 574
7 Anna Astrup 100 Fly 59.59 571
8 Kasey Ericson 100 Free 55.11 565
9 Ada Meyer 100 Breast 1:08.20 563
10 Gretchen Behrens 500 Free 5:20.09 561

Commitments

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Charlotte Thomson

Arlington, VA
  • Power Index

    44.33

  • VA rank

    136th

  • 2020 rank

    1000th+

I decided to choose St. Olaf because I felt like part of their community the first time I visited campus, and I really saw Northfield as my second home. The team and coaches were so welcoming and I felt like an immediate member of their swim team. Playing the clarinet is an awesome hobby of mine, and St. Olaf has music programs of all commitment levels, so I can play the clarinet as well as swim DIII.
Sam Isaacman View Sam Isaacman profile

Sam Isaacman

Minneapolis, MN
  • Power Index

    59.91

  • MN rank

    101st

  • 2020 rank

    1000th+

I loved the campus and the engagement that the coaches showed to me on my visit. It is close to home, and I immediately felt like part of the family when I visited there.