U-M Qualifies 17 Swimmers, Five Relays for NCAA Championships
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March 13, 2013

Official Psych Sheet | List of Invited Swimmers | List of Invited Relay Teams

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The No. 1-ranked University of Michigan men's swimming and diving team will send 17 swimmers and all five relays to the NCAA Championships, which will be held March 28-30 at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, Ind., following the release of the official psych sheet on Wednesday afternoon (March 13). The Wolverines have the most qualified swimmers of any team in the field as they compete for their 12th national championship and first since 1995.

NAME EVENT(S)
Hassaan Abdel Khalik (SR/JR) 500-yard Freestyle
200-yard Freestyle
Dylan Bosch (FR) 200-yard IM
400-yard IM
200-yard Butterfly
Peter Brumm (FR) 200-yard IM
Ryan Feeley (SR) 500-yard Freestyle
1,650-yard Freestyle
Sean Fletcher (SR) 100-yard Butterfly
100-yard Backstroke
Richard Funk (SO) 100-yard Breaststroke
200-yard Breaststroke
Justin Glanda (SO) 200-yard Freestyle
Connor Jaeger (JR) 500-yard Freestyle
1,650-yard Freestyle
Ryutaro Kamiya (JR) 200-yard Backstroke
Anders Lie Nielsen (FR) 500-yard Freestyle
200-yard Freestyle
1,650-yard Freestyle
Bruno Ortiz (SO) 50-yard Freestyle
100-yard Breaststroke
100-yard Freestyle
Miguel Ortiz (SR) 50-yard Freestyle
100-yard Backstroke
Sean Ryan (JR) 500-yard Freestyle
1,650-yard Freestyle
Zachary Turk (GS) 50-yard Freestyle
100-yard Freestyle
Kyle Whitaker (JR) 200-yard IM
400-yard IM
200-yard Butterfly
John Wojciechowski (JR) 200-yard IM
100-yard Butterfly
200-yard Butterfly
Michael Wynalda (JR) 500-yard Freestyle
200-yard Butterfly

The Wolverines have the most entries in the 500-yard freestyle with six (excluding two more optional entries). They will also have four entries in the 200-yard individual medley, 1,650-yard freestyle and 200-yard freestyle (with four more optional entries).

Michigan has finished inside the top 10 in 12 straight seasons at the NCAA Championships, including a fifth-place finish last season. In all, Michigan swimmers and divers have won 160 NCAA event championships -- 123 in individual events and 37 on relays. The program's last individual champion was Tyler Clary, who won the 400-yard IM in 2010. The last relay to win a national championship was the 800-meter freestyle relay team of Peter Vanderkaay, Davis Tarwater, Andrew Hurd and Dan Ketchum in 2004.

There will be 51 teams represented at the NCAA Championships, comprised of 235 total swimmers. Divers will be added to rosters following the conclusion of all five zone meets this week.

Contact: Brad Rudner (734) 763-4423