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57th Annual NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships
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National Collegiate Athletic Association. 57th Annual NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships - Page 36. March 27, 1980 - March 29, 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 28, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/428/show/380.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (March 27, 1980 - March 29, 1980). 57th Annual NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships - Page 36. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/428/show/380

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Title 57th Annual NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
Publisher National Collegiate Athletic Association
Date March 27, 1980 - March 29, 1980
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  • Swimming
  • Diving
  • College sports
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
  • Harvard University
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  • Cambridge, Massachusetts
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  • programs (documents)
Language English
Physical Description 84 page document
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Original Item Location ID 2009-006, Box 7, Folder 25
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Transcript (Continued from Page 8) Goodell is six for six (500-1650 frees, 400 IM) his first two years at Westwood and he's aiming to make it nine for nine at Harvard. When he won his unique triple the first time at Long Beach in 1978 (it had never been done before — those three particular races) Goodell joined the illustrious Mark Spitz and John Naber as the only freshmen to ever triple at the NCAA Championship. If he wins his expected three this weekend, only Naber will be ahead of him in total career wins. Long John has 10, while Washington's Jack Medica and SC's Roy Saari won nine each. The Bruins are strong in the distances with Goodell and captain Tony Bartel (a fine flyer in his own right), and in the sprints will rely on All-America sophomore Robin Leamy. The fly is a UCLA strongpoint with Pan-Am Games 100 champ Bob Placak and Mike Saphir, who was a national finalist two years ago in the 400 IM. UCLA also has Montreal Olympian Chris Woo in the breaststrokes plus IMer-breaststroker-sprinter Bill Barrett, a versatile competitor who could triple in both breaststrokes and the 200 IM. Coach Peter Daland's Southern Cal Trojans, four-time winners during the seventies (1974-77), has the "F Boys" — Jeff Float, Jamie Fowler and Kurt Fredericks — as their "big guns." Float, World Champion in the 400 free in 1978, can score in the distances, 200 fly and 400 IM. Fowler is a threat to win both backstrokes and the 200 IM while Fredericks is a fast flyer-sprinter. SC can also call upon such talents as breaststroker-IMer Scot Matsuda, Canadian Olympian Steve Pickell (100 back, 100 fly), sprinter Mike Malony and Swedish breaststroker Jan Sjostrom. Other teams capable of cracking the Top 10 include Tennessee, with Coan, freestyler Kent Martin, backstroker— IMer Bob Weldon and breaststroker Gary Faykes; SMU, with double Pan-Am breaststroke gold medalist Steve Lundquist, favored in both breast and the 200 IM events; Indiana, with PAG 100 back silver medalist Romulo Arantes and flyer Jim Halliburton plus freestyler Chuck Sharpe and breaststroker Marc Schlatter; Stanford, with backstroker Wade Flemons, breaststroker-lmer John Simons and new head coach Skip Kenney; Southern Illinois and Iowa, which threatened to give Indiana a run for the Big 10 title. Finally, there's Michigan, led by sprinters Fernando Canales and Bob Murray and breaststrokers Bob Lazar and Tom Ernsting; Arizona, with all its prior NCAA champions (Tim Shaw, Bob Jackson, Greg Jagenburg) now eligible after transferring (with Coach Dick Jochums) from Cal. State Long Beach; and host Harvard, with IMer- breaststroker David Lundberg distance free aces Hackett and Larry Countryman, and backstroker Ron Raikula. The NCAAs have long been acclaimed as swimming's most outstanding competition. Combine the stress of three relays all squeezed into three days and, baby, you've got a real pressure cooker. There just isn't any rest and by the third day, 12 swims after the gun sounded for the first event, the competitor is mentally and physically drained. The competition is the toughest. The qualifying standards the highest. The emotional strain the greatest. But, Goodell concludes, "I wouldn't want it any other way." PARAFLYTE DIVING STANDS WATER POLO GOALS Compensate for competition with quality Paragon deck & underwater equipment. Meets AAU, NCAA & FINA standards. Write for catalog. KDI Paragon Inc PUT US ON YOUR TEAM. 12 PAULDING ST.. PLEASANTVILLE. N.Y. 10570 914-769-6221 35