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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 38. March 27, 1980 - March 29, 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 27, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/428/show/382.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (March 27, 1980 - March 29, 1980). 57th Annual NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships - Page 38. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/428/show/382

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Title 57th Annual NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships
Creator (LCNAF)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
Publisher National Collegiate Athletic Association
Date March 27, 1980 - March 29, 1980
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Swimming
  • Diving
  • College sports
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
  • Harvard University
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • 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 THE 1979 CHAMPIONSHIPS (March 22-24,1979) The University of California Golden Bears, riding the crest of six individual event victories, won their first National Collegiate Swimming Championship in the 1979 event held at Cleveland State University. Canadian junior Graham Smith led the California charge with firsts in the 100 yard breaststroke (NCAA Record 54.91), 200 yard breaststroke (2:00.37) and 200 yard individual medley (1:48.44). Sophomore Par Arvidsson swept the butterfly races for Cal, while senior Peter Rocca won the 200 yard backstroke. A record- setting 400 yard medley relay swim (3:15.22) helped raise the Bear margin of victory to 60 points over Pac-10 champion USC, 287-227. UCLA sensation Brian Goodell matched Smith with 3 individual titles as he set 3 NCAA and 2 American records in winning the 500 yard freestyle (4:16.43), 1650 yard freestyle (14:54.13), and the 400 yard individual medley (3:50.80) races. Tennessee junior Andy Coan won the 100 and 200 yard freestyle events and Auburn's Rowdy Gaines copped the 50 yard freestyle title. Divers Greg Louganis of Miami (Fla.) and Matt Chelich of Michigan put on a two-man show, trading the top 2 spots. Louganis won the 1 meter and Chelich the 3 meter event. Florida (224 points), defending champion and consensus favorite Tennessee (221), and UCLA (197) closed out the top five in the chase for the team title. Team Scoring California 287 Miami (Fla.) 38 Long Beach State 9 Southern Cal. 227 Harvard 35 Iowa 8 Florida 224 Arizona State 24 Minnesota 8 Tennessee 221 Stanford 23 North Carolina 7 UCLA 197 Southern Illinois 19 Ohio State 5 Auburn 160 Louisiana State 17 Texas-Arlington 4 Indiana 104 Arizona 14 Florida State 2 Alabama 90 Houston 14 Pittsburgh 2 Southern Methodist 76 Missouri 13 Wisconsin 1 Michigan 61 Texas 12 N.Carolina State 41 Arkansas 10 Individual Champions 50 YARD FREESTYLE Rowdy Gaines, Auburn 19.99 100 YARD FREESTYLE Andrew Coan, Tennessee 43.42 200 YARD FREESTYLE Andrew Coan, Tennessee 1:35.62 500 YARD FREESTYLE Brian Goodell, UCLA 4:16.43 1650 YARD FREESTYLE Brian Goodell, UCLA 14:54.13 100 YARD BACKSTROKE Carlos Berrocal, Alabama 49.71 200 YARD BACKSTROKE Peter Rocca, California 1:46.21 100 YARD BREASTSTROKE D. Graham Smith, California 54.91 200 YARD BREASTSTROKE D. Graham Smith, California 2:00.37 100 YARD BUTTERFLY Par Arvidsson, California 47.76 200 YARD BUTTERFLY Par Arvidsson, California 1:45.53 200 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY D. Graham Smith, California 1:48.44 400 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Brian Goodell, UCLA 3:50.80 1 METER DIVING Greg Louganis, Miami (Fla.) 513.75 3 METER DIVING Matthew Chelich, Michigan 527.85 400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY 2:54.74 Tennessee (Ebuna, Newton, Foreman, Coan) 800 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY 6:28.01 Florida (Zubero, Hillencamp, Dickson, Larson) 400 YARD MEDLEY RELAY 3:15.22 California (Rocca, Smith, Arvidsson, Holmertz) 37