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April 26, 2011

2010-11 Season - 2010-11 MEN'S SWIMMING REVIEW

Freshman Justin Reppy was named the MVP at the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin meet in 2011 after he won three events. He also set four individual school records during the 2010-11 season.

The Augustana men’s swimming team earned 246.50 and finished in fifth place at the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin Championship Meet for the second straight season.  Carthage outdistanced the field with 956 points with Wheaton placing second at 858.50 points.  Rose-Hulman finished third with 571 points and Illinois Wesleyan grabbed the fourth spot with 448 points.  Millikin took sixth with 150 points and North Central rounded out the field with 123 points.

Freshman Justin Reppy (Oswego HS, Oswego, Ill.) was honored as CCIW “Co- Male Swimmer of the Meet” after winning a pair of individual events at the conference meet.  He swam past the field in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:40.40 and earned top honors in the 1650 freestyle with a clocking of 16:15.63.

Augustana also had several other top 10 finishes over the weekend.  Freshman Daniel Hinck (Harlem HS, Loves Park, Ill.) was sixth in the 500 freestyle (4:50.37) and eighth in the 200 freestyle (1:47.22).  Freshman Austin Zarbuck (Urbana HS, Urbana, Ill.) notched a couple eighth place performances in the 500 freestyle (4:53.24) and 1650 freestyle (17:09.91) races.  Sophomore Chris Greaves (Morris HS, Morris, Ill.) also turned in a seventh place showing in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:06.15.

Reppy, Hinck, and Greaves also played an integral role in a trio of relays that brought home top-five finishes.  They combined with Zarbuck to place fourth in the 800 freestyle relay with a time of 7:05.28.  Junior Charles Vogt (Oak Park-River Forest HS, Oak Park, Ill.) joined the group to take fifth in the 200 freestyle relay (1:28.35).  Freshman Jasen Hengst (Bettendorf HS, Bettendorf, Iowa) was a part of the fifth place 400 medley relay team that hit the finish in a time of 3:45.04.

The Vikings opened the year with a second place finish at the four-team Illinois Wesleyan Halloween Invitational.  Hinck won the 100 freestyle and Reppy earned top honors in the 500 freestyle to lead the way for the Blue & Gold.  Greaves added a runner-up finish in the 200 backstroke.

The team cruised past Millikin 112-65 in the first dual meet of the year, winning eight of the 11 events.  Reppy, Hinck, Charles Vogt, sophomore Harrison Vogt (Oak Park-River Forest HS, Oak Park, Ill.), Hengst, and Zarbuck all won individual titles to lead the Vikings.  The positive momentum carried over to the next dual meet against Monmouth where the Vikings edged out a 97-96 victory with a win in the final relay race of the night.  The Vikings trailed by six points heading into the 200 freestyle relay, but Reppy, Charles Vogt, Greaves, and Hinck won the event to clinch the team victory.  Greaves won two individual events while Hinck and Zarbuck also grabbed individual titles.

Augustana finished third in the Illinois Wesleyan Invitational out of six teams and also took third at the Grinnell Invitational in a field of 11 squads in the final two invites of 2010.  The Vikings also dropped a dual match to Loras by a score of 118-86.  At Illinois Wesleyan, Hinck led the way with victories in the 50 freestyle and 200 freestyle.  Reppy turned around and won the 500 freestyle and 1650 freestyle events at Grinnell with Hinck taking second in the 500 race.  Greaves and Reppy also each won a pair of events in the dual meet against the Duhawks.

After training in Florida over the Winter Break, the team was back in the pool to begin 2011 and fell narrowly to Coe in a dual meet by a score of 104-101.  The Vikings won seven events on the day, but had a relay team disqualified in the final event.  Reppy, Greaves, Hengst, and Zarbuck were all individual winners against the Kohawks.  Augustana returned to Grinnell for another invitational full of strong competition, this time finishing fourth out of seven teams, helping to prepare the Blue & Gold for the CCIW meet to close out the season.

 

 

 


2011 CCIW Swimming Championship
Wheaton, Illinois

Men’s Team Results: 1) Carthage 956; 2) Wheaton 858.5; 3) Rose-Hulman 571; 4) Illinois Wesleyan 448; 5) AUGUSTANA 246.5; 6) Millikin 150; 7) North Central 123

Individual Champions
(and Augustana finishers)

50 freestyle: 1. Ryan Ortmann, Carthage :21.08
100 freestyle: 1. Ryan Ortmann, Carthage :46.13; 11. Daniel Hinck, Augustana :48.35, 16. Charles Vogt, Augustana :50.75
200 freestyle: 1. Justin Reppy, Augustana 1:44.15; 8. Daniel Hinck, Augustana 1:47.22; 15. Chris Greaves, Augustana 1:49.05; 16. Austin Zarbuck, Augustana 1:50.26
500 freestyle: 1. Justin Reppy, Augustana 4:40.40; 6. Daniel Hinck, Augustana 4:50.37; 8. Austin Zarbuck, Augustana 4:53.24
1650 freestyle: 1. Justin Reppy, Augustana 16:15.63; 8. Austin Zarbuck, Augustana 17:09.91
100 backstroke: 1. Mike Firth, Illinois Wesleyan :51.23
200 backstroke: 1. Kyle Drake, Carthage 1:50.35; 13. Chris Greaves, Augustana 2:02.57
100 breaststroke: 1. Andrew Podgorski, Rose-Hulman :58.10; 16. Ryan Chaney, Augustana 1:06.37
200 breaststroke: 1. Adam Van Huis, Carthage 2:08.35
100 butterfly: 1. John Huster, Rose-Hulman :50.42; 15. Eric Zike, Augustana :56.27
200 butterfly: 1. Marcus Duval, Illinois Wesleyan 1:54.41; 7. Chris Greaves, Augustana 2:06.15
200 IM: 1. Marcus Duval, Illinois Wesleyan 1:54.93; 14. Marcus Julian, Augustana 2:05.15
400 IM: 1. Marcus Duval, Illinois Wesleyan 4:06.10
200 freestyle relay: 1. Carthage 1:23.90; 5. Chris Greaves, Charles Vogt, Justin Reppy, Daniel Hinck, Augustana 1:28.35; 12. Austin Zarbuck, Denny Wind, Ryan Chaney, Jasen Hengst, Augustana 1:36.59
400 freestyle relay: 1. Carthage 3:04.90; 11. Austin Zarbuck, Kennen Hootman, Jason Hengst, Denny Wind, Augustana 3:44.02
800 freestyle relay: 1. Carthage 6:56.28; 4. Daniel Hinck, Chris Greaves, Austin Zarbuck, Justin Reppy, Augustana 7:05.28; 12. Charles Vogt, Jasen Hengst, Ryan Chaney, Denny Wind, Augustana 7:55.59
200 medley relay: 1. Wheaton 1:32.50; 7. Austin Zarbuck, Ryan Chaney, Denny Wind, Charles Vogt, Augustana 1:50.06
400 medley relay: 1. Wheaton 3:25.52; 5. Chris Greaves, Jason Hengst, Justin Reppy, Daniel Hinck, Augustana 3:45.04
One meter diving: 1. Derek Meadows, Wheaton 383.05
Three meter diving: 1. Derek Meadows, Wheaton 384.50

2010-11 AUGUSTANA SUPERLATIVES

DUAL MEET RECORD: 2-2
COLLEGE CONFERENCE OF ILLINOIS & WISCONSIN FINISH: 5th with 246.50 points
SCHOOL RECORD: Justin Reppy…200 freestyle (1:44.15)…500 freestyle (4:40.40)….1000 freestyle (9:46.07)…1650 freestyle (16:15.63); Chris Greaves, Daniel Hinck, Austin Zarbuck, Justin Reppy…800 freestyle relay (7:05.28).
CCIW CO-MALE SWIMMER OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET: Justin Reppy
CCIW MALE COACH OF THE YEAR: Scott Johannsen
CCIW ALL-CONFERENCE: Justin Reppy (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 1650 freestyle)
CCIW ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE: Christopher Greaves, F. Jasen Hengst, Austin Zarbuck
TEAM FINISHES IN INVITATIONALS: Illinois Wesleyan Halloween Invitational on 10/23/10 – 2nd of 4…Illinois Wesleyan Invitational on 11/20/10 – 3rd of 6…Grinnell Invitational on 12/03-04/10 – 3rd of 11…Grinnell Invitational on 01/21-22/11 – 4th of 7.
INVITATIONAL INDIVIDUAL & RELAY CHAMPIONS
Illinois Wesleyan Halloween Invitational on 10/23/10 – 100 freestyle (Daniel Hinck) :50.94…500 freestyle (Justin Reppy) 5:10.44
Illinois Wesleyan Invitational on 11/20/10 – 50 freestyle (Daniel Hinck) :22.98…200 freestyle (Daniel Hinck) 1:51.09
Grinnell Invitational on 12/03/10 – 500 freestyle (Justin Reppy) 4:58.25…1650 freestyle (Justin Reppy) 17:29.01
2010-11 CAPTAINS ELECT: Chris Greaves & Denny Wind

ALL-TIME TOP 10 LISTS

Justin Reppy…200 freestyle (1st – 1:44.15)…500 freestyle (1st – 4:40.40)…1000 freestyle (1st – 9:46.07)…1650 freestyle (1st – 16:15.63)…200 butterfly (9th – 2:02.87)
Daniel Hinck…500 freestyle (2nd – 4:49.92)…200 freestyle (3rd – 1:45.30)…100 freestyle (6th - :48.35)
Austin Zarbuck…1650 freestyle (3rd – 17:09.91)…500 freestyle (7th – 4:53.24)
Chris Greaves…200 backstroke (5th – 2:02.57)

Story written by Assistant Sports Information Director Adam Strand