Saturday, March 30, 2002

Sycamore grad second in NCAA swim meet




        ATHENS, Ga. - Michigan sophomore Dan Ketchum (Sycamore High) came up .09 seconds short of an individual title Friday at the NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships.

        Ketchum finished the 200-yard freestyle in 1:34.76, just behind Florida's Adam Sioui (1:34.67). Ketchum also swam the anchor leg of Michigan's 800 freestyle relay that finished third, behind Southern Cal and Texas.

        Stanford freshman Jayme Cramer (St.Xavier) finished sixth in the 100 backstroke in 46.95 and seventh in the 100 butterfly in 47.22. He also swam the third leg of the Cardinal's 800 free relay, which placed sixth.

       



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