Lohn, John
March 2005
Swimming World;Mar2005, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p8
This article focuses on how swimming world magazine analyzes the NCAA Division I Men's Championship. If Auburn's men's team should win this year's NCAAs — and that's what Swimming World Magazine thinks will happen — Coach Dave Marsh's swimming program will qualify for "dynasty" status. The 2003 NCAA champ in the 200 free, free styler Simon Burnett shattered another free styler Matt Biondi's long-standing NCAA record in the event earlier this season, clocking 1:32.22. The Trojans will also benefit from the return of Ous Mellouli, a Tunisian Olympian who racked up second-place finishes at last year's NCAA Championships in the 400 IM and 1500 free. INSETS: IN THE MIX;DAVID MARSH BOBBLE HEAD DOLL;30,000th CUSTOMER;SWIM WITH MIKE


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