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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Giovanni Gutierrez Lozano Wins Collegiate Championships

Courtesy of College Swimming Coaches Association of America, Lone Star Lake, Lawrence, Kansas.

Giovanni Gutierrez Lozano defended his national title at the 5 km College Swimming Coaches Association of America National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championships in Lone Star Lake in Lawrence, Kansas.

Missouri University won the team title with its top three swimmers sweeping the podium with Brazilian teammate Giovanny Lima in second and Jacob Wielinski in third.

Men's 5 km Individual Race Results:
1. Giovanni Gutierrez Lozano, Missouri University 59:17.48
2. Giovanny Lima, Missouri University 59:17.77
3. Jacob Wielinski, Missouri University 59:21.09
4. Minki Kang, Missouri State University 59:34.61
5. Dayne Odendaal, TCU 59:35.14
6. Marcelo Figueiredo, Carson-Newman University 59:39.69
7. Jack DuBois, Missouri University 59:46.70
8. Jacob Hurrell-Zitelman, Trinity University 59:52.14
9. Dane Florea, Missouri University 59:52.52
10. Felipe Rizzo, Texas A&M 59:56.04
11. Pawel Krawczyk, Missouri State University 1:00:02.15
12. Moritz Fath, George Washington University 1:00:11.97
13. Antonio Thomas, Missouri State University 1:00:34.24
14. Christopher Arena, Johns Hopkins University 1:00:35.86
15. Stanislas Raczynski, Emmanuel College 1:01:24.80
16. Casey Charles, Carson-Newman University 1:01:25.99
17. D. H. Hwang, George Washington University 1:01:54.27
18. David Miranda, Northern Michigan 1:02:10.43
19. Rhory Legendre, TCU 1:02:56.12
20. Lucas Stuart, Texas A&M 1:03:04.59
21. Grantas Dapkus, Northern Michigan 1:03:05.79
22. Justin Viotto, Providence College 1:03:07.87
23. Chris Cole, Southern Illinois University 1:03:09.32
24. Collin Hughes, Johns Hopkins University 1:03:10.74
25. William Karau, Texas A&M 1:03:13.63
26. Josh Legge, George Washington University 1:03:15.11
27. Jonas Reinhold, Northern Michigan 1:03:15.45
28. Caleb Howell, Carson-Newman University 1:03:16.08
29. Mark Schnippenkoetter, Texas A&M 1:03:16.83
30. Kevin Chao, TCU 1:03:18.90
31. Curran Moffitt, Northern Michigan 1:03:21.95
32. Jake Gibbons, Texas A&M 1:03:23.68
33. Emils Pone, Washington University 1:03:25.37
34. Kevin Kluge, Southern Illinois University 1:03:59.01
35. Mayor Arruabarrena, Emmanuel College 1:04:09.30
36. Carson Knox, Carson-Newman University 1:05:28.72
37. Arnoldo Herrera, Northern Michigan 1:05:36.13
38. Gavin Souttere, Fresno Pacific University 1:05:36.67
39. Mac Robertson, Albion College 1:05:45.32
40. Ryan Lehane, Southern Illinois University 1:06:40.47
41. Josh Winn, Carson-Newman University 1:07:26.39
42. Chris Phillips, Southern Illinois University 1:07:34.58
43. Jerod Magazine, Providence College 1:07:55.94
44. Jake Huttenlocher, Albion College 1:07:58.66
45. Nathan Bruner, Fresno Pacific University 1:08:05.13
46. Drew Del Papa, Northern Michigan 1:08:39.83
47. Liam Straker, Providence College 1:08:47.38
48. Christian Meyer, Fresno Pacific University 1:09:34.60
49. Kyle Monteleone, Lewis & Clark College 1:09:59.70
50. Matthew Howrey, Kalamazoo College 1:10:03.66
51. Christopher Dabrowski, Wabash College 1:10:24.17
52. Ehran Hodes, Colgate University 1:10:44.72
53. August Bergh, Lewis & Clark College 1:10:58.16
54. Patrick MacAulay, Providence College 1:11:03.55
55. Nicholas Young, Wabash College 1:11:29.72
56. Ethan Henninges, Albion College 1:11:46.31
57. Justin Wallar, Wabash College 1:12:48.74
58. Thomas Trueax, Albion College 1:12:53.78
59. Kyle Louks, Wabash College 1:13:18.47
60. Camden Koch, Colgate University 1:13:40.88
61. Christopher Breen, Albion College 1:15:22.60
62. Kevin Sheridan Jr., Wabash College 1:18:14.85

Men's 5 km Top 5 Team Race:
1. Missouri University – 6 points
2. Missouri State University – 28 points
3. Carson Newman University – 50 points
4. TCU – 54 points
5. Texas A&M – 55 points

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