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AUBURN MEN SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS

1994

1995

Results John 1. Auburn 633.5 Hargis 2. Florida 604.5 (pic3. Tennessee 596 tured 4. Alabama 464.5 above) won the 5. Georgia 455 only in6. South Carolina 357 dividual 7. LSU 257.5 title for 8. Arkansas 170 Auburn 9. Kentucky 146 at the 1994 SEC Championships in Knoxville, Tenn., winning the 100 fly, but the team’s depth came through as the Tigers took a 29-point win over Florida to win their first SEC team title. Auburn had finished second the previous year, making it its top finish in 13 years.

Results Auburn 1. Auburn 754.5 won 2. Tennessee 676.5 back3. Florida 522 to-back 393 champi- 4. LSU onships 5. Alabama 386 for the 6. Georgia 334 first 7. South Carolina 306 time in 8. Kentucky 216 1995 9. Arkansas 157 after beating out Tennessee by 78 points in Columbia, S.C. The Tigers won four individual titles, led by Mike Andrews (pictured above) as he swept the backstroke events. The four titles, at the time, tied for the third-most ever in a single meet for Auburn.

1999

2000

Results Swim1. Auburn 857.5 ming in 2. Tennessee 700 Lexington, 3. Georgia 550 Ky., the 4. Florida 462.5 Tigers 5. LSU 391 tallied 6. Alabama 249 13 indi7. South Carolina 218 vidual 8. Kentucky 210 titles en route to a 157.5-point win over Tennessee. Brock Newman led the team with five titles while Dave Denniston (pictured above) swept the breaststroke events and picked up four titles of his own. The Tigers swept all five relays for the second year in a row while also sweeping the butterfly, breaststroke and sprint freestyle events. AU ended the meet with a then-school record 13 titles.

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Results Auburn 1. Auburn 752 picked 2. Florida 680.5 up its fourth 3. Tennessee 637 con4. Georgia 426.5 secutive 5. LSU 281 SEC title 6. South Carolina 278 in its 7. Alabama 269 home 8. Kentucky 267 pool, becoming the first team since Florida from 1990-93 to win four in a row. The Tigers picked up seven titles in the meet, led by Aaron Ciarla and greg Busse with three each. Matt Busbee (pictured above), Malcolm Hosford and Oswaldo Quevedo followed with two wins each. After three-straight years of winning by more than 100 points, AU pulled out the 71.5-point win over Florida.

1997

Results After 1. Auburn 780.5 losing 2. Tennessee 680 the 3. Georgia 598.5 1996 champi- 4. LSU 379.5 onship 5. Florida 342 to Ten6. Alabama 270 nessee 7. South Carolina 265 in Knox8. Kentucky 256.5 ville, Auburn responded with a 100.5-point win over the Volunteers in Athens, Ga. Scott Tucker (pictured above), coming off a gold-medal performance at the 1996 Olympics, led the Tigers by winning the 200 free and 200 IM. He also came in on two relay titles, helping AU to nine individual championships - a school record at the time.

1998

Results The 1. Auburn 858.5 Tigers 2. Georgia 690.5 picked 3. Tennessee 515 up their biggest 4. Florida 468 win to 5. LSU 399 date, 6. Alabama 262 out7. Kentucky 244 swim8. South Carolina 220 ming Georgia by 168 points in Gainesville, Fla., for the 1998 championship. Brock Newman (pictured above) won the 100 free while swimming on four winning Auburn relays. The Tigers swept all five relays for the first time ever and set a new school record with 11 SEC titles. Mike Bartz and Brett Hawke followed with four individual titles each in the meet.

2001

2002

Results Auburn 1. Auburn 814 won 2. Tennessee 632.5 only six indi3. Florida 584 vidual 4. Georgia 456.8 titles, 5. Kentucky 315.5 but 6. LSU 278 picked 7. South Carolina 271.4 up its 8. Alabama 219 largest win to date as it pulled out a 181.5-point win over Tennessee in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Greg Busse (pictured above) led the Tigers with two wins, taking the 100 freestyle title and swimming the freestyle leg on the winning 400 medley relay team. Dave dennison and Andy Haidinyak also picked up two titles each, picking up individual wins along with the medley relay title.

Results The 1. Auburn 763 Tigers 2. Florida 744 made it six in a 3. Georgia 522.5 row in 4. Tennessee 476 Fayette5. Alabama 314 ville, 6. Kentucky 282 Ark., 7. LSU 274.5 pulling out a19- 8. South Carolina 159 point win over Florida. Auburn won six individual titles at the meet with Kevin Clements (pictured above) taking the 500 free and 400 IM titles. Pat Calhoun also tallied two wins, touching in first in the 100 breast while also swimming the breaststroke leg on the victorious 400 medley relay team.

2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide  

2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide

2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide  

2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide

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