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  Ben Wildman-Tobriner
Ben Wildman-Tobriner

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Francisco, CA

High School:
Lick-Wilmerding

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 200

Event:
Free/Fly

Experience:
3V

NCAA Champion
400 Medley Relay - 2005

All-American Honors
100 Fly - 2005, 2006
50 Free - 2005, 2006
100 Free - 2005, 2006
200 Free Relay - 2004, 2005, 2006
400 Free Relay - 2005, 2006
200 Medley Relay - 2005
400 Medley Relay - 2005, 2006

Pacific-10 Champion
50 Free - 2006
100 Free - 2006
200 Free Relay - 2006
200 Medley Relay - 2005
400 Medley Relay - 2005

School Records
50 Free - 19.15 (2005)
100 Free - 42.17 (2006)

Ben Wildman-Tobriner in the Stanford Record Book
1. 50 Free - 19.15 (2005)
1. 100 Free - 42.17 (2006)
7. 100 Fly - 46.56 (2006)

National Competition: Will be among 21 members of the United States team that will compete at the 2007 FINA World Championships (March 25-April 1) in Melbourne, Australia and at the Dual in the Pool meet against Australia (April 3, 2007) ... Will compete in the 50 free and as part of the 4 x 100 free relay team ... One of 15 United States swimmers who are members of the 2006-07 National "A" team ... This team consists of swimmers who have met the Top-8 world rankings in all Olympic events ... Finished second in the 50 meter free and fourth in the 100 meter free at the 2006 USA Swimming National Championship ... Competed in the 50 and 100 meter free, and the 100 meter fly at the 2006 Pan Pacific Championships ... Competed on the United States team at the 2005 World Championships ... Was a member of the world champion 400 meter free relay team ... Also competed at the U.S. National Championship and won the 50 meter free, and finished fifth in both the 100 free and 100 fly ... Earned a berth on the USA National "A" team with a world ranking of fifth in the 50 free ... Placed sixth overall in the 50 meter free at the 2003 Summer National Championships ... Placed fifth at the 2004 Olympic Trials in the 50 free and 17th in the 100 free.

2005-06 Season (Junior): Gained six All-American honors (second place in the 50 free and 100 free, third place in swimming the anchor leg on the 400 medley relay, fifth in swimming the second leg on the 400 free relay, sixth in swimming the second leg on the 200 free relay, 11th in in the 100 fly) at the NCAA championships, and won the Pac-10 titles in the 50 and 100 free, and swam the second leg on the winning 200 free relay team ... Set the school record in the 100 free (42.17) at the NCAA Championship ... Co-winner of the Block "S" Outstanding Male Junior Award, presented to the most outstanding male Stanford athlete in the junior class.

2004-05 Season (Sophomore): Enjoyed an outstanding season in helping Stanford win the Pac-10 title, and a second place finish at the NCAA's ... Set school records in the 50 free (19.15, leadoff leg on the 200 free relay at the NCAA's) and 100 free (42.57)... Also helped Stanford set new school records in the 200 yard medley relay (1:24.82) and 400 yard medley relays (3:06.45)... A six-time All-American (three individual, three relays) ... Swam the anchor leg on Stanford's winning NCAA 400 yard medley relay (3:06.78, pool record time) team ... Finished third in the 50 free (19.27) and fourth in the 100 free (42.57, school record) at the NCAA's ... His time of 46.65 in the 100 yard butterfly at the NCAA's is eighth-best in school history ... Placed second in the consolation final (10th overall) in the 100 fly ... Gained All-American honors as a member of the 200 free relay which finished second (1:17.46) and the 400 free relay team which finished eighth at the NCAA's ... The Pac-10 champion as a member of the 200 medley relay team (1:24.82) and 400 medley relay teams (3:06.69), and helped establish conference records in both events ... In the finals of the 100 butterfly, finished fifth overall with an NCAA qualifying time of 47.07 (swam 47.04 in the prelims) ... Placed second and third, respectively, in the 50 and 100 free (42.59) at the conference championship ... Won the Block "S" Outstanding Male Sophomore Award, presented to the most outstanding male Stanford athlete in the sophomore class ... Named a first team All Pac-10 Academic honoree.

2003-04 Season (Freshman): An All-American ... Swam the lead-off leg of Stanford's 200 free relay team that finished second at NCAA's with a time of 1:25.69 ... Finished 21st at NCAA's in the 50 free (22.25) and placed 17th in the 100 freestyle (48.71) on the final day of competition ... Placed eighth at Pac-10's in the 100 yard freestyle (44.35) ... Swam the lead-off leg of Cardinal's 400 yard free relay team that took third at Pac-10's in a time of 2:53.62 ... Tied for seventh in the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 1:38.57 at the conference championship and finished tenth in the 50 yard free (19.94) ... Swam the lead-off leg of Stanford's 200 yard free relay squad that placed second at Pac-10s in 1:17.60.

High School: A 2003 graduate of Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco ... Four-year letter winner ... Captained the swim team his senior year ... A 2002 & '03 Independent High School National champion in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle ... An eight-time first-team All-American ... North Coast Section 50 free record holder (20.35) ... Pacific Swimming record holder in 15-16 and 17-18 boys 50 meter free ... His 50 meter free time of 22.97 was the second fastest in U.S. history for the 17-18 age group.

Cardinal Catalogue: Biomechanical Engineering major ... Named a 2006 first team Academic All-American by CoSIDA ... Named to the All Pac-10 Academic first team in 2005 and 2006 ... Born in San Francisco ... Parents are Michael Tobriner and Stephanie Wildman ... Has one sister Becky (24) who played collegiate water polo ... Hobbies include golf, wood working, photography and golf ... Full name is Benjamin Marshall Wildman-Tobriner.


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