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The relay victory was the highlight for David Durden's squad at the prestigious three-day meet held in Knoxville, Tenn. and sponsored by USA. Despite competing in more big-time swim meets than one can count on senior- to-be, competed in the United States Olympic Team Trials. U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming - 6/29/ to 7/6/ Results Women 50 LC Meter Freestyle .. 34 Scroggy, Morgan 19 THSC-OR/UGA 35 Erndl, Erika 30 Swim Florida-FL A 7/25/ Jessica Hardy, USA U.S. Open: O 8/2/ Leisel Jones, Aus Meet.
The back and IM.
This is a senior level competition that is the stepping stone to Junior National Championships and National Championships. They combined to swim in 11 events, recording best times in 10 of them. Zachary made finals in the back and IM. They finished 14th with points.
Last year — 13th with points. Individual Awards Meet participation — We had 16 swimmers with 3 or more meets.
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Bennett Bugelli competed in 7 meets. Our Swimmers did great!
- 2017 NCS Open Water Zone Team
- MCSL Coaches Invitational Long Course Meet
- National & International Events
Michael Cohn became our first swimmer to qualify and compete at the Santa Clara meet. He made top 16 in the back and set another first, National Championship Qualifying time!
Zachary Wallace has started qualifying for these meets as well. These meets were an amazing opportunity to compete with the best in the world! Mock Meet event winners Front row: Roessing, Ryan Older Swimmers Left to right: Team Overall Short course JOs — 6 competed in 26 individual events, 2 relays.
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Long course JOs — 8 individuals in 36 events and 5 relays. Last year — 11th with Individual Awards Meet participation — In we had 21 swimmers with 6 or more meets. Inwe had 12 swimmers with 6 or more meets.Olympic Swimming Trials - Cammile Adams' Disqualification Overturned
Bennett Bugelli competed in 11 meets. He is now our first swimmer to make finals — back and free.
WSST achieved another first this past December, qualifying and competing in 3 relays. Finishing in the top Congratualtions to our graduating Seniors!
Michael Cohn — last year. Team Overall Short course JOs — 8 competed in individual events, 0 relays. They finished 11th as a team, scoring Last scy JOs, 11 ath, 4 relays and we finished 11th with Long course JOs — 11 individuals and 9 relays.
Murphy had the top time in the back prelims at 1: Other highlights for Cal Saturday was star alum Nathan Adrian winning the free The Bears also had a pair of swimmers competing in the finals of the fly on Saturday.
Junior Will Hamilton finished fourth with a time of 1: In the breast final, sophomore Josh Prenot placed seventh with a time of 1: The Bears had three swimmers score points in the free, highlighted by senior Jeremy Bagshaw sixth-place finish with a Cal ended the Winter Nationals third in the team standings with On Friday, Prenot had won a silver medal in the IM 3: The Bears were also second in the free relay 6: Additional top swims Friday were Hinshaw placing fourth in the IM with a time of 3: On Thursday, the Bears started the meet with a second-place finish in the free relay 1: Cal also garnered a pair of fourth-place finishes.
Bagshaw was fourth in the free with a time of 4: In the 50 free final, Messerschmidt was seventh in the 50 free with a time of Competing against Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky, Vrooman raced to a second-place finish in the mile with a time of No one in the field was going to catch Ledecky as the 16 year-old blasted the American record by almost 10 seconds with a time of Sophomore Haley Lips took 10th in Freshman Grayson Smith placed 25th for the men Junior Cynthia Pammett was seventh 1: Junior Steve Schmuhl went a career best 1: Senior James Wells was 13th in 1: Senior Kait Flederbach took 10th in the free, putting up the fifth-fastest time in IU history at Freshman Anze Tavcar was 23rd for the men in Senior Bronwyn Pasloski placed sixth in the breaststroke with a career best 2: Senior Brenna MacLean posted the fifth-fastest time in school history in the butterfly with a 1: Freshman Gia Dalesandro was sixth, posting her season best of 1: In the final event of the meet, Flederbach, Pammett, senior Stephanie Armstrong and Snodgrass posted a school record and NCAA qualifying time in the freestyle relay, taking fourth in 3: Louisville For the second night in a row, the University of Louisville swimming and diving team crowned a national champion.
This time it was Kelsi Worrell, who won the fly with a time of 1: In the back, Cardinal Kristina Steins went 1: Aaron Greene was seventh with a time of 1: Teammate Nolan Tesone was 11th in 1: In the men's free, Joao De Lucca posted a Carlyle Blondell was 11th with a time of In the breast, Giselle Kohoyda was 11th with a time of 2: Teammate Andrea Cottrell was 16th in 2: In the men's breast, Addison Bray was third with a time of 1: Kelsi Worrell won the fly in 1: In the men's fly, Josh Quallen went, 1: Juan Lopez was 23rd in 1: In 4 x FR Kelsi Worrell's