Junior Lacey Nymeyer marked the second win for her team in the 200 free, taking her first individual NCAA crown of her collegiate carrier, while shattering the school record with a time of 1:43.49.
“(Winning the race) felt amazing,” Nymeyer said. “It was something that you dream about, and tonight one of my dreams came true. All I could think about was my team; I wanted to build momentum for them because we are going to need all the help we can get, so that was for them.”
Also in the 200 free, freshman Leon?© Vorster finished 15th with a time of 1:47.40.
Senior Whitney Myers finished fifth in the 400 IM with a time of 4:08.27, while freshman Caitlin Iversen tied for 10th place with Indiana’s Allison Kay with a time of 4:12.30 and classmate Jenny Forster finished 12th (4:13.51).
In the 100 fly, freshman Ana Agy finished fifth with a time of 52.46 and DeGolia finished sixth (52.60).
DeGolia also finished second in the100 back with a personal best time of 52.60, while Agy placed fifth (53.66) and freshman Andrea Boritzke tied with
Chandler finished second in the 100 breast, as she posted a personal best time of 1:00.03, while junior Jacquelyn Craft finished 12th (1:01.49) and sophomore Jessica Embick finished 13th (1:01.61).
For the final event of the evening, the 800 free relay team of Nymeyer, Myers, Vorster and sophomore Anna Turner finished fourth with a time of 7:03.55.
Competition will finish tomorrow at the
200 free relay Jackson, Nymeyer, Turner, Kelly 1:27.23 American,
200 IM Myers 1:54.89 UM Pool
400 medley relay DeGolia,
200 medley relay DeGolia,
200 free Lacey Nymeyer 1:43.49 School