The 200 medley relay team of freshman Andrea Boritzke, freshman Annie Chandler, sophomore Lara Jackson and sophomore Lindsey Kelly broke the school record with a time of 1:37.57, while posting the No. 1 seed for tonight’s finals.
Senior Whitney Myers, who won the 200 IM title last night, finished sixth in the 400 IM prelims with a time of 4:10.70. Freshmen Jenny Forster and Caitlin Iversen will also return to compete in the consolation finals of the event, as Forster finished 15th (4:15.15) and Iversen finished 16th (4:15.20).
In the 100 fly, freshman Ana Agy swam a personal best time of 52.83, placing sixth overall, while sophomore Hailey DeGolia qualified for the championship finals after winning a swim off heat against
Junior Lacey Nymeyer finished third in the 200 free with a time of 1:45.43 and freshman Leon?© Vorster finished 15th (1:46.89).
Three women qualified for finals in the 100 breast, as
DeGolia posted another No. 1 seed for the Wildcats in the 100 back, finishing with a pool record-breaking time of 52.66. Agy finished fourth in the race with a time of 53.41 and Boritzke finished 15th overall (53.99).
Qualifiers for Friday Finals:
Lindsey Kelly: 200 medley relay
Lara Jackson: 200 medley relay
Annie Chandler: 200 medley relay, 100 breast
Andrea Boritzke: 200 medley relay, 100 back*
Whitney Myers: 400 IM
Jenny Forster: 400 IM*
Caitlin Iversen: 400 IM *
Ana Agy: 100 fly, 100 back
Hailey DeGolia: 100 fly, 100 back
Lacey Nymeyer: 200 free
Leon?© Vorster: 200 free *
Jacquelyn Craft: 100 breast*
Jessica Embick: 100 breast*
* - indicates swimmer is a consolation finals qualifier (9th-16th place)
Records Broken after Day 2 prelims (10 total/ 5 events)
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 Boritzke,
100 back Hailey DeGolia 52.66 UM Pool