PISCATAWAY, NJ – Day 2 prelims are complete, and 13 Lions have qualified for the finals tonight.
On the women's side:
In the 200 medley relay (Calka, Simioni, Monges, Arnold) qualified 8th in 1:49.56
In the 400 IM, Anna Calka qualified 10th (4:41.78), Carmen Arnold qualified 12th (5:05.57)
In the 100 fly, Clara Monges qualified 12th (57.31), Yara Bouckaert finished 22nd (58.94) personal best
In the 200 free, Clara Monges finished 18th (1:54.64), Karolina Ostojska finished 25th (1:57.86), and Juana Mafla finished 33rd (1:59.55)
In the 100 breast, Julia Simioni finished 23rd (1:07.22), Juliana Ribeiro finished 25th (1:07.48)
In the 100 back, Karolina Ostojska finished 28th (1:00.73)
On the men's side:
In the 200 medley relay, the EC A relay (Rosa, Courteaux, Aleksandrowicz, Sobers) qualified 5th in 1:32.78
The EC B relay (Danjou, Riano, Aguilar, Mendes) finished 13th in 1:35.63
In the 400 IM, Mathieu Danjou qualified 6th (4:00.74) personal best. Alasdair McGhee qualified 14th (4:11.86)
In the 100 fly, Santiago Aguilar finished 21st (51.23), Rafael Mendes finished 43rd (53.05), Sebastian Riano finished 50th (53.70), David Brown finished 53rd (53.84), Seth Campbell finished 60th (54.64), Joel Ordonez finished 61st (54.97)
In the 200 free, Alex Sobers qualified 4th (1:38.46), Stanislas Raczynski finished 34th (1:43.97), Richard Williamson finished 39th (1:44.76), Harrison Robertson finished 48th (1:46.46)
In the 100 breast, Theo Courteaux, qualified 13th (58.07), Robert Jones finished 32nd (1:01.81)
In the 100 back, Thiago Rosa qualified 2nd (48.92), Adrian Aleksandrowicz qualified 16th (51.63), Santiago Aguilar finished 23rd (53.85), Joel Ordonez finished 25th (54.23), Robert Jones finished 27th (54.45), Harrison Robertson finished 29th (54.53), David Brown finished 35th (56.11)
Day 2 finals events include the 200 medley relay, 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and 800 free relay. GO LIONS!
Rutgers swimming & diving is hosting the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships at the Rutgers Aquatic Center Feb. 23-25. All 3 days consist of prelims in the morning and finals at night. Only the top 16 swimmers in each morning prelims event qualify for finals at night. Swimmers can only score points for their team in the finals at night. 33 teams are competing in this year's ECAC Championships, including schools form NCAA Div. I, II, & III.
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