USC Women's 200 Medley Relay Wins On Day 2 Of Texas Invitational|
Dec. 5, 2014
Freshman Hannah Weiss posted USC's fastest 100y back since 2011 and helped Troy to a win in the 200y medley relay to highlight the Trojans on the second night of the UT Invitational at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center on Friday (Dec. 5) in Austin.
Weiss took second in the 100y back in 52.23, 0.17 out of first and 0.26 from an NCAA `A' cut. It was USC's fastest 100y back since Presley Bard set the school record (51.62) at the 2011 NCAA Championships.
Sophomore Maggie D'Innocenzo took fourth in the 400y IM in 4:15.15, a season best and `B' cut. Senior Cary Wright was USC's top finisher in the men's 400y IM. After going 3:53.03 (B) in the prelims, he went 3:53.54 for 14th overall.
Junior Joanna Stenkvist tied for first in the `B' final of the 200y free in 1:48.00, 0.01 off a `B' cut. Carter was the second seed out of prelims of the 200y free with a season-best 1:34.05, but he did not swim in the final.
Kropp was third in the 100y breast in 1:00.01, a PR and a strong NCAA `B' cut, after going 1:00.06 in prelims. Junior Jasmine Tosky posted a `B' cut of 1:02.16 in the B final. Klarskov also posted a `B' cut in the C final on the men's side in 54.63.
Troy sent two swimmers to the men's 100y back final as Tribuntsov took third (46.44) with Carter taking fifth (46.90).
USC's women's 800y free relay was third in 7:14.81 with Tosky, Stewart, Wilk and Stenkvist. Tosky's lead-off 1:47.18 a season-best.