Stewart Swims In Fourth Final At U.S. Nationals|
June 28, 2013
Kendyl Stewart, a rising sophomore, continued to shine at the 2013 U.S. Summer Nationals and has now swam in four finals, including one Friday (June 28), leading a host of Trojans doing well at the meet in Indianapolis, Ind.
Stewart, who was second in the 50m fly on Wednesday and missed a spot on the U.S. World Championships team by 0.11, tied for seventh in the 100y fly (59.52) and finished seventh in the 50m back (29.09) on Thursday and finished seventh again in the 100m back (1:01.14.) on Friday. She also earned a spot in Wednesday's 200m back final, but withdrew to focus on the 50m fly.
Haley Anderson, already headed to the World Championships as part of the U.S. Open Water team, finished third in today's 400m free in 4:09.60 while incoming freshman Chelsea Chenault took fifth in the final in 4:10.79.
Anderson also reached the final of the 400m IM on Wednesday, taking seventh (4:45.36).
Senior-to-be Kasey Carlson earned a trip to the final of the 50m breast on Friday and was third, 31.09.