Clay Youngquist
Courtesy of: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
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OXFORD, Ohio, July 25. IN the end, no one could touch Lakeview's Clay Youngquist as the 20-year-old dusted most of the competition at the Speedo Champions Series in Oxford. He closed the show tonight with his fourth title in as many days.

Plymouth-Canton's Miranda Tucker collected her third title of the week with a 2:19.70 to 2:19.97 touch-out triumph ahead of Mason Manta Rays' Alisabeth Marsteller in the women's 200-meter IM. Tucker went faster in March with a 2:18.51 at another sectional event, but tonight matched her second-best effort ever. Marsteller, meanwhile, broke the 2:21 and 2:20 barriers in a single day, coming into today with a 2:21.35 lifetime best from Zones a year ago. GTAC's Rachel Johnson completed the podium tonight in 2:21.36.


Ohio State's Dmitry Dolgov clipped his lifetime best in the men's 200-meter IM with a 2:04.81 for the win. That effort edged his previous top time of 2:04.92 from last summer's Zones. Club Wolverine's Andrew Henry claimed second in 2:06.42, while QDD's Henry Campbell turned in a third-place 2:07.08.

As is traditional, a Club Wolverine swimmer earned the women's 1500-meter freestyle title this evening as Jessica Wolf touched in 17:13.95 for the win. Fisher's Abbegayle Schneider took second in 17:16.37, while QDD's Emma Skelley wound up third in 17:19.58. Dayton Raider Clifford Goertemiller followed with an 8:19.12 to 8:19.29 triumph ahead of QDD's Gregory Stoffa in the men's 800-meter free. Stoffa's training partner Campbell clinched another podium tonight with a bronze-winning 8:23.39.

Ohio State's Aliena Schmidtke took down the women's 100-meter free title with a 56.43, just clearing her lifetime best of 56.67 set earlier this month at the Mike Peppe Invite in Columbus. Marsteller earned a second runner-up finish with a 57.01, nearly breaking the 57 second barrier for the first time. She did down her lifetime best of 57.27 from March of this year. Club Wolverine's Zoe Mattingly snared third place with a 57.64.

Lakeview's Clay Youngquist produced a fourth gold medal when he closed out the meet with a 50.66 in the men's 100-meter free. That's four titles in four days as he came up just half-a-second short of his lifetime best of 50.22 from the 2010 Junior Pan Pacific Championships. Club Wolverine's Andrew Henry popped a 51.38 for second, his second time finishing runner up tonight. QDD's Steven Hill wound up third in 51.51.