MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, March 20. ARIZONA's Albert Subirats posted the fastest 100 butterfly time ever with a clocking of 44.57 to crush the NCAA and U.S. Open record of 44.72 set by Ian Crocker in 2004. He then went on to claim his second title in as many tries with a winning time in the 100 backstroke of 44.83. That time stood as the second-fastest time in the history of the event. It also gave Arizona its first victory in the event in NCAA history.
Subirats became the second man to turn in a nightly double behind Stanford's Jay Mortenson (100 back, 100 fly double 1987-89).
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