Texas A&M’s Cammile Adams Cruises to Second Straight 200 Fly Title

NCAA Championship editorial coverage is proudly sponsored by Competitor Swim. Visit CompetitorSwim.com for more information on our sponsor. For all the latest coverage, check out our event coverage page. Also, make sure to check out our Facebook photo gallery for the latest images from the meet in Minneapolis.

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, March 22. TEXAS A&M’s Cammile Adams cruised to a title defense in the women’s 200-yard fly at the NCAA Division I Women’s Championships, but didn’t seem too happy with the win.

After clocking an easy speed time of 1:52.25, Adams seemed to shrug off the win in the water even though it was her final swim for the Aggies. That’s still the 14th fastest time ever.

Stanford’s Maya DiRado came within one spot of pulling off a title trifecta this week, taking second in 1:52.99 after winning the 200 IM and 400 IM earlier in the week, moving to 12th all time. She’s definitely in the running for Swimmer of the Meet along with Georgia’s Brittany MacLean after that swim.

Tennessee’s Lindsay Gendron (1:53.05), Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell (1:53.63), Kentucky’s Tina Bechtel (1:53.65), Georgia’s Hali Flickinger (1:54.76), Texas A&M’s Caroline McElhany (1:55.52) and UNC’s Meredith Hoover (1:55.85) placed third through eighth.

Georgia’s Lauren Harrington kept piling on the points for Georgia with a 1:54.65 to win the B final. Louisville’s Tanja Kylliainen (1:54.84) and UCLA’s Noelle Tarazona (1:54.88) finished just behind her.

Kentucky’s Abby Myers (1:56.43), Indiana’s Brenna Maclean (1:56.44), UCSB’s Andrea Ward (1:57.24), Florida’s Elizabeth Beisel (1:58.07) and USC’s Jasmine Tosky (1:58.42) wrapped up the consolation heat.

Splits
1 Adams, Cammile SR Texas A&M 1:52.62 1:52.25 20
r:+0.76 25.73 54.16 (28.43)
1:23.08 (28.92) 1:52.25 (29.17)
2 DiRado, Maya SR Stanford 1:53.83 1:52.99 17
r:+0.76 26.12 55.12 (29.00)
1:24.17 (29.05) 1:52.99 (28.82)

Team Standings
1. Georgia 482
2. Stanford 362.5
3. California 340
4. Texas A&M 318
5. Florida 211
6. USC 206
7. Tennessee 186
8. Virginia 123
9. Arizona 122
10. Minnesota 121.5

Comments Off

Author: Jason Marsteller

Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

Current Swimming World Issue


Trouble Viewing on Smart Phones, Tablets or iPads? Click Here