BROWN DEER, Wisconsin, March 13. THE second night of action at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in Brown Deer, Wis., featured several swimmers picking up a pair of gold medals on the evening.
Danielle Harris began the evening with a winning time of 55.57 in the women's 100-yard back, while Schroeder's Adam Mania set the meet record in the men's 100-yard back with a time of 47.12. The swim beat the previous standard of 48.03 set by Justin Thornton in 1999.
Birmingham's Annie Lazor beat out Firestone's Breanna McCann, 1:03.25 to 1:03.75, for the women's 100-yard breast victory, while Ivan Gutesa (54.25) and Wisconsin's Eric Johnson (54.42) bettered the men's 100-yard breast meet record of 54.44 set by Kevin Zakrewski in 2007.
Ames Cyclone Stephanie Koch beat the women's 200-yard free meet record with a 1:48.32. Her time lowered the 1:48.46 set by Monica Drake in 2008. Dubuque Area's Jordan Huff followed in the men's 200-yard free with a 1:38.16 for the win. Jacob Jarzen finished just behind in 1:38.32 for second.
Koch doubled up in the women's 100-yard fly with a winning time of 55.30, while South West's Jack Lennertz captured the men's 100-yard fly title in 48.82.
Harris returned for her second win of the evening when she hit the wall in 2:04.21 in the women's 200-yard IM. Black Hawk's Jordan Wessels then touched out Jarzen, 1:50.33 to 1:50.50, for the men's 200-yard IM triumph.
New Trier's Megan Marchuk, Maddy Urban, Samantha James and Kate Shumway won the women's 800-yard free relay in 7:33.90, while their teammates Andy Peterson, Joe Jeffers, Samuel Metz and Michael Dominski grabbed the men's 800-yard free relay crown in 6:50.59.