USA Swimming Sectionals, College Station: Jasmine Tosky Complete Outstanding Meet

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, March 7. PALO Alto Stanford's Jasmine Tosky put on quite a show this weekend, and concluded the meet in style at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in College Station, Texas. The meet took place in short course yards.

Alamo Area's Lily Moldenhauer clocked a swift time of 52.96 to beat her previous meet record in the women's 100 back. Moldenhauer owned the old mark with a 53.09 set yesterday. Palo Alto Stanford's Maddie Schaefer (54.28) and Jasmine Tosky (54.83) completed the top three. Fleet's Jonathan Edwards topped the men's 100 back in 49.14, while The Woodlands' Gray Umbach placed second in 49.53. Palo Alto Stanford's Tom Kremer earned third in 49.65.

Tosky returned in the women's 100 breast with a winning time of 1:01.95. Fleet's Catherine Wagner touched second in 1:02.88, while Premier's Erica Dittmer claimed third in 1:03.04. Nitro's Zachary Gunn (56.46) and Ian Bishop (56.87) went 1-2 in the men's 100 breast, while Fleet's Alexander Ruata took third in 56.88.

The Woodlands' Kelsey Leneave crushed the women's 1650 free meet record with a time of 16:10.79. That performance far surpassed the 16:19.95 set by Kirsten Groome in 2007. Conroe's Natalie Adams placed second in 16:17.98, while Dallas Mustang Allison Arnold finished third in 16:36.30. The Woodlands' Ediz Yildirimer topped the men's 1650 free in 15:16.94. Palo Alto Stanford's Adam Hinshaw claimed second in 15:20.45, while North Texas Nadador Ted Singley wound up third in 15:27.40.

Schaefer earned her second podium of the night with a 22.49 in the women's 50 free. She also broke a seven-year-old meet record, a 23.05 set by Brooke Bishop back in 2003. Fleet's Kathryn Eckhart touched second in 23.31, while Palo Alto Stanford's Jessica Bergman grabbed third in 23.45. COPS's Seth Stubblefield won the men's 50 free in 20.23. Harris County's Charles Graham grabbed second in 20.68, while Texas A&M's Austin Wilson placed third in 20.72.

Tosky turned in another meet record with a 1:57.46 in the women's 200 IM. That swim smashed Spindrift Beck's 2007 mark of 1:59.66. Fort Worth's Julia Anderson garnered second in 2:02.43, while Palo Alto Stanford's Alicia Grima picked up third in 2:03.92. Edwards doubled up with a 1:49.12 in the men's 200 IM, while Kremer took second in 1:49.80. COPS's William Licon claimed third in 1:50.49.

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