USA Swimming Sectionals, Columbia: Meet Comes to Close

COLUMBIA, Missouri, July 24. THE final night of long course meter action at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in Columbia came to a close.

Rockwood's Haley Spencer claimed the women's 200 IM in 2:17.17, while Kansas City Blazer Shannon Vreeland placed a distant second in 2:20.26. Kansas Aquatics' Brooke Brull finished third in 2:22.38. Kansas City Blazer Nate Hoisington pocketed the men's 200 IM title in 2:07.66. Arkansas Dolphin Troy Esentan touched second in 2:09.26, while Columbia's John Higgins wound up third in 2:10.09.

Alison Templin captured the women's 1500 free in 16:53.43, while teammate Ashley Largo took second in 17:14.45. Razorback's Jennifer Holtzen rounded out the top three in 17:16.76. Tsunami's Tyler Fowler won the men's 1500 free in 15:56.10. Kansas City Blazer Ben Bravence took second in 16:02.11, while SwimTulsa's East Holloway snatched third in 16:24.83.

Columbia's Lisa Nathanson clinched the women's 50 free in 26.36, while Topeka's Emily Dicus finished second in 26.70. Rockwood's Lauren Votava garnered third in 26.71. Jordan Hawley hit the wall in 23.77 to win the men's 50 free. Swim Omaha's William Kunkel earned second in 24.06, while Springfield's Albert Lloyd snared third in 24.13.

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