Art Adamson Invitational Day 3 Finals: Brooks Curry Wins 100 Free in 41.86; White Wins Double

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Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

The 2022 Art Adamson Invitational concluded at Texas A&M on Thursday with the Day 3 finals.

LSU’s Andrew Garon, Brooks Curry, Noah Cumby and Griffin Curtis took third in 2:52.97. Curry split a 41.81.

The Alabama women won the meet with 792 points, holding off USC (750). Texas A&M was third (667), followed by LSU (502), Arkansas (432.5), Washington State (278.5) and TCU (143).

Day 1 recap

Day 2 recap

Here is a look at the events on the final night fo the Art Adamson Invitational from College Station:

Women’s 200 Backstroke

Alabama Olympian Rhyan White won the 200 backstroke with relative ease on Friday night. The senior touched the wall in 1:51.53 and bested the field by three seconds.

USC’s Hanna Henderson took second in 1:54.55, ahead of Texas A&M sophomore Aviv Barzelay (1:54.56).

 

Men’s 200 Backstroke

Texas A&M’s Ethan Gogulski won the men’s 200 back in 1:40.07, more than a second ahead of the field at the Art Adamson Inviational.

The Aggies went 1-2-3 as Baylor Nelson took second in 1:41.17 and Thomas Shompur took third in 1:42.21.

 

Women’s 100 Freestyle

Alabama’s Morgan Scott dropped a second from her prelims time to win the 100 free. She touched the wall in 47.81.

Texas A&M’s Chloe Stepanek took secondin 47.94, followed by Alabama’s Kalia Antoniou (48.68) and USC Olympian Anicka Delgado (48.68).

LSU’s Maggie Mac Neil scratched the event and was a DFS on the morning prelims results.

 

Men’s 100 Freestyle

LSU’s Brooks Curry dropped seven tenths of a second from prelims and won the 100 free in 41.86. He bested the Art Adamson Inviational field by a second and put together one of the top swim of the season in the event.

Alabama’s Kaique Alves was second in 42.75, followed by Air Force’s Wen Zhang (42.80).

 

Women’s 200 Breaststroke

Alabama’s Avery Wiseman put together a strong race to claim the 200 breastroke at the Art Adamson Invitational. The sophomore dropped more than a second to win in 2:06.49.

USC’s Isabelle Odgers was second in 2:07.54, ahead of teammate Kaitlyn Dobler (2:08.58).

Washington State’s Emily Lundgren was fourth in 2:08.94.

 

Men’s 200 Breaststroke

Texas A&M’s Alex Sanchez led a 1-2 Aggie finish in the men’s 200 breaststroke.

Andreas Puente Bustamente took second in 1:51.14.

USC’s Chris O’Grady took third in 1:42.79.

 

Women’s 200 Butterfly

Alabama Olympian Rhyan White made it a successful and impressive double. After winning the 200 backstroke, White also touched the wall first in the 200 butterfly.

She won the fly in 1:54.36.

It was a close race with the top three within six tenths of a second of each other.

Texas A&M’s Olivia Theall took second in 1:54.81, just ahead of USC freshman Justina Kozan (1:54.91).

 

Men’s 200 Butterfly

Alabama’s Mateo Miceli dropped two seconds from prelims to win the 200 butterfly by about a second.

Miceli touched the wall in 1:43.50 to finish ahead of USC’s Harry Homans (1:44.48).

Texas A&M’s Anze Fers Erzen took third in 1:44.59.

 

Women’s 400 Free Relay

Alabama’s Kalia Antonious (48.36), Morgan Scott (48.33), Diana Petkova (48.49) and Cora Dupre (48.74) won the 400 free relay in 3:13.92.

Texas A&M’s Jordan Buechler, Bobbi Kennett, Olivia Theall and Chloe Stepanek took second in 3:15.39.

USC’s Hannah Henderson, Anicka Delgado, Justina Kozan and Kaitlyn Dobler took third in 3:15.85.

 

Men’s 400 Free Relay

Alabama’s Charlie Hawke (42.55), Kaique Alves (42.67), Kacper Piotrowski (42.46) and Matthew Menke (42.23) won the men’s 400 free in 2:49.91 to close the Art Adamson Invitational.

Texas A&M’s Connor Foote, Kaloyan Bratanov, Collin Fuchs and Baylor Nelson took second in 2:50.20.

LSU’s Andrew Garon, Brooks Curry, Noah Cumby and Griffin Curtis took third in 2:52.97. Curry split a 41.81.

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