Baylor’s Trey Freeman Blasts 1:33.06 200 Free For National HS Record

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

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The 2018 Tennessee High School swimming state championships kicked off today, with prelims and finals of the first half of the high school event lineup.

Baylor’s Trey Freeman started the meet by setting a new National High School record in the 200 freestyle. The University of Florida commit destroyed the field with a 1:33.06.

That time cleared both the Independent School mark of 1:33.26 set by Grant Shoults in 2016, as well as the public school record of 1:33.30 set by Carmel’s Drew Kibler last year.

Baylor is an independent school, though, meaning only Shoults’ record is erased from the books.

Freeman’s swim was the second National Record of the session, after the girls from Harpeth Hall took down the 200 medley relay mark.

Splits:

Event 4  Men 200 Yard Freestyle
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         2:00.29  TNQT State Qualifying
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals              
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                        === A - Final ===                         
 
  1 Freeman, Trey       Baylor Varsity    1:41.99    1:33.06 TNQT   
                 21.58        45.22 (23.64)
        1:09.17 (23.95)     1:33.06 (23.89)
9 Comments

9 comments

  1. Pat Kennedy

    Congratulations to Trey, his coaches and parents.

  2. Allen Freeman

    Agreed…great swim to watch. Look forward to tell 500 today #norelation

  3. Cathy Philpot

    Awesome Trey! That’s a little quicker than when you were 8! Congrats!

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Cathleen Pruden is a 2016 graduate of Mount Holyoke College and the High School Content Manager at Swimming World. She was a four time All-American and a three time Academic All-American for the Lyons. She grew up swimming in and has also coached in Raleigh, North Carolina. Currently she is the Assistant Coach at Bowdoin College.

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