Cammile Adams Claims 200 Fly Crown at 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Minneapolis

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SwimMAC’s Cammile Adams turned in a strong in-season time to capture the women’s 200-meter fly at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Minneapolis.

Adams back-halfed her way to victory with a top time of 2:08.16.  That swim missed Mary DeScenza’s 2008 pool record of 2:07.26.

Schroeder Y’s Hannah Saiz earned second overall in a time of 2:10.37 with Trojan’s Haley Anderson demonstrating her pool speed away from open water with a third-place time of 2:10.77.

NBAC’s Becca Mann (2:11.16), California’s Noemie Thomas (2:12.38), Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell (2:12.58) and IFly’s Ruby Martin (2:13.18) also battled in the A final.

California’s Caitlin Leverenz picked up the B final win in the event with a time of 2:12.19. NBAC’s Sierra Schmidt raced her way to second in 2:12.80 with Stanford’s Maya DiRado taking third in 2:13.05.

                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Adams, Cammile   24 SwimMAC Carolina  2:09.59    2:08.16 OT     
             29.80      1:02.17 (32.37)
        1:35.21 (33.04)     2:08.16 (32.95)
  2 Saiz, Hannah     24 Schroeder YMCA S  2:10.87    2:10.37 OT     
             30.35      1:03.06 (32.71)
        1:36.21 (33.15)     2:10.37 (34.16)
  3 Anderson, Haley  23 Trojan Swim Club  2:12.92    2:10.77 OT     
             29.89      1:03.29 (33.40)
        1:37.27 (33.98)     2:10.77 (33.50)
  4 Mann, Becca      17 North Baltimore-  2:13.17    2:11.16 OT     
             30.00      1:03.68 (33.68)
        1:37.14 (33.46)     2:11.16 (34.02)
  5 McLaughlin, Kat  18 Univ California,  2:13.91    2:12.18 OT     
             29.38      1:03.39 (34.01)
        1:37.75 (34.36)     2:12.18 (34.43)
  6 Thomas, Noemie   19 Univ California,  2:13.11    2:12.38 OT     
             29.59      1:02.80 (33.21)
        1:36.86 (34.06)     2:12.38 (35.52)
  7 Worrell, Kelsi   21 Univ Louisville-  2:10.71    2:12.58 OT     
             29.06      1:01.80 (32.74)
        1:36.05 (34.25)     2:12.58 (36.53)
  8 Martin, Ruby     15 Iowa Flyers Swim  2:13.72    2:13.18 OT     
             30.07      1:03.57 (33.50)
        1:37.85 (34.28)     2:13.18 (35.33)
 
                            === B - Final ===                            
 
  9 Leverenz, Caitl  24 California Aquat  2:14.01    2:12.19 OT     
             29.98      1:03.29 (33.31)
        1:37.69 (34.40)     2:12.19 (34.50)
 10 Schmidt, Sierra  17 North Baltimore-  2:14.56    2:12.80 OT     
             31.39      1:05.15 (33.76)
        1:39.40 (34.25)     2:12.80 (33.40)
 11 DiRado, Maya     22 Stanford Swimmin  2:15.83    2:13.05 OT     
             30.26      1:04.18 (33.92)
        1:38.44 (34.26)     2:13.05 (34.61)
 12 Schmitt, Alliso  25 North Baltimore-  2:14.65    2:14.05 OT     
             30.70      1:05.16 (34.46)
        1:39.02 (33.86)     2:14.05 (35.03)
 13 Pinto, Andreina  24 Gator Swim Club-  2:14.28    2:14.87 OT     
             30.80      1:04.88 (34.08)
        1:39.54 (34.66)     2:14.87 (35.33)
 14 Gruest, Valerie  16 Guatemala-US      2:15.47    2:15.75 WN     
             30.51      1:04.82 (34.31)
        1:40.75 (35.93)     2:15.75 (35.00)
 15 Vreeland, Shann  23 Athens Bulldog S  2:15.51    2:15.93 WN     
             30.02      1:04.55 (34.53)
        1:39.67 (35.12)     2:15.93 (36.26)
 16 Rongione, Isabe  16 Nation's Capital  2:16.43    2:17.08 WN     
             30.57      1:05.80 (35.23)
        1:40.90 (35.10)     2:17.08 (36.18)

SCHEDULED EVENTS

  • Women’s 200 fly
  • Men’s 200 fly
  • Women’s 50 free
  • Men’s 50 free
  • Women’s 100 back
  • Men’s 100 back
  • Women’s 200 breast
  • Men’s 200 breast
  • Women’s 400 free
  • Men’s 400 free
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