Chesapeake Elite Pro Am: Third Night Features Strong Swims From Ohio State, Mission Viejo

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma, December 19. THE third night of short course yard action at the Chesapeake Elite Pro Am featured some strong swims from Ohio State and Mission Viejo.

Ohio State began the night with a 1-2 sweep of the women's 200 IM. Katelyn Brix won in 2:04.98, while Angela Severn took second in 2:05.14. Dallas Mustang Allison Arnold wound up third in 2:06.26. Schroeder's Adam Mania raced to the men's 200 IM title in 1:44.27. Robert Margalis finished second in 1:45.50, while Dallas Mustang Connor Nolan touched third in 1:52.48.

The 50 free shootouts followed with Sabine Rasch topping the women's race in 23.05. Ohio State's Megan Detro placed second in 23.32. Bryan Lundquist dropped a 19.50 to win the men's 50 free. California's Bennett Clark touched second in 20.05.

OSU went 1-2-3 in the women's 200 breast. Colleen Schweitzer turned in a first-place 2:16.16, while Megan Alexander grabbed second in 2:18.86. Catherine Eitel finished third in 2:19.52. Longhorn's Matthew Lowe ripped off a 1:56.38 in the men's 200 breast. Missouri's Ted Harris earned second in 2:03.65, while TCU's Edgar Crespo took third in 2:04.56.

Lobo's Marissa Campbell touched out OSU's Lauren Massey, 56.31 to 56.66, in the women's 100 back. Jessica Schauwecker completed the top three in 56.91. Minnetonka's David Plummer captured the men's 100 back in 46.65. Daytona Beach's Rexford Tullius took second in 46.90, while Schroeder's Mitchell Friedemann touched third in 48.54.

Mission Viejo's Chloe Sutton won her third race of the weekend with a 4:40.69 in the women's 500 free. OSU's Sam Cheverton turned in a second-place 4:49.61, while teammate Griet Buelens snatched third in 4:50.80. Mission Viejo swept the top three in the men's 500 free. Jan Daniec touched first in 4:26.88, while Charles Cullom placed second in 4:32.04. Spencer Wollkind garnered third in 4:36.55.

The 400 medley relays closed out the night. OSU's Cheverton, Eitel, Shannon Draves and Detro won the women's race in 3:46.09. TCU's Jeffrey Gettel, Crespo, Edgar Peyro and Joshua Bagby took home the men's title in 3:24.84.

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