Drabot Wins Fifth Event on Last Night of Brown Deer Sectional

By Allison Pierce, Swimming World College Intern

Katie Drabot of Ozaukee Aquatics claimed her fifth individual win of the the Brown Deer Sectionals meet in the 200 IM tonight with a time of 2:15.79. Wildcat Aquatics’ Reilly Lanigan finished four and a half seconds behind Drabot to take second (2:20.34).

Drabot and three other members of Ozaukee Aquatics took their second relay win of the meet in the 400 Medley Relay with a 4:14.42. Schroeder YMCA touched the wall in a 4:17.37 to take second, while the University of Minnesota took third with a 4:19.13.

In the men’s 1500, Wisconsin Aquatics’ Sean Maloney earned his third title of the meet with a 15:52.00. Maloney’s teammate Nathan Mueller followed in a 16:14.81.

Cassandra Jernberg of Schroeder YMCA also earned another win of the meet in the grueling 1500 with a 16:51.50. Barrington Swim Club’s Kirsten Jacobsen finished second in a 17:06.31, while Audrey Guyett of St. Charles Swim Team followed with a 17:10.04.

In the men’s 400 Medley Relay, the Academy Bullets were victorious with a 3:57.18 in the closest race of the night. West Swim Club touched the wall just after the Bullets in a 3:57.78, and St. Charles Swim Team claimed third a mere .09 seconds later (3:57.87).

In the men’s 200 IM, Wisconsin Aquatics outshined the rest. Brett Pinfold led the Badgers to a one-two-three finish with a 2:03.28. His teammate Chris Wills clocked a 2:06.99 to take second, and Todd McCarthy nabbed third in a 2:07.78.

Marissa Berg of Wisconsin Aquatics finished with a strong lead in the 50 freestyle in a 25.96. Her teammate Emmy Sehmann took second with a 26.40, and Madeline Smith claimed third .09 seconds after Sehmann (26.49).

The men’s 50 freestyle had a similar outcome, with University of Minnesota’s Bowen Becker finishing ahead of the pack in a 23.18. Jonathan Salomon of Wisconsin Aquatics placed second with a 23.70, while Wildcat Aquatics’ Gage Kohner clocked a 23.85 to finish third.

All results can be found on Meet Mobile.

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