Lakeside Aquatic Club Contingent Strong At Night Two Of Futures Championships In Austin

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By Cristian Corbett, Swimming World College Intern

The Lakeside Aquatic Club continued to dominate after Day 2 of the Futures Championships in Austin, Texas.

In the women’s 200m free, Reilly Lanigan of Nasa Wildcat Aquatics barely edged out Caitlin Clements of Magnolia Aquatic Club, clocking a 2:02.60 and a 2:02.62 respectively. Katherine Sullivan managed to take the third place spot in 2:04.03.

Rockwood Swim Club’s Jack Dolan dominated the men’s 200m free, winning by almost half a second in 1:51.65. Alexander Zettle of Lakeside Aquatics touched out Longhorn Aquatics’ Grant Reed for second, with Zettle going 1:52.04 and Reed hitting 1:52.13.

The women’s 100m breast was a close one. Cypress Fairbanks Swim Club’s Victoria Roubique won the event in 1:12.76. Emma Garfield of Lakeside Aquatics took second in 1:13.11, with Vanessa Herrmann of AquaStorm placing third in 1:13.19. Second through sixth were separated by just .67 seconds.

Nicholas Theunissen of Missouri State was crowned king in the men’s 100m breast, taking it in 1:03.52. Tristen Disibio of Lakeside Aquatics clocked a 1:04.17, good for second place, while Austin Vacek of Katy Aquatic Team for Youth took third in 1:04.89.

Lakeside’s Kara Eisenmann won the women’s 100m fly in 1:00.51. Her teammate Lauren Pitzer clocked a 1:01.7 for second place, and Abigail Wheeler took third in 1:02.39

Lakeside continued to dominate in the men’s 100m fly, with Alvin Jiang taking first in 55.41. Shaine Casas took second in 55.47, and Jack Dolan of Rockwood Swim Club took third in 55.80.

Annika Wagner of Nasa Wildcat Aquatics took first in the women’s 400m IM in 4:55.50. Emma Garfield of Lakeside Aquatics took second in 4:56.81 and Reilly Lanigan of Nasa Wildcat Aquatics clocked in a 4:58.29 to take third.

Braden Vines of City of Midland Swim Team won the final of the men’s 400m IM with a time of 4:31.23. Longhorn Aquatics’ Mason Tenney took second in 4:31.73 and Grant Thompson of Austin Swim Club took third in 4:32.33.

The meet will continue into Sunday, and all results can be found on Meet Mobile.