Olivia Anderson Among Winners in Night Two of NCSA Summer Championships

1 May 2015; Olivia Anderson, NCSA, on her way to winning the semi-final of the women's 100m breaststroke event, during the 2015 Irish Open Swimming Championships at the National Aquatic Centre, Abbotstown, Dublin. Picture credit: Paul Mohan / SPORTSFILE
Photo Courtesy: Paul Mohan / SPORTSFILE

Night two of the 2015 NCSA Summer Championships saw a large number of Olympic Trials cuts and a sizzling tie in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke.

The women’s 100-meter breaststroke proved to be the swim of the night with Olivia Anderson and Margaret Aroesty tying for first with a 1:09.03. Both winners bypassed the Olympic Trials cut of 1:11.49. Rachel Munson took third with a 1:09.15.

The top three finishers in the women’s 200-meter free turned in some sizzling time with all three qualifying for the Olympic Trials. Kathryn Portz claimed the top spot with a 2:01.69 to sail past the Olympic Trials cut of 2:02.39. Asia Seidt grabbed second with a 2:01.86, while Logan Shiller was a close third with a 2:01.90.

Charles Swanson cleared the Olympic Trials cut in the men’s 400-meter IM by almost seven seconds taking first with a 4:20.79. Frederick Schubert finished second with a 4:25.17 to also clear the Olympic Trials cut of 4:27.49. Joseph Milinovich rounded out the top three with a 4:27.17.

Carsten Vissering grabbed first in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke with a quick 1:00.96 earning himself an Olympic Trials cut. Jacob Montague finished second with a 1:02.08, also earning himself an Olympic Trials cut. Keefer Barnum finished third overall with a 1:04.72.

The women’s 200-meter fly went to Seidt who claimed the win and an Olympic Trials cut with a final time of 2:13.66. Paige Kaplan finished second with a 2:15.62, while Lauren Edelman was third with a close 2:15.83.

Ryan Baker and Wade O’Brien kept it close in the men’s 100-meter back finishing .03 seconds apart. Baker succeeded in getting his hands on the wall with a 56.73 over O’Brien’s 56.76. Both bypassed the Olympic Trials cut of 57.19. Jacob Lamparella finished third overall with a 56.92.

The relay team of Aaron Schultz (1:53.76), Schubert (1:52.92), John Cortright (1:56.32) and Swanson of Nova of Virginia Aquatics, Inc finished first in the men’s 800-meter free relay with a time of 7:34.74. Nation’s Capital Swim Club took second overall with a 7:38.24, while Lakeside Swim Team finished third with a 7:38.45.

2015 NCSA Summer Junior Nationals: Day 2 – Results