Texas A&M Swims to Sweep of Art Adamson Invitational

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The 2023 Art Adamson Invitational at Texas A&M concluded with Day 3 from College Station, Texas.

The Day 3 events include the women’s and men’s 200 backstroke, 100 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, 200 butterfly and 400 free relay.

The Aggies won the men’s meet with 1,469 points. LSU was second with 991.5, followed by Utah (755.5), Air Force (450) and Rockhurst (13).

Texas A&M also won the women’s meet with 1,124.5 points. UCLA was second with 784, followed by LSU (686), Houston (376), San Diego State (365.5), Washington State (352) and Utah (342).

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Women’s 200 Backstroke

San Diego State’s Alex Roberts won the women’s 200 back to open the final night in College Station. The senior touched the wall in 1:53.45.

Texas A&M’s Aviv Barzelay took second in 1:54.61.

UCLA’s Rosie Murphy took third in 1:55.78.


Men’s 200 Backstroke

Texas A&M’s Baylor Nelson won the men’s 200 back by more than a second to earn the victory for the Aggies. The sophomore got to the wall in 1:41.82.

Utah’s Brandon Miller finished second in 1:42.74.

Tomas Shomper took third in 1:43.00 for the Aggies.


Women’s 100 Freestyle

Texas A&M’s Chloe Stepanek continued her stellar meet by winning the 100 free. The senior touched in 48.03 to take first.

LSU’s Megan Barnes was second in 48.56. UCLA’s Brooke Schaffer finished third, getting to the wall in 48.93.


Men’s 100 Free

Texas A&M sophomore Connor Foote claimed the victory in the 100 free on the men’s side, finishing in 42.70 to hold off the field.

LSU’s Jere Hribar finished second in 42.97, leading a 2-3-4 Tiger finish with Andrew Garon (44.01) and Pawel Uryniuk (44.02).


Women’s 200 Breaststroke

Washington State’s Emily Lundgren won the 200 breaststroke in a “B” cut time of 2:08.37.

UCLA’s Ana Jih-Schiff took second with a time of 2:12.38.

Texas A&M’s Giulia Goerigk finished third in 2:12.48.


Men’s 200 Breaststroke

Texas A&M went 1-2 in the 200 breaststroke with Alex Sanchez winning in 1:51.13 and Logan Brown finishing just behind in 1:53.15.

Utah’s Jaek Horner finished in third place with a swim of 1:53.37.


Women’s 200 Butterfly

Olivia Theall gave the Aggies another win with a 1:55.15 performance in the 200 butterfly.

LSU’s Sofia Sartori was second in 1:55.24, while A&M’s Katie Walker took third in 1:55.47.


Men’s 200 Butterfly

Texas A&M earned another win with Clayton Conklin throwing down a 1:43.30 in the men’s 200 butterfly for the victory.

Utah’s Evan VanBrocklin finished second in 1:44.90, going 2-3 with Jakub Walter (1:45.30).


Women’s 400 Free Relay

LSU won the final women’s event of the meet with Michaele De Villiers, Reagan Osborne, Chloe Cheng and Megan Barnes getting to the wall in 3:15.66.

A&M took second behind Jordan Buechler, Olivia Theall, Bobbi Kennett and Chloe Stepanek, who finished in 3:15.92.

UCLA took third in 3:16.01 with Brooke Schaffer, Gizem Guvenc, Sarah Bennetts and Maya Wilson.


Men’s 400 Free Relay

LSU’s Andrew Garon, Jere Hribar, Griffin Curtis and Pawel Uryniuk won the final race of the night with a 2:52.95.

Utah took second in 2:56.09 with Jaek Horner, Will Woodall, Matt Dedering and Davis Stachelek.

The Aggies were third with Kraig Bray, Clayton Conklin and Carter Nelson going 2:57.48.


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