1:59.72 200 Free for Katie Drabot on Night 2 of Brown Deer Sectionals


  • Brown Deer, WI
  • Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center
  • Meet Central
  • Results: Meet Mobile

After posting a 55.55 to win the 100 free last night, Ozaukee Aquatics’ Katie Drabot dropped a 1:59.72 to easily win the 200 free tonight in Brown Deer, Wisconsin. That time is a bit over a second off of the Stanford commit’s lifetime best of 1:58.58 from the 2015 U.S. Summer Nationals, and she was the only finisher under two minutes. 2nd went to NASA’s Reilly Lanigan, who will head to Notre Dame this fall, at 2:02.57 for a new lifetime best.

Drabot’s Ozaukee teammate Autumn Haebig took the women’s 100 back title with a 1:02.43, while Brett Pinfold of Wisconsin Aquatics dropped a lifetime best of 55.38 to win the men’s 100 back.

Academy’s Alexis Preski, an Alabama commit, swam a 4:56.54 to take the women’s 400 IM by almost three seconds over 16-year-old Lucia Rizzo of Riptide (4:59.47). Preski’s teammate on the Academy Bullets, Joseph Milinovich, was just off of his lifetime best with a strong 4:26.14 for the win on the men’s side.

Wisconsin Aquatics won the men’s 400 free relay with a 3:25.90, with a 50.93 from third-leg Sean Maloney and a 50.15 anchor leg from Pinfold. Maloney was the 200 free victor, posting a 1:51.27 to win by over two seconds.

In the women’s 400 free relay, the race came down to the touch between Ozaukee Aquatics and Wisconsin Aquatics. Wisconsin was out to a big lead, but Drabot came back with a 55.03 anchor leg to put Ozaukee ahead, 3:50.32 to 3:50.40. NASA finished third in 3:52.07, getting a 57.43 from Lanigan and a 57.35 from last night’s 800 free runner-up, Ella Tierney.

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Chips and COOKIES
7 years ago

Is Reilly Lanagan not swimming for PAC anymore?

7 years ago

Sean Maloney of Wisconsin Aquatics. Not Sean Mahoney…

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Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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