2012 Big 12 Champs Day 4 Race Videos: Anna Elendt Crushes 200 Breast in 2:03

2022 BIG 12 SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2022 Big 12 Championships closed out yesterday, with the Texas men and women securing the team titles. Watch selected race videos from the final session, including the A-finals of the 200 back, 100 free, and 200 breast. It was in the 200 breast where Texas sophomore Anna Elendt went 2:03.92, getting under the conference record and moving up to #7 all-time in the event.

All videos courtesy of YouTube user James Foster.

Women’s 200 Back – Finals

Top 3:

  1. Olivia Bray (Texas) – 1:51.09
  2. Rylee Moore (TCU) – 1:57.34
  3. Paige Dressel (WVU) – 1:57.43

Texas’ Olivia Bray, normally known as a butteflier, nipped the meet record in this event tonight with a time of 1:51.09. Bray opened up a multiple body length lead by the halfway point ultimately touched six seconds ahead of the rest of the field.

Men’s 200 Back – Finals

Top 3:

  1. Carson Foster (Texas) – 1:39.42
  2. Peter Larson (Texas) – 1:41.64
  3. Justin Heimes (WVU) – 1:45.79

Carson Foster was already the #3 man in the nation in this event heading into this week, and he was just a bit off of season-best time of 1:39.25 tonight, touching in 1:39.42. That’s the third individual title for Foster this week, as he won the 200 IM and the 400 IM the last two days.

Women’s 100 Free – Finals

Top 3:

  1. Kelly Pash (Texas) –  48.42
  2. Bridget Semenuk (Texas) – 48.73
  3. Kyla Leibel (Texas) – 49.26

The Longhorns swept the top five spots in this final. 400 IM champion Kelly Pash led the field tonight with a 48.42, her 2nd-fastest swim ever in this event.

Men’s 100 Free – Finals

Top 3:

  1. Daniel Krueger (Texas) – 41.49
  2. Cameron Auchinachie (Texas) – 42.08
  3. Drew Kibler (Texas) – 42.38

Texas senior Daniel Krueger remains undefeated in this event at the Big 12 Championships after winning in 41.49 tonight. Krueger was just a bit off of his season best time of 41.45, and a little bit further off of his Big 12 record of 41.26 from two years ago, but he still won by over half a second.

Women’s 200 Breast – Finals

Top 3:

  1. Anna Elendt (Texas) – 2:03.92
  2. Kate Steward (Kansas) – 2:08.90
  3. Channing Hanley (Texas) – 2:12.34

Texas sophomore Anna Elendt crushed the meet and Big 12 records, easily winning with a 2:03.92 that moves her to #8 all-time in the event.

Men’s 200 Breast – Finals

Top 3:

  1. Caspar Corbeau (Texas) – 1:51.81
  2. Jake Foster (Texas) – 1:53.13
  3. Braden Vines (Texas) – 1:56.14

Longhorn Caspar Corbeau went out like a rocket, and only teammate Jake Foster stayed anywhere close to him. Corbuea held on to win in 1:51.81 to sweep the breaststroke events this week. Corbeau is now 3-3 in this event at Big 12s.

Final Scores

Women

  1. Texas – 1083
  2. Kansas – 618
  3. Texas Christian – 587
  4. West Virginia – 502.5
  5. Iowa State – 497.5

Men

  1. Texas – 1033
  2. Texas Christian – 828
  3. West Virginia – 788

In This Story

1
Leave a Reply

Subscribe
Notify of

1 Comment
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
MIKE IN DALLAS
7 months ago

It may well be true that “Texas” doesn’t really go all out for its Conference, but, WOW! there were still some awesome times swum here. And, I think, the men are still on track for another NCAA D1 championship title in March!

About Robert Gibbs