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

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MIKE IN DALLAS
11 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!

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