2016 U.S. Open – Madisyn Cox, Michael Andrew Earn High Point Honors

2016 U.S. Open Swimming Championships

  • Tuesday, August 2 – Saturday, August 6, 2016
  • Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center
  • The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
  • Heats 9:00 AM / Finals 5:00 PM (U.S. Central Time)
  • Live Results
  • Championship Central

The 2016 U.S. Open Swimming Championships concluded on Saturday evening with an awards ceremony to honor the outstanding individuals and teams from the five-day meet.

The women’s high point of the meet award was bestowed on Madisyn Cox, Unattached out of Texas Longhorns, for her finishes:

  • 200 free – 1st
  • 200 IM – 1st
  • 200 breast – 2nd
  • 400 IM – 2nd
  • 100 breast – 5th

Race Pace Club’s Michael Andrew won the men’s high point of the meet award for his finishes:

  • 50 free – 2nd
  • 100 breast – 4th
  • 100 fly – 4th
  • 200 IM – 5th
  • 200 breast – 16th
  • 200 back – 23rd

The Phillips 66 Performance of the Meet went to Andrew Wilson of Longhorn Aquatics for his 100 meter breaststroke final, in which he went a personal-best time of 59.51 to score 947 FINA points.

The team awards in the women’s meet went to

  1. Aggie Swim Club – 355 points
  2. Team Australia – 252 points
  3. Cardinal Aquatics – 166 points

In the men’s meet, the winning teams were:

  1. Team Australia – 302 points
  2. Indiana University – 281 points
  3. Cardinal Aquatics – 176 points

The combined men’s/women’s team trophy was awarded to Team Australia; Indiana University was runner-up, followed by Cardinal Aquatics in third place.

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Bill Bell
5 years ago

Wilson wins two in world- class tiimes, Grothe triples w/ meet records in 200-400 free and Bethany Galat goes impressive 2:24-plus/ 4:38-plus 200 breast-400 IM click jugs and NONEof ’em get top.honors?

There ought to be a law! They wuz robbed!

5 years ago

Michael Andrew had a rough meet to say the least.

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