2021 Santa Clara LCM SENIOR 2 T&F MEET
- May 21-23, 2021
- Santa Clara, CA
- Meet Site
- Meet Packet
- Meet Timeline
- Psych Sheets
- Meet Mobile Results: “2021 Santa Clara LCM Senior 2 T&F”
- Wave I & II Trials Cuts
- Day 1 Recap
- Day 2 Recap
On Sunday, the third and final day of the 2021 Santa Clara LCM Senior 2 T&F Meet went down, featuring the prelims and finals of the 100 free, 200 back, and 200 IM. Among the attendees were Rio Olympian Abbey Weitzeil, Worlds medalist Katie McLaughlin, and Cal Bears Emma Davidson and Ayla Spitz.
Highlighting the session was Weitzeil’s pair of 54s in the 100 free on Sunday. In the AM, Weitzeil put up a 54.18 before later winning the final at 54.62. Taking second in the event was Davidson, hitting 57.61 in the PM after hitting 57.63 in the morning. Placing third in finals was McLaughlin, swimming a time of 58.49. McLaughlin’s season best in this event is 54.82 and previously swam 25.67/1:57.65 in the 50/200 free at this meet. McLaughlin no-showed the 100 fly here in Santa Clara, potentially hinting she swam her 58.49 finals time butterfly. McLaughlin sits in third this season in the 100 fly at 57.39.
2020-2021 US Rankings: Women’s 100 FR LCM
- Simone Manuel, 53.34
- Torri Huske, 53.46
- Claire Curzan, 53.55
- Abbey Weitzeil, 53.66
- Linnea Mack, 53.78
- Katie Ledecky, 53.82
2020-2021 US Rankings: Women’s 100 FL LCM
- Claire Curzan, 56.20
- Torri Huske, 56.69
- Katie McLaughlin, 57.39
- Kate Douglass/Gretchen Walsh, 57.43
In the men’s 100 free, Alto’s Michael Lincoln threw down a 51.92 to easily win the final over PASA 16-year-olds Eric Gabbassof (53.60) and Harrison Williams (54.14).
Into the women’s 200 back, Alto 16-year-old Lola Beams was the lone sub-2:20 swim at 2:19.15, holding off Santa Clara 17-year-old Steffi Beisel (2:22.35) and 14-year-old Eunice Lee (2:25.85).
Leading the men’s 200 back prelims was DACA’s Caleb Apodaca (2:14.26) while Alto teammates Evan Gold (2:18.40) and Salvador Goya (2:21.43) were the top two finishers in the final.
Ayla Spitz swam a pair of 2:17s to lead the women’s 200 IM during both sessions. Spitz’s fastest swim was during the prelims, touching the wall at 2:17.15, clearing the 2:17.39 Wave I Trials cut. Rounding out the top three times were 17-year-olds PEAK’s Ela Freiman (2:23.63) and PASA’s Silvia Faraboschi (2:24.01).