Air Force’s Genevieve Miller Breaks School Record in 1650 Free; Leads Mountain West

U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. – Air Force sophomore Genevieve Miller broke her own school record in the 1650 freestyle at the USA Swimming National Championships in Greensboro, N.C. Miller placed ninth in the event with a time of 16:17.20, breaking her own school record. Her time improved her NCAA “B” cut and was faster than her time last season when she won the Mountain West title.

Miller holds the top times in the conference in the 500 free, 1000 (split time) and 1650 free. She holds NCAA “B” cuts in the 500 and 1650 free.

A school-record eight Falcons qualified to compete in the three-day event. Joining Schroeder and Miller, senior Kim Davis, junior Sara Menke, sophomore Kira Schlosberg and freshmen Jinan Andrews, Elise Hart and Brianna Mount  are representing the Academy at the prestigious event.

The above is a press release submitted by the Air Force Athletics Department.

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