Allie Szekeley Describes Leading Stanford Women Through Fall Season (Video)

2019 ART ADAMSON INVITE

  • Thursday, November 21 – Saturday, November 23, 2019
  • Texas A&M Natatorium, College Station, Texas
  • Prelims 10 AM / Finals 6 PM (U.S. Central Time)
  • Prelims Long Course Meters (LCM) format
  • Finals Short Course Yards (SCY) format
  • Live results

Reported by Braden Keith.

WOMEN’S 400 IM – FINALS

  • 2020 NCAA “A” Cut – 4:03.62
  • 2020 NCAA “B” Cut – 4:17.30
  • 2019 NCAA Invited Time – 4:10.00
  1. Brooke Forde, Stanford – 4:03.86
  2. Allie Szekely, Stanford – 4:05.91
  3. Hannah Kukurugya, Stanford – 4:10.10

The Stanford women went 1-2-3 in the women’s 400 IM, led by Brooke Forde, who was 3rd at last year’s NCAA Championships. Her winning time of 4:03.86 is a full second faster than she was mid-season last year. Her regular-season best time actually came in a dual meet in late January before dropping at Pac-12s and then again at NCAAs.

Szekely followed a very similar pattern last season, but her time on Friday is even more encouraging: it’s better than her season-best time from last year’s NCAA Championship meet.

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Dave92029
3 years ago

All the Photos of Greg speaking with his team: The focus and attention that each and every member of his team has on his every word is amazing. Everyone appears to be soaking in every word, even though I’m sure that there is lot of noise and distractions all around them.
Wonder if he gets the same attention at home? :>)

Sunny Cal
3 years ago

Ummm……

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