Brooks Fail Picks Up Three Wins At Arizona Red vs Blue Intrasquad

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September 28th, 2021 College, News, Pac-12, Previews & Recaps

Arizona Red vs Blue Intrasquad Meet

  • September 24, 2021
  • Hillenbrand Aquatic Center, Tucson, Arizona
  • SCY (25 yards)
  • Full Results (PDF)

The Arizona Wildcats opened the 2021-22 NCAA season with their annual intrasquad meet on Friday, and Team Red ultimately emerged victorious over Team Blue on both the men’s and women’s sides.

Brooks Fail, who is entering his fifth year with the Wildcats after earning a trio of top-eight finishes at the 2021 NCAA Championships, was among the meet’s top performers with three wins for Team Blue in a losing effort.

Fail led the way in the men’s 200 free (1:38.52), 500 free (4:30.16) and 200 fly (1:53.82). At last season’s NCAAs, the Tucson native was third in the 500 free, fourth in the 160 free and eighth in the 200 fly.

Ogi Maric, Eric Correa, Lexi Duchsherer, and Amalie Mortensen all had multiple wins for Team Red, while Felicity Passon added two wins for Blue.

TEAM SCORES

Women

  1. Red, 116
  2. Blue, 114

Men

  1. Red, 139
  2. Blue, 112

Full University of Arizona Release

Tucson, Ariz. – The Arizona Swim and Dive team completed their annual Red-Blue Intrasquad meet, with the Red team proving victorious over the Blue team.

Team Red defeated Team Blue behind dominant performances from Ogi Maric, Eric CorreaLexi Duchsherer, and Amalie Mortensen who all had multiple event wins.

From team Blue, Brooks Fail and Felicity Passon took home first-place honors in multiple events as well.

Fantastic Freshman
There were six Wildcat Freshmen who recorded an event win Friday afternoon at Hillenbrand. Lexi Duchsherer, took home two first-place finishes in the 50 and 100 free, along with being on 400 free relay team that won. A pair of Freshman, Beck Parnham and Stella Copeland, finished with the top times in 1000 free event. In the 200 breast, Maddy Alhuwalia took home the top honors. Chloe Clark finished with the best time in the 200 IM, while Quinn Gariepy had the top score in the 3-meter dive.

WINNERS

MEN 
200 Medley Relay: Brendan SantanaTate BahtiRyan PerhamMarin Ercegovic
1000 Free: Beck Parnham
200 Free: Brooks Fail
100 Back: Ogi Maric
100 Breast: Ryan Foote
200 Fly: Brooks Fail
50 Free: Marin Ercegovic
100 Free: Hunter Ingram
200 Back: Ogi Maric
200 Breast: Jacob Hand
500 Free: Brooks Fail
100 Fly: Brendan Santana
200 IM: Jacob Hand
400 Free Relay: Alex McMahon, Daniel Namir, Ogi MaricHunter Ingram
1-meter: Eric Correa
3-meter: Eric Correa

WOMEN
200 Medley Relay: Chloe ClarkMaddy AhluwaliaJulia HeimsteadAlayna Connor
1000 Free: Stella Copeland
200 Free: Amalie Mortensen
100 Back: Felicity Passon
100 Breast: Jade Neser
200 Fly: Hannah Farrow
50 Free: Lexi Duchsherer
100 Free: Lexi Duchsherer
200 Back: Felicity Passon
200 Breast: Maddy Ahluwalia
500 Free: Amalie Mortensen
100 Fly: Maddy Burt
200 IM: Chloe Clark
400 Free Relay: Lexi DuchshererJade NeserCasslyn TreydteAmalie Mortensen
1-meter: Delaney Schnell
3-meter: Quinn Gariepy

The Cats will be back in action Oct. 8 in Dallas, Texas for the SMU Classic.

Follow the action live on Arizona Swimming and Diving’s Twitter @ArizonaSwimDive and check ArizonaWildcats.com each night for results and a recap of the event.

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