Erika Brown: “I Realized I Needed to Invest in My Teammates” (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


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  1. GOLD: Erika Brown, Tennessee, 21.39
  2. SILVER: Aly Tetzloff, Auburn, 21.94
  3. BRONZE: Bailey Scott, Alabama, 21.96

Tennessee’s Erika Brown continues to impress. She blew away the field tonight, winning in a quick 21.39. That makes her the 8th fastest performer in history. Auburn’s Aly Tetzloff and Alabama’s Bailey Scott each snuck under 22 to pick up the remaining podium spots. Tennessee’s Maddy Banic was just off the podium in 22.07.

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Erika “Big Bad LeRoy Gonna Take You Downtown” Brown is an amazing success story! Proud of her, happy for teammates and coaches. Go Orange.


“A happy swimmer is a fast swimmer” remember to enjoy the spot and racing and it will all be ok :):):)


How tall is she?

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