Minnesota’s Danielle Nack Talks Training, Final Home Meet, & Big Ten’s


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Minnesota senior Danielle Nack turned in some impressive times in her final home meet as a Golden Gopher last weekend as Minnesota hosted Purdue and Northwestern for each team’s last skirmish before the Big Ten Championships in February.

On Friday night Nack turned in a 23.51 50 butterfly split to help propel the Minnesota women to victory in the 200 medley. Later, Nack posted a 1:57.07 in the 200 fly, winning by 4 seconds and putting up the 6th-fastest time in Division I for the week of January 22-28. She finished the session with a 1:48.22 in the 200 free to lead-off Minnesota’s winning 800 free relay.

Saturday afternoon Nack got things started with a 22.54 50 freestyle to lead-off Minnesota’s 200 free relay, which won by over two-and-a-half seconds. Then came her final individual race in her home pool, the 100 fly. With a time of 52.69, Nack won the race by over two seconds and put up the 4th-fastest time in Division I for the week. Swimming lead-off again, Nack posted a 49.90 on the Gopher’s dominant 400 free relay, which won by over three seconds.


  • Minnesota 212, Purdue 141
  • Minnesota 283, Northwestern 70
  • Purdue 269, Northwestern 84


  • Minnesota 192, Purdue 160
  • Minnesota 258, Northwestern 93
  • Purdue 269, Northwestern 84

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About Reid Carlson

Reid Carlson

Reid Carlson originally hails from Clay Center, Kansas, where he began swimming at age six.  At age 14 he began swimming club year-round and later with his high school team, making state all four years.  He was fortunate enough to draw the attention of Kalamazoo College where he went on to …

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