Sarah Hasse Video Interview: From stroke to attitude, everything has changed

Video produced by Coleman Hodges.

Reported by Tony Carroll.

100 BREASTSTROKE– FINALS

  • NCAA – 57.23 – Breeja Larson, Texas A&M – 57.23
  • Championship – 57.23 – Breeja Larson, Texas A&M – 57.23
  • American – 57.23 – Breeja Larson – 57.23
  • US Open – 57.23 – Breeja Larson – 57.23
  • 2014 Champion – Breeja Larson, Texas A&M – 57.23

Stanford picks up another event win with a 58.32 from Sarah Haase, sweeping both the A and B finals. She was just off of her time from this morning, but it was enough to win the NCAA Title.

Alabama’s Kaylin Burchell dropped a half of a second to improve to second with her time of 58.38.

Notre Dame’s 200 breaststroke American record holder, Emma Reaney, finished third with almost a full second drop to 58.43.

Virginia’s Laura Simon added fourth place points with a time of 58.53. Tennessee’s Molly Hannis was fifth with a 58.77. Gretchen Jaques from Texas was just behind her in sixth with a 58.81.

Minnesota’s Kierra Smith finished seventh at 59.02 and SMU’s Rachel Nicol rounded out the final with her time of 59.89.

Stanford’s Katie Olsen dropped from her morning swim to win the B final with a 59.28. Texas A&M’s Bethany Galat finished second in the heat at 59.44.

 

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Coleman Hodges

Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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