Sarah Henry: from injury to winning NCAA Title at home pool (Video Interview)

Video Produced by Coleman Hodges.

Reported by Tony Carroll. 

400 IM – FINALS

  • NCAA – 3:56.43 – Katinka Hosszu, USC – 2012
  • Championship – 3:56.43 – Katinka Hosszu, USC – 2012
  • American – 3:57.89 – Caitlin Leverenz, California – 2012
  • US Open – 3:56.43 – Katinka Hosszu – 2012
  • 2014 Champion: Maya DiRado, Stanford – 3:58.12

Texas A&M’s Sarah Henry powered through the final leg of her 400 IM to win the NCAA Title with her time of 4:02.47. She dropped close to half of a second to win tonight’s race.

Georgia made a huge move in team scores by finishing second and third in this final. Hali Flickinger almost ran down Henry in the final 25 but finished second at 4:02.73, dropping almost two seconds from her morning swim. Her teammate, Amber McDermott, finished third at 4:03.34. That could have been the bump Georgia needed to stay with California.

Louisville’s Tanja Kyliainen moved up a few spots to finish fourth in 4:03.51. Madisyn Cox from Texas was just behind her with her time of 4:03.63.

Minnesota’s Brooke Zeiger was sixth at 4:05.27, Amanda Carner from Tennessee was seventh at 4:05.97, and Jessica Thielmann from Florida rounded out the final with her time of 4:07.55.

Nevada’s Yawen Li dropped close to two seconds to win the B final of the 400 IM with her time of 4:05.56. California’s Kelly Naze also made a big jump from 8th to 2nd in the heat with her time of 4:07.07.

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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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