The Duke swimming and diving program closed a historic 2018-19 campaign by celebrating accomplishments from the pool, the boards and the classroom Friday at the program’s annual awards banquet.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the exciting day 4 prelims action.
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Last weekend, the Duke women stole headlines with some huge performances at the Nike Cup. None was bigger than a 51.42 in the 100 fly from junior Kylie Jordan.
A Blue Devil received recognition from the conference office for the second consecutive week as junior Kylie Jordan was named the ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Week following her performance at the Janis Hape Dowd Nike Invitational.
Alyssa Marsh split 22.33 swimming butterfly on Duke’s 200 medley relay this weekend. That would have tied for the fastest split at last year’s NCAA Championship meet.
Duke earned a 1-2 punch in the women’s 200 free, where Melissa Pish, a freshman and the school record-holder, took the race in 1:46.89. Fellow freshman Easop Lee came in 2nd, posting a 1:48.21.
Back in competition for the first time in three weeks, the Blue Devil men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams face Tobacco Road rival North Carolina in the teams’ regular season finale Saturday.
Max St. George took wins in both backstrokes as one of Duke’s top performers.
Melanie Margalis of Saint Petersburg Aquatics gave up her spot in the A final of the 200 breast to concentrate on the 400 free.
This weekend marks a busy one for the Duke swimming and diving program, as Blue Devils embark to two different meets in Princeton, N.J., and West Lafayette, Ind.
He leads the NCAA this year with that swim by nearly a full second.