The Buckeyes take a hit with some key losses, but they’ve got plenty of talent remaining as they aim for a 4th-straight top 10 finish.
Brown’s best time places her at #54 in the US 15-16 age group of all-time. Brown won the event by over four seconds.
Clark was fourth with a 3:49 at the 2022 US International Team trials in April. Clark went on to compete for the US in the 800 and 1500 frees at Worlds.
Brown swam a best time by over five seconds to win the 400 IM. Her time also puts her into the top 100 in the 15-16 age group of all time.
Fulmer won the women’s 50 freestyle in a best time of 25.40. She also anchored Ohio State’s winning women’s 800 freestyle relay.
Louisville grad Andrej Barna swam the 100 freestyle going a 49.21. Barna finished ninth in the event at the Tokyo Olympics representing Serbia.
Ohio State’s Amy Fulmer won two events on night two in Indy as the Big Ten women from Indiana, Ohio State, and Michigan combined to win all of the events.
The Ohio State women and Tennessee men won the CSCAA National Invitational Championship titles on Saturday, both earning those honors convincingly.
After finishing 3rd at Big Tens last year, Ohio State is in excellent shape heading into this season.
Mac Looze, Sam Stewart, and Charlie Swanson will swim the 200 IM prelims in Greensboro for the final AM session of the 2021 Speedo Summer Championships.
Mac Looze and Charlie Swanson are looking to win the 400 IM here following their 200 breast wins yesterday. Leah Gingrich also headlines the women’s 100 fly.
Charlie Swanson went 2:11.00 in the 200 breast this morning. Tonight, he will be swimming against Josh Matheny, who cruised to 2:15.67 in prelims.
This AM will be the qualifying heats for the 200 free, 200 breast, and 200 back, featuring Trials finalists Gabby DeLoof, Josh Matheny, and JoJo Ramey.
Akron and Canadian native Sarah Watson smashed her 50 fly personal best to swim 26.98 while 16-year-old Jonathan Marshall of FAST hit 55.58 in the 100 back.
OSU’s Sommerstad, Watkins, Fulmer, Andreis, Geringer, and Clark all had individual sectional wins in Geneva alongside Denison’s Kurlich and Akron’s Fischer.