UGA Invite Day 3 Prelims: Bulldog Bradley Dunham Goes Another PR: 1:42.0 200 BK


The Georgia Bulldogs dominated this morning, picking up the top times in every single event (and the top two or more times in most events).

Redshirt Georgia sophomore Bradley Dunham continues to impress this weekend. After going lifetime bests in the 50 back (22.11), 100 back (46.59) and 200 free (1:34.90) so far since Wednesday, Dunham put up a new best to lead the 200 back prelims this morning with a 1:42.02. He led a UGA surge, as Javier Acevedo (1:42.79), Ian Grum (1:43.48) and Keegan Walsh (1:43.78) followed closely behind.

Georgia juniors Dakota Luther and Danielle Dellatorre paced the 200 fly and 200 breast prelims, respectively, on the women’s side. Luther was 1:55.86, touching just ahead of senior teammate Courtney Harnish (1:56.00), while Dellatorre hit a 2:08.36 as sophomore teammate Zoie Hartman joined her under 2:10 (2:09.38).

Georgia freshman Luca Urlando led the way in the 200 fly, clocking a 1:43.04, off of his 1:40.91 lifetime best. Junior teammate Andrew Abruzzo was just behind at 1:43.14, his first time under 1:45. Senior Camden Murphy was third in 1:44.33, and their duel tonight will be one of the races to watch in finals.


  • Maddie Homovich, UGA junior, led the 200 back prelims with a 1:55.64. Her junior teammate Portia Brown was 1:56.00 for second this morning, slicing over a full second off of her old best from the 2020 SEC Championships.
  • Senior Gabi Fa’Amausili and freshman Maxine Parker both slipped under 49 in the 100 free, going 48.75 and 48.99, respectively.
  • Georgia sophomore Dillon Downing led the 100 free on the men’s side at 43.37.
  • Jack Dalmolin, Georgia senior, easily took the 200 breast top time this morning at 1:54.79.

In This Story

Leave a Reply

Notify of

1 Comment
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
1 year ago

Jake Magahey 14:33 in his mile! Greg Reed also 14:43.

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

Read More »