WATCH: Kate Douglass Swims 49.8 100 Fly and 58.1 100 Breast In One Session

Yanyan Li
by Yanyan Li 0

November 19th, 2022 College, National, News, Video

2022 TENNESSEE INVITATIONAL

On day two of the Tennessee Invite, Virginia’s Kate Douglass pulled off an impressible double that showed off her versatility, swimming a 49.84 in the 100 fly and a 58.14 in the 100 breast. Both of her times being fast enough to make the ‘A’ finals at NCAAs. Other highlights from this session included Alex Walsh‘s 57.94 100 breast personal best, Jordan Crooks‘ 44.79 100 fly that was also a personal best, Lexi Cuomo‘s controversial DQ in the 200 medley relay, Ella Nelson‘s 4:03 400 IM, the Tennessee men and their dominant showing in the 200 medley relay, and more.

All race videos can be watched here courtesy of the UVA Swimming YouTube channel. Race videos for the men’s 400 IM and the 800 free relays are missing because there were no Virginia swimmers in those races.

WOMEN’S 100 FLY – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 50.92
  • 2022 Invite Time – 52.35

Top 3 Finishers:

  1. Kate Douglass (Virginia) – 49.84
  2. Ellie Vannote (UNC) – 51.83
  3. Sara Stotler (Tennessee) – 52.58

WOMEN’S 100 BREAST – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 58.10
  • 2022 Invite Time – 49.87

Top 3:

  1. Alex Walsh (Virginia) – 57.94
  2. Kate Douglass (Virginia) – 58.14
  3. Mona McSharry (Tennessee) – 58.45

WOMEN’S 200 MEDLEY RELAY – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 1:36.24
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut – 1:37.02

Top 3 Finishers:

Women’s 200 Medley Relay
  1. UNC – 1:36.04
  2. Virginia – 1:36.45
  3. Michigan – 1:37.49

MEN’S 200 MEDLEY RELAY – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 1:23.76
  • NCAA ‘B’ Cut – 1:24.42

Top 3 Finishers:

Men’s 200 Medley Relay
  1. Tennessee – 1:23.84
  2. Virginia – 1:24.53
  3. Michigan – 1:24.90

MEN’S 100 FLY – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 44.82
  • 2022 Invite Time – 45.57

Top 3 Finishers:

Men’s 100 Fly
  1. Jordan Crooks (Tennessee) – 44.79
  2. Boyd Poelke (UNC) – 45.48
  3. Gal Cohen Groumi (Michigan) – 45.68

WOMEN’S 400 IM – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 4:03.62
  • 2022 Invite Time – 4:11.60

Top 3 Finishers:

Women’s 400 IM
  1. Ella Nelson (Virginia) – 4:03.61
  2. Kathryn Ackerman (Michigan) – 4:11.22
  3. Sophia Wilson (Virginia) – 4:12.67

WOMEN’S 200 FREE – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 1:42.84
  • 2022 Invite Time – 1:45.42

Top 3:

  1. Brooklyn Douthwright (Tennessee) – 1:44.78
  2. Katie Crom (Michigan) – 1:44.89
  3. Maxine Parker (Virginia) – 1:45.49

MEN’S 200 FREE – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 1:31.98
  • 2022 Invite Time – 1:33.08

Top 3:

  1. Joaquin Vargas (Tennessee) – 1:34.49
  2. Tomas Sungaila (UNC) – 1:34.63
  3. Louis Dramm (UNC) – 1:34.95

MEN’S 100 BREAST – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 51.40
  • 2022 Invite Time – 52.20

Top 3:

  1. Noah Nichols (Virginia) – 51.82
  2. Jarel Dillard (Tennessee) – 52.10
  3. Michael Houlie (Tennessee) – 52.15

WOMEN’S 100 BACK – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 50.89
  • 2022 Invite Time – 52.46

Top 3:

  1. Gretchen Walsh (Virginia) – 50.13
  2. Josephine Fuller (Tennessee) – 51.81
  3. Greer Pattison (UNC) – 51.97

MEN’S 100 BACK – FINAL

  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut – 44.79
  • 2022 Invite Time – 45.87

Top 3:

  1. Harrison Lierz (Tennessee) – 46.28
  2. Bjoern Kammann (Tennessee) – 46.42
  3. Wyatt Davis (Michigan) – 46.47

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Yanyan Li

Although Yanyan wasn't the greatest competitive swimmer, she learned more about the sport of swimming through scoring countless dual meets, being a timer, and keeping track of her teammates' best times for three years as a team manager. She eventually ventured into the realm of writing and joined SwimSwam in …

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