Will Goodwin Breaks 2:00 in 200 Breast at Austin Sectionals – Day 1

2018 Speedo Super Sectionals – Austin

  • March 22nd-25th, 2018
  • Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swim Center, Austin, Texas
  • Results on Meet Mobile “2018 ST TXLA Speedo Super Sectionals”

Day one of the 2018 Speedo Super Sectionals in Austin, Texas, featured finals for the women’s and men’s 100 free, 200 breast, 200 back, and 200 fly.

15-year-old Anna Shaw won the women’s 100 free in 50.01 (24.20/15.81). UCLA-commit Delaney Smith took second in 50.07, followed by Foothill’s Kylie Andrews in 50.13. The Terrapins’ Alexei Sancov won the men’s 100 free in 43.41 (20.94/22.47), followed by Colorado Springs’ Kyle Leach in 44.26 and the Front Range Barracudas’ Harrison Lierz in 45.10.

The Terrapins’ Emily Lo won the women’s 200 breast in 2:12.43 (30.18/33.23/34.04/34.98). The Aquarockets’ Catherine Wright took second in 2:15.41, and Highlands Ranch’s Holley Dennis third in 2:15.70. TOPS’ William Goodwin won the men’s race in 1:59.85 (27.56/30.42/30.64/31.23). In second was Foothill’s Jack Moranetz in 2:00.45, and the Aquawolves’ Elijah Warren in 2:02.42.

In the women’s 200 back, Utah Valley’s Makayla Cazier took the win in 1:56.79 (26.86/28.92/30.26/20.75), over a second ahead of Pikes Peak’s second-place finisher Meredith Rees (1:57.97). In third was Highlands Ranch’s Natalie Arky in 1:58.06. Foothill’s 16-year-old Gavin Olson won the men’s race in 1:43.40 (24.20/26.37/26.69/26.14), followed by the Barracudas’ Harrison Lierz in 1:43.94. Andrew Rodriguez, of the Terrapins, took third place in 1:48.76.

El Paso’s Miriam Guevara, a Northwestern-commit, won the women’s 200 fly in 1:59.89 (26.17/30.49/31.77/31.46). The Aquastars’ Olivia Theall took second in 2:00.34, followed by Kingfish’s Katherine Connolly in 2:02.40. TOPS’ Seth Hendrix won the men’s race in 1:47.11, splitting 24.08/27.16/27.32/28.55. Utah Valley’s Anthony Puertas took second in 1:48.61, and Colorado Springs’ Braden Whitmarsh third in 1:52.06.



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3 years ago

Don’t forget the 1000 free which was also swam in the final last night.

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3 years ago

Go Foothills, you rock! Coach Bill for prez!

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Torrey is from Oakland, CA, and majored in media studies and American studies at Claremont McKenna College, where she swam distance freestyle for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps team. Outside of SwimSwam, she has bylines at Sports Illustrated, Yahoo Sports, SB Nation, and The Student Life newspaper.

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