Dec. 2, 2012
THE FLATS – The Georgia Tech men established two more NCAA `B’ cuts on Sunday morning on the final day of prelim action at the GT Invitational at the GT Aquatic Center. The championship session begins at 3 p.m. today.
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Sophomore Andrew Kosic’s strong weekend continued, as he eclipsed a B-cut in the 100 free (44.16), and will be seeded third in today’s A-final. Joining him will be Eric Chiu (45.18) and Andrew Chetcuti (45.19).
Nico van Duijn also attached his name to a B-cut in the 200 fly, and is one of four Jackets that earned a spot in the A-final. His time of 1:46.03 has him seeded second, and is followed by Mark Sarman (1:49.74), Michael Hart (1:51.78) and Dylan Kase 1:53.13).
Matthew Vaughan put down the prelim’s fastest time in the 200 breast (2:01.61), and is seeded first headed to the championship final, followed by Anton Lagerqvist (2:03.20), Ricky Lehner (2:07.80) and Ryan Salmon (2:08.42).
Kate Woolbright (2:02.64) and Carly Sweeney (2:04.85) have clinched their spots in the A-final of the 200 back, while Sara Williford (2:05.96) and Kate Kerman (2:08.70) will swim the 200 back B-final.
Catherine Richards, with a time of 2:17.80, is headed to today’s A-final in the 200 breast.
Jaclyn Rohal will be seeded fifth in A-final of 200 fly (2:05.74). Brandus (2:06.87) and Lefebvre (2:08.89) are in B-final.