The Badger Men’s team just completed an impressive victory at the LCM Senior Metropolitan Championship. Scoring 749.5 points on the way to an impressive victory.
Richard Mannix took home gold medals in the 200 and 400 freestyle and a silver in the 1500. Richard is headed to Future Championships in North Carolina with the hopes of qualifying for Olympic Trials.
Brian Hogan won gold in the 400IM and the 1500M freestyle. Brian qualified for Olympic Trials earlier this month, and he is headed to San Antonio to compete at National Championships in August.
Patrick Conaton won the 200IM and the 200 backstroke. Patrick is headed to San Antonio for Nationals as well, and after winning Junior Nationals last summer, he looks to make a significant impact at Nationals next month.
The men also swept the relay events. They won the 4x200M, 4×100 medley, and the 4x100M relay events.
On the women’s side, the team was led by Anina Lund and Maria Oceguera.
Anina Lund won gold in the 200M free and the 800M free. Anina hopes to improve upon her 8th place finish in the 1500M at the 2014 National Championships.
Maria Oceguera placed won the 200M butterfly with a personal best of 2:16.74. Maria is headed to Junior National Championships in San Antonio next week with the hopes of qualifying for Olympic Trials.
The Summer isn’t over yet:
Seven Badgers are headed to Senior Zone Championships: http://www.easternzoneswimming.org/meet_info/2015_Senior_Zones_MeetAnnouncement.pdf
Seven more are headed to Future Championships: http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/ecbeda3f-5346-42ee-858a-eb093f04e761/Legends%20Meet%20Info%20v13.pdf
Five are headed to Junior National Championships: Anina Lund and Maria Oceguera will be joined by Jack Collins, Spencer Lafata and Oliver Patrouch at Juniors – http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=2146&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en
Eleven are headed to National Championships: http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1418&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en
Stay tuned for more results…