MINNEAPOLIS – No. 1 Texas swimming junior Caspar Corbeau set the one hundred-garden breaststroke NCAA-foremost time two times on day three of the Minnesota Invitational at the Jean K Freeman Aquatics Middle.
Corbeau swam the fastest time in the prelims, advancing to Friday night’s last with a time of fifty one.07. He enhanced his NCAA-foremost time to fifty.seventy nine, which provides him an NCAA-A qualifying time.
Cameron Auchinachie continued his successful weekend in Minnesota successful the one hundred-garden backstroke with his time of forty five.01 seconds.
The Longhorns remained unbeaten in the relays soon after the successful team of Daniel Krueger, Auchinachie, Drew Kibler and Corbeau defeated No. three Cal by a 2nd in the two hundred totally free relay at 1:15.49.
• Alvin Jiang posted the best time for the Longhorns in the one hundred fly A-last with a time of forty five.56. Zach Van Zandt concluded in fourth with his time of forty five.60, while Anthony Grimm concluded sixth with a time of forty six.fifty four.
• Carson Foster continued a dominant period in the four hundred IM, successful the party with his time of three:37.35. Jake Foster concluded shut guiding in 2nd with a time of three:40.56.
• Coby Carrozza concluded 3rd in the two hundred freestyle with a time of 1:33.06. Luke Hobson put fourth at 1:33.eighteen, adopted by Peter Larson in fifth at 1:33.42.
The Minnesota Invitational will shut out its last day of levels of competition on Saturday, Dec. four with the prelims at ten a.m. CT and finals at six p.m. CT.