The Sport Effect

No. 1 Men’s Swimming wraps up Jingle Bell Splash with three victories

AUSTIN, Texas – No. 1 Texas Men’s Swimming secured wins in all 3 last races the Longhorns competed in on Sunday at the Jungle Bell Splash at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Middle

In the 200 fly, junior Ethan More durable clocked a 1:43.90 to pick up the get, even though sophomore Ben Charles touched the wall at 1:forty nine.fifty to finish next.

The a hundred breaststroke noticed freshman Adam Fusti-Molnar grab the victory with a time of 54.11 and senior Andrew Couchon place second at 54.26.

Texas shut out the evening by sweeping the 200 no cost, with sophomore Ethan Heasley clocking the speediest time at 1:36.24, adopted by More durable at 1:39.03 and redshirt senior Colter Carman and 1:39.07.


  • In the prelims, Texas claimed the prime-3 times in the 200 fly, with More durable clocking the speediest mark in the early morning session at 1:44.16, adopted by junior Cole Crane at 1:47.sixty three and Charles at 1:fifty.22.
  • The Longhorns claimed the two speediest prelims times in the a hundred-lawn breaststroke as Fusti-Molnar led the way with a 54.44 adopted by Couchon at 54.56.
  • UT registered 4 of the prime 7 times in the 200 no cost prelims, with Heasley clocking the speediest time at 1:36.38, More durable (1:forty.05) and Carman (1:41.57) registering the third and fourth-greatest times, and sophomore Victor Tremblay (1:44.twelve) submitting the seventh-speediest time.
  • Texas experienced two swimmers contend in the 200 IM prelims, with senior Halvor Borgstroem submitting the speediest time at 1:48.81, even though Carman registered the next-speediest mark at 1:forty nine.92.

The Longhorns will return to motion on January fourteen when they journey to Columbus, Ohio to deal with off in opposition to Ohio Condition.