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Rising sophomore Kelsey Floyd

Rising sophomore Kelsey Floyd

Aug. 6, 2010


By Todd Mounce, Media Relations Graduate Assistant

IRVINE, Calif. - University of Tennessee rising sophomore Kelsey Floyd made it to the 200m butterfly B final on day four of the ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships held at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center.

Floyd finished 13th in the 200m butterfly by touching in at 2:12.84. She earned a spot in the B final by finishing 15th in the prelims with a time of 2:13.24.

Rising seniors Tricia Weaner and Morgan Farrell both competed in the 200m backstroke on Friday. Weaner swam a time of 2:17.93 to place 40th, while Farrell touched in at 2:20.03 to finish 69th.

Aleksa Akerfelds, another rising senior, finished 57th in the 800m free with a time of 8:59.37.

On Saturday, former Lady Vol standout Christine Magnuson and signee Alex Frasier will compete in the 100m freestyle. Additionally, Alex Barsanti, Tori Richmond and Breanna Folk will take part in the 200m backstroke on the final day of meet.

 

 

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