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Olympic Trials: Day Five

Scot Robison

June 29, 2012

OMAHA, Neb. -

Former Virginia standout Scot Robison finished seventh in the men's 100-meter freestyle final Friday night (June 29) at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb.

In a final that featured six Olympians from 2008, Robison placed seventh in a time of 48.92. Robison was a 21-time All-American and 17-time ACC Champion for the Cavaliers and represented the U.S. at the 2011 World Championships as a part of the 4x100m relay that earned bronze.

Earlier in the day, Lauren Perdue returned to the pool for preliminaries in the 100-meter freestyle shortly after clinching her Olympic bid in the 200-meter freestyle Thursday night. She clocked a time of 55.97 to place 27th in the event. Perdue is slated to compete Sunday in the 50-meter freestyle preliminaries.

Rising senior Brady Fox led the Cavaliers in the 200-meter backstroke. He recorded a 25th-place finish in a time of 2:02.33.

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2012 Olympic Trials | Omaha, Neb.
Day 5 Results

Men's 100-meter Freestyle
7.    Scot Robison 48.92
Women's 100-meter Freestyle
27.   Lauren Perdue 55.97
77.   Emily Lloyd 57.23
129. Emily Dicus 58.83
Men's 200-meter Backstroke  
25.   Brady Fox 2:02.33
40.   Parker Camp 2:03.59
63.   Luke Papendick 2:04.90
74.   Nathan Vredeveld 2:05.61
100. Kyle Dudzinski 2:08.41
Women's 200-meter Breaststroke  
60.   Christine Olson 2:36.32
Men's 200-meter Individual Medley  
34.   Matt Houser 2:04.73
70.   Taylor Grey 2:06.12
92.   David Ingraham 2:07.57
102. Chris Webb 2:08.40
104. Nick Montes de Oca 2:08.71




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