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UVa Swimmers Conclude Action at Phillips 66 National Championships

Leah Smith
Aug. 11, 2014

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IRVINE, Calif.--Virginia swimmers completed action at the Phillips 66 National Championships Sunday (Aug. 10) at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Complex in Irvine, Calif.

Rising sophomore Leah Smith (Pittsburgh, Pa.) finished in the top-six in all four events she competed in, including third-place finishes in the 200m and 400m free. She also placed fifth in the 1,500m free and sixth in the 800m free. With her third-place finish in the 200m free, she qualified for the United States team that will compete at the Pan Pacific Championships in Gold Coast, Australia, Aug. 21-25. Smith will be part of the 4x200m free relay.

Class of 2011 graduate Matt McLean continued to swim well after winning the national title in the 200m free on Thursday, taking second place in both the 400m free and the 800m free. With his efforts, McLean will swim the 200m free, 400m free and 4x200m free relay at the Pan Pacific Championships.

Rising junior Courtney Bartholomew (Holland, Mich.) qualified for two A finals, placing in a tie for sixth in the 50m back and eighth in the 200m back. She also swam in the B final of the 100m back, finishing 16th overall.

Rising senior Ellen Williamson (Ft. Mitchell, Ky.) made it back in the 200m back, placing sixth in the B final for a 14th-place mark overall, while rising sophomore Kaitlyn Jones (Newark, Del.) qualified for the B final in the 200m IM and placed 11th overall.

Rising junior Luke Papendick (Kinnelon, N.J.) swam in the B final of the 50m and 100m back events and finished 15th and 13th, respectively.

Incoming freshman Anthony Marcantonio (Centerville, Mass.) placed 25th overall in the 200m IM and qualified for the 18-and-under C final, in which he finished fifth.

Virginia's Results at the Phillips 66 National Championships
Leah Smith ('17) Matt McLean ('11)
200m Free 3rd 1:57.57 100m Free 17th 49.49
Prelims 1:58.35 200m Free 1st 1:46.93
400m Free 3rd 4:06.28 Prelims 1:46.90
Prelims 4:06.90 400m Free 2nd 3:47.30
800m Free 6th 8:30.96 Prelims 3:49.32
1,500m Free 5th 16:27.37 800m Free 2nd 7:55.78
Courtney Bartholomew ('16) Luke Papendick ('16)
50m Back T-6th 29.00 50m Back 15th 26.36
Prelims 29.17 Prelims 26.10
100m Back 16th 1:02.43 100m Back 13th 55.40
Prelims 1:01.96 Prelims 55.27
200m Back 8th 2:13.49 200m Back 30th 2:03.20
Prelims 2:10.63 Austin Quinn ('17)
200m IM 39th 2:18.85 100m Back 34th 56.68
Ellen Williamson ('15) 200m Back 24th 2:02.50
50m Back 31st 29.76 Anthony Marcantonio ('18)
100m Back 19th 1:02.20 200m Back 64th 2:06.51
200m Back 14th 2:15.23 100m Breast 57th 1:04.23
Prelims 2:13.51 200m IM 5th in C final* 2:02.81
50m Fly 23rd 27.48 25th overall 2:03.31
100m Fly T-24th 1:00.53 400m IM 47th 4:29.15
200m IM 20th 2:16.86 * swam in 18 & under C Final
Kaitlyn Jones ('17)
100m Back 34th 1:03.24
200m Back 21st 2:14.28
100m Fly 18th 1:00.27
200m IM 11th 2:14.71
Prelims 2:14.57
Shaun Casey ('15)
200m Free 36th 2:02.82
200m Fly 45th 2:15.45
200m IM 46th 2:19.76
400m IM 31st 4:52.48
Alison Haulsee ('15)
400m Free 63rd 4:23.38
800m Free 56th 8:59.30
200m Fly T-51st 2:15.91
Haley Durmer ('16)
800m Free 54th 8:57.70
200m IM 53rd 2:20.70
400m IM 43rd 4:57.66
Natalie Martin ('16)
50m Breast 49th 33.34
100m Breast 64th 1:13.19
200m Breast 42nd 2:35.14




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