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Swimming and Diving

Hall Shatters 41-Year-Old Pool Record

Nebraska swimming and diving leads Rutgers 113-54 after the first day of the dual. Junior Maia Hall set a pool record with her time of 2:10.93 in the 200 breaststroke, besting the record set by Jeanne Childs in 1983 (2:13.35).

A team of Sarah Barton, JoJo Randby, Beatrix Tanko and Emily Haimes started the day off with a win in the 200 medley relay (1:41.52). Gabby Donahue, Anna Vlachou, Lexi Kucera and Hall took second (1:41.66).

Gena Jorgenson captured two individual wins for the Huskers. She touched the wall in 4:45.16 to win the 500 freestyle, while Caterina Bisiacchi finished second (4:50.66). Jorgenson also took first in the 200 backstroke (1:58.17). Barton finished closely behind with a time of 1:58.39. Barton added another runner-up finish for the Huskers in the 200 IM (2:01.72) and Hall took third (2:02.47).

NU captured the top-three finishes in the 100 freestyle. Giulia Marchi finished first (50.67), Haimes placed second (51.01) and Vlachou took third (51.19).

Anastasia Tichy set a career-best with a 200 butterfly victory. The freshman from Salzburg, Austria logged a time of 1:58.20 to top her previous career best of 1:58.87. Kucera added a third place finish in the 200 butterfly (2:00.75) and Bisiacchi finished fourth (2:00.91).

The Huskers ended the day with another relay win. Tanko, Randby, Vlachou and Haimes topped the 200 freestyle relay with a time of 1:32.75. Marchi, Kucera, Donahue and Caitlin Cairns finished second (1:34.51).

In the three-meter diving competition, Kelsey Clairmont logged a second-place finish, with a score of 311.48. Antonina Harned finished closely behind to secure the third-place finish (304.95). 

The Huskers return to action tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. (CT) for day two against the Scarlet Knights. Senior Day festivities will precede the first event.  

Live results will be available on Meet Mobile and huskers.com, with live video provided on the Huskers YouTube page.

Nebraska vs. Rutgers
Feb. 3, 2024
Lincoln, Neb. (Devaney Natatorium)
10 a.m. CT

Order of Events
1M Diving
400 Medley Relay
5 Minute -BREAK
1650 Freestyle
50 Freestyle
10 Minute -BREAK
100 Backstroke
100 Breaststroke
100 Butterfly
200 Freestyle
400 Individual Medley
10 Minute -BREAK
400 Freestyle Relay