CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – State one of the best times and one school record on the last day of competition for Ducks of Dice by Janis Hape Dowd Nike Invitational Sunday at Koury Natatorium North Carolina.
"For those who swim the whole that meets this weekend, we had some wonderful performances – some days of life and drops," said one coach Dan Colella. "People are very motivated about how they did. As we always say, you will put it into work, it will be present at the end of the season."
Open the Devils Blue the evening session with a pair of finishes first place a thousand. Sophomore Zach Washart turned into the best mark of life 15: 30.29, good for the seventh fastest in the history of the program, and the author Shae Nicolaisson yard 17: 10.79 on the ladies side.
Junior Kira Page a 100-yard style ladies style win (51.69) and a new man John Day the fifth after recording the best time of 47.05 during pre-lifting. Another of the Devil Blue, Henry Wu, the best season in the predecessor fell to win 200 breaststroke of men at 2:00 p.m. Freshman Colson Zucker the best time of 2: 03.02 was available in the 200 breast preliminaries before the best time to enter the 100 free trial on Sunday evening (46.06).
Duchy in the evening with a double finish at Sophomore Carly Perri and freshman Rachel Peroni i 200 women's butterfly. Perry made 1: 58.29 in the top five on the full-time performance list of the program and the Peroni 2: 01.04 mark was good for a best season.
Duke's record went down for a second consecutive day as a senior Maddie Hess It is best to record a program in 200 women's dreams during the morning forecast. The Brandon, Fla., Nation has put the clock at 1: 53.86 for a while in the case. Junior Kylie Jordan The biggest butterfly in the 200 butterfly was the biggest mark, 1: 57.33 going for the third fastest program in the history of the school.
"We saw some school records being broken," Colella said. "Yesterday [100 butterfly] Kylie's school record – there was a special special swimming … We are really, very motivated about the upcoming and NCAA championship. It is one of those seasons where people have made great jobs. It has been a consistent day out and forth. Now we are beginning to see all the work. It's exciting to watch it. "
The next season of the Blue Devils season, with women's programmates and women's swimmers, is headed on Greensboro, N.C., for the ACC Championship on February 20.
Top Duke Finishers at Event:
1,650 Ladies' yard Server Style: Shae Nicolaisín (1st) ¸17: 10.79
Female 1,650-Yard Server Style: Zach Washart (1st), 15:30:30
100-Yard Ladies Server Style: Kira Page (1st), 51.69
Style of Men's 100-Yard Server: John Day (5th), 47.25
Breaststroke 200-Yard Men's: Henry Wu (1st), 2: 00.84
200-Ladies Yard Butterfly: Carly Perri (1st), 1: 58.29