Men’s swimming: Badgers send swimmers to compete at NCAA Championships

This past Saturday, the University of Wisconsin guys’ swimming group sent a pair of Badgers to compete in Austin, Texas, for a countrywide name. Cameron Tysoe and MJ Mao were those up at the block representing the “Grateful Red” on the NCAA championships. Junior swimmer, Cameron Tysoe, earned himself an important point-out All-American honor and took the tenth location inside the 2 hundred-backyard backstrokes at this yr’s finals. Tysoe began the day with a non-public record within the same 200-yard backstroke occasion he’d later qualify for, clocking a time of one:39. Eighty seconds in the morning prelims which earned him a niche in the finals. His blistering time was exact for the second great in UW history. Three weeks previous, Tysoe swam his way to nationals using posting a quickly-to-be-broken non-public first-class time as nicely.


Tysoe swam a time of one:39.97 inside the comfort very last, right for 10th vicinity in the u. S . A. Sophomore MJ Mao finished thirty-first usual in his NCAA championships debut Saturday. Mao swam a 1:55.09 time inside the two-hundred-yard breaststroke. He presently owns the second quickest time within the two hundred-backyard breaststrokes in school records — seconds faster than the time he posted at the championships. The Badgers as a team finished tied for 36th within the country with seven total points.

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