Phill Hansel Invitational - Nov 16-18 (Coogs win for 3rd year in a row)


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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
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* Houston began the final day of competition by sending six swimmers to the finals of the 200 Backstroke. Laura Laderoutefinished with a time of 1:57.64 and finished second-overall, setting a new a lifetime best. The time marks the second-best time in program history. In the finals. Laderoute bested her previous lifetime best that was set in prelims and finished first in the event at 1:56.40, followed by Koutsouveli in fourth at 1:57.65.
* A pair of NCAA B-Cuts from Zarena Brown and Mykenzie Leehy highlighted the 100 Freestyle. Brown finished first at 49.22, followed by Leehy in second at 49.48. The time marked a lifetime best for Leehy and the third-best time in program history. All nine Cougars advanced to the finals in the event where the duo posted two of the fastest times in program history for first and second-place. Brown finished at 49.06 and Leehy finished at 49.23.
* Peyton Kondis posted a lifetime best 2:11.81 in the 200 Breaststroke for first-place in prelims. The time is the second-best time in program history and an NCAA B-Cut. Three other Cougars also advanced to the finals where, Kondis bested her previous time and finished at 2:11.78 for the second-best time at Houston. Mavrantza rounded out the top-three at 2:11.84.
* With the fourth-best time in Houston history, Katie Higgins post a lifetime best 1:59.47 for first-place in the 200 Butterfly. Six Cougars advanced to finals where Brandt finished second for the Cougars at 2:00.10. Higgins finished fourth at 2:01.09.
* Haley Benjamin led the Cougars in the 1650 Freestyle with a lifetime best and fourth-best time in Houston history at 16:35.16. All Houston competitors finished in the top-22.
* In the final event of the weekend, Houston finished 3:18.30 in the 400 Freestyle Relay for a second-place finish. The time marks a new program-record.
* On the boards, Katie Deininger and Jaylynn Whitt placed second and third in the Platform to advance to finals where the duo each finished in the top-five. Deininger finished first with 246.85 points, Whitt closed out the day in fifth-place with 183.00 points.

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HOUSTON FINISHES
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200 BACKSTROKE
1. Laura Laderoute – 1:56.40
4. Eleanna Koutsouveli - 1:56.86
10. Monique Rae – 2:01.00
11. Kaley Hoffmann- 2:01.26
12. Katie Power – 2:01.61
16. Reese Lamph – 2:11.77
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100 FREESTYLE
1. Zarena Brown – 49.06
2. Mykenzie Leehy – 49.23
11. Samantha Medlin – 50.98
12. Kylie Andrews – 51.05
13. Julie Gibson – 51.21
20. Hannah Middleton – 51.32
21. Rachel Hicks – 51.40
23. Hanna Blewett – 51.94
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200 BREASTSTROKE
1. Peyton Kondis – 2:11.78
3. Angeliki Mavranztza – 2:11.84
17. Gaby Jimenez – 2:16.78
27. Hannah Esopenko – 2:24.56
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200 BUTTERFLY
2. Rebecca Brandt – 2:00.10
4. Katie Higgins – 2:01.09
10. Morgan Rosas – 2:02.04
16. Isabel Tank – 2:02.48
21. Shayla Erickson – 2:06.63
27. Victoria Tillman – 2:05.47
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1650 FREE
3. Haley Benjamin – 16:35.16
11. Reese Lamph - 16:56.91
16: Conor Glenn 17:05.18
22. Shayla Erickson – 17:20.60
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400 FREESTYLE RELAY
1. Leehy, Laderoute, Andrews, Brown – 3:18.30
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PLATFORM
1. Katie Deininger – 246.85
5. Jaylynn Whitt – 183.00


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