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Gamecock Women Set New Program Record in 200 Medley Relay
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Gamecock Women Set New Program Record in 200 Medley Relay

Auburn, Ala. – South Carolina swimming & diving completed the second day of action at the SEC Championships on Tuesday with the women’s 3-meter, men’s team diving event, 200 medley relay, and the 800 free relay.

In the prelims of the women’s 3-meter event, freshman Aislinn Zuechner led the team, finishing in 17th place with a 261.55 to put points on the board for the Gamecocks.

In the men’s team diving event, Charley Bayer, Max Spencer, and Tyler Hoard combined for a score of 267.90 to put them in eighth place.

The women’s 200 medley relay was the highlight of the night for South Carolina with Bella Pantano, Annaliese Streeter, Nicholle Toh, and Dylan Scholes combining for a new school record of 1:37.35. The record was .07 faster than the previous record that was set by Pantano, Taylor Steele, Toh, and Janie Smith at the 2022 SEC Championships. Their time put them in eighth place overall.

The Gamecock men also placed eighth in the 200 medley relay with Michael Laitarovsky, Daniel West, Ahmed Rateb, and Mark Shperkin swimming a 1:24.62, the third fastest time in program history.

In the women’s 800 free relay, Jordan Agliano, Amy Riordan, Ellery Ottem, and Meaghan Harnish swam a 7:03.05 for seventh place. The group’s time makes them the second fastest group in program history.

For the men in the 800 free relay, Raymond Prosinski, Wylie Kruse, Linus Kahl, and Kyle Korvick combined for 6:24.19 to place eighth. Their time makes them the ninth fastest group in program history. Prosinski’s 200 free leadoff split of 1:35.01 was a new personal best for the freshman and makes him the sixth fastest 200 free swimmer in program history.

Through the second night of finals, the Gamecock women are in ninth place with 99 points while the men are in tenth place with 93 points.

The SEC Championships will continue on Wednesday with the men’s 3-meter, the 200 free relay, the 500 free, the 200 IM, and the 50 free. Swim prelims will begin at 10:30am ET with diving prelims at 1:00pm ET. Finals will start at 6:30 p.m. ET. Live results and streaming link can be found here.

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Women’s 3-meter

17 – Aislinn Zuechner – 261.55

27 – Blair Isenhour – 224.30

34 – Mak Blake – 180.85

Men’s Team Diving

8 – Bayer, Spencer, Hoard – 267.90

Women’s 200 Medley Relay

8 – Pantano, Streeter, Toh, Scholes – 1:37.35

Men’s 200 Medley Relay

8 – Laitarovsky, West, Rateb, Shperkin – 1:24.62

Women’s 800 Free Relay

7 – Agliano, Riordan, Ottem, Harnish – 7:03.05

Men’s 800 Free Relay

8 – Prosinski, Kruse, Kahl, Korvick – 6:24.19