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Gamecocks Lower Three School Records on Fourth Day of SEC Championships
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Gamecocks Lower Three School Records on Fourth Day of SEC Championships

Auburn, Ala. – South Carolina swimming & diving completed the fourth day of action at the SEC Championships on Thursday with 12 finalists and three new school records.

In the women’s 400 IM, Meaghan Harnish, Laura Goettler, and Delaney Franklin all earned second swims in the finals. Franklin competed in the C-final where she swam a 4:20.08 to place 23rd overall. The freshman’s preliminary time of 4:17.29 was a new personal best. Goettler swam a 4:15.93 in the prelims and came back with a 4:15.70 in the finals to place 13th overall. The top-performing Gamecock in the event was Harnish who placed 10th overall with a 4:13.57.

Raymond Prosinski represented the men’s team in the 400 IM finals, swimming in the B-final. The freshman threw down a new personal best time of 3:45.37 to place 14th overall and jump in the program record books up to fourth in the all-time top-10.

The Gamecock women loaded the finals of the 100 fly with four swimmers in the finals. In the C-final Jordan Agliano and Bella Pantano represented the team with both Gamecocks setting new personal best times. Agliano swam a 52.72 to place 18th and Pantano a 52.90 to place 21st.

In the A-finals of the event, Great Pelzek and Nicholle Toh placed fifth and seventh respectively with Pelzek setting a new school record of 51.77. The previous record of 51.89 belonged to Toh.

The men were represented in the event by Linus Kahl who set a new school record in the prelims of 46.03. The previous record of 46.33, swam by Jonathan Boland, had been in place since 2017. In the B-finals of the event, Kahl swam a 46.09 to place 11th overall.

In the 200 free, freshman Ellery Ottem made the first finals appearance of her career, landing in the C-final. She swam a new personal best time of 1:46.17 to place third in her heat and 19th overall.

Sophomore Amy Riordan also made the finals of the 200 free after lowering her own record in the prelims of the event with a 1:44.13. In the finals she lowered her time to 1:44.08 to break her own record once again. Her time landed her in sixth place overall.

Through the fourth night of finals, the Gamecock men are in ninth place with 212 points while the women are in eighth place with 309 points.

The SEC Championships will continue on Friday with the men’s platform diving, 200 fly, 100 back, 100 breast, and 400 medley relay. Swim prelims will begin at 10:30am ET with diving prelims at 12:30pm 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 1-meter


13 – Zuechner – 265.05


10 – Zuechner – 265.90

27 – Isenhour – 230.05

32 – Blake – 214.30

Women’s 400 IM

10 – Harnish – 4:13.57

13 – Goettler – 4:15.70

23 – Franklin – 4:20.08

Men’s 400 IM

14 – Prosinski – 3:45.37

Women’s 100 Fly

5 – Pelzek – 51.77

7 – Toh – 52.34

18 – Agliano – 52.72

21 – Pantano – 52.90

Men’s 100 Fly

11 – Kahl – 46.09

Women’s 200 Free

6 – Riordan – 1:44.08

19 – Ottem – 1:46.17