Durocher and Feyerick Break Records on Night 2 of Junior Nationals

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Luke Durocher and Brett Feyerick both broke records in the Men’s 100 Meter Backstroke on night 2 of the 2017 NCSA Summer Junior Nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Durocher went 57.67 and broke the 15-16 NCAP Team Record.  Feyerick’s time of 58.60 was good enough for the 13-14 PVS Resident and NCAP Team Records.

Spencer Rowe had the top finish of the night with his 3rd place swim in the Men’s 100 Breast.  Georgia Johnnson was 5th in the Women’s 100 Breast.  Sean Conway took 8th in the Men’s 400 IM.  Conway teamed up with Philip Manoff, AJ Ross, and Peter Makin to place 3rd in the Men’s 800 Free Relay.

The meet continues through Saturday. Click here for more information, including full results.

NCAP Top 32 Finishes

Event 12 Women’s 200 Free

19 Claire Nguyen 2:05.03

22 Katelyn Mack 2:05.73

25 Madeline Laporte 2:05.35

 

Event 13 Men’s 400 IM

8 Sean Conway 4:31.45

9 Kyle Barker 4:28.07

16 Steven Thalblum 4:33.85

17 Darren Durocher 4:30.61

 

Event 14 Women’s 100 Breast

5 Georgia Johnson 1:12.46

8 Olivia Masterson 1:13.73

 

Event 15 Men’s 100 Breast

3 Spencer Rowe 1:03.65

26 Kyle Barker 1:05.77

 

Event 16 Women’s 200 Fly

9 Jillian Johnson 2:15.67

12 Madeline Laporte 2:16.73

13 Abigail Harter 2:17.76

15 Mackenzie McConagha 2:17.78

18 Brooke Matthais 2:17.36

24 Gabrielle Zhang 2:19.52

26 Allison Kopac 2:18.45

 

Event 17 Men’s 100 Back

11 Darren Durocher 57.67

15 Peter Makin 58.31

19 Brett Feyerick 58.60

22 Sean Conway 59.12

30 Ryan Catron 59.62

 

Event 18 Men’s 800 Free Relay

3 NCAP A: Philip Manoff, Allen Ross, Peter Makin, Sean Conway 7:37.03

12 NCAP B: Hugh Robey, Leo Goldblatt, Steven Thalblum, Nathaniel Romanowski 7:49.27

 

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