Texas' Joseph Schooling reacts after winning the 200-yard butterfly at the NCAA swimming and diving championships Saturday, March 26, 2016, in Atlanta. Schooling won the race and Texas won the team title. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

BEVO BEAT Swimming & Diving

Texas swimming teams take split at Arizona State

Posted January 26th, 2018

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The Texas swimming teams took a split at Arizona State on Friday in Tempe, Ariz. The fourth-ranked women’s team defeated Arizona State 177-122. The No. 2 men weren’t so lucky, falling to the No. 10 Sun Devils 168-132.

The women won 13 of 16 events to dominate the competition.

UT’s Claire Adams, Olivia Anderson, Remedy Rule and Rebecca Millard teamed up to win the 200-yard medley relay in 1 minute, 40.30 seconds.

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Millard earned an individual win with a 1:47.70 in the 200 freestyle. Adams took first in the 100 backstroke with a 53.22 and had another individual win in the 100 freestyle with a 49.58. Rule took the 100 butterfly in 54.32.

Joanna Evans won the 1,000-yard freestyle in 9:53.29.

Lauren Case won the 200 butterfly in 1:59.42.

Quinn Carrozza took first in the 200 backstroke as she clocked a 1:56.26.

Evie Pfeifer won two individual events, the 500 freestyle in 4:51.21 and the 200 individual medley in 1:59.93.

In diving, Alison Gibson won the 3-meter event with 353.85 points.

In men’s action, UT won seven individual events. Joseph Schooling and Jordan Windle each won two events on the day.

Schooling took the 200 butterfly in 1:44.48 before winning the 100 butterfly in 47.37.

Brett Ringgold won the 50 freestyle to lead a 1-2 finish in 20.11. Tate Jackson took second in 20.36.

Another 1-2 finish came in the 500 freestyle. Townley Haas won in 4:25.42 while Sam Pomajevich took second in 4:27.19.

Windle dominated the diving competition, winning both the three-meter and one-meter events. He scored 424.80 points to win the three-meter competition. Windle took the one-meter event with 373.65 points.

Ryan Harty rounded out the individual victories for Texas. He won the 200 IM in 1:47.66 in comeback fashion.

The Texas swimming team next takes on Arizona on the road Saturday.

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