RCW: Inside Swimming & Diving 3.20

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 Swimming & Diving By the Numbers  Number BY THE NUMBERS
Eight pool records were broken by the Kansas swimming team at the Mabee Center in Liberty, Missouri on Thursday, January 19. In a dual meet against William Jewell, the Jayhawks cruised to a 124-74 victory, rewriting the pool’s record books in the process.

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  • Sammie Schurig broke two Mabee Center pool records, including one set in 1981 with her 2:04.55 400-meter freestyle. She also set the 200-meter freestyle record with a time of 2:04.55.
  • Elizabeth Amato-Hanner, Haley Downey, Yulduz Kuchkarova and Haley Bishop combined for a Mabee Center-record-breaking 1:58.26 swim in the 200-meter medley relay.
  • Jenny Nusbaum set a pool record with her 9:03.15 800-meter freestyle, breaking former Kansas swimmer Lindsay Manning’s time from 2015.
  • Libby Walker raced to a 4:55.97 400-meter individual medley to break the pool’s record set in 2014, shaving nearly five seconds off the previous-best time.
  • Kuchkarova added her name to the record books again with an individual record in the 100-meter freestyle, swimming 57.16.
  • Amato-Hanner cruised to a 1:04.36 100-meter backstroke, beating teammate Hannah Angell’s record-breaking time set in 2015.
  • Bishop, Carly Straight, Leah Pfitzer and Kuchkarova teamed up to take down the team’s eighth pool record Thursday night, recording a 1:46.14 in the 200-meter freestyle relay.

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