“I think the most important thing this weekend was to just put finishing touches on both squads, and we saw some really cool things,” said Arthur Albiero, UofL head coach. “I think this speaks volumes for the level of preparation that we’ve done the people that were really focusing on this meet put up incredible performances, lifetime bests all-around. I think this is a great confidence boost for the rest of the team, the people that are not swimming through to get ready for ACCs to know that ‘this is my teammate right here and we train together’ and I think we’re on the right track. We’re excited, we’re going to do what we do best going into ACCs. We’re going to go and we’re going to fight, battle and going to compete hard until it’s over and enjoy every minute of it.” Uof L First Chance Results The University of Louisville men’s and women’s swimming and diving team finished the second day of finals at the Louisville Invitational with NCAA B-cuts and meet records. In the men’s 200 free, Kyle Worrell won with a time of 1:37.29. Santiago Aguilera was second in 1:38.77 and Derek Sander was third in 1:39.64. Tanner Cummings got an NCAA B-cut with a time of 19.93 in the 50 free. In the first event, Chase Sellers cut nearly four seconds from his prelim time in the 400 IM with a time of 3:54.32 in the finals. In the 100 butterfly, Kelly Tichenor put up a 54.50 for the win. Story Links Photo Gallery Jack Wever just outtouched Chase Sellers in the 100 backstroke, going 48.51 to Sellers’ 48.52. In the women’s 200 free, Annette Schultz put up the winning time of 1:47.63, Katie Schorr was second in 1:50.44 and Emily Moser was third in 1:55.65. In the 50 freestyle, Annette Schultz went 23.35 to set the meet record followed by Katie Schorr who was second and also under the record in 23.43. Gracie Long was third in 23.55. The women’s team leaves for the ACC Championships which begin on Wednesday in Greensboro, N.C. Print Friendly Version Sofie Underdahl put up a time of 1:56.72 in the 200 backstroke for an NCAA B-Cut. Michael Hampel won the 200 breaststroke in 1:59.23 Mihalis Deliyiannis turned in the winning time of 19.62 in the finals of the 50 free. Tanner Cummings touched second in 20.05 (also under the meet record), Kyle Worrell was third in 20.61, Santiago Aguilera was 4th in 20.74 and Derek Sander was fifth in 21.18.