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Huskers Swim to Three Titles on Friday

Nebraska swimming and diving collected three titles during the first day of the Rutgers dual on Friday night.

Shannon Stott earned her 10th individual title of the season with a 500 freestyle win in 4:45.26. Gena Jorgenson joined Stott in the top-three, clocking a 4:51.71 to finish third.

In the 200 IM, Berkeley Livingston swam to victory in 2:03.05, while Sydney McCracken finished third in 2:04.79.

Maia Hall claimed her fifth 200 breaststroke win of the season with a 2:14.79.

In the 200 butterfly, Stott finished as runner-up with a 2:00.02. Lexi Kucera clocked a 2:02.33 to take third.

In the relays, Nebraska notched a pair of second-place finishes. Kucera teamed with Gabby Donahue, Caitlin Cairns and JoJo Randby in the 200 medley relay to finish in 1:42.23. In the 200 freestyle relay, Emily Haimes and Giulia Marchi joined Cairns and Kucera to clock a 1:33.76.

Haimes also earned a third-place finish in the 100 freestyle with a 51.41.

Kelsey Clairmont led NU on the boards, placing third on the one-meter with a 256.65.

The Scarlet Knights lead the Huskers, 101-66, after Friday’s portion of the dual. Nebraska will return to action tomorrow at 9 a.m. (CT).

Nebraska vs. Rutgers

Jan. 27 & 28, 2023

Piscataway, N.J.

Saturday’s Order of Events

Three-Meter Dive

Platform Dive (non-scoring)

400 Med Relay

10 Minute Break 

1650 Free

50 Free

10 Minute Break

100 Back

100 Breast

100 Fly 

200 Free

400 IM

10 Minute Break 

400 Free Relay

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