Hajnal took part at the second day of the championships for Tech in the 400 IM and clocked in a new team record for the H2Okies in the event, touching in with a time of 4:11.74. The freshman shattered the time she previously set this season by nearly two seconds.
In the 100 fly, senior Megan Newell posted the 27th best time in preliminary action at the meet. The senior from
In relay action, the H2Okies squad of senior Sara Smith, McHorney and Newell, along with Drechsel took to the pool in the 200-medley relay. The team posted a time of 1:39.85 for a 19th place showing in the preliminary round.
At the final day of the events, the H2Okies will compete in the 100 free, 200 fly, and the 1650 free events in individual action, while the relay team will race in the 400 free relay event. Follow all the live action at http://www.aggieathletics.com/ncaa2009/swimming/women.
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