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Peyton Palsha, Vanessa Herrmann Set Pool Records as Arkansas Stops Kansas
Palsha 9:44.86 1,000 free...
Herrrman 1:00.58 100 breaststroke...
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Jan. 24, 2021 — Highlighted by pool record from Peyton Palsha and Vanessa Herrmann, Arkansas scored a 226-74 victory over Kansas Saturday.

 
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US Olympic Trials: Cundiff Takes Win For William & Mary; Jack Armstrong Out-Touches Field in 50 Freestyle
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
June 8, 2021 — 21-year-old Missy Cundiff of William and Mary raced to the win on Monday night at the 2021 US Olympic Trials in Omaha in the 50 freestyle

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US Olympic Trials Wave I: Bathurst, Cundiff, Weyant Take Top Seeds
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
June 7, 2021 — US Olympic Trials Wave I: Ella Bathurst, Missy Cundiff, Gracie Weyant Take Top Seeds on the final morning from Omaha, Nebraska

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Autumn Haebig on 100 Back Win: "I wasn't expecting to really do that well"
SWIMSWAM
June 5, 2021 — After not swimming a best time in the LCM 100 back in several years, Nebraska’s Autumn Haebig swam 2 today on Day 1 of Wave I Trials
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US Olympic Trials: Autumn Haebig Swims Big 1:01.2 100 Back, Jacob Steele Beats Men’s Field
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
June 5, 2021 — Nebraska Cornhusker Autumn Haebig represented the Big Red in Omaha well with a 1:01.23 in the 100 back final on Friday night at Wave I

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Olympic Trials Wave I Day One Prelims: Haebig Swims 1:01.5 100 Back; Spink, Massey Take Top Seeds
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
June 4, 2021 — The first morning of the 2021 Olympic Trials Wave I in Omaha kicked off Friday morning in Nebraska at the CHI Health Center

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Hopkin, Palsha Invited to NCAA Championship
ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS
March 6, 2019 — Anna Hopkin and Peyton Palsha were announced as qualifiers for the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, with Sydney Angell, Kobie Melton, Molly Moore, and Marlena Pigliacampi rounding out the six swimmers who will represent the Razorbacks.
 
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