Florida Tech Panthers Swim Teams Conclude Season at 2019 NCAA Swimming Championships

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Victor Rocha Furtado recorded a time of 43.64 to qualify for the finals

On March 16, the Panthers concluded the 2019 NCAA Swimming Championships. (Florida Tech image)

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – The Panthers concluded the 2019 NCAA Swimming Championships last weekend.

Prelims: 

In the 100 free, Victor Rocha Furtado recorded a time of 43.64 to qualify for the finals in the event.

In the 200 breaststroke, Savannah Brennan recorded a time of  2:19.95  but was not able to qualify for the finals.

In the 400 free relay, the Panthers were able to qualify for the finals with a time of 2:57.81 finishing sixth place. The relay was swam by Emanuele Rossi, Harry Sale, Filip Dujmic and Rocha Furtado.

Finals:

In the 100 free, Rocha Furtado set a new school record (43.07) passing his seed time by half a second. The Brazilian native was able to finish second in the event behind Marius Kusch of Queens (41.73).

In the 400 free relay, the Panthers were able to finish fourth place in the event. Florida Tech recorded a time of 2:57.16 passing their seed time (2:57.81).

The Panthers have now concluded their 2018-2019 season. Congratulations to all the seniors and thank you for all of your hard work throughout every year.

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