Florida Tech Swimmer Savannah Brennan Earns First Team Sunshine State Conference Honors

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Brennan qualified to race at the NCCA Championships March 11 in Ohio

The Sunshine State Conference announced the 2019-20 All-SSC Women’s Swimming Teams on Thursday afternoon. Savannah Brennan earned All-SSC First Team honors. Voting for the team was conducted among the Sunshine State Conference women’s swimming coaches. (FIT Image)

MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Sunshine State Conference announced the 2019-20 All-SSC Women’s Swimming Teams and Savannah Brennan earned All-SSC First Team honors. 

Voting for the team was conducted among the Sunshine State Conference women’s swimming coaches.

For Brennan, this is the second time in her career earning All-SSC honors. She was named 2018-19 All-SSC Second Team last season.

“I’m very proud of Savannah,” said head coach David Dent.

“She has worked extremely hard both in and out of the pool. She has been a key swimmer for the success of our program and continues to challenge herself every day, which is why she has been successful academically and athletically.”

“I’m very proud of Savannah,” said head coach David Dent. “She has worked extremely hard both in and out of the pool. She has been a key swimmer for the success of our program and continues to challenge herself every day, which is why she has been successful academically and athletically.” (Florida Tech image)

The junior had a great performance at the 2020 SSC swimming championships. Brennan finished third in the 1000-yard freestyle recording a B-time of 10:10.85 and doing so she recorded a new school record and earned a chance to stand on the podium.

The Oviedo native also competed in the 400-yard IM and earned fifth place with a time of 4:25.81. Brennan also competed in the 500-yard freestyle (5:01.39) and the 1650-yard freestyle ( 17:01.19)

Following Brennan’s incredible performance, she has qualified to race at the NCCA Championships on March 11-14 in Geneva, Ohio. Brennan qualified in the 1000-yard freestyle and the 400 IM. She is also competing in the 500-yard and 1650-yard freestyle race.

On the men’s side, Dain Rust also qualified for NCAA Championships in the 100-yard breaststroke. The senior registered a B-time of 54:16 in the SSC Championships earning second place.

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