Florida Tech Swimmer Savannah Brennan Earns First Team Sunshine State Conference Honors
By Florida Tech // February 28, 2020
Brennan qualified to race at the NCCA Championships March 11 in Ohio
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.”
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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