Florida Tech’s Savannah Brennan Becomes First Woman in Program History to Score Points in NCAA Event

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Brenna recorded a time of 4:23.08 in the 400

Florida Tech Swimming competed on day two of the 2021 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Thursday afternoon at the Birmingham CrossPlex. (Florida Tech image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Tech Swimming competed on day two of the 2021 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Thursday afternoon at the Birmingham CrossPlex.

Savannah Brennan became the first woman in program history to score points in an NCAA event. Brennan did so in the 400 IM, where she recorded a time of 4:23.08.

Brennan will be back tomorrow, where she will compete in the 500 free on day three of the competition.

Daniel Aizenberg will join Brennan tomorrow, and he will be competing in the 100 back.

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