TCU swimming sets or matches four school records; Connoly top performer for diving

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    The TCU swimming team set or tied four school records over the weekend at the three-day Texas A&M Art Adamson Invitational.

    The men’s 200-yard medley relay team won first place in College Station Saturday. Cooper Robinson, Ford Story, Adam Szilagyi and Josh Mangus combined for a time of 1:28.17, tying the best time in the event in school history. Robinson also set the men’s school record in the 200-yard backstroke Sunday with a 1:42.50.

    Sophomore Lyndsie Gibson, a transfer from Arkansas, set school records in the women’s 100-yard and 200-yard backstroke. She recorded a 54.92 in the 100 and a 1:58.76 in the 200.

    Meanwhile, the Horned Frog diving team competed at the three-day UT Diving Invitational. Kristen Connoly had the top three finishes for the women over the weekend, scoring 242.20 on the three-meter board Friday, a 229.05 in the one-meter board Saturday, and a 181.90 in the platform competition Sunday.

    Ricky Bradley finished first among the men in the one-meter (248.35) and three-meter boards (284.45). Curtis Muller finished with the highest score in the platform for the men with a 237.10.