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Swimming & Diving: Brooks Finishes Competition at Nationals; Sets School Record

Saturday, March 22, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Westminster College junior swimmer Steven Brooks (Boardman, Ohio/Boardman) finished competition at the 2014 NCAA Division III Men's Swimming and Diving Championships. The championships are being held at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis.

Brooks just missed from being an All-American Honorable Mention honoree in the 100 backstroke as he placed 17th with his second-best time of his career of 50.11. Brooks also set a school-record time of 1:49.39 in the 200 backstroke as he placed 21st and finished 43rd in the 50 freestyle (21.14).      

Brooks, who was tabbed the 2014 Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Swimmer of the Year, qualified for the 100 backstroke (seeded 14th) and elected to compete in the 50 freestyle (seeded 45th) and in the 200 backstroke (seeded 22nd).

The Indiana Sports Corp and Franklin College are serving as the hosts. A total of 527 participants (479 swimmers and 48 divers) are competing in the championships.

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