2022 ROSEVILLE SECTIONALS

  • July 21-24, 2022
  • Roseville Aquatic Complex
  • LCM (50 meters)
  • Results “2022 Summer CA-NV Sectional CCA”

The Roseville Sectionals night 3 spotlight was Lillian Struempf who won the women’s 400 freestyle in 4:24.78. It was a huge best time as her previous record was a time of 4:30.27 which she swam at this meet a year ago. Struempf also had a strong run in the women’s 100 butterfly clocking 1:01.87 for second place. It was a huge improvement from her previous record of 1:03.61 which she swam just a week ago. She finished second just 0.04 seconds behind the 17-year-old Charlotte Sevin who swam a 1:01.83. Sevin’s previous best time was 1:02.99.

Along with her individual success on Night 3, Stuempf also helped Orinda Aquatics win the women’s 800m freestyle relay. The team of madison blackwell, Adrian Smith, Emily Black, and Struempf swam to a final time of 8:33.71. Struempf had the fastest split time with a time of 2:06.25.

Also had two wins on the night was Austin Sparrow of ALTO. Sparrow won the men’s 400 freestyle in 4:04.21, which was faster than his previous record of 4:05.72. Sparrow also helped win the men’s 800 freestyle relay for Alto Swim Club. The relay of Francois GoyaSparrow, Salvador Goyaand Andy Cui swam a final time of 7:49.14.

In the bath closest to the night, 17 years old Lindsay Barnes of DACA swam in 2:18.13 in the women’s 200m backstroke, finishing just 0.01 seconds ahead of OAPC’s 16-year-old Adriana Smith, who swam in 2:18.14.

Winning the men’s 200m backstroke was Robert Griswold of DACA who swam in 2:04.90. That was just short of his record of 2:04.53 he swam at this meet a year ago.

Michel Adrien Dulay of TERA won the men’s 100 breaststroke in 1:03.96, bettering his best time of 1:04.31 that he swam in July 2021.

Isabelle Fraire won the women’s 100 breaststroke in 1:11.52. It was a huge best time as his previous record was 1:12.98. Fraire just completed his senior year at San Jose State.

At the 100 male butterfly, Sean Christianson came away with the win swimming a 55.24. It was a huge best time for Arizona’s commitment (2023) as their previous best was 57.97 when they met a year ago.