Boutwell, Thompson And Rose Compete At National Championships
Aug. 12, 2002
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. - Current Stanford swimmer Lacey Boutwell, as well as former Cardinal standouts Jenny Thompson and Gabrielle Rose highlighted the Stanford affiliates competing on the first day of the 2002 Phillips 66 National Championships on Monday.
Thompson, a 10-time Olympic medallist and 19-time NCAA champion that finished her collegiate eligibility in 1995, finished second in the 100 meter fly with a time of 58.83 (58.48). California's Natalie Coughlin won the event in 58.49. Rose, who completed her collegiate eligibility in 2000, anchored the Novaquatics-CA squad that tied for a victory in the 400 meter free relay with a time of 3:46.55. Rose swam a 54.96 final leg to gain 2.81 seconds on co-champion Texas Aquatics. Boutwell finished 45th in the 100 meter fly with a time of 1:02.70 competing for MetWest.
Maggie Bowen (Auburn Aquatics) was the other women's champion in the 400 meter individual medley (4:43.23).
The 2002 Phillips 66 National Championships will continue through Saturday, August 17. Full results and more information about the meet are available at usa-swimming.org . The meet is a non-scoring team event.
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