Peter Marshall Wins 100 Butterfly at Janet Evans Invitational
July 19, 2005
Stanford, Ca - Former Stanford All-American and NCAA champion Peter Marshall captured the 100 butterly while former Cardinal teammate and junior-to-be Hongzhe Sun took third place to highlight Stanford's participation during the final day of competition (Sunday) at the Janet Evans Invitational at USC's McDonald's Stadium.
Marshall took the 100 fly title in a time of 55.39 while Sun checked in at 55.83. Sun was a busy swimmer during the four-day meet. Sun placed second in the 200 meter back (2:02.67) and third in the 200 IM (2:04.77).
Other top Stanford efforts were turned in by Shaun Phillips who finished third in the 400 meter free (4:00.61) and sixth in the 1500 meter free (16:08.94), Kyle Ransom with a sixth place finish in the 100 meters (52.37), Mark Stephens with a third place finish in the 400 IM (4:28.77), a sixth place finish in the 200 IM (2:07.67), eighth place in the 200 meter breast (2:26.49; 2:24.20 in the prelims) and tenth in the 200 fly (2:05.10), and Andy Grant with a seventh place showing in the 100 meter free (52.63).™