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Three Trojans to Compete in ISL Season 2 Finals

Nov 20, 2020

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Through 10 matches and semifinals, three Trojans remain in the ISL Budapest bubble heading into the Nov. 21 & 22 finals.  Trojan greats Kendyl Stewart, Dylan Carter and Haley Anderson, along with their respective teams will take to the pool this weekend to complete six weeks of competition in Hungary for the second season of the International Swimming League.

With four teams remaining, finals kick off Sat. Nov. 21 at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary. The Cali Condors sit in first place followed by the Energy Standard, London Roar and L.A. Current. USC Hall of Famer and Olympic gold medalist Lenny Krayzelburg serves as the general manager for the L.A. Current which includes two former Trojans, Dylan Carter and Kendyl Stewart. Haley Anderson, a member of the Jeff Julian coached Cali Condors is also set to compete in the finals.

This past week, Anderson was first in the 200m free during match 10, posting a 1:52.82 for the Condors. Team Iron's Robert Glinta was second in the 100m back, finishing in 49.79. N.Y. Breaker's Kasia Wasick was second in the 50m free (23.49) and fourth in the 100m fly (51.84) during semifinal 1.
 
Top individual finishes from the Trojans:  

Match 9 (Nov. 9 & 10) – Energy Standard, Toronto Titans, Team Iron, Tokyo Frog Kings
Louise Hansson (Toronto Titans) – third place in the 100m fly (56.17), fifth in the 100m I.M (59.15), fifth in the 50m fly (25.73)
Anika Apostalon (Toronto Titans) – fifth in the 100m free (53.09), seventh in the 50m free (24.75)
Cristian Quintero (Tokyo Frog Kings) – fifth in the 200m free (1:44.60), seventh in the 400m free (3:45.80), seventh in the 100m free (47.96)
Katinka Hosszu (Team Iron) – third in the 200m fly (2:06.25), fourth in the 200m I.M. (2:07.91), eight in the 100m I.M. (59.83)
Robert Glinta (Team Iron) – second in the 100m back (49.79), fifth in the 200m back (1:51.87), sixth in the 50m back (23.48)
 
Match 10 (Nov. 9 & 10) – Cali Condors, London Roar, Aqua Centurions, L.A. Current
Haley Anderson (Cali Condors) – first in the 200m free (1:52.82), third in the 400m free (4:03.74) , third in the 100m free (51.52),  fourth in the 50m free (24.28)
Dylan Carter (L.A. Current) – seventh in the 100m fly (50.70), 100m back (50.11)
Kendyl Stewart (L.A. Current) – fifth in the 50m back (23.29), fifth in 100m back (50.23)
 
Semifinal 1 (Nov. 14 & 15) – Energy Standard, London Roar, Tokyo Frog Kings, N.Y. Breakers
Vladimir Morozov (Tokyo Frog Kings) – second in the 50m free (20.96), second in the 100m I.M. (51.78), seventh in the 50m breast (26.52)
Cristian Quintero (Tokyo Frog Kings) – sixth in the 200m free (1:43.85), seventh in the 400m free (3:47.85)
Kasia Wasick (N.Y. Breakers) – second in the 50m free (23.49), fourth in the 100m fly (51.84), seventh in the 50m fly (26.02)
 
Semifinal 2 (Nov. 14 & 15) – L.A. Current, Cali Condors, Toronto Titans, Team Iron
Dylan Carter (L.A. Current) – eighth in the 50m free (21.56), eighth in the 100m back (50.56)
Haley Anderson (Cali Condors) – third in the 400m free (4:01.70)
Louise Hansson (Toronto Titans) – third in the 100m fly (56.14), fifth in the 100m I.M. (58.95), seventh in the 50m fly (25.65)
Anika Apostalon (Toronto Titans) – seventh in the 50m free (24.81), seventh in the 100m free (53.12)
 
About the ISL Season:
The six weeks of competition will feature 10 teams from North America, Europe and Asia, all loaded with the world's elite swimmers. All matches will take place at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary.

The schedule was designed to produce six weeks of world-class competition while ensuring the health and safety of all those involved in the staging of the event during the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting with 10 group stage matches, the event will then move into two semi-finals before culminating in the final on 21 and 22 November. The decision to stage the final in the same location was to ensure the ongoing safety of the teams and to reduce the need to travel in these uncertain times.

For more on the International Swimming League, visit isl.global.