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Record Watch

Nov 19, 2021

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Torri Huske took her already dominant weekend to new heights on Friday.

The Stanford women's swimming and diving freshman broke Janet Hu's school record with a blistering 50.30 in the finals of the 100 fly. Huske reached the 'A' final with 52.20 in the prelims but lowered her time by nearly two seconds in the finals to finish 1.34 seconds ahead of second.
Huske was joined by Emma Wheal in the 'A' final – who finished fourth in 52.72. The former was also a member of Stanford's runner-up 200 medley relay team. She, Regan Smith, Zoe Bartel and Taylor Ruck finished second in an 'A' standard of 1:36.20.

In the 400 IM, Brooke Forde dropped a 4:03.72 in the finals to win the event by more than five seconds. The defending national champion in the event was a tenth of a second off an 'A' standard, and her time ranks as the fastest in the nation entering the weekend.

Forde was also a member of Stanford's dominant showing in the 800 free relay. The Cardinal won going away in a NCAA 'A' standard of 6:56.99, nearly seven seconds ahead of second-place NC State. Forde anchored the quartet of Huske, Regan Smith and Lillie Nordmann – the later three are all true freshmen.

Smith moved to third on the Stanford record book with a 49.97 in the finals of the 100 back, becoming the first Cardinal swimmer to break the 50-second barrier since 2019. Lucie Nordmann (52.25), Ruck (52.74) and Amy Tang (53.57) finished 3-4-8 in the finals of the event. 

Four Cardinal swimmers reached the 'A' final of the 200 free, posting a 2-4-5-8 finish in the event. Taylor Ruck led the way with a 1:48.14 in second, and she was followed by Lillie Nordmann (1:45.58), Morgan Tankersley (1:47.48) and Aurora Roghair (1:47.88).
AUSTIN, Texas – Carolina Sculti reached the finals of the Texas Diving Invitational for the second straight day, this time qualifying on the 1-meter. Sculti finished fifth in the final with a score of 310.45 to lead the Cardinal.

Daria Lenz finished 11th in the prelims, falling five points shy of advancing to the finals with a 259.25. Julia Wortman (235.50), Lauren Burch (228.05) and Maria Papworth (217.15) rounded out the Stanford contingent at the diving invitational.