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Ex-Spartan swimmer breaking records at Ashland

March 2, 2011
Special to the Town Crier
The Ashland University swim team competed in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet in Michigan in early February. Senior Brian Worhatch, a 2007 Boardman graduate swam the butterfly leg  of the 200 medley relay that placed first with a time of 1:29.69 which set a GLIAC meet record, a pool record and a team record. That time also qualified Worhatch to compete in the NCAA Division II National Competition in San Antonio, Texas, in early March. That broke the team's record of 1:31.58 that was just set at their meet at Eastern Michigan in December. The time of 1:29.69 earned the Ashland relay a number one ranking in the country. 

Worhatch also competed in the 200 free relay, which placed second with a time of 1:22.90. He also competed in the 50 free, 100 fly and 200 fly. Worhatch swam a personal best in the 100 fly with a time of 49.88, which earned him a fourth place finish.

Worhatch, a three-time All American is one of 19 swimmers that Ashland has qualified for the national championships, setting is a school record. Worhatch will be graduating with a degree in sports management with a minor in coaching.    

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Former Spartan swimmer Brian Worhatch is breaking records as part of Ashland University's swim team.

 
 

 

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