Saturday, March 23, 2002

Swimming: Ursuline girl wins



Enquirer staff and news services

        Ursuline's Whitney Myers, 17 won her first national title, the 100-meter butterfly in 1:00.84, at the Spring National Championships in Minneapolis Friday.

        • Nate Dusing (Covington Catholic) finished third in the men's 100 butterfly.

        • The Northern Kentucky Clippers team of Sean Pharr, Keith Janson, Andrew Hoffman and Jason Vadney finished fourth in the men's 800-meter relay in 8:00.43.

        • At the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships in Austin, Texas, Southern Cal's Nicci Fusaro (Anderson High) finished seventh in the 3-meter diving, won by defending champ Yulia Pakhalina of Houston.

       



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