WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.-University of Arkansas senior swimmer Zsuzsa Csobanki finished her collegiate career Thursday, March 17, with her performance at the NCAA Swimming Championships in the 50 freestyle on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.
Csobanki’s time of 23.53 was 54th in the event while senior Whitney Lynn recorded a 48th-place finish in the 500 freestyle.
Arkansas swimming coach Anne Goodman James said Csobanki is going to be missed as she was a vital part of the Lady Razorback team.
“She (Csobanki) has taken great pride in being a Razorback and has added so much to our team,” Goodman James said. “It has been four great seasons with her.”
Even though Lynn competed in the 500 freestyle she still has her specialty race, the 1,650 freestyle, which she swims Saturday.
Goodman James said she was pleased with Lynn’s performance in the 500 free but is looking forward to the longest race of the competition.
“Whitney’s 500 was very solid,” Goodman James said. “However, her training has been geared toward preparing her for the 1,650 free, with most of the focus on pace and endurance and not as much on speed work.”
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