IRVINE, Calif. – Razorback swim returned to the national stage at the 2014 Phillips 66 National Championships in the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Complex in Irvine, California, Saturday.
Sophomore Anna Mayfield produced an impressive day four in the pool. Mayfield opened the day for the Razorbacks in the women’s 400-meter long course freestyle, clocking in a time of 4:15.77, a new lifetime-best. Mayfield returned to the pool for the women’s long course 100-meter backstroke and swam for a time of 1:04.23.
Junior Nikki Daniels was next up for Arkansas in the women’s 100-meter long course breaststroke where she touched the wall at 1:10.66.
The Razorbacks closed the evening with the long course 4×100 (4:14.57) relay where Maddie Monroe completed the fourth leg with a split of 56.21, a lifetime-best for the sophomore.
Arkansas will dive back into competition for the last day of the Phillips 66 US National Championships on Sunday, August 10. Follow along at USASwimming.org for live results.
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