ATLANTA – University of Alabama freshman Leonie Kullmann set a second school record, the second in two days, at the Georgia Tech Invitational.
On Friday, Kullmann set the Alabama women’s school record in the 200 freestyle, where she posted a 1:45.88 to take second place in the meet. On Thursday, she broke the school 500 freestyle record.
Also on Friday, Robert Howard won the men’s 200 freestyle (1:33.75), Luke Kaliszak won the 100 backstroke (45.85) and Zane Waddell placed second (46.01).
Alabama also finished first and second in the men’s 100 butterfly with Waddell winning (45.34) and Laurent Bams placing second.
In the women’s 400 individual medley, Alina Faunce finished second (4:12.04). Justine Macfarlane finished second in the 100 breastroke (59.82). Katie Kelsoe, Macfarlane, Flora Molnar and Bailey Scott won the 200 medley relay (1:37.55), and Alabama won the 800 freestyle relay (7:12.05) with Kullmann, Lydia Jackson, Nia Nonnenberg and Julia Kukla.
Kaliszak, Bams, Waddell and Howard won a relay, and Howard, Matthew Adams, Christian Arseneau and Christopher Reid combined to win the 800 freestyle relay.