School Record Relay DQed at NCAAs

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AUSTIN --- The foursome of senior Kyle Troskot, senior Henrik Lindau, sophomore Cory Bolleter and senior Paul-Marc Schweitzer finished the race in sixth place in a time of 1:17.39, but were disqualified for an early takeoff on the final leg. The touchpad indicated that Schweitzer left .09 of a second early on the final 50. The Aggie relay had qualified seventh in the morning prelims with a time of 1:17.34, which was just off the school record of 1:17.32 set at the 2014 SEC Championships.

Sophomore Cory Bolleter was strong in the 50 free with a time of 19.55, which just missed earning an evening swim as he placed 24th. Bolleter’s 19.55 was the third-fastest 50 free by an Aggie at the NCAA Championships behind John Dalton’s 19.44 in 2012 and Ozzie Gardner’s 19.49 in 2008. Troskot contributed a 34th place finish in 19.72.

In other action, 200-yard IM school record holder Simon Frank placed 42nd in the race with a time of 1:46.25.

The Aggies return to action on Friday with the swimming prelims starting at 11 a.m. and the finals kicking off at 7 p.m. Live results can be accessed at and a live video stream can be found at (morning prelims) or (evening finals).