Ting Quah qualified for the FINA World Championships in two more events in Singapore last weekend, while five Bruins finished up their stay in Indianapolis at the Phillips 66 National Championships.
At the Singapore World Championship Trials, Quah, who already qualified for the FINA World Championships in Barcelona (July 19-August 4) in the 100 Free earlier in the Trials, placed first in the 200 Butterfly (2:13.77) and the 200 Freestyle (2:01.13) to qualify for the FINA Worlds in those events. She also finished second in the 100 Fly (59.92) and fourth in the 50 Free (26.68).
On Thursday in Indy, Anna Senko reached the B final of the 100 Fly. She swam a 1:00.47, the 15th-best time, in the preliminaries and improved to 14th after a 1:00.50 in the final. Incoming freshmen Linnea Mack and Madison White each made the C final of the 50 Backstroke. White was 18th after the prelims (29.60) and finished 20th in the final (29.62). Mack improved from 22nd following the prelims (29.71) to 21st in the final (29.64).
On Friday, those two 2013-14 Bruin newcomers were back in the pool in the 100 Back. White made the C final, going 1:02.55 in the prelims (19th) and 1:02.48 (20th) in the final. Mack swam a 1:05.58 (44th).
The meet concluded on Saturday with three Bruins in the pool. Senko was 21st in the 200 Individual Medley with a time of 2:18.54, Kathryn Murphy swam a 26.79 (34th) in the 50 Free and Lauren Baker was 13th in the 1500 Free (16:42.36).For a recap of how the Bruins did during the first half of these two meets, click here.