Mar 29, 2013 8:26 PM by Andrew Masuda
Orcutt native Josh Prenot broke his own school record and captured his second All-American honor on Friday at the NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis.
Prenot, a freshman at Cal, finished fourth in the 400 IM final with a time of 3:40.49. He bettered his previous school record and personal best time going into the meet of 3:41.36. His finish earned Cal 15 points in the team standings. The Golden Bears, the Pac-12 Conference champions for the first time this year in decades, seek their third-straight NCAA title. Michigan led the team standings after day one.
Chase Kalisz, a freshman at Georgia, finished first in the 400 IM with a time of 3:38.05. The top 16 swimmers earn All-American recognition.
Thursday, Prenot finished fifth in the 200 IM final with a time of 1:42.62. The 19 year old broke his previous personal best by almost two seconds.
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