Ohio State's Armstrong, Clark set school swim records at Phillips 66 International Trials

Staff reports
Hunter Armstrong swam 48.25 in the 100 freestyle on Tuesday.

Junior Hunter Armstrong and sophomore Charlie Clark set Ohio State records in the 100 freestyle and 1500 freestyle, respectively, in the Phillips 66 International Team Trials in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Tuesday to earn spots on the U.S.'s World Championship roster.

Armstrong earned a school-record time of 48.55 in the 100m freestyle preliminary heats. He went on to improve his time to 48.25 in the evening finals to tie for fourth overall in the event.

Clark, who set a school record in the 1500m freestyle last summer, took second in the event in a time of 14:51.78. He beat his previous record by 13 seconds on his way to the sixth-fastest time in the world this year.

Maya Geringer swam a personal best 8:43.91 in the 800m freestyle to take 13th. Amy Fulmer earned a 55.54 finish in the prelims to tie for 19th overall.