Michael Duderstadt of Auburn competes in 200 yard breaststroke prelim during Men's Division One Championship at Texas Swimming Center in Austin, TX, on March 29, 2014.
Panama City, FL--- It's safe to say Mosley alum and current Auburn swimmer Michael Duderstadt is improving in terms of the U.S. elite!
Duderstadt's coming off a rather good showing at the U.S. National Meet in Irvine California. He finished 19th overall in the 50 meter breaststroke. Was 14th overall in the 100 breast, and 14th overall in the 200.
In each of those finals, he swam a new personal best. In other words, Michael's continuing to improve, as he shoots to become an elite NCAA swimmer at Auburn. And also keeps an eye on competing for a spot on the 2016 U.S. Olympic team.
Duderstadt will spend a few days back home before heading back up to Auburn for the fall semester and another year of collegiate competition.
Here are his official finishes and times from the Phillips 66 U.S. Nationals in Irvine, CA.
50M Breast - 19th overall/Time 28.45 (personal best)
100 Breast - 14th overall/Time 1:01.91 (personal best)
200 Breast - 14th overall/Time 2:14.67 (personal best)