Former Catalina Foothills standout swimmer Christiana Williams took second in the 100 and 200 yard breaststroke at the American Athletic Conference (AAC) Swimming and Diving Championships held last Friday and Saturday in Dallas. The Tulane sophomore recorded a time of 2:13.14 in the 200 behind SMU fifth-year senior Gabi Grobler (2:11.25) and 1:01.67 in the 100 behind Houston freshman Henrietta Fangli (1:00.02).
Williams also swam for Ford Aquatics and she was part of the 2019 AIA Division II state championship won by the Falcons where she captured gold as part of the program’s 200 medley relay team.
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