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MESA, ARIZ. › SWIMMING
Larson, a sophomore at Texas A&M, clocked a 57.92-second 100-yard breaststroke during prelims at the Big 12 championships in Columbia, Mo., to set an NCAA women's record and to become the first collegian to crack 58 seconds. Larson then won the final (58.29) and also collected first-place finishes in the 200 breaststroke (2:06.94), the 400-medley relay (3:31.02) and the 200-medley relay (1:36.02), and was named the swimmer of the meet as the Aggies' women's team won its fourth title in six years.
PHILADELPHIA › SQUASH
Harrity, a junior at Princeton, went undefeated at the College Squash Association's national team championships, held at Princeton, coming back from a regular-season loss against Trinity's Vikram Malhotra to defeat him in the No. 1 finals match (3--0) and lead the Tigers to the team title over the Bantams (5--4). Princeton's win ended Trinity's 13-year national title run. A two-time All-America, Harrity will defend his individual national collegiate title this weekend at Amherst.
CLERMONT, N.J. › EQUESTRIAN
McCormack, a junior at South Carolina, swept four rounds on four different horses to clinch the over-fences title at the third annual Collegiate Equitation Challenge at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Fla. Riding a European warmblood named Chalan in the final, she scored 87.5 points to win by 2.5 on the course's 3'6" high fences. In 2011 McCormack led the Gamecocks in overall wins for the second straight year (17). As a freshman she was named the hunter seat MVP at nationals.