CLEVELAND - Kaitie Ring set a school record in the 100 back with a time of 58.94 to highlight Butler's performance on the third day of the Horizon League Swimming & Diving Championships in Cleveland. Ring's effort was good for 14th place.
"This was a much better day for us," head coach Maurice Stewart said. "I am especially proud of Kaitie Ring. She has overcome a lot of adversity this year with injury and illness, but she stepped up. It was exciting to watch."
Lauren Lambrecht (1:00.01) and Shelby Tschannen (1:16.17) each had season bests in the 100 fly. Jessica Onstwedder (1:06.27) and Regan Girten (1:04.51) turned in lifetime-best performances in the 100 back.
Green Bay is leading the women's standings after three days of swimming. Milwaukee is second, and Cleveland State is third.
The league meet concludes Saturday evening at CSU's Busbey Natatorium.