UCLA coach Vandenberg making splash at trials

This is from UCLA:

Vandenberg Qualifies for 100 Butterfly Final At U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials

Former Bruin swims eighth-fastest time in semifinal round

Former Bruin and current volunteer swimming coach Kim Vandenberg
qualified for the 100m butterfly final on Sunday at the U.S. Olympic
Swimming Trials in Omaha, Nebraska. Vandenberg was 12th in the opening
round with a time of 59.57 to advance to the semifinal round. Once
there, she improved her time to 59.34 to advance to Monday’s final.

Also on Sunday on day one of the Olympic Trials, sophomores-to-be
Lauren Hall (4:53.49) and Dani Milligan (4:55.09) competed in the 400m
IM where Hall placed 41st and Milligan was 54th.

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