The Huskers scored 517 points during the invite, just 177 points out of second place. Northwestern won the TYR Invite with 866 team points.
Nebraska had a strong showing throughout the invitational, earning three runner-up finishes on the weekend from Bailey Pons (500-yard freestyle), Hayley Martin (100-yard freestyle) and the 400-yard freestyle relay team (Martin, Pons, Rebekah Land and Kelly Dunn).
Third-place finishers include Shannon Guy in the 100-yard butterfly and Dunn in the 100-yard freestyle at 51.10. Morgan Flannigan, Katie Davis, Natalie Morris and Ellan Dufour all also contributed top-eight finishes on the invitational. Overall, the Huskers saw twenty-six finishes in the top-eight during the Invitational, leading to the fourth-place finish.
The Nebraska diving squad will travel to the Iowa Invitational in Iowa City, Iowa on Dec. 2. The event will run through Dec. 4 before the U.S. Diving Nationals take place on Dec. 15. Next up for the Nebraska swimmers is a dual against Kansas in Lawrence on Jan. 15.
Final Results:TYR Invitational
1. Northwestern University 866
2. University of Illinois - Champaign 694
3. Iowa State University 693
4. University of Nebraska 517
5. Cleveland State University 465
6. Missouri State University 450
7. University of Illinois- Chicago 207
8. Kenyon College 205