Stanford grads BJ Johnson and Eugene Godsoe, each guaranteed a berth or two for the FINA World Championships later next month in Barcelona, recorded a top five finish Friday at the USA Swimming Phillips 66 National Championships in Indianapolis.
On the women's side, Cardinal Felicia Lee swam to the 'B' final title in the 100 back at the Indiana University Natatorium.
Godsoe, who owns national titles in both the 50 fly and 100 fly, finished fifth in the 100 back with a 53.86.
Johnson, who will go to the world championships in the 200 breast, swam 1:00.68 to finish fourth in the 100 breast. He qualified for the 'A' Final with a time of 1:01.42.
Lee won the top consolation race in a time of 1:00.68, the seventh fastest time in the event. She swam 1:01.75 during the prelims, the 11th best mark of the morning session.
Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics' Ally Howe was 17th in the 100 back, swimming a 1:02.19.
Chad La Tourette finished 12th in the 400m free finals, finishing with a 3:53.15. Danny Thomson competed in the prelims of the 400m free and touched in at .
Andie Taylor notched a 16th-place finish in the 400m free with a 4:15.10. Taylor qualified to the finals with a prelim time of 4:15.10.
Allison Brown (4:17.74) and Julia Anderson (4:21.24) joined Taylor in the 400m free, finishing 20th and 23rd, respectively.
Sarah Haase rounded out the group of Cardinal competitors, competing in the 100m breaststroke prelims and touching in at 1:10.92.