and 13th in the 100 fly. As a junior, she finished tiedfor-sixth in the 50 free and seventh in the 100 back.
“Honestly I don’t think for her what will stand out is anything that’s ever happened in the pool for me,” Brown said. “She’s such a genuinely good kid.”
Tunell remains unsure if she is going to swim collegiately
— Brown noted how important her academics are to her — but if she does decide she wants to swim at the next level, she will certainly have suitors.
“I think swim has taught me a lot about myself and a lot of how I can push myself and I think that’s probably what’s made me happiest about this sport,” Tunell said.