Miki Dahlke Qualifies for 2020 Olympic Trials in 100-Meter Fly

Miki Dahlke on the starting blocks.
Miki Dahlke qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100-meter butterfly (Photo Courtesy: Gil Talbot).

STANFORD, Calif. – Harvard women's swimming and diving rising senior Miki Dahlke for the third straight day qualified for 2020 Olympic Trials, punching her ticket in the 100-meter butterfly, at the 2019 Phillips 66 National Championships.

A native of Mill Valley, Dahlke registered a time of 1:00.30 in the fifth preliminary heat on Friday morning at Stanford. The Olympic Trials cut was 1:00.69. Dahlke is now set to compete at Trials in the 100 free, 200 free and now the 100 fly.

Dahlke will be joined at Trials by incoming first-years Adaline Rose Bullock (100 back) and Felicia Pasadyn (100 back) after the duo qualified in separate meets in July.

Dahlke is set to lead the back-to-back Ivy League champions in the fall and will headline a roster that is scheduled to return all five of its NCAA qualifiers, six of its seven first-team all-Ivy League performers (individual/relay), and eight of its 10 all-Ivy second-team honorees (individual/relay).