Manchester, England--Former Auburn All-American Mark Gangloff earned two silver medals on Sunday in the final day of competition at the FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships.
Gangloff was runnerup in the 50-meter breaststroke with a clocking of 26.54 and he swam the breaststroke leg on the U.S. 400 medley relay team that took the silver in an American record time of 3:24.38. He had the fastest split in the relay.
Also on Sunday, former Tiger Bryan Lundquist was seventh in the 100 freestyle.
Another former Tiger, Kirsty Coventry, who won four gold medals and set three world records, was named the top female swimmer at the five-day competition. She was fifth in the 50 backstroke on Sunday.
Auburn swimmers won 13 medals at the FINA World Short Course Championships, including eight gold medals and five World records.