Maine native Harry Homans concluded his swimming at the United States Olympic Trials on Friday in the prelims of the 100-meter butterfly.
He turned in a time of 54.69 seconds, which was slower than his qualifying time of 53.82.
Caleb Dressel set a U.S. open record with his Friday prelim swim at 50.17, breaking the previous mark of 50.22 held by Michael Phelps.
The 21-year-old Homans, who was named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team at the University of Georgia before transferring to the University of Southern California, also competed in the prelims of the 200 backstroke. He clocked a 2:02.19 in Thursday’s prelims.
Homans, a high school All-American at Barrington High in Rhode Island, swam the first of his three Trials events Tuesday in the 200 fly prelims (1:59.4).
While living in Maine, he previously competed for the Pen Bay YMCA, Southern Maine Aquatics and Cape Elizabeth High School prior to moving out of state.