At Princeton — 2015-16: reached two B finals during Princeton's comeback victory over Harvard for the 2016 Ivy League championship … won the 200 breast and finished second in the 100 to help Princeton to its first H-Y-P win since 2012; 200 breast time of 1:57.95 was fourth-fastest in program history, while 100 time of 54.62 was eighth-fastest in program history. 2014-15: moved into the all-time Princeton Top 10 in both the 100 breast (10th, 54.93) and the 200 breast (seventh, 1:58.77); both were top-four times for Princeton during its Ivy League championship season … also posted a top-five Princeton time in the 400 IM. 2013-14: competed in breast and IM events during freshman season.
Quick Facts: Two-time National Age Group record holder … NCS finalist (100 Breast/200 IM)
Why Princeton: I chose Princeton because I believe it was the best fit for me both in and out of the pool. The swimmers are some of the nicest guys I've ever met and from day one I knew they would be great teammates. Rob and Mitch clearly have a system in place that works like a charm. Academically, Princeton offers a prestigious education that is hard for any recruit to pass up. The moment I showed up on campus I knew it was the athletic and academic fit for me.
Orr on Usinger
“Brett is entering a very strong breaststroke unit. His addition will allow us to move some of our breaststrokers around in other events, creating greater versatility within our meet lineup. We look forward to seeing him work with our current breaststrokers.”