OMAHA, Neb. -- Dana Vollmer had hoped to go faster than she did in her semifinal heat of the 100-meter freestyle. Still, she lived to see another day in the event.After having the fastest time in the morning preliminaries at 54.35, the Granbury product swam a 54.43 in the semifinal Friday. It was good for fifth and a spot in tonight's finale.Amanda Weir (54.14), Missy Franklin (54.19), Allison Schmitt (54.23) and Jessica Hardy (54.27) all were faster."It was slower than [the preliminaries], but I'm in," Vollmer said. "That's all I needed. I felt like the end of my race wasn't as good as I want it to be, so it's something I'm going to work on [today]. But I got my spot."Natalie Coughlin kept her Olympic dreams alive by qualifying for the 100 free final. She had the seventh-best time at 54.48."Hopefully I'll do something special [tonight]," said Coughlin, who has 11 Olympic medals in two Games.Anderson finishesJulia Anderson, a recent Fort Worth Paschal graduate who is Stanford-bound, finished her Olympic trials experience with the 100 freestyle. She was 70th with a 57.08.Anderson made the semifinals of the 200 freestyle, finishing 16th, and swam a 4:19.59 in the 400 free."I'm really glad I came here and experienced it," said Anderson, who swims for Fort Worth Area Swim Team. "I will be able to handle myself at big meets like this now, because I think this is a completely different experience from anything I've ever experienced with the hype and the pressure." Greene vs. LochteKeller Timber Creek's Aaron Greene was 22nd in the 200 backstroke with a 2:02.13. He was in the same preliminary heat with Ryan Lochte, who posted the fastest morning time at 1:57.24."There was a lot of intimidation, because he's all cool and relaxed," said Greene, who swims for the North Texas Nadadores. "You're like, 'Oh, my gosh, I'm competing against Ryan Lochte.' His reputation is well-earned, because he's really fast."BrieflyTCU swimmers Cooper Robinson and Josh Mangus swam the preliminaries of the 200 back on Friday. Robinson was 51st in 2:04.18, while Mangus tied for 63rd with a 2:04.90.Katie Meili, a former Fort Worth Nolan Catholic and North Texas Nadadores swimmer, was 65th in the 200 breaststroke with a 2:36.65.