Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas moved to #6 all-time with a 1:38.69 in the 200 fly tonight on the final day of the 2021 American Short Course Championships.
Instead of the fly/back double in 100s, he was able to do the 200 of each stroke on separate days, and he broke 1:40 in both for the first time.
In addition to the NAG, the swim also ties Curzan for 9th with Rachel Bootsma in the all-time top performers list in the 100 back.
Zane Backes (above) is racing in tonight’s 200 breast A-final for IU, as the Hoosiers are gunning for a B1G title in an extremely close race with Michigan.
The last day of the 2021 Pro Swim Series in San Antonio will feature the finals of the 100 back, 200 breast, 50 free, 200 IM, and 800 free.
Drury and Queens are expected to battle it out for the national title at the 2021 NCAA Division II Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Wolfpack Elite’s Justin Ress has decided to scratch his top 100 back seed. Instead, Ress will contest in the 50 free A-final to close out PSS San Antonio.
Curzan is now 2-for-2 in the NAG record-breaking frenzy, swimming 21.50 in the 50-yard to rank as the fastest 15-16 swimmer in history.
The Queens University of Charlotte Royals are in a strong position to win their sixth consecutive NCAA Division II Women’s team title.
The University of Southern Indiana will open a new 10-lane pool this summer, and the athletics director hopes a swimming & diving team will follow.
After accelerating on the third 50, Kathleen Baker distanced herself from Regan Smith, taking the win at 2:07.54 for the fastest time in the nation
NC State commit David Curtiss lowered his own National Independent School Record, and broke the overall 50 free record, moving to #6 all-time for 17-18 boys.