Caeleb Dressel won the 100 fly by a hundredth (51.31) at the 2023 U.S. Open, marking both his fastest time and his first win since returning to the sport.
After going PBs in the 200 IM and 50 free last night in Greensboro, Huske took the win tonight in the 100 fly, touching in a new meet record of 56.21
“I was not expecting that,” Siobhan Haughey said after her 100 breast win. “I don’t swim the 100 breast that often, so I was really surprised by the time.”
Shaine Casas did it again, blazing a 51.03 out of the 100 fly B-final for his second U.S. Open meet record in as many nights.
World record holder Summer McIntosh is top seed in the 400 IM and aims to double up on event wins and meet records after winning the 400 free yesterday.
Torri Huske beat former Stanford teammate Claire Curzan with a winning time of 56.21 while also lowering Curzan’s previous U.S. Open meet record from 2020.
Day 3 of the Minnesota Invite will feature finals of the 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and 400 medley relay.
Lindenwood, which only reclassified into Division I last year, announced that it is cutting 10 programs effective at the end of the 2023-24 campaign.
The hosting Zips swept the women’s relays on the night, kicking things off with a decisive victory in the 200 medley relay.
Kate Douglass not only backed up her 200 IM world title last night by setting a new meet record (2:08.46), but then followed that up by winning the 50 free.
Here are Jack Spitser’s favorite images from the second night of competition in Greensboro at the U.S. Open Championships.
At last season’s Pac-12 Championships, Alana Berlin’s best times would have placed her 5th in the 100 back, 7th in the 100 fly, and 21st in the 200 IM.