Alex Walsh, UVA Women Swim 1:36.7 200 Medley Relay in Practice

UVA Post-Practice Time Trial

  • October 3rd, 2020
  • UVA Natatorium
  • Short Course Yards (SCY)

Today, following the team’s morning practice, the University of Virginia’s women’s 200 medley relay of Alex Walsh, Alexis Wenger, Lexi Cuomo, and Kate Douglass competed in a time trial, touching in 1:36.7 per the team’s social media account.

The Virginia coaching staff timed a1:36.7, and our hand timing of the video essentially confirms that with a 1:36.9. Regardless of those two-tenths, it is still an incredibly fast time for this early in the season. A time of 1:36.9 would have put them seeded ahead of five teams going into the 2020 NCAA D1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships. 1:36.7 would have jumped 3 more teams.

Virginia had the fastest time in the NCAA last season in this event in 1:33.91.

The relay was made up of two of the four members (Wenger and Douglass) of UVA’s ACC meet record-setting relay from last spring.


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7 months ago

If it happens; UVA will win the women’s NCAA swimming championship,

Reply to  Mike
7 months ago

Would have won last year too (2020)

7 months ago

And apparently did this in practice suits

7 months ago

Woah isn’t it kinda early for Desorbo to start tapering his swimmers

Ol' Longhorn
Reply to  Swimswammer
7 months ago

The Desorbo watch strikes again.

ct swim fan
Reply to  Ol' Longhorn
7 months ago

I timed it. It was accurate.