The Cal women were just .11 shy of the NCAA Record tonight in the 200 Free Relay as they raced in for a new school record
Murphy helped Cal to relay perfection on Night 1 of the Georgia invite as they took titles in both the 200 free and 400 Medley relays.
Cal’s Kathleen Baker, who was the runner-up at 2016 NCAAs, topped the field in tonight’s 200 IM.
Chase Kalisz is back.
Michigan’s Miranda Tucker, last year’s 3rd place finisher at NCAA’s took 3rd tonight as well, touching in 58.95.
Zeiger easily maintained her lead from the 200 mark on, touching in 4:02.71 to win her first National title of the weekend
After taking 2nd in the 100 Breast at ATT Nats tonight, Breeja Larson discusses moving home to Tempe and training with Phoenix Swim Club under the tutelage of Swimswam’s own Garrett McCaffrey.
The USA Olympians continue their run tonight, as American Record holder Kevin Cordes got back into racing tonight with a 51.88
15-year-old Jack Dolan from Rockwood Swim Club broke 20 seconds for the first time tonight. Before today, his best time was a 20.53.
Michael Taylor, a Dynamo senior who has committed to swim for the florida gators next fall, is one busy high schooler.
Local star Amanda Weir, a 3-time U.S. Olympian and 4-time Olympic medalist, picked up a gold in front of her hometown crowd tonight
Clary closed in a 27.26 to take gold in 4:39.33 ahead of Zeiger’s 4:39.55.
After taking the top seed in prelims, Tom Shields decided to mix it up by swimming butterfly in the final tonight.
U.S. Olympian Melanie Margalis made it look easy, dominating the women’s 200 IM with a 1:53.16.
In conjunction with the AT&T Winter National Championships in Atlanta this week, the three athletes visited the patients of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston