The FISH lead the women’s team standings after night one of the 2019 Speedo Sectionals at Buffalo, while the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Piranhas top the men’s team scores.
Ida Hulkko, who placed fifth in the 100 breast at NCAAs, will forego her would-be sophomore season at Florida State to focus on training for the 2020 Olympics.
Scottsdale Aquatic Club edged out Phoenix Swim Club for the combined team title at the 2019 4 Corners Speedo Sectional, 2320 to 2279 points.
After winning three individual events at the 2019 NCAA Division III Championships – and setting a new national record in the process – NYU’s Honroe Collins was named Female Swimmer of the Year.
Defending NCAA Champion Abrahm DeVine will look to pick up his second individual title in this event, and possibly challenge Chase Kalisz’s legendary American Record.
David Fitch, a two time individual event winner for the Lords, and the rest of the Kenyon men’s squad will look to hold off Emory for the runner-up team trophy.
Fiona Muir will look for her third individual NCAA event title, as she is the top qualifier after this morning’s preliminary heats of the 100 free.
Isabelle Stadden will look to win her third backstroke race of the 2019 NCSA Junior National Championships, as she is the #2 seed heading into the finals of the 50 back.
As they’ve stressed the importance of “winning the morning” throughout the duration of the meet, the Kenyon Lords will look to set themselves up for big points tonight.
After winning the 100 breaststroke last night, Denison’s KT Kustriz will compete in the 200 breast today to go for the stroke sweep.
Edina’s Peter Larson is the top qualifier in the men’s 100 free after posting a time of 44.44 in the heats.
New York University’s Honroe Collins will look for her third individual title of these championships in the 200 fly, where she’s seeded 6th after the preliminary heats.
The Emory men look to reclaim their second place spot in the team standings, as the Kenyon Lords overtook them last night – the Eagles currently sit in third at 259.5 behind Kenyon’s 272.
NC State senior Andreas Vazaios is the fastest returner in the men’s 200 IM field – the only competitor with a lifetime best under 1:40.
Kenyon junior Mick Bartholomew earned his first NCAA title in the 400 IM with a time of 3:50.66, which was the 300th individual title won by a Kenyon Lord.