Sam Corea continues to have a good meet for the Denver Pioneers. She will be the top seed in the women’s 200 backstroke in tonight’s finals session.
The Akron women and IUP Men are winning through day two of the Zippy Invite, which saw several pool and meet records.
Courtney Bartholomew and the Virginia Cavaliers posted the second fastest time in the nation in the 200 medley relay at the Georgia Fall Invite on Saturday
Grant Betulius shined for Iowa at the Hawkeye Invitational. The senior posted the number two time in the nation in the 100 backstroke with a 45.60. Betulius is behind only Ryan Murphy, who posted a 45.55 at the Georgia Invite.
Iowa had another strong performance from it’s sprint group, qualifying six for the men’s 100 fly A final at day two of the Hawkeye Invite.
Florent Manaudou set his second world record in as many events on Saturday in Doha, Qatar. The Frenchman broke American Peter Marshall’s 2009 world record of 22.61 with a 22.22 performance. Manaudou broke the 50 freestyle world record last night.
The Akron women play host to the Zippy Invite, and are leading through the first day of the invite. Indiana University of Pennsylvania leads on the men’s side.
Dylan Bunch won the 500 freestyle for Denver, but the Hawkeye men still lead the Hawkeye Invite through day one. The Denver women lead on the women’s side.
Zachary Stephens of Notre Dame ran away with the 200 IM in prelims on day one of the Hawkeye Invite. Stephens swam a 1:44.26 to take the top seed for Friday’s finals.
Head coach Eddie Reese and the Texas Longhorns host the Texas Invite Thursday through Saturday, one of the biggest NCAA meets of the weekend. The Longhorns have not had an official competition since the quad meet, and will look to be very fast this weekend.
Jordan Wilimovsky of Northwestern posted the nation’s third fastest mile time at day three of the TYR Invitational. The Northwestern women and Michigan State men won the invitational.
Sinead Russell and the rest of the Florida Gators poured it on at the Georgia Tech Invitational on day two. Both the men’s and women’s teams are in the lead through the first two days.
Sarah Henry, who swam an NCAA A cut in the 400 IM, and the Texas A&M women are leading the Stanford women through day two of the Art Adamson Invitational, but the Stanford men are dominating the field.
Alabama scored some big wins Friday night, but Brandon Fiala and the Virginia Tech Hokies are still winning after day two of the H2okie Invite.
Morgan Latimer and Virginia Tech traded prelim wins with Alabama on day two of the H2okie Invite, and figure to do the same in the finals.