10 men and 24 women have already sealed their NCAA invites with “A” cut times after last weekend’s full slate of mid-season invitationals.
The lady Volunteers closed out the win over FGCU and the Georgia Tech men won at home on day three of the Georgia Tech Invitational.
Farmington Hills, Holland, and East Grand Rapids took state team titles at the MHSAA girls meet.
The Lady Golden Bears won in convincing fashion and the Stanford men did the same on the last day of racing at UNLV.
Texas A&M won both the men’s and women’s sides of the Art Adamson Invite in College Station, TX.
Tennessee took advantage of a relay DQ by Florida Gulf Coast to open up a lead while the Yellow Jacket men continued to extend their lead on day two of the Georgia Tech Invite.
The Cal women and Stanford men continued to extend their leads at the UNLV Invite, while the Rebels had some big performances at home.
The Texas A&M women charged back to take the lead from Stanford, while the Aggie men added to their already-sizable margin.
Tennessee and Florida Gulf Coast are locked in a tight battle for the women’s meet, while the Georgia Tech men are running away with things at the Georgia Tech Invite.
The two smallest classes of Louisiana high school swimming took to the pool for the state championships this week.
Missy Franklin won four times, but Dillon Virva was the star of the night at day one of the UNLV Invite.
The Stanford women lit things up early at the Art Adams Invite hosted by Texas A&M.
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Two more Russian national records fell in the final few days of swimming in Kazan. Oleg Kostin got in on…