Cassidy Bayer snuck under the old 13-14 mark with a 53.30 and now owns both 13-14 short course butterflying NAGs.
Breeja Larson broke her own NCAA, American, U.S. Open and meet records in the 100 breast with a 57.23 in winning another NCAA title in the event.
Missy Franklin looked like a woman on a mission, blasting her way to a blowout win in the 200 free and smashing records in the process.
The NAGs come in threes no more: Andrew broke his fourth National Age Group record of the week and second of the night.
This is the fourth time Andrew has broken this record in the past 4 months, and he becomes the first 14-year-old under 48 seconds in the 100 back.
Division I Women’s NCAAs: Day 2 Ups/Downs and Prelims Scoring: Big day for Cal but Georgia hangs tough
Teri McKeever’s group leads the meet in both A- and B-Finalists and actually gained two points from seeds despite a costly relay DQ. But Georgia hung tough and is seeded to outscore the Golden Bears by 17.
Andrew Seliskar holds the top seeds in the 200 breast and 100 fly as well as the second seed in the 100 back. For the girls, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson had a pair of strong prelims races.
Stanford had a big night, sweeping the relays to leapfrog Cal for second place. Tomorrow looks like Cal’s biggest day, though, so Georgia and Stanford will have to keep their guards up.
Lia Neal’s huge anchor leg pushed Stanford past Texas A&M to break American and NCAA records.
Brittany MacLean won a hard-fought NCAA title in the 500 free, and it came with the NCAA record in 4:32.53.
Georgia already has 11 point-scoring swims and dive slots tonight and has moved up 4 points from its seeds.
Gunnar Bentz has arrived at NCSA Junior Nationals, and he hold a pair of top-2 seeds. Janet Hu, Simone Manuel and Francis Haas all look primed to repeat after night 2 wins.
Simone Manuel dropped a 47.09 to win the 100 free, just one of 5 National Age Group records to go down on the second night of NCSA Junior Nationals in Orlando.
Future Stanford Cardinal Janet Hu broke former Stanford Cardinal Elaine Breeden’s National Age Group record in what’s been a devastating night for the record books at NCSA Junior Nationals.
Carsten Vissering went 52.83 to win NCSA Juniors and break Andrew Seliskar’s National Age Group record for 15-16s.