Pyshnenko has been dealing with an injury, but she has been training in practice with the team, and is expected to return before winter break.
Florida’s Maxime Rooney is one of the anticipated big guns to compete this week at the Georgia Tech Invite.
After suffering a shoulder injury this spring, Grinalds will take this season off. She will get four years of eligibility, still, starting next season.
Erik Persson is one of five swimmers to have been pre-approved onto the Swedish roster for SC Worlds this December.
It’s Aggie Nation, and the hosts Texas A&M look to dominate their own mid-season invite this week.
Events like 75’s and 175’s of stroke were contested at the meet.
Hindley leads the Ivy League this season in the 50 free, 100 free, and 100 back.
His 1:42.49 now surpasses Brendan Burns on the 15-16 all-time list in this event, and he’s now well within striking distance of the NAG record, held by none other than Michael Phelps at 1:42.10.
Whitley improved his nation-leading 1:56.60 with a 1:55.87 today. Only Andrew Seliskar has been under 1:57.9 this year, besides Whitley.
Vumbacco is coming off of a great summer season in long course, notching LCM bests in the 400 free, 100 fly, 200 fly, 200 IM, and 400 IM.
Thrall is already fast enough to score at the conference level in the 200 breast and 400 IM.
This summer, Vanmeter competed at the 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals, finishing 30th in the 100 fly (55.64) just outside of scoring range.
As a sophomore last season, Heimstead was part of the Normal Community HS team that placed 4th at the 2017 IHSA State Championships in November.
Miller is within hundredths of what it took to C final in the 100 back at SECs last season.
Retterer was a 200 back finalist at both YMCA National Championships, placing 13th in short course in the spring and 4th in long course this summer.