In the men’s 100 fly, Milak posted a 51.50, well ahead of 2nd place Laszlo Cseh (52.46).
Among the headliners are American record holder, and perhaps the most exciting swimmer in the world right now, Caeleb Dressel, along with World record holder and twelve-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte.
Radojevic is currently serving a two year suspension from the sport after he tested positive for the substance Pseudoephedrine, which FINA lists under category S6 (stimulants).
She is now the 16th-fastest American, ever, in the 100 yard back, and the 20th-fastest female swimmer, ever.
True Sweetser is the fastest of all milers racing this afternoon prior to the fastest heat at finals.
The NCAA Men’s D1 Swimming & Diving Championships begin tomorrow night with the opening 800 free relay, as the top collegiate men in D1 will compete this week in Minneapolis, MN.
He’s been so close for two years in a row, and this year, he’s gunning for the crown.
Stadden won the 100 back (51.33) and 100 IM (54.81), finished 2nd in the 50 back (24.43) and 200 back (1:52.04), and scored in a whopping eleven individual races.
Michael Andrew is expected to race this week at the TYR Junior National Cup.
A fully healthy and on-form Shebat would be a slight favorite to win this race, but with questions looming about his injury, it brings him back to the field.
Marlins of Raleigh’s Grace Countie raced to two top prelims times this morning in Orlando, taking the top seed in the 50 back and 50 free.
Led by Ian Miskelley and Skyler Cook-Weeks, Holland Christian took the team crown in dominant fashion, finishing over 80 points ahead of 2nd place East Grand Rapids.
The 100 breaststroke belongs to the Big Ten this year, with the top three seeds belonging to schools from the power midwest conference.
Katie McLaughlin has taken over for the now-graduated Farida Osman on Cal’s 200 free relay.
Mallory Comerford is one of four 4:35’s coming into the 2018 NCAA Championships in the 500 free, behind Katie Ledecky’s 4:26.