Hill swept the sprints, topping NCAA runner-up Vol Erika Brown in the 50 free 22.47 to 22.53.
Reigning NCAA 200 back champ Austin Katz recorded his first 200 back win of the season with his 1:43.90.
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Katie Ledecky remains unbeaten in the distance freestyle races at major international competitions.
Olympic gold medalist Ryan Murphy came back with a vengeance in 2018.
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Cal freshman Reece Whitley is the top seed in the 200 breast.
Tess Cieplucha had a big swim in the 400 IM to achieve her NCAA ‘A’ cut for Tennessee. She came into the meet with a best time of 4:05.43 from last season, but blew that away tonight with a 4:03.81.
The Vols has 4 women under the 2017 NCAA invited time in finals with Brown (21.65), Bailey Grinter (22.08), Maddy Banic (22.15), and Stanzi Moseley (22.20).
Caio Pumputis racked up a winning double for Georgia Tech tonight.
Bayshore’s defending state champion Ryley Ober put down an AA-C time to take top seed for states in the 200 free. Her 1:50.60 puts her over a second ahead of anyone else going into the big meet tomorrow.
It was a strong first night of finals for the Florida freshman on the women’s side as they won 2 of the 3 individual events. Leah Braswell knocked over a second off her 500 free time, pulling ahead of Auburn freshman Emily Hetzer (4:39.18) on the back half to win in 4:37.83.
Episcopal’s Cole Crane took a pair of wins in region 1. Most notably, he picked up an AA-A time in the 100 fly, an event in which he was the 2017 runner-up.
The Tennessee men split their meet with Texas and Auburn on Saturday, dropping a close meet to the defending national champion Longhorns and coming out with a win over the SEC rival Tigers. On the women’s side, Tennessee beat Auburn as well.