Dean Farris impressed this weekend with his 42.9 in the individual 100 free and a 41.8 as the anchor of the 400 free relay. Teammate Logan Houck knocked 10 seconds off his personal best and will likely earn a trip to NCAAs with his 14:47.3 in the mile.
Paez, a 2-time NCAA qualifier, smashed her own Duke school record by over a second and likely secured an invite to the 2018 NCAA meet.
Alaniz put up a pair of 1:43-low today, leading the way in both prelims and finals.
Aly Tetzloff had another impressive night for the Tigers.
Claire Fisch, Chloe Isleta, and Marlies Ross each rallied for a winning double individually in the women’s team’s big win. Cameron Craig put up a highlight swim in the men’s win with his 42.5 100 free victory.
The Stanford men remain undefeated in dual meet action after winning a nailbiter on the road against Pac-12 rival USC on Saturday.
Duke freshman Connie Dean, a British IM/Breaststroker, had one of the highlight swims of the day. In prelims of the 400 IM, Dean blew away the field with a 4:12.40.
In the 50 free, Tetzloff busted out a new best time as she powered to a 22.08 to top the field by almost a full second.
Freshman standout Ryan Hoffer won multiple events for the Cal Bears as they took down Pac-12 rival USC on Saturday.
Ryan Harty’s 1:41 in the 200 back highlighted the Texas men’s win over TCU tonight. Meanwhile, the Longhorn women achieved their first undefeated dual meet season since 1988.
NC State’s Mason Revis notched a new personal best to win the 500 free, turning in a 4:26.30 to win it ahead of UNC’s Nick Palmer (4:27.64).
Townley Haas picked up a win in his signature 200 free last Saturday as the Texas men edged out Arizona on the road.
Ledecky stepped up for the 200 free immediately after winning the 1000 free (9:15.96). Though she trailed USC’s Louise Hansson (1:46.21) through the front half, Ledecky powered through in the final 100 yards to build a 3-second lead, winning in 1:43.24.
USC’s Riley Scott pulled off a winning triple against Pac-12 rival Cal, but the Trojans ultimately fell to the Bears by 38 points.
Dressel got the ball rolling with an 18.91 free split on the 200 medley relay and later won the individual 50 free in 19.41, just out-touching Tennessee’s Kyle Decoursey (19.48).