While bringing in 16 newcomers, the Georgia women will have to rely on a small group of key upperclassmen to take over the majority of NCAA scoring.
Looking to bounce back from 9th at NCAAs, the Stanford Cardinal women are re-loading their roster with four Olympians, including fifth-year Brooke Forde.
NY, Iron, Tokyo, and Aqua will be vying for their first ISL match win ever and a spot into the play-offs, creating high stakes for each event battle.
Sarah Sjostrom will swim her first 100 IM of the season for Energy Standard today while Chad le Clos will swim his first 200 free this season as well.
Florent Manaudou will make his season debut in the 50 free for Energy Standard. London’s Kira Toussaint will swim the 200 back over Minna Atherton.
11-year-old Mikayla Tan dropped 0.54s to nail 1:05.28 in the 100-yard breast, becoming the fastest US 11-year-old in the last decade.
Ledecky has won this award five times in her career while Dressel has won this award. Other nominees include Lydia Jacoby, Bobby Finke, and Chase Kalisz.
Energy Standard enters day two with a 22-point lead over the London Roar. Meanwhile, the LA Current has a nine-point advantage over Tokyo for third place.
London has put Emma McKeon in the 50 back skins events while LA has subbed Anastasia Gorbenko in for absent Madi Wilson in the 200 free.
Match eight will feature season one champions Energy Standard, re-loaded with Sarah Sjostrom, against the London Roar, LA Current, and the Tokyo Frog Kings.
Along with both relays, London’s Kyle Chalmers has added the 50 free to his schedule. Energy’s Sarah Sjostrom is only entered in freestyle events today.
Toronto had won seven events on day two, yet failed to put any Titans in the final rounds of both skins events, ultimately costing them the match win.
Iron’s Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Cali’s Beata Nelson, NY’s Arina Surkova, and Toronto’s Louise Hansson and Michelle Coleman will swim the 50 fly twice today.
The Toronto Titans currently lead over the Cali Condors by nine points while Iron has a 13-point advantage over the NY Breakers for third.
Sprinter Meiron Cheruti and backstrokers Mewen Tomac, and Elliot Clogg have returned for the NY Breakers following a brief quarantine.