The assault on Virginia’s AFC pool record board that began Friday night continued Saturday, with another five pool records going down.
Watch Daiya Seto swim a 4:06.09 400 IM at the Kosuke Kitajima Cup, moving him up to #5 all-time in the event months away from the Tokyo Olympics.
Kate Douglass wasn’t the only swimmer with an impressive swim in a practice suit, as Stewart threw down a 45.65 to break a pool record.
Since we know you’re dying to ask, we’ll answer your questions here. No, she wasn’t in a tech suit. No, one else in the NCAA has broken 2:07 this season.
Senior Anna Hopkin posted pool records as part of a dominant effort by Arkansas, while the Drury men swept Oklahoma Baptist.
The University of Pittsburgh Panthers swept all 32 events agains the visiting Denison University Big Red in inter-division action Friday afternoon.
The Virginia Tech men hung on to narrowly defeat Virginia at home, while the Cavalier women topped the Hokies by 70 points.
Regan Smith broke through the 58 second barrier in the 100 fly in a big waiting, setting a new NAG while coming in 2nd tonight in Knoxville.
Schmitt’s time of 1:56.01 represented her fastest in-season performance in this event since 2012, which led up to her Olympic gold medal performance.
ATOM swimmers broke records in the 15-16 200 free mixed relay and 17-18 400 medley mixed relay at their Frosty Invite Saturday.
Sprinter Andrej Barna’s season debut helped the Louisville men top the Wildcats by nearly 60 points, but the women’s contest came down to the final relay.
Three men earned two individual event wins each as the Navy men defeated Princeton, 171-129, in a long course dual meet over the weekend.
After a first half of a season where Douglass was among the nation’s leaders in a bevy of events, the freshmen picked up right where she left off.
Cal coach Dave Durden earns his 2nd Swammy Award for Men’s NCAA Coach of the Year after leading the Bears to a historic win at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
Two men had historic NCAA performances, but in the end, Seliskar’s three victories earned him the 2019 Swammy Award for Male NCAA Swimmer of the Year.