Kaitlyn Dobler was on fire in the women’s breast events, blowing away the field in the 100 breast with a 57.95.
Indiana came away with decisive wins in both the men’s and women’s meets.
IU is coming off a successful 2020-2021 season, despite a major obstacle late in the season.
NC State showed their speed early, taking the women’s 200 medley relay in 1:38.07.
At last year’s FHSAA 3A state championships, Rinard, a sophomore, took 3rd in the 100 fly (55.56) and 4th in the 100 back (56.42).
As a member of Carmel High School, Sullivan took 3rd in the 100 back at the IHSAA (Indiana HS) state championships this past February.
Ariola was a member of the 2018-2019 USA Swimming National Team, and 3x National Junior Team member.
After finishing 3rd at Big Tens last year, Ohio State is in excellent shape heading into this season.
The host team won both the men’s and women’s meets, while Wingate took 2nd in both, and Lindenwood 3rd.
Nick Albiero broke the SMU Classic meet record, which was held by former Michigan swimmer Dylan Bosch.
While Kipp is on administrative leave, associate head coach Lea Maurer will take over as interim head coach for USC.
It was a great early October showing for Curry, whose best is 18.97 from last year’s SEC Championships.
Casey Chung led off in 52.86, with Letitia Sim splitting 59.38 on breast, Maggie MacNeil splitting 50.88 on fly, and Lindsay Flynn anchoring in 47.36.
This weekend Sandpipers of Nevada will be hosting the Las Vegas Open Water Champions Cup, which will be serving as a US National Team selection race.
In his first meet back, it looks as though the 5th year sprinter hasn’t missed a beat.