While Ryan is not in any danger of leaving the house tonight, being the first HoH may well put a target on the 12-time Olympic medalist’s back.
Arkansas won 14 of 16 events in their decisive victory over Houston on Friday, January 18th. Peyton Palsha, Anna Hopkin, Vanessa Herrmann, and diver Brooke Schultz led the way for the Razorbacks, each picking up multiple individual wins.
Jessica Vall broke the Meet Record of 1:08.01 in the women’s 100 breast, swimming a quick 1:07.75 to finish 1st by 1.99 seconds over Gorbenko.
AMES, Iowa – The Iowa State Cyclones (6-3, 1-0 Big 12) soundly defeated the Illinois State Redbirds (5-3, 1-1 MVC) 191-100 on Friday night. The Cyclones won 15-of-16 events in the win, the most events wins in a meet since 2016.
There was a tighter race on the men’s side, with Miguel Duran taking victory over Albert Escrits by 1.43 seconds.
Noteably, Han was not ahead of Tuggle’s record-pace until the final 50.
Carmel Swim Club is hosting their annual Winter Invitational at IUPUI this weekend. The meet is being attended by many teams from bordering states, and so far the Winter storm has not stopped these swimmers from racing.
Lidon Munoz was the sole double event winner, taking the women’s 200 free and 50 fly.
He kept his time under 1:00 100 pace for the 1st 350 yards of the race, ultimately finished the race at an overall 100 pace of 1:00.4.
Jenny Ma swept the breaststroke events for Princeton.
Purdue Breaststroker Jinq En Phee was a leader for the Boilermaker women, winning 2 individual events and helping the women’s 200 medley to victory.
Aly Tetzloff came up big for Auburn, winning the 50 free and 100 fly, as well as providing a quick split on the 400 fre relay.
here’s a look at the top 10 in every NCAA event. Freshmen only.
McQuet then capped the meet off by anchoring Princeton’s 400 free relay to victory, throwing down a 43.79 for the fastest split in the field by a second.
Dressel went on to win the 100 free twice, the 50 free, and come in 2nd in Saturday’s 100 fly