Purdue’s women went 1-2-3 in 6 events on the day
Wisconsin’s Michael Milinovich was the sole double event winner of the day, touching the wall 1st in both the 200 IM and 200 fly.
UCLA’s Stephanie Su kicked off the individual races of the day by breaking the pool record in the 1000 free.
Carter spent her freshman season at Georgia (UGA), where she was named the 2019 SEC Freshman Swimmer of the Year, and earned All-American honors in the 200 fL
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The only women’s event Akron didn’t win was the 1650 free, where Cincinnati’s Rocky Laabs swam a 16:37.96.
Lehigh picked up a few men’s event wins on the day, starting with Matt Feryo in the 200 back.
Much like the first day of compeition, members of Akron’s relays went on to win individual events.
Rutgers’ Sofia Chichaikina continued to build on her strong start to the meet, roaring to victory in the women’s 200 free with a 1:47.62.
Paige Dacosta, a Cornell freshman, won the men’s 200 IM with a speedy 1:45.10, breaking yet another meet record.
Auburn swept Alabama in an in-state SEC rivalry meet at Auburn.
Will Kearsey was stellar for UConn through the rest of the session, winning the men’s 50 free by well over a second, touching in 19.55.
The biggest difference between Walsh tonight and her performance at this past Summer’s Pan American Games is that she came home much faster tonight.
Panziera already holds the 200 back national record at 2:01.56
Calypso Sheridan went on to win the women’s 100 fly in a personal best 52.69.