Despite winning both relays, Iowa State only claimed victory in 3 of 14 individual events. Each of those 3 individual wins came from different swimmers.
Sydney Angell won the 100 breast with a 1:03.69, while freshman Kobie Melton won the 100 back with a 56.14.
In the end, the Spartans could have secured the win if not for their winning A 200 medley relay getting DQ’d in the first event of the meet, instead handing the event victory to Rutgers.
SMU’s Erin Trahan posted a some quick times to pull off a triple event win.
Notre Dame went 1-2-3-4-5-6 in the women’s 50 free.
Jasmine Margetts (Washington State) pulled off a triple event win.
Arkansas’ Anna Hopkin continued to post impressive times this fall
Morgan Bullock, an NCAA B-finalist in the women’s 200 fly last year started out her session with a 24.93 fly split on the 200 medley relay.
Daigneault swam to victory in the women’s 200 free (1:49.27), and the 100 fly (55.82).
Marie-Claire Schillinger was instrumental in leading the way for Rice, taking the 100 and 200 breaststrokes, and was on the winning 200 and 400 medley relay, as well as the winning 200 free relay.
Illinois freshman Abby Cabush posted a 1:51.91 to win the 200 free, splitting the race very tightly.
Both of Nelson’s backstroke times are currently ranked 3rd in the nation this season.
Florida freshman Leah Braswell stormed to a 9:54.36 in the women’s 1000, beating out teammate Taylor Ault (sophomore), who went 10:00.38.
This marked the first time in program history that Indiana State has beaten a Big Ten opponent.
tah’s premiere sprinter, sophomore Rodolfo Moreira, put up some solid times in the sprint freestyle events.