Her time ties Lia Neal for 10th all-time fastest performer in the SCY 100 free, and ties Neal for 9th all-time in the NCAA.
What’s kind of incredible here is that we pretty much know this relay has the ability to be faster.
Defending NCAA Champion Austin Katz will swim the 200 back on Saturday evening at Big 12s.
In an action-packed final day of competition at C-USAs, FIU hung on to win the team title over Rice, thanks to 4 event wins on the day.
Additionally, Tolman’s time ties our estimated NCAA invite time for the 200 breast this year, giving him a real chance at earning an invite.
Mark Nikolaev swam under 45 seconds for the 2nd time this season in the 100 back
Marie-Claire Schillinger won the 100 breast, posting a 59.68.
Carson Foster opted to not swim finals of the 100 breast after finishing 2nd in prelims, instead focusing on the 200 back.
Today we’ll get to see NCAA record holder Ian Finnerty swim his best event, the 100 breast, where he holds the meet record in 50.72.
FIU did get a swimming win tonight, as well, with Naomi Ruele posting a 22.15 to win in dominant fashion. That time is overwhelmingly likely to earn Ruele an invite to the NCAAs in a few weeks.
There was a tie in the women’s 50, with Madelyn Moore and Elisa Rodriguez both touching in 22.71.
Princeton freshman Raunak Khosla swam a speedy 1:42.80, out-touching Penn senior Mark Andrew (1:42.97).
On top of the incredible time, Eastin also negative split the race.
Grand Canyon pulled off a dominant win in the 200 medley relay, clocking in at 1:25.78.
Michigan’s time clocks in 3rd nationally this season, behind Alabama and NC State.