Kieran Smith continued to post great times for the Gators this season, winning two individual events and provided excellent relay splits.
MSU women handled the Ladies, while the Spartan men tied Kenyon in swimming points, but pulled out the win thanks to 1-2 finishes in both diving events.
Demler’s first attempts at the 1000 free and 200 free came this season in at 3rd and 6th respectively in the Big Ten this year.
Fitch first won the 100 back, swimming a 49.76 to finish first, but also establishing the #1 time for DIII swimmers this season.
Brunzell went on to swim a 1:00.80 to win the 100 breast, posting great splits of 28.88 and 31.92.
She dropped 2.57 seconds from her season best in the 200 breast, finishing in 2:15.75.
Utes went at least 1-2-3 in 5 individual events. The best performance from a team perspective came in the women’s 100 breast, where Utah took the top 4 spots
Roberson won the 50 free in 19.78, becoming just the 11th swimmer to crack the 20 second mark in the NCAA this season
In the 200 fly, Pash roared to a 1:55.67 to win the event by 3 seconds and drop over a second from last weekend’s personal best.
ndividually, Gillilan first took the 200 fly in a season best of 1:58.50.
Sam Medlin (Houston) was a double event winner, sweeping the distance freestyles.
Follow along with us as results roll in and we’ll keep you up to date with the event results as well as the team standings.
Atherton, representing the London Roar ISL team in Budapest this weekend, broke both the SCM 200 back and 50 back Australian National Records.
Pash got the ball rolling early, speeding to a 1:46.42 in the 200 free.
Edwards started his day with a lead-off split of 23.28 in the 200 medley relay, which was the fastest backstroke split in the field.