Florida’s Aleksas Savickas, a freshman from Panevezys, Lithuania, swept the breaststroke events at the 2022 Toyota U.S. Open Championships.
Youngstown State’s Aleksa Radenovic and Oakland’s Susan LaGrand earned Horizon League Men’s and Women’s Swimmer of the Week honors, respectively.
All eyes are on Italy and Hungary for the weekend: Padova, Rome, Budapest and Eger will host the four qualification tournaments in the Champions League Women.
Minnesota’s Joy Zhu (Women’s Diver), Drew Bennett (Men’s Diver) and Alberto Hernandez (Men’s Freshman) picked up Big Ten weekly honors.
Chloe Stepanek dominated the freestyle events, securing the top spot in the 50 (23.14) and 200 free (1:47.95).
It was a hard-fought victory for the Princeton women, as they scored 1,080.5 points to overcome Utah (999).
Omaha won the women’s title over St. Cloud State, while the Huskies won the men’s crown over the Mavericks.
Marchand has gone undefeated so far this season, including setting new ASU school records in the 200 fly (1:39.57) and 400 IM (3:33.57).
Pitt swimmers Cooper Van der Laan and Sophie Yendell have been named the ACC Men’s and Women’s Swimmer of the Week, respectively.
SMU’s Nicole Stambo won both of the diving events against TCU, earning her AAC Women’s Diver of the Week.
Stanford’s Curzan had a very strong showing at the Wolfpack Invite, including setting individual meet records in the 50 free (21.55) and 200 back (1:48.50).
Gassmann was named the Outstanding Swimmer of the ECAC Championships, winning the men’s 100 free (44.69), the 100 fly (44.67) and 200 fly (1:47.99)
Lehman notched her second NCAA Zone qualifying score on the 3-meter board of the season, winning the event against Richmond with a score of 285.83.
The UMBC men’s swimming and diving squad emphatically defended the ECAC Winter Championship, outscoring their nearest competitor by 780.5 points.
Dahlgren placed first in the men’s 100 free (43.96), 200 fly (1:44.96) and 100 IM (48.22) as the Tigers cruised past the Bears.