Nocentini, the Northwestern record holder in the 50 free, experimented with breaststroke events in her team’s season opener and had some formidable results.
On Friday, Summer McIntosh beat Katie Ledecky by 0.08 seconds in the women’s 400 free, breaking the World Cup and World Junior Records.
Hayes is the #2-ranked recruit in the girls class of 2024, and comes in with the accolades of being a worlds medalist and a former world junior record holder.
Watch the race videos from Saturday’s dual meet matchup between Virginia and Florida courtesy of SwimSwam’s YouTube channel here.
See some photos of Virginia swimmers from the UVA vs. Florida meet, which were taken by UVA photographer Johnny Pace, here.
Moesch holds best times of 21.97, 47.76, and 1:44.10 in the 50/100/200 free, making her the fastest sprint freestyler in the high school class of 2024.
Walsh beats out Maggie MacNeil’s mark of 50.84 from two weeks ago to become the second woman under 51 seconds in a practice suit.
Follow along as SwimSwam live recaps Saturday’s dual meet matchup between the #1/9-ranked Virginia and the #11/3-ranked Florida teams.
Coetze is set to make an immediate impact when he arrives at Cal, holding long course times that would already be in NCAA scoring range if converted to yards.
In this article, we review some of the biggest storylines that will be coming out of this weekend’s dual meet between Virginia and Florida.
Kaitlyn Dobler and Reid Mikuta went times of 57.83 and 51.41 in the 100 breast respectively, which both would have scored at NCAAs last season.
Downs scored half of Purdue’s 86 points from men’s NCAAs last year, and the Boilermakers will likely move out of the top 25 following his departure.
Berkoff swam a 52.45 100 back on Saturday, which sits behind Maggie MacNeil’s 51.10 as the second-fastest time this season in official competition.
Quintin McCarty, one of the fastest freshman sprinters in the NCAA, went 19.44 in the 50 free unsuited and was just 0.09 seconds off of his personal best.
Dillingham will be a major boost to the USC men, who have lost several of their top swimmers to the transfer portal this past year.