Tomer Frankel of Indiana led the way in the 100 fly this morning. The IU men have four A finalists in both the 100 breast and 100 backstroke.
Ferris blasted a time of 51.49 in the 100 back final, lowering the Mountain West Record of 51.92 established by Anika Apostalon in 2014.
Harvard has extended their lead over Princeton, who has, in turn increased their advantage over Yale. But 3rd, 4th, and 5th are up for grabs.
The Houston women put five swimmers into ‘A’ finals, including four in the 200 fly, which should distance themselves from TCU in the runner-up race.
Stanford sophomore Lucy Bell and freshman Caroline Bricker both chose the 400 IM over the 100 breast on Friday morning as the Cardinal look to overcome Cal.
USC senior Kaitlyn Dobler has already been faster in the 100 breast this season (46.99) than her Pac-12 Championships meet record from last year (57.10).
Burns is entered 1st in the 100 back, where he also holds the meet record with a 44.31 and the conference record with a 43.61.
Reigning national champion Lydia Jacoby enters the penultimate day of Big 12s with a chance to defend her conference title in the women’s 100 breast.
Day 3 of 2024 Ivy Men’s Championships will consist of heats of the 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back. The 1000 free will swim later.
Taiko Torepe-Ormsby was a prelims only swimmer last year for the Badgers but won the men’s 50 free at Big Tens tonight in a 18.76.
Gal Cohen Groumi is the Big Ten’s best swimmer this season in both the 100 fly and the 200 free this season, leaving a big choice for Friday.
Emma Sticklen looks to add to the Texas Women’s dominance in the 200 fly, but has teammates behind hungry for the win and a nation leading time to reclaim.
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