It was a chaotic week in the NCAA. Among the highlights we break down Marchand’s swims, other NCAA leading times, and check in on the midseason transfers.
A relative newcomer to full-time swimming, Jack Berube (son of 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist Ryan Berube) has verbaled to UVA for 2023-24.
Saka (above) swam dual meet best times in the 100 and 200 backs and was not far off of his times from midseason as Georgia Teach defeated Queens.
As dual meets finish and prep for conferences start, we thought it would be a good time to check in on the swimmers still undefeated in individual events.
The BC Eagles had a dominant performance at their rivalry meet versus BU, breaking three school records and fifteen pool records.
Florida’s divers won all six events in their two-day meet with FSU, including Anton Svirsky (pictured) winning the men’s platform on Saturday.
Keelan Cotter graduated early for Green Hope High School and enrolled in NC State in order to begin training full-time with the Wolfpack varsity.
If Walsh does not swim at the upcoming Cavalier invite, she will have pulled off an undefeated pre-championship meet season.
Youssef Ramadan blasted 44.76 in the 100 fly to take over the NCAA’s top time, adding to the growing list of NCAA-leading times being swum this weekend.
Yeboah, a free and fly specialist, anchored the Swiss national record-setting 4×100 free relay in Abu Dhabi at the 2021 Short Course World Championships.
Dual meets are back: In one day of dual meet action, we saw five nation-leading times swum, showing that you don’t have to wait until March to be fast.
Nelson outsplit Walsh by nearly four seconds on her breaststroke leg, which allowed her to beat Walsh by 0.13 seconds in a very tight race.
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