Claire Campbell of Lawrence, Kansas has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kansas, where she will swim for her father, head coach Clark Campbell.
Coming off an upset loss to in-state rival Texas A&M, the defending NCAA champion Texas men will travel to fast-rising NC State in the marquee dual of the weekend. Meanwhile the NC State women also battle Texas, with the Wolfpack ladies returning home from a brutal road swing in California against Stanford and Cal.
Texas A&M’s win over the Texas men was the biggest headline of the weekend, while the Texas women’s win over A&M was an upset in its own right.
With such a close dual on Friday between the Longhorns and the Aggies, Beryl Gastaldello walks us through the emotions of the meet
After red shirting last years season due to injury, Texas’ Ryan Harty is glad to be back racing for the Longhorns
Although John Shebat nabbed the win in the 100 fly, Bonetti made a hard charge on the last 25, similar to another 100 fly swimming fans have seen before…
Kansas won 10 of 16 events to win their second dual meet of the weekend.
Longhorn Joanna Evans swept her individual events, picking up 3 wins to help her team to victory
Shebat took the 100 fly, going out with a 22.45 on the front half and this time got his hands to the wall first, narrowly holding off Bonetti to win it 48.29 to 48.31
The Aggies had 2 swimmers, Béryl Gastaldello and Sydney Pickrem, pick up multiple individual wins
The Aggies did something they haven’t done in 55 years when they faced the reigning NCAA champion Longhorns in dual meet action: They came out on top.
Rule held a steady lead through the 200 fly, posting a 1:55.79 for the victory
Texas A&M’s Mauro Castillo Luna put together a winning triple to help the men achieve their first victory over Texas since 1962
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