This morning, MacNeil split 23.73/26.21, tonight, she was 23.56/26.03.
Indiana has 3 A finalists in the 100 breaststroke (led by 3-time defending champion Lilly King, above) and the 400 IM on Friday evening.
The top two from last year have graduated from the 100 fly, but Michigan freshman Maggie MacNeil has been a sensation, putting up some of the fastest 100 fly times in history. She’ll lead the field into this morning after winning the 50 free last night.
The time is the 10th fastest NCAA performance all-time, and ranks MacNeil as the 4th fastest 100 flyer in the NCAA all-time.
Beata Nelson will once again bypass the 100 fly to focus on the 100 back.
Siobhan Haughey will aim to defend her B1G title in the women’s 200 IM tonight in Bloomington.
Lilly King has taken the women’s 100 breaststroke to yet another plane of superpower.
Northwestern has earned a verbal commitment from 2x IHSA state champion and 200 IM record-holder Annika Wagner.
2019 B1G WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS When: Wednesday, February 20th to Saturday, February 23rd | Prelims 11am | Finals 6:30pm (6pm Saturday) Where: Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center,…
In the 200 IM, it was Wolverine Siobhan Haughey who won the 2018 title in 1:53.59, but Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson has dominated this year, going 1:53.08 mid-season.
The first night of the 2019 B1G Women’s Championships kicks off in Bloomington, Indiana, with the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
She just gets by what was the old fastest split, which was her 25.38 from the 2018 NCAA Championships.
Dunn swam to a 5th place finish in the 200 IM at the 2018 Winter Jr Champs – West in December.
Coaches Ray Looze and Mike Bottom (above) preview the upcoming B1G Championships in Bloomington.
With NCAA conference championship season approaching, many swimmer’s focus is on swimming a time fast enough to get them invited…