Video interview is courtesy of Kelsey Floyd. Video edit is courtesy of Coleman Hodges.
Jeremy Kipp, with some 15 years of collegiate swimming coach experience, is USC’s head assistant swimming coach in his seventh year at USC.
Arizona’s Michael Meyer won the 400 IM one night after winning the 200 IM, and he also put up the third fastest time in the NCAA in the process. Meyer went 3:41.73 to blow away the field, leading by nearly 3 seconds before the race was even half over.
Kasey Carlson won an extremely tight race over Arizona’s Margo Geer in the 100 free.
Kevin Cordes broke the American and U.S. Open Records in the 100 yard breaststroke on Friday night at the 2013, swimming a 50.70 to better the 50.74 he went at the 2013 NCAA Championships. His time was the fastest 100 yard breaststroke in history.
In prelims of the men’s 100 fly, that famous Arizona mid-season taper reared its head, and senior Giles Smith took the top seed in the men’s 100 fly in 44.75. That time would’ve placed him behind only the now-graduated Tom Shields at NCAA’s last season, in a race where Smith was 6th.
Check out this close-up video of Kevin Cordes’ American record in the 100 breast from last night’s Texas Invite final, courtesy of the University of Texas.
Bonnie Brandon closes in on three titles for Arizona in what’s been a banner weekend for the sophomore.
Kevin Cordes shaved four one-hundredths off his own American record in the 100 breast for Arizona on Day 2 at the Texas Invite.
Kevin Cordes has rebroken his own American Record in the 100 yard breaststroke on Friday night.
Kevin Cordes was just a tenth off his own American record at prelims of the Texas Hall of Fame Invitational.
Margo Geer and the Arizona Wildcats tore up day one of the Texas Hall of Fame Invitational.
Arizona’s Giles Smith had an unbelievable prelims swim on day 1 of the 2013 Texas Hall of Fame Invitational.
The Utah swimming and diving team signed 19 athletes to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period, head coach Joe Dykstra announced.
Stanford senior Maya Dirado leads the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cut times. She talks about the season so far, the impact of a healthy Felicia Lee and the difference between fall and winter training.