The Lady Golden Bears won in convincing fashion and the Stanford men did the same on the last day of racing at UNLV.
Texas A&M won both the men’s and women’s sides of the Art Adamson Invite in College Station, TX.
TCU’s Sebastien Arispe and Tyler Crosson used rock-paper-scissors to decide the outcome of a swim-off.
The Cal women and Stanford men continued to extend their leads at the UNLV Invite, while the Rebels had some big performances at home.
The Missouri women remained strong on Friday, with Katharine Ross becoming the school’s first woman under one minute in the 100 yard breaststroke.
The Texas A&M women charged back to take the lead from Stanford, while the Aggie men added to their already-sizable margin.
Three Aggies, including Breeja Larson (above), jumped to the top of the National Rankings on Friday morning in College Station.
Missy Franklin won four times, but Dillon Virva was the star of the night at day one of the UNLV Invite.
The Stanford women lit things up early at the Art Adams Invite hosted by Texas A&M.
Sean Bloore will head to Utah and Natalie Amberg will travel south to UCLA next fall. (Photo Credit: Crow Canyon Sharks Twitter)
UNLV’s Dillon Virva now leads the nation in the 50 free.
Nobody was coasting through the morning prelims at the 2013 Art Adamson Invitational in College Station, Texas.
The Georgia women are one of the many top teams competing this weekend. Stay up to date with all of the necessary links and previews here.
Utah Head Coach Joe Dykstra and his assistant Jonas Persson sit down to talk about a morning sprint set with SwimSwam’s Garrett McCaffrey.
Clovis Swim Club standout, Connor Hoppe, draws a large crowd of support for his NLI signing.