Ivy Martin and Alyson Ackman were 48-low in prelims, making for a great finals showdown tonight. Indiana qualified 10 A finalists in trying to cut down Minnesota’s big team lead.
Louisville stayed hot on the final day of prelims at the AAC Championships, breaking more pool records and taking top seeds in 7 of the 8 events. Tanja Kylliainen is the top 200 flyer, looking for her third conference title of the meet.
On the final night of the UNYSCSA Championships, a few more records fell, and the Stevens men and Ithaca women claimed the overall leads, culminating in a victory. On the men’s side, the runners up in point totals were Ithaca. For the women, it was Stevens.
Brown University’s Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center is the site of the 2014 Women’s Ivy League Championships. As in past years, it has turned into a heated battle between Princeton and Harvard for the crown. The last session begins tonight at 6:00 p.m.
Courtney Bartholomew and her incredible shoulder rotation will take the top seed into the women’s 200 back final by a wide margin.
Florida’s Brad deBorde, beard and all, has looked unstoppable at this week’s SEC Championships. He and Auburn’s Marcelo Chierigihini will have two more matchups on Saturday.
Fink breaks down his record-breaking swim and how he plans to go under 51 seconds in the future.
Texas A&M University senior, Breeja Larson, popped a 57.24 100 breast, shattering the NCAA, U.S. Open, and American records at SEC Championships!
Cari Blalock congratulates Emma Nunn on a UNC 1-2 finish in the 400 IM at 2014 ACC Championships.
Full recap of Night 3 at the MPSF Championships, where Davis and BYU have comfortable leads on the women and men sides of the team race.
Wagner increased its lead over its Northeast Conference foes on Day Three of the NEC Championships. Bryant and Saint Francis University overtook Central Connecticut State at the battle for second through fourth intensified.
University of Denver’s Sam Corea won two events on Day Three of the Summit League Championships at IUPUI.
The Virginia Cavalier women crushed the ACC Record in the 400 medley relay on Friday night by three seconds.
The second to last night of the UNYSCSA championships saw records falling on both men’s and women’s side as the swimming got very intense and the rivalries were lived.
Cammile Adams is one of three top seeds for the A&M women in three individual events on Friday night in Athens, Georgia.