Max McHugh of Minnesota stole the show with the nation’s #1 time in the 100 breast and the T-3rd-fastest 50 breast split in history on the 200 medley relay.
Matthew goes into details of where the hardest struggles came, how his diet changed, and being too sore to even sleep some nights.
Notre Dame sophomore Coleen Gillilan won every event she raced in this weekend, including relays.
The Bears were hot off the blocks, winning five of the first six races, propelling UNC to a big lead early and they never looked back.
The Rebels took 10 of 12 events en route to a 196-103 victory over the Wolfpack at Lombardi pool.
The Blue Devils finished 1-2 in nine events on the day en route to a decisive 184-5-112.5 triumph over the Pioneers.
World champion Maggie MacNeil is one Wolverine uniquely affected as she would have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine in order to return home to Canada.
Christina Spomer of Omaha Swim Federation will bring Summit League-scorable times to the Coyotes in the 50 free, 100 free, and 100 breast.
NCAA record-holder Kieran Smith of Florida won three events on Saturday as the Gators swept the Auburn Tigers to close the regular season.
USC junior Isa Odgers earned two event wins to close out USC’s tri-meet while the UCLA Bruins won five events on Saturday.
The Kentucky women and Louisville men emerged with victories as the intrastate rivals competed today in Lexington, Kentucky.
AESC’s George Glover VII will join Army West Point with times that would have scored at 2020 Patriots in the 100/200 free and 200 fly.
The win improves FIU’s record to 2-0 in dual meets this season, after the Panthers calmed the Miami Hurricanes with a victory in Coral Gables the day prior.
The win was monumental for the Illini, marking the program’s first Big Ten dual meet victory since October 12th, 2018, when they bested Michigan State.
Javier Acevedo had several clutch swims today, as Tennessee looked to have secured the meet win in the 400 free relay but wound up DQ’ing their A relay.