Lilly King (57.85) and Lindsey Kozelsky (58.70) both hit NCAA ‘A’ cuts for the Big Ten as they swept the top-3 spots in the women’s 100 breast
Siobhan Haughey came away with a win in the women’s 200 free over Mallory Comerford, opening up an early lead and holding even with the defending NCAA champ on the back half
The battle for #1 is heating up, with at least three teams in contention, and our staff is split across the top of the NCAA.
Ian Finnerty and Max McHugh went 1-2 for the Big Ten men in the 100 breast, with Finnerty putting up a 51.54 for the top time in the country. McHugh’s 52.19 is good for 3rd.
Fountaine, who came into her collegiate career with a personal best of 1:52.46 in the 200 free, won the 200 free with a 1:49.27.
Events like 75’s and 175’s of stroke were contested at the meet.
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Bowen Becker won another tight race for the B1G men in the 50 free, clocking 19.62 with seven of the eight swimmers cracking 20 seconds
Louise Hansson of USC has already swam a time that would’ve qualified for the 2018 NCAA Championships in six different events so far this season.
Swedish National Age Group and National Youth Record-holder Daniel Kertesz has verbally committed to Georgia Tech’s class of 2023.
Dominic Margarino of BLAST Sharks and Notre Dame High School has verbally committed to swim for the Trojans next fall.
Ryan Foote of Spokane Waves Aquatic Team has announced his verbal commitment to Utah for 2019-20.
Nelson posted nation-leading times in all 3 of her individual events this weekend in West Lafayette without a shave or taper
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Beata Nelson was dominant at the ACC/Big Ten College Challenge, winning three individual events, three relays, and putting up the #1 time in the NCAA in four different events.