Mizzou freshman Daniel Wilson became the 5th Tiger in program history to break 46 seconds in the 100 fly, posting 45.98.
Adam Chaney had a historic week in Columbia, throwing down 20.7/44.9 backstroke and 18.7/42.2 freestyle for the winning gators
Another week of NCAA Division I conference meets are in the books, so let’s take a look at what happened in which conferences last week.
University of Georgia junior Keegan Walsh threw down a 1:41.16 in the 200 backstroke, likely punching himself a ticket to the NCAA Championship.
Florida Junior Kieran Smith was named the SEC men’s swimmer of the meet as he tied his own American Record in the 500 free
Florida maintained their dominance over the SEC this weekend with another championship. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All of the numbers.
with Smith swimming the 400 IM, it opened the floodgates for the freshman Magahey to take the SEC title in the 200 free.
Miriam Guevara was recently disqualified at the Women’s Big Ten championships under the “honest effort” rule. Was what she did really that egregious?
Check out race videos from Day 4 finals at the 2021 Men’s SEC Championships, which saw several meet records and nearly an American record.
Last chance meets are opportunities for swimmers to race again before the NCAA Championships, effectively ‘last chances’ for them to qualify for the meet.
With so much going on, SwimSwam wants to provide a quick snapshot at the highlights from yesterday’s collegiate conference meets.
Alabama freshman Matt King won the 100 freestyle and then led the Crimson Tide to a third straight win in the 400 free relay on the final night of SECs.
Bobby Finke will aim for a third straight title in the 1650 freestyle on the final night of SECs after smashing the American and NCAA Record last season.
Kieran Smith’s 91 individual points led the way for the Gator men, as they win a ninth-straight SEC title over Georgia.
Finke swam 14:12 for a second straight year, falling just a tenth shy of the fastest swim ever.