The Kentucky women won their first ever SEC title last night, holding off Florida. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All of the numbers.
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While the Florida Gators are officially in the lead, the Kentucky Wildcats are in the driver’s seat after swimming lights-out in this morning’s prelims.
After 44 years of women’s swimming in the SEC Conference, Kentucky has secured its first-ever SEC Championship title by a margin of 53 points over Florida.
Stege crushed the previous program record by 5 seconds, winning at the SEC Championships. This is just the third official 1650 free swim of her life.
Texas A&M junior Kylie Powers injured a groin muscle in warmups before finals on Friday, causing her to add 5 seconds in the 100 breast.
After day 4 prelims, Kentucky devoured Florida’s 8 point lead and built their own 135 point lead over the Gators. Let’s see how the finals may play out.
Georgia’s Zoie Hartman, already winner of the 200 IM and 100 breast, will seek her 3rd SEC title of the meet on Saturday in the 200 breast.
UGA senior Courtney Harnish is out of the 100 free to focus on improving upon her 3rd place finish in the 200 fly from last year.
Watch out for Alabama’s Rhyan White tonight, as she’ll take on the 100 fly and 100 back, with the 100 back SEC record of 50.02 on high alert.
Lighting up the pool this evening, Poole took the 400 IM SEC crown in a 1-2 finish with sophomore teammate Gillian Davey, as both hit lifetime bests.
Parker Herren, who went to high school in rural Kentucky, came to Lexington as a ‘project,’ and has emerged as a star performer.
Izzy Gati was one of eight Kentucky swimmers to qualify for an ‘A’ final during Day 3 prelims at the Women’s SEC Championships.
Vanessa Pearl, the top returner in the 400 IM from the 2020 SEC Championships, is set to help Florida maintain their lead on day three.
LSU’s Juan Hernandez returned to the top of the SEC in this year’s first men’s diving event. He won the conference 1-meter title for the third time.