Breeja Larson of Texas A&M has only swum some 50’s in relays so far at the 2014 SEC Championships.
Georgia’s Chase Kalisz says that his rest for this year’s SEC Championships is “probably the shortest rest he’s ever done.”
Chase Kalisz is the defending NCAA champion in the 400 IM, but he’ll have his work cut out for him tonight: top seed Dan Wallace has been on fire this week.
University of Georgia freshman, Olivia Smoliga, broke the school record in the 50 yard freestyle final on day two of the five day SEC Swimming and Diving Championships held at UGA with a time of 21.54.
The Florida men should cut Auburn’s lead by about 100 points on Wednesday night at the SEC Championships. Find out how within.
Georgia’s Lauren Harrington should certainly place higher than her seed in the women’s 100 fly, and will be looking to win as her team hasn’t lost a race yet at the 2014 SEC Championships.
Melanie Margalis is already a star for those who follow the NCAA closely. On Wednesday, she has a chance to stamp her name upon a wider audience if she can beat the Olympian Beisel in the 200 IM.
Duke senior breaststroker Christine Wixted will have more than individual events to swim at this year’s NCAA Championships, as the Blue Devils have qualified their first ever women’s relay for the meet.
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean took the first top seed out of Wednesday’s preliminary session in Georgia.
Brittany MacLean leads a pack of 4 Georgia Bulldog women in the A-Final of the 500 free heading into tonight.
Morgan Priestley seems to have most of the answers swim fans are looking for when it comes to championship season. This week Garrett and Morgan look at the AAC, ACC, BIG 10, and SEC.
Florida senior Elizabeth Beisel has chosen the 200 IM over the 500 free for her 2nd day individual event at the SEC Championships.
Georgia men’s coach was on deck for warmups at the 2014 SEC Championships.
Florida’s Marcin Cieslak was a part of both Florida SEC title-winning relays on Tuesday.
Marcelo Chierighini and the Auburn Tigers look to get out to a hot start on night one of the 2014 SEC Championships