The Georgia women won their 6th-straight SEC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship on Saturday in Auburn, Alabama.
Georgia’s Matias Koski took home the title in the men’s 1650 free on Saturday night, despite doing an extra flip-turn at the end of his race.
Kentucky’s Danielle Galyer threw her name into the mix in perhaps the NCAA’s most insanely deep event, the 200 backstroke.
Alabama’s Kristian Gkolomeev moves up to #1 in the NCAA with his blazing 41.68 to win the SEC 100 free championship.
Caeleb Dressel lowered his 100 free 17-18 NAG record into new territory tonight.
Kyle Darmody and Auburn have 6 A finalists to lead all teams on the final night of SECs. Will it be enough to reel in Georgia and Florida?
Caeleb Dressel hit a new lifetime-best and broke the 17-18 National Age Group record to lead the 100 freestylers on day 5.
Florida Gator Caeleb Dressel now holds two 17-18 NAG Records, adding the 100 freestyle to his 50 freestyle record he earned earlier in the 2015 SEC Championships.
There were plenty of intriguing winners on night 4 of the 2015 SEC Championships, including Kaylin Burchell in the women’s 100 breaststroke. See video highlights here.
See what event winners and coaches had to say about Friday at the SEC Championships, plus notes about school records and other top accomplishments for each school, including Chase Kalisz (above).
Georgia’s Nic Fink has now won the 100 breaststroke SEC title four times in a row. 4 times….4x….1-2-3-4
The Georgia women still have a sizable lead after Day 4 of the 2015 SEC Championships, while on the men’s side the Florida Gators men are being stalked by the Bulldogs.
Alabama’s Kaylin Burchell blasted a monster morning swim in the women’s 100 breaststroke to give her the top seed headed into tonight’s Finals.
Led by 2nd-seeded Hali Flickinger, the Georgia Bulldogs have four swimmers in the A-Final of the women’s 200 fly on Friday at the 2015 SEC Championships.
Molly Hannis is looking to continue her 100 breaststroke domination by earning the top spot from her prelims swim, but she will face some fierce competition along the way.