In addition to his primary events last year, he also has potential for the Aggies in the 100 breast. His 54.55 from a time trial at Pac 12s would’ve scored at last year’s SEC championships and landed him in 18th overall.
Notably, they’ll face Texas A&M in a dual meet, whose women finished as the runner-up to Georgia in the SEC. The teams also square off with Texas, where the men will rematch with the NCAA champion Longhorns.
One of the most interesting showdowns here could be the race between Brock Bonetti and UGA’s Tynan Stewart in the backstrokes.
After cracking the top 5 at NCAAs for the 3rd straight year in 2014-15, Texas A&M has released a schedule with a few exciting rivalries in the 2015-16 season.
The University of Missouri has released its 2015-16 schedule. Absent this year from the schedule are Auburn, South Carolina, and the Mizzou invitational in November.
U.S. Olympian Kathleen Hersey is one of five figures inducted into the Georgia Aquatic Hall of Fame over the weekend.
“Jos has experience swimming and coaching at the highest levels of the sport. I look forward to his passion and enthusiasm immediately paying off in coaching and recruiting.”
Jack Conger and the rest of the NCAA will be aiming for the 2016 NCAA qualifying time standards all season.
The time standards got much quicker this year, with 94.4% of the “A” standards faster than there were in 2015.
At the World Championships in Kazan, Ryan Lochte headlined Florida’s events with a dominating performance in the 200-meter IM (1:55.81).
Fifteen members from the University of Florida men’s and women’s swim team are scheduled to represent the Gators in San Antonio at the 2015 Phillips 66 National Championships from Aug. 6-10.
UF senior Jess Thielmann represented the current Gators with a top-10 finish in the 1500-meter freestyle. Theilmann, a Newcastle, England, native, swam a time of 16:21.21 and finished 10th-overall.
Three former Gators — Ryan Lochte, Sebastien Rousseau and Hilda Luthersdottir — and newcomer Jan Switkowski each took part in their respective events.
Kristian Gkolomeev, Anton McKee, Abbas Qali and Jack Hadjiconstantinou are slated to swim eight individual events in Kazan, Russia
On the men’s side, senior Corey Main, junior Mitch D’Arrigo, and sophomore Jan Switkowski are set to represent the Blue and Orange. Sophomore Theresa Michalak will also compete on the women’s end.