it was Pawel Werner who used excellent walls to get past South Carolina’s Akaram Mahmoud in the last 75 or so.
Lisa Bratton took almost a full second off of her previous best to blast the 1:54.94 that earned the Texas A&M sophomore the SEC title
Sydney Pickrem and the Texas A&M Aggies earned double the A final slots of any other team, and hold the top seeds in two of three events on day 3.
Brittany MacLean (pictured) nabbed the top 200 free seed to go with her 500 free title from day 2.
Patching was out incredibly quick in 46.90, and didn’t concede much on breaststroke to either Gator. He now owns the NCAA’s #1 time.
Smoliga now holds the three fastest 50 free times in the entire NCAA this season, and this makes her perfect at SEC Championships in this event.
No, Caeleb Dressel’s 18.23 record-breaking swim was NOT a dream. Relive it in this Day 2 highlights video from the 2016 SEC Championships.
Colleen Callahan smiling at the finish of her 200 IM on day 2 of the SEC Championships.
Will Troy keep his word of shaving his mustache since Dressel went 18.39? (and then faster in finals!)
Who knew? All it took was four key swimmers returning from redshirt semesters to turn USC into the fastest-rising team in our final regular-season power rankings.
18.23 destroys his 18.39 from this morning, which in and of itself destroyed NCAA, American, and U.S. Open records
Caeleb Dressel blasted an inconceivable 18.23 in finals of the 50 free tonight to reset his hours-old American, NCAA, and U.S. Open records.
Kentucky junior George Greenhalgh didn’t wait for Friday’s individual 100 breaststroke event to lock up his qualification for the 2016 NCAA…
Update: SwimSwam’s Coleman Hodges, who is at the meet, has confirmed that Dressel is not shaved. Florida sophomore Caeleb Dressel added…
Florida sophomore Caeleb Dressel just broke the U.S. Open Record in the 50 yard free.