Florida’s Kieran Smith and Georgia’s Zoie Hartman headlined the SEC’s weekly honors by being named the men’s and women’s swimmers of the week.
After dropping over 4 seconds in the 100 back between his freshman and sophomore year state meets, Hulet will look to become the Aggies’ next big backstroker.
Nate Stoffle has verbally committed to Auburn’s class of 2025. He will overlap two years with his brother, Aidan Stoffle.
Irish National Record-holder Mona McSharry, who won the 100 breast at 2017 FINA Junior World Championships, will swim for Tennessee next year.
The No.4/No.9 Mizzou men and women Tigers faced the Missouri State Bears on Saturday, taking down 9 Hammonds Student Center pool records.
Spurred on by an undefeated day for senior Santiago Grassi (above), Auburn picked up their first road win of the season on Saturday.
The Longhorns bookended the meet with nation-leading relay performances, ultimately winning all except two events behind strong underclassmen showings.
In the 200 fly, Pash roared to a 1:55.67 to win the event by 3 seconds and drop over a second from last weekend’s personal best.
Florida sophomore Kieran Smith doubled up for the Gators, including a 1:34.0 victory in the 200 free that’s the top time in the country so far this season.
Georgia freshman Zoie Hartman’s three victories weren’t enough for a Bulldog victory, as the Gator women defeated their SEC rivals by nearly 30 points.
Oregon 5A high school 100 breast record-holder Abby Maoz has indicated she plans to swim at LSU beginning in 2021-22.
Breast/IM specialist Emme Nelson of SwimMAC Carolina has verbally committed to Texas A&M University for 2020-21.
Zane Rosely made big jumps in the IM races as a high school junior and will now head to Kentucky next fall.
The Gators will welcome the Georgia Bulldogs for their home opener on Nov. 1. inside the Stephen C. O’Connell Center Natatorium at 11:00 a.m.
South Carolina swimming and diving returns home to face North Carolina on Friday, looking to avenge last season’s loss to the Tar Heels