Previews & Recaps
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean (pictured) and Hali Flickinger could each win their third individual title of the 2016 SEC meet as Georgia aims to track down Texas A&M and Tennessee on the final night of action.
It’s the final day of competition at the 2016 SEC Championships and the race for a team championship on both the men’s and women’s sides is still a close one.
If the Georgia Bulldogs are going to make a run at a seventh-straight SEC women’s title, tonight is the night to do it, behind a top 200 fly seed from Hali Flickinger and a conference-leading 5 A-finalists.
Pace Clark set a new SEC and pool record this morning with 1:40.70 in the men’s 200 fly.
Tennessee breaststroker Peter Stevens was disqualified in the 100 breast and will be unable to compete for an individual SEC title. The officials called the DQ due to a dolphin kick motion during Stevens’ finish.
Caeleb Dressel did it again for the Florida Gators, breaking another American sprint freestyle record at the 2016 SEC Championships.
Caeleb Dressel rocked a 41.07 100 free to win the 2016 SEC title and be crowned the new American record holder.
An outstanding 100 breast field saw all 8 A finalists get under 53 seconds, plus SEC champ Michael Duderstadt break 52
Auburn continued a strong meet on the men’s side with a 1:40.59 SEC title from Hugo Morris in the 200 fly
Olivia Smoliga is on fire for the Georgia Bulldogs, swimming better than we’ve seen her swim in a full year
The SEC has named its female swimmers and divers of the year. Leading the way is Georgia’s Brittany Maclean, who has…
The Georgia women fell short at SECs, only placing third, but rebounded for a huge meet at NCAAs. They clinched…
With the NCAA season wrapped up, the SEC has announced its end-of-the-year award winners. For swim coaches, Gregg Troy has…
The Texas A&M women ended a 6-year SEC win streak for the Georgia Bulldogs, while the Florida Gator men held off a strong Auburn challenge to earn their fourth-straight conference championship.
Junior Anton McKee is the top 200 breast qualifier for the Alabama men, who are tied with Auburn at 5 A finalists apiece after this morning’s session.