NC State’s Nyls Korstanje was the fastest this morning in 19.29, a time that remains the fastest in the nation so far
NC State’s Andreas Vazaios was the fastest on backstroke (24.93) and 2nd-fastest on breast (29.83) in the field to win the men’s 200 IM in 1:43.02
Yeadon, who previously was ranked 3rd in the nation at 8:58.55, dropped down to 8:51.97 to take 2nd
Lilly King (57.85) and Lindsey Kozelsky (58.70) both hit NCAA ‘A’ cuts for the Big Ten as they swept the top-3 spots in the women’s 100 breast
Ian Finnerty and Max McHugh went 1-2 for the Big Ten men in the 100 breast, with Finnerty putting up a 51.54 for the top time in the country. McHugh’s 52.19 is good for 3rd.
Bowen Becker won another tight race for the B1G men in the 50 free, clocking 19.62 with seven of the eight swimmers cracking 20 seconds
Nelson posted nation-leading times in all 3 of her individual events this weekend in West Lafayette without a shave or taper
In terms of the biggest picture, MacNeil is now suddenly the 6th-fastest women ever after only a few months of swimming in a 25 yard pool.