Louise Hansson: It’s Easier to Set Goals When You Know Where You’re At

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  • Friday, October 13 – Saturday, October 14
  • Westside Aquatic Center
  • Lewisville, Texas
  • Meet Info
  • Live Results

The 24th annual SMU Women’s Classic concluded tonight in Lewisville, Texas. Trojan All-American Louise Hansson rematched with Michigan’s Clara Smiddy in the 200 back after a close race in last night’s 100 back. Hansson established a big lead at the 100-yard mark with a 54.41 split, holding on to beat Smiddy 1:52.26 to 1:52.52. They battled again in the 200 IM, with Hansson using her front half speed to win it in 1:55.80 to Smiddy’s 1:56.97.


  1. USC- 331
  2. Louisville- 330.5
  3. Michigan- 322
  4. UCLA- 239.5
  5. Miami- 230
  6. SMU- 209

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6 years ago

that’s interesting i never considered that for international NCAA athletes, there’s almost no major meet before their first conference championship/NCAA’s

must be tough to train for the unknown

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