After tonight’s session, the Stanford Cardinals maintain their lead. However, the Cal Bears narrowed the lead to a 16.5-point margin.
Finke swam 14:12 for a second straight year, falling just a tenth shy of the fastest swim ever.
Redshirt senior Javier Acevedo led a group of four Georgia swimmers who advanced to the ‘A’ final of the 200 backstroke on Day 4 at SECs.
Ohio State’s dominance continues with 13 returning swims, all in either the A-final or B-final, setting every Buckeye up for picking up double-digit points.
It’s a busy morning for the Big 12, with ten prelims events lined up. 500 free champ Evie Pfeifer should lead the 400 IM field this morning.
Georgia freshman Luca Urlando will race his best event, the 200 fly, on Day 4 of the Men’s SEC Championships in Columbia, Missouri.
Cal’s Izzy Ivey will defend her 2020 Pac-12 title in the 100 back today, part of a busy prelims session from Houston, Texas.
Watch race videos from Thursday night at the Men’s SECs, including Camden Murphy (pictured) winning a tight battle in the 100 butterfly.
Florida freshman Adam Chaney went 45.44-45.29-44.99 all in the same night in the 100-yard back. He is now the #2 17-18 swimmer in history behind Ryan Murphy (above).
Five Cal Bears were under 22 seconds in the 200 free relay, including junior Izzy Ivey’s 21.14. In total, 9 Pac-12 women went under 22.
With the addition of Chaney, Florida has its most complete medley relay team in years, highlighted by their school record in the 400 MR.
UVA freshman Matt Brownstead won the ACC 50 free title today with a 18.88, becoming the third freshmen in two days to get under 19.0.
Shaine Casas will be apart of a loaded final tonight in the 100 fly, with him, Camden Murphy and Luca Urlando all breaking 45 seconds in the prelims.
Washington State senior Chloe Larson won the 50 free Pac-12 title, followed by a three-way tie for second from UCLA’s Grover, Cal’s Riley, and USC’s Dobler.
US National Teamer Torri Huske made her mark on the final day of the 2021 VHSL Class 6 State meet, breaking two National High School records.