Grover swam 4 relays amid 5 events across two days of racing, which included a big season-opening split in the 200 free relay.
2018 U.S. national champ Ally McHugh took control of the women’s 400 IM early on the breaststroke leg and never looked back, soaring to victory in 4:41.90
Several Italian swimmers have announced their negative COVID-19 tests following an outbreak that occurred just after last month’s Italian Open Championships.
On their senior day, the FSU Seminoles raced to a 188-90 victory on the men’s side and a 226-48 win on the women’s side over the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs.
Kate Douglass tripled as the Virginia Cavaliers took down in-state rivals Virginia Tech Hokies in Charlottesville for Senior Day.
Justin Ress of Wolfpack Elite dropped out of the 50 free final to focus on the 100 back, which will be a showdown with his WOLF teammate Coleman Stewart.
Brendan Burns won both butterfly events as the IU men got the job done over Michigan and Northwestern, while Wolverine Maggie MacNeil went a 200 free PR.
Boulder City’s Zane Grothe has dropped the 200 fly for the 400 free, bumping Olympian Tom Shields into the A-final after a slower morning swim.
Coming off of his standout ISL season, Nic Fink picks up the win here in the men’s 100 breast in 1:00.84, pulling away from the pack over the last 25 meters.
Georgia handled the visiting Gamecock women, keying on a triple in three different strokes from senior standout Courtney Harnish.
Ryan Murphy will have a marquee matchup with Shaine Casas in the 100 backstroke on Saturday in San Antonio.
18 year-old David Curtiss hit a 21.87 personal best in prelims of the Richmond PSS this morning, becoming the fastest US swimmer in the 2020-2021 season.
Cox had a solid closing 50 in 30.75, out-touching Smith in a time of 1:59.42 to Smith’s 1:59.49. Cox swam a season-best of 1:58.97 in November.
Just over half an hour after her 200 free, Regan Smith finished off a very impressive double by winning the women’s 100 fly in 58.55.
In just her second long course race of the season, Lilly King took more than second off her heats swim in 1:07.14 to win the women’s 100 breast comfortably