The Kentucky women and Louisville men emerged with victories as the intrastate rivals competed today in Lexington, Kentucky.
AESC’s George Glover VII will join Army West Point with times that would have scored at 2020 Patriots in the 100/200 free and 200 fly.
The win was monumental for the Illini, marking the program’s first Big Ten dual meet victory since October 12th, 2018, when they bested Michigan State.
Javier Acevedo had several clutch swims today, as Tennessee looked to have secured the meet win in the 400 free relay but wound up DQ’ing their A relay.
Washington State traveled to Seattle to face off against the Redhawks today, winning, and making it a perfect 9-0 record all-time against Seattle.
Casas swam a lifetime best in the 100 fly with a 44.98, cracking 45 seconds for the first time in his career.
Angus went 58.92 in the 100 breast, slicing .04 off of her NU record from last season, which moves her to the #4 slot in the country this season.
Florida International emerged victorious in a crosstown dual with Miami as both schools recognized their senior athletes.
NC State’s depth was on display in a 190.5-107.5 win over ACC rival Virginia, as eight different men earned individual wins for the Wolfpack.
Day 1 of the 2021 Flanders Qualification Meet saw big guns Arno Kamminga, Marco Koch and Femke Heemskerk among its top tier of talent.
Georgia Tech’s Caio Pumputis (above) won a pair of headline breaststroke duels against Alabama’s Derek Maas, but Alabama took the team win in a squeaker.
Schmidt swam only the 1650 today, clocking a 15:53.52.
The ‘pause’ until February 4 includes a block on competition, practice, and individual skills training for all athletics programs.
Paige Madden bounced back from a rare freestyle DQ to shine as the #1 Virginia Cavalier women overcame the #5 NC State Wolfpack in a tight team battle.
North Carolina Aquatic Club standout Lindy Bilden will swim for the hometown UNC Tar Heels in the class of 2026.