Photo Vault: Texas A&M Successful In Their First SEC Championship Meet
A pair of buglers await on the diving platform to play the National Anthem at the SEC Championships. Texas A&M put on quite a show as hosts of their first ever SEC Championship swim meet. (Credit: Janna Schulze/SwimSwam.com)
The Texas A&M women’s team took 2nd place overall in their first-ever SEC Championship meet: a meet that they hosted. Credit: Janna Schulze
Texas A&M coach Steve Bultman Credit: Janna Schulze
Texas A&M men’s team head coach Jay Holmes. Credit: Janna Schulze
Texas A&M coach Steve Bultman calls out splits to his managers; success in college swimming takes an effort of an army. Credit: Janna Schulze
Texas A&M’s Lili Ibanez is congratulated by teammates after they broke the SEC Championship Record in the 400 medley relay. Credit: Janna Schulze
Texas A&M’s Sarah Henry (left) and Maureen McLaine took 1st and 3rd in the women’s 1650 free. Credit: Janna Schulze
John Dalton (left) prepares to square off against Auburn’s Marcelo Chierighini (right) in the final of the 100 free. Chierighini eventually would win the race, but Dalton took 2nd in a new A&M School Record. Credit: Janna Schulze
Tess Simpson and Melanie McClure after their heat 5 prelims swim of the women’s 200 backstroke. Credit: Janna Schulze
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