Missouri State senior Liberty Howell made history on night 2, winning the 200 free with a 1:46.72 to take her 4th 200 free MVC title.
Matzerath sliced a tenth off of his old best, and went under the Olympic cut by over a tenth, as the men’s 100 breast final will be a major race tonight.
Following an outstanding day of women’s 200 freestyles, this session will give us a look at how well they will fare in the 100.
After Biola established a lead on day one of the meet, the Pepperdine women managed to pull ahead on day 2 to lead the team battle.
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Watson posted a 1:56.42 to win the MAC title in the 200 IM for a 3rd-straight year, and pick up Akron’s 5th-straight title in the event.
Marek Osina won the 200 IM in conference-record fashion, going 1:45.18 ahead of teammate and former record-holder Emils Pone’s 1:45.43.
Davidson won the lion’s share of events, claiming two individual wins and one relay victory, while Richmond has been propelled by their depth.
Renshaw shot out to the lead, Wood in tow, to stop the clock at 2:20.89. Wood was second in 2:21.69, both over a second better than previous bests.
James Guy snagged the top seed in the men’s 200m fly this morning in London and will try to add his name to the Olympic roster in the event tonight.
The Australian women posted some solid in-season swim across the prelims and finals in the 200 freestyle at 2021 Nationals.
During the prelims of the women’s 100 back, Kathleen Dawson (59.16) and Cassie Wild (59.88) swam under Britain’s 1:00.23 Olympic qualifying time.
Campbell and McKeon led the way with prelim swims of 52.43 and 52.71, respectively during day 2 prelims at Australian Nationals.
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