For Gonzalez, even though the postseason was wiped out by the coronavirus pandemic, the 2019-2020 season was a trajectory-changing success.
The Tennessee women won their first SEC title in program history, led by three dominating wins and three relay titles from senior Erika Brown.
Miriam Guevara piled up 10 individual event wins across three events in the month of January, leading Northwestern’s women to a 6-2 record.
Abbey Weitzeil set an American record and powered her California Golden Bears into the #1 spot in our NCAA Power Rankings early in the month of December.
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Pitt junior Blaise Vera has been the breakout sprinter of the NCAA’s fall season, with a nation-leading, career-best 50 freestyle in November.
It’s been a month of fast swims at the college level, and two of the biggest dual meet wins have gone to Erika Brown and the Tennessee Volunteers.
September isn’t a very busy month of swimming for most Americans. But for Sherridon Dressel it was. Florida swam three meets last week and Dressel starred.
Between U.S. Nationals and World Juniors, Gretchen Walsh was on fire in the month of August, dropping her best times in five events and winning six WJ golds.
Zach Apple made most of July opportunities at both Worlds and Universiade – he finishes with 5 World University Games golds and 4 World Championships medals.
Riptide 17-year-old Regan Smith had an impressive month of June, even beyond her world junior record 100 back. Smith hit three freestyle lifetime-bests, too.
It’s been an outstanding month of May for high school junior Luca Urlando, in both short course and long course.
In the hunt for the 2019 Pro Swim Series crown, it’s been the backstrokers running the show.
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