A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
Hopkin also won the 50 free (22.28), 100 free (48.96), and 100 fly (55.06), while Auburn had two women split 22-lows on 200 medley relay anchor legs.
A big sprint weekend from senior Julie Meynen at the SMU Classic has the Auburn Tigers looking like a team on the rise in the NCAA.
One of the most dominant wins of the day came from Louisville fly star Grace Oglesby, who swam a 1:55.09 to win the 200 fly.
Northwestern’s Calypso Sheridan won a pair of events on Friday to open the SMU Classic.
There’s a lot of agreement among rankers with the top four teams. After that… not so much. Stanford chases four straight NCAA titles this spring.
Australian national junior teamer Abbey Webb will start competing for Auburn this coming season, rather than in 2020 as originally believed.
Elijah Winnington was the big winner of the visiting Aussie & British squads who raced at U.S. Nationals, with the Bond swimmer nabbing 2 golds.
Take note of the foreign talent from Great Britain and Australia who will be taking on some of America’s best at this week’s U.S. Nationals.
Young 18&U Aussie swimmers such as Lani Pallister made their presence known at the 2019 Aussie World Trials that just wrapped up in Brisbane.
Abbey Webb, who won a silver medal anchoring Australia’s 4×100 medley relay in 54.90 at Youth Olympic Games, has made a verbal commitment to join the Auburn Tigers in the fall of 2020.
The 10 Australian women you need to be paying attention to including Ariarne Titmus (pictured above).
Rising Swedish star Sara Junevik comes into the women’s 100 fly as the #1 seed and will begin her pursuit of the sprint double after winning the 50 on day 4.
James Sutherland ist Autor des englischsprachigen Beitrages 2018 YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES – Jugend-Olympia 6. bis 18.10.2018 Schwimmen: 7. bis 12.10….