The 2022 Purdue Invite is in the books, seeing the Louisville Cardinals win the women’s team title in dominant fashion.
The final day of the 2022 Purdue Invite is here and the last prelims session of the meet is in the books.
Louisville had probably their strongest showing of the night in the women’s 100 fly final, where the Cardinals had the top four finishers.
The Cardinals got out to a fast start, breaking the pool record in the women’s 200 free relay, and clearing the NCAA ‘A’ standard by a wide margin.
Cal Baptist’s Remi Fabiani, the 2022 WAC champion in the 50 free, clocked a 19.44 to post the time of the men’s 50 this morning.
More top-ranked recruits have been heading to Louisville, and they’ve been making quick impacts at both the conference and NCAA levels.
Alex Walsh set the American and NCAA Records tonight in the 200 IM winning in a time of 1:50.08 at the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships.
Virginia sophomore Alex Walsh is the top seed in the 200 IM tonight heading into finals by over a second. Walsh won the event last year in a time of 1:51.87.
Douglass broke the U.S. Open, American and NCAA Records by clocking 20.87 in the 50 free prelims at the Women’s NCAA Championships.
Penn’s Lia Thomas, a transgender swimmer who has attracted international attention, swims her 1st NCAA race on Thursday morning as top seed in the 500 free.
Greater Toledo’s Scotty Buff broke the NCSA meet record in the 50 back, one of four individual records to fall this evening.
Though ACC records were broken all night, the most exciting race came at the end, when the Virginia women smashed the US Open record in the 400 medley relay.
All seven individual events tonight at the 2022 ACC Championships will each feature the defending champion trying to defend their titles.
Louisville’s Evgenii Somov and Nick Albiero will each be swimming for a fifth-straight ACC title in their respective individual events today.