19-year-old Leon Marchand became the fastest man ever in the 200 SCY IM at NCAA’s last week. He is seeded 2nd in the 400 LCM IM going into day 2’s prelims.
Evelyn Meggesto, a Futures qualifier in the 200 fly, is headed south this fall to swim Division I as part of the Hurricanes’ class of 2026.
The Virginia Cavaliers have a star-studded roster, but don’t expect the NC State Wolfpack to let UVA to earn a third-straight title without a fight.
Jenny Halden, from Norway, won the 100 butterfly in a time of 52.77 placing her 43rd in the NCAA so far this season.
FGCU Senior All-American Petra Halmai (above) won three individual events for the Eagles, but it was not enough to match Miami’s depth.
Miami’s Carmen San Nicolas Martinez swam a 50.00 in prelims of the 100 free, before breaking 50 seconds with a 49.93 in finals.
Danika Huizinga, who transferred to Miami this past summer, won the 100 back in 54.93, touching first by nearly a second.
Miami (FL) is hosting a small women’s invite this weekend, with Vanderbilt and Iowa in attendance.
The University of Miami women topped FIU 162.5 to 137.5 in a Miami crosstown rivalry at FIU’s Biscayne Bay Aquatic Center.
Florida International emerged victorious in a crosstown dual with Miami as both schools recognized their senior athletes.
Barr, a freshman, claimed victories in the 200 free, 100 free and 100 fly while leading off Miami’s winning 400 free relay.
With that swim, Worden came in just under the 2020 Olympic Trials cut of 2:14.59.
On the third day of the Cary Sectionals, 4 meet records and 1 NAG were broken. Among them was Regan Smith’s 49.74 100 back, which is the 3rd fastest time ever in the event.
Serbia’s Andrea Todorovic has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Miami for 2019-20.
Adrianna Cera of the Marlins of Raleigh and Millbrook High School in Raleigh, North Carolina has verbally committed to the…