U.S. Open record-holder Ryan Lochte finished 3rd in the combined results of the men’s 200 IM on Friday morning.
While US National Team members were definitely active this morning, many of the biggest swims came from the 18 & under crowd.
We should be in for plenty of fast swimming at the Richmond location of the U.S. Open, thanks to a good mix of college stars and age group standouts.
American Record holder and NCAA Champion Dean Farris is one of 13 US National Team swimmers expected to swim in Greensboro.
The psych sheets are topped primarily by current UVA swimmers and age group stars, but there’s a couple former NCAA champions entered as well.
Founded in 1975, the Nashville Aquatic Club has grown to become one of the premier teams in not just the state of Tennessee, but in the entire country.
Sophomore Kate Douglass led the Cavaliers with three individual wins, but UVA also had three freshmen take two events each.
UVA continues to get some speedy intrasquad racing in before the Cavaliers embark on some away meets in the weeks to come.
This weekend will mark the biggest weekend in college swimming since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, with several teams competing in dual meets.
The University of Virginia’s women’s team time trialed the 200 medley relay following practice this morning, touching in 1:36.7.
59.7/2:10 breaststroker Emma Weber has given the UVA women’s swimming and diving team their 5th 2022 verbal commitment; 3 of those are top-20 recruits.
For the first time in SwimSwam history, we’re recapping an intrasquad. Yes, we really do miss college swimming that much.
The meet will serve as the collegiate debut for Alex Walsh, the top freshman female swimmer in the country this NCAA season.
With Zoe Skirboll’s verbal commitment, UVA has snagged 2 high-level recruits from the high school class of 2022 in as many days.
The Nashville Aquatic Club, including both Gretchen and Alex Walsh, returned to the pool for their first competition since March.