Shaine Cases (Texas A&M) and Erika Brown (Tennessee) both hold 4 national top times each after the first wave of college invites.
After a tough transition to the NCAA his freshman year, Alexei Sancov has hit his stride during his sophomore season at USC
The final session of the Art Adamson Invite is here, and with it we should see some of the best races of the meet.
Casas has been destroying his personal bests all weekend, and tonight in yards, his time to beat will be a 1:39.84 from the 2019 SEC Championships.
Louise Hansson, the defending NCAA Champion in the 100 and 200 yard butterflies, is the top seed in the 100 fly on Friday evening in College Station, Texas
A pair of big 100-meter fly swims highlighted this morning’s Art Adamson prelims: USC senior Louise Hansson went 58.14 and A&M sophomore Shaine Casas 52.34.
Our #1-ranking votes are no longer unanimous after a fast fall season for several top programs. The uncertainty after the top two also continues.
Rematch! Erika Brown won two races against Kate Douglass in a dual meet earlier this year. They could meet up to three more times at the Tennessee Invite.
Bob Bowman’s Arizona State men rolled past USC, marking their first home victory in the series in 16 years. The USC women, meanwhile, won their 12th-straight over the Sun Devils.
The top two teams are clear. Everything after that… completely unpredictable. Our five voters take an opening shot at preseason Power Rankings.
The seventeen-year-old Minakov says he plans to enroll at an American school next year after taking a pre-Olympic gap year.
The session includes a 200 fly swim-off, the prelims of the women’s 50 back, men’s 100 free, men’s 200 IM, women’s 200 fly, and the mixed 400 medley relay.
I ended up at the University of Southern California, catching the end of a taper practice with some of their postgrads who were gearing up for World Champs
Conference Championships brought some major shakeups to our final edition men’s Power Ranks, though our #1 rank continues to be an uneasy split between Texas and Cal.
The defending NCAA Champion Texas Longhorns have 20 swimmers who earned invites to NCAAs. They’ll have to drop 2 today, and another 2 if they want to invite their 3 qualified divers.