Senior Asia Seidt was a big part of the Wildcats’ big night, helping the team to dominant performances in the 800 free relay and 100 back.
Three Kentucky women earned two victories each, and Glen Brown won three events, as the Wildcat men and women defeated Ohio and South Carolina at home.
Kentucky freshman Caitlin Brooks won the 100 back, placed second in the 200 back, and led off Kentucky’s winning 200 medley relay as they beat IU and ND.
The 2019 New Zealand Short Course Championships kick-off in Auckland tomorrow, October 1st, with Bradlee Ashby among the competitors.
Allison Reed, who has served as an assistant coach with Kentucky since 2016, has been promoted to associate head coach of the men’s and women’s teams.
It’s a young Kentucky roster, though led by two star senior backstrokers in Asia Seidt (pictured) and Ali Galyer. How far can back and breast take one team?
Day 6 prelims include the men’s 100 fly, women’s 200 back, men’s 50 free, women’s 50 fly, women’s 800 freestyle, and men’s 4 x 200 free relay.
15-year-old Erika Fairweather is part of the very young New Zealand roster ready to take on the world in Gwangju next month.
Eve Thomas took silver in the women’s 400m free tonight in Auckland, dipping under the New Zealand ‘development consideration time’ for World Championships.
The New Zealand World Championships roster saw 2 names added on the 1st day of the 2019 New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.
Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt put on a show in the men’s 400m IM to claim his first gold of the 2019 New Zealand Open Championships.
Psych sheets are out for the 2019 New Zealand Open Championships slated to begin on June 17th in Auckland with Commonwealth Games medalist Lewis Clareburt.
Stanford’s Taylor Ruck will race Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson for the 200 back title.
In the 200 fly, we’ll see Stanford’s defending champ and NCAA Record holder Ella Eastin go up against USC’s Louise Hansson, who took down the 100 fly NCAA Record last night.
Stanford freshman Taylor Ruck has been 1:48.67 in the 200 yard backstroke this season, which would have been fast enough to win silver at last year’s NCAA Championships. But Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson has been faster still.