Freshmen showed up big for both teams, claiming victory in 5 women’s events.
MJ Mao will be going for the breastroke sweep tonight after winning the 100 breast yesterday and putting up the fastest 200 time in this morning’s prelims.
Julie Meynen, an Auburn senior, tore to a 47.89 in the 100 free this morning, marking her 3rd fastest flat-start performance of her career.
Fans in Greensboro might be watching some nation-leading swims tonight from the likes of Beata Nelson and Coleman Stewart.
Duke’s Alyssa Marsh dominated the women’s 100 fly Friday night in Greensboro, winning in 51.25, over a second ahead of the rest of the field.
Beata Nelson and Nyls Korstanje highlighted this morning’s prelims, but there should be plenty of opportunities for more fast swims this evening.
Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson put up a nation-leading 1:53.85 in prelims of the 200 IM, one of many nationally-ranked swims from this morning’s Wolfpack Invite.
Marsh’s 22.58 fly leg on the 200 medley relay out-split the other flyers in the field as well as every freestyle anchor.
Courtney Harnish tripled up today, finding her way to the wall first in the 1000 free (10:01.88), the 200 free (1:48.25), and finally the 500 free (4:51.35).
The Duke swimming and diving program hosts SEC powerhouse Georgia in its annual Pink Meet Saturday at Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion.
Duke head coach Dan Colella and the Duke Swimming and Diving team announced the naming of six team captains for the 2019-20 season.
With World Championships and Pan American Games both on the horizon, that means one thing for elite athletes: taper time.
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Katie McLaughling put up a 1:57.64 in her 200 free LCM, ranking her in the top 25 times in the world this year.
The Duke swimming and diving program closed a historic 2018-19 campaign by celebrating accomplishments from the pool, the boards and the classroom Friday at the program’s annual awards banquet.