He will be joining fellow Cal Bears Kathleen Baker, Amy Bilquist, Katie McLaughlin, Farida Osman, Ryan Murphy, Josh Prenot, Andrew Seliskar, and Tom Shields.
Dopo aver scoperto le squadre DC Trident, Cali Condors, Aqua Centurions ed Energy Standard, la ISL ha annunciato oggi le altre squadre che comporranno la prima…
After clinching 200 and 400 free wins, Trey Freeman has decided to drop the 1500 free and only focus on the 100 free.
Remedy Rule and Isabelle Stadden slimmed down their finals swims to improve from their #2 seeds. Meanwhile, Amy Bilquist scratched her #9 50 free seed.
Races to watch for tonight in Clovis are the women’s 400 IM, with Evie Pfeifer V. Sydney Pickrem, and the men’s 50 back, with Justin Ress V. Matt Grevers.
16-year-old Isabelle Stadden scratches out of the 400 IM at Clovis to focus on the 50 back and race college sprinters Ali DeLoof and Amy Bilquist.
With two more ISL team rosters yet to be announced, we’ve taken a look at the top international and U.S. names we’d expect to be up for grabs.
Psych sheets for the final stop of the Pro Swim Series have been released, showing a quiet setting than in the past PSS stops.
Cal’s recipients of the Pac-12 Tom Hansen Conference Medal for 2018-19 are Andrew Seliskar, who won three NCAA individual titles and was named the National and Pac-12 Swimmer of the Year, and Kristine Anigwe, the women’s basketball star who earned National and Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year honors before being selected in the first round of the WNBA Draft.
The TYR Derby Pro Swim isn’t just a swim meet – it’s a swimming experience. Now you get to relive the entire event, but with pancakes.
Quite a few athletes, having just wrapped up their collegiate careers in the NCAA, shared what the future holds for them moving forward in the sport as professionals.
Kennedy only gained two hundredths from her semi swim, though, and she snuck ahead of Bilquist and Comerford for 2nd. Kennedy takes home $3,000, Bilquist $2,000 in her first meet post-college, and Comerford takes $1,000.
Margo Geer and Mallory Comerford were first and second to the wall in the first round, respectively. Both went 25-low, with Geer at 25.14 and Comerford at 25.18.
Bilquist swam at Scottsdale Aquatic Club during her age group years, then moved to Indiana during high school, where she swam for Carmel Swim Club.
Margo Geer will battle with seven other women, including Olympians Mallory Comerford and Farida Osman, through three rounds of the 50 free this evening in Louisville.