Cal was under Stanford’s American record, but Abbey Weitzeil was swimming with her armed wrapped, so the record is not official under USA Swimming rules.
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.
Defending champ Mallory Comerford of Louisville is eyeing Missy Franklin’s record in the 200 free.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the fast day three finals action.
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Nelson destroyed all previous records Friday night, going 49.18.
There was just a hundredth between 4th and 5th, as well as 5th and 6th. Arkansas’ Anna Hopkin touched in 21.51 for 5th, while Cal’s Amy Bilquist popped a lifetime best 21.52 for 6th place
Stanford’s Brooke Forde, the 500 free champion, is on fire.
Beata Nelson’s American Record was broken by age group phenom Regan Smith earlier this month by just a hundredth. She’s got a chance to take that record back in finals.
Cal ran away with the 200 free relay on the back half and obliterated the NCAA Record and American Record by nearly a full second
It’s been 3 years since Abbey Weitzeil set the American Record in this pool. Tonight, she finally broke that record again, along with the NCAA Record.
ASU’s Cierra Runge was once the NCAA Record holder in the 500 freestyle, but tonight she’s looking for her first NCAA title in the event.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the night two action.
The relay tore past the rest of field on the back half of the race, thanks to an insane 41.36 on the back 100 between Amy Bilquist and Abbey Weitzeil.
Cal went 1:24.55 to break the NCAA, American, US Open, and pool records in the 200 free relay.