Kelsi Worrell of Louisville will look for her 3rd win in as many events tonight as she is the top seed in the 100 free.
Haley Lips led Indiana to a victory over Louisville with two wins and a second place finish on Friday.
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Louisville take down in state rivals Kentucky.
The Louisville Cardinals continue to light up the pool as they take on Ohio University, Wright State University, Illinois State,…
Louisville swimmer Andrea Cottrell, Virginia Tech diver Ashlynn Peters, Georgia Tech swimmer Moises Loschi and Pitt diver Dom Giordano were named this week’s Atlantic Coast Conference Swimming and Diving Performers of the Week.
After two NCAA titles, an American record and two of the fastest relay splits in history, it’s Kelsi’s Worrell-d, we just live in it.
Japan’s Reona Aoki touched first at the 50m mark with nearly a body-length lead. Her teammate, the top-seeded Keiko Fukudome, who would take the gold medal, as she surged ahead over the final 50m of the race to beat Aoki by over a second, 2:24.92 to 2:26.17.
Brazil’s Henrique Martins surged in the final 20m of the men’s 100m freestyle to win gold at the 2015 World University Games.
Leah Smith won two Gold medals for Team USA on the fourth day of the 2015 World University Games in Gwanju, South Korea.
Andrea Cottrell, Seth Stubblefield, and Jack Conger each won their respective semifinal races on day 4 of the 2015 World University Games in Gwanju, South Korea.
“We are looking forward to represent U of L at the Women’s NCAA Championships,” Head Coach Arthur Albiero said, “We have had a fantastic season led by a special group of seniors who have been catalysts in setting the vision and goals for our program, and now we are ready to display our preparation.”
The Georgia Tech and Louisville men watched their best swimmers collide three times, with Andrew Kosic and Joao de Lucca each winning once and tying each other in the 50 free.