With over a year remaining in the age group, Thumann’s performance moves him to 40th on the all-time rankings for the event.
Alabama’s Rhyan White will begin her pursuit of a four-peat in the women’s 100 back on Day 4 of the SEC Championships.
After setting a new meet record of 44.04, Jordan Crooks may be the next member of the sub-43 100 fly club on Day 3 of SECs.
After sizzling performances on day 2, Maggie Macneil and Jordan Crooks are both the top seed in the 100 fly on Day 3 of the SEC Championships.
Josephine Fuller is the top seed heading into tonight’s A final of the women’s 200 IM. Follow along with the whole SEC night 2 finals live recap here.
Tennessee sophomore Jordan Crooks will vie for a repeat title in the men’s 50 free on the first full day of action at the SEC Championships.
They’ve gotten some pieces back, but can the Tennessee women repeat as SEC champions without key pieces such as 3x SEC champion Ellen Walshe?
Arkansas hosted Little Rock for an in-state women’s dual meet on Saturday, winning in a 137-85 decision.
Arkansas hosted Liberty for a women’s dual on Friday afternoon, beating the Flames handily 177-122.
The Arkansas Natatorium pool record book got rewritten over the weekend, seeing records that have stood for decades go down.
That swim scared Hayes’ personal best of 1:58.06, which he set last March at a Sectional meet.
Campbell did not race in the 200 IM at the 2021 ACC Championships but her new record of 1:59.79 would have finished 15th.
The University of Arkansas set five new Kansas pool records as the Razorbacks topped the Jayhawks on senior night in Lawrence.
Florida’s Bobby Finke was named the SEC’s Men’s Swimmer of the Week, while fellow Gator Mabel Zavaros and Arkansas’ Andreas Sansores share the women’s award.
Virginia’s Alex Walsh blasted a 4:01.40 to break the ACC record in the 400 IM on night two of the Tennessee Invite. She beat the winning time at 2021 NCAA’s.