We’ve already had timed finals of the 1650, where Georgia’s Jake Magahey won his third event of the meet with a strong 14:44.
Georgia junior Jake Magahey put up a blistering time of 4:12.91 in the men’s 500 free prelims, ranking him first in the country this season.
Luca Urlando won three individual events and added a blistering 24-flat 50 back lead-off on the 200 medley as the Bulldogs swept the Yellow Jackets in SCM.
The ASU men and Georgia women swept their tri-meet with Missouri, with Marchand 3-3 in his events and the Georgia women winning all but 3 events.
Rising junior Luca Urlando (above) dominated butterfly and IM events for Georgia last season. He also crushed the NCAA 100 back record on a relay lead-off.
Abruzzo, who has been named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America First Team three times, graduated in May with a degree in finance.
Two-time defending NCAA Champion in the 100 breast Max McHugh had as good of a shot as anyone as cracking the top two in that race at next week’s Trials.
With Jake Mitchell out of the meet, Carson Foster, who confirmed he would swim the event, could be the second ‘A’ cut that Team USA is looking for.
Kieran Smith was the 11th-ranked recruit back in 2018 but emerges as the top scorer in his high school class after four seasons in the NCAA.
200 IM champion Ellen Walshe has a big night ahead of her as the top seed in the 400 IM and the second seed in the 100 butterfly just minutes later.
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Auburn hosted SEC opponent Georgia for a men’s and women’s dual meet this past Friday, dropping both meets to the Bulldogs.
The Georgia Bulldogs had their second-highest finish in program history at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, but the graduation of two key pieces will force some creativity to maintain that spot this year.
Based on our records, Andrew Seliskar is the fastest junior in American history in a total of four short course meters events.
No. 2 seed Zane Grothe will not contest in the men’s 1500 FR following 10th-, 11th-, and 12th-place finishes. Meanwhile, Abbey Weitzeil will swim the 50 FR.