Lydia Jacoby and something of a breakout swim for Texas, hitting a 57.54 for second place and a new national age groups record.
Anna Elendt and Lydia Jacoby were in a league of their own in the women’s 100 breast final.
Kelly Pash’s split on Texas’ 400 medley relay is the third-fastest 100 free relay split this season behind Gretchen Walsh (46.89) and Torri Huske (46.85).
Despite some key scratches, fans should be in store for some great head-to-head matches tonight in Minnesota, including the men’s 100 breast.
Jacoby’s time was over a second faster than her previous best time, and beats out Kaitlyn Dobler’s 57.71 NAG time set back in 2021.
Minnesota star breaststroker Max McHugh will be in action this morning in the men’s 100 breast.
Look for some close team battles between Texas and Cal on both the men’s and the women’s sides tonight, as the 200 MR and 800 FR will be contested on day one.
Carson Foster and the Texas men will take on Cal in a must-see showdown at the Minnesota Invite this weekend.
Breaststroker Anna Elendt posted the #1 time in the country in the women’s 100 breast, touching at 58.14 to top US Olympians Alex Walsh and Lydia Jacoby.
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Anna Elendt leads Germany’s roster on the women’s side, while defending champion Florian Wellbrock is notably opting out.
Texas plans on hosting a two-day competition against Virginia this weekend that will be a “one-of-a-kind dual meet experience”.