Matias Koski and the Georgia men topped the defending SEC champion Gators in Gainesville in a strong showing.
SwimMAC’s Michael Chadwick dropped over a second off his lifetime-best in the 100 free to pick up the win on night 4 of the Speedo Sectional in Athens.
Annie Zhu won a swim-off to make the A final of the 200 IM, one of 8 Georgia swimmers to make a championship heat on day 1.
Among the most damaging stats: Georgia put together 1-2-3 sweeps in 3 different events and went 1-2 in both of the women’s relays.
Chase Kalisz won his signature event, the 400 IM, to give him his third win of the evening. His time of 3:50.38 was an extremely solid in-season swim.
Micah Lawrence has been on a tear this season through the Grand Prix circuit, and she’ll try to extend that magic for SwimMAC in Irvine.
10-year-old Meghan Lynch of Greenwich YWCA already holds 10&under National Age Group records in both short-course breaststroking distances, and this weekend she extended her record-spree to the long course format.
10 year-old Megan Lynch took her 100 breaststroke out in 31.73, breaking the 50 breaststroke NAG record in route to smashing the 100 breaststroke NAG record by almost two seconds with a time of 1:08.07. Two-for-one special!
Way better than jumping in for a morning workout, the Georgia women go for a victory dip after winning the Team Title at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships.
Melanie Margalis has had the best short course season of her career. Can she close our her collegiate years with an NCAA title?
The marquee matchup pits American record-holder Emma Reaney of Notre Dame against the woman whose record she broke just a few weeks ago, Texas A&M’s Breeja Larson. But a tough field should make this more than a 2-horse race.
Melanie Margalis is already a star for those who follow the NCAA closely. On Wednesday, she has a chance to stamp her name upon a wider audience if she can beat the Olympian Beisel in the 200 IM.
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean took the first top seed out of Wednesday’s preliminary session in Georgia.
Clay Youngquist helped stabilize the Texas men after an early DQ. The Georgia women picked up a win after tying A&M last night on their swing through Texas.
Missy Franklin and Caeleb Dressel were the hands-down favorites for 17-18 Swimmer of the Year. Read the full story below.