Mallory Comerford will step up for Louisville in the 800 free relay.
Like in 2018, the Stanford women again have 18 swimmers that will earn invites to NCAAs.
That marks Russia’s 6th National Relay Record at the 2018 Short Course World Swimming Championships. (Above: relay anchor Veronika Andrusenko).
Michael Brinegar (IU) dominated here, posting a 14:40.38 to win by 20 seconds.
The field in this morning’s final event was pretty tight, with Andreas Vazaios (NC State) leading the way, and 8th place finisher Cory Gambardella (IU) coming in only 2.26 seconds behind Vazaios.
Indiana’s Lilly King will take on NC State’s Sophie Hansson in tonight’s women’s 100 breast final at the IU Invite.
he Swedish breaststroker posted a lifetime best as she’s making her way through her first yards season, going 58.60 this morning in the 100 breast.
NC State’s Ky-lee Perry swam the fastest women’s 50 free in the NCAA so far this season in the prelims at the IU Invite, clocking 21.80.
Anastasiia Sorokina (middle) set a new Russian Junior Record at their National Championships in Kazan in the 400 IM.
The Louisville men and Virginia women lead after the first day of a two-day dual meet in Louisville.
Mallory Comerford won two individual events as the Louisville Cardinals topped Tennesee on the road.
Louisville made sure things weren’t close, after coming within a point of winning each of the past two years.
Senior Mallory Comerford leads a Louisville squad that returns every single swimmer from all five of last year’s NCAA relays.
Kliment Kolesnikov will lead-off the Russians in the mixed 400 free relay.
Mallory Comerford posted winning times of 1:59.38 and 59.87 in the 200 free and 100 fly.