With top recruit Bella Sims coming to Gainesville along with former top recruit Isabel Ivey, the stars seem to be aligning for Nesty’s crew this season.
The 2017 NCAA champion in the 200 IM, Szaranek broke 2:00 in the long course event for the first time in five years at the four-day meet.
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 day one of the 2023 ACC and SEC champs, we’ll play the favorite game of SwimSwam commenters: jumping to conclusions after a single day of racing.
The 2023 SEC Championships get underway in College Station, Texas with diving, the 200 medley relay, and the 800 free relay.
Florida freshman Zoe Dixon (above) swam two season bests and won three events against rival Florida State on Friday.
Alec Enyeart won by over 20 seconds and will be arriving at Texas this fall. It was a best time by about six seconds.
Enyeart was almost four seconds faster in the 400 free this year than he was at this meet a year ago and would have finished 6th at US International Trials.
Ponsler was second in the event at Wave I Trials last summer in a 4:22.23 which allowed him to swim the event again at Wave II.
Spink’s 100 free was a best time by over half of a second. It also was much faster than her 56.08 which she swam at US International Team Trials in April.
The University of Florida held an intrasquad in place of their dual meet against Texas A&M that was canceled due to COVID-19.
The rich get richer as the reigning NCAA champions at UVA bring in a freshman class headlined by star sprinter Gretchen Walsh.
Olympic silver medalist Erica Sullivan (pictured) headlines Texas’ class with the ability to come in and win NCAA titles right away.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club’s Mackenzie McConagha dropped a 1:02.08 lifetime best 100 meter back to improve upon the 1:05 she swam at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Dahlke finished 2nd in the women’s 50, chipping 0.27 seconds off her previous best, and touching under the Wave I standard of 25.99.