Louisville is currently holding substantial leads in the team battles, with host Purdue sitting 2nd in both.
Graduated star Mallory Comerford’s relay production will be tough to replace, but Louisville still has a deep sprint group and some butterfly stars.
In her first sub-2:00 performance in the 200 meter freestyle, Regan Smith hit the wall first in 1:58.44, narrowly ahead of Gabby DeLoof.
Michael Brinegar (IU) dominated here, posting a 14:40.38 to win by 20 seconds.
Mallory Comerford won two individual events as the Louisville Cardinals topped Tennesee on the road.
Senior Mallory Comerford leads a Louisville squad that returns every single swimmer from all five of last year’s NCAA relays.
Katie McLaughlin has taken over for the now-graduated Farida Osman on Cal’s 200 free relay.
After her breakout year both on the NCAA and the world stage last year, the sky is really the limit for Mallory Comerford, who will rematch some of the best swimmers in history in the freestyle events.
Christian, a junior, raced to victory in the 100 free with a 43.90, using his back half speed to break ahead of Notre Dame sophomore Dan Fujan (44.21).
Breaststroker Carlos Claverie was a key player for the Cardinals on the men’s side, sweeping his specialty breaststroke races against Missouri All-American Fabian Schwingenschloegl.
Mallory Comerford is a rangy freestyler who will lead the way for Louisville as a sophomore this year.
Junior World Record holder Claire Adams headlines a small but mighty class for the Texas Longhorns
Rosary had not won since 2009, but they were the runner-up last year.
Avery Braunecker from Illinois has verbally committed to the Louisville Cardinals.