Kayla Sanchez is the top seed in the women’s 50 free today by a considerable margin.
Penny Oleksiak and Kayla Sanchez were moving this morning in the women’s 100 free, both swimming under 54 seconds.
Oleksiak qualified for the World Champs team with her 2nd place finish in the 200 free last night, and will be looking to add a 2nd individual event today.
Tonight’s finals session will include the 50 fly, 100 breast, 200 free, and para 500 fly and 100 free.
Virginia’s Gretchen Walsh thrived as a freshman, scoring 54 NCAA points while winning the national title in the 100 freestyle.
Kate Douglass of Virginia is the top seed in the 200 breast on Saturday morning in Atlanta.
Hansson and Wenger are now the #3 and #4 performers all time in the event, right behind Tennessee alum Molly Hannis.
Virginia enters the 400 medley race as the American Record holder and favorite to win, but they will face the competition of NC State and Stanford.
Can Kate Douglass finally break Lilly King’s NCAA, Meet, American, and U.S. Open record? She’ll also face off with defending champion Sophie Hansson
Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks will have all eyes on him in the men’s 100 freestyle after becoming the fastest freshman in the 50 free earlier in the meet.
Urlando held the fastest time in the NCAA before Nicolas Albiero swam at ACC Champs. The Alabama women broke another SEC record with fast reaction times.
Rhyan White (50.44), Avery Wiseman (58.02), Morgan Scott (51.07) and Cora Dupre (47.11) combined to break the SEC Record in the 400 medley relay (3:26.64).
With only 2 nights of racing left to go at the 2022 SEC Championships, the Florida men and Tennessee women seem to be too far ahead of the field to catch.
Tennessee’s Mona McSharry comes in with the fastest 100 breast in the NCAA this season as the Lady Vols look to continue to roll in Knoxville.
While the touchpad registered a DQ’able reaction time of -.07 on the breaststroke leg of Alabama’s 200 medley relay, video review overturned the call.