Stanford’s Brooke Forde was one of just a handful of 5th year swimmers who scored more points at this year’s NCAA Championship meet than last year’s.
Day Three will feature heats of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back followed by the preliminary rounds of diving.
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.
200 IM champion Ellen Walshe has a big night ahead of her as the top seed in the 400 IM and the second seed in the 100 butterfly just minutes later.
After leading off Florida’s 800 free relay in 1:30.42 on Tuesday, Kieran Smith will tackle the 400 IM instead of the 200 free on Thursday.
Dupre was the pre-scratch 4th seed in the 200 IM, but chose the 50 free, where she’s the 47th seed, instead on Wednesday at SECs.
With a rising young core, the Tennessee women appear poised to reclaim the SEC title after winning for the first time in 2020.
Kentucky senior Mason Wilby earned two individual wins as the Wildcats cruised to a sweep over Cincinnati.
Rye Ulett was scheduled to arrive at Louisville next fall, but made a surprise debut last week at Indiana. She’s already making a big impact.
Last spring, as a sophomore, Boggs was the TISCA state champion in the 500 free as well as top-8 finisher in the 200 IM.
Indiana senior Mac Looze was among the school’s event winners on Day 1, getting her first career mid-season invite victory.
Tennessee sophomore Mona McSharry continues to assert herself as one of the premier women’s breaststrokers in the NCAA.
In his first meet back, it looks as though the 5th year sprinter hasn’t missed a beat.
Their NCAA finish came a month after Kentucky won its first SEC women’s team title in program history, accumulating 1124 points to beat Florida by 50 points.
US National Team member Michael Chadwick was one of many athletes to near their times from Olympic Trials at the ESSZ Sectionals meet.