A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
Erika Brown tripled for the second week in a row, as Tennessee followed up last weekend’s defeat of Virginia by soundly beating Louisville.
Following Tennessee’s victory over Virginia, the Vols and Lady Vols head back out on the road to square off with Louisville on Thursday.
Asia Minnes, the #11 recruit from the high school class of 2021, has announced her verbal commitment to Tennessee for 2021-22.
A lot of Tennessee’s success will run through Erika Brown, who will be a contender for three individual NCAA titles once again in her senior year.
2019 YMCA National 50 free champion Jasmine Rumley has verbally committed to swim for the University of Tennessee in 2020.
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The Cal Bears come in with the fastest time this season in the 400 medley relay, and they appear to be the favorites to put an end to Stanford’s winning streak in this event.
Sydney Pickrem of Texas A&M will be looking to win her second consecutive SEC title in the women’s 200 IM tonight.
Led by NCAA title contender (in multiple events) Erika Brown, Tennessee’s women could be on a path to their first-ever SEC title.
Sprint start Erika Brown tripled for Tennessee helping the Volunteers take down Georgia at home.
The Vols has 4 women under the 2017 NCAA invited time in finals with Brown (21.65), Bailey Grinter (22.08), Maddy Banic (22.15), and Stanzi Moseley (22.20).
Maddy Banic, at the heart of Tennessee’s sprint group, will compete this weekend as the Vols host the Tennessee Invitational.
Tennessee has one of the nation’s most loaded sprint groups (complete with dominant relays), but graduated its best backstroker and breaststroker, leaving a roster with a high ceiling but a few key question marks.
Michael Andrew dominated the men’s 50 free prelims at the Atlanta Classic in 22.10.