NC State’s Katharine Berkoff had great performances at the 2024 ACC Championships, highlighted by three personal best times in her primary events.
Florida teammates Bella Sims (pictured) and Josh Liendo were named the Swimmers of the Meet at the end of the 2024 SEC Championships.
The Florida women racked up 1391.5 points, 13 event wins, and multiple SEC records en route to their second-straight conference title.
Led by Alex Sanchez, the Aggie men went 1-2-3 in the heats of the 200 breaststroke, setting themselves up for a big last finals session at SECs.
Florida’s Josh Liendo and Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks take on the 100 freestyle during the last prelims session of the 2024 SEC Championships.
Bella Sims had a busy finals, swimming an SEC record in the 200 fly then closing the day with a 100 back PB that would’ve won gold in the individual race.
Mona McSharry became the second woman in history -behind only Lilly King- to break 56 seconds in a 100 breast relay split.
After lowering her own SEC meet record to 57.06 in prelims, Mona McSharry looks to defend her 100 breaststroke crown on Day 4 of SECs.
Bella Sims rewrote the record books on Friday night, taking down the previous SEC, SEC championship meet, and Florida school records.
Mona McSharry, who has already been a stunning 56.87 in the 100 breast this season, comes in as the top seed in the women’s 100 breast this morning.
#7 Meghan Lee has scratched out of the 100 back at the 2024 SEC Championships, while Bella Sims (200 fly) and Isabel Ivey (100 back) kept their entries.
Sims was the top seed and the favorite in the 400 IM and, without her, Florida teammate Emma Weyant is now the top seed by a very healthy margin.
Despite only swimming the 500 free four times over the past four years, Peplowski has dropped 11 seconds in the event this season down to 4:37.63 in prelims.
Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks posted an 18.30 in the 50 free prelims, setting himself up well to defend his title on Day 2 of SEC Championships.
Bella Sims (400 IM) and Isabel Ivey (100 Butterfly) both dropped their top seeds for Day 3 of the 2024 SEC Championships.