Iowa hosted Nebraska for a Big Ten women’s dual meet this past weekend. The hosting Hawkeyes fell to the Huskers by a 175-123 decision.
Kentucky native Jenna Brown has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Nebraska. She will arrive in Lincoln for the 2023-2024 season.
Hayes, 19, looked smooth en route to finishing in a time of 52.45, improving on his previous best of 52.67 set at the U.S. Olympic Trials last year.
Only 13-years old, Schoeck finished second in the event behind Berkeley Livingston of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Her time is the third-fastest this year.
The Huskers opened the weekend with a 154.5-88.5 victory over South Dakota State in Brookings as Sara Troyer won the 1-meter and 3-meter titles.
The Nebraska swimming and diving team opened its 2019-20 season with the annual Scarlet and Cream Intrasquad meet at the Devaney Natatorium on Friday.
The boys of Creighton Prep won their 13th consecutive Nebraska high school state swimming & diving title, while Lincoln Southwest’s girls made it four straight titles of their own.
Berkeley Livingston from Lincoln Southwest High School and Lincoln Select Swimming has verbally committed to the University of Nebraska for 2019-20.
Quass’ time drops throughout the season have been impressive, as her lifetime best was a 1:03.75 prior to 2017.