The Florida frosh did the most to improve his NCAA qualifying chances of any swimmer on day 1 of the Florida Last Chance meet.
The #10 Florida men will look to fill the massive void left by the departures of Caeleb Dressel and Gregg Troy.
Paul Le (Missouri State) took the men’s 100 fly with a 54.13. Le was out fast, posting a 24.75 on the first 50, but came home in 29.38.
An error in the entries for the Men’s NCAA Championship earned Grand Canyon extra entries to the meet.
Andrew Seliskar, the 2nd seed in the 200 breast, and the Cal Golden Bears lead all teams with 17 individual swimming entries.
He was over a second faster than his time from SECs, taking 8 tenths off his lifetime best as he swam a 1:40.28.
The final preliminary session of the 2018 SEC Championships will feature the men’s and women’s 200 back, 100 free and 200 breast.
Caeleb Dressel will be back in action on day 4 of SECs in the men’s 100 breast.
Tybur and the Aggies have the home pool advantage at this week’s SEC Championships.
The Florida men have a really good sprinter you might have heard of.
Race Pace Club’s Michael Andrew, third this morning with 2:02.35, bowed out of the A final of the 200 IM to concentrate on the 50 free.
Florida freshman Savanna Faulconer has earned a likely NCAA invite after her 500 free swim on Friday.
The LSU men got things started with a fast 1:25.12 in the 200 medley relay, just missing the NCAA ‘A’ standard by .07.
Lauren Votava and Jordan Stout took their second 1-2 finish and helped Rockwood Swim Club break a Sectional Relay Record on day two at the 2016 Region VIII Championships at Mizzou.
Phillip Willett of Rockwood Swim Club earned his first 2016 Olympic Trials cut in the 200 breast with a 1.6-second drop to earn a silver medal at Columbia Sectionals.