McMahon set pool records in both the 1000 free (9:41.86) and 500 free (4:46.15) and added a win in the 200 fly (1:56.97) to help Alabama earn the win at LSU.
The UNC men and women claimed victory against South Carolina with numerous season-best times posted, including fifth-year Grace Countie (featured above).
Duke hosted South Carolina for a combined dual meet in Durham on Friday, posting decisive victories in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Schultz and Team USA partner Kristen Hayden placed third in the women’s 3-meter synchronized event on Saturday in Berlin.
One of 12 divers set to represent the U.S., Schultz will be competing in the women’s 3-meter synchronized dive event with Kristen Hayden.
Curry claimed two individual wins and was a part of a winning relay in the dual meet win over South Carolina.
Graduate transfer Maggie MacNeil continued rewriting the LSU school record books in the team’s dual against SEC foes South Carolina.
With Schultz’s retirement, South Carolina has hired Tennessee volunteer assistant Michael Wright as the team’s new head diving coach.
Delaney Franklin from Greenville, South Carolina has announced her commitment to remain in-state at the University of South Carolina for 2023.
The Black Knight men defeated South Carolina 158-140, while the Gamecock women defeated the Army 204-88.
Olympians Delaney Schnell and Hailey Hernandez are among the 16 divers who are expected to compete for the United States.
Curry earned SEC Men’s Swimmer of the Year honors after winning a pair of individual national titles in the 50 and 100 freestyle.
Florida’s Leonardo Garcia qualified for NCAAs by placing eighth in the men’s 1-meter at the Zone B Championships in Atlanta.
UNC sophomore Aranza Vazquez Montano was one of 10 divers to punch their ticket to Women’s NCAAs on Sunday in Atlanta.
Tennessee freshman Ellen Walshe became the first swimmer to ever win the women’s 100 fly, 200 IM and 400 IM at the D1 conference level.