After winning two events on Saturday, Michael Andrew has scratched his remaining three events on the last day of Bloomington PSS.
Olympian Kelsi Dahlia has scratched both the 100 free and 200 fly the first full day of the 2019 Pro Swim Series in Bloomington, suggesting that she may not be attending the meet at all.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the Thursday night intensity.
A Dressel-less field leaves a wide-open race for the top of the podium in the 100 free.
IU and Michigan appear to be gearing up for another thrilling team battle next year, as Michigan returns 1054 points, to IU’s 1008
IU continues to look strong as they head into the final day of competition. Along with them, Minnesota’s Bowen Becker and Michigan’s Charlie Swanson look to contend for double wins against the Hoosiers.
The IU Hoosiers still maintain their big lead heading into day 3 finals. Heading the Hoosiers is Ian Finnerty, who already broke his own B1G record in the 100 breast. Charlie Swanson also reps Michigan in the 400 IM.
Today we’ll get to see NCAA record holder Ian Finnerty swim his best event, the 100 breast, where he holds the meet record in 50.72.
200 freestyle top seed Zach Apple and the Indiana Hoosiers are fighting to distance themselves from the Michigan Wolverines
Matt King from Bellevue Club Swim Team and Glacier Peak High School has verbally committed to Indiana University for 2020-21.
More upheaval at the top! For the second straight men’s Power Rankings, we have a new #1 as the battle for the NCAA title continues to tighten.
The field in this morning’s final event was pretty tight, with Andreas Vazaios (NC State) leading the way, and 8th place finisher Cory Gambardella (IU) coming in only 2.26 seconds behind Vazaios.
NC State’s Ky-lee Perry swam the fastest women’s 50 free in the NCAA so far this season in the prelims at the IU Invite, clocking 21.80.
Mallory Comerford is notably swimming the 50 free instead of the 500 on Thursday.
The battle for #1 is heating up, with at least three teams in contention, and our staff is split across the top of the NCAA.