At the Texas Hall of Fame Invite, pro Carson Foster ripped a 4:07.67 500-yard freestyle which makes him the #6 performer in history.
After tying in the 200 free on day 1, Madeleine Hebert of Team Rebel Aquatics took the win, alone this time, in the 100 free, setting a new personal best.
Day 1 saw Tom Higdon winning the 100 breast in 1:02.05, getting under the Olympic Trials cut and qualifying him for his second Olympic Trials meet.
A Futures medalist and Juniors qualifier, Lambert will bolster the Rebels distance group with his arrival on campus this fall.
USC’s Isabelle Odgers put up a solid swim in the women’s 200 breast, clocking a 2:12.69 to win the race by a large margin.
Having swum on the winning 400 free relay, UNLV’s Malia Fernandez also swept the women’s sprint free events.
Utah hosted UNLV for a combined dual meet last Friday, posting decisive victories in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Krzysztof Matuszewski, who has represented Poland at multiple international competitions, will provide a boost to the UNLV sprint program this fall.
Northern Arizona women earned their 9th consecutive WAC title tonight after Casey Craffey won the 1650 and Maddy Rey won her 3rd individual event of the meet
UNLV men and NAU women maintained their leads after Bolanos won the 200 IM, Mykkannen scored a 2nd place finish in the 500, and NAU’s Maddy Rey won the 500.
Raphaela Nakashima, Maria Brunlehner, and Emily Muteti (above) look to score the most points for GCU women and help overthrow 8x champions Northern Arizona.
Gabriel Jett of Clovis took his 5th title of the meet by winning the 200 IM at 2:02.88, ranking No. 6 in the 17-18 age group this season and No. 55 all-time.
At Santa Clarita Futures, Kevin Houseman dropped four seconds to swim 2:15.77 in the 200 breast. Also, Mia Kragh broke a minute in the 100 fly, hitting 59.07.
Gabe Castaño broke his 50 free Mexican National Record again with a 22.01, tying the FINA ‘A’ cut and making him eligible to represent Mexico at the Olympics.
UNLV picked up a pair of wins on the night, beginning with a 1-2-3-4 finish in the 1650, led by an NCAA-qualifying performance by senior Vuk Celic.