Hugo Gonzalez is among a 9-swimmer Spanish team for the World Championships in June; Spain has also named a preliminary European Championships roster.
Cal sophomore Destin Lasco and Arizona State freshman Leon Marchand swam the #3 and #4 fastest times in history this morning.
Texas senior Drew Kibler led off the record-breaking 800 free relay in 1:30.54, which was the fastest first leg of the night.
Corbeau swam the second-fastest 50 breast split, a 22.55, en route to Texas’s second-place finish in the 200 medley relay.
Minnesota superstar Max McHugh won both breaststroke events at last year’s NCAA Championships.
Bjorn Seeliger has taken over the mantle from Ryan Hoffer as Cal’s go-to sprinter, and the Bears are looking primed for a repeat win in the 400 free relay.
With the fastest man in the country this year, and the fastest returners from last year, the Pac-12 is poised to dominate the 200 IM this week.
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Louisville made program history last year, winning their first ever NCAA relay title by taking this race with a 1:22.11.
UVA’s Alex Walsh earned the ACC Championships Women’s Most Valuable Swimmer honor after putting up the maximum 96 points with three individual event wins.
The NC State men put up over 1500 points to regain the ACC trophy, but they were far from the only team that impressed this past week in Atlanta.
With one day of racing to go, the NC State men are in the driver’s seat, while the women are trying to close the gap against UVA.
All seven individual events tonight at the 2022 ACC Championships will each feature the defending champion trying to defend their titles.
Louisville’s Evgenii Somov and Nick Albiero will each be swimming for a fifth-straight ACC title in their respective individual events today.