Colin Feehery’s school record led SMU to a win in the men’s meet, while San Diego State overcame a big showing by Laticia Transom to take the women’s title.
INdiana sophomore Anna Peplowski racked up three individual wins at the meet (100 back, 200 back, and 200 free) and six total victories including relays.
Kentucky’s Kaitlynn Wheeler (pictured) posted the top time of the morning in the 500 free with a new personal best of 4:41.49.
Siobhan Haughey aims to close out her sweep of the 200 freestyle, but faces tough competition from Katie Ledecky and a quartet of quickly rising teens.
Ohio State’s Charlie Clark, Jack Matthews and Tristan Jankovics earned Big Ten Men’s Swimmer, Diver and Freshman of the Week honors, respectively.
Johnston was fifth at NCAAs last season, but his time of 14:33.61 was just over two seconds shy of runner-up Will Gallant (14:31.34).
Claire Curzan will take on a busy schedule at the Short Course World Championships in December, leading the U.S. squad with five individual entries.
Texas Longhorn David Johnston is among the names that could make a significant impact on the U.S. scene this coming season internationally.
Gabriel Jett will be one of many key players for the Cal men this season as they seek a national title defense. For now, we’re picking them to do so.
Nolan Miller announced his decision to pursue his athletic career at Ohio State. He chose the D1 program after making significant improvements in 2 years.
The Buckeyes take a hit with some key losses, but they’ve got plenty of talent remaining as they aim for a 4th-straight top 10 finish.
The Australian team got off to a good start yesterday, defeating the United States in the mixed 4×800 open water relay to gain an early advantage in scoring.
Michael Andrew will play a crucial role if the U.S. team is to have success on Day 2 of the Duel In The Pool in Sydney, Australia.
The quartet of Kareena Lee, Chelsea Gubecka, Kai Edwards, and Kyle Lee pulled off the victory to give the Aussies an 8-6 edge after day one.
The Australian team, primarily on the women’s side, is stacked at the Duel In The Pool, making the home team a big favorite to defeat the Americans.