Ferris has led the Long Island Aquatic Club to an exceptional month, led by 17-year-old Cavan Gormsen (pictured).
Katie Ledecky is the top seed in the women’s 200 freestyle tonight after swimming a 1:56.75 in prelims. 7 women got under the 2:00 mrk this morning.
Gretchen Walsh of Virginia was second in the women’s 100 free on night 1, swimming her fastest time in about three years.
US National Team member Sam Stewart raced at the Senior Circuit Meet in College Station last weekend. Elsewhere, Army commit Kalvin Hahn added a new US Open Cut.
Housey finished 14th in the 200 freestyle at the 2021 NCAA Championships but only competed in 3 meets for Michigan this past season.
Grimes has dropped the women’s 200 back and will instead race the 200 free, having qualified eighth overall out of the prelims in both events.
The CSCAA notably awarded the 9th and 17th-place finishers in the 100, 200 and 500 free events first and second-team All-American status, respectively.
The University of Florida women were the surprise of the meet, placing 13th at NCAAs after our Power Rankings had them slotted at 24th.
Day Three will feature heats of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back followed by the preliminary rounds of diving.
There are only two scratches out of the circle-seeded heats on Day 2 of the 2022 NCAA Women’s Championships.
The University of Virginia women maintain the top spot in our final power rankings of the season and are huge favorites to repeat as NCAA champions this week.
Although she’s not the #1 seed, Michigan senior Maggie MacNeil is the favorite in this event.
Cal’s Izzy Ivey swam a huge personal best of 1:42.29 at Pac-12s a few weeks ago.
Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks will have all eyes on him in the men’s 100 freestyle after becoming the fastest freshman in the 50 free earlier in the meet.