Chloe Stepanek dominated the freestyle events, securing the top spot in the 50 (23.14) and 200 free (1:47.95).
On the final day of the Art Adamson Invite, Alabama’s Rhyan White earned wins in both the 200 backstroke and 200 butterfly.
Texas A&M junior Ethan Gogulski (above) posted the fastest time in the country in the 200 back so far this year, clocking a 1:39.98.
Reigning NCAA Champ Kaitlyn Dobler (above) clocked a nation-leading time of 56.94 in the 100 breast, only 0.01 off her personal best from March.
Texas A&M junior Chloe Stepanek logged a time of 1:44.41 in the women’s 200 free to overtake Texas’ Kelly Pash (1:44.78) for the top time in the NCAA.
Maggie MacNeil capped off her impressive triple by splitting a 49.10 100 fly on the 400 medley relay, marking the fastest split in history.
Curry’s time, which is nearly identical to his heats swim from last season’s invite (19.14), overtakes Josh Liendo (19.27) for the top time in the NCAA
Texas A&M hosted in-state TCU for a combined dual meet on Friday, emerging victorious in convincing fashion in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Olivia Theall tallied two individual wins to go along with her effort on the victorious 200 free relay team that clinched Texas A&M’s victory over Kentucky.
Texas swept Indiana and Texas A&M, despite the best efforts of swimmers like Brendan Burns, who came out ahead of Carson Foster in two individual events.
Chloe Stepanek was a key contributor for the Aggies, winning both her individual events and providing excellent relay legs.
Alex Walsh of Virginia was voted to win the 200 and 400 IMs by all 10 of the SwimSwam writers contributing to this report.
Entering her freshman year at Virginia, Claire Tuggle is a prime candidate to take a giant leap forward over the next 12 months.
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.