Courtney Harnish won thrice for the UGA women, while Camden Murphy swept the butterfly races and split a 20.9 on the medley relay.
Shaine Cases (Texas A&M) and Erika Brown (Tennessee) both hold 4 national top times each after the first wave of college invites.
A trio of women, including Erika Brown (above), Kate Douglass, and Zoie Hartmann, are in a position to make history on Friday evening in Knoxville.
The excitement from last night continued this morning in Knoxville, with Erika Brown showing up and showing out again this morning.
Courtney Harnish tripled up today, finding her way to the wall first in the 1000 free (10:01.88), the 200 free (1:48.25), and finally the 500 free (4:51.35).
5-time World Short Course Champion Michael Andrew will attend among a group of about a dozen senior-level Americans, and a large contingent of juniors as well.
Caeleb Dressel will not be swimming the 50 free, and will instead be in the 200 fly.
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Sydney Pickrem will look to pick up her first indiviudal title of the meet in the 400 IM, but she’ll be met by fierce competition Tess Cieplucha and a tough Florida IM group, led by freshman Vanessa Pearl.
Jacob Pebley is the top seed in the men’s 200 back field by a wide margin in Indianapolis.
Murphy swept the butterflies, leading a 1-2 finish with teammate Mick Litherland both times.
Four-time U.S. Open qualifier and jack-of-all-events Luke Durocher of Nation’s Capital Swim Team has verbally committed to swim for the Georgia Bulldogs as part of the Class of 2022.
Freshman Courtney Harnish stepped up for UGA in the first home dual meet of her career. First, she won the 200 free, coming from behind with a 26.98 on the final 50 to beat teammate Meaghan Raab (1:48.45) with a winning time of 1:47.71.
All-in-all, the Bulldogs have some weak spots, but their depth in the IMs and distance freestyles should help them significantly at SECs and NCAAs.