Elmbrook’s time of 4:06.93 blew away the previous NAG of 4:08.39, which was held by the Fort Collins Area Swim Team.
On the slate tonight will be the fastest-seeded 1650 free final, followed by the finals of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, and 400 free relay.
Virginia will have at least one A-finalist in each of the five individual events while Texas, NC State, and Cal will see 4 swimmers in the A-final.
Michigan junior Olivia Carter dropped the 200 IM on Day 2 of NCAAs as the 20th seed.
This morning, Kate Douglass will swim the 100 free over the 200 breast. The prelims of the 200 back and 200 fly will also take place.
This morning, the prelims of the women’s 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back will take place. UVA’s Kate Douglass leads the 100 fly.
Virginia is the heavy favorite to repeat as team champion, while NC State and Louisville are projected to defend their 2nd and 3rd place finishes.
Gillilan explains the training that the Notre Dame team has been able to get in, including a look into her favorite (everybody’s favorite): 200 fly practices
Jack Hoagland rewrote his personal record book this weekend, clocking 4 lifetime bests.
With just a few weeks of dual meets left, things should start to get clearer in some corners of the country coming up, while other corners become murkier.
A Louisville senior, Albiero won four events in a 188-111 win over Kentucky, while ND sophomore Gillilan won four individual races at the Shamrock Invite.
Notre Dame sophomore Coleen Gillilan won every event she raced in this weekend, including relays.
The Notre Dame women and the Louisville men came out on top in a pair of back-and-forth contests between ACC rivals over the weekend.
The swim marks a personal best for Hoagland, coming in under his 9:01.00 from last season.
Hoagland’s swim moves him #2 in the nation (unofficially) so far in this still-young, unusual season, behind only Texas freshman David Johnston.