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One of the most interesting showdowns here could be the race between Brock Bonetti and UGA’s Tynan Stewart in the backstrokes.
Schmitt moves to #5 all-time in the event with a new lifetime-best, displacing last year’s NCAA champ Brittany MacLean.
Becca Mann’s lifetime-best 4:37.98 gives her the top seed over a field with some big names at the Texas-based invite.
Will Licon got the chance to add another gold to an impressive night which included a 48.44 100 back, and he did just that by winning the 200 IM. The Longhorn swimmer won the event smoothly in 1:48.18, beating Jared Butler and Gonzalo Carazo Barbero.
Both Texas A&M teams lost a lot to graduation, but both return a solid nucleus around which to build for the future.
Texas freshman Will Licon was the only swimmer to qualify for the men’s NCAA Championships at a Last Chance Meet and wind up scoring at NCAA’s – and even he would have qualified without improving his 200 breaststroke time.
Texas A&M’s Cory Bolleter improved his chances at an NCAA individual qualification with a 19.38 in the 50 free.
Texas A&M’s Kyle Troskot swam an NCAA Automatic Qualifying Time in prelims at the American Short Course Championships
Senior Jack Burley, a local out of College Station, didn’t join the Texas A&M team as a breaststroker, but on Friday, things really started to fall in place there for him anyway.
The LSU senior class split in their final home dual meet, with the men topping and the women falling to SEC rivals Texas A&M.
The four fastest men in Texas on this day were Josh Schneider, Adrian, (host Josh Davis middle), Jimmy Feigen, and Karl Krug.
In its inaugural dual meet as a NCAA Division I team, the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) Cardinals hosted…
Dax Hill has joined the lineup for the Fastest man in Texas, as has National Teamer Karl Krug.