Auburn hosted Texas A&M on Wednesday, January 4th at the James E. Martin Aquatic Center.
We’ve already had timed finals of the 1650, where Georgia’s Jake Magahey won his third event of the meet with a strong 14:44.
The final morning session of the UGA Invite will feature the prelims of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
Five Auburn women cracked 56 in the 100 fly, led by Claudia Thamm in 54.91. Thamm also tied for first in the 50 free (23.13).
Platts best times would have scored 51 individual points at the 2022 SEC Championships where Auburn finished only 41 points behind Texas A&M.
26 swimmers from 21 programs across 12 mid major conferences qualified for the 2022 Women’s DI NCAAs.
The Akron Zips are officially back kn top in the MAC, reclaiming the conference crown after a dominant day 4 performance.
Maier downed the MAC meet and conference records with the performance, shattering the previous mark of 4:11.30 she set last year as a freshman.
Akron got out to the start they wanted in their effort to reclaim the MAC title, winning both relays on night one of the meet last night in Bowling Green.
Akron senior Sarah Watson will help the Zips in their pursuit of reclaiming the MAC title after falling seven points shy in 2021 to Buffalo.
This night was particularly special for Ian Walsh, as the graduating seniors were the first to have had him as head coach in all four years of college.
Akron’s Sarah Watson, an NCAA All-American in the 200 IM and 100 fly, has entered the transfer portal with the intention to swim her fifth year elsewhere.
Daisy Platts, a rising senior at Bowling Green State, is exploring options to transfer and use her 5th year of eligibility next season.
Bowling Green State University has received a verbal commitment from mid-distance free and backstroker Ashley Fryer for its class of 2026.
Miami freshman Nicole Maier hit a 4:39.96 in the 500 free at MACs, a time that would have placed her 7th and made her the highest-finishing freshman at NCAAs.