The 100 fly is one of the most anticipated showdowns, featuring 2 women tied as the NCAA Record holders and a 3rd who holds the American Record.
Tennessee’s Erika Brown has the NCAA’s top time so far this post-season in three events: the 50 free, 100 free, and 100 fly.
Florida’s Sherridon Dressel, the 2019 bronze medalist, will battle with Asia Seidt (Kentucky) and Meet Record holder Rhyan White (Alabama) in the 100 back.
On night 4, Bama’s Zane Waddell became the 5th fastest man in history with his swim in the 100 back. He broke the former SEC Record set by Casas at midseason.
Texas A&M’s Anna Belousova will race to defend her 100 breast title on day 4 of the 2020 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships.
Erika Brown (Tennessee) is chasing her 3rd-straight title in the 100 fly and will look to take down her own SEC Record, which she set in 2018 and tied in 2019
The Tennessee women look very tough to beat as the Volunteers, led by SEC Record holder Erika Brown, chase their first SEC women’s title in program history.
Courtney Harnish won thrice for the UGA women, while Camden Murphy swept the butterfly races and split a 20.9 on the medley relay.
Lily Gardner, the Oregon high school record-holder in the 200 free, has verbally committed to the University of Georgia for 2021-22.
World record holder Caeleb Dressel is slated to swim both the 100 fly and the 200 free during prelims of Day 3 of the 2019 US Open Championships.
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.
Georgia freshman Zoie Hartman’s three victories weren’t enough for a Bulldog victory, as the Gator women defeated their SEC rivals by nearly 30 points.
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).
UGA freshman Zoie Hartman swam a powerful collegiate debut as her double breaststroke wins powered the Bulldogs’ sweep over Alabama.
Last year was Georgia’s worst NCAA finish since 1983. But with no graduated scorers and a great freshman class coming in, UGA is poised to bounce back.