Several of Texas’ big guns are swimming to get well under the NCAA cut line tonight, including their best sprinter, Daniel Krueger.
Texas sophomore Erica Sullivan comes into the first full day of the Big 12 Championships seeking a successful title defense in the women’s 500 free.
Leading the way for Texas is Kelly Pash, who won the 200 IM, 400 IM, and 100 free at last year’s meet.
They’ve gotten some pieces back, but can the Tennessee women repeat as SEC champions without key pieces such as 3x SEC champion Ellen Walshe?
First off, Texas’ Kelly Pash clocked a lifetime best of 1:51.45 in the women’s 200 fly, winning the race by over ten seconds.
Sticklen became the 11th woman under 50 seconds in the 100-yard fly while also taking over the top spot in the nation in the 200 fly against NC State.
Capitanii led Texas to four dual meet victories in January over highly-ranked opponents and was also named the head women’s coach for the World Championships.
Texas’ Emma Sticklen was named Big 12 Women’s Swimmer of the Week after a standout performance against NC State last weekend.
It’s time to talk about the Texas and Kenyon women, along with other highlights from all three NCAA divisions in this edition of the Week That Was In College Swimming.
After becoming the 8th-fastest performer in the 100 fly yesterday, Emma Sticklen recorded fastest 200 fly time in the NCAA so far this season.
Looney has flown under the radar given the success of the ASU men, but is quietly establishing herself as a bonafide NCAA title contender in the 200 fly.
Virginia’s Kate Douglass (above) is one of five swimmers who has the potential to win individual titles at both the NCAA and Short Course Worlds this season.
Kelly Pash won four individual events, including the 100 IM, for the Longhorns as they defeated both Alabama and Ohio State over the weekend.
SwimSwam’s Top 100 For 2023 kicks off with the women ranked 100th through 76th, including Canadian star Taylor Ruck (pictured).
This week, we’re taking a look at the NCAA related wild 2023 predictions, as well as the races that we’re most excited for at 2023 NCAAs.