16-year-old Phoebe Bacon of NCAP swam another jaw-dropping backstroke swim, ranking herself in the top 10 US times and top 20 world times this year.
Day 3 prelims kick off this morning with the 200 fly, 50 free, 100 back, 200 breast, 50 fly, and 400 free.
A pair of Texas Longhorns, Max Holter (above) and Daniel Krueger, are likely now in for the NCAA Championships. Several other swimmers improved their bubble status on Wednesday as well.
While a small conference, the Big 12 men’s championship is always an exciting look into what the Texas Longhorns will do at the NCAAs.
West Virginia dominated their Big 12 opponents from TCU in the final swim meet to ever take place at WVU’s Natatorium, which has been the home of the Mountaineers since 1975.
Now, he’s gone sub-20 four times in late 2018, and this was just .05 off of his PR from the Ohio State Invite– it’s also just his fifth time under 20 seconds.
Maxime Rooney will be a key player as Florida hosts both Kentucky and Ohio State this weekend in Gainesville.
Zach Yeadon of Notre Dame will swim the men’s 1650 on the final night in Columbus.
Ali Galyer swam the fastest 200 back so far in the NCAA season this morning at the Ohio State Invite.
Stanford’s Taylor Ruck will swim a double tonight at the Ohio State Invite in the women’s 200 free and 100 back.
Ella Eastin will be among the Stanford women’s contingent heading to the Ohio State Invitational this weekend.
Most, but not all, of Louisville’s twelve nation-leading times were done at the SMU Classic.
David Dixon had three individual wins and broke two pool records as the West Virginia men dominated Villanova.
Morgan Bullock, an NCAA B-finalist in the women’s 200 fly last year started out her session with a 24.93 fly split on the 200 medley relay.
Texas freshman Evie Pfeifer is seeking her 3rd title of the meet in the 1650 free.