Florida is the clear favorite for the SEC title. Behind them Auburn, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Georgia’s battle for 2nd place may come down to last race.
Olympic medallist Emma Weyant heads into the 400 IM finals at the Georgia Invite as the top seed, followed by freshman teammate Bella Sims.
Bella Sims headlines the women’s 500 free for Thursday night finals in Athens after putting up a time of 4:35.72 in the prelims.
Arizona State is hosting Georgia this weekend to kick off the 2023-24 season for both teams.
While they’ll be without Luca Urlando once again, the return of key fifth years, and a couple incoming freshmen, should prove crucial for UGA this season.
All eyes will be on Simone Manuel on the first full day of competition at the U.S. Pro Championships in Irvine.
Georgia almost doubles its returning individual points from SECs with the return of five of its seniors from this past season.
Caspar Corbeau was a primary reason why the Texas Longhorns backed up their #1 ranking in the high school class of 2019.
Cal junior Bjorn Seeliger (pictured) was one of three swimmers under Ryan Murphy’s 50 back record during last year’s 200 medley relay final.
Tennessee sophomore Jordan Crooks will vie for a repeat title in the men’s 50 free on the first full day of action at the SEC Championships.
The 2023 SEC Championships get underway in College Station, Texas with diving, the 200 medley relay, and the 800 free relay.
A deep Florida team is ready to go hunting for their 11th straight title, while Tennessee, Auburn, Texas A&M, and Alabama are set to lock horns for spots 2-5
Kentucky hosted Georgia at the Lancaster Aquatic Center on Monday for an SEC dual. The Bulldog men beat the Wildcats handily, outscoring the hosts 185-108.
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.
Georgia junior Jake Magahey put up a blistering time of 4:12.91 in the men’s 500 free prelims, ranking him first in the country this season.