Buoyed by some incredibly fast swimming early in the season, the Texas Longhorn men currently sit at the top of our Swimulator projections by a wide margin.
Ryan Held comes into the final of the men’s 100 freestyle as the top seed on the last night of action in San Antonio.
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Ally McHugh now ranks 9th in the world this season in the 400 IM, along with 16-year-old Zoe Dixon ranking 13th after winning in the Richmond pool.
Andrew Seliskar is set to take on the 200 free/100 fly double on the first full day of racing in San Antonio.
Regan Smith only has a handful of races under her belt since March. What can we expect from her in San Antonio?
It’s only December 15th, but the Texas men are already projected over the NCAA roster cap with 21 likely qualifiers based on last year’s invite times.
The Texas men lead all teams with six swimmers hitting automatic qualifying times so far this year, and the Texas women have four swimmers locked in.
No collegiate swimmer has been under 4:10 this year besides Kibler, who has now done so twice, once at 4:08 in October and once last week in 4:09
Kibler established the top time in the country in the 200 freestyle at the Texas HOF Invite, while Bray won three individual and two events.
Daniel Krueger nearly broke 42 seconds this morning in the 100 free, and he’ll eye his personal best of 41.26 tonight.
Elendt posted a 2:09.73 to dominate the 200 breast prelims, a new best by over three seconds. She was out quick, going 1:00.87 on the first 100.
Bray had never broken 52 seconds until this morning, and her previous 100 back best was a 52.02, a time she hadn’t bettered since 2017.
The Texas women looked incredible in this 400 medley relay, triumphantly taking the #1 time in the country by more than two seconds
Carson Foster led the 200 IM prelims this morning at 1:43.12, and he’ll challenge his 1:42.43 lifetime best tonight as the favorite to win.