Two Blue Devil freshmen garnered 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials cuts to highlight Duke’s weekend at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Richmond.
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Duke earned a 1-2 punch in the women’s 200 free, where Melissa Pish, a freshman and the school record-holder, took the race in 1:46.89. Fellow freshman Easop Lee came in 2nd, posting a 1:48.21.
Back in competition for the first time in three weeks, the Blue Devil men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams face Tobacco Road rival North Carolina in the teams’ regular season finale Saturday.
Max St. George took wins in both backstrokes as one of Duke’s top performers.
After not racing on Wednesday evening as the top seed in the women’s 800 free, Leah Smith is also absent from Thursday morning’s heat sheets at the Pro Swim Series stop in Knoxville.
Maddy Banic, at the heart of Tennessee’s sprint group, will compete this weekend as the Vols host the Tennessee Invitational.
This weekend marks a busy one for the Duke swimming and diving program, as Blue Devils embark to two different meets in Princeton, N.J., and West Lafayette, Ind.
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It’s been a while since Korean Park Tae Hwan has been in the water, but his proved he’s still got his mojo with a gold medal-capturing anchor at the Korean Sports Festival tonight.
Easop Lee, Cabell Ann Whitlow, and Melissa Pish all won as the Duke women beat VT.
Zach Apple is set to make his IU debut this week as the Hoosiers host Kentucky, Mizzou, and Notre Dame in a quad clash.
Julia Menkhaus is a big reason why UVA slides in at #11 on the top incoming NCAA classes rankings.
Stamford, Connecticut’s Quinn Scannell from Greenwich Academy and Badger Swim Club has elected to leave the University of Pennsylvania and transfer to Duke with 3 years of eligibility left.
14-year old Claire Tuggle (above) was one of three high-point award winners at Junior Nationals.