Schobel was Penn State’s fastest backstroker by a wide margin this past season, taking 6th in the 100 back at the Big Ten Championships and 5th in the 200.
Georgia freshman Matt Sates swam his first ever 200 yard IM and 400 yard IM on Saturday to give himself more options for the NCAA Championships.
Georgia’s Luca Urlando swept both the butterfly the butterfly races on Saturday as the Georgia men and Tennessee women won in Athens.
Auburn hosted SEC opponent Georgia for a men’s and women’s dual meet this past Friday, dropping both meets to the Bulldogs.
Neither Bobby Finke nor Kieran Smith swam at Friday’s meet, but another Gator Olympian, volunteer assistant Katie Ledecky, swam the men’s 500 frees in their absence.
Georgia sophomore Luca Urlando (above) posted the nation-leading time in the 100 back on Saturday against South Carolina.
The rich get richer as the reigning NCAA champions at UVA bring in a freshman class headlined by star sprinter Gretchen Walsh.
No 200 breaststroke has ever been swum faster in a pool in the state of Florida than Matt Fallon’s 2:11.33 on Saturday in Orlando.
Waldrep (pictured, far right) took almost two seconds off her PR, while Sim moved to #11 in the U.S. 13-14 age group historical rankings.
The 200 fly swim was a new best for Sim by over a second, cutting down her 1:58.43 from this meet last year.
They both broke 52 for the first time, and Sim is now within striking distance of Regan Smith’s 13-14 NAG record of 51.09.
Samantha Pearson, the #18 ranked recruit in the high school class of 2020, has hit Olympic Trials cuts in 4 events since the quarantine has lifted.
Sisters Letitia and Levenia Sim combined to break three individual state records at the Alabama high school state championship meet.
Samantha Tadder (above) is one of three swimmers ranked in the top 10 of the high school class of 2021 that are still uncommitted.
Daphne High’s Andrew Jordan and Trey Sheils won 4 events. Sheils dominated the 200 IM by nearly 5 seconds (1:50.52) before taking the 100 breast in 55.90.