After completing a four-peat last night in the 50 free, Michigan senior Maggie MacNeil is a near-lock to do so once again on Friday in the 100 fly.
Tonight’s action will feature the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, 1-meter diving, and the 400 medley relay.
Ohio State fifth-year Kristen Romano aims to make it back-to-back titles in the 200 IM on the first full day of action at the Women’s Big Ten Championships.
Tiltmann is a versatile swimmer who has the potential to star in a number of events for the Hoosiers. Some of her best races are mid-distance free and IM.
Rye Ulett (pictured above) graduated high school early and had an individual victory in the 100 backstroke in her debut as Louisville women defeat Indiana.
Tomer Frankel and Jack Franzman of Indiana both swam NCAA B cuts during Friday’s dual meet against Cincinnati. The Hoosier men and women swept Cincinnati.
U.S. Olympian Michael Brinegar (IU) is the top seed in the men’s mile, while 2021 NCAA All-American Charlie Clark is the #2 seed.
Freshman Rafael Miroslaw showed off his short course yards potential with a 19.54 and fifth-year Gabriel Fantoni also put up a big best time.
Indiana came away with decisive wins in both the men’s and women’s meets.
In his first meet back, it looks as though the 5th year sprinter hasn’t missed a beat.
Peplowski, who was the Hoosiers’ leading breaststroker last season, swept the breast events to open the season.
The women’s 100 breast will give us our first sighting of USC’s Kaitlyn Dobler, who is the top seed in 1:06.29.
Tonight’s finals session will kick off with the women’s 200 free, where Justina Kozan (Mission Viejo) will attempt to win her 2nd title of the meet.
Cal’s Trenton Julian is looking to pick up his first title of the weekend. The question is whether or not it will be a best time.
This morning, we’ll see heats of the 200 fly and 100 freestyle, as well as one heat each of the women’s 800 free and men’s 1500 free.