In addition to having a breakout 100 fly, Walshe also had impressive swims in the 200 free, 200 fly and 200 IM at the Tennessee Invite.
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Florida’s Smith earned a trio of podium finishes and was a part of three winning relays as the Gators finished first at the Georgia Tech Invite.
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On Saturday, Kate Douglass took down the ACC record in the 200 breast with a time of 2:03.58 and then proceeded to lead off UVA’s 400 free relay with a 47.56
Virginia’s Alex Walsh blasted a 4:01.40 to break the ACC record in the 400 IM on night two of the Tennessee Invite. She beat the winning time at 2021 NCAA’s.
The 2021 Tennessee Invite should close out tonight with some great races throughout the evening, culminating with the 400 free relay.
Alex Walsh and Ellen Walshe were 1-2 in the 200 fly this morning, while Kate Douglass and Avery Wiseman were 1-2 in the 200 breast.
Ellen Walshe, swimming the 100 fly at the Tennessee Invite for the first time in her college career, became the second-fastest freshman ever in the event.
Alabama has some momentum coming into tonight after their women set school records in both the 200 free and the 400 medley relays last night.
Wiseman’s fellow freshman Ellen Walshe also had a huge showing for Tennessee this morning, putting up the No. 1 times in the 100 fly and 400 IM.
Junior Derek Maas crushed his lifetime best 200 IM time from the 2020 SEC Championships by 1.8 seconds and set a new meet record with a time of 1:43.12.
Michael Houlie and the Tennessee Volunteers beat University of North Carolina, Wilmington in their first dual meet of the 2021-22 season on Friday.
Olympic medalist Torri Huske leads a loaded Stanford class that landed the top spot in our rankings with four swimmers ranked inside the top-20 domestically.
Brendan Hyland, Ireland’s only Olympic event semifinalist at the 2019 World Championships, has been selected for Tokyo amid a bend in the country’s selection rules.