The 2022 Big 12 Swimming & Diving Championship wrap up with tonight, and a few conference and meet records could be in danger.
The Big 12 Champs continue tonight with finals of 3m diving, 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, and the 100 back, and timed finals of the 200 free relay.
Texas took a massive step in the right direction last season, putting together a greatly improved NCAA team performance, for a 3rd-place finish.
The Texas Longhorn men and women swept intrastate rivals Texas A&M Friday night in the Aggies home pool in College Station.
Emma Sticklen and Carson Foster are the Big 12 Swimmers of the Week, while Ellie Andrews, Hailey Hernandez, Jordan Windle and Geremia Freri were also honored.
US Olympian Erica Sullivan earned two individual victories in her college debut as the Texas women swept Incarnate Word in Austin.
Olympic silver medalist Erica Sullivan (pictured) headlines Texas’ class with the ability to come in and win NCAA titles right away.
New Albany won the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay, while Peroni took down a 2013 Ohio high school state record in the 200 IM.
Voss has improved massively in the 200, entering this fall with a best time of 1:42.56.
16-year-old Lydia Jacoby of Seward, Alaska has moved to #2 all-time in the 15-16 age category in the 100m breast.
Canadian world champ Maggie MacNeil will swim the 100 fly this afternoon, and former world record-holder Kathleen Baker heads the 100 back.
Summer Juniors qualifier Channing Hanley (2021) has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Texas women’s swimming and diving team.
Riley Courtney, a 1:03/2:15 breaststroker from Scottsdale Aquatic Club, has verbally committed to the Longhorns for 2021-22.
One of the best sprint classes we’ve ever seen is out on the recruiting market. We rank down the top high school juniors, led by #1 Gretchen Walsh.
Carson Foster finished off his Olympic Trials simulation in the 200 IM on Saturday night with another 1:58.