The 2022 Big 12 Swimming & Diving Championship wrap up with tonight, and a few conference and meet records could be in danger.
Texas sophomore Carson Foster will vie for a Big 12 title defense tonight in the men’s 200 IM, a final that will feature six Longhorn swimmers.
As always, Thursday’s action will include the 500 free, 200 IM, and 50 free.
The Swimulator shows Texas nearly lapping the field, and that’s without diving.
Following her high school graduation in 2023, Cox will come to Morgantown to help bolster the Mountaineer’s backstroke group.
The latest transfer out of the Arkansas women’s swimming and diving team is Hannah Cech who will swim for West Virginia next fall.
On the slate for the last finals session of the Altanta Classic are the women’s and men’s 200 IM, 200 back, and 100 free.
Kiley Wilhelm swam a monster 100m backstroke (1:00.97) over the weekend to qualify for Wave II at 2021 Olympic Trials.
Nelson was 1:46.07 in the 200 IM and 48.15 in the 100 fly. Neither were bests, but he still set new 1A/2A records in both.
Both boys hit lifetime bests, as Nelson entered the meet with a best of 1:47.17, and Hoover 1:47.00.
NC 1A & 2A Central Region champion Katie Knorr has announced her decision to swim at East Carolina University beginning in the fall of 2021.
SwimAtlanta butterflyer and backstroker Mia Walters has announced her intention to swim for West Virginia University.
The Carrboro girls are back-to-back champions at the 2020 NCHSAA Swimming and Diving Championship, winning by just an 11 point margin over Lincoln Charter.
Emily Knorr, whose twin sister Katie has not yet announced a commitment, will join the Mountaineers in the fall of 2021.