This morning’s women’s session features seven-time World Champs gold medalist Mallory Comerford leading the 100 freestyle.
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.
The Indianapolis site appears to be the biggest of all of the sites, with a large number of Olympians and National Team athletes slated to appear.
Katie Ledecky? Missy Franklin? Regan Smith? Who is the top NCAA swimming prospect of the past decade? We rank our top 50 since 2012.
It was shaping up to be a banner year for freshmen, led by #1 recruit Kate Douglass – who was on the cusp of a historic freshman scoring effort.
After breaking a 34-yr drought with their 2020 Big Ten title, the Ohio State Buckeyes have now added their 6th team title, tying for the 3rd-most in history.
The Ohio State women will aim to secure their first B1G team title since 1986 while Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson will contest for her final B1G title.
Alongside numerous other races worth watching on Saturday night, Alabama’s Rhyan White’s 200 backstroke is sure to provide an exciting swim.
Ohio State heads into today with a commanding lead over Michigan.
After breaking Northwestern records in the 200 IM and 100 back yesterday, Calypso Sheridan is the heavy favorite to take the 400 IM title tonight.
Ohio State comes in as the early leader, yet Michigan’s MacNeil/Tucker could potentially snag 2 titles later in the evening for the 2nd-place Wolverines.
After an exciting night of relays, let’s get into some individual racing!
Last year, Indiana drew first blood with a win in the 200 medley relay, where they swam a 1:34.71 to win the event for a second year in a row.
Michigan looks set to take the Big ten title back after getting dethroned by IU last year.