Indiana’s Lilly King continued her sensational freshman campaign by shattering the American, U.S. Open and NCAA records in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAA Championships.
Indiana’s Lilly King has had a breakout freshman year, leading a field of veterans in the 200 breaststroke.
Kelsi Worrell of Louisville will look for her 3rd win in as many events tonight as she is the top seed in the 100 free.
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Leading the night was Florida Gulf Coast sophomore Katie Armitage, who won both the 100 breast (1:01.73) and the 200 breast (2:15.69), setting new pool records and achieving NCAA ‘B’ standards in both events.
“I couldn’t be happier to be training at ND alongside my best friends again, now under head coach Mike Litzinger.”
“I chose Notre Dame because of its rich tradition of academic and athletic excellence. I know the future of the program is very bright under the enthusiastic direction of Coach Litzinger and Coach Woo.”
In that men’s 200 breast, we’ll see Michael Phelps. After a stellar meet, putting up the world’s fastest times in the 100 fly, 200 fly, and 200 I.M., it should be fun to watch him challenge an off event.
Now that we have all witnessed the glory that is the Michael Phelps comeback trail, we can safely get psyched for his prelims swim in the 100 fly.
Graduate Emma Reaney won bronze at the World University Games, while freshman Sofia Revilak swam at the Pan Am Games.
After the final day of pool swimming competition at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, the United States stayed on top of the medal table with an unprecedented 15 golds, 10 silvers, and eight bronzes.
Jacob Pebley is the top seed in the men’s 200m backstroke after posting the fastest time in the semifinal yesterday.
Abbey Weitzeil leads a 1-2 punch of Americans coming out of heats of the 100 freestyle.
Highlighted by University of Notre Dame graduates Allison Casareto and Emma Reaney, six Irish women’s swimming and diving standouts earned academic recognition from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America recently.
Tom Shields One of Five USA Swimming National Teamers to Assist in World’s Largest Swim Lesson on Thursday
Nic Fink, Connor Jaeger, Melanie Margalis, Emma Reaney, and Tom Shields will all be participating in the event.