Sullivan swam faster today than she did at NCAAs last year. She now has the #1 time in the NCAA by over two and a half seconds.
It was a chaotic week in the NCAA. Among the highlights we break down Marchand’s swims, other NCAA leading times, and check in on the midseason transfers.
Florida freshman Zoe Dixon (above) swam two season bests and won three events against rival Florida State on Friday.
Mona McSharry and the Tennessee women aim to win their third conference title in four seasons next month, but it will be a tall task in the competitive SEC.
Rising Bosnian and Herzegovinian star Lana Pudar will be one to watch this year as she continues to move up the ranks in the women’s fly events.
Weyant swam and won three individual events at the Florida vs. FAU dual meet, setting her fastest-ever dual meet times in the 200 free and 500 free.
On the heels of Emma Weyant’s Sporti Swim Collection release she announces she is returning to NCAA competition this weekend with the Gators.
After transferring from UVA, Olympic silver medalist Emma Weyant is eligible to swim for the Florida Gators on Friday in their dual meet with FAU.
Teaming up with Sporti for a co-branded collection following the NCAA NIL policy change last year, Weyant is ready to step into her daylight.
The new rules are expected to force coaches to become more selective about accepting transfers due to the additional financial constraints.
Florida’s Jake Mitchell posted lifetime bests in the 200 back and 100 free to close out the final session of the 2022 U.S. Open.
Erica Sullivan won both the 800 freestyle relay and the 500 freestyle during the first two days of the 2022 Minnesota Invite.
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After breaking the 17-18 NAG in prelims with a 53.11, all eyes will be on Daniel Diehl as he leads the field in the 100 backstroke.
After swimming personal bests in prelims and finals of the 200 IM last night, Regan Smith will take the stage in both the 100 fly and 100 back this morning.