2018 SEC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 14 – Sunday, February 18, 2018 College Station, TX – Rec Center Natatorium Prelims/Finals:…
Dressel got the ball rolling with an 18.91 free split on the 200 medley relay and later won the individual 50 free in 19.41, just out-touching Tennessee’s Kyle Decoursey (19.48).
Stevens also went 52.91 to win the 100 breast.
Tennessee swept the swimming events, while Arkansas took both diving events in this SEC matchup.
Together, the University of Tennessee’s men’s and women’s teams rose a combined 11 spots in our post-invite Power Rankings after breakout performances at home.
Coming off of a disappointing freshman year, Nelson is now 2nd in the nation in the 100 backstroke, behind only Kathleen Baker.
Katie Ledecky and Mallory Comerford are tied for most NCAA ‘A’ cuts with 4 each.
Who volunteered to make the biggest leap in our first Power Rankings after mid-season invites? Hint: they’ve got 4 sophomores in major NCAA scoring range, including the fastest 100 flyer in the nation.
We’re now through the second round of NCAA midseason invites and it’s time to take a look at where the division 1 teams stand. SwimSwam has put together a list of the top 16 times in each event up to this point.
Litherland was Georgia’s top competitor during a third-place team effort in the UGA Fall Invitational at Gabrielsen Natatorium.
Caroline Baldwin went 47.14 yesterday in the 100 free at the Tennessee Invite, ranking her second in the NCAA behind only Mallory Comerford.
2017 TENNESSEE INVITATIONAL Thursday, November 30th – Saturday, December 2nd Allan Jones Aquatic Center Knoxville, Tennessee Prelims 10 am CT…
In the first night of competition at the 2017 Tennessee Invite, Denver’s Bailey Andison (pictured), North Carolina’s Caroline Baldwin, and Tennessee’s Erika Brown each put up swims that would have placed them in the top 8 at last year’s NCAA Championships.
Siobhan Haughey’s Michigan Wolverines are one of two teams making big leaps into our top 5.
Tennessee’s Micah Bohon, Erika Brown, and Tess Cieplucha led the way for the Volunteer women as they took down Louisville last Thursday.