Claire Curzan downed the meet record in the women’s 100 fly with 56.61 becoming the third-fastest American woman in history.
Lydia Jacoby of Seward Tsunami popped a 1:07.57 in the 100 breast in San Antonio to move to #2 all-time for 15-16 girls.
The University of Texas is all over the psych sheets here, whether it’s with current or former members of their NCAA program.
The Texas Longhorns face-off with the Texas A&M Aggies in Austin this evening in a dual with both the men’s and women’s programs.
The freshman claimed individual wins in the 200-yard backstroke and 100-yard butterfly on Saturday.
Julia Cook was one of six Longhorns to record an NCAA “B” cut, doing so in the women’s 100 backstroke with a time of 53.23.
The time is Foster’s 2nd fastest of the year, coming in behind the 1:47.74 he swam in January, which currently ranks him as the #4 American this year.
Read more on the top 8 U.S. women’s 200 IMers this Olympic quad, featuring Melanie Margalis, Kathleen Baker, Alex Walsh, Madisyn Cox, Ella Eastin, and more.
There’s not a lot of drama at the top of the women’s Big 12, but the battle for bronze could be fierce between TCU, Iowa State and West Virginia.
It was a senior-heavy NCAA, with five seniors projected among the top 8 individual scorers. We look back at the past 4 years to evaluate recruiting ranks.
Freshman Kelly Pash will also swim just two events at the 2020 NCAAs (200 FL/FR), cutting her out into a Longhorn relay asset.
Tonight, we’ll see finals of the 200 back, 100 free, 1650 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay, and plaform diving.
This morning, the preliminaries of the 200 back, 100 breast, 200 breast, and 200 fly will be contested, featuring Texas’ Claire Adams in the 100 free.
The Texas Longhorns have built up big leads through the first 2 days of competition.
This morning, the 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 fly will be contested, featuring Texas’ Maxime Rooney in the 100 fly.