After demolishing the 400 IM 17-18 NAG record in October, what can Carson Foster do tonight in a match-up with older brother Jake?
The Texas women looked incredible in this 400 medley relay, triumphantly taking the #1 time in the country by more than two seconds
Carson Foster led the 200 IM prelims this morning at 1:43.12, and he’ll challenge his 1:42.43 lifetime best tonight as the favorite to win.
Senior Evie Pfeifer swam the third-fastest 500 free in the NCAA this season, blasting a 4:38.66 at prelims of Texas’s Hall of Fame Invite.
The first night of the Texas Hall of Fame Swimming Invite kicked off in Austin with several relays in Austin. Texas saw multiple relays hit NCAA “A” cuts.
Texas junior Drew Kibler holds the #1 ranking in the NCAA this season in both the men’s 200 and 500 freestyle.
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.
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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.