Kennedy Gilbertson was one of the top performers of the meet, winning two individual events on top of her two relay victories.
Breaststroker Emily Constable has announcer her verbal commitment to Vanderbilt, making her their first public commitment for the class of 2028.
South Carolina sophomore Michael Laitarovsky set a new program record in the men’s 100 back, clocking 45.92 at Day 2 finals of the Gamecock invite.
Five Auburn women cracked 56 in the 100 fly, led by Claudia Thamm in 54.91. Thamm also tied for first in the 50 free (23.13).
MacNeil has already started breaking LSU program records, taking down the 100 back and 100 free marks yesterday.
With a rising young core, the Tennessee women appear poised to reclaim the SEC title after winning for the first time in 2020.
Emma Carlton, a transfer from Texas A&M, won three individual events as Tennessee defeated Vanderbilt 204-58 on Thursday.
A snowstorm blowing through central Tennessee has caused the cancellation of a tri meet between South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Bellarmine this weekend.
After double-digit transfers from their team in between seasons, the Razorbacks dominated in their home opener against Vanderbilt and Drury.
Former Arizona Wildcat Faith Knelson will join Vanderbilt next spring, she announced. Knelson entered the transfer portal after her freshman year.
Knelson raced one meet with the Arizona Wildcats this past season then took a medical redshirt due to a spinal injury.
The time comes in just off Schlicht’s best of 3:40.14, which he swam at the 2019 NCAAs.
Arizona swimmers Brooks Fail and David Schlicht punched their NCAA tickets, and the Wildcat men and women lead the Antelopes after Day 1.
Arizona will get two key contributors back from Olympic gap years. David Schlicht (redshirt) and Faith Knelson (deferral) competed at this morning’s invite.
Breaststroke specialist Nadia Bouraoui from Santa Clara Swim Club has sent a verbal commitment to the University of Arizona’s class of 2025.