Reigning NCAA champ Emma Sticklen blazed a nation-leading 200 fly time of 1:51.50 in prelims, but teammate Kelly Pash could challenge her in tonight’s final.
Luke Hobson, the defending NCAA champion, will take on freshmen stars Krzysztof Chmielewski and Rex Maurer in the 500 free on Thursday in Austin.
After swimming the seventh fastest 100 fly this morning, Beata Nelson has scratched out of the tonight’s final in the event.
After moving into 4th this year on day one, Zhang now sits as the third fastest in the NCAA this season in the 200 free after lowering his conference record.
Zhang reset his own conference record in the 500 freestyle, leading the event by nearly four seconds with a time of 4:15.96.
The Northern Arizona women are poised to take their 10th straight WAC title, while the UNLV men are in position to take their 3rd consecutive title.
The Varsity Blues earned dominant victories over UNLV and Denver in Las Vegas as head coach Byron MacDonald achieved a historic milestone.
By FINA rules, David Popovici is only allowed to swim one leg of a relay. So who else could Romania put around him with a chance at an Olympic final?
On the final day of the MVN Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions, Cal pro Ryan Murphy swam a solid 53.49 in prelims of the 100 back.
On Saturday night at the 2022 Fran Crippen SMOC, Cal pro Ryan Murphy clipped his season best of 1:56.78 in the 200 back, winning the event with a 1:56.43.
It was a fitting end for Shoults, who got to swim his final race in his home pool, having grown up competing for Mission Viejo Nadadores.
Northern Arizona women earned their 9th consecutive WAC title tonight after Casey Craffey won the 1650 and Maddy Rey won her 3rd individual event of the meet
Northern Arizona women maintained their lead after Maddy Rey won the 400 IM with a school-record time of 4:15.32 and a 2-second lead over the field.
UNLV men and NAU women maintained their leads after Bolanos won the 200 IM, Mykkannen scored a 2nd place finish in the 500, and NAU’s Maddy Rey won the 500.
UNLV men had to chase down Air Force’s 800 free relay after AFA’s Zhang led-off with a WAC record time of 1:33.39. UNLV took control in the last half to win.