Rachel Stege of Georgia has scratched out of the 1650 free on Day 5 at SEC Championships; it would have been her 3rd individual event.
After lowering her own SEC meet record to 57.06 in prelims, Mona McSharry looks to defend her 100 breaststroke crown on Day 4 of SECs.
Mona McSharry, who has already been a stunning 56.87 in the 100 breast this season, comes in as the top seed in the women’s 100 breast this morning.
Florida is the clear favorite for the SEC title. Behind them Auburn, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Georgia’s battle for 2nd place may come down to last race.
Alabama freshmen Jada Scott and Cadence Winter are providing the Crimson Tide women a big boost in what projected to be a rebuilding year.
Auburn’s Kensley Merritt posted the 2nd-fastest time in the nation in the 200 back (1:55.73) and the 3rd-fastest time in the nation in the 100 back (52.59).
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Emma Weyant will compete for the first time on the third day of action at the U.S. Pro Championships in Irvine as the top seed in the women’s 400 IM.
Several swimmers including Patrick Sammon have scratched out of their events at the Pro Championships after having been named to the LEN European U23 team.
The final day of racing in Columbia saw the women’s 1500, men’s 800, 50 back, 200 IM, 100 free, 50 breast and 400 medley relay.
The Nebraska women and Mizzou men won three of the four individual events contested on Friday at the Columbia Speedo Sectionals.
With a Worlds berth already in the 1500 free and the 800 still to come, Bobby Finke has scratched the 400 free on Day 4 in Greensboro.
After likely qualifying for Worlds in two events, Leah Smith has scratched the 400 IM where she was the #3 seed, for Day 3 prelims.
There were a number of scratches for day 2 prelims at the 2022 US World Championship Trials, the most notable being Abbey Weitzel in the 200 freestyle.