Florida State won the men’s meet in a 180-120 decision while LSU won the women’s meet 180.5-119.5.
The NCAA schedule is getting busy again as teams return to dual meet competition, highlighted this week by Auburn’s decisive wins over SEC rivals.
In one of the more unexpected swims of the meet, Alabama distance star Kensey McMahon won the women’s 200 fly decisively, speeding to a 1:56.97.
Brown swam a best time by over five seconds to win the 400 IM. Her time also puts her into the top 100 in the 15-16 age group of all time.
Ford, a holder of 9 Scottish age group records, will join a young backstroke group at LSU along with Griffin Curtis and Reese Voelkel.
Voelkel will join LSU in the fall of 2022. With his times, he has the potential to be one of the top backstrokers in the program.
LSU held an intrasquad in place of their canceled dual meet. Brooks Curry swam the 50 freestyle, winning all three rounds of the event swum ISL knockout style
USC sophomore Kaitlyn Dobler swept the breaststroke races at this weekend’s Art Adamson Invite, including an Automatic Qualifying Time for the NCAA Championships in the 200 breast on Friday.
Tiago Pereira will go in as top seed in the 50 fly with a 21.82 on the final night of swimming at the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite.
NOVA sisters Grace and Caroline Sheble come in as tonight’s top 2 seeds in the 200 fly final while Inspire Swim Team holds the top 2 men’s 50 back seeds.
Michigander Griffin Curtis has announced his commitment to swim and study at Louisiana State University beginning in 2021-22.