Lilly King will swim the women’s 100 breast on day 4 in Indianapolis.
Chase Kalisz will look to continue his streak of dominant 400 IM performances going at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Indy.
Jacob Pebley is the top seed in the men’s 200 back field by a wide margin in Indianapolis.
At the wall it was Bentz, who came back in 27.94, out-touching the other two for the win in 53.03, with Shields 2nd in 53.08 and Lanza 3rd in 53.12.
Simone Manuel will battle a stacked field tonight in the women’s 100 freestyle in Indianapolis.
Nathan Adrian will swim his signature 100 freestyle on day 2 of the Indianapolis Pro Series.
Ryan Held has scratched the men’s 100 fly final tonight in Indianapolis after placing 4th this morning in 53.69.
Looking back, you might be surprised who wound up with the #1 class in terms of total individual NCAA scoring from 2015 to 2018.
Flashback 2013: We had Bolles School teammates Joseph Schooling and Caeleb Dressel ranked #1 and #2 in the class. How did those rankings hold up, and what did the rest of the top-ranked recruiting class look like over four years of NCAA production?
Indiana leads a brutally-close team battle, and also has several event title contenders tonight: among them Ian Finnerty (pictured) in the 100 breast and Blake Pieroni in the 200 free.
We try to put record-breaking swims by Dressel and Finnerty into context, along with some other thoughts from the third day of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Tonight, it was DeVine on top as he became the 2nd fastest 400 IMer in history.
Five teams are within 16 and a half points of one another for the NCAA crown at the moment, with today’s meet-high 7-event prelims session holding perhaps the most valuable key to securing a team championship.
Andrew Seliskar leads the way in the fastest 400 IM preliminary in history.
Tonight, it was Florida’s Jan Switkowski taking over, as he put up a 1:39.54 to become the 3rd fastest performer ever. Behind him, NC State’s Vazaios also broke 1:40 in 1:39.97 to become #4.