Gretchen Walsh leads all swimmers with five NCAA ‘A’ cuts through the midseason invite portion of the 2023-24 campaign.
After blasting a 47.98 100m freestyle this morning, Chris Guiliano will look to challenge his best time of 41.48 in the SCY version of the event.
Hannah Bach and Josie Panitz went 1-2 in the 100 breaststroke prelims this morning, and will look to do the same tonight.
The day two prelims session at the Ohio State Invite will feature several World Championship medalists from Fukuoka this past summer.
The Ohio State team opened up their invitational this morning by claiming three top seeds heading into tonight’s finals session.
Fourth last season, the Louisville Cardinals kick off the 2023-24 campaign as SwimSwam’s #3 ranked team in the NCAA.
With 48 individual points returning for their fifth year of eligiblity, along with some dynamite relays, the Buckeyes are well-positioned entering 2023-24.
After winning the 200 breast last night, Lilly King will take a shot at the 50 breast on day three of the 2023 U.S. National Championships.
After missing last year’s U.S. International Team by less than a tenth in the 100 breast, reigning Olympic champ Lydia Jacoby has been on a revenge tour.
Kate Douglass lived up to the billing and then some as the top-ranked recruit coming out of the girls’ high school class of 2019.
Claire Curzan takes on the 100 fly/100 back double, both of which are shaping up to be tight races, on Day 3 of Women’s D1 NCAAs.
This morning’s action will include prelims of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back.
Texas junior Anna Elendt tallied the third-fastest breaststroke split ever to help the Longhorns claim third place at the NCAA Championships in 1:33.22.
As is the case with most of the relays at this year’s NCAAs, Virginia’s 400 medley relay quartet is simply a step above the rest of the competition.
The all-star quartet of Gretchen Walsh, Alex Walsh, Lexi Cuomo and Kate Douglass give UVA a massive edge over the field in the women’s 200 medley relay.