Nocentini, the Northwestern record holder in the 50 free, experimented with breaststroke events in her team’s season opener and had some formidable results.
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Thursday morning’s prelims session at the 2022 Canadian Trials will feature the 50 fly, 100 breast, 200 free, para 50 fly and para 100 free.
Hansson and Wenger are now the #3 and #4 performers all time in the event, right behind Tennessee alum Molly Hannis.
Phoebe Bacon of Wisconsin will look to defend her B1G title in the 200 backstroke today. She is the top seed in the event.
After completing a four-peat last night in the 50 free, Michigan senior Maggie MacNeil is a near-lock to do so once again on Friday in the 100 fly.
Led by senior Maggie MacNeil and a strong freshman contingent, the Wolverines look to reclaim the Big Ten title after three straight runner-up finishes.
Phoebe Bacon won both the 100 and 200 backstroke as well as the 200 IM as the Wisconsin men and women defeated Northwestern on Saturday.
Hosts Georgia tech dropped both women’s meets, and the men’s meet, while Northwestern came away with wins in all 3.
After posting the top time during this morning’s prelims session, Louisville’s Evgenii Somov, the reigning ACC Champ, is set to take on the 200 breaststroke.
Purdue freshman Brady Samuels dropped nearly a full second in the 100 fly to take the top seed for tonight’s finals in 45.95.
Kate Douglass and the Virginia Cavaliers continue to hold down the top spot in the November edition of our women’s NCAA power rankings.
Alex Walsh and the defending NCAA champion Virginia Cavaliers are the clear-cut #1 ranking women’s team as we stand here in October.
Indiana came away with decisive wins in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Smith and Angus each had banner 2020-21 seasons, not only for their own swimming careers but also for the NU program.