Sean Grieshop is the top seed in the men’s 500 free, where he’s scheduled to swim in lane four of the sixth and final heat.
While a few big invites are yet to come, namely the Georgia Fall Invite and Texas Invite, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 swimmers in each event from the invites that have been swum so far.
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The Wolfpack distance crew got off to a strong start, with Anton Ipsen and Hannah Moore taking top seeds for finals in the 500 free.
NC State swimmers Hannah Moore and Ryan Held, North Carolina diver Elissa Dawson and Pitt diver Dominic Giordano were named ACC Swimming and Diving performers of the week.
Joseph Schooling gave Texas the lead after the fly leg of the 200 medley relay, but Ryan Held roared home in 18.8 to give NC State the victory.
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Held was the only man under 20 seconds today, clocking a 19.46 victory ahead of Wisconsin’s Cannon Clifton (20.26).
With Alexia Zevnik, Hannah Moore, and Rachel Muller coming off a strong 2016 NCAAs, and Ky-Lee Perry bringing immediate individual scoring potential, NC State should be able to compete for another top 10 finish this season.
Ashley Twichell, the 2016 U.S. Open champion in the women’s 800 free, is shooting for her second title of the meet in the 400 free on Wednesday night.
Andrew Wilson is top seed in the 200 breast on Day 2 of 2016 U.S. Open; his seed time is under the current meet record.
Cardinal Aquatics/Louisville’s Mallory Comerford was the fastest qualifier for the women’s 100 meter freestyle final and will battle Australia’s Shayna Jack for the U.S. Open title on Day 1.
NC State’s Anton Ipsen dominated the men’s 1500, winning with a time of 15:19.01 that put him over 40 seconds ahead of anyone else in the field.
Tonight could be a historic night for swimming at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials. Both Katie Ledecky and Michael Phelps could be making history tonight as they each have one final to contest.