Madisyn Cox of Texas won the 200 IM at tonight’s Texas Invite, hitting the fastest time in the NCAA this season and leading the way for many strong swims.
Linnea Mack and the UCLA Bruins lead the women’s meet after two days at A3 Performance Invitational in Monterey Park, California.
Arizona men win 172-126 over USC; USC women defeat Arizona 156-144.
USC swept ASU in Tempe today, with both teams turning in B cuts and times currently ranked top ten in the NCAA.
After a strong sophomore season, Chelsea Chenault (in pool) will lead USC into what is expected to be a much improved team in 2015-2016
Apostalon’s best times are currently 21.76 in the 50 freestyle, 47.73 in the 100 freestyle, and 51.92 in the 100 backstroke.
Elizabeth Pelton is the top seed in the 200 backstroke, an event which could see four or more swimmers under the 1:50 barrier.
Missy Franklin could sweep all of her individual events at the Pac-12 Champs, although Elizabeth Pelton has been faster this season in the 200 IM and 200 back.
The women of USC and UCLA showed up to swim at the final dual meet of the season for each Pac-12 squad. Among numerous season and lifetime-bests was a nation-leading 9:33 in the 1000 free from sophomore Chelsea Chenault.
The Cardinal women rallied for their seniors on Senior Day to defeat USC
Townley Haas (pictured above) is the top seed coming out of prelims in the boys 200 free, going a lifetime-best 1:48.51.
The first swim-off of the morning which happened before the first scheduled event, the 200m IM, featured two young swimmers vying for a spot on the Jr. Pan Pac team in the 100m fly. Cassidy Bayer and Hannah Weiss fought back and forth throughout the entirety of the race, but in the end it was Bayer who dipped under the one-minute mark to set up her spot on the roster at with a 59.85 at just 14-years-old.
USC commit Hannah Weiss led off the record-breaking relay for KING in a 28.93 backstroke leg.
Ashley Sutherland joined the KING medley relay, and they broke another NAG Record.