Auburn hosted SEC opponent Georgia for a men’s and women’s dual meet this past Friday, dropping both meets to the Bulldogs.
Georgia sophomore Luca Urlando (above) posted the nation-leading time in the 100 back on Saturday against South Carolina.
Both the Georgia men and women opened their 2022-23 campaign in dominant fashion over UNC on Saturday afternoon in Athens.
The Georgia Bulldogs had their second-highest finish in program history at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, but the graduation of two key pieces will force some creativity to maintain that spot this year.
After a season-and-a-half at the University of Utah, Harrison Wayner will transfer closer to home to the University of Georgia.
Utes went at least 1-2-3 in 5 individual events. The best performance from a team perspective came in the women’s 100 breast, where Utah took the top 4 spots
Ryan Foote of Spokane Waves Aquatic Team has announced his verbal commitment to Utah for 2019-20.
Samuel Jyawook from Skyline High School and Club Wolverine in Ann Arbor, Michigan will head to Utah in the fall.
Patrick Schramm of Brophy College Prep and Phoenix Swim Club has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Utah for 2018-19.
Garrett Sutton, who swims for McMinnville Swim Club and McMinnville High School in Oregon, has verbally committed to the University of Utah for 2018-19.
Andrew Britton of Joseph Gregori High School and Ripon Aquatics has verbally committed to the University of Utah’s class of 2022.
Ben Waterman from New Mexico’s Eldorado High School and Lobo Aquatic Club has verbally committed to University of Utah for 2018-19.
Harrison Wayner of Savannah Arts Academy and Georgia Coastal Aquatic Team has verbally committed to the University of Utah, and will overlap one year with his older sister Darby.
On the women’s side, 400 IM champ Alina Faunce of T2 brought in another victory for her team with her performance in the 200 fly.
Presenting the AgonSwim Weekly Wonders for the weekend of October 28-30, 2016.