Texas A&M junior Ethan Gogulski (above) posted the fastest time in the country in the 200 back so far this year, clocking a 1:39.98.
Texas A&M junior Chloe Stepanek logged a time of 1:44.41 in the women’s 200 free to overtake Texas’ Kelly Pash (1:44.78) for the top time in the NCAA.
Maggie MacNeil capped off her impressive triple by splitting a 49.10 100 fly on the 400 medley relay, marking the fastest split in history.
Curry’s time, which is nearly identical to his heats swim from last season’s invite (19.14), overtakes Josh Liendo (19.27) for the top time in the NCAA
Kahler kicked things off with a dominant win in the 1000 free, swimming a 10:02.03.
ASU sophomore Leon Marchand goes 10-for-10 in individual event wins this season. USC women defeat ASU with three multi-event winners.
Follow along here at SwimSwam for a live recap of the second day of competition at the Texas-Virginia dual meet, which includes more longer-distance events.
Kaitlyn Dobler and Reid Mikuta went times of 57.83 and 51.41 in the 100 breast respectively, which both would have scored at NCAAs last season.
Quintin McCarty, one of the fastest freshman sprinters in the NCAA, went 19.44 in the 50 free unsuited and was just 0.09 seconds off of his personal best.
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USC’s Isabelle Odgers (pictured) was the top points scorer on the women’s side of the meet, racking up a total of 52 individual points.
Foster’s time is faster than the automatic qualifying standard of 3:39.16 for NCAAs, making Foster the first swimmer to hit such a cut in the 2022-23 season.
Carson Foster will be among the swimmers representing the University of Texas at this weekend’s SMU Classic.
Pennington only competed for USC for a semester, and ended up dropping 15 seconds in the 1650 free and winning a Pac-12 title in her time with the Trojans.
Trojan Swim Club hosted the LA Invitational this past weekend at USC, featuring a few West coast colleges, as well as many of Southern California’s top clubs.