Texas Women Hold Slim Leads Over ‘Zona and SMU; Longhorn Men Dominating After Day One of Double Dual
Sam Lewis kicked off the day for the Texas men with a dominant win in the 1000 free.
A number of high-profile scratches will shake up the heat sheets for Saturday night finals of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin, including two of the top four qualifiers in the women’s 200 IM.
200 Back – 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Ryan Murphy was first in 1:56.91, followed by Matt Grevers at 1:57.43, and Jacob Pebley added a third place finish with his time of 1:58.47.
200 back at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Ryan Murphy was first in 1:56.91, followed by Matt Grevers at 1:57.43, and Jacob Pebley added a third place finish with his time of 1:58.47.
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Jack Conger Breaks Down His Monstrous 51.6 100m Fly – Arena Pro Swim Series Austin (VIDEO INTERIVEW)
Prior to this swim, Conger’s best time was a 52.51 from the prelims, showing a massive time-drop in the event.
It’s the same series with a new name – the Arena Pro Swim Series kicked off in Austin today and…
Jack Conger’s explosive 100 fly was a major highlight from day 1. What else did SwimSwam and the SwimSwam commenters notice?
Austin, TX – University of Texas superstar sophomore, Jack Conger, talked with his school’s Longhorn Network recently in a state-of-the-union-type…
Top-ranked Longhorns resume dual-meet competition with annual meets against SEC foes Auburn and Georgia.
Cal’s Liz Pelton (right) and Missy Franklin (center) lead the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cuts each, and Rachel Bootsma (left) is also qualified.
Will Licon powered his way to the top 400IM time in the country: 3:42.48, as Texas men and women lead the Texas Hall of Fame Invite after today’s events.
Watch Jack Conger go 2:38 in the 300 yard backstroke–in practice. This is just one part of a UT Swimming Speed Set, aka The Eddie Reese Invite.
2012 U.S. Olympian Rachel Bootsma will represent her country in Gwangju, South Korea in July, 2015 at the World University Games.
The Michigan were on fire this weekend, winning the high-profile Quad meet even though perhaps the best Wolverine swim didn’t even garner them any points.