Alex Walsh will take on UVA teammate Ella Nelson and Tennessee’s Mona McSharry in tonight’s final of the women’s 200 breaststroke in Knoxville.
Like they did last year, sprint duo Jordan Crooks and Gui Caribe will be doing the heavy lifting at Rocky Top this season.
Also highlighting the final night in Charlotte was Tess Howley who won the women’s 200 back and set a personal best by two seconds.
Howley holds a personal best of 2:08.07 but swam a personal best today. She won the B final at 2022 International Team Trials.
Olivia Bray swam her second fastest 100 butterfly ever in Charlotte. She was seventh at 2021 Wave II Trials in the event.
In their first season as an NCAA Division I program, Queens (NC) won the men’s team title convincingly, beating out runner-up Tennessee by 112 points.
El Kamash, who was 13th in the men’s 800 free at the 2022 World Championships, is one of five scratches from the event on Wednesday in Knoxville.
Costa (pictured) was the top seed in the 1500 free, and had previously won the 400 and 800 free earlier on at the 2022 U.S. Open.
The U.S. Open Championships will begin tonight with a short distance session featuring the 800 free and 800 freestyle relay.
We’ve some fast swimming in Knoxville this week, and should be in store for more this evening in the meet’s final session.
The 2022 Tennessee Invite is underway this morning at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville.
The Ohio State women and Tennessee men won the CSCAA National Invitational Championship titles on Saturday, both earning those honors convincingly.
On Saturday, Kate Douglass took down the ACC record in the 200 breast with a time of 2:03.58 and then proceeded to lead off UVA’s 400 free relay with a 47.56
The 2021 Tennessee Invite should close out tonight with some great races throughout the evening, culminating with the 400 free relay.
It’s the final day of Wave I U.S. Olympic Trials, with the final few transfer spots to next week’s Wave II meet up for grabs.