The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams for all 21 league sponsored sports. Twenty-one swimmers and divers were honored at the SEC Championships on Tuesday.
Ricardo Vargas of Michigan swam the fastest time in the NCAA in the men’s 1650 on day 4 of the Georgia Invite.
Courtney Harnish swept the 200, 500 and 1000 freestyle events for the second straight dual meet as the Georgia Bulldogs swept South Carolina at home.
Mabel Zavaros put up 15 points as the Florida women defeated the Bulldogs at Georgia for the first time since 1993.
The UGA men snag another in-state, middle-distance backstroker in North Oconee High School’s Charlie Logan – who swam for Georgia senior assistant
Georgia took a bit hit with the loss of Gunnar Bentz and Jay Litherland, but a solid returning core plus one of the most intriguing prospects in the freshman class should keep the Bulldogs in the hunt for a top ten finish come NCAAs.
Kierra Smith will look for the breaststroke sweep on the final night of Canadian Trials in the 200.
The first day of finals is set to get underway from Edmonton.
Margalis took a half second off of her season-best with this swim.
Erika Brown, who had huge breakouts during the NCAA season, is already improving in the long course pool after her best time in the 100 fly this morning.
The only scratch with a projected scoring impact this morning is Louisville’s Nicholas Albiero in the 100 fly. He was seeded #16.
Swimming it for the first time at NCAAs, Andrew Seliskar is in the hunt for the 200 breast NCAA title.
The final preliminary session of the 2018 SEC Championships will feature the men’s and women’s 200 back, 100 free and 200 breast.
The third and final prelims session of the 2017 UGA Invite wrapped up this morning with the Cal Bears continuing to look dominant.
Gonzalez’s time was not only the fastest time in the NCAA thus far by 2 seconds, but also the fastest time done by any swimmer this year, topping Chase Kalisz’s 3:39.45 from Winter Nationals.