Felix Auboeck clocked a sub-3:50 performance in the 400 SCM free as Michigan took control of the Orange Bowl Swim Classic in Key Largo today.
After swimming the fastest time in the country this morning in the 500 free, Cal’s Andrew Seliskar will contest the men’s 200 IM final on night 1 of the Georgia Fall Invite.
That’s his fastest he’s been in dual meets, ever– the sophomore was 8:51.71 for his PR going out in his mile at 2018 NCAAs.
Junior standout Felix Auboeck looks to lead the #5 Michigan men in 2018-2019.
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Sierra Schmidt posted an impressive 8:36.48 800 free on the final day of the Eric Namesnik Memorial Open.
Felix Auboeck won the men’s 400 free on day 2 of the 2018 Eric Namesnik Memorial Open.
Tri-Hampton YMCA’s David Curtiss won the men’s 50 free tonight at the 2018 YMCA Short Course National Championships, posting a personal best of 19.75.
The Mason Manta Rays team of Carson Foster, Jake Foster, Jacob McDonald, and Adam Chaney went 1:26.27 to take down the 15-18 200 medley relay NAG on night 1 of the 2018 TYR Junior National Cup.
Conner McHugh took over the #1 spot in the nation with his preliminary 1:51.66 200 breast, and will look to knock it down even further tonight.
Indiana senior Blake Pieroni will swim in his premier event, the 200 freestyle, on day 3 at the Big Ten Championships.
For years, Northern Virginia has been a hotbed of elite high school swimming, and the atmospherics at the 6A Northern Region championship meet – typically held before a capacity crowd at the Oak Marr Rec Center – often lead to some of the fastest prep times in the country.
It’s a dead heat at the top of our men’s rankings. Ryan Hoffer and Cal hold top time in the nation in 4 relays. But after a stellar Texas Invite, did the three-time defending champs run them down for the top spot?
The third and final prelims session of the 2017 UGA Invite wrapped up this morning with the Cal Bears continuing to look dominant.
Cal, Michigan, and Georgia continue to duke it out at the UGA Invite, giving swim fans a preview of what’s to come at the NCAA Championships.