Texas freshmen Erin Gemmell is slated to face off against USC graduate student Vasilissa Buinaia and USC freshman Minna Abraham in the 100 free on Saturday.
Walsh split 45.18 on the third leg of UVA’s 400 free relay, surpassing Maggie Mac Neil’s for the fastest rolling 100 free split.
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.
Alex Walsh and Gretchen Walsh are set for a women’s 200-yard freestyle showdown against University of Virginia teammate Aimee Canny on Thursday night.
Canny, in her first time swimming the 500-yard freestyle, posted a time that leads the NCAA by over two seconds and would have won at 2023 NCAAs.
Jordan Crooks headlines the men’s 50 freestyle on Day 1 of the Tennessee Invite, where the meet is running LCM for prelims and SCY for finals.
The Walsh sisters will race head-to-head in the 200 free at the Tennessee Invitational, which gets underway on Wednesday from Knoxville.
La Federazione Italiana Nuoto ha rivelato una formazione di 30 atleti per l’evento, suddivisa equamente in 15 femmine e 15 maschi.
In Week 6 of our NCAA recap, we’re looking at dual meet clashes between top-ranked DI and DII teams, Stanford’s early returns, and mid-major breaststrokers.
Gretchen Walsh swam a 50 backstroke American record of 22.54 to lead off Virginia’s 200 medley relay that improved their #1 ranking in the NCAA this season.
Texas and Virginia return to action this morning in Charlottesville in a shorter format with no “super finals,” but still plenty of chances for fast swims.
Texas (No. 2 women/No. 7 men) visits Virginia (No. 1 women/No. 15 men) for a weekend matchup that starts with some winner-take-all “superfinals” on Friday.
Relive the women’s 100 breast showdown between Elendt, Walsh, and Jacoby from last year’s Texas vs. UVA dual meet ahead of this year’s edition of the meet.
Virginia grad transfer Jasmine Nocentini showed out at her first official dual meet as a Hoo, breaking a minute in the 100 breast (59.81)
It was nearly unanimous among the nine writers contributing to this report that the Virginia women will again sweep the relays at the NCAA Championships.