We’ve some exceptional age group swimming so far at the Richmond site of the 2020 U.S. Open, and we should be in for some more this morning.
Torrie Huske and Kate Douglass both came close to clipping Regan Smith’s 100 Fly NAG as the two threw down pair of 57-mids.
The psych sheets are topped primarily by current UVA swimmers and age group stars, but there’s a couple former NCAA champions entered as well.
Three more women’s alternates have been invited to the 2020 NCAA Swimming Championships, with Harvard scratching out due to coronavirus.
The Ivy League has just announced that they will be cancelling all sporting events that are currently scheduled for the spring of 2020.
There were 3 freshmen who came up with 9 wins. Of those freshmen, 2 were Princeton swimmers who combined to win every freestyle race.
With 13 ups and 4 mids, Princeton looks poised to win its first Women’s Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships title since 2015.
Harvard blew away the field as they took down the Ivy League Meet Record in the 400 medley relay. Princeton, however, took over the team lead on day 3.
Princeton is projected to take the lead from Harvard in tonight’s final and set up a showdown for Day 4.
The Princeton women dominated the H-Y-P showdown, handing the Yale women their first Ivy loss since 2015 and their first regular season loss since 2016.
Chong went on the set an individual school record with her victory in the 100 breast. She knocked over a second off her best time, winning in 1:00.60.
Freshman Gunner Grant stood out for the Harvard Crimson as the men and women defeated Ivy League rival brown last weekend. Grant won all 3 of his events.
The USC Trojans will be trying to build momentum on their strong morning on the final night of the 2018 Texas Hall of Fame Invite.
We got to see more scorching times on the final morning of the 2018 Texas Invite, including Tate Jackson dropping the fastest 100 free of the season.
Bella Hindley won both the 50 and 100 free this weekend for Yale.