After falling short to the Texas A&M Aggies on Friday, the SMU Mustangs rallied to a decisive victory over Houston on Saturday.
Summer Osborne, a middle-distance freestyler from New Zealand, has announced her decision to study and swim at SMU next fall.
Foster, and several other Texas stars, hit lifetime bests in some “off” events as the Longhorns largely swam altered lineups against the Mustangs.
SMU hosted Rice, Tulane, and North Texas for triple dual meet this past weekend. It was a two-day meet, wherein Rice won against all three opponents.
SMU’s Jenna Watson, Colin Feehery and Peter Smithson earned weekly honors, as did FIU’s Maha Gouda.
Olympian Michael Andrew scratched the 100 back and 200 breast to focus on the 50 free where he is ranked #2 going into the third prelims session.
19-year-old Leon Marchand became the fastest man ever in the 200 SCY IM at NCAA’s last week. He is seeded 2nd in the 400 LCM IM going into day 2’s prelims.
The University of Houston posted 1-2-3 finishes in both the 50 and 100 freestyles while sweeping SMU and Rice on senior day.
Lockyer was a three-event finalist at the Santa Clarita Futures Championships. finishing as high as 26th in the 200 IM.
The #8 Texas Longhorn women wrapped up their dual meet season by defeating the SMU Mustangs in Austin today by touching first in every event.
Jenna Watson was huge for the Mustangs, posting 2 event wins, a 2nd-place finish, and helping an SMU relay to victory.
Caroline Theil had a solid showing tonight, picking up three wins as Texas A&M hosted and defeated SMU at their one-day dual meet.
Rice senior Ellery Parish won two events as the Owls topped the SMU Mustangs 155-106 on the road.
Ioanna Sacha had one win and two runner-up finishes in Houston’s win over SMU on Friday.