The NC State men are on pace to easily reclaim their conference championships, while the UVA women are hunting for more records tonight.
Kate Douglass anchored the UVA women’s 200 medley relay that set a new NCAA, US Open, ACC, meet, and pool record with a time of 1:31.81.
Tirheimer, who is the top 50/100 freestyle swimmer for Auburn this year, is going into conference championships with 3 individual NCAA “B” cuts.
Seminole senior Max McCusker won two individual events and factored in on a record-breaking relay as FSU cruised to a sweep over Tampa.
Jenny Halden, from Norway, won the 100 butterfly in a time of 52.77 placing her 43rd in the NCAA so far this season.
Tomoe Hvas looks to have added his name to the 2021 Norwegian Olympic roster with his 1:59.44 gold-medal-winning 200 IM.
Jenny Halden of Florida State likely secured an NCAA Championship invite, making her the second woman on the team to do so this season.
This morning, the prelims of the women’s 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back will take place. UVA’s Kate Douglass leads the 100 fly.
The first potential juggernaut matchup between Virginia’s Kate Douglass (above) and NC State’s Katharine Berkoff has been avoided.
With just a few weeks of dual meets left, things should start to get clearer in some corners of the country coming up, while other corners become murkier.
FSU freshman Mason Herbet was a crucial member in the Seminoles’ win over Tampa on Wednesday, marking the program’s 4th undefeated season in history.
Izaak Bastian was one of three double winners for the Seminoles; he swept the breaststrokes, going 54.56 in the 100 and 2:00.13 in the 200 breast.
FSU junior Maddie McDonald was one of three women that won two individual events during Friday’s dual.
On the second night of finals at the 2020 UGA invite, Georgia’s Camden Murphy broke his own 100 fly school record with a 44.89.
This swim is a triumphant sign that UGA sprinting is now a force to be reckoned with after years of struggling with their sprints.