LSU held an intrasquad in place of their canceled dual meet. Brooks Curry swam the 50 freestyle, winning all three rounds of the event swum ISL knockout style
USC sophomore Kaitlyn Dobler swept the breaststroke races at this weekend’s Art Adamson Invite, including an Automatic Qualifying Time for the NCAA Championships in the 200 breast on Friday.
The USC graduate transfer was a lifetime best 51.63 in prelims on Thursday, but he didn’t stop there.
USC is dominating the invitational overall, with Trent Pellini’s 51.63 100 breast among the school’s top swims so far.
Rylee Moore, Jacques Rathle, Eric Ring, and Marie Landreneau all set Louisiana LSC records this weekend at the short course state meet.
Helen Grossman also swept the fly events, clocking a 54.23 in the 100 to touch the wall first by exactly a second.
Five different Lady Tigers brought home victories on Saturday at the LSU Natatorium as the LSU women defeated Tulane 192-105.
The LSU Swimming and Diving team will welcome Tulane to the LSU Natatorium on Saturday, September 28 and will begin at 11:00 a.m. CT.
The Purple Team topped the Gold Team 48-40 in the annual Purple vs. Gold Intrasquad Saturday at the LSU Natatorium on Saturday.
Pryne’s best time in the 400 yard IM of 4:16 is faster than any LSU Tiger female went in the 2018-2019 collegiate season.
English breaststroker Niamh Robinson has committed to LSU for the fall of 2019.
LSU commit Jolee Liles was named the Swimmer of the Meet at the Baton Rouge City Championship.
Emily Pye from Maryville Christian School and Tennessee Aquatics has verbally committed to LSU’s class of 2023.
Summer Stanfield of Storm Swim Club and Bartram Trail High School has verbally committed to swim for LSU in 2019-20.
The Cardinal’s last state sweep was in 2015.