USC’s Isabelle Odgers put up a solid swim in the women’s 200 breast, clocking a 2:12.69 to win the race by a large margin.
USC junior Kaitlyn Dobler, the defending NCAA Champion in the 100 breast, says she’ll be at USC for two more seasons after this one.
Lydia Jacoby and something of a breakout swim for Texas, hitting a 57.54 for second place and a new national age groups record.
Jacoby’s time was over a second faster than her previous best time, and beats out Kaitlyn Dobler’s 57.71 NAG time set back in 2021.
In her first full season as the team’s full-time head coach, Laurer has led the USC Trojans to an impressive first half of the 2022-23 NCAA season.
Carson Foster and the Texas men will take on Cal in a must-see showdown at the Minnesota Invite this weekend.
Highlights included two wins by Rhyan White, a third PB by Baylor Nelson, and nation-leading times from Kaitlyn Dobler and Victor Johansson.
Reigning NCAA Champ Kaitlyn Dobler (above) clocked a nation-leading time of 56.94 in the 100 breast, only 0.01 off her personal best from March.
Texas A&M junior Chloe Stepanek logged a time of 1:44.41 in the women’s 200 free to overtake Texas’ Kelly Pash (1:44.78) for the top time in the NCAA.
Maggie MacNeil capped off her impressive triple by splitting a 49.10 100 fly on the 400 medley relay, marking the fastest split in history.
Kahler kicked things off with a dominant win in the 1000 free, swimming a 10:02.03.
ASU sophomore Leon Marchand goes 10-for-10 in individual event wins this season. USC women defeat ASU with three multi-event winners.
Welcome to The Week That Was In College Swimming, where every week we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from around the NCAA.
Nocentini, the Northwestern record holder in the 50 free, experimented with breaststroke events in her team’s season opener and had some formidable results.
Torri Huske and the Stanford women have looked strong this season, bumping up them to the #2 slot in the second edition of our NCAA power rankings.