Alex Walsh and Gretchen Walsh are set for a women’s 200-yard freestyle showdown against University of Virginia teammate Aimee Canny on Thursday night.
Texas and Virginia return to action this morning in Charlottesville in a shorter format with no “super finals,” but still plenty of chances for fast swims.
Texas (No. 2 women/No. 7 men) visits Virginia (No. 1 women/No. 15 men) for a weekend matchup that starts with some winner-take-all “superfinals” on Friday.
Once again, Gretchen Walsh, Claire Curzan, and the other UVA women are showing ridiculous early-season speed at the UVA intrasquad.
The 2022 Tennessee Invite is underway this morning at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville.
Follow along here at SwimSwam for a live recap of the second day of competition at the Texas-Virginia dual meet, which includes more longer-distance events.
Follow along as SwimSwam live recaps Saturday’s dual meet matchup between the #1/9-ranked Virginia and the #11/3-ranked Florida teams.
Gridley’s 50 breast was faster than Duke’s breast split at 2022 ACCs, and her 150 breast time was faster than what Alex Walsh went at the UVA intrasquad.
Virginia opened their season with a blue vs. orange intrasquad, and their swimmers are already putting up times that would have been competitive at NCAAs.
Hungarian Olympian Hubert Kos is among the best swimmers in this entire recruiting class, and he heads a strong Arizona State Sun Devils class.
The Cavaliers’ sprint corps arrived last year with an American Record 200 free relay, and that group was the key to UVA’s 3rd-straight top ten NCAA finish.
PIAA 3A state champion Patrick Gilhool has switched his commitment to UVA from BU and will join the Cavaliers’ class of 2026 in the fall.
This morning’s prelims session will feature the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
A pair of highly-rated recruits swam personal bests in their first sanctioned short course meets of the 2021-2022 club season.
Spartans Aquatic Club’s relay of Peter Sacca, Nathaniel Stoffle (above), Colton Mcgrady, and John Beamon broke the 200 free relay NAG record by .81.