The Emory men won the 2023 NCAA title and will look to repeat next month after winning the UAA title this weekend.
Many of the top Division III teams were in action this past week, posting a number of top 25 times ahead of most mid-season invites.
This morning’s prelims session will feature heats of the 200 free relay, 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 400 medley relay, and men’s 1-meter diving.
With times fast enough to be competitive at a DI level, Richards is already projected to score at DIII NCAA Championships for the University of Chicago.
NYU’s Jessica Flynn is the first DIII swimmer to go a 53 in the women’s 100 back this season after winning the event in 53.95 last night.
UChicago defeated UIC on Friday. Both teams turned around for more meet action on Saturday, beginning to wrap up the regular season.
Diaz already holds times that are among the best in Division III, with nine months to go before she even arrives on the Chicago campus.
The University of Chicago came away with close wins on both sides as some of the best DIII teams in the country met in Chicago.
SwimAtlanta’s Gigi Johnson dropped 3 seconds from her lifetime best 200 free time to win the event after placing 2nd in the 100 breast with another best time.
McFaddin, who will attend Pitt this fall, broke 24 for the first time in the 50 free (23.31), while she dropped just over a second in the fly (54.65).
The 16-year-old took more than four seconds off his best time, moving to 10th all-time in the age group along with breaking Gunnar Bentz’s LSC record.
Karen Zhao of Athens Bulldogs Swim Club will bring NCAA-ready times with her when she begins at the University of Chicago in the fall of 2021.
Mitchell Norton clipped his best time from Winter Juniors, winning the 200 free in 1:37.71. Norton also lowered his best 100 free, winning that race in 44.84.