Other notable swims included a Team China podium sweep in the women’s 400 free, and another triple-event session for Katinka Hosszu.
20-year-old Yufei Zhang edged out Katinka Hosszu, who swam the 200 back and 400 IM in addition to the 200 fly Friday night.
USC All-American Evan Swenson is missing from the swimming roster, but you can still catch her competing in the pool for the Trojans this NCAA season.
23 American swimmers aged 17 and under, including Claire Adams (pictured above) would have scored points in the ‘A’ or ‘B’ finals at this weekend’s 2016 Women’s NCAA Division I Championships.
The Tennessee women enter the A-Final as the top seed in the 200 free relay.
Watch the USC women’s team pay tribute to their seniors in this video.
“USC felt right from the beginning, they are a great school both in the pool and academically. I love the coaches, the team, and the weather.”
After a strong sophomore season, Chelsea Chenault (in pool) will lead USC into what is expected to be a much improved team in 2015-2016
In the first event of the evening, Aliaksandra Herasimenia continued to impress in the sprint events. Her winning time of 54.50 blew away the field. That was her 2nd win of the meet after posting a 24.98 to lead the 50 yesterday.
The 30th International Golden Bear meet started today in Zagreb, Croatia. This is the 2nd of 2 meets to qualify for Croatia’s World Championships team.
Konrad Czerniak (above) is among the big names set to lead the Polish National team to the 2015 World Championships in August.
Apostalon’s best times are currently 21.76 in the 50 freestyle, 47.73 in the 100 freestyle, and 51.92 in the 100 backstroke.
Pawel Korzeniowski, above, doubled up with Polish titles in the 100 free as well as the 50 fly.
Elizabeth Pelton is one of 4 Cal Bears in the 200 IM A final and one of 9 Golden Bear championship finalists heading into day 2 finals.
The women of USC and UCLA showed up to swim at the final dual meet of the season for each Pac-12 squad. Among numerous season and lifetime-bests was a nation-leading 9:33 in the 1000 free from sophomore Chelsea Chenault.