With a rising young core, the Tennessee women appear poised to reclaim the SEC title after winning for the first time in 2020.
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
The LSU women won their 29th-straight dual meet against in-state foes Tulane on Saturday by a margin of 203-97.
The USC Trojans continued their dominance during Day 2 Finals of the 2021 Art Adamson Invitational. The men and women won all four relays during the session.
USC is dominating the invitational overall, with Trent Pellini’s 51.63 100 breast among the school’s top swims so far.
The LSU Tigers hit the road this weekend to take on SEC foes, the Alabama Crimson Tide, in what was the first SEC action for each team this season.
It was a great early October showing for Curry, whose best is 18.97 from last year’s SEC Championships.
Curry scorched a time of 19.61 in the 50 free, which is his fastest outside of a championship or mid-season invitational meet.
Martin Espernberger, who trains at the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida, swam a new personal best in the 200 fly on Saturday near Atlanta, Georgia.
18-year-old Gretchen Walsh is now tied with fellow U.S. National Team member Kate Douglass for #7 in the world in the 100 meter fly this season.
Casas swam a lifetime best in the 100 fly with a 44.98, cracking 45 seconds for the first time in his career.
Both the Tigers men and women will take on the Aggies from inside the Rec Center Natatorium on Saturday, beginning at 11 a.m. CT.
FSU junior Maddie McDonald was one of three women that won two individual events during Friday’s dual.
The Tigers won by a score of 189-111, claiming victory in 12 of the 16 events.
The LSU women’s team will be back in the competition pool on December 14 against Tulane. The meet will begin at 11 a.m. CT from inside the LSU Natatorium.