Meehan coached his swimmers to 9 medals at the 2019 FINA World Championships. That included 3 individual medals and 6 relay medals.
Luca Urlando posted the top time of the morning in the men’s 200 fly, missing the meet record by less than a second.
Caeleb Dressel is the top seed in the men’s 100 free on the final day at 2019 U.S. Open in Atlanta.
Shaine Cases (Texas A&M) and Erika Brown (Tennessee) both hold 4 national top times each after the first wave of college invites.
The final session of the Art Adamson Invite is here, and with it we should see some of the best races of the meet.
Casas has been destroying his personal bests all weekend, and tonight in yards, his time to beat will be a 1:39.84 from the 2019 SEC Championships.
A pair of big 100-meter fly swims highlighted this morning’s Art Adamson prelims: USC senior Louise Hansson went 58.14 and A&M sophomore Shaine Casas 52.34.
This morning, Shaine Casas churned out a 1:58.54 to dominate the 200 meter IM in long course, a lifetime best. He’ll be the man to beat tonight.
Texas A&M sophomore star Shaine Casas crushed a career-best 1:58.54 in the 200 long course meter IM that would have ranked 6th among American men last season.
Rematch! Erika Brown won two races against Kate Douglass in a dual meet earlier this year. They could meet up to three more times at the Tennessee Invite.
Fackenthal, a sophomore known primarily as a sprint freestyler and butterflier, ripped a lifetime best 52.83 to win the 100 back tonight against WSU.
The three-time defending NCAA champions earned a majority of the votes at 55.1% – but the rest of the field pulled solid numbers.
There’s a lot of agreement among rankers with the top four teams. After that… not so much. Stanford chases four straight NCAA titles this spring.
Gone are the days of Ledecky, Manuel, Eastin and Ruck. But Stanford still has the depth of multiple #1 recruiting classes who will need to step up in 2020.
The NCAA swim season is upon us, and it’s time for a time-honored tradition: SwimSwam’s staff predicting NCAA event champions half a year out.