The Pac-12 has announced Arizona sophomore Katrina Konopka as the recipient of its Pac-12 Swimmer of the Month award.
The Wildcats had the only multiple individual event winner of the meet in sophomore Sarah Shimomura.
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Lilly King took the American record in the 50 breast for the second time in two days with 28.92 tonight with the seventh-fastest swim in history.
Ali DeLoof led off the world record American 200 medley relay team with an American record 26.12 50 back to take down Olivia Smoliga’s previous mark of 26.13.
Lilly King joined Ali DeLoof, Kelsi Worrell, and Katrina Konopka to take the world record in the 200 SCM medley relay.
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It was all outside smoke in the men’s 200 free final. Texas’ Townley Haas, who squeaked into the top 8 this morning, and Stanford’s Grant Shoults, who got scratched in after taking 9th in prelims, were the fastest 2 swimmers tonight.
Texas standout Madisyn Cox was on fire tonight, breaking Kathleen Hersey’s former school record in the 200 IM with a 1:52.83. That also makes her the 10th fastest performer of all time.
The Stanford men were on a roll this morning, putting 4 swimmers into the final of the 500 free and 5 swimmers into the final of the 200 IM.
The Arizona women posted a lightning fast 1:34.63 for a new school record and NCAA ‘A’ cut time in the 200 medley relay courtesy of Taylor Garcia, Kennedy Lohman, Annie Ochitwa, and Katrina Konopka.
All-Americans Dylan Carter and Patrick Mulcare were among the top performers for the Trojans on the men’s side, picking up 2 individual event wins.
Freshman Kenisha Liu came up big for the Bruins, winning multiple individual events to help the team to victory.
The Arizona men and women were on the road again this weekend, taking their 2nd-straight away meet victory against Utah in Salt Lake City.
The Arizona Wildcats have picked up another verbal commitment, this time on the women’s side from Oregon-based sprinter Jamie Stone.