More than a fifth of voters are still expecting the Florida men to finish inside the top 5 at 2019 NCAAs, while 83% predicted the team to remain inside the top 10.
The #10 Florida men will look to fill the massive void left by the departures of Caeleb Dressel and Gregg Troy.
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According to his mother, Trey Freeman will decline his spot on the Jr. Pan Pacs team because that comes after the start of his fall semester at Florida.
Olympian Simone Manuel will race on the fifth and final day of the 2018 Phillips 66 National Championships.
Michael Andrew has already qualified for Worlds in the 50 fly, but he’s loaded up his schedule tonight to try and qualify for Pan Pacs and add to his Worlds schedule.
After tying her 50 fly American Record last night, Kelsi Dahlia will take on her signature 100 fly today.
After a prelims tie, World Junior Record holder Michael Andrew and American Record holder Caeleb Dressel will battle for the Worlds spot in the 50 fly
After winning the 100 free last night, Indiana’s Blake Pieroni looks dangerous in the 200 free, but Texas’ Townley Haas is the man to beat.
LeVant will be 19 by the end of the year, meaning his stellar 1:46.39 does not count as a world junior record.
Reigning World Champs silver medalist Townley Haas is going to need a couple other swimmers in the 1:44 or 1:45 range if the USA hopes to wrest the 4×200 title from Great Britain in 2019.
James Plage, a 15 year old from Aquabears, dropped 25 seconds to win the men’s 1500.
Kate Hazlett took the women’s 100 fly in 1:02.63, beating out Nell Chidley (1:02.92) by .29 seconds.
14-year-old Meghan Lynch posted an impressive 4:51.23 to win the women’s 400 IM.
Kate Hazlett, a 17 year old from Greenwich YMCA Dolphins, was a double event winner, taking the women’s 200 back and 50 free.