IU is rising, Florida is falling. Who else is on the move in our latest edition of NCAA Power Rankings heading into Conference Championship season?
The Tennessee men and women swept Florida for the first time ever. Amanda Nunan set a new school record for the Volunteers.
The Gators will compete with the Volunteers in their last dual before the 2020 SEC Championships next month.
Swimulator projections have Texas A&M winning the men’s SEC title with a 230-point margin over Florida, but voters strongly favored the Gators in our poll.
Gators’ Smith and Dressel were named SEC Swimmers of the Week, while Ian Grum, Danny Zhang, Brooke Madden and Caitlin Brooks also earned honors.
The Gator men were dominant against SEC rival Auburn in their dual meet on Saturday. The women’s meet was a much closer contest, but the Gators won handily.
The Knoxville Pro Swim Series featured the top seven swims of the series so far, with Regan Smith and Will Licon claiming series leads.
Kieran Smith, who won the 400 IM, scratched as the #7 in the 100 free. Jack Conger, who took 13th in prelims, also scratched out.
World Record holder Regan Smith will take on the 200 back today, putting the PSS Record on watch. Smith took down the 100 back PSS Record last night.
Watch epic races from Day 3 of the PSS Knoxville such as Flickinger V. Smith (200 fly), Brown V. Manuel (50 free), and Smith V. Grothe (400 free).
Catch teen stars Regan Smith and Carson Foster and World teamers Hali Flickinger and Zane Grothe during the day 3 finals session of PSS-Knoxville.
Andrew Seliskar is slated to swim the 200 fly. Last night, Seliskar had the fastest swim of anyone in the 100 fly, but he put up that time in the B final.
Regan Smith is set to swim a double: the 200 free and 100 fly. The 200 free field includes Olympic champions Manuel, Oleksiak, and Schmitt.
This morning, the 200 free, 100 breast, 100 fly, and 400 IM will be contested at the first prelims session of the 2020 Pro Swim Series- Knoxville.
Ryan Held is the top seed in the 100 free this weekend. After a couple of underwhelming seasons, Held has taken back control of his swimming.