The Tennessee men and women each picked up a dual meet victory against South Carolina today, with the women’s meet coming down to the wire.
Tennessee All-American Sam McHugh kicked off day 2 of the 2016 NC State GAC Invitational with a dominant swim in the men’s 400 IM prelims.
On the women’s side, one of the big matchups will be between All-American backstrokers Kira Toussaint (Tennessee) and Alexia Zevnik (NC State).
Auburn’s SEC Champions Joe Patching and Michael Duderstadt swept their stroke specialties to help the Tigers to a win.
The Indiana Hoosiers continue to look sharp, this time knocking off SEC teams Kentucky and Tennessee. Kentucky and Tennessee split.
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford has been having a stellar start to the season, and today’s dual meet was no exception.
Toussaint took advantage of a new program by the Dutch Federation that allows US-based swimmers to qualify in a 25 yard pool rather than the traditional 25 meter course.
Tennessee’s Maddy Tegner picked up her 3rd win of the weekend, sealing her sweep of the distance freestyles with a 10:08.00 in today’s 1000 free.
Among the notable swimmers affected by this are Tennessee’s Kira Toussaint, Alabama’s Laurent Bams, and Queens University’s Dion Dreesens, who will all be competing in yards ahead of the World Championships as a part of their respective NCAA teams.
The University of Tennessee has announced its swimming & diving schedule, a slugger’s row of top SEC talent culminating in a home SEC Championship meet.
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Defending double Olympic sprint champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo leads 21 Dutch swimmers to the 2016 European Championships.
Watch here for a recap of tonight’s action at Dutch Olympic Trials.
Sebas van Lith and Maaike de Ward set a championship record apiece at this morning’s Eindhoven Swim Cup prelims.